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Service milestone a 'goal' for Cubs' Davis

Doug Davis' dad is keeping track. Davis is not. When the left-handed pitcher joined the Cubs, he mentioned he was 44 days shy of having 10 years' service time, which would qualify him for Major League Baseball's pension. Including Saturday's game, he has nine years, 161 days in the big leagues.
June 04, 2011  |  Discuss

Lefty Davis to start for Cubs on Saturday

Left-hander Doug Davis, who last pitched in July for the Brewers, will start Saturday for the Cubs. Davis, 35, will be making his first start in the Major Leagues since July 9, 2010, when he faced the Pirates.
May 11, 2011  |  Discuss

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