HOUSTON -- Jermaine Dye may never display his hammer-wielding skills on HGTV, but he's creating quite a reputation as a handyman.
When Dye starts a project, he tends to complete it. And the 2005 World Series will forever be his signature exhibit after earning MVP honors in the Chicago White Sox's four-game sweep of the Houston Astros.
The veteran outfielder drove in the first run of the Series with an opposite-field home run in Game 1. And in Wednesday's Game 4, his RBI single in ...
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