Dunn's new routine produces old results
As a career position player prior to joining the Chicago White Sox in 2011, Adam Dunn's transition to DH was hardly a smooth one.
Chicago’s big-ticket free agent acquisition spent his first season as a full-time DH in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, grossly underperforming the four-year, $56 million deal he signed with the Sox. His .159 batting average in 2011 was a historically putrid year – and a low point in his career...
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