CBS Sports "The rebuilding Milwaukee Brewers have made another trade, dealing power-hitting outfielder Khris Davis to the Oakland Athletics. The Brewers announced the move as official Friday evening. The Brewers' return in the deal is a pair of minor leaguers. Catcher Jacob Nottingham and right-handed..." February 13
Brew Crew Ball "Susan Slusser, the Oakland Athletics beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, is reporting that the Brewers and A's are on the verge of a trade that could send Khris Davis to the bay: No official word from either club has been forthcoming, and there is no speculation as to what the return..." February 12
Hardball Talk "The free agent market for outfielders remains flush, as Alex Gordon, Justin Upton, Yoenis Cespedes, and Dexter Fowler notably haven’t signed with a club yet. As a result, the Brewers may find it difficult to move Davis this offseason, particularly if they want to get a decent return. Jon Morosi of..." January 04
Word on #Brewers injuries: Herrera X-ray negative but deep contusion; Peterson bruised knee; Davis twisted ankle.
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Khris Davis has been activated off the disabled list, the Brewers announced, and he's already starting in place of the team's hottest hitter. Davis, who was reinstated from the 15-day DL on Tuesday, had been sidelined since undergoing knee surgery at the end of May. When Milwaukee revealed its..." July 07
Khris Davis likely coming up tomorrow, Craig Counsell says.
Brewers assistant GM Gord Ash says Khris Davis’ meniscus cleanup “went well.” Recovery time for Davis is expected to be 4-6 weeks.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Brewers leftfielder Khris Davis revealed Tuesday that he received a recent death threat deemed serious enough to be investigated by Major League Baseball. Davis said he received the death threat on Twitter while the team was in Chicago on the last road trip. He told club officials, who..." May 28
MLB.com "If you want to know about his rise from collegiate bench warmer to seventh-round Draft pick to presumptive starting left fielder for the Milwaukee Brewers, Khris Davis has a suggestion. "Call Rick Vanderhook," Davis suggests. "He's seen me at my lowest." His "lowest" was in 2007, when Davis..." February 26
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Mornings have pretty much been the same this off-season for Khris Davis -- grab some breakfast, flip on MLB Network and head to the Milwaukee Brewers' facility in Maryvale to rehab his left hamstring. He received quite a surprise on Thursday, however, when he saw the news that Norichika Aoki..." December 07
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Khris Davis considers his home run power a "secret weapon." After the blast he launched in Tuesday's exhibition against Team Canada at Maryvale Baseball Park, it's safe to say the secret is out. Davis, in his first major-league camp with the Milwaukee Brewers, hit a tape-measure shot in the..." March 07