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Clint Frazier talks about his time in Triple-A

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The Yankees outfielder discusses his mindset and what he’s looking to accomplish over the final few months of the season.

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In this week’s episode of A Call Away with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre radio broadcaster Adam Giardino, we catch up with one of the players that Yankees fans are looking to hear from: Clint Frazier.

The outfielder opens up on his 2018 season and all of the lingering effects of the concussions and symptoms that cut his campaign short. Plus, he dives into where he is right now in terms of looking to improve different parts of his game so that he’s even more ready to contribute in the big leagues when the next opportunity arises.

The first interview during this episode is with a returning guest, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre hitting coach Phil Plantier. He breaks down what guys are doing heading into the All-Star break, and how it is that he’s able to keep things moving in the right direction over the final seven weeks of the regular season.

Stick around until the end of the episode when former Heisman Trophy winner—and current Syracuse Mets outfielder—Tim Tebow joins the podcast to discuss his season at length and what it’s been like making the jump to Triple-A this year.

The podcast finishes with reports from broadcasters Matt Dean of the Charleston RiverDogs (Single-A), Nick Flammia of the Tampa Tarpons (High-A), Jon Mozes of the Trenton Thunder (Double-A) and a report with Giardino’s broadcast partner, Adam Marco (Triple-A).

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