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Eisenhower High School graduate Bill Madlock (right) greets a fan during an autograph session on Monday night at the Corn Crib in Normal.

DECATUR, Ill. (WAND) -- Four-time National League batting champion Bill Madlock joins WAND's Gordon Voit for a multi-part interview that ranges in topics from his memories growing up playing at Decatur's Mueller Park to hitting his first high school home run for Eisenhower at Fans Field to how he got the nickname "Mad Dog".

Part 1: "Decatur Roots"

Part 2: "Turning Pro"

[VIDEO: BILL MADLOCK ON WAND SPORTS, PARTS 1 &2]

Stay tuned to WAND Sports for Parts 3 and 4, in which Madlock discusses his coaching endeavors in Las Vegas where he lives, plus the state of baseball as it moves away from contact hitting (Madlock's expertise) and toward home runs and strikeouts!