I'm a huge fan of Doug Davis. There is no way that Davis should be considered an ace or even a front-line starting pitcher because his stuff is simply not that dominant. However, Davis is your classic middle-of-the-rotation starter, who gets the job done and is about as consistent as they come. While Davis might not be the first choice for many teams, he's exactly the kind of pitcher that so many teams need.
How will Davis' limitations and consistency play out on the open market? Let's take a look:
I know the quality start is not the best judge of a pitcher's performance, but what Doug Davis has done over the years is pretty amazing.
2009: 21 quality starts, 66 percent
2008: 14 quality starts, 54 percent (injured)
2007: 1 ...
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Article written by Josh Levitt