Armed with a lot of money to spend, it looks like the San Francisco Giants will use a lot of it this offseason. Even after spending $75 million on a contract extension for Brandon Crawford (story here), the Giants have their eyes on a big prize, one that will likely cost much more than Crawford.
Davis, 29, has been one of the games best power hitters and since 2012, he has hit a combined 159 home runs, or 39.75 home runs per season.
Last season with the Orioles, Davis hit .262 with 47 home runs and 117 RBI, but what was concerning was the 208 strikeouts, a career high. He has struck out at least 169 times per season since 2012.
On the open market, Davis figures to draw a decent amount of interest, with MLBTradeRumors.com speculating he will land a six-year, $144 million contract, with possible fits being the St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros, Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres.
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