Carmen Benedetti has given Michigan a boost on the mound and at the plate.

Momentum has been on the Wolverines’ side lately, as they ride a six-game win streak into their first conference games of the year.

The Michigan baseball team topped Central Michigan 9-7 on Tuesday.

The Wolverines defeated Central Michigan on Tuesday, 9-7.

The Michigan baseball team's offense carried it to victory on Tuesday.

Junior right fielder Johnny Slater, who made his first home start of the season, made a powerful impression when he crushed the ball for a two-run double off the left center field wall in the second inning.

Carmen Benedetti and Michigan continue their five-game home stand Tuesday against Central Michigan.

Michigan defeated the Chippewas in the two games the teams played against each other last year, 5-3 and 6-5, respectively.

Cody Bruder's game-winning single lifted Michigan to a series sweep of Illinois-Chicago.

Bruder nailed a 1-1 pitch up the middle to drive junior Carmen Benedetti home for the game-winning run.

The 23rd-ranked Wolverines continued their momentum to win both games on the day.

 Senior catcher Harrison Wenson in Saturday's home opener.

The 23rd-ranked Wolverines used a six-run eighth inning to propel themselves to a 10-2 victory over Illinois-Chicago.

The Daily breaks down the teams that will compete for the coveted Big Ten title.

Evan Hill should again be one of the mainstays in Michigan's rotation.

While the Michigan baseball team lost some firepower from last year’s offense that won the Big Ten Tournament, there is still considerable talent on the roster.

Harrison Wenson is realizing his potential as a junior, and now he hopes to be a leader for Michigan as it contends for a Big Ten title.

Through a steady approach on the field and endless work ethic this season, Wenson has avoided the mental peaks and valleys, which has taken his game to the next level.