- The Omaha Storm Chasers will kick off an eight-game homestand next Tuesday with “Peanut-Free Night” in association with the Asthma and Allergy Center, allowing fans affected by various allergies to visit Werner Park worry free for a third straight year.
- Matt Fields had four hits and was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle as Omaha closed the first half of the season with a decisive 7-1 victory over Colorado Springs Sunday afternoon in the last of an abbreviated three-game set.
- On July 17, Werner Park hosts a historic night for the Omaha Storm Chasers franchise as the team will honor all-time great manager Mike Jirschele by officially retiring his jersey and immortalizing him with his very own bobblehead presented by Principal Financial Group.
- The Omaha Storm Chasers (48-45) could not claim first place the American Northern Division as the Iowa Cubs (49-43) outlasted them in a 2-1 loss in 14 innings. It was the second longest game in Werner Park history, as the Storm Chasers played a 16-inning game in 2012.
- Matt Fields hit two sky-scraping homers and collected five RBI as the Omaha Storm Chasers (46-44) took the series finale from the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (40-50) by a score of 7-2. The win snaps Omaha’s four-game home losing streak, which was a season high.