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Athletics Nation May 23, 2015

Ike Davis is no longer Ike Davis

In the somewhat infamous offseason of 2014, the Athletics' front office went dumpster diving for talent once more. This time, they came up with Ike Davis, and are surely pleased with the results of their latest experiment. Ike Davis is currently on the disabled list nursing a quad injury. That makes this the perfect time to write about him, as my writing will now be relevant for at least a week or two before Davis goes on to prove everything I've written wrong. Isaac Benjamin "Ike" Davis, the son of former MLB reliever Ron Davis, starred on both sides of the ball as an amateur. Initially...

Davis on DL, Gentry recalled and Sunday’s lineups

Steve Kroner subbing for Susan Slusser for the finale of the A’s homestand, as they face the White Sox.   The man near first base in the photo is Ben Zobrist, as he was running the bases late Sunday morning as he begins rehabbing from the knee surgery he had April 28. He has been on the disabled list since April 25.   Joining him on the DL on Sunday is first baseman Ike Davis. He had an MRI exam on his strained quad Saturday and the injury apparently was more severe than he and the A’s originally thought. Davis was injured Monday, but did pinch-hit Wednesday. His
Ike Davis’ strained quad worse than thought, lands him on the D.L.

Ike Davis’ strained quad worse than thought, lands him on the D.L.

First baseman Ike Davis was placed on the disabled list Sunday with his strained left quadriceps after an MRI revealed it was worse than originally thought. The A’s recalled outfielder Craig Gentry from Triple-A Nashville to take his place. Davis… Continue Reading →
Athletics Nation May 11, 2015

Oakland A's first baseman Ike Davis exits game with injury

Oakland Athletics first baseman exited Monday night's contest against the Boston Red Sox after hitting a leadoff double in the bottom of the fourth inning. Davis was running slow going to second base on his double. After a visit from Bob Melvin and a trainer, he remained in the game and advanced to third base on a Brett Lawrie single. In the middle of Marcus Semien's plate appearance, the A's replaced Davis with corner infielder Max Muncy, who remained in the game at first base. This is a developing story.
Twinkie Town May 4, 2015

Gamethread: A's @ Twins

Eddie Rosario has been called up but he'll be an extra tonight as Phil Hughes looks for his first win Athletics Nation Burns CF, Semien SS, Reddick RF, Butler DH, Vogt C, Davis 1B, Lawrie 3B, Canha LF, Sogard 2B, Hahn SP Minnesota Twins Dozier 2B, Hunter RF, MAuer 1B, Ploufe 3B, Suzuki C, Vargas DH, Escobar LF, Schafer CF, Santana SS, Hughes SP

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