Suspended MLB Star Chris Davis Helps Save Trapped Motorist
We got burned earlier this year by USC cornerback Josh Shaw, when he claimed he sprain his ankles by leaping 2 stories to save his drowning nephew. That was lie and he got exposed. Click here if you missed that story.
Yesterday a true, witnessed act of heroism took place by a suspended Major League Baseball star. Chris Davis of the Baltimore Orioles was suspended 25 games on September 12 for testing positive for amphetamines. Get more details on the suspension here. Davis said he made a mistake by taking Adderall. 119 players in MLB are allowed to use Adderall and Davis used to be one of them. He has a prescription for Adderall to treat his ADHD. According to CBS Adderall is widely abused in MLB.
Yesterday, Chris Davis helped save a trapped motorist in his time off. Click here to check out this amazing story. So, was it fate he was WRONGFULLY suspended to save this mans life? Can you imagine helping at the scene of an accident and spotting a million dollar athlete risking injury to save a life? Chris Davis could have saw the scene and drove away but he chose to help, by some accounts lead the rescue effort.
The 28 year-old ends the 2014 regular season below the Mendoza line, hitting .196/.300/.404 (97 OPS+) with 26 homers and 72 RBI. Last season was his career year, as he hit .286/.370/.634 (168 OPS+) with 42 doubles, 53 homers and 138 RBI. He finished third in AL MVP voting.
Chris Davis is my favorite person in the world today.
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