Big Ten Baseball Tournament - Game 4 Live Blog

May 21, 2009

FINAL: Indiana 12, Minnesota 3

7:13 p.m.: A thoughtful gesture by the Indiana dugout, who just tossed a ball to a young fan.

7:08 p.m.: Last chance for Minnesota who trails 12-3 as we go to the last of the ninth.

6:55 p.m.: As Matt Carr comes on in relief of Drew Leininger, Kyle Knudson rocks a two-run double to make it 11-3 with one out and two runners in scoring position.

6:51 p.m.: Minnesota gets on the board on an RBI single by Mike Kvasnicka, making it 11-1 in the bottom of the eighth.

6:38 p.m.: Indiana gets three more, including two on an RBI hit from Tyler Rogers, making it a 10-0 ballgame.

6:20 p.m.: A large crowd is continuing to filter in. The atmosphere for every game in the tournament has been great, but with Ohio State playing in front of the Columbus fans tonight, it should be exceptionally exciting!

6:05 p.m.: Indiana makes it 7-0 on another RBI single from Kipp Schutz.

5:53 p.m.: Handran is chased for the game after giving up six runs on 11 hits. Austin Lubinsky on to pitch for the Gophers.

5:35 p.m.: Nick O'Shea breaks up Bashore's bid for the no-hitter with a shot to center in the fifth. Still 6-0 Indiana as we head to the sixth.

5:27 p.m.: We're through four at Huntington Park and Indiana still holds the 6-0 lead. Bashore is dominant on the mound for Indiana.

4:56 p.m.: Back-to-back doubles by Phegley and Freshman of the Year Alex Dickerson make it 6-0. The Hoosiers have eight hits on Handran and the Gophers are warming in the pen.

4:50 p.m.: Lambert gets his second hit of the day, this time an RBI double down the left-field line, making it 3-0 Hoosiers.

4:47 p.m.: Minnesota players draw two walks but can't push anything across in the home half of the first.



4:29 p.m.: Indiana jumps out to a 2-0 lead on RBI singles by Josh Phegley and Kipp Schutz.

4:18 p.m.: The first offering from Handran goes for a base hit up the middle off the bat of Brian Lambert.

4:06 p.m.: About 10 minutes away from first pitch. Matt Bashore will be on the hill for the Hoosiers, while Chauncy Handran will toe the rubber for the Golden Gophers.