To the dedicated fantasy player, it would seem Chris Davis was a thirty-something fighting to make his mark as a respected power-hitter. He's been hyped and re-hyped by pundits since he dropped 17 bombs in 295 at-bats as a rookie with the Rangers in 2008. But in reality, he's a 27-year-old who's just now entering his prime. Still, despite his roaring start, many fanatics remain skeptical about this long-term capabilities.
On this week's educational program, Brad Evans and Dalton Del Don decided whether owners should turn a profit or exercise patience with Davis. Our fearless forecasters also touched on Darren McFadden's possible redemption this fall, Justin Upton's HR ceiling, Bay Area arms Brett Anderson and Barry Zito, complicated bullpens in Kansas City, St. Louis and Detroit, and, of course, answered your pressing questions.
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