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With the Central Michigan baseball team losing their first
two games of their weekend road series against Xavier, the Chippewas will look
to rebound at home this Tuesday against Bowling Green for their first game of
the season at Theunissen Stadium.CMU has been playing for over a month and have still not had
a home game in 2016.
Even though this game was considered a non-Mid-American Conference game, the Central Michigan baseball team had its first taste of MAC competition as the Chippewas (4-12) defeated the Bowling Green Falcons (7-9) 10-5 on Tuesday.
Over spring break, the Central Michigan baseball team went
down to Florida to compete against in two tournaments.In a span of 10 days, CMU played eight different teams in
both Deland and Port Charlotte, Florida.
With Central Michigan baseball starting the season 0-7 and
getting swept out of Arkansas and Arizona, the team will look to bounce back
over spring break as they travel to Florida for eight games.The team lost all three games in the opening-series against
Arkansas and then lost all four games last weekend in Arizona to Grand Canyon,
After being swept during opening-weekend against the No. 22
Arkansas Razorbacks, Central Michigan baseball saw the same result this past
weekend in Phoenix, Arizona against three different teams: Grand Canyon, St.
Mary’s and Tennessee.Thursday – Grand CanyonAfter committing eight errors in the Arkansas series, the
Chippewas committed four errors in their first game in Arizona against the
Grand Canyon Antelopes, losing 5-4.
Central Michigan baseball started its season this past
weekend, heading out to play the No. 22 team in the country, the Arkansas
Baseball season has officially begun.The Chippewas started their regular season Friday as they took on the No. 22 team in the country, the Arkansas Razorbacks.
With football long gone and basketball with only about a
month to go, it’s almost baseball season yet again for the Central Michigan
Chippewas.Last season, CMU finished first in the Mid-American
Conference West division, as well as first overall in the conference with an
overall record of 35-22 and a conference record of 20-7.
Blake Hibbitts is no longer a dual-sport athlete at Central Michigan, but his career is not yet complete.Hibbitts, a senior who was a right handed pitcher on the baseball team and forward on the basketball team, will focus on basketball and plans to return for the 2016-17 season.A torn ACL during a fall basketball workout kept Hibbitts out for the basketball season, but baseball Head Coach Steve Jaksa said Hibbitts made the decision to leave the baseball program last summer.“He made a choice.
The Central Michigan baseball team held its 14th
annual “Meet the Chippewas” event at Hunter’s Ale House on Saturday.
In the four months since Central Michigan baseball received an anonymous $500,000 matching donation for an indoor training facility, the program has raised "nearly $300,000" from other donors, Athletics Director Dave Heeke said.
Theunissen Stadium will host the World Series this October, as Central Michigan baseball plays its Annual Fall World Series.The series begins Friday at 3:05 p.m.
A state of the art indoor baseball training facility coming to Theunissen Stadium became a legitimate possibility, Monday.Central Michigan University’s athletic department announced an anonymous donor gifted $500,000 for the Performance Development Center, potentially a 7,000 to 7,500 square-foot, all turf complex adjacent to the team’s clubhouse.
The defending Mid-American Conference regular season champions took the field at Sunny Theunnisen Stadium Friday for the first time in nearly four months for the annual international game. It’s fall ball, to say it simply. In a sloppy, 10 error, 11 inning, four and a half hour exhibition game the Chippewa topped the Ontario Blue Jays, an amateur club from the Canadian Premiere Baseball League, 24-10.
The defending Mid-American Conference regular season champions will have a target on their back this spring as they navigate through league play, but before that happens the Chippewa baseball team must find an identity and grow as a unit in the fall. After having eight All-MAC recipients a year ago, the Chippewa return a talented and experience proven lot of players to the 2016 team, which includes 12 seniors and 6 juniors. A number of which returning players had notable seasons in their respective summer leagues, including junior left-handed pitcher Nick Deeg.
Three of Central Michigan University’s spring sports teams will be in action over the weekend as the fall portion of their 2015-2016 schedule kicks off.Golf CMU’s women’s golf team will travel south to Michigan State University this weekend for the 32nd annual Mary Fossum Invitational, at Forest Akers in East Lansing. The invitational begins with shotgun starts Saturday at 9 a.m.
The two teams with the best regular season records in the Mid-American Conference were the first teams to be eliminated from the MAC Baseball Tournament Thursday.After No.
Central Michigan University baseball became the second No. 1 seed to lose to the No. 8 seed in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament since the tournament expanded to eight teams in 2008.And the only other top seed to fall in the first round (Bowling Green State University) was eliminated in the loser’s bracket in the next game.But the Chippewas still have hope after Wednesday’s 5-4 loss to the University of Akron.Three of the past seven MAC Tournament Champions had one loss in the double-elimination tournament.
A pair of unearned runs in the eighth inning doomed Central Michigan University baseball on Wednesday in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament against the University of Akron.CMU is the second No.
What: First-round of the MAC Baseball Championship Tournament Who: No.