On a team that pretty much flunked out of the 2010 baseball season, this feature on Bleacher Reports gives Ike Davis an A+.
What more could you want from a 23 year old rookie first baseman. Davis did everything that was asked of him after the Mets’ failed Mike Jacobs experiment. Davis was able to become a run producer in the middle of the Mets lineup. He hit 19 home runs while driving in 71 runners.
Davis also was one of the top defensive first baseman in the majors. Davis had the top UZR for first baseman in the National League and should be a Gold Glove candidate.