Liberty30 wrote:His RBI and power numbers still make him an outstanding fantasy option, regardless of his BA.
If you have a team that hit's .290 and change out one of the hitters for Dunn's .260, then it drops your entire team's batting average by around 3-4 points. That can, and will cost you in a roto league.
Dunn is like Glaus has always been, lots of pop, but an absolute average killer. Difference is when Glaus did it, 3B was shallow so he did have some value. If Dunn hits .260, his value is very minimal even with 40 homers and 100 rbi. Not waiver wire material, but not a hot commodity either.
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