Baltimore Orioles first base player Chris Davis, who set a record for the longest success story in MLB history in April, met a very special boy on Saturday in Boston: the 9-year-old boy whose sincere letter inspired him to end the dreaded series.
Henry Frasca, a Red Sox fan, wrote a letter to Davis in April saying: "You are incredible" and "We save you," though both teams are usually considered rivals
His kind words apparently gave Davis the confidence to end his record of 0: 54 from 15 September 2018 to 12 April 2019.
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The idea for the letter came from Henry, a die-hard baseball fan who decided to set him up for a game between the Orioles and Red To bring Sox with his father Gabriel.
"He reads MLB.com before I get up in the morning," said Gabriel Frasca. "The only thing he has no time limit for a device is [the MLB At Bat app] .That would be like taking oxygen away."
His father says they have to ask security guards five times to start hitting where they are. Finally, he met with the field coordinator of Orioles, Tim Cossins, who forwarded the letter to Davis.
EX-BASEBALL-STAR IS CAMPED HOME IN THE INSIDER TRADING CASE, and a die-hard Red Sox fan, "Henry's letter said." There are two things you should know. First, the way you play baseball has nothing to do with how good you are. Besides, you are incredible. You played in the MLB. They have done it a long time and everyone is going through a burglary. Do not give up. We are looking for you.
The letter did not leave Davis's side carrying him around with the Bible since.
On Saturday, when the Orioles traveled to Boston, Davis sent Henry an invitation for the two to meet before the game Saturday between the Red Sox and Orioles, where the young fan received an All-Star treatment.  The duo met in the clubhouse, playing catch, fooling flyballs, throwing souvenirs at the Green Monster, the famous Fenway Wall Park, and Henry, wrapped in an oversized Orioles T-shirt, even got the opportunity to speeze Oriole's pregame show.
When I started to read it, I got a little clogged, "Davis said of the letter he was sitting next to Henry on Satu's day. "I just thought, you know what? Today is the day."
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It was an experience that called Henry "the best day of my life".