The Big Breeze couldnt miss yesterday

Adam Dunn’s bat, which had suffered nary a nick the last 11 days, took a beating yesterday afternoon in Minnesota. The occasional slugger went three for five with a homer and knocked in four as the White Sox trounced the Twins, 12-5.

Dunn also didn’t strike out. Not once, the whole game. Seriously. He hit fly balls the two times he was retired.

The Big Breeze hadn’t gone deep—or medium, or shallow—since June 15. He’d had three singles in 36 at bats, with 21 whiffs. And he was still batting third in the Sox order.