Should the Washington Nationals try to sign Adam Dunn to a multiyear contract during the offseason? á Dunn, who signed a two-year, $20 million deal last February, was willing to sign a longer contract, but someoneùmaybe owner Ted Lerner, perhaps team president Stan Kastenùsaid no. á Bill Ladson, beat writer for nationals.com, wrote this week that if given the chance he would trade Dunn for prospects. á General Manager Mike Rizzo will no doubt receive many calls this offseason from teams in need of a generational slugger. á The Nationals, then, have four options regarding their slugging first baseman. They can extend his contract and make him an important piece of the teamÆs future. They can trade him during the offseason to a contending team in need of a middle-of-the-lineup bat. á ...
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