Lindsay Buchholz, wife of Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz, called in to talk about The 2nd Annual Buchholz Bowl..
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The 2nd Annual BUCHHOLZ BOWL
TOMORROW 6pm-10pm @ LUCKY STRIKE LANES
Starting today, join Clay and Lindsay Buchholz, and their growing team of avid supporters — which includes past and present Red Sox players, Hollywood celebrities, Boston businesses and fans from around the world — in this important cause by uploading inspiring photos and words of encouragement to your Instagram and Twitter accounts using the hashtag #HopeBowl.
Your photos and messages will be live-streamed during the Buchholz Bowl on July 31, creating a “virtual” blanket that entwines the stories of everyone who participates.
To extend the reach beyond the event, the photos will then be downloaded and sewn into physical blankets for children in need, thanks to the foundation’s partner, Binkeez for Comfort.
The Clay Buchholz Foundation aims to improve the lives of children with cancer, life-threatening illnesses and autism with health, educational and sports opportunities.
Matt Siegel, better known to Bostonians as “Matty in the Morning,” has ruled the ratings in the Boston market since he first arrived at KISS 108! Matty’s unique interview style and insightful yet sarcastic commentary has allowed him the good fortune of winning the coveted National Association of Broadcaster’s Marconi Award for Personality of the Year, not once, but twice.
The Matty Show’s signature segment is the wildly popular “Right Now,” where Matty takes live callers and helps listeners with whatever is going on in their lives! In addition to his national awards, Matty has been inducted into the Massachusetts Radio Hall of Fame. When he is not on the air making New Englanders laugh during their brutal morning commute, Matty spends a great deal of his free time on the golf course attempting to lower his handicap.