Davis went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's loss to the Dodgers.
Davis kicked off the contest with a solo blast to left field, but the Mets would fall 9-2 in the series opener. He's registered an RBI in each of his last three games, and he now sits with 52 RBI over 127 matchups in 2019.
Davis is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.
Davis has swung a hot bat over his last 12 games, posting a .326/.396/.581 line with three homers. Jeff McNeil moves to left field Tuesday, with Todd Frazier starting at third base.
Davis is not in Friday's lineup against the Phillies.
He is hitting .282/.378/.564 with three home runs and one steal in his last 10 games. Todd Frazier starts at third base while Jeff McNeil shifts to left field.
Davis isn't in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against Washington.
Davis collected three base knocks during Monday's series opener, but he's in line for a night off. Jeff McNeil shifts to left field and will bat leadoff.
Davis went 3-for-5 with a double, two runs scored and two RBI in Monday's 7-3 win over the Nationals.
After slashing .295/.361/.589 in August with eight homers and 18 RBI in 28 games, Davis got September off to a similarly impressive start. The 26-year-old has made himself a fixture in left field and in the heart of the Mets' batting order, and that seems unlikely to change over the final weeks of 2019.
Davis is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Davis started the last 11 games and will head to the bench after posting a .768 OPS in that stretch. Jeff McNeil, Juan Lagares and Michael Conforto will start in the outfield from left to right Sunday.
Davis went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's loss to the Cubs.
Davis accounted for New York's only run of the game with a 432-foot blast to center field in the first inning. The long ball was Davis' eighth in August and marked the third straight game in which he has gone yard. The 26-year-old is slashing .303/.366/.520 with 18 homers and 47 RBI in 369 plate appearances this season.
Davis went 2-for-5 with a home run and two runs scored Wednesday against the Cubs.
Davis took Kyle Hendricks deep in the fifth inning, going back-to-back with Jeff McNeil. It was his 17th homer of the season and second in as many days. While he has struggled with strikeouts of late -- he's whiffed eight times in his last 23 plate appearances -- he's continued to provide plenty of power to offset the inconsistent contact. For the campaign, he's hitting .304/.367/.514 across 365 plate appearances.
Davis went 1-for-4 with a solo home run Tuesday against the Cubs.
Davis took Brandon Kintzler deep in the ninth inning to record his 16th homer of the season. He did also whiff twice, giving him multiple strikeouts in three of his past four starts. Though he still has strong overall numbers, Davis has slowed down at the plate over the past 10 games, recording just two multi-hit games and two extra-base hits in that span.
Davis went 2-for-3 with a walk in Sunday's loss to the Braves.
Davis reached base three times in the series finale, though his team would fall 2-1. The 26-year-old was 0-for-11 at the dish over his last three contests, so a pair of base knocks could give him some momentum heading into the Mets' upcoming three-game series against the Cubs.
Davis went 1-for-5 with a walkoff RBI single Wednesday in the Mets' 4-3 win over the Indians in 10 innings.
Davis started in left field for the second day in a row after a minor calf issue limited him to a bench role for the previous two games. He's come through with big hits in both of his first two games back in the lineup, slugging a two-run home run in Tuesday's win and providing the game-winning base knock in the series finale. With his health no longer a concern and his spot in the everyday lineup secure, Davis looks like a worthy roster option in most fantasy formats while he continues to rake.
Davis (calf) is starting in left field and hitting sixth Tuesday against the Indians.
As expected, Davis is able to return to action for this three-game series against Cleveland. He is hitting .377/.417/.679 with four home runs and one stolen base in 53 at-bats this month.
Davis (calf) hopes to play in Tuesday's series opener against the Indians, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Davis was pulled from Sunday's game after a pinch-hit single, and while he appeared to aggravate his right calf, he stated after the contest that he feels fine. "Coaches and athletic trainers told me if I got on base to take it easy, not provoke it or bother it," said Davis. "I didn't feel it, and that was a good sign for me." Following a scheduled off day Monday, the team will likely re-evaluate Davis on Tuesday to determine his status for New York's upcoming series with Cleveland.
Davis delivered an RBI pinch-hit single in his seventh-inning at-bat in Sunday's game against the Royals but appeared to aggravate his right calf injury while running the bases, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports.
Davis dealt with a sore calf coming out of Friday's series opener and was withheld from the lineup both Saturday and Sunday, though the Mets made him available off the bench in both contests. The decision to pull Davis from the contest after he ran from first to third base on Tomas Nido's double didn't seem to be a strategic choice, given that Davis had pinch hit for Aaron Altherr and the Mets didn't have any reserve outfielders available. The Mets should provide an update on Davis' condition after the contest, but the 26-year-old now looks in danger of missing further starts on account of the setback.
Davis (calf) is not in Sunday's lineup against the Royals. He is available off the bench, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
He has been dealing with right calf tightness since Thursday. Aaron Altherr will start in left field and hit eighth. The Mets have an off day Monday, so perhaps that will give Davis enough time to get right for a three-game series against the Indians.
Davis (calf) is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Royals, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
The Mets have the DH available in Kansas City, but Davis wasn't cleared to fill that spot after tweaking his right calf while running to first base Friday. It's uncertain if he will be available in any capacity. Aaron Altherr will take over in left field and bat ninth against right-hander Jakob Junis.
Davis injured his calf while running to first base during Friday's game against Kansas City, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
Davis appeared to be walking gingerly shortly after the play, and the Mets revealed after the contest that he did suffer an injury. The 26-year-old went 2-for-4 with a run before exiting, extending his hitting streak to 10 games. He'll be considered day-to-day until the extent of the issue is uncovered. Aaron Altherr could get the call in left field Saturday if Davis can't go.
Davis went 2-for-3 with a double, walk and two runs Tuesday in the Mets' 5-0 win over the Marlins.
With 10 starts in the past 11 games and a .394/.488/.788 slash line over that stretch, Davis might have earned himself a full-time role the rest of the season even if injuries to Robinson Cano (hamstring) and Dominic Smith (foot) hadn't contributed to his spike in playing time. Davis will man left field and bat fifth Wednesday in what's already been a strong series versus Miami through the first three games.
Davis went 2-for-2 with a double and a solo home run in the second game of Monday's doubleheader sweep of the Marlins.
After getting the start in left field in the matinee and going 0-for-2 with a walk, an RBI and a run scored, Davis was on the bench to begin the nightcap but entered the lineup as part of a double switch before going yard in the seventh -- the first of three solo shots by the Mets in the inning that turned the game around. The 26-year-old is slashing .371/.452/.597 with three homers and 10 RBI in 20 games since the All-Star break, and with Jeff McNeil likely to be needed more frequently at second base in the wake of a potentially season-ending injury to Robinson Cano (hamstring), Davis should be a fixture in an outfield corner as long as he's raking.
Davis went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and a walk Sunday in the Mets' 13-2 win over the Pirates.
Davis and Michael Conforto both left the yard in the top of the first inning to stake the Mets to an early lead they wouldn't relinquish. Victors of nine of their last 10 games, the Mets enter Monday's doubleheader versus the Marlins just one game under .500, with Davis' efforts during that stretch aiding the resurgence. Over the past 10 contests, Davis has gone 11-for-30 (.367 average) with two home runs, seven RBI, five runs and a 6:8 BB:K. He'll man left field and bat fifth in the first game of Monday's twin bill and should be locked into a full-time role for the duration of Dominic Smith's (foot) stay on the injured list.
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