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SPORTS__
Thursday, April 2, 1981

Thp Michigan Daily

Page 9

'M' takes two from Eastern

By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
YPSILANTI-If the Michigan
aseball team expected an easy
oubleheader like it had in its opener
against Grand Valley, it was surprised.
The: Wolverines found a worthy op-
ponent in the Eastern Michigan
Hurons.
At a very windy, chilly Briggs Field
yesterday, Michigan scrapped its way
to a-sweep, winning the first game, 5-3,
and stealing away the nightcap, 8-7.
The wins raised the Wolverines' record
to 10-7, while the Hurons fell to 10-19 for
the season.
THE WOLVERINES had to come
fraim behind twice; in the opener, they

Wlolverines rally for
5-3, 8-7 victories

scored on a Bryon Horn single.
MICHIGAN HAD taken a 2-0 lead in
the second inning on a two-run triple by
catcher John Young. It cut the Hurons'
lead to 6-4 in the fifth on singles by Greg
Schulte, Dave Stober, and Jim
Paciorek, followed by a single by Gerry
Hool that drove in the pair.
After Eastern got one back in the bot-
tom of the fifth, Michigan scored three
more in the top of the sixth. With two
outs, the bases were loaded with
Wolverines when Paciorek drilled an 0-
2 pitch down the left field line for a
bases-clearing double that knotted the
score at seven.
Michigan's Tim Miller led off the
seventh inning with a single, took
second on an error by first-baseman
Zureich, took third on a throwing error
by catcher Doug Davis, and scored on
Jeff Jacobson's sacrifice fly.
WHILE THE Wolverines won the
game, they lost the services of Young
for a week or two, according to Mid-
' daugh. Young badly sprained his ankle
when Baker attempted a steal of home
in the bottom of the fifth, and after it
was evident he wouldn't make it,
bowled over the catcher.
Freshman Bill Shuta, who relieved
Jim Bartlett in the fifth inning, picked
up the win to raise his record to 2-1. The
hard-throwing right-hander went two
and one-third innings, giving up no runs
and one hit while walking none and
striking out one.
Brad Edick (2-2) took the loss despite
giving up one unearned run. He pitched
the seventh inning, gave up one hit and
walked one man. .
JIM PACIOREK was the hitting hero
of the opener, going four-for-four (one
double, three singles) and increasing
his batting average to .463. "He kept us
going in the first game," said Mid-
daugh. "And he certainly didn't hurt us
in the second one, either."
Michigan got off to a quick 1-0 lead in

the first inning of the opener on
Paciorek's double and Hool's RBI
single. Eastern went ahead, 2-1, in its
half of the stanza, however, after put-
ting together four singles off of starter
Rich Stoll.
The Wolverines chalked up one in the
fourth to tie the score when Miller was
safe on an infield single, stole second,
and rode home on Randy Wroten's
double.

in the last inning when Hool was safe on
a fielders' choice after Paciorek had
singled. Miller tripled into the left field
gap to score Hool, and Chris Sabo
doubled Miller in.
Freshman hurler Gary Wayne (2-1)
picked up the win in relief after going
one and one-third innings of scoreless,
hitless baseball. Freshman starter Stoll
pitched the first five and two-thirds,
giving up three runs on nine hits,
walking none and striking out one. Jay
Davisson (2-2) took the loss for the
Hurons, going six and one-third innings,
allowing ten hits.,and five runs (four
earned), walking two and striking out
two.
"All the freshmen, Stoll, Wayne, Bar-
tlett and Shuta, threw well today," said
Middaugh. "With the conditions like
they were, I think the pitchers did a
great job."
The Wolverines will be on the road for
their next six games, beginning in Ox-
ford, Ohio with doubleheaders on
Friday and Saturday against Miami
University and a doubleheader with
Cincinnati in Cincinnati on Sunday.
They will return home for a single
game next Tuesday against Aquinas.
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, Miller
... 4 hits, 4 runs
trailed for the first three innings. In the
nightcap, they fell behind, 6-2, but they
chipped away at the Hurons' lead, tied
the game in the sixth, and went ahead
for good in the seventh.
I'm glad to see my club come from
behind," said a pleased head coach Bud
iddaugh. "And they had to do it twice
ay."
Michigan looked like it had blown the
second game after a five-run Huron
outburst in the fourth inning. Eastern
sent eight men to the plate; six of them
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Pat Zureich then bounced a triple off of
h right field wall to drive in Jonske.
After Zureich scored on a wild pitch,
Doug Davis walked, stole second, and

Paciorek
- 6 hits, 3 RBI's

THE HURONS went back ahead, 3-2,
in their half of the fourth and things
stayed that way until the sixth inning,
when Michigan scored again. Jacobson
was safe on shortstop Howard Sim-
mons' error to lead off the inning,
Wroten singled him to third, and
Schulte lofted a sacrifice fly to center
field to score Jacobson.
The Wolverines got the winning runs

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Games
123 456 7
MICHIGAN..............100 101 2
EASTERN MICHIGAN .... 200 100 0
Stoll, Wayne (6). and Hool
Davisson, Gorgon (7), and Keller
WP- Wayne, LP- Davisson
HR-none

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Game2
123 456 7 R H E
MICHIGAN...............020 023 1 8 9 0
EASTERN MICHIGAN .... 001 510 0 7 11 4
Dawson, Bartlett (4), Shuta (5) and Young, Bair (5)
Zwolensky, Edick (7), and Davis
WP- Shuta, LP- Edick
HR-none

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