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The Michigan Daily

Friday, March 26, 1982

Page 9

'M' batsmen off to a quick start

DANCEABLE MUSIC OF THE EIGHTIES
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By JOE CHAPELLE
Although the Michigan batsmen
returned to Ann Arbor from Texas
Tuesday after tallying their best spring
trip record (8-3) since 1966, skipper Bud
Middaugh, like the stereotypical coach,
*still thinks that the team needs to im-
prove.
"I think that the pitching can get
much better," said Middaugh. "For us
to be successful, we need some of our
pitchers to come on."
THE WOLVERINE mentor's pit-
ching,, worries, however, may not be
that indicative of the success of the
spring trip.
"I don't think that there has been a
P season when we've come back and I've
not been concerned about the pitching,"
said Middaugh.
Other than pitching, Middaugh said
he saw nothing else on the spring trip
that would cause him to worry about his
team's home opener this Tuesday
against Eastern Michigan.
THE DEFENSE was outstanding (in
Texas)," said Middaugh. "We had much

better defensive play than last year. We
played pretty well."
Middaugh also pointed out that the
Wolverines played a much tougher
spring schedule this year than in
previous seasons.
"Nebraska was awesome," said
Middaugh. "Pan American beat
Oklahoma State which is one of the top
five teams in the country, and El Paso
is a contender for the WAC (Western
Athletic.Conference) title.",
THE WOLVERINES opened their
season by sweeping a doubleheader
from Central Michigan, 13-0 and 7-2.
The batsmen's winning streak con-
tinued as they took the first game of a
doubleheader from the Houston
Cougars, 5-3.
Michigan, however, gave up its first
loss of the season to the Cougers in the
second game of the twinbill, 6-2.
The Wolverines dropped two straight
after their loss to Houston, falling to
Morningside, 4-2, and Nebraska, 7-4, in'
the Citrus Tournament hosted by Pan
American in Edinburg, Texas.

THE MICHIGAN batsmen, however,
came back to pick up five wins in a row
before returning to Ann Arbor, beating
Central Michigan for the third time, 14-
5, and posting three consecutive shut
outs against the Chippewas, Texas-El
Paso and Pan American, 11-0, 5-0, and
1-0 respectively.
In the- final game of the trip, the
Wolverines made up for an earlier loss
with a victory against Nebraska, 4-1.
Michigan was rated fifth in the nation by
All-American Baseball News and seventh
by Collegiate Baseball before its trip to
Texas.
MIDDAUGH points out that the

spring trip provided many players with
an opportunity to demonstrate their
improved playing ability.'
"Paciorek has improved defen-
sively," said Middaugh. "He is a much
better thrower this year." Paciorek's
offensive play has also aided the
Wolverines, as he currently leads the
Michigan batting statistics with his .528
average for the trip.
Another player who has shown im-
provement for the Wolverines is junior
Jeff Jacobson. Jacobson garnered an
average of .452 for the trip.
"JACOBSON has always been a good
defensive player," said Middaugh.
"Everybody has deficiencies. Jacobson
has been working to play better offen-
sively."
Middaugh still has not decided which
lineup he will use for Tuesday's home
opener. "I still have to make some
decisions," he said.
After meeting the Hurons on
Tuesday, the Wolverines face Grand
Valley State the following day.
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Name, Pos. G
J. Paciorek, RF-1B ................................... 11
J.Jacobson,2B . ................................. 11
G. Schulte, CF ...................................... 11
K. Hayward, iB-DH ........................ .......... 6
J. Young, C-DH ...................................... 9
C.'Sabo, 3B ... ......... .. f ......................... 11
C. Froning, IF-OF .................................... 7
J. Clem, 1B ........................................ 7
F. Erdmann, LF..................................... 6
1'.Evans, SS........................................ 11
R. Bair, C-DH ......................................... 10
D.Stober, LF ... .................:............. 11
J. Minick, OF ... ........................6
D. Sygar, OF .......................................... 6
R. Stoll, P-LF.......................................... 5
D. Leik, OF ........................................... 6

AB
36
31
38
12
24
36
15
12
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30
26
20
6
5
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12
4
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1-0-0
0-0
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Avg.
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.452
.447
.417
.333
.278
.267
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.231
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MICHIGAN .. ........ ......................11 297 68 99 14-2-13 44 38 62 .337
OPPONENTS....... ........................11 268 28 49 12-0-4 54 39 24 .225

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Name
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