Davis finished the game 2 for 4 and also hit his 12th double of the season. This was Davis' first two-hit game since May 7. He now has a slash line of .271/.331/.429.
The solo shot was his only hit in four at-bats during the game. He also struck out twice.
Prior to Monday's win, Carter was hitting .182 with two home runs and six RBI in his last 11 games.
Moreland hit a solo homer in the second inning and came back to hit a two-run bomb in the fourth. He finished 2 for 5 with three RBI. Moreland also struck out twice. Moreland has now hit four home runs over the past 10 games.
Moreland now has a slash line of .300/.346/.533.
Loney is on the disabled list with a fractured middle finger and was able to take batting practice on Monday. The rehab assignment, according to manager Kevin Cash, could begin as early as "in the next couple of days."
Santana has endured a long first-half slump for the second straight season. He was hitless in the Sunday doubleheader in weakening his average to .211. It has not been lower all season.
"It's kind of confounding," Francona told MLB.com. "He's a better hitter than what he's shown. We all know that. I don't think I'm overstating it. We desperately need him. He's kind of that connector because he's a switch-hitter and he can be right in the middle and, with his on-base skills, there's just so much he can do when he's going more towards himself than what's been happening."
Santana was at least leading the American League in walks, which has resulted in a .372 on-base percentage. But even those have dried up - he has just two in the last 10 games.
Hosmer has started all but three games at that position this season and has been out of the lineup just twice - both in National League parks.
His absence will be felt. Hosmer owns a fine slash line of .290/.354/.445 and is on pace to shatter his single-season RBI record.
"It's actually feeling better, his hand was swollen up pretty bad yesterday, but a lot of the swelling has gone down," manager Ned Yost said, per MLB.com. "Going to be a couple of days with him... I don't really anticipate him being available for this series."
Parmelee played in both games of Sunday's doubleheader against the Indians. He homered in the second game.
He is batting .302 with one triple, four doubles, four home runs and six RBI in 12 games since being recalled from Triple-A Norfolk. However, he has struck out 13 times, which has included two strikeouts in each of his last five games.
“(Morrison) has been battling (soreness in) his back for quite some time,” McClendon said, per The News Journal. “I’ve got a chance to give him two days (off). It just makes sense with a left-hander on the mound to get him out of there.”
Parmelee went 1 for 4 with two RBI in the game.
Over his last five games, Parmelee is hitting .333 with seven hits, four doubles and two RBI.
Davis went 1 for 4 with a solo blast in the sixth inning, when the team scored a combined six runs and blew the game wide open.
Davis is hitting .360 with nine hits, two home runs and five RBI over his last seven games.