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A Look At Chris Davis

Heading into the season, Baseball America ranked Rangers first baseman Chris Davis 65th among all prospects.  He hit .298/.340/.573 in High A ball and .294/.371/.688 in Double A in '07, totaling 36 home runs.

Davis, now 22, has been even better this year.  He continued mashing Double A at a .333/.376/.618 clip.  That earned him a promotion to Triple A, where he's hit a ridiculous .356/.410/.733 in 90 ABs.

Davis could disrupt the Rangers' plan, which had been to use Hank Blalock at first base when he came off the DL.  Blalock is targeting a Tuesday return.  He is no sure thing - he could be moved back to third, he could need more time on the DL, he could even be traded.  Davis will find a way into the lineup this year, it seems.

Davis is available in CBS leagues, so add him if you have the roster space.  He certainly looks like at least a 30 HR bat (and may not need much adjustment time).

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