Montana Semmel on the Rob Dibble Show

During the Covid-19 Pandemic we have seen many people step up, but at 18 years old, Montana Semmel, a pitching prospect of the New York Yankees, stepped up in a big way. He has started a fundraiser to help staff at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, Connecticut, where his cousin is one of the head nurses. His father is a fireman and his mother is a police dispatcher, and he wanted to do what he could to give back to front-line heroes. In the interview Montana talks about where to go to donate and help out as well as his baseball career.

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