Davis went 0-for-3 with a walk and two strikeouts Tuesday, extending his hitting slump to 0-for-24 since July 16. Davis has 11 strikeouts over the same stretch. He was slowed last week by the flu and that might have come into play when he returned in time for the weekend. While Davis has had a hard time with contact this season, he is walking 13.5 percent of the time, the highest of his career.
Davis (illness) is in Friday's lineup, but he is still not fully recovered from the flu, MASN Sports reports. The flu bug took a hard bite out of Davis, who missed three games earlier this week before returning Thursday. Davis is in shape to play, but he went 0-for-3 with a walk Thursday.
Davis (illness) is back in the lineup, hitting fifth Thursday against the Yankees, the Baltimore Sun's Eduardo Encina reports. He missed three games with the illness, but is ready to get back in the mix for Thursday's day game in Yankee Stadium. He has traditionally struggled in the Bronx, slashing .220/.311/.440 in 91 at-bats since 2013.
Davis (illness) remains out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Yankees, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports. This will be the third consecutive game Davis misses due to illness. The Orioles have dropped the previous two against the Yankees and hope that Davis will be feeling better and back in the lineup for the series finale Thursday. The 30-year-old slugger is 2-for-10 with four strikeouts in three games since the All-Star break.
Davis (illness) remains out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Yankees. A case of the flu will keep Davis on the shelf for another game Tuesday. Ryan Flaherty will take over in Davis' spot at first base and bat ninth in the order against Nathan Eovaldi. Davis' next chance to return to the order will come Wednesday when the Orioles face Michael Pineda.
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