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Softball
vs. Michigan State
Today, 3 p.m.
'M' Varsity Diamond

SPORTS

Men's Tennis
vs. Indiana
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Track and Tennis
Page 7

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, April 17, 1985

Michigan Baseball Statistics
Hitting

Batsmen hope to feast on Hurons

M' to take on EMU

Name, Pos G
Eric Sanders, C .............................. 15
C. J. Beshke, 2B.............................24
Randy Wolfe........................... 16
Ken Hayward,CB-P......................29
Casey Close, OF-P ...........................28
Barry Larkin, SS ............................ 29
Jeff Minick, OF ............................. 21
Mike Watters, IF-OF ........................ 29
Chris Gust, OF .......................... 24
Eddie Woolwlne, OF...................... 19
Kurt Zimmerman, OF ....................... 25
Matt Siuda,3B............................... 28
Dan Disher, OF .............................. 24
Hal Morris,1B...............................16

AB
23
54
34
80
78
86
55
91
37
23
63
60
44
34

R
5
16
4
22
23
26
9
29
13
17
15
14
11
7

H
11
24
15
30
28
30
19
31
12
7
19
18
11
8

2B-3B-HR
4-0-1
5-1-2
5-0-3
5-0-4
3-2-6
2-5-5
1-2-0
3-3-2
4-0-2
1-0"
3-1-2
5-0-1
0-1-1
3-0-1

SB
0
4
0
1
4
11
4
10
2
4
3
0
5
0

BB
7
11
'3
17
17
18
3
18
5
6
11
8
7
1

RBI
6
-12
9
20
21
26
13
19
11
9
13
9
7

AVG.
.478
.444
.441
.375
.359
.349
.345
.341
.324
.304
.302
.300
.250
.235

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MICHIGAN ................................. 29 803
Opponents ...................................29 729

219 279 46-15-31 48 136 194
87 164 32-3-16 26 110 80

.347
.225

Pitching

Name G
Paul Kasper.............................. 6
Mike Ignaslak.......................... 7
Jim Agemy..........................6
Greg Everson ............................. 10
John Grettenberger........................ 5
Dave Karasinski........................ 5
Kevin Gilles .........................4
Scott Kamieniecki ......................... 6
Ken Hayward ............................. 8
Casey Close ............................... 4
Paul Wenson .........................5
Dan Disher ............................ 3

CG
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
4
0
0
0
0

SAV
0
2
0
3
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
0

W-L
2-0
3-1
4-0
1-1
1-1
4-0
1-1
6-0
0-0
1-1
1-0
0-0

IP
12.0
25.0
33.0
11.3
10.3
22.7
10.0
40.0
13.7
9.0
10.3
4.0

H
16
28
9
5
18
8
33
14
4
13
9

BB
6
14
13
5
7
10
7
18
2
7
12
9

SO
15
22
10
7
14
12
37
7
8
12
3

ERA
0.00
1.80
2.18
3.18
3.50
3.57
3.60
3.83
3.94
6.00
8.74
20.25

aft e r
By BRAD M(
After opening the
steady diet of home gar
team will continue tog
on the road when the M
to Eastern Michigan B
to battle the Hurons in
at 1 p.m. today.
Michigan opened wit
games after the Sprin
but is now in the mid
road trip that started a
four wins, and continu
Ferris State. While the
conference for both
head coach Ron C
tomorrow's games wil
important than usual.
"I THINK A defin
developed over the
Oestrike of his cross-to
While there may b
Huron's head man ha
the fact that the g
conference. Eastern
overall, but is 4-2 and t
in the Mid-American{

MICHIGAN ..........................29 7 9 24-5 201.3 164 110 155 3.67
Opponents................................. 29 11 2 5-24 192.0 279 136 71 8.30

weekend sweep
RGAN that in mind, Oestrike is inclined to rest
his front-line pitchers.
season with a "We have to point our pitching
mes, the baseball towards our conference games," said
get a taste of life Oestrike. "I know Michigan doesn't
Volverines travel have any conference games this
3aseball Stadium weekend, so they'll approach it dif-
a doubleheader ferently."
RON Rightnowar, a junior out of
h 13 of its first 17 Toledo, will pitch the first game of the
g Trip at home, twinbill, while Oestrike is unsure of who
1st of a 12-game will go in the second. Rightnowar is 1-4
t Ohio State with on the season.
ued yesterday at While the pitching may suffer,
games are non- Eastern will still have a potent hitting
teams, Eastern attack, led by senior third baseman
)estrike thinks Tony DeMarti and sophomore catcher
1 be a little more Chris Hoiles.
DeMarti is batting .339, and leads the
site rivalry has team in home runs and RBI's with 6 and
years," said 26. Hoiles is second on the team in home
wn neighbors. runs with 5, and is clipping along at .350
e a rivalry, the with 18 runs scored. Designated hitter
sn't lost sight of Jed Shilling leads the team with a .359
ames are non- average in 39 at-bats.
is only 12-17-1 "OUR strength is our offense," said
ied for first place Oestrike. "We've really been hitting the
Conference. With ball well."
If hitting has been the strong suit of
this Huron team, 19-year veteran
Oestrike feels pitching and defense has
been the weak spot.
"We've had trouble with (those), so
we've been working on shoring them
up," he commented.
THE PITCHERS for Michigan are
still unknown, but on offense the trio of
Ken Hayward, Barry Larkin and Casey
Close should continue to provide punch.
The three had big weekends in Colum-
bus, and so far this year have collected
15 of Michigan's 31 home runs and 67 of
its 194 RBI's. C.J. Beshke leads the
team regulars in batting with a .444
average.
At Ohio State on Sunday, the batsmen
finished off a crucial weekend by
downing the Buckeyes twice, 3-1 and 13-
4. The wins gave the Wolverines a four-
game sweep of the weekend trip in
Columbus.
In the first game. Close's fifth home

run of the year, a two-run shot in the
first inning, provided freshman Jim
Agemy with all the support he needed to
pick up his fourth win (4-0). Agemy
struck out five while only allowing five
hits, and Greg Everson came in to get
the final out and earn his third save of
the year.
Randy Wolfe nailed his first home run
of the season in the second to give
Agemy an insurance run to work with.
In the second game, Michigan ex-
ploded for 17 hits to rout the Buckeyes,
13-4. All but two Wolverine starters
drove in runs, including two each from
Mike Watters, Larkin, Hayward, Close
and Matt Siuda. Hayward, Close and
Beshke each had three hits, including
home runs from Close and Hayward.
Larkin also homered, his fifth.

Beshke
... leads the way at .444

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 4:00 P.M.
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Dave Karasinski went the distance to
pick up his fourth win against no
defeats, allowing seven hits and
striking out three.

.. , . , a .. ... .,,_ ., . .

Associated Press

Alan Trammell is
Milwaukee.

congratulated at home

plate after his fifth-inning homerun in last night's Tiger 2-1 victory over

Tigers top
* Brewers, 21
By JIM LANTOS
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Tigers won their
sixth consecutive game last night with
a 2-1 victory over the Milwaukee
Brewers.
Detroit jumped out to a 1-0 lead on
Lou Whitaker's triple to right-center.
The Tiger second baseman scored on an
-Alan Trammell sacrifice fly.
Both sides were silent in the third, but
in the fourth Brewer centerfielder
Doug Loman tripled to left-center and
then scored on a passed ball by Tiger
catcher Lance Parrish. In the bottom of
the inning, the Tigers threatened to
score after a Parrish single and walks
to Darrell Evans and Larry Herndon.
Milwaukee shortstop Ed Romero stab-
bed Chet Lemon's smash fly, though, to
get pitcher Ray Burris out of the jam.
Trammell saved Tiger pitcher Walt
Terrell from a Milwaukee threat in the
fifth. With two men on base, the Detroit
shortstop made a diving catch of a
Robin Yount line drive.
The Tiger fifth was marked by a two-
out Trammell home run into the lower
deck in left.
Terrell picked up the win with seven
strikeouts to his credit. Lopez got the
save and Burris took the loss.
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