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Guillen expects best from team

Chicago manager demands hustle

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / September 5, 2006

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He touts his own player, Jermaine Dye, for American League MVP, probably because Dye plays the game the way Ozzie Guillen wants it played: all-out, every day. Dye plays hard, plays defense, is a great hitter, and carried the White Sox when Jim Thome was out with a hamstring injury. Manager Guillen rewarded him by keeping him in the No. ... (Full article: 1011 words)

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