1B - BAL - IL10
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde says Chris Davis (knee) won't return in 2020.
Davis wound up hitting .115 in 16 games for Baltimore this season. He still has two years remaining on a seven-year, $161 million contract from 2016.
Chris Davis was placed on the 10-day injured list with left knee patellar tendinitis. It's the same issue that forced him two miss time earlier this season.
The former All Star has only appeared in 16 games this season for the O's, slashing a putrid .115/.164/.173 with no home runs.
Chris Davis started his first game since August 19th, going 0-for-3 with a strikeout in the second game of Friday's doubleheader against the Yankees. The Orioles lost, 10-1.
Davis hit eighth in the order and is slashing .115/.164/.173 in 52 at-bats. Keep him on the waiver wire.
Chris Davis, who had been on the IL since August 21st with left knee patellar tendinitis, has been activated. Dilson Herrera was designated for assignment in a corresponding move.
Davis had been battling the knee issue all season before heading to the IL back in late August. He has zero fantasy value with his .122/.173/.184 batting line across 49 at-bats this season.
Chris Davis (knee) has been playing in sim games and is traveling with the Orioles on their current road trip.
Davis could be activated before Baltimore's final home stand, which begins on September 14th. He could have a lesser role upon returning, however, and he certainly doesn't have any fantasy value at the moment.