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BaltimoreBaseball.com Feb 16, 2019

Davis reports and looks ahead; Hyde encourages

SARASOTA, Fla.-What’s happening? – Chris Davis hopes to get on the field for the first time today. Davis, who didn’t have to report until Sunday, had the flu and still has bronchitis. Davis is going to be watched closely in spring training. “I think anytime you are successful at the highest level, when you’re going […]
Baltimore Sun Feb 15, 2019

Orioles' Chris Davis reports to camp after illness, ready to leave criticism and unwillingness to change in past

Chris Davis reported to Orioles camp Friday, nearly a week after he and his family got to Sarasota, a delay he said was caused by a case of the flu and then bronchitis that hit shortly after they arrived and slightly derailed his plans for an earlier arrival to Ed Smith Stadium. Position players...
BaltimoreBaseball.com Feb 15, 2019

Davis says there’s a new, positive tone around the Orioles

SARASOTA, Fla.—Two days before position players were due to report, Chris Davis arrived at Orioles camp on Friday, and for the moment, all was not well. Davis arrived in Sarasota six days ago, and came down the flu. Currently suffering from bronchitis, he’s hoping to get on the field Saturday. At FanFest on Jan. 26, […]
SportsDay Jan 30, 2019
Baltimore's struggling slugger Davis goes back to his Rangers past for help

Baltimore's struggling slugger Davis goes back to his Rangers past for help

If Chris Davis recovers from a terrible performance last season, the Baltimore Orioles can thank the Texas Rangers.Davis told reporters during the Orioles' FanFest last weekend that he consulted during the off-season with Rangers' personnel during his six years with the organization. The Rangers included Davis in a deal for Orioles reliever Koji Uehara during the 2011 seson."I made a lot of changes this off-season," Davis told reporters. "I saw a lot of different people, people that I hadn't seen in a decade but that knew me in a younger age when I was in the Rangers' minor league system, and...
Baltimore Sun Jan 28, 2019

Reflective Chris Davis, Orioles' coaches hopeful he can rebound but vague on details at FanFest

To hear Orioles first baseman Chris Davis tell it, everything went wrong in 2018 — his health, his mindset, his confidence, and the team's fortunes. What that leaves is an uneasy balance between the high-paid former slugger with four years left on his contract and a coaching staff that's coming...
BaltimoreBaseball.com Jan 26, 2019

Davis on 2018 Orioles: ‘It’s not going to happen again’

BALTIMORE—After what many are calling the worst season in baseball history, Chris Davis insists that’s not going to happen again, and the Orioles won’t lose 115 games in 2019. “I’m ready to get it started,” Davis said on Saturday at FanFest. “I’m ready to put last year behind us.” Davis, who’s beginning the fourth year […]

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