White Sox-inspired burger: In anticipation of opening day for the White Sox in Kansas City on Monday, III Forks has reintroduced the Dunn Burger, a sandwich crafted in tribute to the team's former first baseman, left fielder and longtime restaurant patron Adam Dunn.
In a big-picture sense, spring training doesn't mean anything. In fact, here's a helpful analogy: Spring training is to meaningful baseball what Adam Dunn's career ERA is to meaningful pitching. But on an individual level...OK, fine....Show More Summary
Happy days are here again for White Sox fans. In barely the time it would take Adam Dunn to whiff, the south-siders soared into contention again last night, signing closer David Robertson and trading for starter Jeff Samardzija.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
When the White Sox traded Adam Dunn to the A's last August, nobody worried about missing Dunn's strikeouts or his Mendoza Line batting average.
Cat Town Cafe in Oakland, California opened this past weekend and became the first operational cat cafe in the United States. Founders Ann Dunn of Cat Town Adoptions and Adam Myatt have made it their mission to socialize adoptable cats with humans in the comfortable, relaxed environment of the café. Appointments are available on an […]
Cat Town Café in Oakland, California opened this past weekend and became the first operational cat café in the United States. Founders Ann Dunn of Cat Town Adoptions and Adam Myatt have made it their mission to socialize adoptable cats with humans in the comfortable, relaxed environment of the café. Appointments are available on an […]
This was the year the Athletics pushed in their chips, acquiring the likes of Jeff Samardzija, Jason Hammel, Adam Dunn, and especially Jon Lester. It didn't work out that way: the team with MLB's best record at the trade deadline ended up settling for a wild card and bowing out in a one-game playoff. GM Billy Beane counts that as a success. Read more...
After 2,001 games, Adam Dunn finally made it to the postseason Sunday. He had one of the best seats in the house last night, and now his playoff career is over.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
After 14 seasons in the majors, slugger Adam Dunn has decided to call it a career and announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on Twitter Wednesday morning: The 34-year-old’s decision came on the heels of the Oakland Athletics’ loss to the Kansas City Royals in American League Wild Card Game on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
Adam Dunn’s team put up one heck of a fight against the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday night. Unfortunately, with designated hitter Dunn stuck on the bench all night, the Oakland Athletics lost, 9-8. Dunn, who played a total of 2,001 games over 14 seasons finally, finally made it to the playoffs only to, well, […]
Former Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn, who finally made it to the playoffs with the Oakland Athletics but never got off the bench in Tuesday night's wild-card game, is expected to retire after a 14-year career.
This is a legitimate bummer: after waiting 14 years and 2,001 games to make it to his first-ever postseason, Adam Dunn never got into last night's game. And now he's says he's calling it a career. Read more...
Not long after watching from the bench as the Oakland Athletics were eliminated from the postseason, Adam Dunn has decided to retire. SportsCenter's Twitter feed, via ESPN's Pedro Gomez, provided the news of the 34-year-old's decision: MLB.com's Jane Lee added some more details: It really is a sad ending for Dunn. Show More Summary
After logging 2,001 regular-season games, Oakland Athletics designated hitter Adam Dunn is finally set to make the first postseason appearance of his career in Tuesday's American League wild-card game against the Kansas City Royals.Show More Summary
Twelve days ago, when Adam Dunn was traded to the A's, White Sox fans assumed they'd seen the last of him—but he's back in town this week for a final farewell. Oakland, struggling for a playoff spot, arrived Monday for a four-game series.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Adam Dunn is a gift, and we almost lost him to retirement. We still can. Root for him. Unless you're rooting for a team in direct opposition to them, you should be pulling for the Athletics to make the playoffs. It's not because it's...Show More Summary
A mix of polite applause and resentful boos greeted Adam Dunn on his first trip to the plate Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
This past week, MLB produced its share of memorable moments, including an Adam Dunn homer in his first at-bat as a member of the Oakland A’s and the combined no-hitter by the Philadelphia Phillies against the Atlanta Braves. As usual,...Show More Summary
If you just got back to town after the Labor Day weekend, you may have noticed something missing: Adam Dunn. Dunn had of course been missing ever since he got to Chicago four seasons ago.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
While he's long been an Athletic in the hearts of many, Dunn finally got a chance to suit up with Oakland. Adam Dunn had earned #TrueAthletic status long before suiting up in the home whites, and clobbering a two-run homer in his first...Show More Summary