Houston Free agent Jermaine Dye had a handful of teams show interest in signing him last winter, including the Milwaukee Brewers. But he just had the feeling that the Chicago White Sox were a team headed somewhere.Dye helped Chicago reach its final destination Wednesday night by knocking in the only run in a 1-0 victory over Houston in Game 4 of the World Series, giving the White Sox a sweep that resulted in their first championship in 88 years. The veteran rightfielder was named most valuable player of the Series after batting .438 with a home run, three runs batted in and a .526 on-base percentage.
World Series Notes; Dye's Job in Series Earns Him Mvp
"I always knew from being around this game long enough that pitching and defense wins," said Dye, who played the previous 3 1/2 seasons with Oakland. "I just knew our starting pitchers and our bullpe...