Re: Reasons for Adam Dunn to hit 2nd
Originally Posted by Stewie
But if he changes his swing and starts trying ot be a contact hitter, then he won't be as good. He's a power hitter, not a contact guy. A lot of his success comes from swinging hard and driving the ball. He is the Reds' best hitter, it doesn't make sense to move him down in the order and limit the number of at bats (as WOY said earlier).
Give the most PA to the most productive players and your offense does well because you have the most productive players producing more often.
Stewie, you're a credit to your team's fan base.
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