For what it's worth (from Sporting News):
Jermaine Dye - OF, Athletics Aug. 17, 10:38 a.m.
Before breaking his leg in the 2001 postseason, Dye was a renowned second-half hitter. But that has changed. Offensively and defensively, Dye is looking like a tired player, one who played just 78 games last season and was burdened with the task of making up for the losses of Jason Giambi and Miguel Tejada in recent years.
Fantasy Source spin: Dye is batting .218 in the second half. Don’t look for a major turnaround.