Joe Davis (sportscaster)

Joe Davis
Born Joseph Daniel Davis
(1987-12-06) December 6, 1987
Lansing, Michigan, U.S.

Sports commentary career

Genre(s) Play-by-play
Sports Major League Baseball
College football
College basketball
National Football League

Joseph Daniel "Joe" Davis (born December 6, 1987) is an American sportscaster. Davis serves as a play-by-play announcer for Los Angeles Dodgers baseball on SportsNet LA and for college football and college basketball on Fox Sports.

Broadcasting career

Davis called football, basketball, baseball and hockey for ESPN and was formerly the voice of the Montgomery Biscuits. From 2011-2012, Davis called college football, basketball, and baseball for Comcast Sports Southeast and served as a studio host for the Baylor ISP Network for the Baylor Bears and called NCAA Division III football and basketball for He is one of the very few broadcasters who has announced Division I sports along with Division III sports as well. For one season, Joe was the lead voice of the 2009 Illinois High School Volleyball State Championships and was the manager of broadcasting & media as well as calling games for the Schaumburg Flyers. His past work includes Beloit College basketball (men's and women's) and baseball as well as fill-in work for the Loyola Ramblers men's volleyball and women's basketball. He also called Sun Belt football and basketball for the Sun Belt Network. In July 2014 Davis was hired by Fox Sports 1 to call Pac-12 and Big 12 football and basketball as well as regional Major League Baseball and National Football League games. Davis was hired by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2015 and broadcast 50 road baseball games for the team on SportsNet LA in 2016. Davis was named the Dodgers' full time television play-by-play announcer after the retirement of Vin Scully after that season.


Davis grew up in Potterville, Michigan and graduated from Beloit College in 2010 with a degree in communications and journalism. He is among the youngest broadcasters ever broadcasting sports in their twenties along with Adam Amin, a broadcaster from ESPN; and Jared Sandler, a play-by-play broadcaster for the Texas Rangers.

Career timeline


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