Michigan baseball beats Illinois to win the Big Ten Tournament.

Michigan's baseball team has added at least two more days to its schedule.

The sixth-seeded Wolverines rebounded Wednesday at Omaha's Charles Schwab Field.

Following falling 13-3 to No. 3 seed Iowa in its Big Ten Tournament debut on Tuesday, with a 6-3 victory over No. 7 seed Illinois. 

They advance in the double-elimination round and will face the loser of the No. 2 seed Indiana and Iowa on Friday.

If Michigan (27-27) wins four games in a row, the Big Ten will gain an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

It scored five runs in the third inning to grab an early 5-0 lead over Illinois (25-27). It received five hits.

First baseman Jack Van Remortel hit his sixth home run of the season, and second baseman Ted Burton drove in three runs.

Rennard exited the game with two runners on and two runs in. Left-hander Jacob Denner entered and gave up an RBI single but otherwise dominated the game.