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Glenn Davis

Baseball Player
Male
Born Mar 28, 1961

Glenn Earl Davis is a former Major League Baseball first baseman. While a member of the Houston Astros in the late 1980s, he finished three times in the top ten in National League MVP balloting. He batted and threw right-handed.

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CHILDHOOD

1961 Birth Born on March 28, 1961.

TWENTIES

1981 20 Years Old The Houston Astros selected Davis in the first round of the draft's secondary phase in 1981 and signed him for $50,000. … Read More
1986 25 Years Old 1 More Event
Davis had a break out season in 1986. … Read More
1989 28 Years Old Davis remained one of the top sluggers in the NL through 1989, earning a second All-Star selection in 1989, and finishing in the top ten in MVP voting in 1988 and 1989.
1990 29 Years Old In the 1990 season opener, Cincinnati Reds pitchers hit Davis with pitches in three of his six plate appearances. … Read More

THIRTIES

1991 30 Years Old Davis suffered a nerve injury in his neck during his first spring training with the Orioles. He was batting .244 with four home runs and eight RBIs through April 24, 1991 when this injury landed him on the disabled list, and kept him from the Orioles' line-up through the middle of August. … Read More
1992 31 Years Old In 1992, Davis had a decent but unspectacular season for the Orioles, with a .276 batting average, thirteen home runs, and 48 RBIs in 106 games.
1993 32 Years Old The 1993 season was a disaster for Davis. … Read More
1994 33 Years Old Davis joined the New York Mets for spring training 1994, but did not make the club. … Read More
1995 34 Years Old From 1995 to 1996 Davis played for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan.
1996 35 Years Old He came back to the US and spent the end of the 1996 season playing for St. Paul Saints in the Northern League before retiring from baseball. … Read More
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