Thursday • July 18
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April and Dale
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Hometown hottie & Maxim cover girl April Rose drops by the studios to let the boys know how she's going to be heating up the rest of the summer. Plus,two time NL MVP Dale Murphy speaks out on the All Star Game, NFL Labor situation & more!
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Sports & Torts: April Rose
From to the cover of Maxim to Internet TV and the Lingerie Football League, April has been one busy lady. Our favorite hometown hottie gives us the details on all that & some of the other projects she’s working on.
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Sports & Torts: Dale Murphy
The seven-time All-Star weighs in on the stars like Derek Jeter who decided to skip the Midsummer Classis. Dale also talks about his Hall of Fame chances, his former managers, and offers an interesting perspective on the NFL Labor situation.
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April Rose
April Rose was born just north of Chicago and currently resides on the city's south side. When she's not playing with her Bullmastiff Sharkey, she is an ambassador for MAXIM, co-hosts a Bears pre-game show, and regularly works as a spokesmodel, model and host.

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Dale Murphy
National League MVP back-to-back in 1982 and 1983. Known as perhaps the best all-around player of his time, Murph collected 5 consecutive Gold Glove Awards and garnered 7 National League All-Star nods as the Center Fielder for the Braves. In 1983, he became the sixth player in ML history to join the 30-30 Club, an elite group of ball players to have at least 30 home runs and 30 stolen bases in one season. Following his first and only season with the Colorado Rockies, Dale retired from baseball with an impressive record of 398 home runs, 1,266 RBI's and a .265 batting average. Throughout his 18 years in the majors, Dale maintained his reputation as one of the most clean-cut players. In 1995, Murphy was named to the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame. In 2000, Dale was admitted into the Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame and his number was retired. A devout Mormon and family man, Dale and his wife, Nancy, are the proud parents of seven sons and one daughter.

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