Amanda Gonzalez

Pitching leads Michigan to Dodger Stadium victory


Amanda Gonzalez reports from Los Angeles where Michael Hendrickson and Alec Rennard held San Diego to one unearned run off five hits, powering Michigan to a 3-1 victory over San Diego on Sunday. Capping a 7-1, 10-day California spring break, the Wolverines, now 9-3, allowed just three runs, one earned, over three games in the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic.

Michigan finishes strong in California

Michigan capped a 7-1 spring break in California with a 3-1 win over San Diego, finishing the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic with a win. Head coach Erik Bakich, a California native, speaks to 10 Innings’ Amanda Gonzalez on the standout starting pitching performances the team received in Los Angeles, the importance of playing and recruiting in California and the fight the Wolverines showed on the weekend.

Michigan’s streak snapped in pitcher’s duel

Spending their spring break in California, Michigan swept through northern California and added a mid-week win at Loyola Marymount to take a five-game winning streak into the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic. Participating in the tournament alongside co-hosts UCLA and USC, and San Diego, Michigan opened the weekend at Jackie Robinson Stadium against the Bruins.

With a pitcher’s duel unfolding between Michigan junior left-handed Oliver Jaskie and UCLA’s Griffin Canning, neither team scored until UCLA walked-off in the bottom of the ninth with a 1-0 victory.


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