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We improve to 21-6 on the season. The Golden Gophers come to Ray Fisher Stadium this weekend.
Slow night and a nice chance to catch a live stream of our #17 ranked Wolverines take on the Fighting Irish on the diamond.
Live on ESPN3 here: http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index?rb=true&watchsrc=true&id=2776990
Weather Report (as of Tuesday, April 5):
46/37 & Partly Cloudy
Series History: Michigan Leads 87-46
NOTRE DAME, Ind. - A rivalry that dates back to the administration of President Benjamin Harrison (1889-93) will be renewed at 6:05 p.m. (ET) Tuesday, when the No. 17 Michigan Wolverines invade Frank Eck Stadium for a showdown with the University of Notre Dame baseball team.
The matchup will pit two streaking teams against each other, as the Irish (15-11, 6-6 ACC) enter with victories in seven of their last eight games, while the Wolverines (20-5, 3-0 Big Ten) sport a nine-game winning streak.
On the mound, the Irish are set to turn to midweek starter Michael Hearne (2-0, 3.67 ERA), who has earned the win in two of the three previous midweek games this season. Michigan will send LHP William Tribucher (1-0, 1.65 ERA) to the mound.
Michigan starts big ten play 3-0 and is now 20-5. Next up is Notre Dame on tuesday.
In their Big Ten opener the Wolverines faced Northwestern in a Friday doubleheader.
In game 1 the top of the order dominated at the plate getting 3 RBI from Wenson, 2 from Benedetti and a 3-for-4 game from Bivens. Pitching was solid; Jaskie earned four runs on four hits and Vancena threw 2 2/3 perfect innings. Final score 10-4
Game 2 Matt Ramsay may have played the game of his career. Ramsay homered in 2 in the 2nd, homered in 2 in the third, homered in two in the fifth and singled in his 7th RBI of the day later in the 7th.
The pitching in this game was fantastic. Adcock threw 6 innings, struckout 8 and allowed 1 hit. Miller and Karcher threw an inning each without allowing a hit. Final 12-3.
The team has now won their last 8 games and holds a record of 19-5. Up next the series final Sunday then a single game against Notre Dame, Bowling Green and Minnesota.