After sitting out two games with a sore right oblique, Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn is in the lineup on Monday night as the team opens a series against the Minnesota Twins. Dunn has told reporters recently that he doesn't want to miss any playing time as the pennant race heats up.
One of the team's most important players, Dunn has been a major power threat for the White Sox this season. While his .205/.337/.483 line isn't spectacular, he leads the majors in homers, walks and strikeouts, proving to be the "three-true-outcomes" threat that everyone expected when he was signed last year.
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