The Chris Davis of the first half of 2013 was SO FAR above his career norms, it was completely unrealistic to expect him to be "that guy" for the next few years. He actually had a tough stretch his 3rd and some of his 4th year in TEX. Granted, .201 is terrible, but I don't think he's that guy permanently either. I'll credit Duquette and company for not overpaying him based on the 2013 season (though the Orioles rarely overpay for excessively good production). Just hope he turns in to a .250-.260 ish, 30-ish HR guy. He seems slow to adjust to big changes in how folks pitch him. Right now, start a breaking ball AT him and get it over the plate... and he's not swinging. He's biting on stuff that starts at the plate and falls away. It's a mental thing.
Reimold's issues are both mental and physical. No point in holding out hope any longer there, in my opinion.
Edited by Ravens2006, 06 July 2014 - 12:37 PM.
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