Jake Peavy Attempts To Throw Out Adam Dunn Twice While He’s On First Base

Jake Peavy apparently didn’t get the memo that Adam Dunn has three stolen bases in the last three years. [@MLB] The post Jake Peavy Attempts To Throw Out Adam Dunn Twice While He’s On First Base appeared first on Diehardsport.
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WATCH: Peavy makes funny pickoff attempts on Adam Dunn

Adam Dunn has just three stolen bases in the last three seasons for the Chicago White Sox. That didn’t seem to register with the Red Sox’s Jake Peavy during the 4th inning of Tuesday’s Red Sox-White Sox game as he twice tried to pick off Dunn while he was standing on the bag. [MLB] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Top Fantasy Waiver Wire Adds for Week 3

Grumpy Adam Dunn wishes you’d add him and his 35+ HR (Photo: It’s Week 3 and capable waiver wire players are coming out of the woodwork. Some are guys who were previously studs that are useful again. Others are unheralded players making an impact. I like to keep up with the lesser-known players making an impact because those are the guys who can put...
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Adam Dunn Moving To The Outfield?

Chicago White Sox Baseball — The Chicago White Sox have to fill the void created from Avisail Garcia’s season ending surgery. Jordan Danks was recalled, and sure there is Alejandro De Aza and Dayan Viciedo, but maybe it’s time to think outside the box. Adam Dunn moving to the outfield could be the answer to help keep the White Sox on track. Granted Dunn has not played outfield...
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Creeper of the Week: Homer and Dunn-ie

When Grey asked me if I wanted to be the creeper of the week, I thought I was being scolded for inappropriate behavior in the comments section. What a relief it was when I found out I would get to write for the readers on a weekly basis talking about Creepers. After doing some research, I've found out that to be a good creeper you need a good pair of binoculars, a really nice...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Adam Dunn hopes to prove that he is not done

At the time that the Chicago White Sox signed Adam Dunn to his four year, $56 Million contract, it seemed to be a bit of an overpayment. Dunn, in his ten year career through that point, had hit 354 home runs, but had only produced a .250/.381/.521 batting line. He was essentially the epitome of the ‘three true outcomes,’ either hitting a home run, drawing a walk or striking out...
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March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Adam Dunn ribbed by Chicago White Sox teammates for attending the Oscars (photo)

Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn may be best known for his slugging prowess (or alternatively, the frequency at which he strikes out when he’s not demonstrating his slugging prowess) in the big leagues, but he has also dabbled a bit in acting. Dunn had a very minor, uncredited role as bartender Neddie Jay […]The post Adam Dunn ribbed by Chicago White Sox teammates...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Adam Dunn receives red carpet treatment upon return from Oscars

via Donnie Veal on twitter Adam Dunn went to the Oscars and when he came back to spring training, the red carpet was waiting for him. Oscar cut-outs and velvet ropes were there too as Dunn made his way to his locker. Dunn went to the Oscars to see how “Dallas Buyers Club” performed. Dunn had a small role in the movie which ended ip winning three Academy Awards. So was Dunn in...
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Adam Dunn's 400th Home Run Sends Fan Plunging Into Kauffman Stadium Fountain (Video)

People tend to make a bigger deal out of home run balls than they really should. With that in mind, it would be cool to catch a milestone, such as Adam Dunn's 400th career home run, which he hit in Kansas City on Saturday. But would that souvenir be worth a potential night in the slammer? One White Sox fan obviously thought so, as he went tumbling into the Kauffman Stadium fountains...
August 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Fan arrested for diving after Adam Dunn's 400th homer

Your browser does not support iframes. Adam Dunn belted the 400th home run of his career on Saturday night, which is a massive feat for any slugger to accomplish. Unfortunately, not all White Sox fans were able to enjoy it. Dunn’s homer came at Kauffmann Stadium in Kansas City and fittingly landed in the fountains beyond the outfield bleachers. When the ball came down, a Chicago...
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August 19, 2012  |  10 Comments

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