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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Michigan Baseball

For seventh straight time, baseball can’t keep pace with Eastern

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

“There was just a lot of non-execution today — we didn’t play well at all,” said Michigan coach Erik Bakich. “We walked five leadoff hitters, three of them scored, we had a lot of missed bunts, and across the board, we didn’t play to win.”

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Drop the base: Michigan's top five walk-up songs

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ZACH SHAW

All of the baseball walk-up songs are unique and worth a listen, but we’ve broken down the top five to enjoy.

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On baseball: A below-.500 record says more than you think

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY BEN FIDELMAN

The Michigan baseball team won its most recent series against Illinois and is proving to be better than its record.

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After cancellation, baseball set to host cross-town rival

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Michigan was initially slated to host the Eagles on Tuesday and travel to Ypsilanti on Wednesday, but freezing weather forced the cancellation of the first contest. Instead, the Wolverines will welcome Eastern Michigan on Wednesday as the only midweek game.

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Bottom of the order provides spark for Michigan baseball

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY BEN FIDELMAN

Michigan baseball coach Erik Bakich likes players that are on a hot streak. It’s been a consistent theme to this 2014 campaign: No matter if it’s a hitter or pitcher, if a player’s numbers are trending up, Bakich doesn’t bat an eye at throwing him in the lineup.

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Baseball uses timely hitting to beat Illinois, wins weekend series

Luna Anna-Archey/Daily

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Martin’s timely hitting, both Saturday and Sunday, spelled doom for the Fighting Illini. Before the weekend, Martin was hitting .205, but he upped his average to .252 after tallying six hits.

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Baseball

Michigan tops Illinois in windy Champaign

BY BEN FIDELMAN

The Illinois starter, right-hander Ryan Castenllanos, was knocked out of the game after recording only two outs and allowing five earned runs.

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Baseball

Baseball loses first game to Illinois in pitchers' duel

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Sophomore left-hander Evan Hill surrendered only one run but was tagged with the loss.

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For Michigan, it’s plain and simple in Champaign

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

With little time to reflect, Michigan needs to push the loss against Notre Dame from its mind when it travels to Champaign this weekend if the Wolverines want to make the Big Ten Tournament.

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Wolverines throttled by Notre Dame

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY BEN FIDELMAN

The cause of the Irish beatdown wasn’t exactly an extreme offensive outpouring — the Wolverines committed a season-high six errors, and constantly failed to field simple things like sacrifice bunts.

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