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The Omaha Storm Chasers tear up the Pacific Coast league of the American Conference. See minor league baseball at its best when you check out the Kansas City Royals' affiliate! Purchase Omaha Storm Chasers basball tickets now.
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Omaha Storm Chasers Baseball Tickets

The Omaha Storm Chasers are a minor league baseball team based in Nebraska just southwest of Omaha. The Storm Chasers are the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. For nearly thirty years, the Storm Chasers played in the American Association, but now they are part of the Pacific Coast League in the American Conference. The Storm Chasers’s home field is Werner Park, which can accommodate over 9,000 people for Storm Chasers games. Omaha Storm Chasers tickets are your key to an enjoyable night at the ballpark.

The Storm Chasers were previously called the Omaha Royals and the Omaha Golden Spikes, but changed their name in 2010 with the assistance of fan input. The Storm Chasers, under the previous Royals moniker, played in the infamous Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, the home of the College World Series, until 2011. The College World Series sent the team on an extended road trip during the season each year, which eventually led to the construction of Werner Park. Now, with the new name and improved venue, the Storm Chasers have gone on to be a consistent contender in the American Conference.