Adam Dunn was hitting .098 in 61 at bats for the Chicago White Sox this season. Then he went 1-4 with you guessed it a homer and three strikeouts in a 5-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins. So going 1-4 “raised” his batting average to .108. This is what $15,000,000 a season gets you. This is what Adam Dunn is, White Sox people.
Move over Jaime Navarro, I think we have a worst all time signing in Sox history. Good job Kenny Williams on locking up Adam Dunn. If this season continues in the manner in which it started, move over Alfonso Soriano and the Cubs, because you now have an all-time worst signing in Chicago baseball history.
Congrats Adam Dunn.
More numbers of note, Adam Dunn has an OBP of .158, SLG of .213 and OPS of .367.
Uhm, yeah. So there’s that. Since Adam Dunn arrived in the Major Leagues he has led MLB in both walks (1,172) and strikeouts (2,046) and is third in home runs (409). During his “good” year in a Chicago White Sox uniform, Adam Dunn hit .204. He did hit 41 homers an...