Originally Posted by AtomicDumpling
Well it looks like Adam Dunn could move into 3rd place in Reds history this season by passing Ted Kluszewski and Tony Perez. That is pretty impressive at the age of only 28.
Dunn would have to hit 50 homeruns this season to move into third place, and with the slow start he's off to, I don't see him hitting that many. He'll probably hit 40-42 this season and finish with around 280 career homeruns. If he's signed to a LTC then he should move into third place and maybe even second place next season and then maybe become the greatest homerun hitter in Reds history sometime in 2011.