Joe Davis Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Education, Fox Sports, NFL, FS1, Net Worth

Joe Davis Biography

A native of Potterville, Michigan, Joe Davis (born Joseph Daniel Davis) is an American television sportscaster. The sportscaster serves as the play-by-play broadcast announcer for Los Angeles Dodgers telecasts on Spectrum SportsNet LA. In addition, Davis also calls college football, college basketball, Major League Baseball, and NFL games for Fox Sports and NFL Network.

Joe Davis Age|Birthday

Davis was born on December 6, 1987. Therefore, he is 34 years old as of 2022 and celebrates his birthday on the 6th of December every year.

Joe Davis Height|Weight

Davis’ height is 6 feet 0 inches (approximately 183 centimeters). Moreover, he weighs 67 kilograms.

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Joe Davis Family

Davis was born and raised in Potterville, Michigan, the United States to his parents. His father is Pau Davis and his unidentified mother. In addition, he has one sibling, a brother named Sam A. Moreover, the sportscaster’s brother, Sam is the cinematographer and co-producer of the film Period. End of Sentence and the winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary at the 91st Academy Awards.

Joe Davis Wife

Davis is happily married to Libby. Moreover, the couple is blessed with three children, with one son who is named in honor of Davis’ colleague and friend Orel Hershiser.

Joe Davis Education

The Potterville, Michigan native attended Beloit (Wis.) College. In addition, Davis was a two-time all-state quarterback and SAll-Region baseball player. Moreover, he earned a B.A, in Communications and a minor in journalism from Beloit College in 2010.

Joe Davis Career

Broadcasting Career

The Potterville, Mich. native started his professional career calling football, baseball, hockey, and basketball for ESPN. In addition, Davis was the voice of the Montgomery Biscuits. Moreover, from 2010 to 2012, he called college football, basketball, and baseball for Comcast Sports Southeast. Also, he has served as a studio host for the Baylor ISP Network for the Baylor Bears and called NCAA Division III football and basketball for D3Sports.com.

Moreover, Joe is one of the very few broadcasters who has announced Division I sports and Division III sports. Additionally, he was the lead voice of the 2009 Illinois High School Volleyball State Championships. Furthermore, Davis was the manager of broadcasting and media as well as calling games for the Schaumburg Flyers. Moreover, in 2012, Joe worked college football for ESPN, including the memorable Texas A&M win over Louisiana Tech with Johnny Manziel.

Fox Sports, NFL Network and FS1

Joe was hired by Fox Sports in July 2014 where he calls college football and basketball and Major League Baseball and Select National Football League games for the network and FS1. Moreover, he has handled Division series broadcasts on Fox/FS1 and filled in on Game 4 of the 2019 American League Championship Series while Joe Buck called Thursday Night Football the same evening. Additionally, he also filled in on Game 7 of the 2020 National League Championship Series

Moreover, in 2020, the sportscaster replaced Mike Tirico on the NFL Network broadcast. Furthermore, in 2021, he filled in on an NFL on Fox game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints.

In addition, in 2022, Joe was named to replace Joe Buck as the lead play-by-play announcer full-time for MLB on Fox.

Los Angeles Dodgers

Joe was hired by SportsNet LA in November 2015 to serve as an alternate play-by-play commentator for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2016 season. Moreover, Davis split the play-by-play role with Charley Steiner for games that were not called by Vin Scully. Subsequently, the journalist became Scully’s successor for the 2017 interviews.

Joe Davis Net Worth

Davis’ net worth ranges between $1 million and $5 million.