Chris Davis really knows how to make his highlights interesting.
The Orioles' first baseman crushed a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh against the Pirates on Wednesday night, while also sending the majority of his bat into his team's dugout (check out the photo below). Although the pitch from Tony Watson, sawed off Davis' bat just above the handle he somehow muscled the ball over the right-field fence to extend Baltimore's lead to 7-1.
So it turns out Davis can do it all. He can hit for average (batting .305). He can hit for power (12 home runs, 10 doubles). He can even pitch (last month became the first A.L. position player to win a game as a pitcher since Rocky Colavito in 1968).
Baltimore must be feeling pretty good about last year's trade.