Chris Davis Baltimore Orioles

Age: 33 (March 17, 1986) | 6' 3" | 230lbs. | Bats: Left 1B-97 OF-1 RF-1 DH-2 PH-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
BAL AL 2015 160 573 100 150 84 208 31 0 47 117 2 3 .262 .361 .562 13 31 .319 32/25/43 32 30
BAL AL 2016 157 566 99 125 88 219 21 0 38 84 1 0 .221 .332 .459 13 33 .279 36/20/44 15 17
BAL A 2017 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 25 0.00 n/a
BAL A+ 2017 1 4 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 .250 .400 .500 20 40 .500 n/a
BAL AL 2017 128 456 65 98 61 195 15 1 26 61 1 1 .215 .309 .423 12 37 .301 37/23/40 9 10
BAL AL 2018 128 470 40 79 41 192 12 0 16 49 2 0 .168 .243 .296 8 37 .237 40/21/39 -0 0
BAL AL 2019 105 307 26 55 39 139 9 0 12 36 0 0 .179 .276 .326 11 39 .270 38/23/39 -0 0
Career 12yrs 1401 4926 704 1154 552 1835 225 5 295 779 19 11 .234 .316 .462 10 33 .303 n/a
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Soooooooo terrible. Heads to the DL which would seem like the perfect opportunity for them to recall DJ Stewart.

Adam Holgate Hoagie
May 26

Small sample size, but as of this typing, he's hitting .500 over his last two at-bats with a 0% K percentage.

Keith Prosseda andypro
Apr 13

And the streak comes to an end!   

Thomas Rosenthal TommyR
Apr 13

I can't remember watching anyone with his experience look this bad. It's painful.

Mike Landau ML-
Apr 7

It would be a mercy to Chris Davis if they released him. I'll be surprised if they don't before the end of the month.

Alex Patton Alex
Apr 4

I am fascinated by the pitchers who walked Chris Davis four times this year. Given his combined 2018-2019 batting average of .163, exactly what were those pitchers afraid of? A high pop fly?

Walter Shapiro WShapiro
Apr 4

He may never get a hit again.  And, yet the Orioles will keep sending him up there to look terrible.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Apr 4

My preliminary pricing has him at $5 in 5x5.  (Numbers and positions don't balance yet and batting average requires some tweaking).  That's with a .191 batting average in 400 AB and 20 HR as the highlights.  This is essentially the same price as Steve Pearce with 8 HR in 200 AB with a .255 Avg.  The question is, in a 12 team league, do you take him as your CM or UT/DH.  It's possible that neither makes my top 168 hitters, because I haven't sorted them by position yet.  They are ranked 142 and 143 among AL hitters ranked by straight price.  

When we talk about a deadcat bounce, he would definitely qualify as a candidate.  He fell off a cliff last year and it's possible that the ground is soft and the cat will just be embedded.

As someone who always competes in Avg, I would have a hard time bidding, but if he's only $1, there's no risk at all.  if he stinks, I take someone from the free agent pool no later than the middle of April.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Mar 5

This fascinates me.  I have primary responsibility for pitching on my team (my partner has primary responsibility for hitters), and it's much more common for me to say, "Not at any likely price" about pitchers than hitters.  But you have to have a position on Davis.  would you take him for a buck (or two)?  Nobody's going to pay AP's price.  However -- we don't auction until the Saturday after Opening Day.  What if he has two homers before the auction?

Mike Dean TMU2009
Mar 5

Only a mere 39 hits and Davis would have hit .250. Of course, that works out to an extra hit for every three games that he played. 

Walter Shapiro WShapiro
Mar 5