Dodgers TV announcers 2023 are Joe Davis, Tim Neverett and Stephen Nelson. Stephen joined the Dodgers broadcast team in January.

The seven times World Series champion, Los Angeles Dodgers, has a dedicated broadcast team that brings its MLB games to millions of fans worldwide.

SportsNet LA is the home of the Dodgers, and the broadcast squad is an integral part of the network's operations. Before the 2023 MLB season began, the Dodgers announced their entire broadcast team, and there are some new faces on air. 

The SportsNet television network signed a broadcast deal with the Blue Crew in 2014 and has since been telecasting Iive Dodgers games, highlights, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, and player interviews in addition to pregame and postgame shows.

The first Dodger broadcaster, Red Barber, pioneered sportscasting and laid the foundation for the high standards and expectations that continue to be upheld today.

Dodgers Play By Play Announcers

LA Dodgers announcers are listed below:

  • Joe Davis
  • Tim Neverett
  • Stephen Nelson
  • Pepe Yniguez (Spanish)
  • Jose Mota (Spanish)

The current roster for the Dodgers anchors team for Sportsnet LA consists of Joe Davis, Stephen Nelson and Tim Neverett. Meanwhile, two Dodgers play by play announcers for the Spanish language broadcasts are Jose Mota and Pepe Yniguez.

The lead anchor Joe Davis has been a part of the network for eight seasons since 2015. After the legendary play-by-play Vin Scully announced his retirement in 2016, Davis filled his booth and accepted the lead position.

From right: Orel Hershiser, Joe Davis and Garicaparra
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Before joining the Dodgers, Davis attended Beloit College and earned a bachelor's degree in communications with a minor in journalism. During the football offseasons, he assumed play-by-play duties for the school's athletic department.

Davis has also tiled for ESPN, NFL Network and FOX Sports as a talking head for college baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and softball. 

On the other hand, the 2nd play by play Tim Neverett has been with the hub since 2019. Neverett has successfully teamed up with lead anchorman Joe Davis calling MLB games for the Dodgers for the past three seasons. 

Besides, he also calls Dodgers games for KLAC (570 AM) sports radio channel alongside Charley Steiner and Rick Monday. Tim also served as an anchorman for Pittsburgh Pirates from 2009 to 2015 and the Boston Red Sox from 2016 to 2018. 

Stephen Nelson is a new addition to the studio, beginning his duty in January 2023. Following the appointment, Nelson became the solo Asian American play-by-play caller for an MLB team.

Stephen Nelson as an MLB Network broadcaster in July 2019
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The 33-year-old has a wealth of experience calling games for MLB Network, Apple TV+, and other media platforms. Moreover, Stephen has also worked as a host and on-air personality for the Bleacher Reports.

Meanwhile, the two Spanish language play-by-play for the Dodgers team are Pepe Yniguez and Jose Mota. Yniguez has been serving the Dodgers broadcast team since 1999, while Mota joined the channel in 2022.

Besides, legendary broadcasters for the Dodgers include Vin Scully, who provided play-by-play coverage for 67 years before retiring in 2016, and Jaime Jarrin, who has been working in the Dodgers' broadcasting department since 1959.

Dodgers Commentators List

The pundits on LA Dodgers network are:

  • Orel Hershiser
  • Jessica Mendoza
  • Fernando Valenzuela (Spanish)

In 2014, Orel Hershiser left his job as an analyst at ESPN and returned to the Los Angeles Dodgers as a TV analyst for SportsNet LA. Since 2017, Hershiser has worked as the primary color commentator for Dodger baseball. 

For his wise analysis and insights into the game's strategy and decision-making, Hershiser was nominated for the Emmy Award for best broadcaster.

Hershiser is a former MLB star who spent 18 seasons playing in league with four different teams, including two spells at the Dodgers, two seasons at Cleveland Indians and one season each at the San Franciso Giants and New York Nets. 

 Jessica and Orel have been working together since 2022
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Furthermore, Orel became a World Series winner with the Giants in 1988 and has earned three MLB All-Star selections in his notable career. 

Jessica Mendoza is a retired Olympic champion softball player in her second year calling MLB games for the Dodgers Broadcast Team. Mendoza concurrently serves as commentator and analyst for ESPN's Major League Baseball coverage, splitting her time between the two.

She began her broadcasting voyage in 2014 with ESPN as a guest analyst of Baseball Tonight. While continuing her work at ESPN, Jessica agreed to a contract with Spectrum SportsNet LA network in March 2022 to join the Dodgers Commentators. 

Meanwhile, Fernando Valenzuela, the former MLB player from Mexico, is the only commentator for the Spanish language broadcasts. The 1981 World Series champ with the Dodgers, Valenzuela, began his tenure at the broadcasting department in 2003 six years after his retirement. 

Dodgers Broadcast Team

The broadcast team of the LA Dodgers includes:

  • Kirsten Watson
  • Daron Sutton (2022)

Kirsten Watson has been a sideline reporter and game-day host since September 2021. She is a dynamic personality, bringing her extensive knowledge to SportsNet LA's game broadcasts and coverage.

During the offseason, Watson shifts gears and becomes the game-day reporter & host for the Los Angeles Rams, the Super Bowl LVI Champions. Additionally, she hosted Monday Night Football on Channel 5 in the UK, collaborating with the NFL Network.

Before joining the Dodgers, she contributed to Spectrum SportsNet as a sideline reporter for the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Sparks, and the South Bay Lakers.

Kirsten Watson struck a pose with the Super Bowl trophy at Dodgers Stadium in May 2022
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On Lakeshow, a SportsNet studio show, Watson demonstrated her talent as a host by providing insights into the social trends and news of the Lakers, earning her a well-deserved following.

Kirsten worked with Daron Sutton for a year in 2022 as a Dodgers host before he left the network in 2023. Sutton joined the Los Angeles Angels TV team in 2021, and the following year, he moved on to cover the Los Angeles Dodgers.

In 1997, Sutton hosted three-year broadcasts for the Atlanta Braves before moving on to Anaheim Angels Radio in 2000-2001.

He then transitioned to television, covering the Milwaukee Brewers from 2002-2006 and the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2007-2012. During this time, Sutton also worked with FOX Sports from 2010-2015 and Pac-12 Network TV from 2014 till now.

LA Dodgers Analysts

The Dodgers expert team includes;

  • Nomar Garciaparra
  • Dontrelle Willis
  • Eric Karros

Nomar Garciaparra is a six-time MLB all-star who joined the SportsNet LA Dodgers team as an analyst in 2013. The 2023 season will be his 10th year behind the microphone for the Dodgers.

After playing 13 seasons in the Major League with four clubs, including the Boston Red Sox and Oakland Athletics, Garciaparra hung his boot in 2010. Garciaparra was honored with the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame induction in February 2014 for his contribution as a player.

On December 2, 2013, the Dodgers revealed that Garciaparra had been added to their broadcast team for the 2014 season. Serving as a pre-and post-game analyst, Nomar always delivers shrewd analysis for the Dodgers' telecasts on SportsNet LA.

Dontrelle Willis joined the Dodger broadcast team in May 2022, having served as a game analyst for FOX Sports 1 the season prior. 

Garciaparra and Eric Karros providing their expert analysis.
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Willis became the World Series champion in his debut season in MLB with the Florida Marlins in 2003. The retired left-handed baseball player played four seasons with the Marlins before going to Detroit Tigers in 2008. 

He also played briefly for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2010) and Cincinnati Reds (2011) in the final years of his career. Dontrelle, a two-time All-Star, announced his retirement in September 2011.

Eric Karros, a veteran game-caller with a career spanning nearly 20 years, joined the Dodgers' analyst team in 2022 as the third member of the broadcast crew.

Karros ventured into the broadcasting world in 2004 when he joined FOX Network as a color commentator for MLB games. Then two years later, in 2006, he moved to ESPN, where he toiled as a studio and game analyst.

Moreover, the 55-year-old made his first appearance as a co-broadcaster in the MLB: The Show series, starting with the MLB 11: The Show installment.

In 2007, Fox Saturday Baseball recruited Karros to provide commentary for regional games. In 2014, it was announced that Karros and Brennaman would continue their partnership, calling games together for Fox. 

Then in March of 2022, Karros once again assumed his role as a Dodgers analyst, this time as part of the Spectrum SportsNet LA network.