Michigan baseball will play for a B1G Tournament title Sunday, racing past Iowa with a blowout win on the back of a big 7th inning.

Already up 4-1, the Wolverines were able to load the bases in the top of the 7th with one out. That brought Tito Flores to the plate looking for some insurance runs.

Flores delivered, roping a 2-run double down the left-field line to make it 6-1:

After reloading the bases, Ted Burton provided another big blow. He lined a double of his own into the left-field corner that cleared the bases to make it 9-1 Michigan:

Michigan would find a way to load the bases one more time ahead of Clark Elliott who dropped a fly ball into left field just outside the stretch of a diving Hawkeye. It led to a bases-clearing triple for the Wolverines:

When it was all said and done, Michigan ended the inning with a 13-1 lead and a 9-run frame. It was more than enough for the run-rule win with the Wolverines.

On the mound, Connor O’Halloran and Cameron Weston combined for 7 innings of just 1 unearned run. Weston closed out the game with 3 shutout innings and 6 strikeouts with just 1 walk.

Now, Michigan will face Rutgers for the championship Sunday evening.