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Page 10-The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 6, 1988

Tartars stake

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win second

By MICHAEL SALINSKY
Steve Savage single-handedly
ended Michigan's 18-game winning
streak, pitching Wayne State to a 2-
0 victory over the Wolverines in the
second game of yesterday's double-
header at Ray Fisher Stadium.
Michigan embarrassed the Tartars
in the first game, 18-1, behind
rookie Jeff Tanderys' three-hit com-
plete game. Third baseman Steve
Finken led the onslaught with three
runs scored on three-for-three hitting.
Finken, who broke the Michigan
all-time stolen base record during
Michigan's four game sweep of
Northwestern Sunday and Monday,
extended that record with two more
swipes yesterday. 12 different
Wolverines crossed the plate in the
laugher.
IN THE NIGHTCAP, it was
Michigan that was embarrassed -
embarrassed, as a top 20 team, to
lose to the unknown Tartars and
embarrassed to be shutout on only
five hits by Savage, who who first

pitched collegiately with Michigan
and was virtually discarded a few
years ago.
"He just didn't pitch well here,"
said Michigan head coach Bud Mid-
daugh. "I gave him a release to go
somewhere else and get some
work...it's worked out well for
him."
Savage was solid but unspectacu-
lar, striking out just one and not re-
tiring the side in order until the sev-
enth. He had a little help from Lady
Luck and the Wolverines in the late
innings.
In the fourth, Mike Gillette
grounded into a 6-4-3 double play
after the first two batters had reached
base. In the fifth, it was newcomer
Greg Haeger's turn. This time, it
was a 4-6-3 double killing with two
Wolverines on that ended the inning
. In the sixth, Bill St.. Peter reached
on an error to lead off the inning but
the junior third baseman was caught
trying to steal third with only one
out.

"He was stealing on his own,"
said Middaugh who bemoaned his
team's lost opportunities.
WAYNE STATE scored the
only run they would need in the first
inning. Leadoff hitter, Kevin Diaz,
singled, stole second and scored on
second baseman Matt Morse's field-
ing error two batters later. The Tar-
tars added another run in the third on
an RBI single by Diaz.
Rarely used John Locker was the
starter and loser for the Wolverines.
Locker gave up five hits in three in-
nings of work.
"They pounded us the first game,"
said Wayne State head coach Angelo
Gust. "They asked if we wanted the
mercy rule and we said 'no."'
The Wolverines hit the road again
tomorrow for a double header at
University of Detroit, weather per-
mitting. Middaugh expressed concern
that, after six games in three days,
the Wolverines may not have
enough pitchers to go for two
games. Ross Powell gets the start in
the first game. Look for first base-
man Haeger to get his first pitching
appearance in the nightcap.
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