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Jermaine Dye

Major League Baseball

High School:  Will C. Wood
College:  Cosumnes River

* MLB Career:  15 Years (Atlanta, Kansas City, Oakland, Chicago White Sox)

* 2 Time MLB All-Star (2000, 2006)
World Series Champion (2005)
* World Series MVP (2005)
* Gold Glove Award  (2000)

* Babe Ruth Award (2005)

Jermaine was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 17th round of the 1993 draft.  He made his debut with the Braves, hitting a home run in his first Major League at-bat. He had an outstanding career hitting a total of 325 total home runs with 1,072 RBI's during his 15 year major league career.  He was also a 2-time major league all star representative. 

In 2005, Jermaine led the Chicago White Sox to a World Series Championship.  He batted .274 with 31 home runs and had a slugging percentage of .512.  He was named World Series MVP while batting .438. 


2006 proved to be his best offensive season; he finished second in the American League with 44 home runs, third in slugging at .622, fifth in runs batted in with 120, batted .315, and placed fifth in the Most Valuable Player voting.  He was a catalyst with every team he played for with a career batting average of .274.  He also was a Silver Slugger and Gold Glove award winner. 


Jermaine retired in 2011 and resides in San Diego with his lovely wife Tricia and their 3 kids. Jermaine loves doing charitable work and thrives on helping out kids in the community. You will often find Jermaine out playing golf in various celebrity golf tournaments around the world for a good cause.    

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