The Penthouse Club of Baltimore Throws-In On Supporting Baltimore Oriole's Chris Davis To Garner Fan Support
Baltimore, Maryland – April 9, 2019 – It doesn’t take long before baseball fans start to show their displeasure with a ballplayer falling into a batting slump. Such is the case with Baltimore Oriole fans and the lack of hits by Chris Davis. He signed a lucrative contract with the Orioles, but so far has failed to deliver any spectacular results, and the fans are getting very annoyed. In fact, during last Thursday’s home opener, he was booed resoundingly by the home fans.
It is vital that the fans show they are behind Chris Davis, as he could use their moral support. It will energize his efforts. Brian Shulman of The Penthouse Club of Baltimore has always been a big Orioles fan and hopes to provide some fan momentum by offering Free Lapdances on the day Chris gets his first hit of the season.
For nearly a decade, Eugenio Velez owned an obscure place in baseball infamy all to himself. But not anymore. In the annals of Major League history, Chris Davis now stands alone.
By going hitless in five trips to the plate during Baltimore’s 12-4 win over the A’s on Monday, Davis stretched his hitless streak to a Major League-record 49 consecutive at- bats dating back to last season. Davis lined out three times to set the mark, which Velez held since the 2011 season, then struck out looking in his final two at – bats to extend it. All told, his at-bats took center stage on a night the Orioles set some history of their own while snapping a four-game losing streak.
Davis’ last hit came on Sept. 14, 2018, a double against White Sox righty James Shields. Since then, he’s gone 56 plate appearances without a knock, just one away from the big-league record set by Tony Bernazard in 1974. Davis is now 0-for-29 in 2019. The Penthouse Club of Baltimore
Is looking forward to celebrating his first hit of the season, hopefully soon.
The 33-year-old first baseman is under contract with the Orioles through 2022. He has said repeatedly that he won’t quit, and Orioles officials have consistently expressed support for Davis over the past weeks and months. But leading up to Monday, Davis’ ordeal re-captured the attention of a national audience, many of whom remember his recent All-Star form.
The fans have one thing to say… Come-on Chris, hit that ball!
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