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It just feels like we’ve been away the entire first month-and-a-half of the season,” first baseman Chris Davis said. “It’s just good to get back home and have our fans behind us.” Added reliever Zach Britton: “It was
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the tattered state of the Red Sox pitching staff, and how it can be repaired.
talent of the reliever when making their playoff run in '11, shipping a soon-to-be middle of the order behemoth in Chris Davis (along with current O's closer Tommy Hunter ) for the veteran pitcher. And it wasn't as if that last year in Texas
and what you felt at the precise moment of history. As Chris Davis was sprinting down the sideline Saturday, giving Auburn ..... answer. With an added second put on the game clock, Chris Davis took the missed 57-yard field goal attempt from Alabama
over it.' I asked him when that was and he said, 'When you're holding a runner at first and you have a guy like Chris Davis up. That's a terribly uncomfortable feeling.' Then my very first start at first was in spring training against
intentional walks. No one else -- not Miguel Cabrera (19), not Joey Votto (19), not Robinson Cano (16), not Chris Davis (12), not Mike Trout (10) -- had as many as 20. There were stretches this year (when Mike Napoli was slumping
Friday marked a take-a-bow occasion for Jarrod Saltalamacchia , the Red Sox catcher who, at 28, appears to be coming into his own. More Red Sox Shane Victorino leaves with jammed thumb Closing Time: Chris Davis , Orioles get better of Red Sox in 12 innings One of a kind: Clay Buchholz re-establishes ...
1 double, 1 triple, 1 home run, 3 RBIs, 6 strikeouts Steve Pearce (6): .167/.167/.167, 1 strikeout Chris Davis (3): .000/.000/.000, 1 strikeout Adam Jones (3): .000/.000/.000 Manny Machado (3): .333
excluslively on his splitter, which isn’t nearly the weapon it should be if there’s no fastball behind it. Chris Davis lofted the game-tying sacrifice fly to left before Lough won it by launching a hanging splitter to right on a full
excluslively on his splitter, which isn’t nearly the weapon it should be if there’s no fastball behind it. Chris Davis lofted the game-tying sacrifice fly to left before Lough won it by launching a hanging splitter to right on a full count
walks, 3 strikeouts Adam Jones (36): .233/.361/.400, 1 triple, 3 doubles, 3 RBIs, 4 walks, 3 strikeouts Chris Davis (21): .211/.286/.474, 1 HR, 2 doubles, 2 RBIs, 2 walks, 9 strikeouts Delmon Young (21): .150
in right. It was his first homer of the season. With a three-run lead, Junichi Tazawa allowed a solo home run to Chris Davis in the eighth, but fortunately it was just a solo home run and then Koji Uehara came on for a scoreless ninth to pick up