The Minnesota Twins will travel to Cleveland to begin a three-game series with the Indians on Tuesday. The teams are currently fourth and fifth in the American League Central with Cleveland one game ahead of the Twins.
Minnesota has lost three-straight games, but has won 10 of 15 games against the Indians this season. P.J. Walters will start for the Twins, looking for his first win since May 22. Walters has lost his last three decisions including his last start where he allowed six runs over four innings against the Kansas City Royals.
The Twins will face David Huff who is making his first Major League start of the season. Huff is 3-5 in nine career starts against the Twins. He's posted a 5.26 ERA over 49-2/3 innings against Minnesota.
First pitch on Tuesday is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET.