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Chasers get wild walk-off vs. Sounds
Chasers get wild walk-off vs. Sounds

It took a little extra time Sunday, but Omaha turned the final Nashville mound miscue into the game-winner. The Storm Chasers took advantage of 10 walks, two hit batters and scored three runs on wild pitches, including a walk-off errant pitch in the 10th to down the Sounds 7-6 in front of 3,474 at Werner Park.

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Sounds pitcher stumps Chasers
Sounds pitcher stumps Chasers

Former Milwaukee Brewer starting pitcher limits Omaha to five hits while striking out 12.

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Chasers hold off Round Rock
Chasers hold off Round Rock

Carlos Peguero made sure his first home run of the year was a memorable one. His towering shot in the sixth inning broke a 2-2 tie, and Buddy Baumann and Spencer Patton combined for four scoreless innings of relief as the Storm Chasers held on for a 3-2 win against Round Rock in front of 4,078 at Werner Park.

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Chasers put up 14 runs on 16 hits to rout Round Rock
Chasers put up 14 runs on 16 hits to rout Round Rock

The Omaha Storm Chasers got plenty of timely hitting, going 7 for 20 with runners in scoring position, and four pitchers combined to allow one run on five hits in a 14-1 rout of Round Rock in front of 3,093 at Werner Park on Thursday night.

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Lefties give Express edge over Chasers
Lefties give Express edge over Chasers

With winds of 27 mph blowing out to right field, and at times gusting to 45 mph, conditions were ripe for a team with lots of left-handed hitters. Unfortunately for Omaha manager Brian Poldberg, he had two lefties on the roster, and Round Rock had just enough as the Express dealt the Storm Chasers an 8-2 loss in front of 3,631 at Werner Park.

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Chasers do their damage with two outs in victory
Chasers do their damage with two outs in victory

Omaha scored all six of its runs with two outs as three pitchers combined for a four-hit shutout Tuesday night in a 6-0 victory against Round Rock.

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Chasers' Fields giving baseball second chance after time away
Chasers' Fields giving baseball second chance after time away

Matt Fields was done. He'd played six seasons in the Tampa Bay organization, hitting 83 homers while reaching Class AA, but the Rays released him. He had played another season of independent ball, but he was 25 and engaged to be married, and ready to go back to school to become a teacher while also possibly doing some kind of baseball instruction.

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Sounds starter quiets Chaser offense
Sounds starter quiets Chaser offense

Mike Fiers pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings and Pete Orr had three hits and drove in three runs to lead Nashville to a 5-3 victory Sunday against Omaha.

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Chasers’ top-notch bats are silenced by Sounds
Chasers’ top-notch bats are silenced by Sounds

Four Nashville pitchers kept the league’s top hitting team in check in a 5-2 win Saturday against Omaha.

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New Chaser pitcher stifles all Sounds
New Chaser pitcher stifles all Sounds

Sugar Ray Marimon pitched five shutout innings in his Class AAA debut and Omaha held on for a 5-4 victory Friday night against Nashville.

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Redbirds return favor in rout of Omaha
Redbirds return favor in rout of Omaha

In their last two games, the Omaha Storm Chasers have averaged 10.5 runs and 18.5 hits. Not bad, except that all but one of the runs and all but eight of the hits came in one game.

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