Since entering the league with Milwaukee back in 2013, Khris Davis has watched his home run total increase every season, all the way to an astounding 48 round-trippers in 2018. His ISO has increased every year since 2014 and he was two runs short of joining the 100 run/100 RBI club for the first time in his career last season. Despite knowing all about his exceptional power, the craziest, wildest stat for Davis is the fact he has hit exactly .247 in each of the past four seasons. Simply put, Davis has been incredibly consistent over the past three seasons, to the tune of at least 150 games played, 42 home runs, 102 RBI and a .247 batting average every year since 2016.

Like many of the premier power hitters in the league, strikeouts can be a problem for Davis, as his strikeout rate has exceeded 27-percent in three of the last four seasons, with last year’s mark of 26.8 percent being the lowest mark since 2014 in Milwaukee. While the strikeout percentage decreased last year from...