White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf hasn't talked "much" to struggling designated hitter Adam Dunn, but Reinsdorf believes the problem is a matter of confidence. "I don't like to bother a guy when he's not going good," Reinsdorf said. "Probably everybody's telling him what they think." Dunn signed a four-year, $56 million deal in the offseason, but he's hitting just .176 with five home runs and 23 RBIs.
Chicago's Reinsdorf Believes In Dunn