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Crush surpassed his 2014 HR and RBI totals last night


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2014: 26 HR, 72 RBI (525 PA)

2015: 27 HR, 75 RBI (424 PA)

Since June 10, Crush has hit .278/.350/.563, with 15 HR and 42 RBI in 47 games.

I've been saying to friends and family for awhile that he should be the number 1 priority FA signing of all our players leaving. I'll be upset if we don't make a strong push to resign him.

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Very happy with Davis' season so far. He's shown his versatility and is showing is above average offensive production. He's the one FA of ours that I would consider signing to a 100m contract. It's very risky, but it may be worth it if we don't think we can replace his offensive production any other way.

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2014: 26 HR, 72 RBI (525 PA)

2015: 27 HR, 75 RBI (424 PA)

Since June 10, Crush has hit .278/.350/.563, with 15 HR and 42 RBI in 47 games.

Yes, he did. :cool:

I made a note of it when he tied those numbers two days ago in another thread:

Last year, Davis had 26 HR and 72 RBI in 525 plate appearances.

This year, Davis has 26 HR and 72 RBI in 418 plate appearances.

He also has 1 more double (17) than he did last season (16.)

http://forum.orioleshangout.com/forums/showthread.php/149269-Chris-Davis-Home-Run-Watch-2015/page2

Go, Davis.

Go, Orioles.

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Currently #4 in MLB in RBI, #7 in HR. #1 in Strikeouts :(

So long as overall production is good, I don't care how he makes his outs. He's on pace for 40 HR, 110 RBI. I'll live with the strikeouts if he can keep that up.

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Unless he completely tanks the rest of the season, he gone. No way the O's win a bidding war for him, nor should they.

Right now I couldn't care less about what happens after the season ends. I'm much more interested in whether Crush can stay hot enough to help keep us in the pennant race. I'll worry about the offseason when it's here.

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Right now I couldn't care less about what happens after the season ends. I'm much more interested in whether Crush can stay hot enough to help keep us in the pennant race. I'll worry about the offseason when it's here.

OH yea no doubt keep crushing them baby. :thumbsup1:

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So long as overall production is good, I don't care how he makes his outs. He's on pace for 40 HR, 110 RBI. I'll live with the strikeouts if he can keep that up.

I actually believe Chris Davis is for real. He has a .294 BABIP this year which is a very normal BABIP and is actually well below his career BABIP of .317. But I just don't trust him to still be productive three years from now because he's such a flawed hitter. High strikeout guys never age well. See Ryan Howard and Adam Dunn.

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