Originally Posted by blandman
I don't think this is true. It's more a cat and mouse game. Teams think they can get him for next to nothing, and the White Sox think they can get something out of him. The truth is in between, but both sides are playing the game right now. If Dunn were a free agent, he'd be the best low cost DH option out there.
I hope you're right- but the market is very limited for teams (AL only) who desire a LH DH who has hit <.220 each season for the last 3 years.
Only a contender would even consider the move based on Dunn's age- so you're down to a handful of teams-
I don't think the White Sox expect anything of value in exchange for Dunn- just hoping to not have to eat all of his salary to get him off the roster.