Chat with Bucky Dent

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Bucky Dent
Dent was a three-time All-Star.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Monday, we'll be chatting with former Yankee Bucky Dent, as the 2011 MLB season gets set for its final two months.

Dent spent 12 seasons in MLB, including parts of six with the New York Yankees. He is probably best remembered for his home run that led the Yankees to win the 1978 AL East tiebreaker over the Boston Red Sox. Dent won World Series titles with the Yankees in 1977-78, winning the 1978 World Series MVP.

This summer, Dent has been helping the SUBWAY Baseball DeSIGNS tour which collects baseballs designed by Little Leaguers and autographed by celebrities to be auctioned off to benefit the Little League Urban Initiative. Celebrities that have autographed baseballs this year include the cast of "Glee," Katy Perry, Zac Efron, Ashley Greene, Blake Griffin, Michael Phelps, Ryan Howard, and Drew Brees, among others.

Send your questions now and join Dent Monday at 3 p.m. ET!

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