MONDAY: ESPN's Jerry Crasnick talked to Astros GM Ed Wade, who said Dunn "was never an item of discussion for us." The Astros are also not involved on Bobby Abreu. The Astros don't have money to spend and would use it on pitching if they did.
SUNDAY: According to Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune, the Astros may be planning to offer Adam Dunn a one-year contract before camp begins. Rogers writes,
"Dunn, a 40-homer man for five straight seasons, would allow the Astros to move Hunter Pence to center field and Michael Bourn to the bench. That would mean a huge lift to run-production. Dunn has multi-year offers on the table, including one from Washington, but clearly isn't crazy about them."
It remains to be seen whether Dunn would seriously consider a one-year deal or not. For a recap, here's a write up on the market for the unsigned slugger.