"It all boils down to once we got crowded in the outfield and I started playing every couple of days," Dye said. "Before we got crowded, I was already in a couple-weeks slump. It was just a situation that built up.
"Having everyone rotate between the outfield and DH, doing all that, I think it made it that much tougher than being in the lineup every day, trying to work your way out of a slump. It just kind of piled up and piled up."
Dye manages to push three falsehoods in two paragraphs here. Talk about piling up — he starts out with a minor misrepresentation and ends up destroying any semblance of a case.