Let the young man Brennen Davis be reintroduced. Davis made quite a stir on his debut with Iowa Cubs with two home runs, including one in his first plate appearance with the Triple-A club, the main branch of the Chicago Cubs.
With both long balls, Davis matched the two home runs he hit in the entire month of August with Double-A Tennessee. This is the second multi-homer game of Davis’ career, with the other coming earlier this Minor League season on July 21:
Brennen Davis quickly proved this year that he was ready for more than the Class A High level. After three and a half months in Double A, he showed that he could handle more than that level too. In his first game at Triple-A, Davis showed some early aptitude for the highest stage in the Minors.
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Baseball’s No. 14 overall prospect homered in his first two at-bats at Triple-A, hitting a howitzer to left field in the second inning and then with a two-run blast to the left in the third, which helped. build Iowa’s starting lead in Omaha in his first game since being promoted to Triple-A East. Davis finished his night 2 of 5 as Iowa advanced to an 8-1 slate victory.
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