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Werner Park awaits baseball fanatics to flood the stadium for the big game between Iowa and Omaha Storm. Iowa vs. Omaha Storm Chasers tickets have brought a chance for you to catch up with your sports buddies over nine innings of the baseball game. Book your seats now and root for your favorite team while enjoying the neck to neck competition between the two. Both the teams belong to the American Conference and play from the North Division.
Associated with Chicago Cubs, Iowa Cubs (often shortened to 'I-Cubs') plays from the Pacific Coast League. This Triple-A, minor league baseball team holds their home games at the Principal Park in Des Moines. Iowa Oaks began play in 1969 when Triple-A baseball came to the capital city of Iowa. The affiliation of the Oaks varied over the years, comprising of Oakland Athletics from 1969 to 1973, the Chicago White Sox from 1973 to 1974 and from 1976 to 1980, and the Houston Astros in 1975. The team adopted the name 'Cubs' from the parent team Chicago Cubs and were named as “Iowa Cubs” in 1981. Owned by Raccoon Baseball, Inc. since 2008, the Cubs have set a record of five hundred and seventy six thousand franchise attendance.
Based in Nebraska, Omaha Storm Chasers are affiliated with the Kansas City Royals Major League Club. The Triple A, minor league baseball team is a member of the Pacific Coast League since 1998. Owned by the Alliance Baseball LLC., the Chasers play their home games at the Werner Park. The team was established with the name Omaha Royals which was changed to Omaha Golden Spikes in 1999 season. Noticing the name couldn't gain popularity among the fans, it was changed again to Omaha Royals in 2002. The Royals initiated the process to change the name in 2010, this time they had the fans submitting recommendations for the names. After scrutinizing the submissions, the name “Storm Chasers” came into being.
Lead by manager Marty Pevey, the Iowa Cubs have marked numerous fields with blue, red and white colors. Notable I-Cubs alumni include remarkable players such as Rafael Palmeiro, Corey Patterson, Doug Glanville, Kyle Farnsworth, Steve Trachsel, Bruce Kimm, Héctor Villanueva, Sam Fuld, Rod Beck, Greg Maddux, Mark Grace, Joe Carter, Kerry Wood, Carlos Zambrano, Tuffy Rhodes, Mark Prior, Shawon Dunston and John Grabow.
On the other hand, royal blue and Vegas gold marks the presence of Omaha Storm Chasers. The Chasers are lead by manager Mike Jirschele and include talented players such as Steve Busby, Amos Otis, Cookie Rojas, Dennis Leonard, Larry Gura, Ewing Kauffman, Frank White, John Mayberry, Jeff Montgomery, Denny Matthews, George Toma, Kevin Appier, Art Stewart, Mark Gubicza, Willie Wilson, Whitey Herzog, Dan Quisenberry and George Brett. Witness these incredible players showcasing their techniques at the Werner Parkon. Take out your baseball caps and get Iowa vs. Omaha Storm Chasers tickets. The exuberantly charged teams would present the spectators with a striking game of baseball.