NEW YORK - Orioles first baseman Chris Davis became ill on the flight from Tampa and spent last night at a local hospital in New York. He's not in tonight's lineup and may not be available to play. "I saw him on the elevator last night," said manager Buck Showalter. ... Read More
When Chris Davis hit a grand slam four batters into the bottom of the first inning of today's game, it looked like the Orioles might enjoy a blowout and easy win this afternoon over the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays made an effort to keep it close, but in the ... Read More
Orioles manager Buck Showalter wanted to get Chris Davis off his feet today and provided a couple of choices. Sitting out the game may have brought some appeal against Rays left-hander Drew Smyly, but Davis chose to serve as the designated hitter. Good call. Davis hit a grand slam in ... Read More
Orioles' first baseman Chris Davis spent his Friday morning playing baseball with critically ill kids at the Extra Innings indoor baseball facility in Elkridge, Maryland. The event is run by the Casey Cares Foundation, which enhances the lives of critically ill children.
Chris Davis hit three home runs at Rogers Centre during the Orioles' last series with the Jays.
The O's have won five straight heading into Friday's game in Toronto.
Chris Davis reportedly will be hitting home runs in Camden Yards for a very long time. The Baltimore Orioles agreed to a seven-year, $161 million contract with the first baseman Saturday, MLB Network’s Jon Heyman reported. Davis’ deal would be the largest in Orioles history. The O’s reportedly will be paying Davis for the next 20 years, too, as sources told ESPN.com’s...
Let’s face it — there’s no way not to feel uncomfortable about the Chris Davis sweepstakes. I’m not just referring to how the Orioles and Davis seem to be at something of an impasse. I’m not just referring to how Davis has to this point been unable to drum up much of a market. It’s just, this is going to require a lot of money, and it’s hard to know what Davis is going...
Chris Davis is a man of prodigious strength. His efforts, or sometimes lack thereof, have been chronicled by FanGraphs multiple times. Since Davis’ first season with the Baltimore Orioles in 2012, he leads all of Major League Baseball with 159 home runs, and only Edwin Encarnacion is even within 20 home runs of him. Just 10 players are within 50 home runs of Davis over the last...
By Craig Edwards One week before the trading deadline, the Baltimore Orioles looked like a team that might sell, coming off a three-game sweep at the hands of the New York Yankees and dropping the opening game of the series against the Tampa Bay Rays. Their record stood at 46-49 and, with 5.5 games and four teams standing in between them and the second wild-Card spot, moving pending...
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