Chris Davis Fantasy Stats

1B
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'3"  /  245 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Mar 17, 1986 (38)
Experience 12 seasons
College Navarro JC (TX)

Season Stats

SEASON TEAM POS GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS FPTS
2008TEX1B8029551842321755208812.285.331.549.880686.0
2009TEX1B112388479215120582314900.237.282.436.718711.0
2010TEX1B451207239014154030.192.279.292.571161.0
2011BAL1B591992553120519116310.266.305.402.707333.0
2012BAL1B1395157513920033853716923.270.326.501.8271106.0
2013BAL1B160582102166421531387219841.285.370.6341.0041622.0
2014BAL1B127450658816026726017321.196.300.404.704900.0
2015BAL1B160573100150310471178420823.262.361.562.9231469.0
2016BAL1B1575669912521038848821910.221.332.459.7911246.0
2017BAL1B128456659815126616119511.215.309.423.732896.0
2018BAL1B129470407912016494119220.168.243.296.539657.0
2019BAL1B10630726559012363913900.179.276.326.602475.0
2020BAL1B165236300131700.115.164.173.33738.0
Career 1418 4973 705 1158 228 5 294 779 554 1850 19 11 .233 .315 .458 .773 10300.0

Game Log

DATE TEAM OPP POS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS FPTS
Feb 28, 2021BALPITDH20000000100.000.000.000.0000.0
Last 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .000 .000 0.0

Chris Davis News

Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Announces Retirement Thursday

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on Thursday, according to Joe Trezza of MLB.com. Davis was on the injured list at the time of the announcement after undergoing season-ending hip surgery earlier this season. He had struggled at the plate over his last three seasons, and he ends his career with a .233/.315/.459 triple-slash line, 295 home runs, 780 RBI and 707 runs scored. If he was being rostered in deep dynasty formats as a potential bounce-back candidate in 2022, he can be safely dropped now.
Aug 12   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Likely Done For The Year

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis (hip) is expected to miss the remainder of the season. According to general manager Mike Elias, the veteran underwent left hip surgery on Wednesday, and Davis will spend the next four or five months recovering. The 35-year-old has seen better days from a statistical perspective and is coming off a horrendous 2020 season in which he averaged .115 at the plate while striking out 17 times throughout 52 at-bats. While it is unknown if Davis will be able to make it back from the injury, his days in Baltimore may be over.
May 20   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Faces Extended Absence To Begin Year

Baltimore Orioles first baseman/designated hitter Chris Davis (back) is a candidate for the 60-day injured list due to persistent back issues, per manager Brandon Hyde. Davis has played in just one Grapefruit League game due to back soreness, with the ailment apparently causing significant long-term effects. Unavoidable when discussing Davis is his contract situation: owed $23 million each of the next two years, the Orioles are attempting to find at-bats for the former slugger, while managing the reality that he slashed .115/.164/.173 across 16 games last year. Now entering his age-35 season, Davis is likely to cede all of his first-base plate appearances to the returning Trey Mancini, while top prospect Ryan Mountcastle also stands to see an elevated role. Injured list or not, Davis is an avoidable fantasy commodity in all formats at this stage.
Mar 22   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Seeking Specialist For Sore Back

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is seeking a specialist for his sore back, according to manager Brandon Hyde. Davis has been day-to-day with a lower back strain since last week and currently there is no timetable for his return. Davis was limited to just 16 games last season while dealing with patellar tendinitis in his left knee. He put up a brutal .115/.164/.173 batting line with zero home runs and one RBI over his 52 at-bats last year and hasn't been an effective hitter since 2017. In fact, he's hit below the Mendoza Line (.200) three-straight seasons while his once legendary power has gone by the wayside. Earlier this offseason Davis claimed he had made mechanical changes to his swing and the Orioles were committed to giving him regular playing time. He'll most likely begin the season on the injured list, which opens the door for the rebuilding Orioles to give first baseman/outfielder Ryan Mountcastle all of the at-bats he can handle.
Mar 9   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Dealing With Strained Back

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis (back) was held out of the team's spring training lineup on Tuesday after he strained his lower back in Sunday's spring opener, according to manager Brandon Hyde. Davis is considered day-to-day. After hitting just .115 without a home run in 16 games last season, Davis needed to earn at-bats in a reserve role entering camp this year. He was on the injured list twice last season with left patella tendinitis. Turning 35 later this month, Davis is signed through the 2022 season and is owed more than $46 million. But he's hit just .185 with a .615 OPS since the start of the 2017 season. The left-handed slugger needs to get back on the field as soon as possible to prove that he still has something left in the tank.
Mar 3   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Will Need To Earn Playing Time In 2021

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis said Friday that he has spoken with manager Brandon Hyde, who indicated that he would need to prove that he deserves to play in 2021. Davis, who is entering the sixth year of a seven-year, $161 million contract, was once a major power threat at the plate. However, he has put up abysmal numbers over the past three seasons, failing to hit more than 16 home runs or hit above .200. The 34-year-old did say that he has made some adjustments to his swing this offseason, but will need to show that they work during Spring Training. While it would be great to see Davis return to relevance again, fantasy or otherwise, it should take quite a bit to convince fantasy players.
Feb 26   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Will Return To Orioles In 2021

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is under contract through the 2022 season at a substantial price tag, but his -7 OPS+ from this year has left many clamoring for the Orioles to move on from his contract. General manager Mike Elias reiterated Saturday that Davis would be a part of the club heading into 21, although he would not reveal his role. Its difficult to see a path in which Davis would get anything mirroring consistent playing time with Renato Nunez having blossomed at first base this season. Davis holds essentially no fantasy intrigue entering next season, even as he returns to Baltimore.
Sep 26   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Hits IL Due To Knee Ailment, Return Unknown

Baltimore Orioles first baseman/designated hitter Chris Davis has been placed on the 10-day injured list due to patellar tendinitis in his left knee, paving the way for Ryan Mountcastle to join the active roster. The club anticipates Davis missing more than the required 10 days on the IL, which essentially zaps him of any fantasy implications that he may have had. Having opened the year with a .122/.173/.184 slash line through his first 52 plate appearances, Davis is a non-entity for the Orioles at this stage and it would be a surprise if he starts many more games for the club in 2020.
Aug 21   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis Slotting Into Bench Role Moving Forward

Baltimore Orioles first baseman/designated hitter Chris Davis was out of the starting lineup again Sunday against Washington, having pinch-hit and struck out in the ninth. With his numbers (.133/.188/.200) having plummeted through the early part of the 2020 campaign, Davis is moving out of a full-time gig, paving the way for Renato Nunez to see more time at first base. As if Davis lack of production was not incentive enough to look elsewhere in all season-long formats, the fact that he will no longer hold down everyday playing time makes for leaving him on the waiver wire a sound decision.
Aug 16   
Chris Davis  • 1B  •  Orioles  |  Jose Iglesias  • 2B  •  Orioles

Chris Davis, Jose Iglesias Not In Lineup Against Yankees

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis and shortstop Jose Iglesias (quad) are not in Thursday's lineup against the New York Yankees. Davis wasn't in yesterday's lineup for an undisclosed reason while Iglesias is dealing with a sore quadriceps that limited him to some extent in Wednesday's game. Davis has struggled out of the gate, going 3-for-11 in three games, so perhaps it's a move to get him back in the right mindset. Iglesias will be missed in the lineup, after compiling eight hits in four games. Renato Nunez will continue to get reps at first base and Pat Valaika will get the start at short.
Jul 30   
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