Well, I for one thought Dunn was finished after last year. After watching him in person on dozens of occasions, it appeared to me that his basic skills had diminished to a level where he would have to retire. It appeared to be more than just a slump -- it was like he was outclassed, couldn't see the ball, couldn't time it. it was a similar concept to what I saw recently at the end of Jermaine Dye's career, or Ken Griffey Jr., where they just didn't have it anymore. You recall what they had, and the current product was no where near. I am as happy as anyone else on this board who are fans/supporters of Adam Dunn that it has turned out otherwise.