The White Sox have played 32 games this season. How many do you think Adam Dunn has fanned in?

Correct! He hasn’t missed at missing once—not for a whole game, anyway. Add to that his last four games of 2011, and the Big Breeze has a 36-game missing streak going. That’s one shy of the record, which Dunn will likely tie in the Cell tonight against KC.

The 37-game record is held by Oak Park native Bill Stoneman, a Montreal pitcher drafted by the Cubs in 1966. Stoneman’s streak started in April 1971 and ended the following April. But, well, he was a pitcher, with a lifetime batting average of .086.