Made postseason debut in 2021 with Braves with a start in Game 5 of World Series and allowed two hits and four runs (two earned) over 2.0 innings in a no-decision in Atlanta’s 9-5 loss to Houston...Was one of three rookie pitchers to make starts for Braves during 2021 World Series (joining Game 3 starter Ian Anderson and Game 4 starter Dylan Lee); first team in World Series history to pitch three different rookie starters.
Made first Opening Day roster with Braves and made season debut, April 11 in relief with 2.2 innings vs. Washington...Was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett following the outing and remained with Stripers until his May 17 recall...Made three additional starts for Braves before being optioned back to Gwinnett on May 29, where he’d make his next 10 starts...While with Braves, held left-handers to a .120 (3/25) average...On Aug. 2, was traded by Atlanta with RHP Jesse Chavez to Angels in exchange for RHP Raisel Iglesias...Had 15 total starts for Gwinnett...Ranked fourth in International League in strikeouts (96) at time of the trade...Made Angels debut Aug. 7 at Seattle, which marked first appearance in the Majors since May 28 for Braves vs. Miami...Remained in Angels rotation for remainder of season, totaling eight starts...Earned first win in an Angels uniform Aug. 14 vs. Minnesota (W; 6.0 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO).
Made four starts for Atlanta and pitched to a 3.60 ERA (8 ER/20.0 IP) without a decision...Was placed on the 60-day Injured List, on June 16, with left forearm inflammation and missed the remainder of the season....Made his season debut with Atlanta, on May 18 vs. the Mets, and held New York to five hits and three runs over 6.0 innings in a no-decision...Walked just one and struck out five...Davidson completed his 6.0 innings on just 72 pitches, an average of 12 per inning...Started on June 3 vs. Washington and pitched 5.2 scoreless innings while allowing just one hit...Was left with a no-decision, but Atlanta plated four runs in the sixth inning to win, 5-1...Became just the second Braves starter since 1901 to throw at least 5.0 scoreless innings and allow no more than one hit within their first three career starts...Matt Wisler was the first to do so, pitching 5.1 scoreless innings and allowing one hit on July 1, 2015, also against the Nationals in his third career game...Made four starts for Triple-A Gwinnett to open the season and went 2-2 with a 1.17 ERA (3 ER/23.0 IP) and 28 strikeouts...Made his postseason debut with a start in Game 5 of the World Series and allowed two hits and four runs (two earned) over 2.0 innings in the no-decision…Atlanta lost, 9-5.
Made his major-league debut on September 26, allowing seven runs (two earned) through 1.2 innings pitched for an ERA of 10.80 during his start...Spent the rest of the season at Atlanta’s alternate training site...Ended the season ranked by MLB.com as the Braves’ No. 8 prospect.
In 2019, named a Baseball America Double-A AllStar, a Southern League Mid- and Post-Season All-Star...Made 25 starts between Double-A Mississippi and Triple-A Gwinnett and combined to go 8-7 with a 2.15 ERA (31 ER/129.2 IP)…Struck out 134...His 2.15 ERA was lowest among Atlanta farmhands to make at least 15 starts, and he ranked third in strikeouts, tied for fifth in wins, and eighth innings...Allowed two earned runs or fewer in 20 of his 25 starts on the season…Allowed more than three runs just once.