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Postby Melo255 » Tue Mar 29, 2005 5:28 pm

Dunn is 6'6 275lb and growing and he is as powerful as a Mac truck. He is only 24. He is actually pretty fast as well and I don't think 15 steals is out of the question this year. I agree his average will be between .260 and .275. Dunn K's a lot but he also BB's a ton. Dunn is full of value in a regular 5x5 and is gold in leagues that count OBP or OPS. Realistically there are only 2 players in baseball that we can expect to challenge for 50 home runs with Bonds injured and a lot of other power hitters moving to pitchers parks, Dunn and Thome. I think Funkadelic's stat line is a bit optimistic but I believe you can give Dunn a very attainable .270 110 45 115 12 line and I'm drooling considering his draft position. Maybe he doesn't reach those stats this year but again he is only 24 and the sky is the limit for this kid.
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