|New York Mets – No. 29|
|Born: (1987-03-22) March 22, 1987 (age 26)
|Bats: Left||Throws: Left|
|April 19, 2010 for the New York Mets|
(through May 12, 2013)
|Runs batted in||195|
|Competitor for United States|
|Baseball World Cup|
|Gold||2009 Nettuno||National team|
Isaac Benjamin "Ike" Davis (born March 22, 1987) is an American baseball first baseman for the New York Mets in Major League Baseball (MLB). He and his father Ron Davis, who pitched in the majors for 11 years, are the 197th father-son combination to have both played in the major leagues. Davis is the ninth player in Mets history to hit three home runs in a single game.
He led his high school team to three straight Arizona state championships as a pitcher/first baseman. As a hitter he batted .447, while as a pitcher he recorded a 23–0 win–loss record, a 1.85 earned run average (ERA), and 14 saves. He also pitched for the gold medal-winning U.S.A. Youth National Team in the 2003 World Youth Championships, and was the most valuable player of the 2004 AFLAC All-American High School Baseball Classic.
Ranked second in the nation as a freshman for Arizona State University by both Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball, he was named Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year, as he became the first freshman ever to lead the conference in runs batted in (RBIs). He hit .353 with a .605 slugging percentage in college, threw a fastball that reached 94 miles per hour, and was a two-time All-American and a three-time All-Pac-10 selection.
Davis was drafted 18th overall in the first round of the 2008 MLB Draft. In the minor leagues, he batted .288 with a .371 on-base percentage (OBP), and a .467 slugging percentage, and was the Mets 2009 Organizational Player of the Year. The Mets called him up to the majors in April 2010. His 11 home runs prior to the All-Star break that season tied him for the second-most ever by a Mets rookie. He set the Mets rookie record for total bases (230), and tied the Mets rookie records for bases on balls (72) and extra-base hits (53). He was named the first baseman on Baseball America's 2010 All-Rookie Team.