Latest Update Davis smacks 17th homer in winning fashion Fri Jul, 25, 07:51 AM
Owns pretty good power, thanks to very good bat speed and the ability to hit to all fields. That also helps him hit for a solid average, too.
Flaws: : His swing is a bit long, so he needs to cut down on his strikeout total to maximize his power. Is also poor defensively in the outfield, with a weak arm.
Davis is now slashing .253/.302/.480 with 17 home runs and 53RBI through 348 at-bats as he continues to pick up where he left off after bursting onto the scene at the end of e 2013 season. Although it would be nice for him to pick up his batting average, it will be easy to shallow if he is able to maintain his 20.5 AB/HR ad continue to be a power source near he middle of the Brewers high-octane offense. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Davis picked up right where he left off on Sunday, having now homered in back-to-back games, with Friday's being his 16th of the season. After a slow start to the season (3 HR through first 98 AB), Davis has really turned things around following a rough April and is now on pace to reach the 25 home run mark for the first time in his career. Although he is often overshadowed by the other power hitters on his team, slashing .255/.304/.482 with 50 RBI to go along with his success leaving the yard makes him a solid outfielder in all formats in the second half. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Davis has missed the last two games with a shoulder issue. How much this will affect him moving forward is not yet known, but hopefully not too much. He is currently batting .260 with 14 home runs and 44 RBI on the year.Analyst: Howard Bender
There was some speculation Davis would be able to not just make an appearance, but start in his first game since this past Tuesday on Friday, but fantasy owners will apparently have to wait one more day. Analyst: Michael Pichan