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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2003 3:24 am
by Quaker
LOL....but I agree with the hog...sell while you can


I disagree. I might even suggest you try to get him while his value is still low. As I said before, he's too talented to be batting .200, and he's now the best offensive player on the Reds, and I think he's capable of upping his game. Before he kind of had the luxury of hitting .200 because there were 4 other dangerous hitters in the lineup. Now they're gone, and Dunn will have to step up. He's also batting cleanup, so he'll get more RBIs.

Another thing to point out: he almost has as many doubles since the break (5) as he did before the break (6). What does this tell me? He's actually trying to hit, rather than just hit homeruns.