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Dunn Back To Reds Unlikely; Reds Looking At OFs

The Cincinnati Reds are still looking for outfield help, and a left-handed bat isn't off the table.

Mark Sheldon of MLB.com wrote that much of the Reds' search has focused on a right-handed bat, but since the market is drying up, the Reds are willing to look toward the other side of the plate.

"We're open minded about it," Reds general manager Walt Jocketty told Sheldon.

One slugger who could be on that list is former Red Adam Dunn, who was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in August 2008, though Jocketty is pessimistic.

"I doubt it," Jocketty told Sheldon when asked about the possibility of Dunn returning to Cincinnati. "Especially at the price he's looking for."

One name Sheldon listed was right fielder Bobby Abreu, but Jocketty said he hasn't recently spoken with Abreu's agent.


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