Jermaine Dye

Chicago White Sox #23 - Designated Hitter

  • Born: 01/28/74
  • Age: 47
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 245

Flashback: Game 163

The Blackout Game resonates even today.

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #43 Orlando Hudson


Orlando Thill Hudson | 2B | 2002 - 2005 Orlando Hudson was born December 12, 1977, in Darlington, South Carolina. He played baseball, basketball, and football (quarterback and punter) in high...

Braves Throwback Thursday: Worst offseason trades in Atlanta history


The Braves have made some bad deals over the years

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #60 Shaun Marcum


We have done this little exercise a few times over the years, each time changing the ranking method. I’m less interested in the exact order than in talking about the players. Especially in the back...

Lookout Landing Podcast 142: Andrea Williams discusses her upcoming Effa Manley biography


The author, baseball fan, and former employee of the Negro Leagues museum covers a range of topics before reading a passage from the book

Starting Nine: No business is as deflating as the business of baseball


Diving into the latest as the owners and union seem headed for another winter of discontent. Plus, the nine biggest stars the Braves have traded away since their move to Atlanta

Baseball history unpacked, October 26


Scenes from the rich tapestry of the game.

Rival Roundup, Vol. 2: Grifol, DKB enter divisional manager race


Plus, some news on which defenders led baseball in an extremely specific metric.

This Day in Yankees History: The greatest World Series comeback


The Yankees stun the Braves at home, knotting up the 1996 World Series

NLCS offers a chance for Braves to even playoff record against Dodgers


These teams have only met in the postseason three times, and the last two have gone LA’s way

Jordan Walker: Comps for a 6’5” Third Baseman


Its not easy to find comparables for an athletic 6’5" third baseman. We give it a try and come out with a cautionary tale and one crazy optimistic comp.

Starting Nine: Millwood, Giles and Braves’ hidden gems taken after fifth round


MLB’s scaled-down draft means fewer late picks blossoming into star, so we’re focusing on those past players that become exactly that for Atlanta.