Adam Dunn has been noticeably dormant in the final month for the Chicago White Sox. Dunn has played only three games this month. White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen has kept him on the bench for good reason.
Dunn has greatly disappointed this season. In his first year of a four-year, $56 million deal with the White Sox, Dunn has posted historically poor numbers.
Instead of providing much-needed left-handed power, he has produced some of the worst power numbers one could imagine him producing.
Alex Rios is another player with whom the White Sox find themselves in a rotten deal. The White Sox thought they had a solid center field player when they acquired him from the Toronto Blue Jays in 2009. However, Rios has done little to please. This season, he has been of especially little value to the White Sox.
Dunn and Rios headline the least valuable players for the White Sox.