I've mentioned this a couple times recently, but it's probably worth it's own thread. Dunn finally got his OPS above .800 for the season - no small feat considering how bad he was the first few months.. So what do they do if he keeps climbing the OPS ladder, ends up around 40 HR and a .900 OPS?
Keep him because they don't have a better option for 1B next year?
Trade him because he actually might bring something if he can continue to hit?
The guy's been on a roll since June. I'm rooting for him to close the season strong. That way whatever direction they go it will be good for the team. Guy is definitely proving he's got some gas left in the tank.
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