Omaha lost to Reno, 8-2 and watched the Aces celebrate the Pacific Coast League title at Werner Park.
In the Game 4 loss, just like all the other losses in the series, the Storm Chasers didn’t get enough pitching and definitely not enough offense. They collected seven hits on Saturday night, but could only muster two runs. They didn’t score until the 7th inning and were down 5-0. Both runs scored on Adam Moore‘s two-run single. They could have scored more, as they had the bases loaded in that inning, but Anthony Seratelli grounded into an inning ending double play.
Player of the Year Wil Myers hit just .229 in the playoffs and his season culminated with an 0-for-4 showing (he struck out three times).
*Reno now moves on to face Pawtucket, who won the International League title, on Tuesday night for the Triple-A Championship.