What to do with Adam Dunn?
Adam Dunn is still in the White Sox' starting lineup today, even though he is in a career-worst 0-for-29 slump and is batting .098 (6-for-61) on the season.
Given the slump, and considering the Twins are starting left-hander Scott Diamond today at U.S. Cellular Field, manager Robin Ventura likely considered removing Dunn's name from the starting lineup.
But Ventura is still squarely in Dunn's corner, and he says the left-handed slugger has to get it going if the Sox want to go anywhere this season.
"You can think about anything, but for us to turn around and start playing better, he's going to have to get some hits and be part of that, part of the answer,” Ventura said.
So here is the question, White Sox fans.
1. Keep playing Dunn and let him find his swing?
2. Sit him out against left-handed starters?
3. Sit him out against everyone for a week, or longer?
4. Trade Dunn?
5. Release him?