Chris Davis Breaks Epic Hitting Slump With Single Against Red Sox

Chris Davis Breaks Epic Hitting Slump With Single Against Red Sox

Chris Davis Breaks Epic Hitting Slump With Single Against Red Sox

Back in 2013, Davis won the Silver Slugger Award, when he put the entire league on notice with 53 homers and 138 RBI.

Davis pinch-hit with two outs and none on, and hit a soft liner to second. Instead, Davis lofted a 92.9-m.p.h. fastball into the right field gap, scoring both Mancini and Smith with his first hit of the 2019 season.

Since 2005, the Red Sox are 9-4 in Patriots' Day games, with their last three losses coming by one run. Davis hit that home run off his former teammate Zack Britton. He broke the record for the longest hitless streak in baseball in early April.

Out of all the great storylines to follow this MLB season, the biggest story taking the league by storm is the ongoing struggles for Chris Davis.


Given how poorly Davis started the season, his recent stretch can be considered a hot streak.

We'll see if this hit will be the at-bat that puts momentum in Davis' favor.

The model recommends two full-game moneylines, and one moneyline for the first five innings (F5) on Monday.

The days of Davis receiving MVP votes are over, but he still walks and can provide pop.

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