LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — Former Henry Clay pitcher and Dodgers standout Walker Buehler returned to Lexington this week to host his 2d annual charity golfing day trip at Lexington Nation Membership.
The development advantages “Box of Genes” a charity began through Walker’s teammate Wealthy Hill.
Wealthy misplaced his son Brooks to an extraordinary illness and that’s why he and his spouse Caitlin began Box of Genes to fund Dr. Sweetser’s analysis into a wide selection of uncommon illnesses at Mass Common.
Buehler, the 25-year-old Lexington local, went 14-Four with a three.26 ERA in 30 begins, putting out 215 and strolling 37 in 182 0.33 innings and used to be named to the Nationwide League All-Superstar Crew
Within the post-season, he used to be the Dodgers’ stopper. Buehler allowed one hit over six scoreless innings, putting out 8 and strolling 3 in a 6-Zero victory over the Nationals in Recreation 1 and he used to be even higher in Recreation 5.
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