Baseball Super Regional Rained Out

After winning its first regional championship since the 1984 season, the Michigan baseball team was scheduled to open Super Regional play in Corvallis, Ore., against the defending National Champion Oregon State Beavers. Rain altered that plan and game one of the best-of-three Super Regional is now scheduled for Sunday afternoon on ESPN. 1:00 PDT is scheduled as the time for the first pitch.

With a regional title in the rear-view mirror for the first time since 1984, the Wolverine nation has been patiently awaiting Michigan's first ever Super Regional for the past four days.

After inclement weather in Corvallis, Ore., they'll have to wait one more day.

Game one of the Wolverines Super Regional, scheduled for 12:00 PDT on Saturday afternoon, has been postponed until 1:00 PDT on Sunday due to poor weather conditions on the Oregon State campus. ESPN will have live coverage of the event.

Sophomore pitcher Zach Putnam will start game one for the Wolverines.

Oregon State, the defending national champion, sits at 42-18 on the season and entered the NCAA Tournament as the No. 3 seed in the Charlottesville Regional.

Game two of the series is scheduled for Monday at either 1 p.m. or 4 p.m. PDT.

Should the series go to game three, it is scheduled at a time to be announced on Tuesday.

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