Jose Berrios got all the run support he would need when Brian Dozier led off Sunday's game with a home run as the Twins went on to blank the Orioles 7-0.
Dozier would homer again, as would Eduardo Escobar and Miguel Sano, who homered in Saturday's win, too.
Berrios, meanwhile, kept the Twins starting staff red-hot with a complete-game shutout. The right-hander allowed just 3 hits and 1 walk while striking out 6.
Berrios' gem comes on the heels of Kyle Gibson's 6 hitless innings on Saturday and Jake Odorizzi's 6-inning, 2-hit gem.
Through three games, Minnesota's starters have allowed a combined 5 hits and zero runs in 21 innings.
The Twins start a two-game series in Pittsburgh on Monday before returning to Minneapolis for their Home Opener Thursday against the Mariners.