Originally Posted by pahster
Assuming you mean overall, it wouldn't be much of a debate. Ortiz has been a beast since he got to Boston. Dunn is very good, but Ortiz is even better. The latter has higher career OBP, SLG, OPS+, AVG, RC/27, etc. Of course, Ortiz's most productive years have been during his prime (which should be no surprise). Dunn is just now beginning his prime years, so there's a possibility that he outperforms Ortiz in the near future.
I don't know...the latest stat du jour that has been thrown at me is OPS+, which shows that there isn't a huge gap between the two over their careers.