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Umpire Davis works 4,000th career game

Gerry Davis hit yet another career milestone, when he umpired his 4,000th career game Wednesday night in Anaheim.

Davis, 60, was the first-base umpire for the Angels-A's game, becoming the 21st to achieve the feat. He is one of just three active umps to hit the mark, joining Tim McClelland and Joe West.

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This marks Davis' 32nd season as a big league ump, during which he has manned a record 115 postseason games.

Last season, Davis was the crew chief at both the All-Star Game and the World Series.

AJ Cassavell is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter @ajcassavell.

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