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    Tracking Adam Dunn on the All-Time Career Home Run List

    Adam Dunn hit his 7th homer of the season and 245th of his career today. That moves him into a tie for 194th place on the all-time list with Deron Johnson and Mickey Tettleton.

    If you are wondering "Who the heck is Deron Johnson" you are not alone.

    Next up on the list at #193 is Ken Singleton, who retired with 246 career home runs.

    Deron Johnson - Played Until Age: 37 Career HR: 245 Career AB: 5941 AB/HR: 24.2
    Johnson was actually a former Cincinnati Red who played 16 years in the majors with 8 different teams: Yankees, Athletics, Reds, Braves, Phillies, Brewers, Red Sox and White Sox. Even though he played until 1976 I still don't remember him at all. He played for the Reds for 4 years in the 1960's including the year he led the NL in RBIs in 1965.

    Mickey Tettleton - Played Until Age: 37 Career HR: 245 Career AB: 4698 AB/HR: 19.2
    Tettleton played 14 seasons for the Athletics, Orioles, Tigers and Rangers. He was known as one of the best hitting catchers of his era. He made the All-Star team twice. He was similar to Dunn in batting style because he had a low batting average, struck out a lot, walked a lot and hit a lot of home runs. Tettleton was recognized by his unusual batting stance: he stood almost straight up at the plate, bending only when the pitcher began his delivery. He was also distinguished by the huge wad of chewing tobacco he kept in his cheek during games, as well as his claim that Froot Loops were the source of his hitting power and kept monkey balls in his back pocket for good luck.

    Adam Dunn - Current Age: 28 Career HR: 245 Career AB: 3475 AB/HR: 14.2


    Players that Adam Dunn has passed on the career home run list this season:
    244 Hack Wilson, Lou Whitaker, Tony Clark
    242 Dusty Baker, Roy Campanella, Wally Berger, Sal Bando
    241 Jesse Barfield, Cecil Cooper, Rick Monday
    240 Roberto Clemente, Jeff Burroughs
    239 Ken Caminiti, Dolph Camilli
    238 Ray Lankford, Earl Averill

    I will leave it up to Big Klu to post Dunn's ranks among the Reds' all-time team leaders because Dunn's homer today was a big milestone.

    Here is a photo of today's home run #245 of Adam Dunn's career:

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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 194th on career Home Run list with 245 homers.

    Bill DeWitt thought Frank Robinson was "an old 30" and that Deron Johnson could pick up the slack if he traded Robinson to Baltimore for Milt Pappas.


    It was a bad move.


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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 194th on career Home Run list with 245 homers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Madden View Post
    Bill DeWitt thought Frank Robinson was "an old 30" and that Deron Johnson could pick up the slack if he traded Robinson to Baltimore for Milt Pappas.


    It was a bad move.

    Exactly. Johnson had a terrific season in 1965, hitting .287 with 32 HRs and a major league leading 130 RBI. He finished 4th in the NL MVP voting that year, when he was only 26 years old. He slumped in 1966. In 1967 the Reds tried moving him from third base to the outfield, without success, and he was traded after the 1967 season. Johnson died in 1992, only age 53.
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 194th on career Home Run list with 245 homers.

    Dunn is also now in sole possession of fifth place on the Reds home run list, passing George Foster.


    Updated Reds HR list (players in italics are active):

    Reds All-Time Home Run Leaders
    1. Johnny Bench - 389
    2. Frank Robinson - 324
    3. Tony Perez - 287
    4. Ted Kluszewski - 251
    5. Adam Dunn - 245
    6. George Foster - 244
    7. Eric Davis - 203
    8. Ken Griffey, Jr. - 199
    9. Barry Larkin - 198
    10. Vada Pinson - 186
    11. Wally Post - 172
    12. Gus Bell - 160
    13. Joe Morgan - 152
    13. Pete Rose - 152
    15. Lee May - 147
    16. Dan Driessen - 133
    17. Reggie Sanders - 125
    18. Ernie Lombardi - 120
    19. Sean Casey - 118
    20. Frank McCormick - 110
    21. Dave Parker - 107
    22. Chris Sabo - 104
    23. Dave Concepcion - 101
    24. Gordy Coleman - 98
    25. Paul O'Neill - 96
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 194th on career Home Run list with 245 homers.

    Thanks for the updates on Deron Johnson guys. He seems like a guy I should be familiar with, but for whatever reason I hadn't heard of him before. I didn't become a Reds fan until 1981 when I was 12, but I familiar with Reds history back to 1970 or so.

    Well it looks like Adam Dunn could move into 3rd place in Reds history this season by passing Ted Kluszewski and Tony Perez. That is pretty impressive at the age of only 28.

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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 194th on career Home Run list with 245 homers.

    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicDumpling View Post
    Well it looks like Adam Dunn could move into 3rd place in Reds history this season by passing Ted Kluszewski and Tony Perez. That is pretty impressive at the age of only 28.
    Dunn would have to hit 50 homeruns this season to move into third place, and with the slow start he's off to, I don't see him hitting that many. He'll probably hit 40-42 this season and finish with around 280 career homeruns. If he's signed to a LTC then he should move into third place and maybe even second place next season and then maybe become the greatest homerun hitter in Reds history sometime in 2011.

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    Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Adam Dunn hit his 8th homer of the season and #246 of his career on Friday.

    That moves him into a tie for 193rd place on the all-time list with Ken Singleton.

    Dunn's big blast traveled down the right field line and hit at the very back of the visitor's bullpen, almost going completely out of the stadium.

    Here is a photo of Dunn's homer #246:


    Next up on the list at #191 are Matt Stairs and Vern Stephens, who both have 247 career home runs. I have never heard of Vern Stephens, so I will look him up and post his bio when Dunn catches him. Stairs is an active player with the Blue Jays.

    Ken Singleton - Played Until Age: 38 Career HR: 246 Career AB: 7189 AB/HR: 29.2
    Singleton played 15 seasons with the Mets, Expos and Orioles in the 70's and 80's. He was an outfielder/DH and made the All Star team three times. His highest finish in MVP balloting was in 1979, when he finished 2nd to Don Baylor. He was third in 1977, behind Al Cowens and the winner Rod Carew. Singleton was the 3rd overall pick of the draft in 1967. He is currently a broadcaster for the Yankees.

    Adam Dunn - Current Age: 28 Career HR: 246 Career AB: 3475 AB/HR: 14.1
    Dunn is #37 amongst active players in career homers. The only one ahead of him that is younger is Albert Pujols (2 months younger) with 290 dingers. Of the 36 active players ahead of Adam Dunn on the list only 4 have hit more homers than Dunn so far this season:
    Lance Berkman (age 32) 15 homers this season, 274 career
    Chipper Jones (age 36) 11 homers this season, 397 career
    Derrek Lee (age 32) 10 homers this season, 248 career
    Carlos Lee (age 31) 9 homers this season, 262 career
    Adam Dunn (age 28) 8 homers this season, 246 career

    Here are Dunn's all-time ranks in other stats:

    #6 in AB/HR with 14.14
    #64 in OPS with .896
    #163 in Ks with 1126
    #193 in HRs with 246
    #320 in BBs with 705
    #728 in RBIs with 594
    #827 in Runs with 639
    #838 in Total Bases with 1795
    #1041 in 2B with 182
    #1196 in SB with 58
    #1381 in Hits with 859
    #3156 in 3B with 8

    With a couple more quick homers Dunn could pass Ralph Kiner and move into 5th place in career AB/HR ratio. Kiner finished at 14.11 in his career. Only McGwire, Ruth, Bonds and Thome are better.

    I won't be able to easily get his ranks in OBP and AVG until he gets 5000 ABs. I was only able to get OPS because he is in the top 100. Maybe there is a better site to find that information than mlb.com -- anybody have a good source for such data?


    Players that Adam Dunn has passed on the career home run list this season:
    245 Mickey Tettleton, Deron Johnson
    244 Hack Wilson, Lou Whitaker, Tony Clark
    242 Dusty Baker, Roy Campanella, Wally Berger, Sal Bando
    241 Jesse Barfield, Cecil Cooper, Rick Monday
    240 Roberto Clemente, Jeff Burroughs
    239 Ken Caminiti, Dolph Camilli
    238 Ray Lankford, Earl Averill
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Updated Reds HR list (players in italics are active):

    Reds All-Time Home Run Leaders
    1. Johnny Bench - 389
    2. Frank Robinson - 324
    3. Tony Perez - 287
    4. Ted Kluszewski - 251
    5. Adam Dunn - 246
    6. George Foster - 244
    7. Eric Davis - 203
    8. Ken Griffey, Jr. - 199
    9. Barry Larkin - 198
    10. Vada Pinson - 186
    11. Wally Post - 172
    12. Gus Bell - 160
    13. Joe Morgan - 152
    13. Pete Rose - 152
    15. Lee May - 147
    16. Dan Driessen - 133
    17. Reggie Sanders - 125
    18. Ernie Lombardi - 120
    19. Sean Casey - 118
    20. Frank McCormick - 110
    21. Dave Parker - 107
    22. Chris Sabo - 104
    23. Dave Concepcion - 101
    24. Gordy Coleman - 98
    25. Paul O'Neill - 96
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicDumpling View Post
    Next up on the list at #191 are Matt Stairs and Vern Stephens, who both have 247 career home runs. I have never heard of Vern Stephens, so I will look him up and post his bio when Dunn catches him.
    Vern Stephens was a terrific player in the 1940s and an eight-time all star shortstop. He came up with the St. Louis Browns and was a member of the 1944 Browns team that won its only AL pennant (they lost the World Series to their home town rival Cardinals). As noted by his playing in 1944, Stephens didn't serve in the military in World War II. He lead the AL in RBI in 1944 with 109 and in HRs in 1945 with 24.
    Stephens was acquired by the Boston Red Sox prior to the 1948 season. His triple crown stats for his first three seasons as a Red Sox were loaded:
    .269 29 137
    .290 39 159
    .295 30 144
    Despite those fantastic power numbers for a shortstop, Stephens' reputation as a shortstop was severely harmed by the Red Sox' late season failures in 1948-50. In 1948 Boston lost a one game playoff against Cleveland for the AL title. In 1949, having a one game lead over the Yankees, Boston lost the final two games of the season, both against New York, and the pennant. In 1950, despite a late season rally, Boston again fell short to the Yankees.
    Even though Stephens had tied for the AL RBI lead in both 1949 and 1950, giving him three RBI crowns for his career, it became conventional wisdom that he was inferior to the Yankees shortstop, Phil Rizzuto, who did the "little things" (at the time Stephens was knocking in nearly 100 more runs a season than the "Scooter").
    Stephens faded quickly after 1950, when he was only age 29. He never again had a 400 at bat season. He finished his career with a .286 average, 247 HRs, 1174 RBI, a .355 OBP and a .460 S.PCT.
    Stephens, born October 23, 1920, died November 3, 1968, age 48.
    Of the ten hitters most comparable to Stephens in baseball history, four are in the Hall of Fame: Gabby Hartnett, Tony Lazzeri, Bobby Doerr and Bill Dickey. Two others are near Hall of Famers: Joe Gordon and Joe Torre. His Hall of Fame Monitor score is only 75, primarily because of his short career.
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    You mean Rizzuto had that veteran scrapiness ...

    FWIW, thanks for a fascinating, informative thread...


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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Adam Dunn's walkoff blast on Saturday was #247 of his career and moves him into a tie for 191st place on the all-time career home run list. He is tied with Matt Stairs and Vern Stephens.

    Next up on the list at 188th place with 248 career homers are Goose Goslin, Ted Simmons and Derrek Lee.

    Dunn's blast today was the 6th walk-off home run of his young career. Compare that to Ken Griffey Jr's total of 7 game ending hits (of any type). Dunn has certainly had more than his share of critical clutch homers.

    Todays #247 almost went out of the stadium and into the river. A fan in the very top row of the sun deck snagged the ball on the fly and kept it in Ohio.

    This is a photo of Dunn hitting the clutch shot:


    And here are his teammates beating the crap out of him in celebration of his heroics:


    Vern Stephens - Played Until Age: 34 Career HR: 247 Career AB: 6497 AB/HR: 26.3
    Stephens played 15 seasons with the Browns, Red Sox, White Sox and Orioles in the 40's and 50's. He made the All Star team 8 times. See two posts up in this thread for lots more interesting information on Stephens as posted by RedsBaron.

    Matt Stairs - Current Age: 40 Career HR: 247 Career AB: 4717 AB/HR: 19.1
    Stairs is an active player currently with the Blue Jays. He has also played as an outfielder and DH for many teams -- Expos, Red Sox, Athletics, Cubs, Brewers, Pirates, Royals, Rangers, Tigers and now the Blue Jays. He is a rare player originally from Canada (like our Joey Votto) and played on the Canadian Olympic team in 1988. He has never made the All Star team. Stairs spent his prime years with the Athletics when they were loaded with players like Rickey Henderson, Mark McGwire, Jose Canseco, Miguel Tejada, Jason Giambi and Eric Chavez so he never really got the playing time he would have received with any other team. The most ABs he ever had in a season was 531, so his fans are left to wonder what might have been if he had ever been an everyday player.

    Adam Dunn - Current Age: 28 Career HR: 246 Career AB: 3479 AB/HR: 14.08
    Dunn has now hit a home run in the last three games and has nine for the season. He has really started to heat up and has been carrying the team in the current winning streak against 1st-place teams. Dunn's 9 homers and 25 RBI both lead the team and he is now on a pace to hit 34 HRs and 94 RBIs this season. Maybe Marty will get off his back now. Yeah, right.

    In his career Adam Dunn has hit a home run every 14.08 at-bats, which is the 5th best ratio in major league history behind Mark McGwire, Babe Ruth, Barry Bonds and Jim Thome. Dunn passed Ralph Kiner today with the walk-off blast.


    Players that Adam Dunn has passed on the career home run list this season:
    246 Ken Singleton
    245 Mickey Tettleton, Deron Johnson
    244 Hack Wilson, Lou Whitaker, Tony Clark
    242 Dusty Baker, Roy Campanella, Wally Berger, Sal Bando
    241 Jesse Barfield, Cecil Cooper, Rick Monday
    240 Roberto Clemente, Jeff Burroughs
    239 Ken Caminiti, Dolph Camilli
    238 Ray Lankford, Earl Averill

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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Updated Reds HR list (players in italics are active):

    Reds All-Time Home Run Leaders
    1. Johnny Bench - 389
    2. Frank Robinson - 324
    3. Tony Perez - 287
    4. Ted Kluszewski - 251
    5. Adam Dunn - 247
    6. George Foster - 244
    7. Eric Davis - 203
    8. Ken Griffey, Jr. - 199
    9. Barry Larkin - 198
    10. Vada Pinson - 186
    11. Wally Post - 172
    12. Gus Bell - 160
    13. Joe Morgan - 152
    13. Pete Rose - 152
    15. Lee May - 147
    16. Dan Driessen - 133
    17. Reggie Sanders - 125
    18. Ernie Lombardi - 120
    19. Sean Casey - 118
    20. Frank McCormick - 110
    21. Dave Parker - 107
    22. Chris Sabo - 104
    23. Dave Concepcion - 101
    24. Gordy Coleman - 98
    25. Paul O'Neill - 96
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Where's the pics of Adam trying to bunt?
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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Adam Dunn's home run on Sunday was #248 of his career and moves him into a tie for 188th place on the all-time career home run list. He is tied with Goose Goslin, Ted Simmons and Derrek Lee.

    Next up on the list at 187th place with 249 career homers is Jose Valentin, Javier's brother.

    Dunn's blast today was his 4th homer in the last 4 games. If you are going to be in the right field seats any time soon you'd better bring your glove. Dunn is really swinging a hot bat lately. In fact he has been carrying the team during the winning streak.

    Here is today's shot off AL ERA leader Cliff Lee:



    Here are some bios of the players Adam Dunn caught with today's homer:

    Goose Goslin - Played Until Age: 38 Career HR: 248 Career AB: 8656 AB/HR: 34.9
    Goslin played 18 seasons as a left fielder with the Senators, Browns and Tigers in the 20's and 30's. He made the All Star team 1 time but most of his career was played before the 1st All Star Game. He finished his career with a .316 BA and 1609 RBIs. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1968. Goslinís difficulty in judging fly balls contributed to his nickname "Goose." Opposing players said Goslin resembled a bird flapping its wings when he ran after a ball with his arms waving. From Wikipedia: "The 1928 batting title was not decided until the last day of the season. Goslin and Heinie Manush of the Browns were tied going into the final game, and the Senators and Browns played each other in the final game. Goslin was leading Manush when his turn came to bat in the ninth inning. If Goslin made an out, he would lose the batting crown. In Lawrence Ritter's 1966 oral history, "The Glory of Their Times," Goslin described the events that followed. Manager Bucky Harris left the decision to Goslin on whether to bat or sit. Goslin decided to sit and take the batting crown, but his teammates (particularly Joe Judge) goaded him that he would appear yellow if he didn't bat. Goslin was persuaded to bat and promptly took two strikes. At that point, Goslin recalled that he unsuccessfully tried to get ejected from the game, as the at bat would then disappear. Goslin began berating the home plate umpire about the strike calls, only to have the umpire tell him that he was not going to get ejected, and wasn't going to get a walk, so he better step back up and swing. Goslin ended up with what he called a "lucky hit" to beat Manush by a fraction of a point." He was traded for Manush the following season. Goslin ranks in the all-time top 50 in each of these categories: batting average, slugging percentage, total bases, hits, extra-base hits, RBIs, doubles and triples. He was certainly one of the best players ever. Dunn has already passed him in homers at the age of 28.

    Ted Simmons - Played Until Age: 39 Career HR: 248 Career AB: 8680 AB/HR: 35.0
    Simmons played 21 seasons as a catcher and DH with the Cardinals, Brewers and Braves in the 60's, 70's and 80's. He made the All Star team 8 times. Simmons was one of the best offensive catchers of his era. He served as GM of the Pirates for two years but left after he suffered a heart attack and is now the bench coach of the Brewers.

    Derrek Lee - Current Age: 32 Career HR: 248 Career AB: 5002 AB/HR: 20.2
    Lee is an active player currently with the Cubs. He has also been a first baseman for the Padres and Marlins. He has made the All Star team twice, won three Gold Glove awards and won the 2005 batting title. Lee and Dunn have both hit 10 home runs this season and began the season tied at #209 on the all-time list with 238 homers.

    Adam Dunn - Current Age: 28 Career HR: 248 Career AB: 3485 AB/HR: 14.05
    Dunn has 10 homers on the season, including 4 in the last 4 games. He has raised his OPS from .739 to .845 in the last 4 games. He now leads the team in RBIs, HRs, BBs and is 4th in Runs Scored despite being only 5th on the team in plate appearances.

    Players that Adam Dunn has passed on the career home run list this season:
    247 Vern Stephens, Matt Stairs
    246 Ken Singleton
    245 Mickey Tettleton, Deron Johnson
    244 Hack Wilson, Lou Whitaker, Tony Clark
    242 Dusty Baker, Roy Campanella, Wally Berger, Sal Bando
    241 Jesse Barfield, Cecil Cooper, Rick Monday
    240 Roberto Clemente, Jeff Burroughs
    239 Ken Caminiti, Dolph Camilli
    238 Ray Lankford, Earl Averill

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    Re: Adam Dunn moves to 193rd on career HR list w/ 246 homers + COOL STATS

    Updated Reds HR list (players in italics are active):

    Reds All-Time Home Run Leaders
    1. Johnny Bench - 389
    2. Frank Robinson - 324
    3. Tony Perez - 287
    4. Ted Kluszewski - 251
    5. Adam Dunn - 248
    6. George Foster - 244
    7. Eric Davis - 203
    8. Ken Griffey, Jr. - 199
    9. Barry Larkin - 198
    10. Vada Pinson - 186
    11. Wally Post - 172
    12. Gus Bell - 160
    13. Joe Morgan - 152
    13. Pete Rose - 152
    15. Lee May - 147
    16. Dan Driessen - 133
    17. Reggie Sanders - 125
    18. Ernie Lombardi - 120
    19. Sean Casey - 118
    20. Frank McCormick - 110
    21. Dave Parker - 107
    22. Chris Sabo - 104
    23. Dave Concepcion - 101
    24. Gordy Coleman - 98
    25. Paul O'Neill - 96
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