Originally Posted by westofyou
It's to bad that he left, it's too bad that he still gets crap for his game from guys (who think they represent the Reds more than the all time Reds leader in games played in LF and that I wish would leave (like Brantley))
In fact there's a ton of too bads in this equation, as it's too bad that they haven't replaced his bat, that it's too bad that the team still sucks without his K's and awesome power and that most of all this team is too bad without him as they were with him.
For a long time, I was of the opinion that the Reds should part ways with Dunn. That it would be hard to replace his production, but not impossible.
But as I have watched the offense go from merely bad to horribly unbelievably historically horrific, I realize how horribly wrong I was. This team wasn't going to win with Dunn on this team or not this year. But it would have come a hell of a lot closer.