Bucs’ Davis happy to be away from New Yorkers’ early morning advice

Ike Davis enjoys peaceful mornings.

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First baseman Ike Davis was traded from the Mets to the Pirates on April 18, just 12 games into the season.

After hitting just .205 with 33 RBI last year, a change of scenery was much needed.

Even though it has only been 32 games, Davis has turned things around in Pittsburgh, hitting .303 with 3 homers and 16 RBI.

With Davis returning to Citi Field Monday for a three-game series against his former club, New York Post columnist Kevin Kernan asked him what the best thing was about being a Pirate.

That answer probably won’t go over well with Mets fans, but it is funny.