Where will offense come from?
The Minnesota Twins don’t have a great offense. They actually have a negative run differential despite being in first place, mainly because of several blow out losses.
Miguel Sano is their biggest offensive player, hitting .304 with 10 HRs, 34 RBIs and 28 runs. No one else on the team has more than 20 runs or RBIs, or more than five home runs. In addition, the next best better after Sano is DH Robbie Grossman, who is hitting .268.
Jimenez is no stranger to facing the Twins from his time in Cleveland. He has a 5-3 record with a 2.49 ERA in 10 starts against them.
The Orioles will hope he can carry that success into the game and work to bring his ERA down, while also continuing to give the bullpen a breather that has come from the last few starts.
Bundy will look to rebound from his worst start of the year, while Tillman will look to carry his best start on into Wednesday’s matinee.