Re: I hate to say it, but it's time for Dunn to go.
I think all of you are full of hot air...trading Dunn is not as bad as trading Frank Robinson or letting Joe Morgan go or Tony Perez.
If the Reds trade him away I will be disapointed but saying you're "DUNN" being a Reds fan? is a bit much.
We need a FO to drag it's head out of it's hind area, true. But lets face it...in the modern economy of baseball there are three class of team in MLB.
1) PRIME TIME ( NY, LA, ATL, STL, CHICAGO)
2) HUSTLERS (HOU, SEA, PHI, FL, AZ, SF)
3) EVERYBODY ELSE
and we are everybody else...there will be a few teams from this category that make a splash every once in a while and it will require a veery savy GM to stay ahead of the curve and one who knows how to draft...by all evidence if this is the future of MLB...WALK NOW...IT WILL NOT BE ANY BETTER WITH OR WITHOUT DUNN.
"Sometimes, it's not the sexiest moves that put you over the top," Krivsky said. "It's a series of transactions that help you get there."