Latest Update Davis (suspension) will report to Sarasota for extended spring training Tuesday Fri Sep, 19, 09:37 PM
Has mammoth power to all fields and the ability to drive in a lot of runs. Can play a sound first base. Doesn't get intimidated when facing left-handed pitching.
Flaws: : At times, he swings at everything, showing little plate discipline and striking out at prolific rates. Also, he doesn't have a lot of speed so he clogs up the bases.
Good idea to keep him playing, since depending on how far the Orioles play into the post season, he could possibly return to the lineup. No need to take time off if he can practice.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
Davis and the Orioles will hope he can regain his 2013 swing playing in instructional league games while serving his suspension. His 25-game suspension will go through the Orioles first eight playoff games, so the Orioles should get him sometime in the ALCS, if they are fortunate enough to get there.Analyst: Colby Conway
And we'll call it a year for Davis now. He'll miss the rest of the regular season and at least the first round of the playoffs for the Orioles. Based on the way he's played too, it's not clear as to how much they'll even want him on the roster beyond that. This suspension would have had more of an impact if it came last year.Analyst: Howard Bender
While Davis is hitting just .193, he's regained some of his power from last season, hitting five home runs over his last 13 games. Hopefully he can continue to hit for power (26 home runs and 72 RBI's this season), and possibly a better average, over the final stretch of the season. Analyst: Ben Diamond