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The Michigan Daily.
Tuesday, April 17, 1990
Blue season series against
Gophers ends in a deadlock
by Theodore Cox
Daily Baseball Writer
For the second straight day Michigan and Minnesota
split games at Ray Fisher Stadium. The Golden
Gophers won the first contest, 3-2, and lost, 5-3, the
second of the twinbill.
"The first game I was a little disappointed in,"
Michigan coach Bill Freehan said. "It was one of the
few games in a long time that we've beaten ourselves
with errors, passed balls, wild pitches, those kind of
things. Coming back and winning the second game
shows me something."
Harsh winds that blew in from centerfield throughout
the afternoon helped both pitching staffs.
"We hit some balls in the first game that would have
been out were it not for the wind. But you have to play
with the elements," Freehan said.
The wind, however, did not effect the hitting of two
Wolverines. In the bottom of the second, junior left-
fielder Dan Ruff pounded the ball over the rightfield
scoreboard for the Wolverines (18-16 overall, 4-8 Big
Ten) first run, his third homer of the year. Co-captain
Phil Price followed with a shot that barley cleared the
330 foot sign in left to give Michigan a 2-1 advantage.
"One of the former players, Tommy Brock (1986-
88), talked to me this weekend and made some hitting
suggestions," Price said. "I'm trying to be a lot more
intense, going up there with a positive attitude and just
swinging the bat."
Minnesota (14-19-1, 4-9) tied the game in the fifth
without producing a single hit. Gopher Jeff Monson
walked to lead off the inning. Steve Calvert made it to
first after an error by Michigan starting pitcher Jason
Pfaff. A wild pitch moved the runners up and then
second baseman Brian Raabe followed with a ground out
that scored Monson.
The Gophers won the game in the seventh after
Brian Hartman began the inning with a single. He went
to second on a passed ball by catcher Mike Matheny and
scored after Monson hit a double down the rightfield
line, handing Pfaff his first loss of the year.
Minnesota starting pitcher J. T. Gilbert must have
realized it wasn't his day when second baseman Matt
Morse hit the first pitch of the second game over the
It wasn't Dennis Konuszewski's day either as the
Michigan starter was pounded for three runs in 2 1/3
"Konuszewski was probably the poorest we've seen
him from a control standpoint in his last three starts,"
Freehan said. "He's got an outstanding arm, you just.
can't throw behind hitters."
With the score tied in the sixth, third baseman Timl
Flannelly hit a single to start the inning. He went to
second on a wild pitch and Greg Haeger put Flannelly
on third with a double. Minnesota intentionally walked
Scott Winterlee to load the bases. -
Price followed with a walk, scoring Flannelly.
Sophomore Todd Winston popped a sacrifice fly to left-:
field to score Haeger for the final run of the afternoon.
Todd Marion pitched the last two innings to pick up
his third win.
Michigan first baseman Greg Haeger tags out Minnesota's Dan Wilson for the third out to end the sixth inning
of yesterday's first game in which the Wolverines lost, 3-2. Michigan rebounded to win, 5-3, n the second game
behind Haeger's two-for-two hitting.
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