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29. Jermaine Dye

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A driving force behind the 2005 World Series win, Dye hit 30-plus homers in three of his five Sox seasons. He batted .438 in the World Series against the Astros. His best season in Chicago was 2006 when he hit 44 homers and finished fifth in MVP voting.