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Michigan Baseball

Polished freshman class making position battles interesting

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

The surprising part is both Bakich and Jamett point at newcomers as major reasons for the optimism.

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Seven years later, Michigan's 'Music City Miracle' lives

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Though David Price has enjoyed an illustrious baseball career, one single game continues to linger in the back of his mind.

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Summer baseball rundown: Glines, Maezes off to hot start on Cape

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BY JAKE LOURIM

The Daily does a quick rundown of the Wolverines in action this summer.

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Teammates since 14, Bourque and Szkutnik realize dreams in MLB Draft

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BY ZACH SHAW

Bourque and Szkutnik became teammates at age 14, as a part of an Ann Arbor Travelers team that produced 20 Division I baseball players and five members of the 2014 Michigan baseball team, and have been friends since.

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Upperclassmen look toward MLB Draft

BY BEN FIDELMAN

Michigan’s top prospects to leave early are junior left-hander Trent Szkutnik and junior right-hander James Bourque.

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Grading the Michigan baseball team in 2014

Tracy Ko/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

For now, being the fourth-best team in the Big Ten can only be seen as a minor disappointment.

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Baseball: A look back at the 2014 season

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Despite the many disparities from the pitching rotation to the batter’s box, Michigan showed glimpses of the contender it could’ve been in the Big Ten.

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On baseball: Michigan on the way back

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BY ZACH SHAW

Now, with up to 27 of 32 players returning next season and another top recruiting class coming in, Bakich has the pieces necessary for his vision of success to become reality.

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Baseball falls to Nebraska, eliminated from Big Ten Tournament

Tracy Ko/Daily

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Michigan fell too far behind in the sixth inning, when the Cornhuskers batted around and scored five runs, including three walks with the bases loaded.

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Maezes' bat keeps baseball team on track

BY ZACH SHAW

The wheels had fallen off for Michigan hitters.

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