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After missing his entire sophomore season to ulnar-collateral
ligament surgery — also known as Tommy John surgery — right-handed pitcher Sean
Martens returned to play this year and has pitched in five games for the Central Michigan baseball team. On March 10, however, Martens felt some pain once again and
learned the nerve fell out of the sling that was used to connect the elbow.
With a doubleheader sweep over Ohio Saturday, the Central
Michigan baseball team sits alone as the only undefeated team remaining in the
Mid-American Conference.The Chippewas (16-14, 5-0 MAC) defeated the Bobcats (15-14,
3-2) in both games in Athens, Ohio Saturday in two different ways.
Central Michigan’s baseball team entered Saturday with a
chance to take sole possession of first place in the Mid-American Conference.
After over two hours of rain delay and a big third inning, the Central Michigan baseball team beat Oakland by a score of 9-7.The Chippewas improved their record to 14-14 after this win.
Central Michigan baseball completed the sweep over Miami
Ohio with a 5-1 win at Theunissen Stadium.The win moves CMU to 3-0 in MAC play and to 13-14 overall.“One weekend makes you feel good but you have to get ready
for next week we have seven weeks to go” head coach Steve Jaksa said.
two down in Mid-American Conference play for the Central Michigan baseball
Chippewas faced-off against Miami (Oh.) in a doubleheader Saturday after Friday’s
game was cancelled due to possible rain.CMU jumped
all over the RedHawks in game one, winning 13-7 before having to work its way
back to a 6-4 victory in game two.
The Central Michigan baseball team picked a good day to have one of its best offensive games all season. CMU opened Mid-American Conference play with a 13-7 win in the first game of a double-header against Miami (Oh.). With the victory, the Chippewas improve to 11-14 on the season and 1-0 in the MAC. CMU scored 12 runs against the Redhawks in today's game.
Following a 13-4 loss against the University of Michigan, the Central Michigan University baseball team looks to bounce back when they open Mid-American Conference play in a three-game series against Miami (Ohio) this weekend in Theunissen Stadium.Last season, the Chippewas split their 24 conference games winning and losing 12 games each.
A flurry of emotion ran through Tyler Hankins as he took the
mound on Feb. 25 in San Antonio, Texas.The freshman pitcher was not only playing in his first game
in nearly two years, but was going against college hitters for the very first
time.The left-hander, however, held his own that day against the
Incarnate Word Cardinals.
The bats couldn’t generate any offense, the pitching
struggled to finish innings and in the end the Central Michigan baseball team
was simply over matched.The Chippewas fell,13-4, Wednesday evening to the Michigan
Wolverines in Ann Arbor at Ray Fisher Stadium, falling to 10-14 on the season and 6-0 on the road.Freshman right-handed pitcher Zack Kohn got the start for
the Chippewas and lasted 4 2/3 innings and gave up six runs on seven hits.
Central Michigan picked up the win in the final game of the
weekend series against Missouri State with a 7-4 final.The Chippewas led 7-1 heading into the ninth inning when the Bears made things interesting. MSU scored three runs in the ninth before junior relief pitcher Colton Bradley got the final out to give the Chippewas the win.CMU improved to 10-13 on the season with the victory.“That was a top-20 club at one point, and we feel really good how we finished the weekend out,” said head coach Steve.The Chippewas started the day with a two-run home run by
junior Daniel Jipping in the first inning to give them an early 2-0 lead over
the Bears.“We always like to strike early and often," Jaksa said.
In their home opener against Missouri State, the Central Michigan baseball team dropped the first game of a double header by a score of 12-1.Dazon Cole got the start in today's home opener.
After winning three of four games in the weekend series at
Northwestern, the Central Michigan baseball team came back to Michigan to take
on its closest Big Ten foe — Michigan State.With momentum on its side, CMU looked to continue the strong
play of its pitching staff, but was knocked on its heels by the explosive MSU
Cole's high school baseball program in Pontiac was cut right before his
senior year, but that didn't slow his progression in the sport.After
learning his high school team would no longer exist, Cole and his uncle began
looking for different schools that could use Cole's help.
Pitching led the Central Michigan baseball team all weekend — including Sunday. CMU defeated Northwestern, 7-5 in the final game of a four-game series, taking the series 3-1. The three wins over the weekend brings CMU's record to 8-11. Pitching SummarySophomore pitcher Michael Brettell started on the mound for the Chippewas.
After taking the first of a four-game series, 5-3 Friday,
the Central Michigan baseball team met Northwestern for a double-header on
Saturday at Rocky Miller Park in Evanston, Illinois. The Chippewas (7-11) were defeated 5-1 in game one, but
bounced back in the second game and defeated the Wildcats by the same score.
Central Michigan baseball picked up the win in the first
game of a weekend series against Northwestern, 5-3.The win moves the Chippewas to 6-10 on the season.The Chippewas started the scoring in the first with a
sacrifice fly by junior Daniel Jipping to put CMU up 1-0 over Northwestern.“First inning runs are important and we started out strong
today,” said head coach Steve Jaksa.Sophomore Daniel Robinson started the third inning with a
triple for the Chippewas and Jipping drove him in to extend the lead to 2-0.After a leadoff single in the fourth for the Chippewas, senior
Robert Greenman hit a two-run home run to double the CMU lead to 4-0.“Roberts working hard and getting back to his old self and
it showed today,” Jaksa said.Northwestern cut into the lead with a sacrifice fly in the
fourth to make it a 4-1 lead for the Chippewas.Northwestern added another run in the sixth with a RBI
groundout to cut the lead to 4-2.The Chippewas bounced back in the seventh with Jipping
scoring on a wild pitch, bumping the lead back to three runs.
The Central Michigan baseball team has postponed its home
opener once again.
Athletics announced on Monday that the home opener against Marygrove would be rescheduled from Tuesday,
March 14 to Wednesday, March 15 due to inclement weather. The game has again been postponed until Thursday, March 16 at 3:05 p.m.CMU has a record of 5-10 this season.
The Central Michigan baseball team will have to wait an
extra day to play its home opener.The athletic department announced Monday the game would be
pushed from Tuesday to Wednesday, due to the snow fall Sunday night.