And reason I say that is the Twins are looking for a big bat to be their DH and have an opening in LF. Besides that, they are looking for another veteran starter but might be able to get that in free agency.
So back to that Krivsky and Twins connection. The Twins have a young outfielder in Jason Kubel who rebounded last season from a serious knee injury. They also have a setup man in RHP Jesse Crain who they think can eventually be a closer for some team. They have several young arms like Scott Baker, Boof Bonser and Matt Garza for the starting rotation.
So would a package of Dunn and Harris to the Twins for Kubel, Crain and either Baker, Bonser or Garza work out for both sides?
Harris gives them a third baseman where they have a serious vacancy while Dunn is that big bat to be their DH. Kubel replaces Dunn in LF and has power to drive the ball to all fields and is relatively young at 24 years old. Crain gives the Reds a possible closer and the Reds would get a young starter for the rotation.