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Michigan Baseball

First Pitch: Baseball Preview 2015

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BY MICHIGAN DAILY BASEBALL BEAT

The Michigan baseball team opens its Big Ten season Friday with a three-game weekend series against No. 11 Maryland.

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Breaking down Michigan's 2015 roster

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BY DANNY VARGOVICK

After finishing near the middle of the pack in each of Michigan coach Erik Bakich’s first two seasons at the helm in Ann Arbor, expectations are higher this year for one simple reason: the roster is better.

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Ben Fidelman: Mirroring the decade of dominance

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

Bakich has a ways to go with the current team in both on- and off-field areas, but make no mistake about it: When firing on all cylinders, it has no ceiling.

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Big Ten Breakdown: Wins are there for the taking

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BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

Fortunately for the Wolverines, the Big Ten does not boast unusually formidable talent. If this season is to truly represent a turning point, Michigan will have to hold its own inside the conference.

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Jacob Cronenworth: Two skills, one player

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BY NATHANIEL CLARK

Cronenworth is approaching the challenge just as he has every other in his life: with the confidence and toughness he gained from hockey.


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Sabermetrically optimizing Michigan's batting order

BY DANNY VARGOVICK

Over a large sample, one lineup emerged as optimal, according to a computer program simulating the outcomes from different options.

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Seniors make crucial contributions in Michigan win


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BY NATHANIEL CLARK

The Wolverines started five seniors in Tuesday’s 8-3 victory against Bowling Green, and they made a big difference in the game.

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Wolverines show welcome signs of life in 8-3 victory

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

The Michigan baseball team came out firing on all cylinders in its home opener on Tuesday night, cruising to an easy 8-3 victory over Bowling Green.

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Michigan looks to rebound in home opener against Bowling Green

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

The team will not only be happy to see its home turf in game action for the first time this season, but also to play sub-.500 competition after being swept at Nebraska last weekend.

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Michigan swept by Nebraska

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BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

n the series, the Wolverines were outscored 25-7 and compiled a dreary .260 team batting average. The pitching staff allowed the Cornhuskers (3-0, 17-6) to score at least one run in each first inning of the series, and Michigan was always playing from behind, and, ultimately, was soundly swept.

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