P.J. Walters held the Tigers to two runs on seven hits and five walks in six innings of work on Sunday, but got stuck with a no-decision as his bullpen blew a lead in Minnesota’s 4-3 loss at home.
Walters struck out four in his fourth straight quality start since joining the Twins rotation. The 27-year-old Walters has obviously been a breath of fresh air for the Twins’ struggling rotation, but his minor-league numbers didn’t suggest he’d be a future quality-start machine in the big leagues. It’s time to sell high if you’re an AL-only league owner. Walters will get the Indians in Cleveland on Saturday.