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Baseball
vs. Siena Heights
Today, 1 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium

SPORTS

Softball
vs. Western Michigan
Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.
Varsity Softball Field

The Michigan Daily
'M' batters thrash

Wednesday, April 11, 1984 rage

WSU, 19-9

By GARY EFFMAN
Though most of Michigan's fans were
downtown at Tiger Stadium for the big
pener, or catching rays in the Diag,
the baseball team probably didn't
notice. The players were kept too busy
just running around the bases as they
tallied their highest scoring output of
the season, making sauce of the Wayne
State University Tartars, 19-9.
The Wolverines scored their runs on a
solid nineteen hits and a little display of
sandlot baseball by Wayne State. The
Tartars made use of all five of their pit-
chers and even tried .to disguise in-
fielder-outfielder Steve Toth as a pit-
cher, but with no luck. The staff
managed to send seventeen Michigan

batters to first on free rides - fifteen
walks and two hit by pitch. A Swiss
cheese infield that committed seven
errors couldn't help WSU's cause.
THE OUTCOME of the game would
have appeared surprising for anybody
who had seen Wayne State's first time
at bat. Michitgan pitcher Dan Disher,
seeing action for the first time since the
Texas trip,.threw inside, outside, high,
and low but couldn't get the ball over
the plate. Disher was unable to improve
on his 21.00 E.R.A., being charged for
three runs on six walks and a hit before
taken out after only 2/3rds of an inning.
DISHER'S replacement, freshman
Jerry Wolf, got the final batter of the
inning out. Michigan was unable to put
points up on the board for him in their

first, but Wolf kept the score at 3-0 by
blanking the Tartars in their half of the
second. ,
The game's turnaround took place n
the bottom of the second. Casey Close
began the barrage with a hard groun-
der to Tartar third baseman Ken
Presley that he couldn't glove cleanly,
and was ruled a hit. Close stole second
and the following batter Chris Gust took
a base-on-balls.
With runners on first and second,
senior Randy Wolf sent a grounder
between first and second base to notch
his first hit as a Wolverine and score
Close from second. Rob Huffman
followed with an identical shot to score
Gust.
BARRY Larkin, Mike Watters and
Ken Hayward were walked con-
secutively producing two more runs in
the inning and putting Michigan up 4-3.
The Wolverines batted around that
inning sending ten batters to the plate.
It was a habit they got used to,
repeating the performance in the four-

th, sixth, and seventh innings during
which they scored five, five, and four
runs respectively.
Chuck Froning came in for Wolf in
the third and went the rest of the way
for Michigan. WSU was able to scatter
.a few runs off Froning, but it was only
in the final inning where the Tartars
picked up three runs that he looked like
he was having trouble.
FRONING WAS understandably
happy with his performance and his fir-
st victory. "I wouldn't say it's the start
of a new career, but I came in and
threw the ball over the plate," he said.
"I kept our fielders on their toes and
they kept up for me."
Tartar sauce
R H E

Wayne State......... 301 011 003 9 9
MICHIGAN..........040 515 40X 19 16

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WSU: Link, Mitchell (4), Copiak (4), Toth (5), Lam-
bert (7), Wood (8), and Zaglaniczny.
M: Disher, Wolf (1), Froning (3) and Wolf.
WP-Froning LP-Mitchell
HR: Lambert

Continued from Preceding Page

Softballers take pair

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER '
Wayne State shortstop Eddie Eady forces to Casey Close to begin a double
play in the third inning of yesterday's contest.

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By TIM MAKINEN
It doesn't matter how many runs you
win by, as long as you win. But then
again, a healthy victory margin is also
nice. So figured the Michigan softball
team which squeaked by with a 1-0
triumph before pounding out a 7-2 win
in a doubleheader sweep of Eastern
Michigan yesterday at the Varsity Sof-
tball Diamond.
"They weren't the most artistic vic-
tories, but two wins is two wins," said
Michigan coach Bob DeCarolis. "Like I
said, we wanted to get some momen-
tum and this may be the tonic we need
to get us going."
THE WOLVERINES now 16-12, got a
break when Huron coach Nancy Plantz
decided to save ace hurler Nanette
Push for a conference game against
Kent State today. Push's replacement,
sophomore Patricia Lepri, gave
Michigan a harder time than it
bargained for, however, with her assor-
tment of off-speed and breaking pit-
ches.
The Wolverines scratched out only
three hits, but one of them, a first-in-
ning single from Missy Thomas, proved
to be all Michigan needed. Thomas sub-
sequently stole second base, advanced
to third on a Vicki Morrow bunt, and
came in on freshman Alicia Seegert's
bunt.
Wolverines Mari Foster and Linda
Allen held Eastern to three hits bet-

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1-0, 7-2

ween them. Foster, a freshman, not-
ched the victory with her five-inning
performance and raised her record to 3-
2.
"AFTER SEEING (Indiana pitcher
Amy) Unterbrink for 25 of 28 innings
last weekend, you could have put the
ball on a tee and we would have had
trouble hitting it," DeCarolis said.
"Lepri held us off balance for awhile,
but that stuff can only fool you for so
long.",,
That became evident in the second
game. Trailing 2-0 in the third inning,
Michigan sent Huron starter Jackie
Grace to the showers after she loaded
the bases with walks and gave up a one-
run single to Morrow. The Wolverines
then exploded off Lepri, who had come
on in relief, with two hits, three base-on-
balls, and a wild pitch. When the dust
finally settled, Michigan was on top, 6-
2.
The Wolverines added another run in
the fourth inning with a Carol Patrick
RBI single. Linda Allen, who relieved
starter Morrow in the fourth inning,
picked up the victory and now stands at
6-4 for the season. Grace (1-1) took the
loss for the Hurons.
Said DeCarolis, "It was a good team
effort in the pitching corps. The games
were not picture book, but we did some
things that we had to do and got the vic-
tories."

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and Cliff Levingston picked up the loose
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