3. Beckham at his best. It's starting to get ridiculous. Shortstop Tim Beckham comes home as one of the best players in baseball this month, batting .485/.507/.879 in 16 games since joining the Orioles. He has the best average in the majors this month and the fourth-highest OPS. He has added seven doubles, two triples, five homers and 12 RBIs, and has been held without a hit just once as an Oriole. He'll be looking to pick right up against Andrew Heaney, who returns from Tommy John elbow reconstruction for his first major league start since April 2016. Heaney had a 3.49 ERA in 18 starts in 2015.