Unfortunately, the morning thread appears to have been taken over by Chris Davis talk, yet again...but I did want to mention separately that I think it is worth remembering what Davis's track record is.
Chris Davis turns 24 in two weeks. As a point of reference, everyone's hot sleeper first base/DH prospect, Mitch Moreland, turns 25 in September.
Davis, playing as a 22 and 23 year old in the majors, has a career .258/.304/.488 line.
Mark Teixeira, through his age 23 season, had a career .259/.331/.480 line.
Ryan Howard didn't debut in the majors until late in his age 24 season.
Adrian Gonzalez, through his age 23 season, had a career .229/.272/.401 line.
Derrek Lee, through his age 23 season, had a .227/.305/.384 line.
Just because a corner infielder hasn't set the world on fire in the majors by the time he's 23 doesn't mean he's a bust.
Particularly a guy like Davis, who has a career .306/.366/.585 line in the minors, while generally being very young for the leagues he is in.
So let's show a little patience, particularly since the games haven't even started yet.