Omaha fell to Nashville 7-3 in 11 innings. Couple that with a Memphis win, and Omaha’s division lead shrinks to four. The Storm Chasers magic number stuck at 10.
Nashville starting pitcher, Wily Peralta, carried a no-no into the 7th inning. The Storm Chasers trailed 3-1 entering the bottom of the ninth. Omaha came within one run after manager Mike Jirschele got ejected after arguing a bang-bang play at first. Yamaico Navarro hit a bases loaded single to right scoring the tying run, but a play at the plate brought on the third out forcing extra innings.
Eric Farris hit a two run single to give Nashville a 5-3 lead with 0 outs.