Originally Posted by Frater Perdurabo
Slight hijack, but related: If the Sox decline to re-sign Paulie, does Dunn become the primary 1B (in perhaps more of a DH rotation among several position players), and thus would it be reasonable to expect his hitting to improve?
Well he hit a robust .212 when he played 1B last year so I don't think you will see much of a change in his production whether he plays the field or not. He is also going to be 34 and on the downside of his career (assuming he's not there already).
I voted for Navarro but I will say this, Navarro only hurt you every fifth day. Dunn, Sax and Snyder - they hurt you every day.