Davis joins an elite class of former Baltimore players who have had at least 30 home runs in three seasons. The others were: Eddie Murray (five seasons), Rafael Palmeiro (four), Boog Powell (four) and Frank Robinson (three).
Entering Tuesday's game, Davis had 11 home runs with 29 RBIs in his previous 19 games. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, only Jim Gentile in 1961 and Albert Belle in 2000 have had as many home runs and RBIs in fewer than 20 games.
"Chris is always one swing away from something good happening," Showalter said. "When he squares the ball up, it usually goes someplace where you cant catch it.
"I think Chris realizes that the more pull-conscious he is, the more challenging it becomes for him. So I think he's been real comfortable spraying the ball all over the field."