Baseball

An All-American hurler for the Wolverines, Fetter was most recently the minor league pitching coordinator for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Junior left-hander Oliver Jaskie has signed a professional contract with the Seattle Mariners after they selected him in the sixth round of last week's MLB Draft.

The Daily looks at Michigan’s 2017 draftees and breaks down which players have signed professional contracts, which players have not and what these decisions, along with the departure of the Wolverines’ seniors, mean for next season.

D1Baseball.com's Kendall Rogers first reported Wednesday evening via Twitter that Bakich had turned down the Cardinal's offer, and was committed to remaining the head coach at Michigan. In a later tweet, Rogers reported that Bakich was not a candidate for the Gamecocks' vacancy either.

Michigan baseball coach Erik Bakich had 11 players selected in the MLB draft this week.

The Michigan baseball team had 11 players selected in the 2017 MLB Draft, which ran this week from Monday to Wednesday. The 11 selections mark the highest the Wolverines have seen in program history.

Erik Bakich coached the Wolverines to a 42-17 record, their winningest season since 2008.

The Daily looks back on Michigan’s winningest season since 2008, and offers season superlatives as well as a look ahead to 2018.

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North Carolina defeated the Wolverines behind three runs in both the fifth and sixth innings, ending Michigan's season in Chapel Hill.

Senior centerfielder Johnny Slater in a game against Ohio State on May 6.

The 10-6 loss puts the Wolverines in a huge hole, as they now need to win four games in three days to advance to the Super Regionals.

The Michigan baseball team qualified for its second NCAA Tournament bid under coach Erik Bakich.

The Wolverines will compete with North Carolina, Florida Gulf Coast and Davidson for the right to advance to the Super Regional round next week.

The Michigan baseball team had its most successful regular season since 2008, and earned an NCAA Tournament bid.

After the Wolverines went 42-15 during the regular season — their most successful regular season since 2008 — they were selected for the NCAA Tournament, receiving a No. 3 seed in the Chapel Hill regional, hosted by No. 2 national seed North Carolina.

The Michigan baseball team suffered two late-inning losses to Northwestern and Indiana, ending dreams of a Big Ten Tournament championship.

Superior teams are sometimes defeated. That’s the nature of sports, and especially postseason play. But Michigan was eliminated in a fashion few could have predicted.

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