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Jeff Bauman, Red Sox friends pitch in for kids

Jeff Bauman shakes hands with John Lackey as (from left) Clay Buchholz, Tim Wakefield, and Jason Varitek look on.

Yoon S. Byun/Globe staff

Jeff Bauman shakes hands with John Lackey as (from left) Clay Buchholz, Tim Wakefield, and Jason Varitek look on.

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Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman was a red carpet guest at the Pitching in for Kids Celebrity Poker Party & Kick-Off Celebration, which was held at the Revere Hotel Monday night. He was joined by current and former Red Sox guys including John Lackey, Clay Buchholz, Tim Wakefield, and Jason Varitek. The night of poker raised money for programs for local kids.

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