Category Archive: Omaha Chasers

Aug 04

Get a load of these jerseys: the Organ Donation Special

Are you an organ donor? Not enough people are, so to raise awareness, the Storm Chasers are wearing THESE. You can see all my pictures from tonight over on Flickr. Or just check out a few more below!   ¬†UPDATE: Are you here from CBS? Welcome! Feel free to look around. Here is some of …

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Aug 04

A quick note about Donnie Joseph’s rough-ish outing

New Royal Donnie Joseph made his first appearance as a member of the Royals organization last night. His line does not look amazing, but I want to note that it wasn’t as bad an appearance as it looked in the box score. He pitched the 9th: 1.0 3 2 2 2 0 0 18.00 None …

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Jul 17

Dwyer makes AAA debut in weird, hideous game

Where to even begin? Let’s just dive into some bullets. This was Chris Dwyer’s triple-A debut. I’m guessing that as much as he and everyone in this stadium might want to, he won’t forget this night. The first inning was fairly decent despite starting with a walk. Dwyer erased that runner on a double play, …

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Jun 08

The greatest picture in the history of whatever

Irving Falu and Kevin Kouzmanoff, presented without further comment:    

Jun 02

A few notes from Friday night’s 5-4 Chasers win

Iowa’s pitching coach Mike Mason was ejected in the 3rd for arguing a balk call. Here is Anthony Seratelli diving back into first on what turned out to be a balk that moved him to 2nd.   The funny thing is, it ended up not mattering whether Seratelli got to take second on the contested …

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May 24

A tale of David Lough and triumph and woe

Like I said, I was experimenting, so it's dark. I know.

David Lough now owns the club record for career triples, with one in the 8th inning of Omaha’s 5-2 win over Salt Lake. Big congratulations to him! I was only about 30 feet from 3rd base when he slid in safely and captured the record. I was in the middle of an experiment with shutter …

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May 22

Storm Chasers lose to Bees, but here’s a picture of Ryan Eigsti in a ketchup hat

He borrowed it from the promotions staff

Wil Myers went 0-3 with a walk and a strikeout. He led off the 8th with a fly ball to deep center that looked like it could have been his first AAA home run, but fell a bit short. There really wasn’t much offense of which to speak. Tony Abreu tripled in the 8th, but …

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May 20

Doubleheader Game One: Chasers win 8-5

Outfielders Derrick Robinson (front), Jason Bourgeois (right), and Wil Myers (back) have ups. Bourgeois broke up a no-hitter in the 4th and started an explosion of offense. Omaha won 8-5.

  WIL MYERS UPDATE: Myers went0-2 with a strikeout and a walk. He also scored a run. His batting average in Omaha is .455, and obviously will remain that high forever and ever, amen. A three-game sample is big enough, right?   Omaha is now 27-16 and has an 8-game lead in the division. Game …

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May 18

Your first (?) look at Wil Myers in Omaha

Wil Myers started tonight in CF, batting third. He told me I can take as many pictures as I want, as long as they’re good. Well, uhh….sorry about this first one, Wil. Myers went on to single in his first plate appearance. Here’s a few shots of that at bat. Bloggers, you know the deal …

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May 15

Link of the Day: Storm Chasers player cards, by me!

For some reason, I didn’t shout this off the rooftops, even though it has been extremely exciting for me: The Storm Chasers hired me to take the photos for their 2012 player cards. So, for the first homestand-plus, I ran all over the ballpark, taking pictures of each player. It was actually the project I …

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