Wade Davis

Wade Davis #71

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  • B/T: D/D
  • 6' 5" /225
  • Edad: 32

En Vivo

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Pitcheos: Strikes, Bolas

Wade Davis 2017 Stats de la Postemporada

5 0-0 4.26 6.1 8 1.74

Wade Davis Stats de por vida en Postemporada

28 4-0 1.40 38.2 54 1.09

Wade Davis Estadísticas 2017

59 4-2 2.30 58.2 79 1.14

Wade Davis Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

393 59-39 3.45 835.1 768 1.27

Wade Davis Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Wade Allen Davis
  • Apodo: Wader
  • Nacido: 9/7/1985 en Lake Wales, FL
  • Draft: 2004, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, 3rd rd. (75th overall)
  • Preparatoria: Lake Wales, FL
  • Debut: 9/6/2009
  • Familiar(es): primo de Jody Davis
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2017 Stats de la Postemporada 0 0 4.26 5 0 4 6.1 8 1.74
Stats de por vida en Postemporada 4 0 1.40 28 1 8 38.2 54 1.09
2017 Estadísticas 4 2 2.30 59 0 32 58.2 79 1.14
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 59 39 3.45 393 88 79 835.1 768 1.27
  • Estatus: Activo

Wade Davis Four-seam FB Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG NP Tipo de lanzamiento Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento (mph) Pro. de vel. percibida (mph) Pro. del ritmo de la vuelta (mph) Pro. de extensión (pies) Pro. de vel. del hit (mph)
2017 Rockies NL 307 Four-seam FB 94.39 92.99 2,334.14 6.2 86.34
MLB Avg - - - Four-seam FB 93.21 92.86 2,253.22 6.18 87.27
Año Equipo LG NP Tipo de lanzamiento Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento (mph) Pro. de vel. percibida (mph) Pro. del ritmo de la vuelta (mph) Pro. de extensión (pies) Pro. de vel. del hit (mph)
2017 Rockies NL 307 Four-seam FB 94.39 92.99 2,334.14 6.2 86.34
MLB Avg - - - Four-seam FB 93.21 92.86 2,253.22 6.18 87.27


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Wade Davis Estadísticas

*Desde el 2006

Wade Davis Estadísticas Avanzadas

*Desde el 2006
*Desde el 2006

Wade Davis Eventos de Statcast


Wade Davis Gráficos de Zona

Wade Davis Distribución de pitcheos [Perspectiva del Receptor]
Wade Davis Ponches [Perspectiva del Receptor]
Wade Davis Promedio en contra [Perspectiva del Receptor]
Wade Davis Velocidad de salida en contra [Perspectiva del Receptor]


Wade Davis Noticias de Fantasía

29 de December de 2017 a las 11:36 ET

Davis joins Rockies on three-year agreement

The Rockies' bullpen buildup hit a new level Friday, when righty closer Wade Davis agreed to come aboard on a three-year, $52 million contract.

16 de noviembre de 2017 a las 10:54 ET

Arrieta, Davis decline qualifying offers

As expected, Jake Arrieta and Wade Davis both rejected the Cubs' qualifying offers on Thursday, although the team was expected to stay in contact with both pitchers' agents about a possible return.


Wade Davis Premios

World Series Championship

Año Equipo League
2015 Kansas City AL

NL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2017 Chi Cubs NL

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2015 Kansas City AL
2016 Kansas City AL

Babe Ruth Award

Año Equipo League
2015 Kansas City AL

AL Rookie of the Month

Mes Equipo League
07/2010 Tampa Bay AL

Best Major Leaguer, Postseason-Esurance MLB Awards

Año Equipo League
2015 Kansas City AL

Setup Man of the Year (GIBBYs)

Año Equipo League
2014 Kansas City AL

Baseball America Major League All-Rookie Team

Año Equipo League
2010 Tampa Bay AL

Baseball America Short-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2005 Hudson Valley NYP

INT Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
25/05/2009 Durham INT

SOU Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2008 Montgomery SOU

FSL Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
30/04/2007 Vero Beach FSL
07/05/2007 Vero Beach FSL
18/06/2007 Vero Beach FSL

FSL Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2007 Vero Beach FSL

MID Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
16/04/2006 Southwest Michigan MID
30/04/2006 Southwest Michigan MID

MID Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2006 Southwest Michigan MID

NYP Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2005 Hudson Valley NYP

Wade Davis Tabla de líderes

Promedio de carreras limpias

Season PCL Rank
2010 4.07 25th in AL

Porcentaje de Ganados

Season WPCT Rank
2010 .545 22nd in AL
2011 .524 22nd in AL


Season SV Rank
2015 17 14th in AL
2016 27 10th in AL
2017 32 5th in NL

Promedio de Bateo en Contra

Season PRO Rank
2010 .255 25th in AL

Juegos completos

Season JC Rank
2009 1 17th in AL
2011 1 20th in AL


Season BL Rank
2009 1 7th in AL


Season J Rank
2014 71 13th in AL
2015 69 14th in AL

Ventajas Preservadas

Season VP Rank
2014 33 1st in AL
2015 18 16th in AL

Bases por bolas

Season BB Rank
2011 63 17th in AL
2013 58 22nd in AL


Season H Rank
2011 190 24th in AL


Season H4 Rank
2010 24 15th in AL
2011 23 12th in AL

Wade Davis Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
29 de diciembre de 2017 Colorado Rockies agente libre firmado RHP Wade Davis.
2 de noviembre de 2017 RHP Wade Davis eligio agente libre.
6 de junio de 2017 Chicago Cubs activan a RHP Wade Davis de la lista de paternidad.
5 de junio de 2017 Chicago Cubs ponen a RHP Wade Davis en la lista de paternidad.
7 de diciembre de 2016 Chicago Cubs cambian a LF Jorge Soler a Kansas City Royals for RHP Wade Davis.
2 de septiembre de 2016 Kansas City Royals activan a RHP Wade Davis de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
27 de agosto de 2016 Kansas City Royals envian a RHP Wade Davis una asignación de rehabilitación a Omaha Storm Chasers.
24 de agosto de 2016 Kansas City Royals envian a RHP Wade Davis una asignación de rehabilitación a AZL Royals.
31 de julio de 2016 Kansas City Royals ponen a RHP Wade Davis on the 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al July 27, 2016. Right flexor strain.
16 de julio de 2016 Kansas City Royals activan a RHP Wade Davis de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
5 de julio de 2016 Kansas City Royals ponen a RHP Wade Davis on the 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al July 1, 2016. Right forearm strain.
3 de septiembre de 2013 Kansas City Royals llamado RHP Wade Davis de Wilmington Blue Rocks.
28 de agosto de 2013 Kansas City Royals opcionado Wade Davis para Wilmington Blue Rocks.
11 de agosto de 2013 Wade Davis estado en la lista cambian a por Kansas City Royals.
4 de agosto de 2013 RHP Wade Davis estado en la lista cambian a por Kansas City Royals.
14 de julio de 2013 Kansas City Royals activan a RHP Wade Davis de la lista de paternidad.
11 de julio de 2013 Kansas City Royals ponen a RHP Wade Davis en la lista de paternidad.
9 de diciembre de 2012 Tampa Bay Rays cambian a RHP James Shields, RHP Wade Davis and Player To Be Named Later a Kansas City Royals for LHP Mike Montgomery, RHP Jake Odorizzi, 3B Patrick Leonard and RF Wil Myers.
22 de julio de 2011 Wade Davis estado en la lista cambian a por Tampa Bay Rays.
7 de julio de 2011 Tampa Bay Rays ponen a RHP Wade Davis en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Right forearm strain.
24 de agosto de 2010 Tampa Bay Rays activan a RHP Wade Davis de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
10 de agosto de 2010 Tampa Bay Rays ponen a RHP Wade Davis en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al August 6, 2010. Strained right shoulder.
2 de septiembre de 2009 Tampa Bay Rays llamado RHP Wade Davis de Durham Bulls.

Info Biográfica de Wade Allen Davis

Wade, acquired by Chicago from Kansas City for outfielder Jorge Soler in December of 2016, ranks first among all relief pitchers with a 1.18 ERA since the start of 2014 ... his 0.15 homers allowed per 9.0 innings in that time frame also leads all relievers while his 19 wins rank second and his .163 opponent average ranks fourth ... Has gone 55-37 with 47 saves and a 3.53 ERA (305 ER/776.2 IP) in 334 major league appearances (246 relief outings, 88 starts) covering eight seasons with Tampa Bay (2009-12) and Kansas City (2013-16) ... Became a full-time reliever in 2014, and has gone 19-4 with 47 saves and a 1.18 ERA (24 ER/182.2 IP) in 182.2 innings ... has held opponents to a .216 slugging percentage and a .239 on-base percentage, good for a .456 OPS ... In the last three seasons, went 9-2 with three saves and a 1.00 ERA in 2014 (71 games), 8-1 with 17 saves and a 0.94 ERA in 2015 (69 games) and 2-1 with 27 saves and a 1.87 ERA in 2016 (45 games). w Became the first pitcher in major league history to post back-to-back campaigns with a 1.00 ERA or lower (min. 50 IP), garnering Cy Young consideration in 2014 (eighth) and 2015 (sixth) ... Broke into the big leagues with Tampa Bay in 2009 and pitched exclusively as a starter for his first three seasons ... moved to a relief role in 2012, going 3-0 with a 2.43 ERA (19 ER/70.1 IP) in 54 appearances before being traded to Kansas City as part of a seven-player deal, December 9, 2012 ... Selected by Tampa Bay in the third round of the 2004 Draft ... Graduated from Lake Wales (Fla.) High School, and went 7-3 with a 0.79 ERA in 13 games his senior season ... struck out 114 batters in 71.0 innings ... tendinitis in his shoulder forced him to DH and play first base in his junior season ... Along with his wife, Katelyn, supports the Wounded Warriors Foundation and hosted a group of warriors out at the ballpark in 2015 and 2016 ... Loves working with kids and organized the Full Count Foundation to help children, especially those who are at risk or have special needs or chronic illnesses ... Full Count sponsors the Dutchess Debs, a 12-and-under girls travel softball team based in New York, and provided them with jerseys, uniforms, equipment and more ... Served as a guest instructor at a free baseball clinic for kids ages 6 to 16 at the Extra Innings training center in New York ... His second cousin is former Cubs catcher and two-time All-Star Jody Davis (1981-88 Cubs, 1988-90 Braves).


In his final season with the Royals, Wade recorded a career-high 27 saves in 30 chances, despite two 15-day D.L. stints from July 1-16 (right forearm strain) and July 28-September 2 (right flexor strain) ... posted a 1.87 ERA (9 ER/43.1 IP), the sixth-lowest ERA among A.L. relievers (min. 40.0 IP) ... Named to his second-straight A.L. All-Star Team ... Did not allow a home run in 43.1 innings pitched ... his 47.0 consecutive innings streak without allowing a home run dates to September 27, 2015. w Is the third-longest active streak heading into 2017, trailing Zach Britton (63.0 IP) and Kyle Barraclough (60.2 IP) ... Held opponents scoreless in 39 of his 45 outings ... Was named Royals Pitcher of the Month for April, going 1-0 with seven saves in 8.2 shutout innings for the month ... batters hit .077 against him (2-for- 26) ... His blown save, May 15 vs. Atlanta, snapped an 11.2 inning scoreless streak to begin the season and snapped a stretch of a career-high 16-straight successful save conversions ... Royals were 39-6 (.867) in the 45 games he appeared ... in five of those six Royals losses, he entered with the team already trailing ... Pitched three-straight days, June 11-13 - all Royals wins - recording a pair of saves ... was the seventh time he pitched three-straight days and first since June 7-9, 2015 (also did five times in 2014) ... Suffered lone loss, September 2 vs. Detroit, in his first game back from his second D.L. stint ... snapped a stretch of 81-straight appearances without a loss, tied for the fifth-longest such streak in Royals history.


Had an outstanding year, being named to his first All-Star team…he pitched a scoreless eighth inning, recording a pair of strikeouts in the Midsummer Classic in Cincinnati...Tabbed the Royals' Bruce Rice Pitcher of the Year for the second straight season by the Kansas City Chapter of the BBWAA...he was the sixth to win the award in consecutive seasons...Served as both a setup man and as the closer due to injuries to Greg Holland…posted an 8-1 record with a career-high 17 saves in 18 opportunities…his eight victories tied for the most among Major League relief pitchers...Since the start of the 2014 season, Davis' 17 victories out of the bullpen are the most in the Major Leagues...Led all Major League relievers with a 0.94 ERA (7 ER in 67.1 IP), the lowest in Royals history by a reliever, topping his own mark from last season (1.00)…he also led all relief pitchers in opponents' batting average (.144) and was second in WHIP (0.79), trailing only Dodgers' closer Kenley Jansen (0.78)...Did not allow a run over his first 22 appearances (April 6-May 31), while he posted a 0.46 ERA (2 ER in 39.0 IP) before the All-Star break…his ERA before the break was the lowest since Brendan Donnelly posted an 0.38 ERA (minimum 35.0) in the first half in 2003...Gave up just one earned run (and one unearned run) in 36 road appearances…opponents batted .089 (11-for-112) in their own ballparks against him...Struck out the side twice, April 10 in the ninth at Angel Stadium and May 29 in the eighth at Wrigley Field...Held left-handed hitters to a .146 average (19-for-130), the fifth-lowest in the Majors among pitchers that faced at least 100 lefties in 2015...Named the Royals Pitcher of the Month in April and July...went 2-0 with four saves in Greg Holland's absence in April and was 4-0 with a 0.84 ERA (1 ER in 10.2 IP) during the month of July...Had a club record 125.2 innings streak without allowing a home run snapped on August 1 in Toronto, when Jose Bautista took him deep…it was the first home run he had allowed since August 23, 2013, the date of his last start...Surrendered two runs to the Angels on August 13, marking just the second time he's allowed multiple runs in 147 relief appearances with KC…the only other time was on April 5, 2014 vs. the White Sox, spanning 114 appearances…it was the second-longest streak of its type in Major League history, behind only Mike Myers, who went 126 appearances (1999-2001) between outings where he allowed two runs or more.


Wade completed one of the best seasons by a reliever in club history as KC's primary setup man, setting several team records while leading the Royals with 71 appearances...Tabbed the Royals' Bruce Rice Pitcher of the Year by the Kansas City Chapter of the BBWAA…Also named the Royals Pitcher of the Month three times during the season (May, July and August)...Led Major League relievers with a 1.00 ERA, eighth-best all-time by an A.L. reliever…surpassed Greg Holland's 2013 mark of 1.21 for the lowest by a Royals reliever...Recorded a 0.75 ERA on the road (3 ER in 36.0 IP), best all-time by a Royal (minimum 30.0 innings)...Posted 109 strikeouts, topping the former Royals relief record of 103, shared by Jim York (1971) and Greg Holland (2013)...Finished second among Major League relievers in strikeouts, behind the Yankees' Dellin Betances (135)...Paced the American League with 33 holds, a new Royals record, topping Jason Grimsley's 28 in 2003...Recorded the most wins among A.L. relievers (9)…Became the first Royals reliever to tally nine wins since Ricky Bottalico in 2000...Set a Royals relief record by holding opponents to a .151 average, besting Joakim Soria's .169 in 2008…Ranked second among A.L. relievers to New York's Dellin Betances (.149)...Held opponents to a .179 slugging percentage, lowest among A.L. relievers…Did not allow an extra-base hit over his first 45.2 innings through July 30...Recorded a 31.2 inning scoreless streak from June 27 to September 15, the longest in club history by a reliever...Also posted a 22.1 inning scoreless streak from April 26 to June 23...Saved all three wins on the Royals' September road trip to New York and Detroit, including his first professional save on September 5 at Yankee Stadium...Made 12 postseason appearances, going 2-0 with an 0.63 ERA (1 ER in 14.2 IP)...Recorded 20 strikeouts in the playoffs, which tied with Francisco Rodriguez (2002) and Brad Lidge (2004) for second-most by a reliever in a single postseason...His postseason strikeout total also tied with James Shields for most by a Royals pitcher...Collected wins in Games 1 and 2 of the ALCS vs. Baltimore, becoming the first pitcher to collect victories in consecutive playoff games since Atlanta's Alejandro Pena did it in the 1995 ALDS...Enters 2015 with a career record of 3-0 with a 1.25 ERA (3 ER in 21.2 IP) in 15 career postseason appearances.


Wade spent most of his first season with KC as the club's fourth starter before moving to the bullpen in September. Set a career-high with 114 strikeouts in just 135.1 innings...passed his previous career high (113), which he did in 168.0 frames in 2010. Struggled to find consistent success, allowing six earned runs or more in six of his 24 starts ... however, posted a 6-4 record and a 3.38 ERA over his other 18 starts (37 ER in 98.2 IP). Earned a pair of 1-0 wins, first on April 17 at Atlanta (7.0 IP) and again on July 27 at Chicago-AL (7.1 IP). Enjoyed a strong finish out of the bullpen, going 2-1 with an 0.90 ERA (1 ER in 10.0 IP) over seven appearances ... held opponents to an .094 average (3-for-32) out of the 'pen. Made one appearance at Wilmington (A-Advanced) on August 31, allowing no runs on one hit over 2.0 innings with five strikeouts ... it was his first minor league outing since 2009.

2012 Wade completed his third full season in the Majors, first in the bullpen for the Rays...went 3-0 with a 2.43 ERA (70.1 IP, 19 ER) in 54 appearances after posting a career 4.22 ERA as a starter from 2009-11...Struckout 11.1 batters per 9 IP and allowed only 6.1 hits per 9 IP...the strikeout ratio was the highest in the American League among relievers who compiled at least 70 innings while his hits per 9 IP was the 4th-best...His 87 strikeoutstied for 4th-most among A.L.relievers...struck out the side 10 times,most among A.L.relievers and 2nd most in the Majors behind Atlanta's Craig Kimbrel (17)...Led the Rays with 23 relief appearances of more than 1.0 inning, the fourth-most in the league...AftertheAll-Star break, 22 of his 25 outings were scoreless...compiled a 1.50 ERA(30.0 IP, 5 ER)in the second half and did not allow a home run...over his final 11 outings beginning September 5, collected 24 strikeouts in 12.1 IP...Held left-handed battersto a .161 (18-for-112) average, the second-bestmark in theA.L. behind Oakland's Grant Balfour (.157). 2011 Went 11-10 with a 4.45 ERA in 29 starts, throwing a career-high 184 innings despite a brief stint on the disabled list with a right forearm strain...His ERA was more than two runs lower at home than on the road...went 6-4 with a 3.48 ERA (101-IP, 39-ER) in 15 home starts...was 5-6 with a 5.64 ERA (83-IP, 52-ER) in 14 starts away from Tropicana Field, despite receiving the AL's 8th-highest run support on the road...received 3.56 R/9 IP (101-IP, 40-RS) in run support at home compared to 6.72 R/9 IP (83-IP, 62-RS) on the road...After the All-Star break went 3-0 with a 2.85 ERA (53.2-IP, 17-ER) in 7 starts at Tropicana Field, with the Rays winning each of those games...in 6 road starts after the break he went 1-4 with a 7.96 ERA (31.2-IP, 50-H, 28-ER)...Averaged only 5.14 SO/9 IP, 6th-lowest rate in the AL...in 18 starts through July 22, averaged 4.13 SO/9 IP (109-IP, 50-SO)...after that, however, averaged 6.60 SO/9 IP (75-IP, 55-SO) over his last 11 starts...His 46.7 groundball pct. was 5th lowest in the AL...Yielded 12.77 base runners per 9 innings, highest on the staff and 7th highest in the AL...Opponents stole only 2 bases in 6 SB attempts (33.3 percent)-tied for the 2nd lowest success rate in the majors...only CWS Mark Buehrle (3- for-10, 30 percent) was better...On Sep 9 vs. BOS threw his lone complete game of the season and second of his career, defeating John Lackey, 7-2, for his 10th win... also tossed 9 innings on Aug 24 vs. DET but received no decision in the 10-inning, 3-2 win...Was placed on the DL with a right forearm strain on July 7...returned on July 22, after missing only 1 start because of the All-Star break...On March 31 agreed to a seven-year contract with the Rays, with the first four years (and $12.6 million) guaranteed...the Rays hold three one-year options for 2015, 2016 and 2017, with a maximum value of $35.1 million if the options are exercised...he will donate a portion of his contract to the Rays Baseball Foundation....POSTSEASON: Made 2 relief apps in the ALDS vs. Texas, pitching out of the bullpen for the first time of his professional career...in Game 1 retired the side in order in the 9th inning...in Game 4 recorded 1.1 scoreless frames. 2010 Led American League rookies with 12 wins, one behind STL Jaime Garcia for the major league rookie lead ... also led AL rookies in ERA (4.07, tied SEA David Pauley) and ranked 2nd in innings pitched, strikeouts and games started behind BAL Brian Matusz. ... Was chosen as the team's Outstanding Rookie by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. ... Was named AL Rookie of the Month for July after going 4-0 in 5 starts with a 3.03 ERA (32- IP, 11-ER) ... was the first Rays pitcher to win a Rookie of the Month award, fourth different Ray to win it and the fifth monthly award for the Rays' previous winners were Evan Longoria (June 2008), Damon Hollins (May 2005) and Rocco Baldelli (April, May 2003). ... Went 3-1 with a 2.79 ERA over his first 5 starts (through May 2) ... went 2-8 with a 5.90 ERA over his middle 11 starts (May 8.July 3) ... cover his last 13 starts (July 8 on) went 6-1 with a 3.22 ERA, with the Rays winning 10 of those games. ... Faced the opposing team's Opening Day starter (all former All-Stars) in each of his first 6 starts, and the Rays won four of those games ... he went 3-2 with a 3.18 ERA (34-IP, 12-ER) with wins over Mark Buehrle (April 21 at CWS), Ben Sheets (April 27 vs. OAK) and Zack Greinke (May 2 vs. KC) ... on May 2, beat Greinke 1-0 with 7 shutout innings, allowing just 3 hits. ... Compiled a 7-game winning streak, July 8. Sep 11, tied with MIL John Axford for the longest by a rookie in the majors in 2010 ... the streak tied for the longest in club history with Jeff Niemann (2008-09) and Mark Hendrickson (2005), and was the longest ever by a Rays rookie ... compiled a 3.34 ERA (59.1-IP, 22-ER) over this stretch of 9 starts, after his loss June 27 vs. ARI, did not lose again until Sep 27 vs. BAL, a stretch of 12 unbeaten starts. ... Went 0-5 with a 6.00 ERA (27-IP, 18-ER) in the month of June, losing all 5 of his starts. ... On Aug 10, was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder strain, retroactive to Aug 6 ... Jeremy Hellickson was recalled to replace him on the roster ... was reinstated on Aug 24 ... beat the Angels, 10-3, at Angel Stadium that night for his 10th win of the season ... went 3-1 with a 3.09 ERA (46.2-IP, 16-ER) over 8 starts after returning from the DL. ... Entered 2010 ranked by Baseball America as the No. 3 prospect in the Rays org. behind Desmond Jennings and Jeremy Hellickson. 2009 Lake Wales, Fla., native was promoted from Triple-A Durham on Sep 4, made his major league debut two days later and made 6 starts for the Rays over the season's final month... prior to that made 28 starts for Durham. ...Went 2-2 with a 3.72 ERA for the Rays, with both victories coming over Baltimore...was one of three rookies in the Rays rotation in September, joining Jeff Niemann and David Price. ...Enters 2010 ranked by Baseball America as the No. 3 prospect in the Rays organization, and the No. 34 prospect in all of baseball. ...Made his debut Sep 6 vs. DET, one day before his 24th birthday...got a no-decision in a 5-3 Rays loss, totaling 7 IP, 3 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 9 SO, 105 pitches...his 9 SO set a club record for a ML debut...left with a 3-1 lead and was 2 outs from victory when Brandon Inge hit a grand slam off Russ Springer...first hit allowed was Aubrey Huff's 2nd-inning HR. ...The 9 SO tied for the 5th most by a pitcher making his debut in the last 30 years...fanned his first 4 batters faced, recorded his first 6 outs via the strikeout and retired 13 of his first 14 BF...since 1963, only one other player struck out his first 4 BF in his ML debut - TEX Neftali Feliz did it one month prior to Davis, on Aug 3, 2009 at OAK. ...On Sep 17 at BAL, his third start, he tossed a complete-game, 4-hit shutout to earn his first major league win (2-BB, 10-SO, 124 pitches)... was the first pitcher to throw a 9-inning CG SHO in his 3rd ML game (or quicker) since BOS Clay Buchholz's no-hitter on Sep 1, 2007 vs. BAL (2nd career game)...124 pitches were the most by a Ray under Joe Maddon. ...Became the first pitcher to record his first ML win via a CG SHO (9+ IP) since LAA Ervin Santana, May 23, 2005 vs. CWS...was 2nd Ray to do it, joining Travis Harper (Sep 24, 2000 at TOR)...became the first pitcher in 17 years to throw a CG SHO with 10+ SO in his first ML win...last was CAL Tim Fortugno on July 25, 1992 vs. DET. ...On Sep 12 at BOS, totaled 2.2 IP, 6 H, 8 R/ER after rain delayed the game by more than two hours...excluding that start, he pitched to a 1.87 ERA (33.2-IP, 7-ER) over his other 5 outings. ...Went 1-1 with a 2.55 ERA at Tropicana Field, compared to 1-1, 6.17 on the road. ...Had more SO than IP in 4 of 6 starts...allowed 1 ER or less in 3 of 6 starts and 2 ER or less in 4 of 6 starts...worked 7-plus innings 3 times. In 34 combined starts ... for the Rays and Durham, he went 12-10 with a 3.46 ERA (195-IP, 172-H, 90-R, 75-ER, 73-BB, 176-SO)...set career highs in starts, innings pitched and strikeouts. ...Led the International League in innings pitched...ranked among IL leaders in strikeouts (2nd) and ERA (7th)...among all Triple-A pitchers, ranked 2nd in strikeouts and 3rd in opp avg. ...On Aug 18 in Durham, beat CWS Jake Peavy (rehabbing for Charlotte) to earn his 10th win. ...Was ranked by BA as the No. 32 prospect in the game entering 2009, and moved up to No. 16 on their midseason list. 2008 Began the 2008 season with Double-A Montgomery and earned a promotion to Durham at the All-Star break...combined for a 13-8 record with a 3.47 ERA in 28 starts (160.2-IP, 143-H, 62-ER, 66-BB, 136-SO)...despite the July 16 promotion, was named Montgomery's Pitcher of the Year. ...Was named the Rays No. 3 prospect after the season by BA, trailing only David Price and Tim Beckham...BA also rated his curveball as the best in the organization for the second consecutive year. ...Started the Southern League All-Star Game on July 14 and suffered the loss...was one of six Biscuits selected to the South squad...is a four-time All-Star in the minor leagues. 2007 Selected Rays Pitcher of the Year by the team's baseball operations department while going a combined 10-3 (ERA-2.50, IP-158.1, H-128, ER-44, BB-51, SO-169) in 27 starts at A Vero Beach and AA Montgomery...His 169 strikeouts were 2nd in the organization and 7th overall in the minor leagues...Lost just 3 games in 27 starts and was undefeated (7-0) in his first 20 starts...didn't lose until July 28 when he fell 2-0 to Birmingham (White Sox) despite taking a 2-hit shutout into the 7th inning...Allowed 3 ER or less in 25 of his 27 starts and one ER or less 17 times...won only 3 games at Vero Beach despite allowing 3 ER or less in all 13 starts and one ER or less 10 times...16 times he had more Ks than hits allowed...Hurled his second career no-hitter on May 4 for Vero Beach, striking out 6 in the 7-inning victory over host Jupiter (Marlins)... only two runners reached base (error and a walk)...it was the 2nd no-hitter of his pro career...also threw one in his last start of 2006 for Class-A SW Michigan...owns two of the six complete-game no-hitters in the history of the organization...Also set a career high with 13 strikeouts against Jupiter in his final start for Vero Beach...allowed just 2 hits and one ER in 6.2 innings while striking out 13 of the 24 batters he faced. 2006 Was 2nd in Midwest League and the Rays organization in 2006 in strikeouts to teammate Jake McGee with 165...Tossed a complete-game, 7-inning no-hitter on August 31 against Beloit, but still lost as a pair of errors (including one by himself) allowed a run to score in a 1-0 game...Posted a 0.67 ERA in April and was named Rays Minor League Pitcher of the Month...followed that with a 1.32 ERA in May and a 1.55 ERA in August...ranked 7th-best prospect in the organization and 8th-best prospect from the MWL by Baseball America. 2005 Named Hudson Valley's Pitcher of the Year in 2005...led the Renegades staff with a 2.72 ERA which was 7th best in the New York-Penn League and 2nd lowest among Rays minor leaguers...his seven wins led the team and ranked 2nd in the NYPL...Also led the league with 97 strikeouts, which was the highest total by a Renegades pitcher since Joe Kennedy fanned 101 in 1999...Selected as a New York-Penn League All-Star...tabbed the 6th-best Rays prospect and the 3rd-best prospect in the NYPL by Baseball America. 2004 Led the Princeton Rays in 2004 with 13 starts and 57.2 innings, but also finished among Appalachian League leaders in runs allowed (3rd), home runs (2nd) and hits allowed (5th).