Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 6 days ago

Davis hit a pair of home runs en route to four RBI Tuesday against the Rangers.

The ball was flying out of the park in Baltimore on Tuesday, as Mitch Moreland also hit a pair of home runs. Davis now has a 10-game hitting streak, and he has raised his average on the season from .220 to .238 over that span.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 1 week ago

Davis will make a second straight start in right field Sunday against the Indians, MLB.com's Brittany Ghiroli reports.

Apparently enamored with Chris Parmelee's bat but dissatisfied with his range in the corner outfield, manager Buck Showalter has moved Davis off first base in order to create a more optimal defense setup. While Davis is somewhat of a neophyte in the outfield in his own right, fantasy owners won't complain if it allows him to gain eligibility at the position.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 2 weeks ago

Davis went 2-for-3 with a home run and three runs scored in Sunday's win over Toronto.

Davis was one of many Oriole hitters to have a big day on Sunday in a 13-9 win over the Blue Jays. He recorded his 15th home run of the year to go along with 40 RBI and a .226 average. The average is definitely a concern, but if Davis continues to produce in the power categories, he'll still remain a very solid fantasy option.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 3 weeks ago

Davis went 3-for-5 with a home run and four RBIs in Friday's win over the Yankees.

The long ball marked the first of the month of June for Davis and he now has 13 for the season. There is certainly tremendous raw power and he may threaten 40 home runs for the season, but there is no question that his 2013 season looks to be a career year. Davis slugged .404 last year and he is slugging .476 this season, down from .501 in 2012 and .634 in 2013.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 1 month ago

Davis was 2-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in the Orioles win over Tampa Bay on Friday night.

The streaky Davis has found his power stroke recently hammering four home runs over the last three days. He now has 12 long ones and 30 RBI, but strikeouts will continue to hobble his batting average (currently just .228) so take the power and enjoy the production while he's hot.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 1 month ago

Davis hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning of the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the White Sox, but it wasn't enough in a 3-2 loss.

It was his only hit on the day, but hey, Davis put the ball in play every time up -- not a common occurrence for him. He's going to keep piling up strikeouts, which are going to severely limit his ability to hit for average, but it seems like he's a lock to easily clear 30 homers as long as he can stay healthy.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 1 month ago

Davis went 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in Wednesday's victory over the Astros.

Davis had not homered since May 11 prior to Wednesday's game, but he upped his total on the season to 10 with his first multi-homer game since he hit three in a May 20, 2014 contest. Despite the productive game Wednesday, Davis is still hitting just .171 in the month of May.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 1 month ago

Davis is out of the lineup Monday against the Astros, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Davis will take a seat for the first time since his Opening Day suspension. It's likely just a well-deserved day off, with Steve Pearce playing first and Jimmy Paredes serving as the designated hitter. He should return to the lineup Tuesday, but more concern should arise if he's held out again for some reason.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 1 month ago

Davis had a forgettable night Saturday, going 0-for-6 with four strikeouts in a 13-inning loss to Miami.

The strikeouts continue to pile up for Davis; he now has 61 in just 143 at-bats this season. This game lowered his average to .210, but fantasy owners should know what they're getting with the slugger at this point. He'll get his homers, but the strikeouts will keep his batting average in Adam Dunn territory.

Chris Davis 1B/3B/RF/DH BAL 2 months ago

Davis went 1-for-3 Saturday with a solo home run, his seventh jack of the season.

He's keeping his batting average at a semi-respectable .253, and Saturday's home was Davis' fourth in his last 10 games. He's also struck out an incredible 46 times in 99 at-bats, however, so that batting average could take a big tumble at any moment.