The Storm Chasers took control early in a 4-1 win over Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon at Werner Park.
Matt Fields opened the second inning with a single and took second on a single by Paulo Orlando. Brian Bocock bunted the runners over and Jesus Flores' doubled them home.
Omaha went up 4-0 in the third. Johnny Giavotella walked and went to second on a Carlos Peguero single. Fields then doubled them both in.
Andy Simunic homered in the seventh for the RedHawks only tally.
Sugar Ray Marimon (3-1) went seven innings for the win, giving up the one run on seven hits and striking out four with no walks. Rudy Owens (2-1) took the loss for OKC, pitching six innings, charged with four runs on seven hits, striking out three and walking two.
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