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

Davis went 1-for-3 with a solo homer in the Orioles' 12-2 loss at the hands of the Red Sox on Monday.

EDGE Analysis

The Orioles were hitless against David Price and the Red Sox except for homers by Davis and teammate Manny Machado. The home run was Davis's 37th of the season, and brought his batting average up to .227. The fact that Davis didn't strike out Monday might as well be cause for celebration, as his 194 strikeouts are the most in the majors this season.

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

Davis went 1-for-3 with a home run and a walk in Baltimore's win over the Tigers on Saturday.

EDGE Analysis

Davis left Tuesday's game with a hand injury and missed Wednesday's game. He returned Friday with an uneventful game before swatting his 36th homer Saturday. The hand injury appears to be minor and should not be an issue as we enter the final weeks of the season.

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

Davis (hand) is in Friday's lineup against the Tigers, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

EDGE Analysis

Davis left Tuesday's tilt with a sore palm -- an ailment that has been bothering him for the majority of the season -- but after missing Wednesday's game, he's set to return Friday. As he usually does, he'll get the start at first base and bat fourth against Michael Fulmer. He'll look to pick up where he left off prior to the injury, as Davis went 6-for-10 with a pair of home runs over his last three games.

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

Davis, who is out of the lineup Wednesday, had a precautionary X-ray on his ailing left hand, but is expected to return to the lineup Friday, MASN's Roch Kubatko reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Orioles will take advantage of Thursday's off day to get Davis a couple days off before he returns to action. He left Tuesday's game with palm soreness, which he said has been bothering him since April, but it's hard to get a sense of how painful the injury is. In the meantime, Steve Pearce will start at first base and hit fifth Wednesday.

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

Davis (hand) is not in the Orioles' lineup Wednesday against the Rays.

EDGE Analysis

Davis departed Tuesday's game with soreness in his palm, an ailment he admitted has been bothering him since early in the season. While Davis said Tuesday that he expected to play Wednesday, he'll be held out of the lineup as the Orioles attempt to avoid further aggravating the palm issue. Steve Pearce will get the start at first base Wednesday.

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

Davis, who left Tuesday's game with a sore left palm, said the ailment has been bothering him since April and expects to be in the lineup Wednesday, the Baltimore Sun's Eduardo Encina reports.

EDGE Analysis

Davis is not the type of player who would ask to get a game off, so it's not surprising that he expects to be in Wednesday's lineup. However, his owners would be wise to check back on his status prior to Wednesday's game, as the O's have a more than competent replacement option against southpaw Drew Smyly in righty hitting Steve Pearce.

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

Davis left Tuesday's game due to a sore left palm, MASN's Roch Kubatko reports.

EDGE Analysis

The team is saying Davis left as a precaution, so it sounds like there is a chance he could play Wednesday. He left after striking out in the fifth inning, so it's possible he could have irritated the palm when he fouled off the first pitch of that at-bat. Considering lefty Drew Smyly is on the hill for the Rays on Wednesday, Steve Pearce would be the obvious choice to get the start at first base if Davis needs a day off.

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

Davis left Tuesday's game against the Rays after striking out to lead off the fifth inning, MASN's Roch Kubatko reports.

EDGE Analysis

Kubatko speculated that Davis may have felt something on a swing in the at-bat and could have been removed as a precaution, as the Orioles were already up 7-2. The team has not announced a specific injury with Davis, and his status will be updated if a specific reason for why he was pulled early Tuesday gets reported.

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

Davis went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI in the Orioles' win over the Rays on Monday.

EDGE Analysis

The slugger is enjoying a strong start to the month of September, collecting six hits, two home runs, and five RBI in four games. Davis has been something of a disappointment after hitting .262 with 47 home runs a season ago, but still is among the league leaders with 34 homers this year.

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

Davis went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Friday's 8-0 victory over the Yankees.

EDGE Analysis

The veteran slugger took reliever Nick Goody deep in the second, blasting a 413-foot shot that plated Manny Machado as part of a five-run inning. However, the round-tripper is notably Davis' only hit over his last five games, a span of 17 at-bats.