Orioles slugger Chris Davis set a single-season club record Tuesday night with his 51st home run of the season, breaking Brady Anderson's mark set in 1996.
Following the Orioles' 3-2 win over Boston on Tuesday night, Davis reflected on the historic night, the importance of the victory and the wild-card race:
On hitting No. 51
I’m excited. I’ve said all along when you’re hitting home runs and your team’s not winning, it feels like it’s kind of for nothing. I was obviously glad to tie the game there and for us to hang in there and get a run off Koji, that’s something we’ve struggled to do in the past.
On Brady Anderson surprising...