Jermaine Dye played 145 games his first season with the Chicago White Sox in 2005 and batted .274 with 31 home runs, slugged .512 and stole 11 bases in regular season play, and was named World Series MVP, batting .438 with one home run and three RBIs. 2006 proved to be his best offensive season; he finished second in the league with 44 home runs, third in slugging at .622, fifth in runs batted in with 120, batted .315, and placed fifth in AL Most Valuable Player voting. In 2008 for the division champion White Sox, he finished second in the American League with 77 extra-base hits and batting .292 with 34 home runs overall. Jermaine Dye has signed this Chicago White Sox jersey. All RSF Memorabilia items come with a tamper evident certificate of authenticity hologram.