Here's another reason (via Andrew Marchand) why people don't think a Dunn-to-New York would work out so well:
"He's not a New York kind of guy," the executive [who worked with Dunn] said.Marchand goes on to mention that Dunn doesn't sound like a guy that would fit in too well in Joe Girardi's clubhouse, but that "the 40 homers and near .400 on-base percentage that Dunn puts up every year may make this a moot point."
Dunn, the executive added, is a "good guy," but "lazy."
"He is one of those guys that takes pride in the fact that he doesn't work out that much," the executive said.
For the most part, I agree. In the end this is a game about results, so if he came here, was "lazy", and continue to hit like he's been hitting all year, I don't think too many people would be complaining. But if he struggles and still doesn't want to work, that would be a problem.
What do you guys think? I'm sure after these last two posts, a lot of fans might be changing their minds about Dunn.