Did we know Adam pitched? Heck , he could be our #1.
Reds star Adam Dunn is displeased and sort of pleased, not happy to see Sean Casey go and unsure about a move to first base. "This is one of those things you hate to see," said Dunn, en route Wednesday to a deer hunting excursion. "Casey has been as big a part of the Reds as anybody over the past 10 years. It will be tough not to see him on a daily basis." Dunn didn't want to talk about setting roots at first base until he talked to manager Jerry Narron, but said, "I played there a little in high school, but mostly pitched twice a week. It is good that the manager believes I can play there after I worked so hard not to make a spectacle of myself in left field. I'm really not that comfortable at first because I feel more like a designated hitter. I like to move around more, do some running to keep my legs loose, and you do more of it in the outfield."