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Gene Walter throws the fifth no-hitter in franchise history on July 13th, 1990 vs. Iowa.
The Royals win the American Association Championship Series on September 8th, 1990 at Nashville and go on to top Rochester in the Triple-A Classic on September 14th.
Union Pacific Railroad leads a group that purchases the Omaha Royals from Gus Cherry in October of 1991. Among the minority owners is the “Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.
Jim Converse and Allen McDill join forces to throw the first combined no-hitter in franchise history on April 17th, 1997.
The Omaha Royals join the Pacific Coast League in 1998, with Chris Hatcher earning league MVP honors while setting single-season franchise records for home runs (46) and RBI (106).
The Omaha franchise announces a new name, becoming the Omaha Golden Spikes prior to the 1999 season.
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