Adam Dunn's AL Comeback Player of the Year awards just keep coming.
After earning The Sporting News' accolade earlier this fall, the White Sox slugger took home the Players Choice award Monday night. Each award is voted on by players from each league and presented by the MLBPA.
Dunn only hit .204, but mashed 41 homers to go along with 96 RBI and 87 runs. He led the AL in both walks (105) and strikeouts (222) and put up an .800 OPS in 649 plate appearances.
In 2011, Dunn hit .159.292.277 with only 11 homers, 42 RBI and 36 runs in just 153 less plate appearances (496). His 30 homer increase was the fourth-best of all time, behind only Brady Anderson, Lou Gehrig and Sammy Sosa. It was the highest increase in White Sox history.
In response to The Sporting News award on Oct. 23, Dunn said it was a "bittersweet" feeling.
Despite his personal performance, Dunn was disappointed in the way 2012 ended and believes he can even improve his numbers in 2013, with just a few minor adjustments.
Four of the team's top-10 prospects and a former All-Star are among the 19 nonroster invitees to White Sox big league camp this spring.
The team announced Monday that prospects Michael Kopech, Zack Collins, Zack Burdi and Spencer Adams have all been invited to camp next month. Everth Cabrera, an All-Star in 2013 for the San Diego Padres, Cody Asche, Cory Luebke and Geovany Soto are among the eight minor league free agents who also received an invitation. Pitchers and catchers report to camp in Glendale, Ariz. on Feb. 14 while the team holds its first full-squad workout on Feb. 18.
Kopech was acquired in the Chris Sale trade in December while Collins and Burdi were both selected in the 2016 amateur draft. Adams was drafted in 2014.
Signed earlier this month, Soto is expected to earn a spot on the 25-man roster. Soto, who played for the White Sox in 2015, finished last season with four home runs and an .809 OPS in 86 plate appearances for the Los Angeles Angels.
Cabrera, who produced 4.6 Wins Above Replacement between 2012-13, hasn't played in the majors since he appeared in 29 games for the Baltimore Orioles in 2015. Luebke, who has twice had reconstructive elbow surgery, finished with a 9.35 ERA in nine games for the Pittsburgh Pirates last season. Asche blasted 31 homers with a .240/.298/.385 slash line in 1,287 plate appearances since 2013 with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Other minor league free agents include: left-handed pitcher David Holmberg, right-handers Blake Smith and Anthony Swarzak, and catcher Roberto Pena.
White Sox minor leaguer pitchers Aaron Bummer, Brian Clark, Jace Fry and Matt Purke, infielders Nicky Delmonico and Danny Hayes, and outfielder Courtney Hawkins also have been invited to camp.