With his homer Sunday night against the Yankees Davis became the first player in baseball history to have 30 home runs and 25 doubles by the end of June. I found this little gem in the Baltimore Sun:
He also joined some elite company when he became the eighth player in baseball history to have 30 [homers] before the end of June. The other players on the list: Babe Ruth (1928, 1930), Ken Griffey Jr. (1994, 1998), Mark McGwire (1998), Sammy Sosa (1998, 1999), Luis Gonzalez (2001), Barry Bonds (2001) and Albert Pujols (2009).
And unlike three or four of those names he's playing in the post-PEDS era and he's not hitting a Hi-Bounce Super Ball disguised as a baseball. He won't stay this hot all season but it's fun to watch as long as it lasts.
When Buck is happy, I'm happy.