Dunn, Reds: Nothing going on on extension
Adam Dunn is in camp. Could it be his last as a Red?
Dunn says nothing is going on as far as talks about a contract extension. The Reds picked up his option on Oct. 31. But, as it is, he'll become a free agent after the season. Any hope something gets done?
"I don't know anymore," he said. "We'll see what happens. I'm really not worried about it."
Wayne Krivsky confirmed that no talks are going on.
"Right now, things are quiet," Krivsky said. "That don't mean that nothing's go to happen. Right now, we're starting spring training. Let's play. We'll see what happens."
Dunn said he feels great. He had arthroscopic surgery Sept. 26. He had been playing with bulky knee for over a year.
"It's good," he said. "I haven't done a lot of agility stuff. But it's better than it's been in a long time. It should make it easier to play."
Dunn, by the way, is a NASCAR convert after going to the Daytona 500.
"It was awesome," he said. "I wasn't a fan of NASCAR. Being there live and seeing how fast those guys go . . . it's amazing. I don't know how to describe it. TV will never be able to capture the speed, the noise.
"I love it."