The Adam Dunn that everyone argued about two seasons ago was the guy who put up a slash line of .250/.381/.521 over his career and .264/.378/.533 the previous two seasons. Nobody thought it was a good idea to sign a guy who would hit .184/.315/.385 over two seasons, and nobody argued that Dunn would put up those numbers. Anyone who thinks Adam Dunn wasn't a good player for the first 9 years of his career was wrong then, and they are still wrong today.
JEFF: 100 bucks! Hey Al, you know a lot about sports maybe you could win the hundred and buy yourself a newer Dodge.
AL: No chance! Those questions are so obscure that you’d have to have no life whatsoever to get the answer.
TV: "Who played centerfield for the Chicago White Sox in the ’59 world series."
AL: Jim Landis! I know that, Jim Landis!