With all the talk seemingly centered around guys like Cliff Lee and Roy Oswalt, another big name that will make its rounds around the rumor sheets is current Washington Nationals’ first baseman Adam Dunn.

While Dunn has made it well known that he would rather not be traded and would like to sign a contract extension with the Nationals, the likelihood of that seems slim to none at this point.

ESPN’s Buster Olney talked about Dunn losing interest in signing an extension over the last few days and cited the fact that the Nationals have no sense of urgency to get anything done.

Not only that, but the team has already approached other teams about their interest in Dunn, so it seems the Nationals aren’t going to hang on to him past the trade deadline.

ESPN’s Buster Olney reported earlier this morning, “Nationals have had conversations with other teams about possible deals involving Dunn, and it figures they will trade him.”

So, with that being said, here are the three most likely destinations for the power hitting first baseman.

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