Davis was the Athletics’ First Baseman for the franchise’s first decade of existence, and while it was the deadball era, he still was the Home Run leader four years in a row (1904-07) and was a two-time leader in Runs Batted In. Davis also batted over .300 three times and was a three-time league-leader in Doubles.
Philadelphia became a power by the end of the decade, and while he was no longer the same player he once was, he was a part of three World Series Championships. Davis had 1,841 Hits over his career.
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