Yesterday, we and about a million other people took the Phillies to task for the Ryan Howard contract. So with the concept of "old player skills" and contract extensions on everyone's mind, now seemed like a good time to look at Adam Dunn.When Dunn first broke into the league, he had a bit of speed, but by his mid-20s he had come to epitomize the concept of the "young player with old player skills." And with his contract up at the end of the year, the Nationals need to make a decision soon about whether to re-sign him or trade him (or hold on to him for a pennant race, I guess).For the uninitiated, the key old player skills are power and pitch recognition, which translate into lots of homers, walks, and strikeouts. "Young player skills" are speed, defense, and contact ability, which...

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