2. Rotation watch: With Jimenez pitching as well as he is and Chris Tillman scheduled to return Sunday during the next trip through the rotation, Yovani Gallardo's starting job could be in jeopardy if the Orioles don't turn to a six-man rotation. That means tonight's start is a big one. Gallardo hasn't been as awful as his 5.62 ERA indicates. In 15 starts since returning from the disabled list on June 18, he has allowed more than four runs only twice and has pitched at least five innings 12 times. If you take away his two worst starts during that 15-outing stretch, his ERA since coming back from the DL drops by more than a run from 5.31 to a more respectable 4.23 -- just a tick above the league average this season (4.21). He has been pitching deeper of late as well, with six of his past nine starts going at least six innings. However, Jimenez, Tillman, Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman aren't likely to be unseated. And Wade Miley, the only other struggling starter, is left-handed. It will be worth watching to see if Gallardo ramps it up before the rotation gets a bit overcrowded.