-The K Zone-
January 10th 2017
Brendon Davis is not just a great player but a great person too. You would think being ranked in the Dodgers top 30 prospects raking #18, that it would get to his head. But the truth is he is the go to guy for the Dodgers to do kids camps and fundraisers.
Mike Duffy: I was wondering when you go from high school, minor leagues, to the majors, what was the biggest challenge when you reach each stage?
Brendon Davis: So, I think the biggest jump from HS to pro baseball is realizing the importance of routine so you can be ready to play everyday. The professional season is a lot longer.
Mike Duffy: What did you do best this season?
Brendon Davis: I think the best thing I did this season was keeping my composure through the good and bad times.
Mike Duffy: This offseason whats the major thing your planning to work on?
Brendon Davis: This off season the main thing I am working on is strength and speed.
Mike Duffy: Whats your favorite thing about being an Dodger?
Brendon Davis: Favorite thing about being a dodger is the food (organic).
Mike Duffy: Whats your favorite hobby besides baseball?
Brendon Davis: Favorite hobby has to be disc golf lol
Mike Duffy: Who was your favorite baseball player growing up?
Brendon Davis: Favorite player growing up, Vladimir Guerrero
Mike Duffy: What went through your mind when you were drafted?
Brendon Davis: When I was drafted the main thing going through my mind was I get a chance to live my dream.
Mike Duffy: Who’s the hardest pitcher you faced this season?
Brendon Davis: Hardest pitcher I faced this season, tough one. None of them amazed me.
Mike Duffy: Whats your favorite stadium?
Brendon Davis: Fort Wayne tin caps stadium.
Mike Duffy: Whats your favorite movie/tv show?
Brendon Davis: How to get away with murder.
Mike Duffy: What is it like being ranked in the dodgers top 30 prospects? Do you think of it a lot?
Brendon Davis: It’s an honor but I don’t really think of it a lot. It’s simply just a number and I have to produce or that means nothing.