ESPN's Buster Olney has more news than can fit in 140 characters about the Nationals putting Adam Dunn on waivers:
Heard this: Adam Dunn hit the waiver wire today, giving teams 48 hours to place claims on the slugger -- and the wide expectation (more)
is that multiple NL teams will put in a claim on him -- Rockies? Giants? -- and that there is no chance that AL teams like the (more)
Rays or White Sox or Yankees ever get a shot at Dunn, who is working on his seventh straight year of 38 or more homers.
What this means about Dunn is that if he's going to be moved -- and that seems unlikely -- it'll happen in the next 72 hours.
Now, most players go through waivers at this time of the year, so that's not unusual. What this could mean is that if Dunn is still a Washington National this weekend, expect him to be there at the end of the season.
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