Umpire Gerry Davis worked his 4,000th major league game Wednesday night when the Los Angeles Angels took on the Oakland Athletics. He was the 21st umpire to reach the mark and joined Joe West and Tim McClelland among active umpires in that group. Davis still has the ball from the first call he ever made in the majors. "I didn't know those numbers, but obviously it's a sign of longevity," Davis told The Associated Press. His first game was on June 9, 1982, at Montreal's Olympic Stadium, when he filled in for future Hall of Fame umpire Doug Harvey in a game that was televised back to his hometown of St. Louis.