"It was a tight, grabbing sensation. It's definitely more in my pec than my shoulder," Davis said before a Wednesday morning workout. "I think it was a little strain, but I don't think it popped or tore. So it's a mild strain."
Davis iced the area Tuesday night and was feeling "better than yesterday, that's for sure," when he reported back to Rogers Centre.
"As long as I'm not feeling worse," Davis said. "I woke up, got stretched out and massaged, and, whew, I feel comfortable."
Since May 19, when Davis snapped an 0-for-9 stretch with a two-run home run in Atlanta, he leads the Brewers with 10 home runs and leads the NL with 32 RBIs over a stretch that spanned 39 games played. Davis boosted his batting average from .215 to .260 over that span.
"There wasn't much [debate about holding Davis out a day]," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "Last night, we talked about if he came in and there was no soreness that we'd get him back in there. But he was a little bit sore."
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