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MIDLAND — The fifth inning of Wednesday’s game against Michigan State at Dow Diamond was one of the wilder innings the CMU baseball team played this season.
The Spartans had already left five men on base leading up to the that inning, but MSU freshman Torsten Boss batted a run in with a single, giving MSU its third run of the inning.
Dietrich Enns picked up his fourth win of the season out of the bullpen Wednesday as the CMU baseball team defeated Michigan State 6-3 at Dow Diamond.
The freshman left-hander relieved junior starter Bryce Morrow, who allowed three runs, only one earned, over 4 and 2/3 innings pitched. Morrow struck out seven batters
The CMU baseball faces in-state rival Michigan State at 6:35 p.m. today at Midland’s Dow Diamond for its second of three meetings this season.
It is the second time in as many years CMU and MSU will play at the neutral location, which is home to the Great Lakes Loons, the single-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
It looked as though the CMU baseball team would lose its first Mid-American Conference series of the season Sunday.
It faced an early 3-0 deficit against Kent State and had not scored in 11 innings dating back to Friday.
The CMU baseball team struggled at the plate Saturday with just three hits in a 13-0 loss to Kent State.
The Chippewas (19-13, 9-2 Mid-American Conference) found themselves down 4-0 in the first inning and were never able to come back.
The Central Michigan baseball team racked up 19 hits and used an early lead to beat Kent State 11-7 Friday at Schoonover Stadium in Kent, Ohio.
With the win, CMU (19-12, 9-1 MAC) moves into sole possession of first place in the Mid-American Conference West Division after Toledo lost to Bowling Green 20-15
Slow starts have become common as of late for the CMU baseball team.
It hopes to break that pattern this weekend.
Two runs in each of the first two innings allowed Illinois-Chicago to defeat the Central Michigan baseball team 5-3 Wednesday at Les Miller Field in Chicago.
Junior right-hander Bryce Morrow (1-2) took the loss for CMU, allowing four earned runs on five hits in six innings pitched.
Illinois-Chicago took an early 2-0 lead on one hit in the first inning after Morrow walked the first two batters he faced.
The CMU baseball team goes for its fourth consecutive win at 5 p.m. today against Illinois-Chicago.
Last Tuesday, the Chippewas (18-11, 8-1 Mid-American Conference) defeated the Flames 4-1 at Theunissen Stadium but, this time, the team is on the road playing at Les Miller Field
Junior right fielder Matt Faiman had visions of his little league team dance through his mind Sunday afternoon.
Faiman connected on a walk-off double to drive in the winning run as the CMU baseball team rallied from five runs
Timely hitting proved to be the difference Sunday as the CMU baseball team completed a three-game sweep of Mid-American Conference opponent Akron.
Trailing 8-4 while heading into the ninth inning, coach Steve Jaksa made a decision to pinch hit for senior Ricky Clark (.304 average) and junior Robbie Harman. The two infielders had struggled offensively, combining to go 1-for-6.
Big crowds all weekend witnessed the CMU baseball team winning in ways that can hardly be scripted.
It completed a series sweep of Akron on Sunday after being down 8-4 in the ninth inning.
The CMU baseball team scored five runs in the bottom of the ninth inning Sunday to come back and complete the series sweep against Akron.
Five consecutive singles to start the ninth inning fueled the Chippewas' offense, and junior Matt Faiman’s double to left center scored senior James Teas, giving CMU the 9-8 comeback win once again.
The dugout emptied to congratulate senior James Teas after a walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th inning.
The CMU baseball team completed a come-from-behind 8-7 win Saturday at Theunissen Stadium.
The CMU baseball team opened up a weekend series against the Akron Zips on Friday with a 10-6 win.
The Chippewas (16-11, 6-1 Mid-American Conference) scored runs in five out of the last six innings to pick up the victory.
A text message lit up freshman Jordan Adams’ phone in February 2009 while he competed in the Iowa state high school wrestling tournament.
It was Steve James, coach of the Iowa Select club team, asking if he had heard the news: the University of Northern Iowa, where the 6-foot-3, 215 pound catcher committed to play baseball for just four months prior, was considering ending its baseball program amid budget concerns.
The CMU baseball team looks for its third Mid-American Conference series win of the season this weekend when it faces Akron.
The Chippewas (15-11, 5-1 MAC) are 6-0 at home as they start a three-game weekend series starting at 3:05 p.m. Friday at Theunissen Stadium.
A six-run third inning allowed Big Ten opponent Michigan to take a commanding lead early and defeat CMU 13-7 at the Wilpon Complex in Ann Arbor, derailing the Chippewas’ four-game winning streak.
The CMU baseball team will play its second in-state rival at 3:05 p.m. today when it travels to Ann Arbor to play the University of Michigan.
The Chippewas carry a four-game winning streak into the game, also having won six of their last seven.