Senior catcher Harrison Wenson went .333 at the plate during Michigan’s opening weekend.

Coming off a split debut against Seton Hall last weekend, the Michigan baseball team (2-2) will continue its preseason with eight straight matchups in California.

Coach Erik Bakich and the Wolverines are already benefitting from the transfer of Miles Lewis.

After transferring from the University of North Dakota, Miles Lewis has wasted no time in making his mark for the Wolverines.

Junior left-hander Oliver Jaskie and the Wolverines experienced an up-and-down opening weekend.

The Michigan baseball team kicked off its preseason tournament against Seton Hall this weekend in a four-game bout, with the frenetic weekend ending in a 2-2 split. The series was highlighted by two games in which a single run decided the outcome.

Junior infielder Jake Bivens will provide a steady presence at the plate and in the field for the Wolverines.

Despite the bitter end to last season, excitement and optimism remains high, and a quality opponent will provide an experienced Wolverine squad with their first big test.

Former Wolverine Brett Adcock finished his college tenure with a 24-13 record – making him the sixth most winningest pitcher in Wolverine history.

There is a learning curve for any player going from the collegiate level to professional baseball. Adcock recognizes this difficulty, but credits the Michigan coaching staff for preparing him for the next level.

Oliver Jackie posted a 3.19 earned-run average during the 2016 season.

Just two of the Michigan baseball team’s four starting pitchers from last year will be returning to the mound next week when the season begins. Junior left-hander Oliver Jaskie will still lead the pitching staff after an impressive sophomore season.

Michigan coach Erik Bakich sees plenty of opportunities for his new players to carve out key roles.

Michigan’s recruiting class includes seven freshmen as well as five junior college and Division I transfers.

Junior infielder Jake Bivens remains confident that the Wolverines will be able to fill the voids in the team.

The Wolverines lost three key talents to the 2016 MLB Draft and graduated four seniors from a team that finished with a 13-10 Big Ten record.

Michigan coach Erik Bkaich doesn't plan for the 2017 season to be a rebuilding period.

Erik Bakich and the rest of the coaching staff have looming decisions to make to fill the void left by certain departures, but the players filling their positions already have substantial experience under their belts.

Adcock was selected in the fourth round at pick No. 127 in the MLB draft.