Shortstop J.J. Hardy (wrist) won't be ready to return when he's eligible to come off the 60-day disabled list on Aug. 18, but Showalter said the team is hoping it's not too long after. "He's progressing right on schedule. He did his work today, and getting a little better every day," Showalter said. "I know he's taking a lot of dry swings, and he's not having soreness there." … Right-hander Ubaldo Jiménez is on track to make his next start after a batted ball hit him on the right leg Friday night. It was the same spot he was hit last month in Minnesota, which was the bigger problem than this contact. "He'll be fine," Showalter said. "The one thing about Ubaldo, this guy posts up." ... Shortstop Tim Beckham's 11-game hitting streak to begin his Orioles career is the longest since Eric Byrnes matched that feat from July 30 to Aug. 10, 2005. The club record belongs to David Newhan, who had hits in his first 15 Orioles games in 2004.