Chat with Davis, Breslow, Bailey

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Davis was originally drafted by the Pirates in 2001.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, Oakland A's outfielder Rajai Davis and pitchers Andrew Bailey and Craig Breslow stop by to chat about the 2010 MLB season.

Davis made his Major League debut in 2006 with the Pirates. He made a stop in San Francisco before coming to Oakland in 2008 after the A's clamied him off waivers. He earned his way to becoming the starting center fielder for Oakland in 2009.

Bailey won the 2009 American League Rookie of the Year, finishing 6-3. He set an Oakland rookie record with 26 saves, while posting a 1.84 ERA. After making the team out of spring training, Bailey eased into his closer's role - not earning his first save until May, but converting his final 21 opportunities.

Breslow came to the A's early in the 2009 season from Minnesota. He provided valuable relief out of the bullpen, appearing in 60 games for the A's, with 13 holds and a 7-5 record.

Send your questions now and join the chat Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. ET!

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