Adam Dunn isn't looking for $100 million anymore

Why Wait Til July? Do a Dunn Deal Now

Adam Dunn's Not Looking for $100m Anymore
And Big Papi's Not Getting Any Smaller, or Younger

1.27.09, Ken Rosenthal, One Year Wonders: "Take Dunn as an example. The Red Sox could sign him for one year as protection against further decline by David Ortiz. Dunn, by putting up big numbers for a high-profile contender, would raise his standing in next winter's free agent class, which features a weaker group of hitters."

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