For nearly two decades, Omaha Storm Chasers (and Omaha Royals and Omaha Golden Spikes) fans have heard Mark Nasser's voice on the radio calling the action. Since arriving in Omaha in 2001, he's been behind the mic for the franchise at two different ballparks—Rosenblatt Stadium and Werner Park—and witnessed countless memorable moments, including for four division titles, three PCL championships, two Triple-A crowns, and an All-Star Game.Mark explains why he decided to step away from the radio booth ahead of the 2020 season (3:10) before sharing myriad stories and memories from the last 19 years with hosts Jake Eisenberg and Tony Boone.His stories include:Why the most rewatchable game from 2019 was the first Omaha Runzas night (8:10)The improbable championship run by the 2013 team (13:27)Why the 2012 team was the best team he's seen, even though they didn't win a title (16:18)Witnessing José Martínez's ascent from an unknown player to setting the modern-day PCL record for batting average (18:44)Marveling at Whit Merrifield's perseverance through four seasons in Omaha (20:44)Making his Major League radio debut in 2001 (26:36)His favorite stops in the PCL and travel tips (36:15)What it was like to celebrate the franchise's 50th anniversary in 2018 and put together the 50th anniversary team (42:53)Having a day at the ballpark in his honor (44:45)Transitioning from Rosenblatt Stadium to Werner Park (48:21)Watching Alex Gordon learn how to play left field and what Rusty Kuntz said Gordon looked like in his early outfield days (50:37)Working with Mike Jirschele and Brian Poldberg, dating back to his days as the broadcaster for the Wilmington Blue Rocks (52:56)Following their conversation with Mark, Jake and Tony share the answer to last episode's trivia question and serve up another one. Who was the last manager before Mike Jirshele and Brian Poldberg?Be sure to stay up to date with the Storm Chasers on social media by following the team on Twitter (@OMAStormChasers), Instagram (@omahastormchasers) and Facebook (Omaha Storm Chasers).
April 30, 2020. Hour 2: LLWS Series cancelled for first time, Andy Dalton released & Mark Nasser
The Nick Handley Show
On the second hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick announces the news that the Little League World Series has been cancelled. Next, the Cincinnati Bengals released former starting quarterback Andy Dalton. Then we talked Major league and minor league baseball with the Omaha Storm Chasers Mark Nasser. We end the hour with Mel Kiper's Top 5 Draft Picks for the 2021 draft.
October 29, 2019. Hour 3: NFL week 8, Mark Nasser & Rehab Report
The Nick Handley Show
On the third hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick recaps week 8 in the NFL and talks about the NFL trade deadlines. Then Mark Nasser joins the show to talk the Fall Classic, the World Series with Nick. Then we get to your rehab report with Travis Manners of Athletes Training center.
Welcome to episode number two of the Real Estate Leading Edge. What does it take to sell over 100 homes a year? Listen to this episode of the Real Estate Leading Edge podcast and discover exactly how Mark does it. Mark says to achieve any goal in life, all you have to do is find someone who has already done it and copy their formula to success. Mark shares too many golden nuggets that anyone can apply right away to take their business to the next level. This is a must listen to episode. Listen and Learn: How Mark overcame adversity Just how important communication is How to make your time work for you Plus so much more. Episode Resources: Chadi Bazzi on Instagram Remax Leading Edge on Instagram
April 26, 2018. Hour 2: Scott Frost Audio, Mark Nasser & The Weekly Wave
The Nick Handley Show
On the second hour of Omaha Sports Insider with Joe Quinn and Nick Handley, the guys listen and react to comments made by Husker HC Scott Frost on the Husker Sports Network last night. Next, they chat with play by play of the Omaha Storm Chasers Mark Nasser about having some big leaguers down there this past weekend. Then the Weekly Wave with producer TJ Henning.
On the second hour of Omaha Sports Insider with Joe Quinn and Nick Handley, the guys talk with Tom Shatel on the Noah Vedral situation and the departure of Patrick O'Brien. Next the guys talk about the precedent it would send if Noah Vedral does become eligible. Then they talk with Mark Nasser of Omaha Storm Chasers on how the season has started.