Baseball: Ohio Condition upsets rival Michigan in 10-5 victory

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Ohio Condition junior outfielder Dominic Canzone (33) models second base following a hit within the Ohio Condition-Michigan game on April 12.Oh

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Ohio Condition junior outfielder Dominic Canzone (33) models second base following a hit within the Ohio Condition-Michigan game on April 12.Ohio Condition defeated Michigan 10-5. Photo: Braden Moles Senior Reporter

The Ohio Condition baseball team performed the upset.

Ohio Condition (19-16, 3-4, Big Ten) opened up its three-game series against its rival No. 24 Michigan (23-10, 4-2, Big Ten) having a 10-5 win at Bill Davis Stadium.

Coming from two midweek wins against Ohio and Dayton, the Buckeyes stored the momentum entering Friday’s matchup from the Wolverines.

A homer in the top first from Michigan center fielder Jesse Franklin left Ohio Condition thrilled after he stomped on the dish after running the bases.

“There’s something which we feel in within our locker room, and it is known as karma,” Ohio Condition mind coach Greg Beals stated. “We have confidence in karma. Take proper care of the sport, do what you’re designed to do, have fun with respect.”

Next, the Buckeyes required the reins from the game and didn’t think back.

Ohio Condition junior right fielder Dominic Canzone recorded a triple towards the bottom from the third inning, eventually scoring on the sacrifice fly by senior second baseman Kobie Foppe. After going for a 2-1 lead within the third inning, Ohio Condition held charge throughout the sport.

Canzone would be a main issue with that offensive explosion. He recorded four hits in five at bats, hitting a solo homer, eighth of year, within the eighth inning.

Errors and ball mishandlings hurt Michigan through the game, recording two errors from the Buckeyes.

In the first rival matchup of his career, Ohio Condition newcomer pitcher Garrett Burhenn pitched 6.2innings, allowing three operates on six hits and 2 walks, striking out seven

“Garrett Burhenn the rookie, takes the ball on his first competition game and it was to the challenge,” Beals stated.

Ohio Condition sophomore designated hitter Brent Todys demonstrated to become a factor together with his bat, hitting his 4th homer of year within the fifth inning, scoring three.

Using the offense Ohio Condition demonstrated, Canzone was confident in the manner the Buckeyes performed within the first bet on the series.

“We just performed the very best game of the season and we have to still build off that because that’s Buckeye baseball immediately,” Canzone stated.

The Buckeyes continues the series at Bill Davis Stadium against Michigan on Saturday having a doubleheader beginning at 2:05 p.m.

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