New York Mets
Davis described his right calf as feeling "interesting" Wednesday after testing it out by taking grounders, swinging and throwing, but without running. He will continue to wear a protective boot away from the ballpark.
"I haven't moved on the ankle in a while, so this is different," Davis said. "There's not a lot of pain, though. Once again, it's just a little tight, I guess, but not painfully tight.
"It's not the same," he continued about the feeling in his right calf. "I think it's more the fact I just haven't used my Achilles tendons in a while. You have to go get them stretched out again."
Asked about potentially DHing on the minor-league side Thursday, Davis said: "I don't know. I might be able to hit. I don't know if they want me to run yet."
Daniel Murphy then audibly whispered to Davis: "Say day-to-day."
Davis dryly answered: "I don't know if I'm day-to day. It could be day-to-years. No, I don't know. I'm joking."