By Dave Campbell Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS David Wells and the rest of the New York Yankees starting pitchers are reaping the benefits of playing with baseballs most potent offense. Its awesome to have, Wells said. You can go out there, and if you give up a few runs, youre still in the ballgame. Wells pitched a seven-hitter and got a lot more run support than he needed Monday after the New York Yankees routed the Minnesota Twins 15-1. Alfonso Soriano hit a grand slam and Nick Johnson homered twice for New York, which leads the majors in batting average (.302) and home runs (39). The Yankees completed their second straight season sweep of the Twins, and have outhomered them 31-3 during that span. Id like to give you my glove and let you try to face that lineup, Minnesota starter Rick Reed said after giving up a career-high 11 runs. Yes, the Twins were clearly happy to see the Yankees leave town after losing four straight at the Metrodome. We got lambasted, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. Were a long way from being in their league, from what I saw out there. Wells (3-0) fined $100,000 this spring by the team for his spicy autobiography titled Perfect Im Not! Boomer on Beer, Brawls, Backaches & Baseball improved the rotations record to 14-0. Thats the longest winning streak to start a season since 1900, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Dustan Mohr spoiled Wells shutout bid in the eighth with his second homer of the season, but by then it was too late. Erick Almonte had a career-high three hits and Raul Mondesi also went 3-for-4 for the Yankees, who pounded 14 hits and scored 38 runs in this series. The Yankees high-powered offense had scored in the first inning of each of the first three games of the series until Reed (1-3) struck out the side in first. Two errors cost him in the third, when Almonte doubled to center and moved up a base when Bobby Kielty bobbled the ball. Soriano hit a sharp grounder to third that Chris Gomez playing there for the first time in his career couldnt scoop and allowed Almonte to score. Johnson hit a two-run homer to make it 3-0, and it just got worse from there for Reed. He gave up 10 earned runs and 10 hits in 413 innings. Blue Jays 11, Red Sox 6 At Boston, Chris Woodward hit a two-run homer and Greg Myers homered and drove in four runs as the Red Sox had their seven-game winning streak snapped. The Blue Jays averted a sweep of the four-game series by winning for the second time in 12 games. Orioles 4, Devil Rays 0 At Baltimore, Rick Helling (1-1) allowed four hits in eight innings and Jerry Hairston homered off Steve Parris (0-2) to lead Baltimore. Baltimore won for the fifth time in six games in front of 18,017 fans the smallest crowd in Camden Yards 12-year history. Tampa Bay, which was blanked for the second time this season, has dropped six of seven.