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We kick off the month of May with Miss May - Playboy Playmate Dani Mathers. Plus, an in-depth chat with Expos and Cubs legend Andre Dawson.

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Sports and Torts: Playboy's Miss May Dani Mathers

The 27-year old blonde beauty from Los Angeles has been compared to Pamela Anderson, and she loves the comparison! Dani has appeared in the pages of Playboy before, but finally joins the ranks of the Playmates as Miss May 2014!
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Andre Dawson

He was a superstar north of the border, setting records for the Expos. But most baseball fans, David included, remember him from his time playing for the Cubs, including his 1987 MVP season.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Dani Mathers
Dani Mathers describes herself as “spontaneous and wild”, and she’s got the record to back it up. In her years with Playboy, she’s posed for several pictorials and videos, the cover of Girls of Summer, and also on four of our TV shows – Playboy Trip: Patagonia, Badass, Playboy’s Beach House and Camp Playboy. She’s petite at 5’1” and a hundred pounds, with blonde hair, brown eyes and a couple of tattoos – a heart on her wrist and the words bella faccia – Italian for ‘pretty face’ – on her foot. Dani is a model and actress – she plays Danica on The Bold and the Beautiful, and here at Playboy, she plays the role of Cybergirl of the Month, and finally, the top-tier role of Playmate - Miss May 2014.

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Andre Dawson
During a 21-year baseball career, he played for four different teams as a center and right fielder, spending most of his career with the Montreal Expos (1976–1986) and Chicago Cubs (1987–1992).

An 8-time National League (NL) All-Star, he was named the league's Rookie of the Year in 1977 after batting .282 with 19 home runs and 65 runs batted in (RBI), and won the Most Valuable Player Award in 1987 after leading the league with 49 homers and 137 RBI; he had been runner-up for the award in both 1981 and 1983. He batted .300 five times, drove in 100 runs four times and had 13 seasons of 20 home runs. A strong baserunner early in his career, he also stole 30 bases three times. He is one of eight MLB players with at least 300 home runs and 300 stolen bases during his career.

Dawson was a center fielder until knee problems – worsened by the artificial surface at Olympic Stadium – forced his shift to right field, followed by his move to a team which played on grass. He led the NL in outfield putouts three consecutive years (1981–1983), and won eight Gold Glove Awards for fielding excellence. Upon his retirement, his NL totals of 409 home runs and 962 extra base hits both ranked tenth in league history; he also ranked seventh in NL history in games as an outfielder (2,303), and sixth in both outfield putouts (5,116) and total chances (5,366). He set Expos franchise records for career games, at bats, runs scored, hits, doubles, triples, home runs, runs batted in, extra base hits, total bases and steals, all of which have since been broken variously by Tim Raines, Tim Wallach and Vladimir Guerrero. Dawson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 25, 2010


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