Brady, Baker Get Buzz Cuts to Support Cancer Research

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker have something in common - matching haircuts.

Brady and Baker were among those who got buzz cuts Thursday at Quincy's Granite Telecommunications to help raise money for a good cause. The event, "Saving By Shaving," is an annual fundraiser to help raise money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Brady was a surprise guest at this year's event, which has helped raise $14.7 million dollars for Dana-Farber over the past four years. This was Baker's fourth year participating in the event.

Baker sat next to the quarterback during the haircuts and joked that the cameras would all probably be focused on Brady.

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Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch and state representatives Tim Whelan, Paul Tucker, Michael Day, Joe McGonagle and David Muradian also participated in the event.