1:36 AM EDT, Mon April 27, 2015

Ron Davis proud of son Ike’s pitching for A’s

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at Angel Stadium Ike DavisIke Davis in action in the eighth inning Tuesday at Anaheim. AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill Ike Davis, the A’s first baseman, turned in some outstanding work on the mound last night, getting three outs on nine pitches in a 14-1 loss to the Angels. His dad, former big-league reliever Ron Davis, watched with interest. “I’m glad he had that opportunity,” Davis said by phone from his home in Arizona. “It was fun watching him, he was outstanding.” Ike Davis, a pitcher and position player in college at Arizona State, was...
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 22, 2015
WATCH: Ex-Mets first baseman Ike Davis pitched for Athletics ... and was really good

WATCH: Ex-Mets first baseman Ike Davis pitched for Athletics ... and was really good

Maybe the Mets should have converted him into a reliever?
New York Post Apr 22, 2015

Ike Davis may have missed his major-league calling

The Los Angeles Angels had a pretty easy time against Oakland pitching — until they faced first baseman Ike Davis. The Angels walloped the A’s 14-1 on Tuesday night, but...
Athletics Nation Apr 10, 2015

Game Thread #5: Oakland Athletics vs. Seattle Mariners (3)

Let's see, the real story of tonight's game is that Drew Pomeranz has completed five innings, allowing just one hit. HAHAHA, I'm obviously kidding. A quick glace at the scoreboard shows that the A's have topped Game 1 and 3's offensive outburst and have put 11 runs on the board so far. Canha and Davis have been the stars so far, but nearly everyone has been involved. We go to the bottom of the fifth, 11-0 A's. LET'S GO OAK-LAND!

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