Lost in the shuffle during last night's win over the Cubs was a monumental moment in Adam Dunn history. When Dunn hit career home run number 243 last night, he moved out of a five-way tie with Dusty Baker, Sal Bando, Wally Berger, and Roy Campanella (talk about veteran presence!) and now sits all alone at #199 all-time .
If Dunn ends up with his standard 40 home runs this year, he'll finish the year with 278 career homers. This will put him around 150 on the all-time home run list depending on how other active players do this year. He'll pass Bret Boone, Kirk Gibson, Joe Morgan, and Roger Maris (among others).
How many do you think Dunn will hit this year? Where will he rank when his career is over?