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Page 12 Friday, April 16,.1982 The Michigan Daily
HR KING EYES SERIES, THEN DRAFT

Improved
By JIM DWORMAN efforts or
To many of the players involved, last of a retu
year's Major League Baseball free CollegeI
agent draft merited a celebration. the time
Players chosen in the early rounds the 1982
command high salaries and attractive "I'm t
signing bonuses. draft," s
But for Michigan's Jim Paciorek, the in May.
draft brought only disappointment and year
the realization that he had to wait Hopefull
another year. Rumored to be an early Omaha.
round selection, the rightfielder lasted anything
until the 15th round when the Cleveland will be a
Indians made him their choice. PACIO
"It was a little discouraging because the mait
I got a lot of publicity about beiIg a good bet
high round draft choice, and it got my
hopes up," said Paciorek, whose
credentials - a .351 collegiate batting
average with 15 home runs and 118 RBI
- seemed worthy of the early rounds.
EVIDENTLY, the professional
scouts were not impressed by the num-
bers. In fact, the Indians didn't even
contact the Wolverines' all-time home
run king until late summer, and by that
time, Paciorek already decided to
return to Michigan. "When I wasn't
drafted high I made up my mind to play
summer ball and come back for my
senior year," he said. "I didn't really
consider their (the Indians') offer."
Instead, Paciorek concentrated his

Paciorek still working

r improvement, with the hopes
rn trip to Omaha, Neb. for the
World Series and then, when
comes, on the first rounds of
draft.
trying not to think about the
said Paciorek, who'll graduate
"I just want to have a good
to play hard and win.
y, we'll (the Wolverines) be in
I can't say we will because
can happen. But anything less
disappointment."
OREK'S improvement is one of
n reasons why Michigan is a
to make its third consecutive

World Series appearance. The former
All-State football and basketball
player. throws better and hits harder
than he did in the past.
"Coach (Bud) Middaugh and"
(assistant coach) Danny Hall worked
real hard with me indoors this winter on
throwing," said Paciorek. "My arm's
stronger and not sore like it was in the
past. They've also taught me to hit with
more power. I'm pulling the ball a lot
more now.
Hall credited the development to
Paciorek's diligence. "He's the guy
who did all the work," said the third-
year assistant. "He'd show up to prac-

tice early this fall and just throw into a.
net for 10 or 15 minutes each day. We
(the coaches) just made a couple of.
suggestions. He picked up on them
pretty good and he's throwing a lot bet.'
ter."w
ONE OF THE recommendations wa
that Paciorek use his legs andbby
more when he threw. Last year he
threW with almost all arm motion, ac-
cording to Hall. The other suggestion
was that Paciorek increase his bat
speed.
"Last year he was getting jammed a
lot," explained Hall. "We worked to get
his bat around quicker and he's doing
that. His home runs attest to that."
Already in 1982, the 6-3, 205-pounder
has clouted seven round-trippers, only
three shy of the Michigan record of 10
which he shares with Chris Sabo, Bill
Freehan and Dave Brown.
"I'M NOT TRYING to hit home
runs," 'said the youngest of eight
children, one of whom, Tom, was the
American League's third-leading hitter
last year. "I just try to hit the ball hard
somewhere."
And if "somewhere" happens to be
over the fence, it is all the better for
both Paciorek and the Wolverines.
"It adds a whole new dimension to
our ballclub," said Hall. The op-
position can't pitch around Sabo (who
bats immediately ahead of Paciorek in
the Michigan order). And if they do
they have to pitch around Paciorek.
That's'what happened against
Western."
LAST WEDNESDAY, the Broncos
chose to walk Sabo to set up a force
play at the plate, risking pitching to 4
Paciorek. The current .441 hitter foiled
the strategy by lofting a single to right.
"It was an almost ideal situation,"
said Hall.
Ideal for Michigan, which won its 14th
straight game, and for Paciorek, who
made himself just that much more at-
tractive to the professional scouts.
Pistons win

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
MICHIGAN'S JIM PACIOREK, disappointed by last year's major league
draft, has improved himself and the team in leading the Wolverines to their
18-3 fast start.

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Minnesota 21, Oakland S
Chicago 8, Boston 4
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St. Louis , Chicago 1
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