Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis has become the most expensive MLB field ornament of all time, costing the club over $2 million since he last recorded a hit – much less banged one of his signature home runs. Davis Rakes in $142k Every Game Just this week, the slugger (swinger?) earned the dubious distinction of having the longest-ever streak of hitless at-bats in the history of Major League Baseball. Davis whiffed his way past the previous record of 46 hitless at-bats set by Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Eugenio Vélez in 2011. Davis’ current streak is 49 – and counting.

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