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View the 2014 All-Big Ten baseball teams & award winners

The Big Ten on Tuesday announced the 2014 baseball All-Big Ten Teams and individual award winners, as voted by the conference’s coaches. Indiana’s Sam Travis was the unanimous choice for Player of the Year, teammate Joey DeNato garnered Pitcher of the Year accolades and Tracy Smith was tabbed Coach of the Year, while Ohio State’s Tanner Tully took home Freshman of the Year honors. The complete list of All-Big Ten teams and award winners can be found below. — BigTen.org [ MORE: Read full release at BigTen.org ] ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM C – KYLE SCHWARBER, IND 1B – SAM

Video: Watch Saturday's Big Ten baseball highlights

Looking for the top plays from Saturday’s Big Ten baseball action? We clipped all of the highlight packages from Saturday’s games and posted them here. Check out all the highlights in this post. [ MORE: Get Big Ten baseball recaps ] Ohio State 5, Northwestern 2 Indiana 8, Minnesota 0 Nebraska 7, Illinois 4 Kansas 8, Michigan 2 Other Big Ten baseball scores Purdue 6, Iowa 4 Michigan State 7, Penn State 6  

Video: Watch Sunday's Big Ten baseball highlights

Looking for the top plays from Sunday’s Big Ten baseball action? We clipped all of the highlight packages from Sunday’s games and posted them here. Watch the highlights in this post. [ MORE: Get Big Ten baseball recaps | Get Big Ten softball recaps ] Michigan 4, Ohio State 1 Minnesota 4, Purdue 3 Other Big Ten baseball scores *Indiana 9, Penn State 2 Nebraska 4, Michigan State 1 Illinois 4, Iowa 2 Northwestern 4, SIU Edwardsville 1 * With its 9-2 victory over Penn State on Sunday, Indiana (35-12, 19-2 Big Ten) claimed at least a share of the

BTN to televise nine spring championships in May

CHICAGO – BTN is the home for complete coverage of Big Ten spring championships in May and will televise events in the sports of baseball, softball, men’s and women’s golf, rowing, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. In all, BTN will offer more than 50 hours of coverage. Broadcast coverage of Big Ten spring championships begins with the Big Ten Women’s Golf Championships at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 7. The Big Ten Men’s Golf Championships will air at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 14. Both will be televised from French Lick,

BTN LiveBIG: Will To Live inspiring teammates

There is no “I” in team and John Trautwein can tell you that. His oldest child, Will Trautwein, was an exceptional 15-year-old son. He was a strong lacrosse player, talented guitarist and sincere friend who was quick to recognize the good in everyone. But on October 15, 2010 the Trautwein family lost Will to suicide at the family’s Atlanta-area home. With no prior signs of mental illness or depression, the Trautwein family was devastated. A former Northwestern baseball captain and major league pitcher with the Boston Red Sox, John Trautwein was familiar with the family element that good teammates offer

Big Ten baseball recap: Huskers walk-off again

It was a busy and exciting day on the Big Ten diamond Sunday. Nebraska beat Ohio State, 2-1, on its second two-out walk-off win over the Buckeyes in as many days. This time, Tanner Lubach sent the Huskers to the win, a decision that wrapped up a series sweep. Catch up on all of Sunday’s action in this post. NEBRASKA 2, OHIO STATE 1 | RECAP It was quite the weekend for Nebraska (19-13, 4-2 Big Ten), which completed its Big Ten-opening homestand on Sunday with another dramatic walk-off victory. For the second straight day the Huskers plated the winning

BTN to air record number of baseball, softball games

CHICAGO – BTN will offer its most extensive baseball and softball coverage ever, with over 240 events airing on BTN, BTN2Go and the Big Ten Digital Network (BTDN) for the 2014 season. BTN’s television coverage of Big Ten baseball begins with the third game of a three-game series between Indiana and Michigan. Coverage begins at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday from Bloomington. Last season, Indiana won both the Big Ten Championship and Tournament, and advanced to the College World Series, becoming the first Big Ten squad to reach Omaha since Michigan in 1984. BTN’s television coverage of Big Ten softball

Photo: Visual proof of B1G branding with Yankees

It’s no secret, the Big Ten is serious about expanding its brand and footprint eastward. The additions of Maryland and Rutgers, both of which officially join the conference July 1, were proof of that. So, too, was the eight-year bowl agreement with New York Yankees and New Era Pinstripe Bowl – a set-up that includes a significant Big Ten branding presence in Yankee Stadium. We saw the first visual proof of the branding presence during the Yankees’ home exhibition game vs. Boston on Tuesday afternoon. Check it out: Check out the ad on the backstop at @Yankees spring training facility.

Big Ten baseball tourney expands to eight teams

For the first time the Big Ten Baseball Tournament will feature eight teams starting this season when the tourney is in Nebraska. The games will be played at May 21 to 25 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, the same field that hosts the College World Series. The tournament’s double-elimination format ends with a single championship game on Sunday, with the winner earning the tournament title and the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. All eight teams will begin play in one of two brackets, with the No. 1, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 8 seeds appearing in

Gordon, Perkins make 2013 MLB All-Star Game

The rosters for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game were announced Saturday night, and a pair of Big Ten products made the cut. Former Minnesota pitcher Glen Perkins, now with the Minnesota Twins, and ex-Nebraska 3B Alex Gordon, now with the Kansas City Royals, both first-time representatives, were named to the Midsummer Classic at 8 p.m. ET July 16 at Citi Field. [ FoxSports.com: View the 2013 AL Team | And the NL Team ] To EVERYONE who has written me tonite, thank you. I am beyond humbled. But mostly this is for you, Minnesota. I am #OneOfYou — Glen Perkins