Tom Davis (sportscaster)

Tom Davis is a veteran sportscaster who was the host of O's Xtra, the pre/postgame show on MASN for the Baltimore Orioles. He previously served that role on Home Team Sports (1984-2000). He also currently serves as a host for Mid Atlantic Sports Report, Wall to Wall Baseball,Take Me Out to the Ballgame and Touchdown Baltimore on MASN and for the Orioles Radio Network. He has been a sportscaster since 1971 and is a 5-time winner of the Maryland Sportscaster of the Year Award.

The Orioles announced they were not renewing his contract via Twitter on Jan. 22, 2021.


Davis started his career at WBAL-TV as weekend sports anchor in the early 1970s. On the national level, he has done play-by-play for the NFL on NBC and NBC Radio, college football games for NBC, and some Olympic games on NBC Radio as an anchor and announcer for men's basketball and boxing. Davis was a member of the Mutual Radio Network, where he called college football games and served as a sideline reporter for the USFL on ABC. On August 8, 1998, Davis called an exhibition game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Chicago Bears which was the first game ever played at PSINet Stadium (now M&T Bank Stadium). He also hosts Wall to Wall Baseball, Mid Atlantic Sports Report, and O's Xtra and has hosted and produced shows for the Ravens and Orioles, including Touchdown Baltimore and Take Me Out To The Ballgame for MASN.


Davis lives in Baltimore County with his wife, Bonnie, has three adult children, and has two grandchildren. He attended and graduated from Calvert Hall College High School in 1966 and received a bachelor's degree in marketing from the University of Baltimore in 1971.


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