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Alvin Glenn Davis (born September 9, 1960 in Riverside, Californiamarker) is a former Major League Baseball first baseman/designated hitter who played primarily for the Seattle Mariners. He won the American League Rookie of the Year Award in 1984.

Davis was a career .280 hitter with 160 home runs and 683 RBI in 1206 games. He hit 20-plus homers in three seasons, and drove in over 100 runs twice.

Davis, who batted left-handed and threw right-handed, played college baseball at Arizona State. He broke into the majors with the Mariners in and remained there until . Well-liked by Mariners fans, Davis held most of the franchise's offensive team records until the advent of Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez and Alex Rodriguez. He burst onto the major league scene in 1984, homering in his first two big-league games and collecting three doubles in his third. Davis reached base in each of the first 47 games of his career, and was chosen for his only All-Star Game as a rookie. Named the Mariners MVP, he was also voted the American League's Rookie of the Year Award after batting .284 with 27 home runs and 116 RBI.

Davis, who was nicknamed "Mr. Mariner", was inducted into the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame in .

After eight years in Seattle, Davis signed as a free agent with the California Angels, but his power was gone. Released by the Angels in June 1992, he joined the Kintetsu Buffaloes in Japan. Davis only appeared in 40 games there, hitting 5 home runs with 12 RBI.

He is currently a baseball coach for MLK High School in Riverside, California.

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