Max Ramirez and Anthony Seratelli would come in for the tying- and go-ahead runs in the sixth inning as their teammate ran to keep the play alive between first and second base.
The Omaha Storm Chasers would defeat the Oklahoma City RedHawks, 3-2, at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Monday evening in a relatively uneventful contest.
Both teams' pitchers hit at least one batter and threw at least one wild pitch in the game.
In his second at bat, Oklahoma City's Jimmy Paredes sent the first pitch he saw over the fence for his fourth home run of the year. He would go 1-for-4 at the plate, however.
HUMBER'S WILD DAY
Phil Humber's decent outing was overshadowed by two wild pitches and two hit batters. The wild pitches would result in three runners reaching bases safely.
The right-handed pitcher would finish with six hits, three runs --- one earned --- and three strikeouts in seven innings pitched.
Chase Lambin grounded into a force out. First baseman Jonathan Singleton threw to short stop Jonathan Villar, but because Singleton overran Lambin on the play, there was no one at first to tag him out when he ran back.
Lambin would dive for the bag and would be safe on the play.
Oklahoma City will play a doubleheader Tuesday afternoon. The first game will begin at 4:30 p.m. and the second game will take place 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first game. All games will take place at the Brick.
Jarred Cosart (7-3, 3.09 ERA) will start of the RedHawks' rotation, while Danny Duffy (0-0, 11.70) will take the mound first for the Storm Chasers.
In the second game, Bobby Doran (NR, -.-) will pitch first for the RedHawks. Omaha has not indicated who its pitcher for the second outing will be.
BY RHIANNON WALKER, STAFF WRITER