Ben Revere(Come home Benny!). The outfield walls look like both Jacobs Field(because really..I'm not calling it whatever it is now.) and Target Field. But judging by this - Cleveland Indians Home/Away jersey info, this was in Cleveland. So, checking both Revere's and Cabrera's BRef pages, both being in the lineup, these happened 8 times in 2012. June 1-3rd, August 6-8, and September 18-19th.
June 1st, Revere went 0-4 in a nasty lopsided affair, three ground ball outs, and a fly ball caught in center. August 8th, Revere went 0-5, with two ground outs, a strikeout, a fly ball caught in center(again...). September 19th, Revere was a defensive replacement late in the game(bottom 9th), and never batted in the Twins 6-4 victory.
Taking these out, there are five dates that this photo could have come from, June 2-3rd, August 6-7th, and September 18th. On June 2nd, all the starting Twins had a hit except Jamey Carroll. While Revere did reach 2nd in the 1st inning, it wasn't a close play as Joe Mauer hit a ground ball past the defense, and Justin Morneau would drive him in later in the inning. Following consecutive ground outs, Revere would reach base in the 9th on a wild pitch, and even get thrown out as part of a double play, but Cabrera started the play, and was not covering second. June 2nd - eliminated.
The next day, June 3rd, Revere only went 1-5, with one walk, several ground outs and a strikeout. In the 7th after consecutive ground outs to the pitcher, Revere hit a "bunt" on the first base/pitcher side and was called safe on the play. He wound up stealing second, and was doubled in by Josh Willingham'mer. In his last at-bat of the day, he ground out to second. June 3rd - eliminated.
After a strikeout looking on August 6th, Benny blooped a single to center, scoring Carroll and advancing Denard Span to third. Mauer drove him in, in the next at-bat. No dice here, but the Twins did light up Cleveland pitching for 10 runs in the inning! In the fourth, Revere hit a single, and was the duck on the pond for Morneau's 200th homer! In the sixth, he singled, and Mauer drove him in with a double, and in his last at-bat of the night he would end up at third after a single, Mauer's single, and advancing on Willingham's grounder out. August 6th - eliminated.
We're getting closer, on August 7th, Revere singled in the 1st, took second on Mauer's walk and would score on Morneau's deep center single. After a foul fly ball out, Revere was walked, and was part of a double play(!), one that went second, to the shortstop covering second(Cabrera!!), to first(!!!). 4-6-3, we may have a winner. He finished the game with three ground outs. August 7th - Likely/Possible!
Finally September 18th, Ben only hit 1-5, with both a walk and a strike out. In the first he had a bunt hit, advanced to 3rd on Mauer's single and scored on a Morneau fly out. Two grounders, a K looking, and another ground out, Revere was walked in the 11th. Except Mauer couldn't beat out a infield single and was thrown out at first to end the inning. In the 12th, the Twins would break the tie-game, and despite Glen Perkins allowing a homer to Carlos Santana, the game was finished. Twins win 6-5.