manager Ozzie Guillen said Dunn will wind up getting plenty of use out of his first baseman’s glove this year, especially later in the season when Konerko needs a break.
“Late in the season, a little bit more,” Guillen said before Sunday’s game. “Early in the season, PK’s fine, swinging the bat good. Obviously, I need somebody to help PK at first base. [Dunn] will play more than people think.”
Dunn will start at first base for one of the team’s three Interleague games against the Dodgers in the upcoming homestand, Guillen said.
“It’s hard for me to bench PK, but I have to do what I have to do,” Guillen said. “[Dunn] will be in one of those games.”
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UPDATE: Other White Sox links: Rob has a recap of today’s game.