The 35-year-old left-hander 1-7 with a 6.50 ERA in nine starts, and it's possible(maybe even likely) that he's thrown his last pitch in the major leagues. If so, he'll finish with a career record of 92-108, and a 4.44 ERA(which would be quite a bit better if not for his 6.50 ERA this season and his 7.51 ERA last season for the Brewers).
Davis was released to make room for second baseman Darwin Barney, who was on the disabled list for the last two weeks+ due to a sprained right knee, an injury suffered when diving into home plate to win a game. He went five for 14 at the plate with a home run in his Triple-A rehab stint, and should immediately return to his starting role at second base, as well as man the #2 spot in the Cubs' lineup.
H/T: Chicago Sun-Times
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