The White Sox signed Adam Dunn today to a 4-year, $56 million contract. This should allow Dunn to show off his defensive versatility for the Sox, as he can now play DH, DH or DH for them.
If you watched "The Club" on the MLB Network, you know that Kenny Williams was hot after Dunn at the trade deadline this year, but was not able to reach an agreement with the Nats.
Now, Williams has finally got his man.
As a result of the signing, the Nats will get the Sox's 23rd pick in next year's draft.
Now, without that distraction around, the Cubs can go back to trying to find a first baseman who can actually catch the ball.