Omaha Storm Chasers vs. Nashville Sounds

April 15-18 Omaha Storm Chasers vs. Nashville Sounds Werner Park 12356 Ballpark Way, Papillion 7:05 p.m., $6-$16.50 402.734.2550, web.minorleaguebaseball.com This weekend marks the start of the inaugural season at Werner Park for the newly renamed Omaha Storm Chasers. The leadoff match-up for the four-game series versus the visiting Nashville Sounds will be played in front of a packed house, the first sellout for the park in Papillion looking to establish an identity. Tickets can still be had for the McDonald's Berm and standing room areas for $6 per ticket. To celebrate the opening of the new park the nighttime sky will be lit up with a fireworks display presented by American Family Insurance. If you can't get a ticket for opening night the rest of the weekend's showdowns will still feature plenty of promotions, Saturday the team will host a jersey auction for the first 2,500 fans in accordance with autism awareness theme with more fireworks, and Sunday will mark the debut of the Storm Chasers’ top pitching prospect, left-handed hurler Mike Montgomery. Play Ball!

posted at 01:57 pm
on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

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