No, not in and of itself. If the Reds had the budget I'd be in favor of keeping Dunn.
Even with his problems, Dunn could work for a team when batting 6th or 7th (occasionally 5th). And worst case, he'd be a threat off the bench who could play some LF and 1B.
Problem is that with the Reds budget (and what he likely stands to make) they can't afford the luxury of carrying a player of his type.
Originally Posted by wheels
And getting rid of Adam Dunn will get the Reds into a pennant race more quickly....How?