"Hopefully it feels better by next week to get into the big league games," Davis told reporters in Port St. Lucie. "I actually had a decent day. I kept the ball in the air, which is nice. I didn't roll over anything, but obviously I haven't hit a live ball in about a week or so. I didn't break all my bats and swing and miss every time, so that was nice. I felt good."
Duda, hampered by a left hamstring strain, finished 0-for-4 with a walk in a separate game. He also didn't run the bases but later ran in the outfield.
"The timing is a little bit off, but it felt good, for the most part," Duda said.
Davis and Duda will both get more at-bats on Saturday in Minor League games.
Christina De Nicola is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.