Sure, it's just the first week of play, and it's inevitable that both of their numbers and current production will taper off at some point. But the way they are currently raking the ball, it will be fun to see what this dynamic duo can do over a full season.
After a breakout 2012 season, Jones is picking up right where he left off in 2013. In his eighth major league season, the former 2003 first-round draft pick is batting a staggering .522 with seven RBI, eight runs scored and a league-leading 12 hits in 23 at-bats. Not only that, but he just seems to get better the more he plays and the older he gets.
What place will the Orioles finish in 2013?
And if Jones' numbers weren't impressive enough for you, Davis' stats are even better in nearly every category. The 27-year-old is leading the league with a ridiculous .556 average, a .591 OBP and a 1.389 slugging percentage. He also leads the league with four home runs and 17 RBI over 18 at-bats. And similar to Jones, Davis just keeps getting better with every at-bat.
The Blue Jays were arguably favored to win the American League East this year, but with the way that the Orioles are currently playing, 2013 could easily be the year that the O's take over the division and prove to the baseball world that their breakout 2012 campaign was no fluke.
What do you think? Will 2013 be the Orioles year?