3. Davis. In his first game back in the lineup after sitting out eight games, Chris Davis homered, walked twice and drove in two runs. It was a good start after he went into his hiatus with a .150 batting average. He’ll be looking to keep it going against Braves righty Julio Teheran, who just pitched one of his best games of the season June 17. In a win over the San Diego Padres, he allowed no hits, struck out 11 and walked three in six scoreless innings.