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11-year-old St. Jude patient currently outpicking FOX NFL SUNDAY analyst Terry Bradshaw in friendly season-long competition On Sunday,11-year-old St. Jude Children's Research Hospital patient Markell paid a visit to the set of FOX NFL SUNDAY to see Terry Bradshaw, Michael Strahan, Jimmie Johnson and the entire on-air crew to help raise awareness for kids battling cancer at St. Jude, the nation's No. 1 children's cancer hospital.

During the 2010 NASCAR on FOX season, FOX Sports Supports proudly aligned with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in honor of the late Tom Murphy from Sprint, who served as the Sprint VP of Corporate Branding for its NASCAR Division and a big supporter of RMHC. The partnership helped to nearly double RMHC web traffic on race days and prompted Sprint Cup driver Kasey Kahne to personally donate $50,000. He also challenged his fans to visit www.drivetocare.org to help raise $500,000 to put a new Ronald McDonald Care Mobile clinic on the road traveling to neighborhoods where children do not have access to proper health care.

(Note: Schedule Subject to Change; All Times 4:00 PM Eastern Unless Noted) Saturday, April 10, 2010 (*3:00 PM ET) New York Yankees at Tampa Bay Rays St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers

This season, FOX Sports Supports has elected to promote Ronald McDonald House Charities as its official NASCAR on FOX charity. FOX Sports Supports selected Ronald McDonald House Charities in honor of the late Tom Murphy from Sprint Nextel. Tom, who was Nextel's VP of Corporate Branding for its NASCAR Division, which oversees Sprint's sponsorship of NASCAR's premier racing series, was an active supporter of Ronald McDonald House Charities. Among its many impressive services, Ronald McDonald house provides children and families a place to stay while undergoing medical treatment away from home. Beginning with the Daytona 500, NASCAR on FOX will use in-race and/or prerace mentions, both verbal and graphic, as well as public service announcements (PSAs) with on-air personalities to inform, educate and solicit support for Ronald McDonald House Charities.