Las Vegas snapped the Omaha Storm Chasers three game winning streak. The 51s slammed a pair of home runs as part of a four run fifth inning in a 4-1 victory. The Chasers were limited to five hits.
“We had five double plays and the defense did everything it could”, said Omaha manager Brian Poldberg. “We did not have a lot of offense tonight.”
Las Vegas starter Robert Gsellman took a perfect game into the fifth frame, earning his first Triple-A win after yielding two earned runs on four hits in seven total innings of work. He set down each of the first 12 batters he faced. Omaha hits the road for eight games and it begins tonight with the first of four in Nashville.