Orioles' Chris Davis ties Reggie's record

Baltimore Orioles batter Chris Davis watches the flight of his, league-leading 37th home run off of...

Baltimore Orioles batter Chris Davis watches the flight of his, league-leading 37th home run off of Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Josh Johnson in the third inning of their MLB American League baseball game in Baltimore, Maryland July 14, 2013. (DOUG KAPUSTIN/Reuters)

Mike Rutsey, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 7:59 PM ET

BALTIMORE - As far as Major League Baseball goes, the title of World's Most Dangerous Man belongs to Baltimore slugger Chris Davis, who drove in four runs on Sunday with a two-run double and two-run home run.

The homer was his 37th of the season, which placed him in a tie with Reggie Jackson for the most home runs slammed prior to the all-star break. Jackson accomplished the feat in 1969 with the Oakland Athletics.


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