Davis had 543 major-league at bats for three different teams between the years of 1963-1972. He played in the bigs for six of those 10 seasons, coming up with the Houston Colt .45’s as a 19-year old in 1963 and finishing with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1972. He posted a .260 career average with one career home run. Davis hit .318 in 85 games in his final season in the majors. The year before he set a career high in games played when he saw action in 106 contests for the Chicago Cubs. He hit .256 that season for the Cubs, also setting career highs in RBIs (28) and runs scored (22).
Davis mentions his lone career home run. It came while he was playing for Houston in a game against the San Francisco Giants on June 14, 1963. He took Jack Sanford deep in the ninth inning of a 2-0 game. The Colt .45’s were unable to build on Davis’ bomb and ended up losing the game 2-1.
Brock Davis career stats