Ike Davis has no idea what all the fuss is about.
The New York Mets' first baseman responded Tuesday to an ESPNNewYork.com report that said, citing an anonymous baseball source, the team will consider trading him this offseason in part because of concerns that he's resistant to coaching and stays out too late.
''I don't really have an answer for that because it's never been an issue. I've never done anything wrong,'' Davis told reporters. ''I show up to the field ready to play every day. I really don't even know where it's coming from and it's not really true.''
Davis said he's never had a meeting with the Mets about his nightlife, and the criticism came ''out of the blue.''
''It's hard to answer questions when no one can say who it was or why they even said it,'' Davis explained. ''I don't know if it's a cheap shot. It's falsely accused, I guess. But it just comes out of nowhere and it happens to athletes like this. A rumor, or something said, and it's blown out of proportion, ...