OKLAHOMA CITY | Good decision to put Baylor’s Shaver Hansen in the cleanup spot.
Hansen, in that scenario for the first time this season, tied his season best with four runs batted in as No. 6 seed Baylor beat No. 3 Nebraska 10-4 in a Big 12 tournament baseball game Wednesday at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark.
The Bears, 32-24, broke open a close game with four runs in the seventh.
Nebraska, 39-13-1, fell behind 3-0. Left fielder Tyler Farst drove in three runs for the Huskers, who lost their fourth in a row.