Fans of some teams have terrible towels. Others have rally monkeys.
At Omaha Storm Chasers games the past six weeks, fans have been inspired to "Stir Up The Storm" by a guy swirling a plastic juice bottle that he's converted into a makeshift megaphone.
Season-ticket holder Jan Huff, a 57-year-old Papillion resident, has become a bit of a Werner Park sensation since the team began featuring him in a short video that it plays on the stadium scoreboard to conjure up late-inning rallies.
"Our staff is always looking for that next promotional thing in the park," said Martie Cordaro, the Chasers' president and general manager. "And it's not necessarily to focus on Jan. It's more about getting fans into the game."
Huff is a former defense industry worker who has served on the Papillion Board of Adjustment and run for city council. He attended games occasionally with his family when the Kansas City Royals' Class AAA team played its home games at Rosenblatt Stadium.