Oakland's Khris Davis (hip) exits Tuesday's game after one at-bat
Oakland Athletics outfielder Khris Davis was forced to leave Tuesday's game against the Cleveland Indians after suffering 'linger effects' from a hip contusion.
Davis has been in and out of the lineup for most of May after suffering a left hip contusion earlier this month. At this point, it's definitely a possibility the Oakland slugger could need a stint on the Injured List. If so, expect Mark Canha to see more playing time.
In 157 at-bats this season, Davis is hitting .248 with 12 home runs and 29 RBI.
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