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Chris Davis misses rest of season after hip surgery

Chris Davis misses rest of season after hip surgery

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis will miss the rest of the season following surgery Wednesday to repair the labrum in his left hip.

The 35-year-old has not played since Baltimore’s spring training first game in February and will be out for four to five months. General manager Mike Elias said Davis should be able to fully return to spring training in 2022, the final season of Davis’ seven-year, $ 161 million contract.

Davis reported lower back and hip pain during spring training, when he had only consumed two at-bats.

“Any baseball player, he takes care of things and plays through things over the seasons and over the years and eventually you get to a point where you understand that you have to do something about it,” he said. Elias.

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Davis was an All-Star and finished third in the AL MVP voting in 2013, when he led the league in home runs (53) and RBIs (138). Two years later, he hit another 47 home runs.

Davis hit .168 in 2018 – the lowest for a player who qualifies for the batting title – endured a 0-for-54 streak in 2019 and hit just .115 with no home runs and an RBI in 55 at-bats last year while he landed twice on the disabled list with a left knee condition. (GG) (Espndeportes.com)

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