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Dodgers play-by-play announcer Joe Davis joined us live to share his personal experience with Dodger legend Vin Scully and the impact he had on him. The Dodgers broadcasting legend died Tuesday at the age of 94. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Aug. 4, 2022.
What Joe Davis was able to do on Tuesday night was pretty incredible, all things considered. With such a sad and sudden announcement of the passing of Vin Scully, the Dodgers play-by-play man handled it with perfect tact and emotions. He allowed fans to feel the moment while also offering anecdotes to remind us all how lucky we were to know Vin.
Joe Davis has a great job serving as the TV voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers. But getting that job meant he had to do something extremely difficult: Be the person to replace Vin Scully as the voice of the team. Davis began broadcasting Dodgers games in the 2016 since...
Dodgers play-by-play voice Joe Davis describes the emotion of having to announce Vin Sully’s death on air
In 2017, Joe Davis earned the seemingly impossible task of replacing Vin Scully as the TV play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers. But the job became even more difficult Tuesday night, as Davis was tasked with informing the Dodgers audience that their beloved broadcaster Vin Scully had passed away at the age of 94.
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—— The Dodgers are doing this Legendary Moments feature on their YouTube channel, and No. 55 stood out to me, as Jose Lima‘s NLDS playoff start is something I’ll never forget. I think for a lot of us millennial Dodger fans this was literally the first time we’d ever seen them win a playoff game.
Fans tuning into the 2022 MLB All-Star Game experienced what can only be described as the unfamiliar: a very high-profile baseball game on FOX that did not feature the voice of Joe Buck. It's now obvious that this was an overlooked side effect of Buck and Troy Aikman being lured away from FOX by ESPN. The voice that has called the last 24 World Series is no longer doing baseball. Last night was the first time that FOX or viewers had a chance to miss Buck and judging by Twitter, many did.
Joe Davis succeeded Vin Scully as the Dodgers' lead TV broadcaster. Now he is No. 1 at Fox and will call his first All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium.
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