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Chris Davis has gotten off to a great start for the Orioles this April.
April stats: .348, nine homers, 28 RBI
No player on Baltimore's roster has gotten off to as hot a start as first baseman Chris Davis. Davis leads all Orioles in batting average, home runs and RBI. He has not only been only been one of the top run producers for the Orioles, but his 28 RBI currently leads the league.
You may also recall the hot start that Davis got off to this season, posting four home runs and 17 RBI through the first five games of the season.
After hitting .270 last season with 33 home runs and 85 RBI, Davis is on pace for his best season yet in 2013. However, it may be a bit unrealistic to expect him to continue producing at the same output he has in April. Since the first five games of the season, Davis has only driven in 11 runs over 21 games.
While his RBI pace has fallen off a bit since his incredible start, Davis has still managed to keep his average at .300 while hitting five home runs. Regardless of how his RBI numbers may have declined after the first five games, Davis' overall production during April has been phenomenal, earning him MVP honors for the Orioles this month.