Adam Dunn is still missing on all cylinders. With just under a third of the season gone, the Big Breeze is more than a third of the way to the White Sox club record for strikeouts in a season—he has 65 already, and the record is 175. He’s managed to stay ahead of the record pace and lead the AL in Ks even though he missed six games because of an appendectomy. (While in the hospital the Big Breeze sought to strike out by absentee ballot, but the commissioner ruled against it.)

Dunn’s average is only .186 now, but he’s been hitting in hard luck. Most of his strikeouts have been right at somebody.