Originally Posted by balke
Dunn's DH stats last year were:
.184 .269 .386 .655
He did his damage while playing 1B.
.262 .376 .512 .888
(He played about 70 games in both roles).
Ideally Dunn doesn't play the field - yet his DH stats lifetime are putrid.
.192 .310 .401 .711
How does that translate to 6th best? Were the other DH's that bad? Is he that high because of the HRs? I'm reminded of the quote sometimes attributed to Mark Twain.