Davis, a 25-year-old first baseman, is currently on the disabled list and could be done for the season with a small tear on his labrum. He has met with doctors and hopes to get back before the end of the season, but that's uncertain. While he initially said he slept on his shoulder wrong while the Orioles were in Kansas City, he's recently revealed that it had been bothering him before the trade, but didn't tell the Rangers or ask for treatment.
Rangers general manager Jon Daniles told T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com that he'd talked to the Orioles' Andy MacPhail about the situation.
"Andy was very clear he didn't have any issues with us and the way things were handled," Daniels told Sullivan. "We'll stay in touch. It might be something we revisit, but there are no plans at this point."
Davis played in just 10 games for the Orioles after being traded, but by all accounts Baltimore likes him and plan on him to be in the mix at first base. So, really, it's unlikely anything will happen. Even if the Orioles were upset, there would have to be real evidence of malfeasance on the part of the Rangers -- and that doesn't appear to be the issue. In all likelihood, this is the last we'll hear of it.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @eyeonbaseball on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.