Dunn is also due roughly $5M for this season and $15M for 2014. And again, he can't play the field and really hasn't hit lefties well for three years.
Obviously the White Sox would have to eat some money, but they are going to be paying him anyway. If they can deal him and a bunch of cash to move the rebuild forward, they probably would. They wouldn't be asking for a future star, but a guy who could fill a role on the cheap for a few years while opening the 1B/DH spot for Viciedo makes a lot of sense from their perspective. A team without the burden of the big bucks or the need to play Dunn in the field could make good use of him IMO.
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