Davis suffered the injury last Tuesday when he dove for a ball at third base, and had an MRI the next day.
"It sounds like we're in a pretty good spot with it overall," Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen said last week, noting that the MRI revealed what looked like an old labrum injury but no new damage.
NorthJersey.com's Justin Toscano reported late last week that Davis -- who began rehabbing the day after suffering the injury -- was taking ground balls in the outfield, playing catch, and working on one-arm swings with his right hand.
With 23 days to go before Opening Day, it seems that Davis remains in good shape to be ready in time. However, it's still unclear when he'll return to game action.
The expectation has been that Davis will start most games in left field once the regular season starts, with Brandon Nimmo in center, Michael Conforto in right, and Jeff McNeil at third base.
Still, Davis is most comfortable at third base and has worked this offseason to improve there, which is one of the reasons why he was getting so much time at the hot corner this spring.