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The Mxhigan Daily Thursday, April 1, 1982 Page

KARAZIM, ONTIVEROS PICK UP WINS

Batsmen take pair from GVSU

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By SARAH SHERBER
The Michigan batsmen tried to beat
the impending rains yesterday, and
complete their scheduled double
header. The Wolverines were suc-
cessful in more ways than one as they
defeated the Lakers of Grand Valley, 2-
1 and &-2, despite galing winds and rain.
Michigan took an early lead in the fir-
st game when it scored on its first op-
portunity. After keeping the Lakers
silent in the top of the first inning, the
Wolverines came to bat..
Leadoff hitter Greg Schulte doubled
and advanced to third on a sacrifice
bunt by Fred Erdmann. Chris Sabo
drove in the designated hitter but was
picked off on the play during a rundown
between first and second bases. Jim
Paciorek then popped out to Grand
Valley catcher Mike Cupples to end the
inning.
WITH ONE out in the second inning
Grand Valley had men at first and
second, due to an error by Michigan
shortstop Tony Evans. But the Lakers'

Dan Osowski hit into a double play to
end the threat.
With one out in the bottom half of the
inning, Michigan catcher Rich Bair
singled and then stole second. The
sophomore then advanced to third on a
single by Evans. With Bair and Evans
on base, John Clem bounced into a
fielder's choice as Bair was tagged out
at the plate. Dave Stober then singled
driving in Evans, which turned out to be
the winning run.
Grand Valley's only run came in the
fourth inning when center fielder John
Suida led off with a walk and then stole
second. After Larry David hit a fly ball
to center field, Scott Thurlow singled
and Suida moved to third.
SUIDA MADE his way home when
Barry Balbes safely hit his way to first
base to bring the score to 2-1. An error
was called on Michigan's Jeff Jacobson
during the play when he overthrew
Evans in an attempt to pick off
Thurlow.
Tim Karazim then came to the
mound for Michigan, replacing Jeff

Hayward, and struck out the next two
Lakers to retire the side.
From this inning on, Grand Valley
was unable to get a man safely on base
in the opener. Rick Moore took his first
loss of the season, spliting his record at
1-1. Karazim earned the win for
Michigan, bringing his season's tally to
3-0.
THROUGHOUT the first game the
weather remained threatening. "I think
the wind hurt us a bit," said head coach
Bud Middaugh. "In the first game it
just blew."
In the second game, Michigan got on
the board first. After keeping Grand
Valley scoreles in the first, Michigan
took a 3-0 lead on runs by Schulte, Sabo
and Paciorek.
But Grand Valley managed to get
within one run in the fourth. Thurlow
made it to first on a walk and then ad-
vanced when Evans bobbled a Pete
Leach hit ball. It marked the second
error for the Michigan shortstop in the
two games.
MATT RENO hit an RBI single to
bring in Thurlow. Dan Balice sent,,
Leach in on his base hit. The two runs
were the only ones the Lakers could
manage in the game.
The Wolverines stretched their lead
by two in the fifth inning, and then ad-
ded to it with a three run rally in the six-
th.
Catcher John Young came to bat first
for Michigan in the sixth inning and

proceeded to hit the ball over the 355-
foot mark of the left field wall. It was
Young's first home run of the season.
Steve Ontiveros earned the victory
for the second game and is now 1-1 for
the season. Shaye Ramont (1-1) was
charged with the loss.
Despite the lopsided score of the
second game Middaugh had nothing but
praise for the Lakers. "They've got a
good team. They're going to do well in
their league," said the Wolverine
manager.
Michigan, whose record is now 11-3,
will travel to Miami of Ohio for a pair of
double headers tomorrow and Satur-
day.
Blowing in the wind
First Game
R HE
Grand Valley ..............000 100 0 - 1 4 0
MICHIGAN ................110 000 x - 2 7 2
Moore and Cupples; Hayward Karazim (4) and Bair.
WP- Karazim LP- Moore
HR- none
LOB- Grand valley 4, Michigan 5
Time: 1:41
Second Game
R H E
Grand Valley............000 200 0 - 2 2 3
MICHIGAN..............300 023 x- 8 9 2
Ramont Rose (6) and Ohman; Rood, Bartlett (4)
Ontiveross(5) and Young, Vela (7)
WP- Ontiveros LP- Ramont
HR- Young (1)
LOB- Grand Valley 7, Michigan 4
Time: 1:59

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MICHIGAN HURLER, Steve Ontiveros, pitches in relief against Grand
Valley State, yesterday. Ontiveros earned his first win in a decisive 8-2,
Wolverine victory.

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I to worry about rainouts, in stadiums all built talent in the league, but they can always count on
after 1958. The ballparks are as close as 90 miles the inspiration of Chief Noc-A-Homa to urge them
apart, and as far as 3,000. This is the National on to loftier heights. The Braves lineup is power-
League West, the most uninteresting division in packed with Bob Horner, Dale Murray, Claudell
baseball, but nonetheless, important to the scheme Washington, and Chris Chambliss, all capable of ob-
of the National League. taining a fair share of round-trippers.
HOUSTON- Interestingly, after Houston adopted But Atlanta will besunable to climb any higher
its gray road uniforms, they responded with two than third because its pitching is not very good.
division championships. Since they have not altered John Montefusco, Phil Niekro, Rick Mahler, and
their gamewear, there is no reason to alter their Larry McWilliams is not a rotation capable of
place in the standings. The Astros easily have the carrying any team.
best pitching in baseball along with the longest LOS ANGELES- Sure the Dodgers won the
dugouts. Their starting rotation of Bob Knepper (9- World Series last year, but they had no business of
5, 2.18 ERA), Nolan Ryan (11-5, 1.69), Joe Niekro even being in the playoffs. It's a shame that Los
and Ven Ruhle is no less than iAngeles, the Minnesota Vikings
awesome. These hurlers are .L Westof baseball, was given an oppor-
backed by a superb relief con- 1. Houston' estunity to break their series jinx in
tingent of Joe Sambito and Frank 2 a meaningless season. Now all
LaCorte. 2. Cincinnati the fanatical Dodger supporters
The Houston lineup contains 3. Atlanta have the undeserved opportunity
eight hitters that are capable of 4. Los Angeles to call their team world cham-
bouncing the ball off the hard 5. San Diego pions. But not this year The
astroturf over the opposing in- 6. San Francisco Dodgers will plunge deeper than
fielder's heads. Jose Cruz, Terry .:.:..;::T:;:::.;.;.::.::;Jacqus Coeauas.they.will
Puhl, and Ray Knight, obtained from the Reds, rival the 1980 Angels for biggest downturn of the
should provide enough hitting to propel the Astros to season. The Dodgers insist on using washed up
the pennant in the weaker division of the National Players like Bill Russell, Ron Cey, and the Steves
League. (Garvey and Yeager); the list is endless. Not even
CINCINNATI- Some things never change, like the portly portsider, Fernando Valenzuela can
the certainty that the Reds players will be wearing return from Mexico in time to save the Dodgers.
all black cleats and socks with stirrups that only go SAN DIEGO- The Padres, who have the distin-
up to the ankle. But some things do change, like five ction of being the only professional team that wears
of their starting positions. brown without the nickname Brown's, will light up
In the outfield, manager John McNamara will San Diego Stadium with an old manager, Dick
pencil newcomers Clint Hurdle, Cesar Cedeno, and Williams, and young players like Ruppert Jones,
rookie Paul Householder onto his lineup card. John- Terry Kennedy, Sixto Lezcano, and Gary Tem-
ny Bench moves over to third base, Alex Trevino pleton.
will take over behind the plate. SAN FRANCISCO- Even the presence of ex-
Tom Seaver had an outstanding season in 1981 Tigers Dan Schatzeder and Champ Summers will
with a 14-2 record and a 2.55 ERA. Other possible not be enough to lift the Giants into fifth place, a
starters are Mario Soto and Bruce Berenyi. The position those players are used to.
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Philadelphia 99, Chicago 98
Exhibition Baseball
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Atlanta 7, ljouston 3
Baltimore 4, Chicago (AL) 3
Los Angeles 8, Boston 7
New York (NL) 2, Cincinnati i
St. Louis 4, Toronto 3
Chicago (NL) 3, San Francisco 2

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