Davis was not tendered a contract by the A's, Joe Stiglich of CSN Bay Area reports. Davis will move on from the Athletics organization after appearing in 74 games and hitting just .229 last season. The 29-year-old has been on a downward trajectory since a strong 2011 campaign with the Mets, and he may have to settle for a minor league deal to attempt to rejuvenate his career.
Athletics first baseman Ike Davis has been diagnosed with a torn hip labrum and will require surgery. He is not expected to return this season. Davis was placed on the disabled list on Wednesday, but he had apparently been dealing with the injury since returning from a quad injury earlier this season.
The Athletics have placed first baseman Ike Davis on the 15-day disabled list. Davis is dealing with a strained left hip. He did not play Tuesday, though no injury had previously been reported. Davis has struggled in 2015, his first season with the A's. He's batting .229 with just three home runs in 72 games for Oakland. To take his spot on the roster, the A's have recalled outfielder Jake Smolinski from Triple-A Nashville.
The Athletics held first baseman Ike Davis out of Thursday's lineup against the Mariners, the team announced. Davis was replaced at first base by Stephen Vogt, who will bat second. Over his last 10 games, Davis is hitting .212 with one home run and five RBI. The A's are the favorites (-150) over the Mariners on Thursday.
Athletics first baseman Ike Davis hit his third home run of the season in Monday night's 7-1 win over the Rockies. Davis finished the game 2 for 4 and also hit his 12th double of the season. This was Davis' first two-hit game since May 7. He now has a slash line of .271/.331/.429.