Adam Dunn's most reported potential destination continues to be the Chicago White Sox. Previously, the Nationals were adament about receiving Major League talent in any package back for Dunn. Now, however, they might be willing to settle for two top minor-league prospects, according to ESPNChicago's Bruce Levine.
Washington Nationals first baseman Adam Dunn could be dealt to the White Sox if Chicago is willing to sweeten the pot and add a second substantial minor league player in return, according to a major league source.
Any deal for Dunn would have to include Daniel Hudson, the White Sox's top pitching prospect. The Nationals also want one of three White Sox prospects: catcher Tyler Flowers, outfielder Jordan Danks or injured infielder Brent Morel.
The White Sox predictably rejected the Nationals' offer of Dunn for Gordon Beckham straight up, according to the report.