Not long, as in Seattle leadoff hitter Chone Figgins.
But Dunn made the play in foul ground and otherwise had an uneventful day in left field. The White Sox slugger was scheduled to play left during Thursday's contest against the Royals at Camelback Ranch but got moved to the outfield Wednesday when Dayan Viciedo was removed after having a tooth pulled.
"I knew it was going to happen 100 percent, so it's good to have that one out of the way," Dunn told reporters at the Peoria Sports Complex. "It's harder down here.
Dunn played two games in right field last year for the White Sox and handled the position without an issue. White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Dunn will get time in left and at first base during the course of the 2012 regular season and doesn't want him DH-ing the whole time in Arizona.