Jermaine Dye has struggled twice since July 28 and is slugging .267 and has an OPS of .542 since the All Star break. Jermaine Dye hit .329 during the month of June. Since then he has hit .245 in July, .189 in August and .149 in September. He hasn’t hit over .300 since hitting .302 on Jul. 18. Two months later he is hitting .251 as of today. Dye has been mentioned in trade rumors for a long time and his performance this season won’t help his chances of staying with the White Sox. He has hit only two homers in his last 145 at bats. He has hit those two homers since July 28 and has slugged .267 in August and .170 in September. This season Dye has struck out 104 times despite batting 108 fewer times than last season when he finished the season with 104 strikeouts. Three se ...
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