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The speedy outfielder proved to be a valuable weapon for the Indians, but can he parlay his excellent season into a long-term contract?

November 07, 2016

Position: OF | Age: 36
Current Team: Indians | Best Fit: White Sox
2016 Stats: .249/.306/.388 (.694 OPS), 12 HR, 48 RBIs, 43 SB

Last seen crushing an unlikely, game-tying–two-run homer off of Aroldis Chapman in Game 7 of the World Series, Davis's strength mainly lies in the speed that still hasn't deserted him despite his advancing age, as he won his first stolen base crown last season. Despite his weaknesses elsewhere (including in centerfield, where even with his wheels he's no better than average), his one elite skill will make him attractive, possibly to a recently disappointing White Sox club that could use a righthanded hitter to platoon with young Charlie Tilson in center.

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