Report: Could Adam Dunn be traded to the Oakland A’s?


Aug 30, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn (44) rounds the bases after hitting a home run against Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Max Scherzer (not pictured) during the third inning at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

In a tweet on Sunday morning by Fox Sports Ken Rosenthal, it said that the Chicago White Sox could have some potential suitors for designated hitter Adam Dunn, one being the Oakland Athletics.

The tweet by Ken Rosenthal said:

"“Sources: #SFGiants, #Athletics and one other club pursuing #WhiteSox’s Dunn.”"

Rosenthal also has tweeted:

"“Source: #Athletics front-runner for Dunn – and he will waive no-trade clause to accept deal.”"

This, I believe would be great for everyone. The White Sox would get something in return for Dunn, plus the Athletics would get another big power bat, and Dunn would get a chance to win a World Series in what could be his final season.

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See, a win-win for everyone, plus he would stay in the American League.

Dunn this season, is .220 with 20 home runs and 17 doubles. He also has tallied 54 RBIs in 106 games (363 at-bats) in ’14. Dunn also has 65 walks this season, with a .340 on-base percentage.

This is Dunn’s 14th season in the majors, fourth with the White Sox. For his White Sox career, Dunn has 106 home runs and 278 RBIs in 528 games played with the franchise the past four seasons. For his career, Dunn has totaled 460 career home runs.

Thoughts on a potential trade?