(Minneapolis) Édouard Julien hit a seventh homer, but the Minnesota Twins were corrected 15-2 by the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday.
Quebecer Julien hit a solo homer in the sixth, five innings after his 10e double gave the Twins a 1-0 lead.
In 43 big league games, the second baseman batted .271, with seven homers and 13 RBIs.
Julien is averaging .462 in five games, with three guns and four RBIs.
Minnesota has also indicated that infielder Jorge Polanco could begin his rehabilitation next weekend. He would line up first with St. Paul, in the AAA.
Polanco hasn’t played since June 8, suffering a strain on the back of his left thigh.
The Twins will begin the second leg of their schedule on Friday in Oakland.
Anthony Santander hit two of six homers for the Orioles, who were winning a fifth straight game.
Aaron Hicks, Austin Hays, Ramón Urías and Adley Rutschman also scored four goals.
Kyle Gibson (9-6) struck out 11 in seven innings, allowing just two runs and three hits.