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Davis signed a one-year, $3.8 million contract with the A's on Tuesday, avoiding arbitration, Jane Lee of MLB.com reports.

Davis will command only a $300,000 raise in his second year of arbitration, after slashing just .233/.344/.378 with 11 homers in 143 games between New York and Pittsburgh last season. He'll provide depth at first base for Oakland following last month's trade, behind the likes Brandon Moss (hip), Stephen Vogt (foot) and Billy Butler.

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Davis was traded to the Athletics on Sunday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Davis was moved for international slot money, and will reportedly serve as organizational depth at first base with Brandon Moss, Stephen Vogt and the newly added Billy Butler all options at the position.

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The Pirates designated Davis for assignment Thursday.

This doesn't come as much of a surprise, as Davis' tenure in Pittsburgh was mostly disappointing. After coming over from the Mets in mid-April, Davis hit just .233/.344/.378 with 11 homers and 51 RBI in 131 games. He's been trying to increase his versatility in recent weeks by working in the outfield in Arizona, but the market for Davis may be rather thin.

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Davis has been working in the outfield in Arizona recently to increase his versatility, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports.

The 27-year-old hasn't appeared at any position other than first base in his five-year major league career, but he's been trying his hand in the outfield lately in an attempt to boost his value. Davis is eligible for arbitration this winter, but it's no guarantee the Pirates tender him a contract after he hit .235/.343/.378 with 10 homers in 131 games with the club in 2014.

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Davis (illness) is not in the lineup for the Wild Card game against the Giants.

Davis had to leave the Pirates' regular season finale with flu-like symptoms, presumably the same issue that is holding him out of Wednesday's game. He's on the roster so he may be available off the bench, but Gabby Sanchez will get the start in first in his place, batting seventh.

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Davis left Sunday's game due to flu-like symptoms, Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune reports.

Davis was held out of Friday's lineup due to illness, but was able to return to action Saturday to go 0-for-3 at this dish. Despite getting the starting nod again Sunday, it appears his symptoms have re-appeared, forcing his early exit. If the Pirates end up having to play a tiebreaker game with the Cardinals on Monday, consider Davis questionable for that contest. However, his health should come back around if the find themselves in a NL Wild Card game Wednesday.

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Davis (illness) is in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Reds.

Davis will return to action after sitting out Friday with flu-like symptoms. He will man first base and bat sixth against Reds starter Alfredo Simon.

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Davis is out of the lineup Friday against the Reds due to flu-like symptoms, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

Davis is being kept away from his teammates to avoid passing around the bug with the postseason looming. Gaby Sanchez will start at first base in his place and bat seventh for the Pirates.

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Davis is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Braves.

After starting the last three days at first base, Davis will take a seat as the Pirates go with Gaby Sanchez in his place.

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Davis is out of the lineup Friday against the Brewers.

Davis will sit in favor of Gaby Sanchez at first base in Game 1 of the Brewers series, after starting the final two against Boston. With just a .200/.342/.333 so far this month, Davis may be in danger of losing out on additional time to the likes Sanchez and Andrew Lambo over the final week of the regular season.