When the Chicago White Sox signed 31-year old lefty swinging DH/1B Adam Dunn, they were expecting him to crank out 40 homers and knock in 100+ runs while hitting around .250 per year. For those kinds of numbers, the White Sox paid Dunn $56 million bucks over the next four years. That signing has turned into a nightmare so far this year for White Sox’ GM Kenny Williams. Dunn has played in 91 games for the White Sox so far this year and he is 51 for 314 (.162 avg, .595 OPS) with 28 runs scored, 10 homers and 38 RBIs. He has already whiffed a stunning 137 times this year while walking 56 times, but those kinds of numbers were expected. Dunn has been absolutely helpless against lefty pitching this year. He is 3 for 77 (.039 avg, .252 OPS) with 3 runs scored, 0 homers, 2 RBIs and 35 whiffs. He has walked 16 times against lefties so maybe he should just keep his bat on his shoulder when batting against them. The White Sox are going to have no choice but to bench Dunn if he continues to hit (LOL) like he is right now, because he’s going to hurt the offense big time as they try to hunt the Tigers and Indians down in the A.L. Central.