general manager Sandy Alderson said the in first baseman despite a slow start for a second straight season. Davis is batting .172 with a .312 slugging percentage through 27 games.
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Alderson isn’t the only person backing the struggling Davis. Manager Terry Collins said he will continue to start Davis because he feels a turnaround is also in his future.
“He’s got a track record of doing it,” Collins said. “I know if we keep getting him out there, he’s going to eventually find it.”
Davis appears to have a formula for snapping his prolonged slump.
“Last year I did some things I probably shouldn’t have done early, like I stopped trying to drive the ball and that was my second month (of struggling) so it just got worse,” Davis said. “Finally, I went back to driving the ball. Last year, I didn’t know if it was ever going to stop. But now, I know eventually it’s gonna start happening. I feel like, I am getting better.”
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