Ike Davis first to hit 30 homers since Mets moved to Citi Field

Ike Davis follows through on two-run home run

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Ike Davis follows through on two-run home run during the fourth inning. (Sept. 24, 2012) (Credit: Jim McIsaac)

Ike Davis used words such as "terrible" and "awful" to describe the way he began the season. He wondered aloud if the writers covering the team could have done better. When times got really bad, each at-bat felt so foreign, he likened the experience to playing the game for the very first time.

"Obviously, I wasn't myself," Davis said.

Which is why the milestone he reached in Monday...

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