Though Adam Dunn was on the Athletics' playoff roster, he did not appear in Tuesday night's American League Wild Card game.


On Sunday, right after he was traded from the Chicago White Sox to the Oakland Athletics, Adam Dunn told reporters "this is probably going to be it," meaning he would retire at the end of the 2014


Adam Dunn has made two All-Star teams, hit 461 home runs and played 14 seasons in the majors.


Former Nationals slugger Adam Dunn is leaving White Sox spring training for a quick hiatus. The reason? The 'Big Donkey' is off to Hollywood to attend the Academy Awards.


Sometimes when teams get good they have to let good players go. The 2007 Philadelphia Phillies, for instance, had Michael Bourn and Kyle Lohse on their roster and neither were major contributors.