Re: Get rid of Adam Dunn while is value is high
Guys, im not saying he isn't good. Ive said that in about all of my posts that he is good. The point you all are missing, is that he is NOT going to get much better, and while his value is real high, i say that we trade him for some QUALITY pitching, then plug WMP into his spot, and you don't have much of a dropoff at the plate, the ony difference is, that i see WMP developing much more than Adam Dunn will over the next few years. He has made more adjustments and strides in 1 year, than Adam Dunn has in 4. We add quality pitching, and basically have a wash in offensive stats. Im am not intentionally bashing Dunn, i like him. I just think that it would be better served to trade him for some good pitching while his Value is high. Thats the problem with many reds fans today, they want pitching, and know that we need pitching, but they don't want to give anything for it.