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Chris Davis
Orioles' Chris Davis taking new ADHD medication to 'treat a medical condition,' expert says

The new medication for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder that Orioles first baseman Chris Davis has been approved to take this season is unlikely to be abused by players seeking an on-field edge, according to a medical expert. After a second failed drug test for unauthorized Adderall use last season, Davis was suspended for 25 games, including the Orioles' final 17 regular-season games and seven postseason appearances. He also will have to sit out Opening Day but is allowed to participate in spring training games. At last month's annual FanFest event, Davis said he was diagnosed with ADHD in 2008 and that he took Adderall to help him better function in everyday life. He...