Five Home Games in Six-Day Stretch

    Go Hoosiers! Brian Wilhite
    Go Hoosiers!
    Brian Wilhite
    Go Hoosiers!

    April 22, 2013

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Bart Kaufman Field will play host to five games in a six-day stretch, starting with the #17 Hoosiers (29-8, 8-4 Big Ten) facing Eastern Kentucky (14-23) and Indiana State (17-17) for midweek contests on Tuesday (Apr. 23) and Wednesday (Apr. 24). Both non-conference showdowns are scheduled for 6:05 pm start times EDIT: Tuesday's game moved up to a 5 pm start). Indiana then remains home for the weekend as Michigan (22-16, 8-4 Big Ten) rolls into town for a weekend series (Friday-6:05 pm, Saturday-4:30 pm, Sunday-1:05 pm).

    Tuesday, April 23 - 6:05 pm EST vs. Eastern Kentucky • Live Stats
    Fr., RHP Christian Morris (1-1, 3.63) vs. Jr., RHP Matt Lynch (0-3, 8.25)

    Wednesday, April 24 - 6:05 pm EST vs. Indiana State • Live Stats
    TBD vs. r-Sr., RHP Tyler Fehringer (1-1, 4.61)

    The Big Ten Network visits Bart Kaufman Field for the first time, broadcasting Saturday's game live to a national audience. Mother Nature ruined two previous home games set to be aired on BTN. Meanwhile, will provide an audio broadcast (free) for Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; and a video stream (fee) for Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. GameTracker live stats will be available for all games.

    Fans can also track the team's progress on Twitter. Follow the official team account (@IUBaseballNews) for news, notes, nuggets and in-game updates. Also follow head coach Tracy Smith (@HoosierBaseball).

    The Big Ten Conference has five teams in the RPI top-50 entering this week. Indiana leads the way at #14, followed by: Michigan State (#25), Nebraska (#36), Ohio State (#38) and Illinois (#49).



    The Hoosier lineup is potent and deep, leading to Indiana sitting atop of every major offensive statistical offensive category in the Big Ten. Don't sleep on the pitching, however, as the Hoosier hurlers' 2.42 team earned run average is also tops in the conference. For the "only thing that matters is wins and losses" crowd, don't fret. Indiana's 29-8 record (.784) is also the B1G's best.


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