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Clay Buchholz's Wife Was a "Deal or No Deal" Suitcase Model

Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz enjoyed a nice 13-year career in The Show, making two American League All-Star teams and winning the World Series in 2013.

Although his feats on the baseball diamond were great, Buchholz's biggest achievement may have come off the field.

The MLB pitcher settled down and married the beautiful Lindsay Clubine.

Clay Buchholz's Wife

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Clay Buchholz and his wife Lindsay Clubine tied the knot at the Trump National Golf Club in Palos Verdes, California, in 2009.

The happy couple was introduced by Donald Trump himself in 2008. They met at an after party event following an UFC fight in Anaheim, California, according to The Boston Globe.

Clay and Lindsay Buchholz have three children together: daughters Landri and Colbi Dawn, and son Jax Daniel Buchholz.

Clubine and Trump met through the popular TV show "Deal or No Deal," where Trump was featured as a celebrity banker and Clubine was a suitcase model.

Per USA Today, Buchholz is a Trump supporter and considers the 45th President of the United States to be a personal friend.

The couple also experienced controversy when Clubine's nude photos were leaked to social media after being stolen from her cell phone, according to TMZ.

Clay Buchholz's Baseball Career

Clay Daniel Buchholz grew up in Texas and attended college at McNeese State University. He made his Major League Baseball debut in 2007 as a member of the Red Sox after his time in the minor leagues with the Portland Sea Dogs.

Incredibly, Buchholz threw a no-hitter in just his second MLB appearance in a game against the Baltimore Orioles.

Buchholz spent 10 seasons with the Red Sox, including spring training, pitching against the New York Yankees, and winning a World Series ring with the club in 2013.

The right-hander joined the Philadelphia Phillies in 2017 on a one-year deal. He then spent one season with the Arizona Diamondbacks before joining the Toronto Blue Jays in 2019, his last year in the pros.

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