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COLLEGE BASEBALL: MAR 21 Nebraska at Cal State Bakersfield Photo by David Dennis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

So, we are still waiting on the Big Ten baseball schedule. It has been floated that we should know soon. It has also been eluded to that it will be similar to the Big Ten softball schedule. Also, that there will probably not be a Big Ten Tournament.

Again, we don’t know yet.

What we do know is that it will be a conference only season. Making it really really really really tough to make the NCAA regionals unless you win the conference.

The other power conferences are not being as stringent as the Big Ten in regards to baseball. Thus bringing up the argument of, does the Big Ten even care about baseball?

Grand scheme of things, I believe they do but to a much lesser scale than many other conferences.

So, today’s poll is “Does the Big Ten Care about baseball?”. Vote and give us your opinions below.

Poll

Does the Big Ten Care about baseball?

This poll is closed

  • 93%
    No
    (105 votes)
  • 6%
    Yes
    (7 votes)
112 votes total Vote Now

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