- Ike Davis and the Missing HR
Anyone who regularly reads my work knows that Ike Davis has been a favorite of mine for years. More often than not, that love has proven to be misguided, leading me to spend money on a player who has
- Ike Davis and the Malfunctioning Parachute
Ike Davis homered in the season's second game. He homered twice a couple weeks later, then he homered again a week after that. That makes it sound like Davis hit a flurry of home runs, which he
- Ike Davis Looks to Connect
is simply noise.
Among players who had at least 300 PA in 2013 and 2014, two stood out as having the biggest contact rate improvements. Yasiel Puig and Ike Davis both had improvements of 7
- Deciding Whether or Not to Trade Ike Davis
In a piece of news that would have seemed impossible at one time, there's scuttlebutt that New York Mets might be open to trading Ike Davis this offseason. A source told Adam Rubin of ESPNNY
- Ike Davis Sheds the Bust Label
When the season is over and people start producing Top Prospect rankings, Ike Davis will likely be in the middle of a top 100 list. That is not surprising for someone of his pedigree, a first-round
- Ike Davis: A Tale of Two Seasons
You'd be hard-pressed to find many guys listed on more "sleeper" lists last spring than Ike Davis. The 25 year-old Mets first baseman showed signs of breaking out in 2011, putting up an impressive
- 2012 Pod Projections: Ike Davis
as their keeper league fantasy owners. Ike Davis is certainly to be one of the primary beneficiaries of the change. With Prince Fielder and Albert Pujols' departure to the other league this off-season
- Ike Davis Is the Punchline to a Steven Wright Joke
Step One: Regard the following, embiggenable image of Mets first baseman and noted Member of the Tribe Ike Davis dressed a cowboy.
Step Two: Regard the following animated video of a Steven
- Ike Davis Can't Do Any Worse
NEW YORK -- Ike Davis, who recently claimed he "can't do any worse," did worse last night, as he went 0-6 with 9 strikeouts and 21 strikeout-assists, where he ran up to the plate and literally
- Braves Provide Preview of How to Approach Ike Davis
This past Tuesday on MLB Network's Clubhouse Confidential, I predicted that Mets first basemen Ike Davis would be the breakout player in MLB this coming season. Yes, it was a bit of a homer pick
- Ike Davis & Trevor Bauer: Waiver Wire
Two youngsters this week, one a corner bat off to a dreadful start and another a starting pitcher yet to throw a big league inning...
Ike Davis | 1B | Mets | Owned: 38% Yahoo! and 27.0% ESPN
- Ike Davis & the Culpability of the Mets Medical Staff
Nothing is set in stone, but Ike Davis has some torn cartilage and a bone bruise in his ankle that is not healing. He'll face some more tests and try to run in three weeks, but if he can't, he'll
- What Is Up (Besides Your Frustration) With Ike Davis?
While Ike Davis may not have been the super-trendy sleeper this year like he was going into 2012, he was still marketed as a nice buy-low candidate after a rough opening two months last year masked
- Ike Arrives
It was inevitable. After just two weeks, the Mets summoned hot shot prospect Ike Davis from the minors to replace Mike Jacobs, the last big power hitting prospect produced by their farm system. Davis
- Could Ike Davis Be Better than We Think?
Let's get all the Ike Davis caveats out of the way first.
He owes much of his .338/.421/.600 start to a blistering .397 batting average on balls in play. It's not reasonable to assume
- Prospect Watch: The Mets' Return for Ike Davis
in the National League's toughest division, six games behind the surging Brewers. While it's too early to be concerned, the Pirates acquired Ike Davis from the Mets to platoon with Gaby Sanchez. After years
- I Like Ike
Ike Davis started the 2011 season off with 7 HRs and a 0.302 AVG in 36 games. Then he broke his ankle thereby ending his season. The big question in 2012 is: Can he continue to hit the same after
- A Spike in Ike's Value
With yesterday's cut of first baseman Mike Jacobs in New York, Mets followers are eagerly anticipating word that top hitting prospect Ike Davis is on his way to the Majors. It's certainly not a huge
- First Basemen on the Rise: Gonzo, Dunn, Ike
to fret just yet, and although Dunn won't give you a batting average worth writing home about (.250-.265ish), the counting stats will be hard to top.
The Sophomore: Ike Davis
The Mets' first baseman
- B.J. Upton, Chris Davis and Breakouts
- 2013 Fantasy Baseball MVP: Chris Davis
is an absolute steal.
To put this in perspective, another "Davis" was being drafted ahead of the 2013 MVP: Ike Davis. The same Ike Davis who wasn't even a top-50 first baseman this year. Even Lyle
- Waiver Wire Spot Starts: Ellis, Denorfia, Davis
of that is held up by BABIP which may mellow over the coming weeks -- but look for a good lefty match-up and run him out there with confidence.
Ike Davis might not be widely available in your
- Potential ottoneu Value in Minors: Davis, Ackley, Chisenhall
them back for more seasoning in the minors. I expected Ike Davis, Dustin Ackley and Lonnie Chisenhall to play key roles on teams for me, and all have been major disappointments. But the season isn't
- Arrieta and Davis
Jacob Arrieta and Wade Davis are both aged 24, right-handed, and rookie starting pitchers cutting their teeth in the frenzied American League East. Neither is recording the kind of whiffs their stuff