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IU (18-20, 8-3) travels to Ann Arbor, Mich., on Friday for the
beginning of a three-game series against the Wolverines (22-17, 5-7).
Down 0-1 against Michigan, the IU baseball team seemed destined to relinquish a Big Ten series in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Visitors to the Indiana baseball locker room are greeted by a nearly bare casing – one in which only two teams are honored.
The more prominently placed of the two displays is the Hoosiers’ 1949
Co-Big Ten Champions, providing a window into IU’s past in more ways
Matt Carr made it into the fifth inning before the seams ripped off a makeshift midweek pitching lineup.
Sometimes, teams are just overmatched; ask Western Illinois, which was dominated in all aspects of Wednesday’s 17-2 loss to the Hoosiers at Sembower Field.
When the Hoosiers take the field this weekend against Purdue in West Lafayette, one thing will be on their minds: getting even. Not only are the Boilermakers major rivals, but they were
also the team to end IU’s storied run in the Big Ten tournament last
Standing in a crouched position, his hands tickling the air, Evan Crawford’s eyes are fixed on the opposing pitcher.
Crawford takes off after he sees the pitcher’s high-arching leg, a sign
of an imminent thrust into his delivery. Within an instant, he safely
slides into another stolen base.
Down 3-2 in the eighth inning Sunday against Purdue, junior outfielder
Evan Crawford stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and two outs.
The 22-24 Hoosiers are placed fourth in conference and looking for a sweep to push them closer toward the top of the Big Ten pack.
When IU senior outfielder and New York native Chris Hervey stepped foot on the Bloomington campus for the first time, he described it as a “culture shock.” Four years later, there is no place he would rather be.
Three words define a baseball game: win, loss or rain.
Kipp Schutz made a splash in his hometown of Evansville on Tuesday.
Hot with a four-game winning streak, the Hoosiers will welcome a Spartan team that has gone cold with three straight losses.
IU wanted to maximize its conference standing and provide key players
with rest heading into this week’s Big Ten Tournament, and it
accomplished both goals by winning two of three games against Michigan
State to end the regular season Saturday.
A pair of juniors helped the Hoosiers to their second consecutive Big Ten tournament appearance last week.
IU took an early lead and never looked back Wednesday afternoon during its 9-1 victory against Purdue in its first Big Ten Tournament game.
During tee-ball and Texas playoffs, Bellaire High School (Bellaire, Texas) graduate Trace Knoblauch lives for baseball.
An IU baseball team that two years ago had collectively never seen Big
Ten Tournament action is making things look pretty easy so far in this
A 13-3 victory Friday night against No. 1-seeded Ohio State puts the
Hoosiers in Saturday’s championship game, and means they would have to
lose twice in the double-elimination Big Ten Tournament to lose out on
the conference crown.
With aggressive bats, dominant arms and a remarkably relaxed demeanor,
coach Tracy Smith’s IU baseball team rose to the top of the Big Ten on
Saturday night, defeating Minnesota 13-2.