Washington Nationals hefty first baseman Adam Dunn drilled Cleveland Indians rookie catcher Carlos Santana in a collision at home plate Sunday. Dunn, a 6-foot-7, 287-pound giant, came trucking around third base and had no shot of being thrown out at home plate on a base hit, but Santana regrettably forgot to get out of the way. With a guy of Dunn's size, though, standing on top of home plate proved to be a pretty costly rookie mistake. Click here for the gif of Dunn flattening Santana. The Dunn train caused some damage in Cleveland, but it will not stop there. It has many more stops on the Nationals’ road trip, beginning in Detroit this week.