To fill their need for a power hitter, the Orioles have acquired first baseman Glenn Davis from the Houston Astros in return for outfielder Steve Finley and pitchers Pete Harnisch and Curt Schilling. The Orioles completed the trade even though there's no assurance they'll be able to sign Davis to a long-term contract. His current contract expires after the 1991 season, when he'll be eligible for free agency.
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