Four pitchers combined on a five-hit shutout and while the Storm Chasers also had five hits, they took advantage of seven walks and an error to beat up on Oklahoma City 7-0 Sunday afternoon at Werner Park.
Omaha took a 1-0 lead in the first as Christian Colon singled, took third on Johnny Giavotella's double and scored on Chad Tracy's ground out.
The lead stood until the sixth inning when the Storm Chasers exploded for six runs. Jarred Cosart (5-3) walked Jarrod Dyson, Colon and Giavotella to open the frame. Josh Zeid was brought in from the bullpen and gave up a sacrifice fly to center by Tracy to score Dyson. A throwing error by first baseman Brett Wallace also allowed Colon to score and Giavotella to take third. Anthony Seratelli singled to score Giavotella to make it 4-0. Chase Lambin singled and after Irving Falu struck out, Adam Moore knocked a three-run homer.
Louis Coleman (3-1) got credit for the win in relief.