Where Is Joe Davis Dodger Announcer Today?
Today, there is no information about the whereabouts of the play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports.
According to Joe's Instagram profile, @joedavispxp, he last uploaded a picture with his daughter earlier this month, on May 15.
Davis called certain regular-season contests for the network before taking up the primary job.
He's been in the booth for FOX Sports' Division Series coverage since 2017, and he and Smoltz both called a Championship Series game during the 2019 and 2020 MLB Postseasons, respectively.
The highly regarded announcer also serves as the Los Angeles Dodgers' television voice.
Davis joined FOX Sports as a play-by-play announcer for college football, college basketball, and Major League Baseball coverage in 2014.
What Happened to Joe Davis?
The announcer has maintained a low-profile life and has not disclosed any details of his ill health or sickness.
People are eager to know why Joe is replaced by Daron Sutton for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The announcer recently revealed that he is officially the voice of the World Series for Fox.
Joe was the primary announcer for the 2009 Illinois High School Volleyball State Championships and the Schaumburg Flyers' radio and media manager and game caller.
He also called Sun Belt football and basketball games for the Sun Belt Network.
Davis covered college football for ESPN in 2012, including Johnny Manziel's famous Texas A&M triumph against Louisiana Tech.
Is Joe Davis Sick?
As of 2022, no rumors or information about Joe Davis being sick is found on the internet.
However, in September 2021, Davis tested positive for COVID-19 and missed games for the immediate future.
Joe was fully vaccinated and was in quarantine at his home. Davis, his wife Libby, and their three children live in South Pasadena, California.
Davis got his B.A. in communications and a minor in media in 2010 from Beloit College.