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PIT Henry Davis
Pittsburgh Pirates
C: 2   OF: 49   DH: 11  
2024 Projected Value: $0
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
Year AB H R HR RBI BB SO SB AVG Rate
2024 proj 437 93 52 14 47 49 134 6 0.213 13.2
2023 225 48 27 7 24 25 69 3 0.213 6.7

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Date News
3/02/24 Pirates spring game recap: Henry Davis homers again in 7-3 win over Tigers. Henry Davis continued his stellar spring for the Pittsburgh Pirates in their 7-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday in Lakeland.
Source: https://sports.yahoo.com/pirates-spring-game-recap...
2/12/24 Report: Pirates adding catching depth by signing two-time All-Star Yasmani Grandal. Grandal would join a catching situation that includes former No. 1 overall pick Henry Davis, Jason Delay and Ali Sánchez.
Source: https://sports.yahoo.com/report-pirates-adding-cat...
10/05/23 Growing pains almost completely behind them, the Pirates eye contending in 2024. The Pittsburgh Pirates believe they've closed the gap on the teams they're chasing following a 14-win improvement in 2023 fueled by players that should be lineup fixtures for years to come. Taking the next step from promising to contending, however, will be far trickier. “We have a clear mind about what's next and that it's not easy and not supposed to be easy,” general manager Ben Cherington said Tuesday. Pittsburgh's 76-86 was essentially divided into three parts: the auspicious 20-8 start in which everything that could have gone right went right, a 27-39 swoon through May, June and July followed by a 29-28 finish over the final two months in which rookies like right fielder/catcher Henry Davis, catcher Endy Rodriguez, outfielder Josh Palacios and corner infielder Jared Triolo were regular contributors.
Source: https://www.sharonherald.com/sports/growing-pains-...
10/03/23 Growing pains almost completely behind them, the Pittsburgh Pirates eye contending in 2024. The Pittsburgh Pirates believe they've closed the gap on the teams they're chasing following a 14-win improvement in 2023 fueled by players that should be lineup fixtures for years to come. Taking the next step from promising to contending, however, will be far trickier. “We have a clear mind about what's next and that it's not easy and not supposed to be easy,” general manager Ben Cherington said Tuesday. Pittsburgh's 76-86 was essentially divided into three parts: the auspicious 20-8 start in which everything that could have gone right went right, a 27-39 swoon through May, June and July followed by a 29-28 finish over the final two months in which rookies like right fielder/catcher Henry Davis, catcher Endy Rodriguez, outfielder Josh Palacios and corner infielder Jared Triolo were regular contributors.
Source: https://www.meadvilletribune.com/sports/national_s...
9/27/23 What position does Henry Davis play moving forward?. With the Pittsburgh Pirates season coming to a close and we look towards next year, many are wondering what the team will look like in 2024. For me, I am very interested to see the plans they have in place for standout prospect, Henry Davis, as his role with the team this year has been puzzling. For those unfamiliar with Davis, he was a top catching prospect out of Louisville, showed incredible versatility and athleticism for the position and was the first overall pick for Pittsburgh in 2021. Despite being one of the top catching prospects in all of baseball, Davis has not been behind the plate for most of his time with the Pirates.
Source: https://www.bucsdugout.com/2023/9/27/23892919/fans...

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