Granted, the Cubs crossed him off weeks ago, but his name kept popping
up in connection with the team. Nevertheless, they never made an
offer, and today, Dunn signed a 4 year, $56 million deal with the
White Sox. Times must be good in Chicago for the city to have that
kind of cash to throw at a needed player.
Dunn’s skillset will play better in the AL where he can DH from time
to time, but it’s hard not to feel a little slighted as you stare at
the VACANCY sign currently manning first base for the Cubs.