Three Omaha pitchers held the RedHawks to five hits while striking out 10 in a 6-2 win Sunday evening in Oklahoma City.
Anthony Seratelli, the second batter of the game, knocked his 12th home run for a 1-0 lead. Derrick Robinson singled in the third and moved to second when Seratelli walked. Wil Myers’ single loaded the bases for Tony Abreu, whose single to right scored Robinson and the Storm Chasers were up 2-0.
They extended the lead to 4-0 in the fifth. Myers doubled, Max Ramirez walked and David Lough tripled both men home. Brandon Barnes’s two-run homer in the seventh for the RedHawks cut the lead to 4-2.
Omaha padded its lead in the ninth. Cody Clark and Derrick Robinson singled and Seratelli sacrificed them both into scoring position. Hector Ambriz intentionally walked Myers to load the bases with one out. Abreu stuck out swinging, but Ramirez singled in Clark and Robinson for a 6-2 lead.
Doug Davis (3-1) pitched six shutout innings, surrendering four hits, striking out six and walking two. Louis Coleman (one inning, two runs) and Brandon Sisk (two innings) finished things up for the Chasers.
Paul Clemens (7-2) went seven, charged with four runs on eight hits. He walked three and did not strike out a batter.