The way Adam Dunn sees it, the White Sox added two key players this offseason: Alex Rios and Adam Dunn.

Those former All-Stars contributed almost nothing last season, so you see where Dunn is going with this.

"We made two pretty good moves," Dunn said Saturday at SoxFest. "That was hopefully getting me and Alex back. That's the way I'm looking at it. We pretty much have the same team. We lost a couple of key players [Mark Buehrle, Carlos Quentin, Sergio Santos]. We have guys capable of stepping in and filling that role and do a little better. That's what we're expecting."

Looking healthy, rested and somewhat lighter — although he couldn't say how much because he doesn't step on a scale — the 6-6, 285-pound (as listed) home run king gone missing signed autographs before taking questions from media. He was vague about his offseason routine, which involved working out and light indoor hitting.

"We're doing some good things,'' he said.