"It's something that gives me a little bit of peace," Davis said about driving to the opposite field Monday. "When I'm driving the ball the other way, and they're catching them or running them down, it's obviously frustrating. But I think yesterday was kind of an early tone-setter for the game, getting the breaking ball out over the plate and being able to drive it to the opposite field. For a minute, I didn't even want to look up, 'He's going to catch it,' and turn around and go back to the dugout. It's kind of snowballed from there, so it's definitely nice to see the results."