BronsonPinchot wrote:What kind of question is this? If you want less strikeouts, play players that don't strikeout. What else are you looking for?
What kind of answer is this? :-7 He's looking for advice concerning Green vs. Dunn.
That said, Dunn is horrible for leagues that count strikeouts. If the same league counts OBP that may balance things out a bit, but with Dunn you've got to be wary. Those Ks aren't going anywhere fast. Last year he killed people's BA, hopefully this year he can keep it up around .270-.280. Still, it's hard to answer the question without knowing your league parameters.
More specific to your question:
Green had 112 Ks in both 2002 and 2003 (in 158 and 160 games, respectively). At 31 years old, he's probably not going to reinvent himself, so look for something similar this year.
Dunn had 170 Ks in 2002 (158 games) and 126 Ks in 2003 (116 games). Not good news, but this year he's got a new hitting coach who, rumor has it, isn't encouraging him to chase so many pitches (last year, his coaches were doing the opposite). A good sign is that thus far this year his K/BB ratio is down to about 1.0 (as opposed to 1.3 and 1.7 in the two previous years). Dunn is still young (24), and has a great eye. If his coaches have the patience to let him take a walk, and he can keep his K/BB ratio down around 1.0, well, he'll still end up with 150 Ks - but his batting average will at least stick around .260-.270 and he'll hit a ton of HRs. It's up to you whether this is more valuable than Green.
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