HOUSTON, TX - MAY 21: Wade Davis #22 of the Kansas City Royals throws a pitch during the first inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on May 21, 2013 in Houston, Texas.
I can remember going to bars and clubs and I don’t even drink alcohol, and getting stuck with a $400-500 tab ... And I’m like wait a minute, I had four sprites.
I definitely wanted to get ahead in the count and get some quick outs, but I fell behind a lot of hitters and threw too many pitches - which kind of hindered the whole fact of me getting deep into the game
I made it look a lot harder than it should ... When you don't command your pitches, you can make anybody look a lot better. I didn't execute my pitches.More quotes »
NBA player Jason Collins' coming out may help inspire young athletes struggling with sexuality
former NFL reserve player Wade Davis was in the 10th grade, he did everything in his power to hide that he was gay, especially from his teammates."It was about making sure nobody ever found out," said Davis, 35, who came out in 2012 and is now a gay activist. Read more »
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Young, famous and newly rich: A family dilemma for pro athletes
Wade Davis admits he was never what you'd call a marquee player -- he pulled in six figures, not millions, during his four years as a free agent in the NFL. But to a working-class kid from Shreveport, it was a lot of money and it left Davis feeling press from American Public Media Read more »
Should Wade Davis move to the bullpen?
Another typical night for Royals starter Wade Davis. Five innings of work where he threw 102 pitches. He allowed eight hits and four walks. It was a minor miracle he allowed only three runs, with all three coming on a Jimmy Paredes home run in the fourth from Royals Review :: A Kansas City Royals Blog Read more »
Recap: LA Angels vs. Kansas City
Lorenzo Cain had two doubles and drove in three runs and Salvador Perez added two hits and a pair of RBI as the Kansas City Royals cruised past the LA Angels of Anaheim, 9-5, in the rubber match of a three-game set at Angels Stadium. Billy Butler added t from Miami Herald Read more »
Wade Davis gets support
Royals starter Wade Davis got plenty of run support on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. He didn't have the best of outings, but he did pick up a win. Davis improved to 3-3, allowing four earned runs on nine hits and three walks over 5 1/3 innings. He thre from CBS Sports Read more »
Royals Beat Angels 9-5 With 7-Run 3rd Inning
Wade Davis (3-3) was charged with four runs and nine hits over 5 1-3 innings in the rubber game of the series. Butler, who entered this series in a 4 for 35 rut, went 8 for 13 with a homer and nine RBIs — as many as he had in 103 at-bats over his previou from International Herald Tribune Read more »