Chasing the Storm: Omaha Week in Review May 28th – June 5th

At the beginning of the week, the Storm Chasers finished up a six-game set against the Oklahoma City Dodgers at Werner Park. Omaha got the best of the Dodgers winning four of the games. The Storm Chasers then went to San Antonio for a four-game series with the Missions were they split the set. Finally, on June 4th, Omaha welcomed Albuquerque to open up a three-game stint. Here are the results from last week’s slate of games.

Last Week By The Numbers

Results

May 28 vs. Okla. City, W 5-3 (WP: Zach Lovvorn; LP: Dennis Santana; SV: Kyle Zimmer)

May 29 vs. Okla. City, L 3-12 (WP: Justin De Fratus; LP: Foster Griffin)

May 30 @ San Antonio, W 3-2 (WP: Scott Blewett; LP: Zack Brown; SV: Richard Lovelady)

May 31 @ San Antonio, L 0-3 (WP: Aaron Wilkerson; LP: Josh Staumont; SV: Angel Perdomo)

June 1 @ San Antonio, W 7-2 (WP: Arnaldo Hernandez; LP: Burch Smith)

June 2 @ San Antonio, L 3-8 (WP: Thomas Jankins; LP: Zach Lovvorn)

June 4 vs. Albuquerque, W 14-3 (WP: Foster Griffin; LP: Pat Dean)

Record

Overall: 28-31

This Week: 4-3

Stats & Standings

The Storm Chasers scored 35 runs this week and worked a run differential of +2 in the seven games played.

Here’s how the Pacific Coast League American Northern Division is shaking out.

CLUB (W-L)                                          GB
Iowa Cubs (34-25)                                – –
Omaha Storm Chasers (28-31)          6.0
Memphis Redbirds (23-35)                10.5
Nashville Sounds (22-35)                   11.0

Top Performers

Nick Dini – C: While Dini only played in three of the seven games this week, he collected seven hits and five RBIs while collecting a .311 batting average during that time. Dini is coming off the 7-day injured list and has now been splitting time with recent call-up Xavier Fernández. Look for Dini to get more time on the field in the coming week.

Josh Staumont – P: In a season where the big league club has had relief pitcher struggles, Staumont has started to become a steady reliever. The 6-foot-3 righty has appeared in three of the seven games this week. In his three appearances, Staumont pitched five innings and only gave up one run while striking out five. Look for Staumont to get more appearances next week.

Next Up

June 6 vs. Albuquerque, 7:05 PM

June 7 vs. El Paso, 7:05 PM

June 8 vs. El Paso, 7:05 PM

June 9 vs. El Paso, 2:05 PM

June 10 vs. El Paso, 12:05 PM

 

 Photo Credits: John Sleezer

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