Originally Posted by cards press box
And Dunn's 2012 was actually OK. Some team might gamble on Dunn popping 30 to 40 homers and take a chance, particularly if the Sox pay some of his salary. He has more upside than Navarro did, that's for sure.
Dunn cleared waivers last year, no deal was made then, the only way one is made now if the Sox salt pepper more of his salary. Maybe even then it isnt doable, we just dont know.