Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Nothing to write

Adam Dunn homered, which is a good thing. It was a solo shot in a losing cause and was his twentieth of the season. It was off Dan Haren, one of the toughest pitchers in the majors this season. As a matter of fact, Josh Hamilton also homered off Haren which was the first time this season that Haren had given up two homers in one game.

I really wish the Reds would get Dunn out of the fifth spot in the order. If I were running the Reds, Dunn would be batting second. He started the season there and hit .350 in seven games. I guess that wasn't good enough.

All for now. Benito Santiago is passed by Dunn on the career list.


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