Originally Posted by doublem23
Which is basically like saying this bucket of **** tastes better than that bucket of ****, the bottom line is that it's all **** so what difference does it really make?
If you want to talk about the 2012 team falling short because of Dunn's poor play, I'm all ears, the Sox were at least average offensively, but if you're trying to lay the 2013 disaster at his feet, that's pretty silly.
Very true. The biggest problem with Dunn is that we keep batting him third and fourth in our lineup. He would be much better suited hitting around the 6th spot, but we don't have anyone else that can hit worth a damn either.