"I wouldn't call him anything. If we need to put a brand on it ... he is [the right fielder] tonight. It's kind of who we are," Showalter said. "It just tells you how valuable he is, and it makes people, not only us but in baseball, aware of how versatile and valuable he is."
Davis has been solid defensively in right field, and Showalter's statement implies that the O's are -- at the very least -- entertaining the idea of shopping the slugger. Baltimore has mostly used Chris Parmelee at first base since the move, though Steve Pearce got the start there on Saturday.
"I'm sure at some point before the year is over [Davis will play first base]," Showalter said. "He's playing a really good right field for us. I think he's as good of a right fielder as he is a first baseman. He can play both of them well."
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