"Eastern League Calls of the Week" is a weekly production which highlights the best radio calls from around the Eastern League. Written, recorded, and produced by Tim Heiman, "Calls of the Week" is aired on a majority of the radio stations around the Eastern League.

 

Episode 15 - August 31  

Episode 14 - August 24  

Episode 13 - August 17  

Episode 12 - August 10  

Episode 11 - August 3  

Episode 10 - July 27  

Episode 9 - July 20  

Episode 8 - July 13  

Episode 7 - July 6  

Episode 6 - June 29  

Episode 5 - June 22  

Episode 4 - June 15  

Episode 3 - June 8  

Episode 2 - June 1  

Episode 1 - May 25  

Taylor’s road to Double-A has been far from smooth. After getting kicked off his Junior College team and having a scholarship to Arizona State fall through due to academic issues, Taylor stumbled into pro ball as a 36th-round pick of the Dodgers. Taylor had no backup plan after the Dodgers released him following a position change and Tommy John surgery. His wake-up call did not arrive until he fell into Independent Baseball. Newly married, with a fresh outlook on his career, Taylor is ready to change his path in his second chance at affiliated ball.

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After six years of climbing the ladder in the Mets Minor League system, Xorge Carrillo is now the primary catcher at Triple-A, a level where one promotion can turn a player’s salary from $2,000 a month into more than $3,000 a day. Buoyed by money earned playing in Mexico in the winter, Carrillo enters the final year of his entry-level contract looking to prove his worth while balancing commitments to his wife and son and the hopes and dreams of his family as they follow his every move.

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In the summer of 2007, doctors feared Beck Wheeler would never walk again. Ten years later, the righty from SoCal is gearing up for his seventh professional season and knocking on the door of the Big Leagues. Follow along as Wheeler describes the road to recovery from a near-fatal boating accident, paints a picture of his journey through college ball, and gives special insight into the rigors of Spring Training, where the food is provided, but the paychecks aren't.

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