You don't often hear stories of a guy walking away from $15 million, but in the case of Adam Dunn...you just might. According to reports, the Chicago White Sox slugger is actually considering retirement. “If I’m not having fun, I can’t do it. I won’t do it. I can’t. I’ll be a miserable person. I don’t want to be like that. I want to be like I am a lot. Happy," Dunn, who turns 34 in November, said on Tuesday. "It should be fun. This is a fun game.” Dunn is in the midst of what appears to be a neverending slump. After two satisfying years in Washington, he inked a huge deal with Chicago. Unfortunately, his numbers on the Southside haven't warranted the big contract. “I’m not coming back just to come back for money or because I have one year left (on his contract),” Dunn, who turns 34 in November, said on Tuesday. “I’m not coming back to chase home-run numbers or whatever. If I end up with 499 and I’m not having fun, see ya — 499 it is.” Currently, Dunn has 436 home runs...good for fourth among active players.