Chicago White Sox Adam Dunn Runs Home to Texas

Why “home” has a dual meaning to this baseball star

Adam Dunn, Chicago White Sox player nicknamed “Big Donkey,” may be among the major league leaders every season in number of pitches per at bat, but for him “run home” has a dual meaning. When baseball season finishes, Dunn leaves Chicago and rushes home to Texas. To Dunn, the difference between Chicago and Texas is likened to a house vs. a home.

In this edition of Coldwell Banker Home Field Advantage, Adam and Rachel Dunn give us a tour of their Texas home where they enjoy a pool, media room and plenty of outdoor activities. While Dunn shows off his baseball memorabilia collection, one of his proudest keepsakes is his oldest son’s first jersey, now much too small.

Just as Dunn is comfortable at the plate, home to him is where he can relax. To Dunn, “when everyone’s together and we’re here, it’s perfect.”

Catch Dunn’s home tour in the video below, or check out the homes of other Major League Baseball players in the Coldwell Banker Home Field Advantage series.

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Victoria Keichinger is the Vice President, Brand Marketing for Coldwell Banker Real Estate. When she's not managing national media and advertising for the Coldwell Banker brand at work, she finds herself most at home in Jersey City, NJ with her pre-school crush turned spouse and son. A true Francophile, she loves to travel and will go anywhere there are ski slopes.

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