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I remember Eric Davis as being good. Of course I was 12 at the time. Was he good?
Eric Davis was great. Then he got cancer and played through chemo. Then he was still pretty good.
I think you're confusing Eric Davis with Marty Cordova.
.321/.380/.567 line in his two seasons here. You know, those two years WHERE HE HAD CANCER.
storm davis was better than all of these guys /viper
'97 was the year he had cancer and his OPS was .883. After slaying cancer in '97, he slayed AL pitching in '98 with a .970 OPS and 28 HR.
Holy shit. What were Bobby Alomar and bonilla's numbers that year?
That was the year my parents had a full season slate in section 12 and I went to like 60 games. I would always focus on Robby Alomar hitting .400. Also one game that year I ate too many cool ranch Doritos and puked in the aisle.
On the jays alomar became my favorite player in baseball. When he came to the os he became my favorite of all time
He did a great job fighting cancer. The post was more homage to CD than dogging the other guys. God mode.
"roomers are for bitches and bitches get fucked up."
Bobby Bo never played with Eric Davis here. '95 he put up a .333/.392/.544 in his time in Baltimore and a .287/.363/.491 line in '96.
'96 - .328/.411/.527
'97 - .333/.390/.500
'98 - .282/.347/.418
That's the mortal record.
Glenn Davis is the black sheep of the otherwise stellar baseballing Davisi
Eric Davis was one of the most naturally gifted players ever. Dude stole 50 bases and hit 37 homers in the same year.
Chris Davis's forearms are the size of an adult woman's thighs.
Holy shit baseball was awesome back then.
He is 7 for 8 vs. RHP this year.
this pic is hilarious
And if if remember correctly, that was the game he hit the ball off the catwalk in Tampa, so he should've had one that game too.
Davis has more RBIs than half the teams in baseball.
A historic start to the season
Detroit Hustles Harder
Show was quoted last night "Pretty sure he won't be able to keep that up" LOL
0.9 fWAR through 4 games
im sorry i was confusing...your "Superbowl" was the Redskins losing since you know that the Ravens cant win it all.
I remember watching a game at OPACY, where Eric Davis got brushed back with the bases loaded, but the ump called a strike. Eric stepped back, screamed at the ump for about 10 seconds-face to face-but managed not to get tossed, stepped back in, and jacked a grand slam.
Single most awesome HR I ever saw in person besides Hoiles' game-winning slam vs. the Mariners in the bottom of the 9th, down by 3, on a 3-2 count.
One of the most dramatic games in MLB History! In a see-saw battle between the O's & M's (including a grand slam by M's rookie A-Rod), Chris Hoiles- on a full count with 2 outs- hits a walk-off grand slam to win it 14-13!
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