Latest Update Davis (groin) will be available to pinch hit for the Tigers Sun Oct, 05, 12:47 PM
Has tremendous speed and the range to play center field. Hits left-handers very well and steals bases with aplomb. Is comfortable in the leadoff spot. Can also play an outfield corner.
Flaws: : His walk/strikeout ratio can prevent him from seeing regular at-bats and thriving as a leadoff man. Doesn't have much power to speak of, either. Lacks consistency.
Davis is not in the starting lineup due to a groin injury. He's well enough to pinch hit though, but it is still unknown whether he's healthy enough to pinch run, which is Davis' bread and butter. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
He was pulled in Game 2 because he re-injured his groin and that is why he's not playing in Game 3. Don Kelly is going to start in his place and bat ninth. Analyst: Mark Kaplan
While the Tigers would love to have Davis back in the lineup for Sunday's Game 3, the injury might limit him to the point where he becomes a bench guy should the team not be swept in the ALDS. He'll give it a try Sunday, but might have to come out early if it becomes too much of a problem. Stay tuned.Analyst: Howard Bender
Davis has been dealing with a Grade-1 strain in his groin, an injury he suffered at the very end of the regular season, and had to leave early again Friday. With the Tigers down 0-2 in the ALDS, they're going to need him to be ready to go.Analyst: Howard Bender