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    19th Hole
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    Ike Davis Sighting

    Hallucination or 2 RBI single??

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    Guy came through HUGH for me tonight!

    Hebrew Hammer clap clap clap clap clap!

    I think he bumped his average up to .178 or something, boys

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    Ike was stuggling first two months of last season also. He ended up with 30 HR's and 90 RBI's. Could be just a notorious slow starter for his career not hitting good in cold weather.

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    He will be back to shiz after tonight. It was sunday night baseball so the betting public usually gets screwed by screwy happenings. E.g.: Ike Davis clutch; Marcum looking like an ace. WTF gives

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    A first baseman throughout his professional career, the Dodgers are considering turning Ike Davis into a pitcher, per Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. Pitching isn’t foreign to the 30-year-old Davis, who was an accomplished hurler in high school and went on to strike out 78 hitters in as many innings at Arizona State. Now struggling offensively at Triple-A this season (.206/.257/.381 in 70 plate appearances), Davis threw a bullpen session Friday, tweets Oklahoma City broadcaster Alex Freedman. Dodgers director of player development Gabe Kapler then commented, “We all know he’s an athlete, and we believe he might be able to provide value in many different areas.” Davis is best known for his 32-home run season with the Mets in 2012, though he hasn’t made much of an offensive impact in the majors or minors since then. Davis isn’t the first Triple-A position player the Dodgers have experimented with on the mound this year, as they’ve also tried outfielder Brett Eibner in that role. Unfortunately, though, the club had to shut down Eibner on account of a sore arm, according to Gurnick.

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    good luck to him.. would be cool to see him sticking around as a pitcher