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Wake Up With Jermaine Dye Hitting A Walk-Off Home Run (2005)

Throwing it back to the 2005 World Series champion White Sox — Jermaine Dye, who hit 31 bombs that year, taking Brendan Donnelly top tits to send the Chicago faithful home happy. Dye made it on the Hall of Fame ballot in 2015 and ended up with a solid 0.0% of the vote, but we’re gonna shake that off and recognize a pretty damn good major league career for a second. Dye finished fifth for the American League MVP award in 2006, capping off a World Series title with 44 bombs, 120 RBI and a 1.020 OPS. It’s a shame that he’d be out of the league just three years later at the age of 35, despite averaging 31 doubles, 30 homers and 85 RBI from 2007 through his final season of 2009.