Omaha exploited the Oklahoma City bullpen Monday to sweep a doubleheader at Werner Park.

The Storm Chasers scored six times in two innings against Joe Broussard to take the opener 7-3, then rallied with two runs in the sixth off reliever Josh Sborz for a 6-5 comeback win in the nightcap.

Omaha trailed 5-1 heading into the bottom of the fourth in the second game.

Catcher Xavier Fernandez, recently promoted from Double-A Northwest Arkansas, sliced the deficit to one with a three-run homer.

Fernandez then followed a tying RBI single from Samir Duenez with a single that plated the decisive run. The 23-year-old backstop has had a pair of two-hit games in his three starts.

The late rally made a winner out of reliever Andres Machado (1-0). Richard Lovelady picked up the save.

Brett Phillips homered twice in as many innings off Broussard as the Chasers pulled away in the opening game. His two-run blast in a three-run fifth helped Omaha break open a one-run game. The outfielder then answered Oklahoma City’s two-run sixth with a three-run shot in the bottom half to make it 7-2.

Chaser starter Jonathan Dziedzic (1-2) pitched into the sixth in his first win of the season.