You do know that he has K'd in 27 consecutive games now. I have stood behind Dunn for a long time and that was the nice way to say the streak has continued. I look at his stats during and after games all the time and can't wait for it to end.
Who cares how many games in a row he strikes out in as long as he produces?
His wOBA is better than anyone on the Nats right now.
If he were to strike out in all 162 games but managed to put up a .850+ OPS, would it really matter, to anyone at all?