Originally Posted by boognish
That is correct, AR, but I would have to believe there is at least a good possibility Dunn would accept. A matter of opinion, I suppose.
You could be right. Arbitration is always a risky process. I remember reading that the Reds offered several players arbitation last year, even though the Reds were hoping they would turn it down, and sign with other teams. It all depends on Adam Dunn. If he wants to stay in Cincinnati, he will accept arbitration. On the other hand, if he wants to play somewhere else, he would decline arbitration like Aurilia did