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June 30, 2008

The Kid Who Came to Stay

OK, it's just one man's opinion, but this Chris Davis doesn't look like he plans on going anywhere for, oh, the next 10 or 15 years.

Having homered in each of his first two Rangers' starts, Davis just stung Mussina for a run-scoring double to bump the Rangers' lead to 2-0.

Davis' line drive to right center perfectly split Yankees' centerfielder Melky Cabrera and rightfielder Bobby Abreu, easily scoring David Murphy, who had walked and moved to second on Marlon Byrd's groundout.

The Rangers have found their first baseman of today, tomorrow and the foreseeable future, whether they care to admit it or not.


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i agree, but the brilliant decision maker ron washington[ yeah right] has already stated that Davis is going back to the minors no matter what when Blaylock gets healthy if that ever happens. my opinion is KEEP DAVIS IN THE MAJORS.

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