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Ike Davis

29-Year-Old First Baseman – Texas Rangers

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The A's signed Davis and after trading Brandon Moss later in the offseason, they hoped that Davis could fill Moss' role as the left-handed side of a first base platoon. As expected, Davis hit for a lo...

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LEAGUE: AAA    40 MAN: NO   BATS: L   THROWS: L   HT: 6' 4"   WT: 219   DOB: 3/22/1987   BORN: Edina, MN   COLLEGE: Arizona State   DRAFTED: 1st Rd    Show ContractHide Contract

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Ike Davis Contract Information:

Signed a minor league contract with the Rangers in February of 2016.

April 24, 2016  –  Ike Davis News

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Davis (knee) was activated from the 15-day DL and assigned to Triple-A Round Rock.

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Ike Davis Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G PA AB R H XBH 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO SH SF HBP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2008 21 A BRO 58 239 215 17 55 15 15 0 0 17 0 0 23 43 0 1 0 .256 .326 .326 .652
2009 22 A ST. 59 254 222 28 64 27 17 3 7 28 0 2 31 52 0 1 0 .288 .376 .486 .862
2009 22 AA BIN 55 233 207 30 64 27 14 0 13 43 0 0 26 60 0 0 0 .309 .386 .565 .951
2010 23 AAA BUF 10 42 33 8 12 5 3 0 2 4 0 0 9 5 0 0 0 .364 .500 .636 1.136
2010 23 MAJ NYM 147 601 523 73 138 53 33 1 19 71 3 2 72 138 0 5 1 .264 .351 .440 .791
2011 24 MAJ NYM 36 149 129 20 39 16 8 1 7 25 0 0 17 31 0 2 1 .302 .383 .543 .926
2012 25 MAJ NYM 156 584 519 66 118 58 26 0 32 90 0 2 61 141 0 3 1 .227 .308 .462 .770
2013 26 AAA LAS 21 92 75 21 22 14 7 0 7 13 0 0 17 18 0 0 0 .293 .424 .667 1.091
2013 26 MAJ NYM 103 377 317 37 65 23 14 0 9 33 4 0 57 101 0 2 1 .205 .326 .334 .660
2014 27 MAJ NYM 12 30 24 4 5 2 1 0 1 5 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 .208 .367 .375 .742
2014 27 MAJ PIT 131 397 336 39 79 28 18 0 10 46 0 4 57 74 0 4 0 .235 .343 .378 .721
2014  (Multiple Teams) 27 MAJ NYM/PIT 143 427 360 43 84 30 19 0 11 51 0 4 63 78 0 4 0 .233 .344 .378 .722
2015 28 AAA NAS 5 21 21 2 5 1 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 .238 .238 .286 .524
2015 28 MAJ OAK 74 239 214 19 49 20 17 0 3 20 0 0 23 44 0 2 0 .229 .301 .350 .651
2016 29 AAA ROU 29 117 101 16 26 12 8 0 4 21 0 0 14 28 0 2 0 .257 .342 .455 .797
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3-Year Averages     106 346 297 33 66 23 16 0 7 34 1 1 47 74 0 2 0 .222 .327 .347 .673
Career  (View All)     659 2,377 2,062 258 493 200 117 2 81 290 7 8 293 533 0 18 4 .239 .332 .416 .748

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Ike Davis Game Log    (View Full Game Log)
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DATE OPP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS HBP SF E AVG OBP SLG OPS
May. 28 Pit Did not play.
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Ike Davis: MLB Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2015 65 1
2014 124 2
2013 96
2012 148
2011 36
2010 146

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Ike Davis: Minor League Games Played By Position

Year C 1B 2B 3B SS OF LF CF RF DH
2015 4

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Ike Davis Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2015191000.211.368.579
2014323000.094.094.265

Vs. Right

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
2015195183200.231.349.658
20143284011510.247.405.765

Home

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
201511491120.246.368.683
2014189309410.280.471.836

Away

Year AB R HR RBI SB AVG SLG OPS
201510010280.210.330.616
2014171132100.181.275.597
Ike Davis Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm PA AB Walk Rate Strikeout Rate BB/K Ratio Contact Rate BABIP Isolated Power
2008 21 A BRO 239 215 9.6% 18% 0.53 80% .320 .070
2009 22 A ST. 254 222 12.2% 20.5% 0.60 77% .350 .198
2009 22 AA BIN 233 207 11.2% 25.8% 0.43 71% .381 .256
2010 23 AAA BUF 42 33 21.4% 11.9% 1.80 85% .385 .272
2010 23 MAJ NYM 601 523 12% 23% 0.52 74% .325 .176
2011 24 MAJ NYM 149 129 11.4% 20.8% 0.55 76% .352 .241
2012 25 MAJ NYM 584 519 10.4% 24.1% 0.43 73% .249 .235
2013 26 AAA LAS 92 75 18.5% 19.6% 0.94 76% .300 .374
2013 26 MAJ NYM 377 317 15.1% 26.8% 0.56 68% .271 .129
2014 27 MAJ NYM 30 24 20% 13.3% 1.50 83% .211 .167
2014 27 MAJ PIT 397 336 14.4% 18.6% 0.77 78% .274 .143
2014  (Multiple Teams) 27 MAJ NYM/PIT 427 360 14.8% 18.3% 0.81 78% .269 .145
2015 28 AAA NAS 21 21 0% 23.8% 0.00 76% .313 .048
2015 28 MAJ OAK 239 214 9.6% 18.4% 0.52 79% .275 .121
2016 29 AAA ROU 117 101 12% 23.9% 0.50 72% .319 .198
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3-Year Averages     346 297 13.6% 21.4% 0.64 75% .273 .125
Career     2,377 2,062 12.3% 22.4% 0.55 74% .285 .177

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Ike Davis: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Davis (knee) will remain in Rangers camp after rosters are announced to continue with his rehab, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Jeff Wilson reports.

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Davis (knee) is unlikely to make the Opening Day roster, TR Sullivan of MLB.com reports.

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Davis (knee) remains at least a week away from returning, the Rangers' official site reports.

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Davis is day-to-day with a mild right knee sprain, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Stefan Stevenson reports.

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Davis signed a minor league contract that included an invite to spring training with the Rangers on Monday.

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Davis signed a minor league deal with the Rangers on Monday, the team's official site reports.

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Davis was not tendered a contract by the A's, Joe Stiglich of CSN Bay Area reports.

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Davis (hip) is expected to be ready for spring training next season, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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2016

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2015

Davis disappointed fantasy owners once again in 2014, hitting just .233 with 11 homers and 51 RBI in 427 plate appearances. While he fashioned an acceptable .345 OBP, he offered little pop (.378 slugging percentage) and lost his left-handed platoon spot to Pedro Alvarez, a player who had never played first base prior to last season. A consummate professional, Davis helped Alvarez, but that was likely his biggest contribution to the team. Despite batting almost exclusively against right-handed pitching, Davis has slipped into a borderline major leaguer. At 28, he still has time to turn around his career, but it's looking more and more like the one-time promising slugger might end up as a bench player. The A's acquired him during the offseason, with the hope that he might be able to turn things around in Oakland.

2014

For the second straight season, Davis got off to a slow start, but this time, it landed him at Triple-A Las Vegas in early June. At the time he was sent down, Davis had posted a .161/.242/.258 line with just five home runs, 18 RBI and 66 strikeouts in 55 games. Davis worked with manager Wally Backman and hitting coach George Greer in the minors to remove a major hitch in his swing. After a rough start, he was fairly successful, hitting .293 with seven homers, 13 RBI and a .424 on-base percentage in 92 Triple-A plate appearances to earn a call back up to New York nearly a month after his demotion. After his recall from the minors, Davis hit .269 with four home runs and 15 RBI with 40 walks in 52 games before a strained right oblique sidelined him in September. He made $3.13 million in 2013 and is arbitration-eligible, which is one of the main reasons why the Mets are looking to deal him. If he isn't traded, Davis could open 2014 as the team's starting first baseman.

2013

It was a 'Tale of Two Halves' for Davis, wretched in the first and power-happy in the second. Davis entered the year with major concerns as to how his body would react to a case of Valley Fever. His slow start did little to ease those concerns, but a change in batting stance on June 24 made all the difference after some initial adjustments. Davis stopped using his normal front-leg kick and began to crouch at the plate. This enabled him to stay back on and see pitches longer, which allowed him to drive both fastballs and curveballs. After that date, Davis hit 24 of his 32 home runs and drove in 54 of his 90 RBI. Manager Terry Collins has committed to playing Davis daily, so a run at 100 RBI could be in the offing for this season.

2012

Davis was tearing the cover off of the ball, batting .302 with seven home runs and 25 RBI in 36 games before injuring his left ankle in a collision with David Wright on May 10. The injury first was diagnosed as a strained calf, but ended up being a dented bone with cartilage damage that almost resulted in microfracture surgery. Davis opted against the operation and is reportedly 100 percent. Davis should be one of the main beneficiaries of the Mets' decision to move in the fences in right and right-center, but he needs to improve against left-handed pitchers after struggling against them during his first two years in the majors (.261/.335/.388).

2011

After a big spring training, Davis was sent down to Triple-A Buffalo but he played just two weeks there before he got the call. Davis had major hot streaks followed by cold ones as he adjusted to playing in the majors, yet still finished the year with 19 HR, 71 RBI and a sold .264/.351/.440 line. What bodes well for future success is that he hit .295 against lefties, but just .254 against righties, a number that should improve dramatically his sophomore campaign. Davis needs to cut down on his strikeouts (138), but he also walked 72 times, and his eye at the plate helped him get better counts, leading to his ability to drive the ball. He also did a better job going the other way late in the year, boding well for a solid 2011.

2010

Davis, the Mets' projected first baseman in 2011 if not sooner, finished the Arizona Fall League season hitting .341 with four homers and 16 RBI in 85 at-bats. He regained his prospect status in a big way last year after a disappointing first season in the Mets organization, hitting .298/.381/.524 with 31 doubles while blasting 20 homers between High-A St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamton. Davis hits for power and plays solid defense at first, so the next step in his development will be to cut down on his strikeouts. Given the team's view of him, look for the Mets to likely sign a first baseman to a short-term deal to clear the deck for Davis to take over either in the second half of 2010 or in 2011.

2009

Davis, selected by the Mets in the 2008 first round out of Arizona State, can play the outfield and first base and offers a left-handed bat with above average power. He also has a strong throwing arm and has pitching experience, but Davis will be a full-time position player in the pros. After a very slow start, Davis hit .368 in his last 10 games for the Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League, giving him a season mark of .256/.326/.326 in 58 games. He hit 15 doubles but no homers, which is somewhat disturbing since questions about his power with wood bats were present before he was drafted. It's too early to panic, but he will need to show more pop in 2009 to retain his status as an interesting prospect and merit the Mets' decision to make him a first-round draft pick.