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Davis out to prove he’s not just a pull hitter anymore

Davis out to prove he’s not just a pull hitter anymore

Ike Davis is hitting .520 after having an RBI single and a two-run homer Wednesday but he says he knows one thing about his future. “I won’t hit .700 this year,’’ Davis said after concluding his portion of the A’s… Continue Reading →
Davis will wait until Friday to get back in lineup

Davis will wait until Friday to get back in lineup

The A’s decided against having Ike Davis DH Wednesday in Peoria against the Mariners, opting instead to have him wait until Friday, Thursday being the club’s one off day of the spring. Manager Bob Melvin said Davis, who has been… Continue Reading →
Davis hopeful of playing Wednesday, but not at all certain.

Davis hopeful of playing Wednesday, but not at all certain.

Ike Davis hopes to be in the A’s starting lineup Wednesday, but it’s a coin toss whether he’ll make it or not. He’s still getting daily treatment for lower back pain, a malady he has never experienced before this year… Continue Reading →

Ben Zobrist a late scratch with shoulder tightness

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser in Glendale, Arizona as0306New A’s super-utility player Ben Zobrist. Scott Strazzante/The Chronicle Manager Bob Melvin said it’s not a big deal, but Ben Zobrist, the A’s key acquisition this winter, was scratched from today’s lineup vs. the Dodgers with tightness under his left shoulder blade. Were this the regular season, Zobrist would be playing, but on March 16, there’s no reason to push it. Injuries have been stacking up for Oakland this spring, but Coco Crisp is expected back tomorrow from elbow soreness and Ike Davis could be back the...

A’s face Jeff Samardzija, Stephen Vogt’s ref routine and Jim Harbaugh’s ‘jungle lions’

Jeff Samardzija is facing the A’s today, and let’s count his former Oakland teammates who are in the lineup: Coco Crisp. Craig Gentry. Eric Sogard. Can we count Bryan Anderson? Otherwise, a lot of new guys wearing the colors Samardzija wore last season: Ben Zobrist, Billy Butler, Ike Davis, Brett Lawrie and Jason Pridie. The

What2Watch4 in 2015: Lucas Duda

Lucas Duda's struggles against left-handed pitching are something he hopes to overcome.We'll run through most of the Mets' roster for 2015 with a look at the key stats to know heading into this season. 2014 Recap Lucas Duda hit .253 with 30 home runs and 92 RBIs and established himself as a legit first baseman, particularly after the trade of Ike Davis to the Pirates. Most WAR, Primary Position 1B2014 Season Duda’s defense, which was a major issue when he was an outfielder, was solid as well.
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Daily News: Ike Davis is still mad at the Mets for saying that he partied too hard

In 2012, an unnamed Mets official told Adam Rubin that the team was concerned with Ike Davis being out too late after games and not taking instruction. According to Andy Martino, Davis says he’s still not happy the comments, since …

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