Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 9 Hrs
Chris Davis crushed his 25th and 26th home runs Wednesday as the Orioles pounded the Tigers 13-3.
Both were two-run shots; he had one off Rick Porcello in the fourth and another off Jose Valverde in the ninth. He also mixed in a ground-rule double, giving him five RBI on the day. After going eight games without an RBI earlier this month, Davis has come back with six homers and 14 RBI in his last eight games. He's also overtaken Miguel Cabrera for the AL lead in OPS.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 5 Days
Chris Davis launched his major league-leading 22nd home run in Friday's win over the Red Sox.
The solo blast was his 13th home run in his last 34 games. He's currently on pace for 52 home runs for the year. Of course, the Orioles' single-season record is held by Brady Anderson, who hit 50 bombs in 1996.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 7 Days
Chris Davis snapped out of his slump by going 2-for-4 with a homer Wednesday against the Angels.
Davis had been stuck on 52 RBI for 10 days before homering off Jerome Williams today. The homer was his major league-leading 21st of the year. He moved back ahead of Edwin Encarnacion for second place in the AL in RBI.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 9 Days
Chris Davis went 0-for-3 in Monday's victory against the Angels.
The slugger is slumping, having gone 0-for-15 with no walks and six strikeouts over his last four games, dropping his average from .357 to .333. Everyone knew there was no chance that Davis' average would remain amongst the leaders through the end of the year, but the power isn't going anywhere.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 17 Days
Chris Davis doubled and smacked his major league-leading 20th homer in Sunday's win over the Tigers.
Rick Porcello held the Orioles scoreless over the first six frames, but they got to him in the seventh with Davis' leadoff homer followed by two straight singles. Phil Coke then came on and let both inherited runners to score. Davis is now sporting a ridiculous .357/.440/.754 batting line with 52 RBI to go along with his 20 dingers.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 21 Days
Chris Davis went 4-for-4 with two home runs to help the Orioles beat the Nationals 9-6 on Wednesday.
Davis is having a ridiculous year. It's tough to say anything that hasn't already been said about the first baseman, so we'll just say this: in his current eight-game hitting streak, Davis is 18-for-30 (.600) with six home runs.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 26 Days
Chris Davis went 3-for-4 with his major league-leading 16th homer in a win over the Blue Jays on Friday.
The home run was a solo shot. Davis cooled down a bit after his ridiculous start to the season, but now he's red-hot once again. The 27-year-old slugger has gone deep in three straight games and five out of his last seven. Meanwhile, his batting line sits at a ridiculous .337/.426/.723 through 47 games. We could be witness a true breakout here.
Chris Davis 1B/LF.. BAL 28 Days
Chris Davis went 4-for-4 with his 14th home run Wednesday, and the Orioles beat the Yankees 6-3.
Davis continues to tear the cover off the baseball, now hitting .329/.420/.690 through 45 games this season. He is tied with Justin Upton for the league lead in home runs, and he trails only Miguel Cabrera in RBI. Davis is showing that his breakout 2012 was legit.