As the Chicago Cubs try to win their first World Series since 1908, the MVP from the 2005 Series, Chicago White Sox slugger Jermaine Dye, joins the “Mean” and says he’s all in when it comes to cheering for a Northsiders’ championship! Jermaine explains his admiration for Cubs’ Manager Joe Maddon, whom he describes as a great example of a “players’ manager.” He also talks about what the World Series meant to him and Chicago a decade ago, and what a Cubs championship would mean to the city in 2016!
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