2005 World Series MVP Jermaine Dye on the White Sox hot start

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Jermaine Dye reacts to his 3rd inning, 2-run home run off of Dodgers' Randy Wolf. (Scott Strazzante / Chicago Tribune)

Jermaine Dye, White Sox great and 2005 World Series MVP, joins Justin to talk about the White Sox hot start, the importance of starting the season strong, the amazing 2005 World Series season, not having to change his game to fit in on that squad, how that championship team was the tightest group he’s ever been involved with, the reaction from Chicago fans on his success, the tough decision he made to leave the game, what it means to him to still have a presence in Chicago and his upcoming charity golf outing to benefit  Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation.

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