Chris Davis hasn’t helped compensate for the offensive or defensive loss at third base, as he’s slumping on both sides of the ball.
“He’s been very inconsistent. That’s the best way to put it,” said Coleman. “They just need to hope that he trends upward soon and maybe that he makes some place at third as well.”
Some players who have been good this offseason are Dumerville and of course, Ngata. There was some questions about Tim Jernigan but he is actually doing very well and is quick.
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Cal Ripken Jr. joined Norris and Davis this morning and the guys got a little sidetracked.
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