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    Quote Originally Posted by BRM View Post
    Dunn had a .700 OPS in August and he had a .676 OPS in September coming into today's game. That's a long slump.
    Would extra batting practice help???
    When all is said and done more is said than done.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    Would extra batting practice help???
    More time on the golf course to ease his mind might help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshnky View Post
    Here is what it comes down to. If you trade Dunn you should get good young pitching in return. To complement the young pitching it would be ideal to have young players so that the Reds can make a serious run in a couple years. Stocking up on young pitching to go along with a lineup of KGJ, Gonzo, Hat, and RA would be a bad idea. Trading Dunn would be with the purpose of rebuilding and you don't rebuild with a cast of old players. Thats just how I see it.
    Why does trading Dunn constitute rebuilding?? Have you watched him the last 2 months... He has been horrendous, and I really hope he improves but I just can't stand this production... You should read this column, it's what had me thinking....http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.d...50451/1082/SPT

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    Dunn's slump seems very strange to me. He had a .795 and .846 OPS in Aug/Sept last year which isn't great but not as bad as this. So he is probably not tiring. Is he pressing to much with the team in the WC race?

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    Another solid day for Arroyo thus far...

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    Ross K's...

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    Adam Dunn's most productive season came in 2004, when he posted career highs in batting average (.266), home runs (46), RBI (102), runs (105), hits (151), doubles (34), on base percentage (.388), slugging average (.569) and OPS (.957). I don't see any improvement in Dunn's numbers as he's aged!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesusfan View Post
    Why does trading Dunn constitute rebuilding?? Have you watched him the last 2 months... He has been horrendous, and I really hope he improves but I just can't stand this production... You should read this column, it's what had me thinking....http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.d...50451/1082/SPT
    I've already read the article and understand what you're saying but regardless of his recent slump Dunn is the most feared hitter on this team. When you trade someone lilke that it usually means rebuilding because that is a lot to replace. Regardless of your feelings on Dunn you have to admit that his production would be difficult to replace without bringing in someone like Vernon Wells or maybe Torii Hunter.

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    Clayton grounds to 1st... 2 down

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesusfan View Post
    Adam Dunn's most productive season came in 2004, when he posted career highs in batting average (.266), home runs (46), RBI (102), runs (105), hits (151), doubles (34), on base percentage (.388), slugging average (.569) and OPS (.957). I don't see any improvement in Dunn's numbers as he's aged!
    I didn't say he would improve just that he had potential contrasted to Gonzalez who has very little chance of putting up an improved year at 40.

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    BP is a strikeout machine

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    Well, despite our shortcomings I feel confident that we can hold on and win this one. One game at a time and who knows...

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    Hey jesusfan it looks like we'll make this gamethread longer than the ORG thread.

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    I guess the all star posters only come around when things are going good or there is controversy.

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    5 pitch inning for Arroyo and we're on to the 8th.


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