Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Toth back at Michigan



ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Lorain’s Anthony Toth is back playing baseball at the University of Michigan.

Toth, who grew up in Lorain, but played high school baseball at St. Ignatius, is coming off a red-shirt sophomore season.

So far this season, Toth has started in all 28 games, mostly at shortstop. He is batting .323 (31-for-96) with five doubles and 15 RBIs. He has also stolen three bases.

He made four starts his freshman year at second base, and had an RBI single in his first career at bat. He also hit his first career triple against Eastern Michigan.

At St. Ignatius, he was named to the second-team All-Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference as a senior. His high school highlight was defeating arch rival St. Edwards, 6-1, in the District Championship game.

His greatest sports memory is throwing no-hitter at age 14 in AABC state championship game.

Michigan is currently 18-10, including 3-3 in the Big Ten.
swalker@MorningJournal.com




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1 Comments:

OpenID formerlyanonymous said...

He plays for the NY Giants.. or IBM? Big Blue? What?

Actually he's tearing it up since his move to the bottom of the order. He's acting as lead off man for the top of the order and working his fair share of walks. Invaluable to the team.

Go Blue!

April 7, 2009 at 4:03 PM 

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