What is Joe Maddon's status after another Cubs fail? 'ChangeUp' hosts weigh in

null null null Baseball The first seven days of the Cubs' season were bad. Lousy pitching was the primary reason. Chicago allowed 37 runs in the five games (7.4 per game), and the bullpen was charged with 18 of them. The relief crew turned a two-run lead into a two-run deficit in the eighth inning Wednesday in Atlanta, leading to a 6-4 loss that dropped the Cubs' record to 1-4.The 'pen, which is minus injured closer Brandon Morrow, has squandered late-inning leads in three of the four losses. "The games that we’ve lost, we’ve had one bad moment out of the bullpen," manager Joe Maddon told reporters, per .com. "It's a game we should have won, and I’ve said that way too many times."MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN  The prospect of a bumpy April has turned up the volume on the "Joe must go" chatter. With Maddon in the final year of his contract, Cubs management won't need much of an excuse to make an early-season change.The late-night hosts of DAZN's "ChangeUp," Lauren Gardner and Tony Luftman, had a few thoughts on Maddon's job security, or lack thereof:Is Joe Maddon on the hot seat? @LGRed and @TonyLuftman discuss. 😤#C[......]