I know the Yankees' team offense is off-the-charts awesome, what with leading all of MLB in runs, home runs, OBP, SLG and OPS, but it's hard not to see Adam Dunn's 6th-best-in-MLB .976 OPS and wonder "what if?"
I know most people will scoff and say "But Adam Dunn only strikes out and therefore isn't a team player bladdy-blah-blah-blah," and "he doesn't have a position" and "who on the Yankees would he have displaced?" Now I'm certainly not saying I'm disappointed with the team's offensive output. And these are all valid questions to which I don't have a good answer to. But the greedy home runs and walks-loving bastard in me can't help but ponder the awesomeness that could have been Adam Dunn plopped in the middle of this fantastic 2009 Yankee lineup.