What else is Jeff Samardzija supposed to say?
As he’s in the midst of a postseason push, Adam Dunn hasn’t spent much time reflecting on the nearly four seasons he spent in Chicago.
Adam Dunn would have enjoyed a pencil. He got a golf cart instead.
Adam Dunn is back in Chicago to face the White Sox for the first time since being traded to Oakland, and the veteran slugger admits it's going to be "really weird" facing his old team.
Only a short time after trading Adam Dunn, the White Sox will welcome back their former slugger when the team starts a four-game series with the Oakland Athletics at U.S. Cellular Field.