Baseball Bloodlines: Ike is the son of former major league pitcher Ron Davis... Ron played 11 season in the major leagues for five different major league teams, most notably the New York Yankees and the Minnesota Twins... earned 130 career saves in 481 appearances... was one of the best relievers in the mid 1980's when he recorded 106 saves from 1982-85 for the Twins.
2007 (Sophomore): Turned in another stellar season, earning First Team All-Pac-10 honors for the second straight season...was also named a Jewish Sports Review First Team All-American for the second consecutive year...Collegiate Baseball Third Team All-American...named to the All-Tempe Regional squad...appeared in 62 games, starting each one...batted .349 with eight homers and 61 runs batted in...also pitched in seven games, making one start...finished 1-1 on the mound with a 1.35 ERA...tied for the Pac-10 lead with 23 doubles and finished tied for fifth in the league with 83 hits...made the change from first base to outfield, throwing out four runners from right field...played for the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod League during the summer, going 1-0 with a save without allowing a run in 2.2 innings and batting .246 in 16 games before a wrist injury ended his summer.
2006 (Freshman): One of the most decorated freshmen in ASU history...named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year, All-Pac-10 First Team, Jewish Sports Review First Team All-American, Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-American, Rivals.com First Team Freshman All-American, Baseball America Second Team Freshman All-American and ABCA First Team All-West Region...set a new ASU freshman record with his 65 runs batted in, good for second in the Pac-10...tied for the team lead with his nine home runs, tying him with Bob Horner for third most ever by a Sun Devil freshman...appeared in all 58 games, starting 57 of them...was a starting pitcher, a relief pitcher, a designated hitter, a first baseman and an outfielder...batted .329 (79-240) with 39 runs scored and a team leading 20 doubles, tying the school record for doubles by a freshman ...his 69 hits are third most all-time by a freshman at ASU...went 2-3 with a 7.42 ERA as a pitcher...appeared in 14 games, starting 12 on the hill...batted .320 (33-103) in Pac-10 play...belted grand slams in consecutive games vs. Texas Tech (2/28) and Auburn (3/3)...was a .376 hitter (56-93) with runners in scoring position, including 56 RBI and three homers...batted .529 (9-17) with 26 RBI with the bases loaded...led the team in both multi-hit games (25) and multi-RBI games (16), including two games with more than five RBI...took part in the Team USA Trials over the summer, before finishing summer ball with the Anchorage Bucs of the Alaskan Baseball League.
High School: A 2005 graduate of Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz... earned four varsity letters for Coach Jerry Dawson... helped Chaparral continue its legacy as a baseball powerhouse winning three straight Arizona 4A state titles... the Firebirds combined to go 95-8 during his sophomore thorough senior seasons... named the MVP of both the 2004 AFLAC All-American Game (Aberdeen, Md.) and the 2005 High School All-American Game (Albuquerque, N.M.)... was a standout two-way player during his prep career... combined to hit .447 (143-for-320) with 48 doubles, 12 home runs and 106 RBI... set Chaparral career records for doubles and was third in RBI... on the mound he was a perfect 23-0 with a 1.85 ERA and 14 saves in 57 career appearances... set the Chaparral career record with 213 strikeouts in 174 innings pitched... during his senior year he hit .450 with six home runs and on the mound was 5-0 with five saves... named a Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger All-American and ABCA/Rawlings second-team All-American... consensus firs-team All-State selection by the Arizona Republic, AzBCA and the East Valley Tribune... Baseball America preseason All-American (1B)... rated as the No. 39 high school prospect (TeamOneBaseball.com) and the top prospect in the state of Arizona (Baseball America/Perfect Game)... also the No. 2 high school first base prospect in the nation... as a junior he hit .420 with three homers and 33 RBI and was 8-0 with five saves and a 2.10 ERA... 2004 All-Tribune 4A Pitcher of the Year and First-Team All-State (Arizona Republic)... named Arizona's Mr. Baseball as a sophomore after hitting .559 (57-for-102) with three homers and 32 RBI and going 9-0 with three saves and a 1.58 ERA... 2003 First-Team All-State (Arizona Republic) and All-Tribune 4A-2A Player of the Year... played for the USA Baseball Youth National Team (2003) and Junior National Team (2004)... helped the YNT to a gold medal in Kaohsiung, Taiwan... combined to hit .404 (19-for-47) with nine doubles in two summers with Team USA... was the No. 6 prospect at the 2004 Perfect Game National Showcase (Tropicana Field).
MLB Draft: Selected in the 19th round (568 overall) by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 2005 MLB Draft.
Personal: Undecided on a major... son of Ron and Millie Davis... has one older Ellie, and one sister, Trace... enjoys hunting and fishing... favorite baseball player is Barry Bonds... was a batboy for the Phoenix Firebirds... wears No. 39, just like his father wore in the big leagues... full name is Isaac Bejamin Davis... born March 22, 1987 in Edina, Minn.
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