Despite a rain-shortened Wednesday, Day 2 of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament rolled on Thursday in Bloomington, Ind. Get scores, highlights and streaming information here.
With the first two days filled with wild weather and one extra-inning beauty, the 2017 Big Ten Baseball Tournament continued Friday at Bart Kaufman Field in Bloomington, Indiana, with four more games. Get the full upcoming schedule and updates here. Stream every game here and watch full replays on BTN2Go. Catch up on all of Friday’s scores, stats and highlights below. Game 7: No. 7 Northwestern 11, No. 3 Minnesota 7 BOX | RECAP | VIDEO *** Game 8: Nebraska vs. Iowa BOX | RECAP | VIDEO … *** Game 9: Indiana vs. TBD BOX | RECAP | VIDEO … *** Game 10: Maryland
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The 2017 Big Ten Baseball Tournament got underway Wednesday morning at Bart Kaufman Field in Bloomington, Indiana. Catch up on all of the first day's scores, stats and highlights and get an updated schedule for the rest of the tourney.
The first week kicks off with a bang with 13 games, including Ohio State at Indiana on Thursday night, involving all 14 teams. And there are several great clashes to whet the appetite and set the table for 2017.
Wednesday is the deadline for players who declared for the 2017 NBA Draft, without hiring an agent, to withdraw their names and return to school. While several former Big Ten stars are off to the draft early, a handful will return to school for at least one more year.