D-backs fund-raiser aids Children's Hospital
SEP 17, 2013 11:58a ET
have raised $281,000
For the fourth straight year, FOX Sports Arizona is teaming up with the Arizona Diamondbacks for their annual fundraising broadcast. This year's collaboration, during the Tuesday, Sept. 17, broadcast against the Los Angeles Dodgers, will support Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.
For $44, fans will get one of the 2,500 Paul Goldschmidt limited-edition prints and two tickets to a D-backs game, with all proceeds going to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
In addition to the limited-edition print and two lower-level tickets, 15 lucky fans will win Paul Goldschmidt autographed memorabilia -- and one lucky fan will win a Meet and Greet with Paul Goldschmidt.
-- 5 fans will win an autographed gold Goldy bobblehead
-- 5 fans will win an autographed Goldy baseball
-- 5 fans will win an autographed Goldy jersey
-- 1 fan will win a Meet and Greet with Goldy (package comes with four best-in-house seats, opportunity to watch the D-backs take batting practice from the field and a meet and greet with Paul during batting practice, date to be mutually agreed upon based on schedules)
The past three D-backs/FOX Sports Arizona broadcast fundraisers have combine to raise more than a quarter of a million dollars to support local charities.
FOX Sports Arizona's coverage begins Tuesday at 6 p.m. from Chase Field.
September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, and this telecast will lend support to Goldschmidt and his wife, Amy, who are actively involved with the Pediatric Cancer Unit at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. On Sunday, Amy will be a guest with Jody Jackson and Cindy Brunson on the “Diamondbacks Live” pre-game show at 12:30 p.m. to discuss their efforts to help PCH. Then on Tuesday, Paul and Amy will have a sit-down interview to tell why they became involved with PCH and how fans can lend their support to one of the top children’s hospitals in the country.
During next Tuesday’s game telecast, Jake Harvey will join Steve Berthiaume and Bob Brenly in the booth and talk about the support he received from the Goldschmidts while he was a patient at Phoenix Children’s Hospital undergoing treatment for leukemia.