Latest Update Khris Davis is not in the Brewers' starting lineup on Wednesday. Wed Aug, 27, 05:53 PM
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.
A matter of preference for manager Ron Roenicke who would like to get Gerardo Parra some at-bats against Padres right-hander Odrisamer Despaigne. Davis will be available off the bench.Analyst: Howard Bender
While it's tough to criticize a guy who's blasted 20 home runs for you at this point, it's still worth noting that this was the first time that Davis had two consecutive multi-hit games since May 30. The power numbers have been great, but Davis is not hitting just .255 on the year because it's always been just a one at a time thing with the occasional two-hit game. Again, it's a small nitpick, but obviously you'd like to see better rate stats to make him a little more of an all-around guy. Sure the myth has been debunked by a number of experts, but it should be interesting to see the progression of his totals during 2015, his age-27 year.Analyst: Howard Bender
A nice day at the plate for the Milwaukee slugger. After today's performance, Davis has 20 home runs on the season and has an outside chance to reach 30 if he can catch a nice extended hot streak. Analyst: David Kerr