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Jermaine Dye talks about returning to Chicago

Jermaine Dye, the 2005 World Series MVP, threw out the first pitch before Saturday's White Sox-Indians game.
Via CSN Chicago
3 days ago

Jermaine Dye explains his charity golf tournament

Former White Sox outfielder Jermaine Dye talks about his upcoming golf tournament in June for the Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation.
Via CSN Chicago
3 days ago

2005 World Series MVP Dye pays team a visit

Jermaine Dye, the Most Valuable Player of the 2005 White Sox World Series championship sweep of Houston, threw out a ceremonial first pitch prior to Saturday night's game against the Indians at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Via WhiteSox.com
3 days ago

Back on the South Side, Jermaine Dye always happy to relive memories of 2005

Jermaine Dye, the 2005 World Series MVP for the White Sox, still has people thanking him when he's in Chicago, like he was for Saturday's game.
Via CSN Chicago
3 days ago

The Disappearing Trade Value of Ryan Braun

It’s possible not to have noticed Ryan Braun last season, but the 32-year-old had a pretty good year. He hit 30 homers, put up a 133 wRC+, and produced just over three wins. There was some talk during the season that Braun might be traded, and a trade that would have sent Yasiel Puig to Milwaukee might have been close. At the time, trading Braun made a lot of sense for the Brewers...
Via Fangraphs
December 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Braves rewind: Whatever happened to...Jermaine Dye?

Let's take a look back at Braves from years past. Hitting a home run in your major-league debut is always memorable, but especially so when it's also your first major-league at-bat. That's what Jermaine Dye did for the Braves on May 17, 1996 against the Reds. The 22-year-old outfielder, taken in the 1993 draft, would play in 98 games that year with 12 homers and a .281 avg. Dye...
Via Talking Chop
May 23, 2016

Paul Konerko’s Greatest Moments: #6

 6. Jermaine Dye and Paul Konerko hit back-to-back 300th Homers This is just amazing. At first, fans were excited to see the first pair of back-to-back homers for the White Sox that season. But then, it was reported that Dye and Konerko were the first teammates to ever each hit a century homer in the same game, let alone the first to ever do it back-to-back. At the time, the home...
Via Sports Mockery
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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