PHOENIX -- In support of the Phoenix Children's Hospital, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation is teaming up with FOX Sports Arizona on Tuesday to raise funds through a donation hotline during the broadcast of the D-backs' game against the Dodgers at Chase Field.
Fans who call 602-462-3899 and make at least a $44 donation will receive a limited-edition Paul Goldschmidt keepsake print and two lower-level tickets to a 2013 D-backs home game. The phone lines will open during the pregame show beginning at 6 p.m. MST and remain open until the end of the postgame show.
If fans are unable to attend one of the remaining 2013 games, they will have the option to donate the tickets, and the D-backs will give the unused tickets to patients and families at the hospital to attend a game during the last homestand of the season from Sept. 27-29.
Although only 2,500 Goldschmidt prints are available, donations will be accepted at any time. The keepsake highlights Goldschmidt as a member of the 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Additionally, 15 fans who give will win Goldschmidt autographed memorabilia while one fan will win a Meet and Greet with the first baseman.
In just the last three years, the FOX Sports Arizona broadcast fundraiser with the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation has generated $281,000 for the community.
Tyler Emerick is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.