Big Ten spring football:  Offseason of change welcomes two more

  • by: Joe Christensen , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 23, 2014 - 12:30 PM

The Big Ten wraps up spring prac­tice Sat­ur­day, when I­o­wa, Rut­gers and Mich­i­gan State hold their annu­al spring games. It’ll be a new-look con­fer­ence this fall, with the ad­di­tion of Mar­y­land and Rut­gers, giv­ing the league 14 teams split into East and West di­vi­sions. Here’s a glance at where each team stands now and how that might change by this fall:

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Texas - N. Martinez 12:05 PM
NY Yankees - C. Sabathia
Seattle - J. Paxton 12:07 PM
Toronto - M. Buehrle
NY Mets - M. Harvey 3:05 PM
Pittsburgh - A. Burnett
Philadelphia - C. Hamels 3:05 PM
Washington - S. Strasburg
Houston - L. McCullers 3:08 PM
Detroit - K. Lobstein
Cincinnati - A. DeSclafani 3:10 PM
Cleveland - C. Kluber
San Francisco - C. Heston 3:10 PM
Colorado - J. Lyles
Milwaukee - M. Fiers 3:10 PM
Atlanta - S. Miller
Minnesota - T. May 3:10 PM
Chicago WSox - C. Sale
Oakland - K. Graveman 3:10 PM
Tampa Bay - N. Karns
St. Louis - J. Lackey 6:15 PM
Kansas City - E. Volquez
Baltimore - M. Wright 6:15 PM
Miami - D. Haren
LA Angels - C. Wilson 6:15 PM
Boston - S. Wright
San Francisco - Y. Petit 8:10 PM
Colorado - D. Hale
Chicago Cubs - J. Arrieta 9:10 PM
Arizona - R. De La Rosa
San Diego - I. Kennedy 9:10 PM
Los Angeles - M. Bolsinger
Golden State 8:00 PM
Houston
Anaheim 7:00 PM
Chicago
Portland 4:00 PM
Toronto FC
D.C. 6:30 PM
New England
FC Dallas 7:00 PM
Montreal
Vancouver FC 8:00 PM
Colorado
New York City 9:00 PM
Real Salt Lake
Sporting Kansas City 9:00 PM
Seattle

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