When looking at the overall value of Adam Dunn, among others when it comes to OPS, do you look at OPS or Adjusted OPS? I am just asking because those that defend Dunn will say he is 64th all time in career OPS, but those with an Adjusted OPS he falls to 150th. Now it still puts his with Roberto Clemente and Dave Winfield (that is not bad company at all). It also messes with Barry Bonds in OPS as well. Bonds is 4 on the all time OPS list, but is 3rd in the all time adjusted OPS list. I like the adjusted list better because it takes other factors into play (it takes park and leagues that players play in). I am not knocking Dunn in this thread, I am just wondering what most stat guys use when measuring a player. Do you use Adjusted OPS or just OPS? Why?