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At the beginning of September, the Fish established that Davis, 28, would see most of the action behind the plate for the rest of this campaign. Davis is a career .248 hitter in the minors. He had a perhaps surprising season for Triple-A New Orleans (.287/.354/.455 in 272 plate appearances).
This month, Davis is probably exceeding expectations; he's 12-for-53 with three homers (a third of his total with the Zephyrs this year) and 11 RBIs. He blasted a salami yesterday. Davis looks like a BA and OBP liability, but he had a solid walk rate on the farm.
Davis' run may not last beyond Monday, but in two-catcher leagues, there's no point in ignoring him with this little time left. This is strictly short-term advice.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Consider
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