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The Steve Dahl Show – May 17, 2018 – Sample

Stever is medicated and back in action today but staying home. Dag and Brendan fill Steve in on yesterday’s radio show. Ask Janet is all about Brendan’s dick, silicone rings, and her Mother’s Day gift.

The Steve Dahl Show – May 14th, 2018 – Sample

Steve, Brendan, and Dag had an awesome Mother’s Day weekend! The Dahl family treated Janet to a very special gift! Stever is going to fulfill his dream of being a Grand Marshall in the LaGrange Pet Parade! Brendan is shocked Dag’s never had a rainbow cone!

Happy Mother’s Day

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When my parents dropped me off at college, both gave some parting advice. The advice I got from my mom was the important kind; Study hard. Everything in moderation. Call if you need help with your laundry. That kind of stuff.

I’ll never forget what my dad said.

“The only way you win in Co-ed softball is if the girls can play. The only reason we ever won anything is because we had your mother.”

Mom could rake.

One of my earliest memories is wandering around some softball complex as a very small toddler knowing my parents were out there on the field. Mostly, hunting down that fifth snow cone. I’m sure someone was in charge of watching me.

Mom played second base. She had the side arm thing down. Her dad was an Army General with three older boys. Mom was the youngest by a good number and I’d guess that after the boys moved out, my grandfather still wanted to play catch in the back yard.

He taught my Mom to throw side arm. “Wouldn’t hurt your arm later in life,” he said. He might have been right.

Mom is [age is just a number, don’t worry about it] but she still plays catch. Still hits a whiffle like nobody’s business. She’s a little pull happy, but Tony Gwynn loved to go to the left side, too.

Thanks for everything, Mom.

Happy Mother’s Day from US Cellular

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First and foremost, Happy Mother’s Day to all. Mom took us to practice, she brought the orange slices, she told us it was OK when we struck out.

White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier took a minute to thank his mom and gave a few gift recommendations in case you’re a bit behind.