February 8, 2016

Storm Chasers use homers to get past OKC

Anthony Seratelli hit two home runs and Clint Robinson added another as Omaha won at Oklahoma City, 7-4, Monday night in the third of a four-game set matching the two American Conference division front-runners. The Storm Chasers won their second straight in the series to improve to 48-30 and beat the RedHawks for a sixth time in seven tries.

For a second straight night, Seratelli started the scoring with a home run, doing so with a two-run clout off former Omaha right-hander Brian Bass to give the Storm Chasers a 2-0 lead in the second inning. Clint Robinson doubled with one out in the third, advanced to third base on a ground out and scored on a single by David Lough, who has knocked in 12 runs against the RedHawks this season, to increase the margin to three.

Seratelli struck again in the fourth with an opposite field shot to left, his team-high 14th of the season, to increase the lead to 4-0. The versatile switch-hitter has five hits against OKC this season, all of which have been homers.

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