At 153 and counting, the Big Breeze has been so prodigious with his strikeouts this season it’s somewhat shocking to find that he’s still only second in the majors in the category: young Cincinnati Reds center fielder Drew Stubbs leads with 170 Ks. Then again, Stubbs, who’s served as a leadoff man for much of the season, has 126 hits and 84 runs in 508 at bats, a .248 batting average, .380 slugging percentage, and .701 on-base-plus-slugging percentage, and 32 stolen bases. Dunn has 60 hits and 32 runs in 363 at bats, a .165 average, .292 slugging percentage, and .584 OPS, with zero stolen bases. In a column yesterday on the multiple woes the Sox have had this season, Scott Miller of noted that Dunn is the worst everyday player since Rob Deer with Detroit back in 1991.