It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that Ike Davis is royally struggling right now.
Through 29 games with the Mets this season, Davis has almost twice as many walks as he does hits. The numbers are just scary to look at.He has just 17 hits and a whopping 31 strikeouts in 102 at-bats. That's more than 30 percent of the time!
What's wrong? First of all, he has so much movement at the plate. His strike is way too early, and he brings his hands down before he swings. There's just too many nooks and crannies right now for him to get going. One thing that should be discussed is possibly sending him to the minors to figure it all out.
Even though he's batting down in the order, his presence is hurting the team. although the Mets do not have a viable option to replace him. The first idea would be to move Daniel Murphy to first and slide Justin Turner in at second. Ronny Cedeno will be the shortstop until Ruben Tejada returns from his injury.
What would you do with Ike?