This game went well last time and now Ryan only needs to finish seven innings.
Game one has two right-handed starters and game two has two left-handed starters. Both of their ERAs start with a 6 and are closer to starting with a 7 than a 5. Naturally one team won't be able to score at all this game.
Ryan makes his second start tonight and the Twins hope to make it four wins in a row and win the series. Cleveland is also at 68-68 so another lose would put them back under .500. They topped out at 10 wins above .500 a couple times, last on June 24 in a win against the Twins. They then lost two, won once, and lost nine times to back to .500. They've since been at best three games over .500 and at worst three games under .500.