Thursday, May 13, 1982
The Michigan Daily
'M' nine sweeps Tartars
By JOE CHAPELLE Paciorek's homer brought his total to
Senior Jim Paciorek smashed the ball 15 for the season, upping his own
over the right field fence for his 15th single-season home run record of 14
homer of the season to top off a seven- whic he had ieved against Indiana.
run second inning in the second game of It also brought his career home run
a doubleheader against Wayne State to t ayne State picked up two more runs
spark the Blue nine to an 8-4 victory, in the fourth and seventh innings while
yesterday. tefut n eet nig hl
In the first game, the Wolverines Michigan had one in the sixth when
squeaked past the Tartars,8-7. Yester- Paciorek sacrificed to bring in John
sektwo wins upped Michigan's Clem, who had walked earlier in the in-
day stowsp-8 ning, to make the final score 8-4.
record to 39-8.o THE FIRST game was not as easy as
WAYNE STATE jumped out to an the second game for Michigan as the
early lead in the second game, 2-0. But, Tartars tied the game in the seventh
li the secnd inning the Wolverines inning, scoring four runs, to knot the
literally teed of, scoring seven runs on contest at 7-7. Jacobson was the hero in
sSophmore third baseman Chris Sabo the first game for the Wolverines with
started things off for the Wolverines in his game-winning double in the bottom
the inning with a triple into right-center of the seventh into left field to score Ken
field. Second baseman Jeff Jacobson Hayward and secure the win for
then hit a sacrifice fly to score Sabo. Michigan.
Shortstop Tony Evans tripled and The Tartar's four-ran inning began
John Young, the next Michigan batter, when first baseman Dan Dempsey
knocked him in with an RBI single to singled in Eugene Bezeau, who had
knot the game at 2-2. Fred Erdmann, walked earlier in the inning.
who followed Young to the plate, The next two Tartar runs came as Pit-
whoolkwed Youasngto hme, pat, cher Rich Stoll, attempting to make a
with Young,by senior Greg Schulte to pickoff play at second, tossed the ball
make the score 4-2. ito center field allowing the runs to
THE TARTAR problems did not stop score.
there,, however, as sophomore Chuck WAYNE STATE picked up the tying
Froning followed Schulte with a single run when designated hitter Rich
Fonpng tomwenShnbase for the Korkizko sacrificed to allow shortstop
to put two men on ethret Fred Darin to score. Darin had singled
Wolverines. Paciorek, the next earlier in the inning.
Michigan batter, then parked the ball eaiehin heBindigg.
over the right-field fence for a three run Michigan coach Bud Middaugh was
homr t gie te Wlveine a am- pleased with the two wins. "I think
manding, 7-2, lead, s we're playing a lot looser now," he said.
R H E
R H E Wayne State ...................110 100 1 4 2 1
WayneState..................000 it 4 7 11 4 MICHIGAN ...................070 001 x 8 8 1
MICHIGANy... ....302 1i i 8 14 1 Bartlett, McClear and Price; Andros, Roberts and
Wayne, J. Hayward, Karazini, Sioll and Bair; Bezeau
Green, Roberts. Rappa and Limback WP-Bartlett (1-1)
WP-Stol (10-1) LP-Andros (3-3)
LP-Rappa (5-3) HR-Paciorek (15)
Yet, Middaugh is now concerned with The Wolverines will meet the Spar-
Michigan's next game which will be tans on Saturday for a doubleheader at
with Michigan State. Ray Fisher Stadium before travelling
"Like any Big Ten game, it will be to East Lansing on Sunday for another
a key contest," said Middaugh. twin bill to complete the series.
Daily Photo by DEBORAH LEWIS
JEFF JACOBSON (below) steals home in the third inning of the first
game of Michigan's doubleheader sweep of Wayne State. Tony Evans (9)
looks on as the Tartars' Mark Limback looks for the ball. Evans (above)
slides safely into first base on a pickoff attempt.
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Daily Photo by DEBORAH LEWIS