Joe Davis, Vin Scully’s Dodgers Successor, Signs With CAA (Exclusive)

The 29-year-old broadcaster is a new play-by-play announcer for a Los Angeles Dodgers.

Joe Davis, a new voice of a Los Angeles Dodgers, has sealed with CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

The comparatively immature Davis, 29, succeeds a mythological Vin Scully, who retired final season after 67 years. When a Dodgers open their deteriorate Apr 3, Davis will be in a counter with former all-stars Orel Hershiser and Nomar Garciaparra job a play-by-play.

Davis, who was formerly with WME and IF Management, is following his agent, Josh Santry, from IF. Sports Business Journal announced Santry’s CAA employing progressing on Monday.

Davis stays Fox Sports 1’s primary play-by-play announcer for college football, and will continue to cover a MLB and college basketball for a network as well. He formerly worked during ESPN, where during age 25 he became a youngest chairman ever to call a college football play diversion on television.