Sara Walsh's Married Life With Major League Pitcher Husband, Matt Buschmann

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Sara Walsh's Married Life With Major League Pitcher Husband, Matt Buschmann

Have you ever heard about any television celebrity who got married with the help of a matchmaker? If you haven’t, you must read the marriage story of ESPN’s sportscaster, Sara Walsh, and her husband.

Sara Walsh married major league pitcher for Arizona Diamondbacks, Matt Buschmann in 2014. The couple married in Sarasota, after dating for two years. Before moving further let’s have a look at some of the wedding pictures of the couple.

Their Wedding, Married Life, and Husband-Wife:

Sara first met Matt when she was working for a Local TV station in Nashville and Matt was the Vanderbilt Pitcher. Sara had often taken interview of Matt during that time.

Caption: The lovely bride, Sara Walsh with groom, Matt Buschmann

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Caption: Sara Walsh with her guest in marriage

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Who was the match-maker in Sara and Matt’s story?

The real incentive for the relation of Sara and Matt is Matt’s contemporary David Prince. When Matt knew that Sara was to interview David, he asked David to convey his hello to the anchor, Sara. And when she heard about Matt’s greeting she excitedly expressed her love. Similarly, David also abruptly revealed about Matt’s affection towards her.

The navigator of Matt’s story, David then approached Matt to follow Sara on Twitter and to talk with her.  Despite his shyness, Matt summoned the courage to text Sara.

However, he was confused about what should he include in the text. The boyfriend turned husband; Matt shared that funny moment about how he struggled to construct a sentence in an interview with thebiglead.com. He said,

“Like any other guy, I spent an hour trying to construct the greatest, most intelligent, funny line that you would imagine her sitting there laughing

You may be curious to know what he actually texted at last, don’t you??  Well, let me tell you that, he ended with the simple and casual text at last.

“Well hello there Sara, it’s been a while since the good ole days in Nashville.”

How they manage to keep the relation healthy??

The relation that started with the text has come a long way now. As both Sara and husband, Matt has a profession that requires a lot of travel. Sara has to go different places to cover the stories while Matt has to go places for sports. But the couple has been able to maintain the relation very well. Matt expressed about the understanding nature of Sara in an interview with courier-journal.com.  He said,

"But we make it work, and I'm just very grateful because she understands that I'm trying to chase something. It's just tough because it's not like she ever had a chance to be with me throughout the whole season."

 The couple is indeed very happy with each other’s presence in life. If we browse through the social media of this couple, we can find numerous photos of them posing together. Here are some of such posts we chose for our viewers.

 

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They look cute together, don’t they?

Besides her personal life, Sara is serving as a sportscaster for ESPN since 2010. She is also seen in the NFL season during the penalty shoots out. Sara is the former soccer player at the University of Florida. Born on April 12, 1998, Sara grew in Tampa Bay area and graduated from Gulf high school.

Sara Walsh's Short Bio:

Born on April 12, 1998, Sara grew in Tampa Bay area and graduated from Gulf high school. Sara is serving as a sportscaster for ESPN since 2010. Prior to ESPN, Sara worked for WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C where she co-hosted the show “Monday Night Live”.

She also worked in WPGA in Macon, Georgia. She is also seen in the NFL season during the penalty shoots out. Sara is the former soccer player at the University of Florida. She is currently the host of Sportscenter on ESPN.