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"DENVER (AP) — Ike Davis is feeling healthy again and ready to resume his career with the New York Yankees. Davis joined the Yankees in Colorado for the start of a two-game series against the Rockies. The first baseman wasn't in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game, but manager Joe Girardi says he's going to get plenty of action. The Yankees expressed interest in signing Davis in the offseason, but he decided to go to Texas in part because the Rangers' spring training facility is in Arizona. When the pain began to affect his ability to walk, he decided to have the operation in Vail by Dr. Marc Philippon to repair multiple issues, including a torn labrum.", www.sfchronicle.com
"NEW YORK (AP) — Ike Davis and the New York Yankees have finalized a one-year contract, giving the team more options after putting four first basemen on the disabled list. New York designated right-hander Layne Somsen for assignment to open a spot for Davis on the 40-man roster and cleared a spot on the 25-man roster by optioning right-hander Chad Green to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre after Sunday's game.", www.sfchronicle.com
"Ron Davis wasn’t making any predictions, but he believes his son, Ike, is finally healthy after hip problems contributed to short stints with the A’s and Pirates and determined to prove he’s still good enough to be an everyday major league first baseman. “It’s time for him to [produce],” the 60-year-old former Yankees reliever said in a phone interview on Monday, shortly before the Yankees made the signing of former Mets first baseman Ike Davis official. “He’s healthy. I think he’s ready to do it. We got our fingers crossed that happens for him. “He can show he can play. And like we all know in the baseball world, if you start putting up numbers you get to stay.” Ironically, news of the signing came on Sunday during Old-Timers’ Day. Ron Davis, who pitched for the Yankees in relief from 1978-81, hasn’t been invited back to the event since 2008 — the year his son was drafted by the", nypost.com