Orioles' Davis makes long-ball donation

December 24, 1991

Orioles first baseman Glenn Davis presented a check for $10,000 -- representing $1,000 for each of the home runs he hit this past season -- to four local charities yesterday.

The charities are The Door, a community-based family center and ministry run by former Colts lineman Joe Ehrmann, the Maryland Food Bank, the Maryland Special Olympics and the House of Ruth, a home for battered women and children.

In addition to his pledge of $1,000 for every home run, Davis contributed more than $20,000 worth of Orioles game tickets that were distributed to needy children.

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