White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn is batting .353 (6-for-17) with three home runs against left-handed pitching this spring.
By way of comparison, Dunn hit just .064 (6-for-94) with one extra-base hit against left-handers for the entire 2011 campaign.
Dunn has five home runs in 51 spring at-bats, which means he's going deep once every 10.2 at-bats. Last season, he hit just 11 home runs in 496 at-bats. That will pencil out to one home run for every 45.0 at-bats.
I'm not sure what any of this means for this season, but Dunn has looked more like the slugger he's been throughout his career this spring. Lifetime, he homers once every 14 at-bats on average. The White Sox will be a much better offensive team if he can get back to his career norm.