Matt Sosnick isn't Adam Dunn's agent, but that's not stopping him from making predictions about where the Big Donkey may land.
"I would say [Dunn] is probably going to the Cubs, and he'll probably get three years and $40 million," Sosnick told the Chicago Tribune .
It's not much of a stretch, Dunn has openly spoken of his love for Wrigley Field.
"[Wrigley Field's] obviously one of my favorite parks to hit in," Dunn told the Chicago Sun-Times in August . "I've always really enjoyed playing there. The atmosphere is great there for any player. The fans are always hard on the other team, which makes it fun."
As a frequent visitor with the Reds, and as a less-frequent visitor the last two years with the Nationals, Dunn has hit .282/.410/.651 with 25 home runs in 293 career plate appearances at Wrigley Field.
Earlier this month, Carlos Zambrano said Dunn told him he wants to join the Cubs.
"I want that guy," Zambrano told MLB.com . "He wants to play for us, not only this year, but two years ago. He told me he wants to play at Wrigley Field badly."
Two years ago, the Cubs had under contract through 2010. Now, after the 2010 season, the Cubs have an opening at first base and Dunn is a first baseman (he was a left fielder back then).
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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