Michael Lewis: 7-year-old Baylor needs help to survive

Twelve days ago Berkeleyside published a post that bestselling Berkeley author Michael Lewis had put on his Facebook page. It was about Baylor Fredrickson, a 7-year-old boy who has cancer and needs a bone marrow transplant, very soon, to survive. Lewis, who coached Baylor’s Little League team, has followed up with a visit to the boy and made a short video.

Share it with as many people as you can to help this young boy with his beautiful smile. The hashtag for the campaign is #Rally4Bay. Here’s Lewis:


Learn more about the campaign to find a donor match for Baylor on A Match for Bay on Facebook. (Volunteers for the campaign are at Well Grounded Tea & Coffee Bar at 6925 Stockton Ave. in El Cerrito until 1pm today.)

Related:
Michael Lewis: Save a 7-year-old’s life, feel like a million dollars (06.02.14)

Michael Lewis is the bestselling author of ‘Liar’s Poker,’ ‘The New New Thing,’ ‘Moneyball,’ and ‘The Blind Side,’ among other books. His most recent book is ‘Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt.’ Lewis last wrote for Berkeleyside about the Albany-Berkeley Girls Softball League

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  • Jenny

    Check the headline spelling!

  • emraguso

    What are we missing?

  • http://berkeleyside.com Tracey Taylor

    The headline was correct. The boy’s name is Bay, short for Baylor. I think a lot of people assumed we meant “Boy.” I have changed it to read Baylor to avoid any possible confusion.