PAPILLION, Neb. — Four Omaha pitchers combined to shut out the Zephyrs at Werner Park.

Storm Chasers starter Francisley Bueno allowed one hit and struck out five in three innings in a rehab start for Kansas City. Brett Tomko earned the win, allowing one hit with six strikeouts in four innings. Buddy Baumann and Spencer Patten each worked a scoreless inning. The Zephyrs were limited to three hits.

Jimmy Paredes reached on a walk, stole second base and scored on a Brian Fletcher single in the first. The Chasers added runs in the fifth and sixth, and two in the seventh.

The Zephyrs and Chasers split the four game series. New Orleans leads the season series 6-2.

Game notes

The Zephyrs struck out 14 times to tie a season high. The Zephyrs had 14 on April 5 and May 1. ... New Orleans is 0-6 when committing two or more errors. The Zephyrs lead the PCL with the fewest errors.

Coming up

Zephyrs at Sky Sox

WHEN: 7:35 p.m. Thursday.

WHERE: Security Service Park, Colorado Springs.

STARTERS: Zephyrs, left-hander Brian Flynn (3-2, 3.69 ERA); Colorado Springs, left-hander Christian Friedrich (1-3, 6.61).

RADIO: WMTI-FM, 106.1.