Chris Davis Finally Snaps Historic Hitless Streak

Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. hits in the batting cage during their first full squad workout at their spring training baseball facility in Ft. Myers Fla. Monday Feb. 18 2019

WORST HITTER IN MLB HISTORY: Chris Davis' record hitless streak at 0 for 54

This was his first blast since August 24 as he continues to embarrass the Red Sox during this series. It didn't come until the bottom of the eighth inning, but a three-run shot put by Xander Bogaerts put an exclamation point on the ballgame and continued a depressing run by this pitching staff.

Unfortunately, the O's offense struggled against David Price on Sunday afternoon. Dan Straily and Hector Velazquez are supposed to start, however, rain will likely have an impact.

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Prior to Satuday's game against the Red Sox, Davis' hitless streak dated back to September 15, and his 0-for-54 mark set an Major League Baseball record - although that's not really the kind of record you want.

The Orioles and Red Sox are scheduled to play at 11:00 am on Monday. Davis sprayed the ball all over the field Saturday, driving doubles toward both left and right field in subsequent at-bats to finish 3-for-5 and showing flashes of the Chris Davis who hit.286/.370/.634 with 53 homers, 138 RBIs and 6.5 WAR in 2013. That makes sense to some degree, as the Orioles have a horrendous bullpen but Boston should have done more damage against the likes of Means. While the Orioles are capable of putting runs on the board (as they showed yesterday), they also proved yesterday that they can also be incapable of doing anything offensively. His 18.1% strikeout rate is pedestrian, as is his 9.9% walk rate.

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