NEVER SEEN BEFORE? Whistler whistles the national anthem in front of thousands.

Although Orioles fans have seen their fair share of Hall of Famers play at Camden Yards, Wednesday’s game featured a special Hall of Famer. The Orioles beat the Red Sox 6-1 after renowned whistler Chris Ullman played the national anthem. His act has gone viral, and everyone is talking about it. Now, let me tell you who Chris Ullman is.

Inducted into the Whistling Hall of Fame in 2012, Ullman has won four world championships for his extraordinary whistling skills.

His remarkable career includes performing the national anthem at numerous athletic events, partnering with ten different symphony orchestras, and serenading former President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney at the White House.

Besides his musical talents, Ullman has a successful career as the president of the strategic advisory firm Ullman Communications.

He resides in Alexandria, Virginia, with his wife Kristen and their three children. Known as an inspiring speaker and writer, Ullman also appreciates traditional forms of music despite his fame as a whistler.

Chris Ullman personifies the ideal of a contemporary Renaissance man. Fans eagerly anticipate his next unforgettable performance and can’t wait to find out which stadium he will visit next.

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