From the DDN:

For the series, Dunn was on base 12 times — a home run, a single, two doubles, six walks, two hit by pitches.

“I’m getting more and more excited managing Adam Dunn,” said Nationals manager Jim Riggleman. “He is in his prime. He took a lot of walks in this series. When you come back to where you grew up (baseball-wise), there is a tendency to try to hit everything out of the park. He didn’t ever go out of the strike zone.”

On the year, Dunn is hitting .285/.417/.580.

But he doesn’t provide veteran leadership.