We continue to remind you of Adam Dunn’s dream season. “After an off-season of drawing somewhat limited interest despite an impressive résumé, Adam Dunn has rewarded the Washington Nationals for their faith in him by hitting 37 home runs while reaching base more times than Ichiro Suzuki. Dunn’s .281 batting average and .409 on-base percentage are career highs. He has reached base 244 times, or 18 more than Suzuki, who is hitting a robust .355 for the Mariners. The change has not taken away any of Dunn’s famed power, though; his .565 slugging percentage is the highest he has had since he slugged .569 in 2004.” [NY Times Bats Blog]