Chris Davis had a breakout season for the Baltimore Orioles in 2012, but perhaps no one expected this kind of start to 2013.
After homering for a fourth consecutive game, Davis looks to stay hot while helping Baltimore earn a third straight victory Saturday night as it continues this set with the visiting Minnesota Twins.
Davis hit .270 while setting career highs in home runs (33) and RBIs (85) last season while helping Baltimore (3-1) reach the postseason. He's on pace to shatter those numbers in 2013.
The first baseman joined San Francisco's Willie Mays (1971), St. Louis' Mark McGwire (1998) and Texas' Nelson Cruz (2011) as the only players to homer in four games to start a season when he hit a tie-breaking, opposite-field grand slam in the bottom of the eighth inning of the Orioles' 9-5 win over Minnesota in Friday's home opener.
The previous three to go deep in their first four all failed to leave the yard in their fifth.
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