The No. 18 Michigan baseball team scored 23 runs over three games.
An eighth-inning homer by junior catcher Harrison Wenson was the difference maker in Michigan’s win over Toledo.
The Wolverines’ victory came on the back of masterful pitching, particularly the performance from senior left-hander Evan Hill.
The Wolverines delivered the decisive blow early against Eastern Michigan, scoring four runs each in both the first and third innings.
The loss for Michigan marked its third in a row, its worst losing streak since a four-game skid in March last season.
Wednesday was the sixth time this season the Wolverines shut out an opponent.
The nine runs Michigan surrendered tied for the most it has given up in a single game this season.
Michigan defeated the Chippewas in the two games the teams played against each other last year, 5-3 and 6-5, respectively.
The 23rd-ranked Wolverines used a six-run eighth inning to propel themselves to a 10-2 victory over Illinois-Chicago.
While the Michigan baseball team lost some firepower from last year’s offense that won the Big Ten Tournament, there is still considerable talent on the roster.