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|Defense||19th||103.1 (8th)||251.9 (26th)|
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Jimenez had issues in the second inning when he gave up back-to-back singles to lead off the inning. Then after getting a flyout, Jimenez gave up an RBI double to Chris Carter.
Jimenez settled down after that, but had more problems in the seventh. Jimenez allowed two consecutive hitters to reach base safely, followed by a fielder's choice to plate a run. Then, he served up a two-run shot to Evan Gattis to tie the game.
Jimenez, who remains 3-3, struck out five with just one walk in his outing. He will look to bounce back Monday again against the Astros.
Speights is still rehabbing a right calf injury.
Speights is apparently progressing and did participate in on-court activities. If the Warriors advance to the finals, perhaps Speights could be available to play.
"He's got good experience, good stuff and all the ingredients to be a very capable Major League pitcher," executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette said.
Miranda will head to Florida to get in shape with an extended spring training and then report to Class A Frederick or Double-A Bowie.
"I was told that the Orioles have one of the best pitching coaches in the business and a great Minor League system," Miranda said, referring to Dave Wallace. "For me, it will be a great opportunity to play and help the Major League team as soon as possible."
The back injury, described as a tweak, is the reason Van Slyke wasn't available for Tuesday. Before being out of the starting lineup past two games, Van Slyke had started three of the past four.