Jake Eisenberg joined the Storm Chasers ahead of the canceled 2020 season and enters his second season as the team's play-by-play broadcaster for all home and road games. The 2022 season marks Jake’s fifth season on the air in Minor League Baseball.
Prior to coming to Omaha, Jake spent the 2019 season as a broadcaster and media relations assistant for the Richmond Flying Squirrels (Double-A, San Francisco), where he called home games and select road games, hosted the broadcast’s pre- and post-game shows, co-hosted a bi-weekly television show—Flying Squirrels Insider—on VPM, and was part of the radio broadcast team for the 2019 Eastern League All-Star Game. His other prior stops in Minor League Baseball include the Winston-Salem Dash (High-A, Chicago-AL) during the 2018 season, and the Brooklyn Cyclones (SS-A, New York-NL) in 2017.
In addition to his work on the air in Minor League Baseball, Jake works as a freelance play-by-play broadcaster for the Big East Digital Network and Creighton athletics while also calling various collegiate events on ESPN+ and ACC Network Extra. He has also previously worked as a college football and basketball studio host at Learfield IMG College in Winston-Salem, N.C.
A Port Washington, N.Y., native, Jake began his broadcasting career at the University of Maryland, where he called a variety of Maryland athletics for Big Ten Network+ and WMUC Sports until he graduated in May of 2017. In 2015, he helped create the Maryland Baseball Network, a multi-platform home for Maryland Baseball that includes radio broadcasts of each game. His broadcast experience also includes a season as a broadcaster for the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League in 2016. Jake currently lives in Omaha with his fiancée, Jen.