After it was all said and done, Adam had a mere .159 batting average with 415 total at-bats. He batted only .128 in the month of September.
But Dunn's new manager Robin Ventura is excited about him, according to this quote from csnchicago.com's Chuck Garfien, via his Twitter account:
"Ventura on Adam Dunn: "He’s on our squad. He’s not going anywhere. I’m patient and I know it’s there."
Encouraging news for a player who many fans have questioned even being in the lineup.
But Dunn has been his own toughest critic. Arriving at spring training, he talked about the immediate things on the agenda, which includes working with new White Sox hitting coach Jeff Manto.
"We'll kind of go over some things and see what he wants me to do and how he wants me to approach the season and kind of go from there," said Dunn in ...
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