Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 2 Days

Adam Dunn blasted the 443rd home run of his career on Tuesday, the only hit he had in his only official at-bat as the White Sox beat the Red Sox.

Dunn took Jake Peavy deep for a solo shot in the second inning, staking the White Sox to an early 1-0 lead. He broke a tie with Dave Kingman on the career home run leaderboard, moving into 38th place by himself. Dunn also drew three walks, as is typical of the 34-year-old veteran. He has quietly been off to a very productive start to the season.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 5 Days

Adam Dunn went 1-for-4 and drove home a pair of runs in Saturday's loss to the Indians.

The 34-year-old slugger is off to a strong start for the White Sox, slashing .241/.410/.483 with two homers and seven RBI. His massive power and ability to get on base still provide considerable value in several fantasy formats.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 21 Days

Adam Dunn went 1-for-2 with a solo home run against the Cubs on Thursday.

Dunn belted his first spring homer in the ninth inning off of Wesley Wright. The slugger has had a forgettable spring and, at 34 years old, his numbers appear to be trending south. He can still be penciled in for close to 30 homers, but not much else.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 21 Days

Adam Dunn was scratched from Thursday's Cactus League game because of an upset stomach.

Dunn should be back to 100 percent health by the time the White Sox open their season (on Monday afternoon).

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 1 Month

Adam Dunn went 2-for-3 and drove home a pair of runs on Friday, leading the White Sox to a 4-3 victory over the Reds in Cactus League action.

Dunn drove home the team's first run with an RBI single in the first inning off starter Mike Leake, then broke a 3-3 tie with another RBI knock in the fifth to put the White Sox ahead to stay. With Jose Abreu and Paul Konerko on the roster, he stands to see fewer at-bats than he's accustomed to in 2014, but his massive power still has value.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 2 Months

Adam Dunn indicated Monday that he plans to continue his career beyond this season.

Dunn has said in the past that retirement would be an option after his contract runs out following the upcoming season. It appears for now the 34-year-old plans to keep playing, though he said he probably wouldn't officially make a decision until after Thanksgiving. "Yeah, as of right now, today, yeah. I plan on coming [back]," said Dunn. "Again I could go out and stretch and say, 'I'm done, I'm not having any fun.' But I don't see that happening today."

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 2 Months

White Sox manager Robin Ventura plans to use Adam Dunn in left field some during Cactus League action.

With Dunn, Jose Abreu and Paul Konerko, the White Sox have three players to cover first base and the designated hitter spot. They also have Alejandro De Aza and Dayan Viciedo to handle left field, but Ventura is apparently interested in giving Dunn some innings in the outfield. The 34-year-old has played 10 games in the outfield during his three seasons with the Pale Hose.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 3 Months

Buster Olney of ESPN believes that the White Sox have created a logjam at first base and designated hitter, and that Adam Dunn could wind up being the odd man out and put on the trading block.

Jose Abreu is clearly the team's future at first base, and Paul Konerko isn't going anywhere else for his farewell tour. That leaves Dunn as a strong candidate to be dealt unless the White Sox are planning on platooning he and Konerko. Until the situation is resolved, Dunn's fantasy value is limited.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 7 Months

Adam Dunn belted his 34th home run of the season, one of four total White Sox long balls in Saturday's 6-5 victory over the Royals.

Dunn finished the evening 2-for-4. His two-run blast off Yordano Ventura increased the White Sox lead to 4-0 in the fourth inning. The 33-year-old slugger is now hitting .219/.320/.442 with 34 bombs, 60 runs scored, 86 RBI and a stolen base in 149 games.

Adam Dunn 1B/DH CWS 7 Months

Adam Dunn went 2-for-3 with a homer and a walk Thursday against the Royals.

The slumping Dunn has suddenly turned into a part-time player down the stretch here, even though he's far and away the White Sox's leader with 33 homers and 84 RBI this season. The Royals throw righties the next two days, so perhaps he'll start both games.