While Robin Ventura hasn't been willing to name a closer just yet, he said Monday that Adam Dunn would most likely start out the year hitting in the No. 3 spot.
Monday, Ventura did reveal to reporters that he did like Adam Dunn hitting in the third spot, although he did say that could change Friday.
"He gets on base a lot," Ventura said. "Even though he might strike out a little bit, he does walk a lot. To me, that's a good thing in front of Paul (Konerko)."
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Dunn has a career .374 on-base percentage and has walked 100 times or more in a season seven times.
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