Davis is the only player to remain with the Crushers all five years. In 2012, he hit .277 and led the team with 100 hits, 14 homers, and 67 RBI's. He was the only player to play in all 95 games. Despite the solid nummbers, it was the first year that he did not make the FL All Star team. In 2011, he started slowly, but went on a tear in the second half of the season. Made his third consecutive FL All Star appearance. Hit .339 on the year with 123 hits in 93 games, 39 doubles, 12 homers and 87 RBI's. Boasted a .407 OBP, and came in second in the player of the year voting. In 2010, hit .285, with 10 HR and 61 RBI, with a .396 OBP, over 96 games with the Crushers, and made a second straight FL All Star appearance. Signed with the Crushers prior to the 2009 season. In 2009, he was named to the Frontier League Eastern Division All Star Team. Hit .327, with 15 HR and 68 RBI over 95 games with a .408 OBP. Drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 12th round of the 2007 MLB draft. Played four years at Kent State University where twice he was named to the Mid-American Conference's first team over his last two years with the program. Had his best year with Kent State in 2006, hitting .376 with 3 HR, 47 RBI over 56 games. Played 121 games in 2008 with the Augusta GreenJackets, and hit .253 with 3 HR and 56 RBI.