Michigan’s first hit came in the seventh inning of Wednesday’s game.
Michigan outscored Rutgers 39-7 in its three-game sweep of the Scarlet Knights.
Within about a five-minute span in the fifth inning, a toe-to-toe pitcher’s duel turned into another lopsided blowout for the No. 21 Michigan baseball team, which defeated Rutgers, 14-1, in Friday’s matchup.
The Wolverines’ offense has scored 40 runs in their past five games.
With a win Wednesday, Michigan swept its two-game series against Eastern Michigan.
Dominic Jamett is 12-for-27 in his last seven games in the starting lineup.
Michigan won the opener of its two game series against the Eagles.
No. 16 Michigan fell to fourth place in the conference standings after losing two out of three to Michigan State.
The No. 18 Michigan baseball team's relief pitching and speedy baserunners continue to make a positive impact.
Fifth-year senior outfielder Matt Ramsay didn’t know where he wanted to go to college, but he knew he would be leaving his hometown of Hudson, Ohio.