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On a bright, warm Saturday afternoon at Theunissen Stadium,
the Central Michigan baseball team attempted to build off its season high
14-run performance against the Toledo Rockets on Friday.The Chippewas were able to pick up the win, but with 13 less
runs from the previous game as the Chippewas (10-29, 5-6 Mid-American Conference)
beat the Rockets (8-31, 3-8 MAC) 1-0.CMU scored its first run in the first inning after an RBI
infield single by freshman right fielder Daniel Robinson.
As fans entererd the Theunissen Stadium on Friday afternoon, they saw police cars and fire trucks.There was no accidents, only claps.The Central Michigan baseball team honored several members of the Michigan health and safety community with "Hero's Day" on Friday during the team's 14-2 victory over Toledo.According to the team's Facebook page, all active, reserve and veteran members of the Armed Forces, police, firefighters and first responders were allowed into the game free.Head Coach Steve Jaksa took a photograph with policemen, firefighters and members of the military before Friday's game.
In center field at Sunny Theunissen Stadium, the section of the wall is larger than everywhere else in the ballpark and is 400 feet from home plate.Daniel Jipping hit one into trees beyond the wall.In the second inning, the Central Michigan baseball sophomore left fielder took the first pitch from Toledo's Steven Calhoun and hit the ball into the shrubbery beyond the center field wall to give the Chippewas a 7-0 lead.CMU won the contest 14-2 to snap a three-game losing streak.
A week ago, redshirt freshman Dazon Cole gave up three runs,
five hits and five walks against Michigan State in the sixth annual Clash at
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers give their picks for CMU baseball, softball, lacrosse and give insight on this weekend's Golf Mid-American Conference Championships.
With the Central Michigan baseball team resting at 8-28, 3-6
in the Mid-American Conference and on a three-game losing streak, the Chippewas
only have about a month left to turn their season around.
Central Michigan's postponed baseball game against Oakland from April 6 has been rescheduled for Monday, May 9 at 4:05 p.m.
Redshirt freshman pitcher/outfielder Dazon Cole has started two games at pitcher and 26 games in the batting lineup.
It has been three days since I went to Comerica Park in Detroit to cover the Clash at Comerica between the Central Michigan and Michigan State baseball teams.After reflecting on my time in the Ernie Harwell Media Center, I feel it is a prodigious event that unites baseball in the state of Michigan.But it could be better.One goal of the Clash at Comerica is to allow the student-athletes to move from their college baseball stadiums and to play at the home of Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers.
before the Clash at Comerica on April 13, sophomore pitcher Sean Martens threw a baseball for the first time in six months.Martens was emotionally and physically drained before going under the knife, but now those pains are gone.
There were runners at first and second base with one out for the Central Michigan baseball team.The Chippewas trailed 4-2 and senior catcher Dylan Goodwin stood at the plate.
Following a 7-3 win against the first place team in the Mid-American Conference West division on Friday, the momentum for the rest of the weekend was in favor of CMU.
On Wednesday, the Central Michigan baseball team played in a
four hour and 38 minute affair against Michigan State at Comerica Park.Now on Friday, the Chippewas weren’t thinking about their
14-inning loss to the Spartans; they had shifted their attention to the three-game
home series against the Mid-American Conference West leading Ball State
The Central Michigan baseball and softball teams announced on Twitter they earned the 2016 Dick Enberg Team Leadership Award. It is the second time in four years that the softball team has won the award. The last time the baseball team had the honor was in 2011.
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers give their predictions for CMU sporting events this weekend, along with the Detroit Tigers' weekend series against Houston.
DETROIT — The scene was set for the magic to be recreated.Runners stood on second and third with two outs in the ninth inning. The Central Michigan baseball team was a base hit away from walking off the Comerica Park field for a second straight season with a win over Michigan State.
DETROIT — After allowing three runs in more than four hours of work, the Central Michigan baseball team allowed four runs in the bottom of the 14th inning. Michigan State (24-6) topped Central Michigan (7-26) 7-3 in Wednesday's Clash at Comerica.Here's a look at the game, by the numbers:
DETROIT — On a 45
degree night in Detroit, memories of the six-run 9th inning comeback
from last year’s Clash at Comerica loomed in the crisp air.As freshman pitcher Dazon Cole threw the first pitch of the
game, all of those memories faded and the 2016 Clash at Comerica began as fans
of the Spartans and Chippewas poured into the ballpark that the Detroit Tigers
call home for 81 games per year.
Despite winning three of their last 13 games, the Central Michigan baseball team has a chance at bragging rights on Wednesday, under the lights at Comerica Park.CMU plays Michigan State at 7:05 p.m. in the sixth annual Clash at Comerica in downtown Detroit.
After the offenses battled it out in the first game of the doubleheader, there was pitcher's duel between Central Michigan and Northern Illinois in game two.Donovin Sims pitched 9 1/3 innings for NIU in the second game of the tilt, while junior southpaw Nick Deeg hurled nine innings for CMU.