Married, wife’s name is Jill…The couple has three daughters: Ella, and twins: Evie and Grace....The Davises serve as ambassadors of the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital (UMCH) to help raise awareness for childhood illnesses and UMCH’s role as a leader in patient care and pediatric disease research...The couple donated $3 million to UMCH in November of 2019 to fund the Evelyn Kay Davis Congenital Hybrid Catheterization Suite, the largest philanthropic donation from a Baltimore sports figure to UMMC…Hosts “Crush’s Homers for Hearts,” an annual charity Home Run Derby event at Oriole Park at Camden Yards that benefits the Pediatric Heart Program at UMCH that has raised more than $250,000 since its creation...Supports numerous military initiatives…Three-time Orioles nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award (2017-2019)…Honored at the Musial Awards in 2019 (formerly the National Sportsmanship Awards), which honors individuals for remarkable acts of class, character, kindness, selflessness, perseverance, and integrity in sports...Recognized alongside Henry Frasca, a young Red Sox fan that wrote Davis an uplifting letter during his rough start to the 2019 season.
Appeared on his ninth-straight Opening Day roster with the Orioles and the 11th of his career...Three of his six hits on the season were doubles; doubled in consecutive games (8/6-7) for the first time since 9/17-18/17...Recorded one multi-hit game on the season (8/7 at WSH)...Placed on the Injured List twice during the season; from 8/21-9/8 and 9/14-end of season (left knee patellar tendinitis)...Struck out at least once in 12 of the 16 games he appeared in.
Hit his 250th career home run as an Oriole on 8/2 vs. TOR; became the fastest player in team history (since 1954) to reach the milestone (1,110 games)... Started the season 0-for-33 and was hitless in 54-straight at-bats and 62-straight plate appearances dating back to the 2018 season, setting a Major League record... Drove in a season-high four RBI on 4/13 at BOS; most since 7/29/18 vs. TB (also four RBI)... Recorded a multi-double game on 4/13 at BOS; first since 6/19/16 vs. TOR... Made his second career pitching appearance on 4/20 vs. MIN (G2) (1.0 IP, 2 H, R, HR, K)... Started in RF on 6/6 at TEX; his first appearance in the outfield since 8/21/16... Recorded his 10th home run of the season on 8/28 at WSH; his eighth-straight season with 10-or-more home runs... Hit a go-ahead home run in the seventh inning on 9/22 vs. SEA off LHP Marco Gonzales; his second home run of the season against left-handed pitching (7/30 at SD off LHP Matt Strahm), with both being go-ahead home runs... Homered in back-to-back games on 9/22-23 for the first time since 7/7-8/18 at MIN... Failed to steal a base for the first time since the 2009 season, snapping a stretch of nine straight years with at least one stolen base... Placed on the 10-day injured list from 5/26-6/4 (left hip inflammation).
Played in his 1,000th career game as an Oriole on 8/11 vs. BOS (G2); became the 18th player in Orioles history to reach the 1,000-game plateau...Hit a go-ahead three-run home run on 6/27 vs. SEA, it was his 84th career go-ahead home run and his 18th in the eighth inning-or-later...Hit .294 (20-for-68) in 18 games from 8/14-9/4; hit .226 (21-for-93) in 25 August games, his highest monthly average...Stole two bases (7/13 vs. TEX and 7/24 vs. BOS) for his first multi-stolen base season since 2015; has stolen at least one base in 10 of his 11 Major League seasons, excluding 2009...Scored multiple runs in three-straight games, 7/27-29; first time doing so since 7/12-14/13...Homered in back-to-back games three different times (5/8-9, 6/27-28, and 7/7-8)...Hit his 11th career Eutaw Street home run (the most all-time) on 6/27 vs. SEA... Since the start of 2012, ranks fourth in the majors among active players with 239 home runs.
Since the start of 2012, ranks second in the majors among active players with 223 home runs...Ranks 10th among active players with 370 extra-base hits during this time...One of seven Oriole hitters with 20-or-more home runs...He joined Welington Castillo, Mark Trumbo, Manny Machado, Jonathan Schoop, Adam Jones, and Trey Mancini with at least 20 home runs with the Orioles...The 2017 season marked the second time in Orioles history (since 1954) that the team has had seven players with 20-or-more homers in a season (also 1996)...According to STATS, LLC., the 2017 Orioles were the sixth Major League team with at least seven players with 20-or-more home runs in a season, and first since the 2010 Toronto Blue Jays...Hit his 224th career home run as an Oriole on 9/22 vs. TB to pass Rafael Palmeiro (223) for sole possession of sixth place on the Orioles all-time home run list (since 1954)...Collected his 1,000th career hit with a double in the ninth inning on 8/25 at BOS; of his first 1,000 career hits, 219 came with TEX (4 seasons) and 781 with BAL (7 seasons)... With his home run on 8/31 vs. TOR, Davis passed Rafael Palmeiro (124) for second on Oriole Park's all-time home run list; currently has 127, trailing only Adam Jones (137)...Had a seven-game hitting streak from 5/30-6/6 (.333, 9-for-27, 3 HR, 5 R, 7 RBI, 1 BB)...Hit his eighth career grand slam 7/18 vs. TEX, also homered earlier that night...It marked is 19th career multi-homer game... Drove in a career-high six RBI in the game...Became the first player in Orioles history (since 1954) to hit two extra-inning, go-ahead home runs in the same game (5/16 at DET, 12th inning/13th inning)...Became the first Orioles player with multiple extra-inning home runs since Mike Young on 5/28/87...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Davis and Matt Adams are only players with multiple home runs in the 12th inning or later of a game...Was the second player in the Expansion Era (since 1961) to hit two go-ahead home runs in extra-innings joining Matt Adams (STL) on 9/4/13 (at CIN, 14th inning/16th inning)...Was a part of both triple plays turned by the Orioles; a 6-4-3 in the bottom of the eighth on 5/2 at BOS and a 5-4-3 in the top of the second on 8/3 vs. DET...Placed on the 10-day disabled list from 6/14-7/14 (retroactive to 6/13) with a right oblique strain.
Ranks eighth on the Orioles all-time home runs list with 199 (B. Anderson ranks seventh with 209)...Was one of four Orioles to homer in the frst inning on 8/19 vs. HOU before the Astros recorded an out (frst time in MLB history since 1900, per STATS, LLC.)...Homered in four straight games from 8/17-20 vs. BOS, vs. HOU... Tied for the club lead with 13 game-winning RBI (also Jonathan Schoop)...Finished tied for eighth in the AL with 38 home runs... Ranked tied for fourth in the AL with 88 walks... Walked a career-high four times on 6/1 vs. BOS and 4/21 vs. TOR... Named AL Player of the Week for 6/6-12 after batting .368/.462,1.211 (7-for-19) with one double, fve home runs, and 10 RBI in six games...It was his fourth career AL POW Award (last 6/2/2013)...From 6/6-12, led MLB in home runs (5), slugging percentage (1.211), and total bases (23)...Homered in fve consecutive games (6/7-12), logging four multi-RBI games during that week... Matched his career high for the 10th time with four hits on 5/11 at MIN (4-for-5, 2 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI)... Matched his career high for the seventh time with fve RBI on 4/11 at BOS...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it was the most RBI by a visiting player against the Red Sox in their home opener in the team's franchise history...Since the start of 2012, leads the majors with 197 home runs... Since the start of 2013, ranks tied for ffth in in the majors with 275 extra-base hits... Became the third player to hit 100 career home runs at OPACY on 6/3 vs. NYY...Ranks third on the ballpark's all-time home run list (112) behind A. Jones (120) and R. Palmeiro (124)... Hit his 10th career Eutaw Street home run on 8/18 vs. HOU as part of the 16th multi-home run game of his career...His 10 career Eutaw Street home runs are the most by any player in Oriole Park history (surpassed Luke Scott's six on 6/16/2015 vs. PHI)...Signed a seven-year contract with the Orioles on 1/21... Started at frst base for the 2016 AL Wild Card Game at Toronto (0-for-3, 1 BB)
Earned second Most Valuable Oriole Award, as voted on by local media...Led the majors in home runs (47), finished third in RBI (117), seventh in slugging percentage (.562), 13th in runs scored (100), and 10th in batting WAR (3.7) and 23rd in WAR (4.5)...His 47 home runs were the fourth-highest single-season total in club history (since 1954)...Became the first Oriole in club history to log two separate 40-homer seasons...Slugged his 200th career home run on 9/30 vs. TOR (GM 2)...Logged his 500th career RBI on 7/30 vs. DET...Hit a walk-off single in the 13th inning to give the Orioles a 6-5 victory 9/15 vs. BOS...Hit two walk-off home runs (8/15 vs. OAK, 9/2 vs. TB)...Led the Orioles in batting average (.293), on-base percentage (.409), and slugging percentage (.669) after the All-Star break (min. 237 plate appearances)...Led the club in home runs (28), RBI (65), walks (46), tied for first in doubles (16), and ranked second in hits (78) after the All-Star break...Entering 2016, ranks third on the Oriole Park all-time home runs list (95) and 10th on the Orioles all-time home runs list (161)...Became the first Oriole to post two separate 40-home run, 25-double seasons (also did so in 2013 with 53 HR, 42 doubles)...Is the fifth Oriole to hit at least 30 home runs in three separate seasons (also E. Murray, five seasons; R. Palmeiro, four seasons; B. Powell, four seasons; F. Robinson, three seasons)...Posted eight multi-homer games and has logged 15 multi-homer games in his career...Led the majors with eight multi-homer games ...Posted a career-high tying 11-game hitting streak, 6/20-7/1, batting .341/.413/.683 (also 9/22-10/2/12)...Hit the 82nd Eutaw Street home run in the history of OPACY, 8/14 vs. OAK, his third of the season (also 4/29 vs. CWS, 6/16 vs. PHI)...It was the 34th by an Oriole...His eight career Eutaw Street home runs are the most by an individual player in Oriole Park history (surpassed Luke Scott's six on 6/16 vs. PHI).
Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to 4/26, with a left oblique strain, reinstated on 5/11...Placed on the Paternity List, 5/25-27...Had a career-long 20-game on-base streak, 4/2-24, during which he batted .268/.393/.408...Notched his second career three-homer game on 5/20 at PIT, collecting five RBI, joining Boog Powell and Eddie Murray (three) as the only players in club history with multiple three-homer games...It was the 19th three-home run game in Interleague play history...Hit two grand slams, the first of which was his 100th career home run as an Oriole on 6/17 at TB...Hit his second career walk-off home run on 6/23 vs. CWS (also 5/14/09 vs. SEA) as a pinch hitter...Hit first Orioles pinch-hit walk-off home run since Larry Sheets, 8/24/88 vs. SEA...It was the second pinch-hit home run of his career (also 9/10/10 at LAA)...On 7/7 vs. WSH, paired with J.J. Hardy to hit the Orioles first back-to-back home runs in extra innings since Frank Robinson and Boog Powell on 6/3/69 vs. OAK...Hit the 150th home run of his career on 8/8...On 8/25, joined Delmon Young and J.J. Hardy to hit back-to-back-to-back homers, the Orioles first since 5/10/12 vs. TEX (G1)...Suspended 25 games by Major League Baseball on 9/12 for testing positive for an amphetamine.
Set Orioles franchise records and led MLB with 53 home runs, 96 extra-base hits and 370 total bases and was named Most Valuable Oriole... Named to his 1st career AL All-Star Team and was the leading vote getter (8.2 million) among all players... Participated in the HR Derby at Citi Field... Won his 1st career Silver Slugger Award (as AL 1B) and was a finalist for the Gold Glove at first base for American Leaguers... Named AL Player of the Month for April (.348/.442/.728 9 HR and 28 RBI in 27 games)... Won two AL Player of the Week Awards (April 1-7 and May 27-June 2)... Led the majors in RBI (138), becoming the second Oriole to lead the majors (Miguel Tejada in 2004)... Became third Oriole to lead majors in extra-base hits, joining Frank Robinson (85 in 1966) and Cal Ripken, Jr. (85 in 1991)... 96 XBH tied for 29th in MLB history and he was the first player since Derrek Lee (99) in 2005 to record 96 or more XBH in a season... Led the majors with 138 RBI, which were the fourth-most in a season in Orioles history behind Miguel Tejada's 150 in 2004, Rafael Palmeiro's 142 in 1996 and Jim Gentile's 141 in 1961... Led the majors in homers and RBI, becoming the 39th player to accomplish the feat... Hit 28 home runs at Oriole Park, setting a franchise record, breaking Frank Robinson's mark (he hit 27 homers at Memorial Stadium in 1966)... Led the majors in home runs with two strikes (19), tying Brady Anderson (1996) for the most in a season dating back to 1988 (furthest back STATS searches can go)... Set a club record with 199 strikeouts, topping Mark Reynolds' 196 in 2011... Led the majors with 96 extra-base hits, finishing 21 ahead of second place Paul Goldschmidt and since 1871, only three other players have led the majors in extra-base hits by a margin of 21 or more: Babe Ruth (+36 in 1921), Stan Musial (+22 in 1948) and Albert Belle (+22 in 1995)... Became the third player in MLB history to hit 50 homers and 40 doubles in a season, joining Ruth (59-HR/44-2B in 152 games in 1921) and Belle (52-HR/50-2B for Cleveland in 143 games in 1995)... Is the fourth left-handed hitter in AL history to hit 53 or more homers and drive in 138 or more runs in the same season, joining Babe Ruth (1921, 1927, 1928), Ken Griffey, Jr. (1997 and 1998) and Roger Maris (1961)... His 53 homers were 26th-most in baseball history and were the most in the majors since Jose Bautista hit 54 in 2010... Became the fifth player since 2003 to hit 53 or more, joining Bautista, Alex Rodriguez (54 in 2007), David Ortiz (54 in 2006) and Ryan Howard (58 in 2006)... His 50 home runs as a first baseman are the most in the AL since 1974 (the furthest back STATS LLC can search)... 24 of his 53 home runs have either tied the game (five) or given the Orioles the lead (19)... Hit 12 home runs on Wednesdays, tying him for second-most in a season with Roger Maris (1961) and Frank Thomas (2000) behind Tino Martinez (14 in 1997 for New York) for the most in AL history on Wednesdays (the MLB record for Wednesday homers is 19 by Jeff Bagwell in 1999)... Broke Rafael Palmeiro's club mark for most homers in consecutive seasons (81 during the 1997-98 seasons) with 86 between the 2012-13 seasons... With his double on September 11, became the first player in Orioles history to hit 40 doubles and 40 homers in the same season, the 36th 40-double/40-homer season in MLB history and Davis was the 26th player to accomplish the feat
Set career-highs in G (139), AB (515), R (75), H (139), HR (team-leading 33), RBI (85), BB (37) and TB (258) in his first full season with the O's... Made 137 total starts at 1B (19-19), LF (6-5), RF (14-14) and DH (37-23)...Had never played the OF in the majors until this
season... Named AL Co-Player of the Week with Justin Verlander for the week ending September 30 (7 G, .423 AVG, 5 HR, 10 RBI, 8 R,)...Earned the win with 2.0 scoreless IP, 5/6 @BOS, becoming the first AL position player to earn a victory on the mound since
Rocky Colavito, 8/25/68 (NYY-DET)...First player to bat 0-8 and earn the win in the same game since Rube Waddell, July 4, 1905...Had the O's first 3HR game, 8/24 vs. TOR, since Nick Markakis, 8/22/06 vs. MIN...Became 4th player in ML history with a 3HR game & pitching win in the same season (Guy Hecker, 1886 LOU Colonels), Babe Ruth (1930 NYY) and Jim Tobin (1942 BOS))...Posted career-best 11-game hit streak, 9/22-10/2, during which he batted .436 (17-39) with a 1.526 OPS...Hit HR in six-straight games, 9/26-10/1, tying the club record set by Reggie Jackson, who hit seven home runs over span, (7/18-23/76)
...Joined Adam Jones with 30+ HR, the 5th pair of O's teammates to hit 30+ in the same season (6th time in franchise history)...Hit 22 HR at Camden Yards, the 2nd highest single season total in park history (Rafael Palmeiro, 25 in 1998)...Batted .393/.464/.902 in 17 games and set a new single-season club record vs. TOR with 9 HR...Hit 20 of his 33HR vs. AL East...Hit first career grand slam, 7/31 @NYY...Went 1-for-4 @TEX in the AL Wild Card Game...Batted .200 (4-20) with 2 RBI in ALDS vs. NYY (5G).
Was acquired by the Birds July 30, 2011 from the Texas Rangers with RHP Tommy Hunter in exchange for RHP Koji Uehara...Homered in his second game for his first hit as an Oriole August 2 at Kansas City off Everett Teaford...Posted a season-high three hits on September 8 against New York and September 19 at Boston...Drove in a season-high three runs September 14 against Tampa Bay...Struck out five times September 7 at New York, the most by an Oriole since Phil Bradley September 7, 1989 at Texas... Appeared in 48 games for Triple-A Round Rock (Rangers), batting .368 (71-193) with 14 doubles, a triple, 24 homers and 66 RBI... Went 9-for-17 (.529) with two doubles, four homers, five runs scored and 10 RBI in the first four games of the year for the Express... Had five multi-homer games for the Express, including a three-homer night against Iowa on April 9... Drove in four or more runs in a game five times, including five-RBI efforts on April 9 against Iowa and July 20 against New Orleans...Posted three six-game hitting streaks (May 24-29, June 18-23 and July 17-22)...Was 7-for-10 with four homers, six runs scored and nine RBI in three games June 18-20 against Omaha...Went 5-for-13 with four homers and eight RBI in three games June 26-28 against Oklahoma City...In 21 June games, batted .361 (30-83) with 10 homers and 28 RBI for the Express...In 31 home games for the Express at Dell Diamond, hit .403 (50-124) with 20 homers and 52 RBI...Batted .417 (10-24) with runners in scoring position and two out for Round Rock.
Was with Texas for 3 separate stints: Opening Day-April 22, July 9-28, and Sept. 11-end of season...did not appear on any of the Rangers' postseason rosters...spent the balance of the season with Oklahoma City (AAA).
Combined to hit .238 (93-391) with 21 home runs, 15 doubles and 59 RBI in 113 games over his 2 separate stints with Texas...finished fifth on the club in homers and sixth in RBI ...had seventh-most strikeouts in the A.L. (150)...started 92 games at first base, 10 at third base, and 4 as the DH...after return on August 25, topped the Rangers in average (.308), hits (41), RBI (26), and slugging (.496) over the rest of the season.
Batted .285 with 17 home runs, 23 doubles, and 55 RBI over 80 games for Texas in his major league debut...beginning with his call-up on June 26, ranked among overall American League leaders in extra-base hits (T6th, 42), slugging (8th, .549), home runs
(T8th), doubles (T10th), and RBI (T10th)...led all Rangers in each of those 5 categories as well as total bases (162) over that span...for the year, ranked among Texas team leaders in homers (4th), RBI (6th), extra-base hits (T6th), runs (8th), and doubles (T8th)...had 11 go-ahead RBI for the Rangers, 6th-most on the club...beginning June 29, would start 50 straight and 76 of the team's final 80 contests...made 77 total starts, 46 at first base and 31 at third base...although he had played at first base throughout the early part of 2008, was switched to third late in the year when issues with Hank Blalock's right shoulder did not allow him to play third...hit for higher average at home (.293) than on the road (.275), but had more homers (9) and higher slugging pct. (.558) in road games...had a .169 (10-59) average from Aug. 1-17 (16 games), but beginning Aug. 18 would hit .320 (40-125) the rest of the way
to finish at .285...opened career with season-high (twice) 6-game hit streak from June 26-July 2, T2nd-longest to begin a career in Texas history...had 4 straight multi-hit games July 22-26...recorded 26 multi-hit games, including career-high 4 hits on Sept. 26 at LA
of Anaheim...had his contract purchased on June 26 and made his major league debut as a pinch-hitter that night in Houston...recorded an infield single to third on the first pitch of his first career plate appearance (vs. Oscar Villarreal)...would score from first on the next pitch on Marlon Byrd's triple...earlier on the day of his call-up, was named by Major League
Baseball as a member of the U.S. Team for the XM All-Star Futures Game set to be played at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, July 13...would not end up playing in that game as he would stay with the big league club.
Named Rangers' Tom Grieve Minor League Player of the Year after combining to bat .297 with 36 home runs and 118 RBI with Bakersfield (A) and Frisco (AA) in second professional season...ranked second among all minor league players in both home runs and
RBI...also placed among overall minor league leaders in total bases (5th, 296) and slugging (10th, .598)...recorded a 35-game hit streak while with Bakersfield, tying a California League record...ranked fourth in the California League in slugging (.573) and homers (24-tied)...led the club in HR, RBI, and doubles despite missing the last month-plus of the season...had 5 multi-homer games (all 2-HR contests), including 4 HR in span of 2 games June 27-28...Played in Cal/Carolina League All-Star Game on June 19 at Stockton...was promoted
to Frisco on July 30...had 2 HR on Aug. 10 vs. Tulsa...ranked second in Texas League with 11 HR and 25 RBI in August, earning Rangers Minor League Player of the Month honors...hit .333 with 2 doubles in Texas League playoffs...played for Surprise Rafters in Arizona Fall League, going 3-for-13 with a HR and 2 RBI in 4 games.
Ranked among Northwest League leaders in extra base hits (2nd, 34), home runs (3rd, 15), slugging (4th, .534), and doubles (T4th, 18) in first pro season at Spokane (short season
A)...led the Indians in games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, home runs and RBI...named to the Topps and Baseball America's Short Season/Rookie All-Star teams at first base...received Northwest League postseason All-Star honors as the designated hitter...posted a season-high 19-game hit streak, the second longest in the NWL, from July 14-Aug. 3...named the organization's Minor League Player of the Month for July, batting .343 (34-99) with 11 doubles, 10 home runs and 25 RBI...hit 3 home runs July 21 at Vancouver.