Rickey of Michigan Part II

Baseball Team Championships

NCAA College World Series Champions: 1953, 1962
NCAA Regional Champions: 1953, 1962, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 2007
Big Ten Champions (35): 1899, 1901, 1905, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1936, 1941, 1942, 1944, 1945, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1961, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1997, 2006, 2007, 2008
Big Ten Tournament Champions: 1981, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1999, 2006, 2008, 2015

Michigan Baseball History

Wilpon Looks Back

Michigan hauls in #10 ranked recruiting class, highest ranking ever by a Big Ten team

Walk-on tryouts on September 18


Ohio State ends Michigan's season, 3-5

Michigan loses to Purdue, 4-5

Michigan beats Iowa, 2-1, at the Big Ten Tournament in 10 innings

Michigan swept by Purdue, 0-3, 3-6, and 1-2 

Michigan crushed by Illinois, 10-3, 10-4, but the Wolverines win the finale, 5-4, in 11 innings

Michigan beats Michigan State, 10-2

Michigan beats Central Michigan, 9-2

Michigan beat Rutgers, 9-15,  9-4, and 6-1`

Michigan comes from behind with 4 runs in the bottom of the 8th to defeat Eastern Michigan, 6-4, and 12-5

Michigan loses series to Hawkeyes after being ahead, 5-0, 5-7

Michigan beats Iowa, 10-2

Iowa ends Michigan's 19 game winning streak, 2-4

Michigan beats Penn State 3 times, 19-5, 8-7 and 14-2

Michigan beats Maryland, 10-4

Michigan sweeps Northwestern, 6-0, 3-0, and 7-3

Michigan sweeps Delaware, 6-2, 11-0 and 4-2

Michigan beats Central Michigan, 8-5

Michigan beats Michigan State, 12-3, 3-1, and 11-0

Michigan beats Western Michigan, 7-6

Michigan beats Oakland, 10-3

Michigan beats Bowling Green, 8-6, 10-7 and 5-4

Michigan Baseball reaches a new low with 3-8 loss to Lawrence Tech

Michigan loses two of three to Lipscomb, 16-11, 4-7, and 2-4

Michigan whips #8 Stanford, 5-0, after losing three times, 4-7,  2-3, and 0-7

Michigan loses to San Diego State, 3-4

Michigan loses to Cal Poly, 1-8

Michigan loses to Arizona, 9-5

Michigan loses to San Diego, 5-1

Michigan defeats with Army, 12-6, 3-4, and 7-3

Bakich to stay at Michigan with a new 5 year contract after flirting with South Carolina and Stanford

Michigan Baseball All-Americans: Jim Abbott, Adam Abraham, Jim Agemy, Jason Alcaraz, Carmen Benedetti, Patrick Biondi, Jim Burton, Casey Close, Coley Crank, Bryan Cranson, Don Eaddy, Scott Elam, Chris Fetter, Jake Fox, George Foussianes, Bill Freehan, Chris Fetter, Tim Flanelly, Chris Getz, Bruce Haynam, Steve Howe, Mike Ignasiak, Jeff Jacobson, Ted Kobrin, Barry Larkin, Palu Lepley, John Loncar, Rick Leach, Todd Marion, Mike Mervenal, William Meyer, Michael O'Neill, Jim Paciorek, Ross Powell, Zach Putnam, Nate Recknagel, Eric Rose, Chris Sabo, Bobby Scales, Dick Schryer, Brian Simmons, Barry Sinnery, Rich Stoll, Ken Tippery, Mike Watters, Nick Urban, Scott Weaver

Michigan Hall of Honor: Jim Abbott, Moby Benedict, Jack Blott, Steve Boros, David Campbell, Bud Chamberlain, Bob Chappuis, J. Daniel Cline, Casey Close, Bump Elliott, Forest Evashevski, Ray Fisher, Herman Fishman, Bill Freehan, Elmer Gedeon, Buck Giles, Bruce Haynam, Elroy Hirsch, Harry Kipke, Rick Leach, Don Lund, Ernie McCoy, Bill Mogk, David Nelson, Bennie Oosterbaan, Branch Rickey, Doug Roby, Dominic Tomasi, Jack Tomkins, Dick Wakefield, John Weisenburger, Francis Wistert

College Baseball Hall of Fame: Jim Abbott, Barry Larkin, Branch Rickey and George Sisler

Ted Sizemore

Carmen Benedetti named 1st Team All-American; Michigan's 1st in 27 years

Michigan Baseball: On The Way Back

Weekly Release-February 13, 2018

Ray Fisher Stadium

Michigan Baseball Records


2018 Statistics

Don Lund Celebrates 90th Birthday Don Lund Passes Away

Past Seasons 2001-2017

2017-2018 Michigan Baseball Yearbook and Record Book

Newcomers for 2017-2018 Part I Part II Part III

12 Newcomers for 2016-2017

Newcomers for 2015-2016

Recruits for 2014-2015

Recruits for 2013-2014 (Michigan Recruiting Class Ranked #20 Nationally, Best in the Big Ten) Baseball American on Michigan's Recruiting

Recruits for 2012-2013 (Darr added)

Recruits for 2011-2012

Recruits for 2010-2011
Recruits for 2009-2010
Recruits for 2008-2009

Recruits for 2007-2008

Head Coach: Erik Bakich

Wolverines in Major League Baseball (Selected in the Draft)

Assistant Coach: Sean Kenney
Assistant Coach: Nick Schabel Volunteer Coach: Aaron Etchison
Special Assistant Coach: Wayne Welton
Annual Team Record
Retired Numbers
Coaching History
Team Captains
NCAA Baseball Championships
NCAA Baseball Rulebook
NCAA Baseball Division I Champions
NCAA Baseball Division I Record Book
Wikipedia: College World Series
Wikipedia: Michigan Baseball
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Collegiate Baseball Newsletter
Baseball America Online
CBS Sportsline: College Baseball
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Michigan in Professional Baseball
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Conference Team NCAA Team Championships
PAC 12 USC 12
Big 12 Texas 6
PAC 12 Arizona State 5
ACC Miami-FL 4
n/a Cal.St.Fullerton 4
PAC 12 Arizona 4
Big 10 Minnesota 3
Big 10 Michigan 2
PAC 12 California 2
Big 12 Oklahoma 2
PAC 12 Stanford 2
PAC 12 Oregon State 2
Big 10 Ohio State 1
SEC Georgia 1
n/a Fresno State 1
n/a Holy Cross 1
Big 12 Missouri 1
ACC Wake Forest 1
SEC South Carolina 2
n/a Wichita State 1
n/a Rice 1





PAC 12


Coastal Carolina









Big 12 Oklahoma State 1

Michigan has the most appearances in the College World Series for the Big Ten with 7 (1953-84), Minnesota has 5 (1956-77), Ohio State has 4 (1951-67), Michigan State has one (1954), Iowa has one (1972), Wisconsin has one (1950), and Indiana has one (2013). Penn State had 5 appearances (1952-73), Nebraska had 3 appearances (2001-05), and Rutgers has one appearance (1950) before joining the Big Ten. The Big Ten has never had two teams make the College World Series. Western Michigan has the most CWS appearances from the MAC Conference with 6 (1952-63); Eastern Michigan had two appearances (1975-76).