CHICAGO -- The Minnesota Twins knew they were playing in a park that gives up home runs.
They ended up hitting 11 of them, accounting for all 19 runs in their weekend series against the Chicago White Sox.
"It sure seems we missed a lot of opportunities, but we did put the ball in the seats," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "As we said coming into this series, in this ballpark, the ball flies. If you get a hold of it pretty decent, it's going to go out."
The Twins took three of four games in the series and have won nine of 12 against the White Sox this season.
Minnesota has scored 23 of its 28 runs during its current road trip via home run, but the Twins are 7 for 62 with runners in scoring position during that stretch.
"If you look at our runners in scoring position in this series, I don't think Major League Baseball thought you could do that either," Gardenhire said. "But we'll take the home runs if that's the way we have to score runs right now, as long as we're winning ballgames."
Mauer is hitting .351 in 64 career games at U.S. Cellular Field.
Correia (8-8) struck out seven, tying a season high. He allowed five hits and one walk in his second scoreless outing of the season.
"Early in the year, I had a lot more smoother innings where I was getting deeper in the game," Correia said. "I'm trying to get back to firing a lot of strikes and getting quicker outs."
Jose Quintana (6-4) gave up five runs in five innings. That's the most runs he's permitted since giving up six on April 5 against Seattle.
Quintana is 0-2 with a 9.15 ERA in four career starts against the Twins. The White Sox have scored three runs or fewer in 17 of his 24 starts.
"It's kind of the same old story with him," Dunn said. "He keeps us in every single ballgame and one inning got him."
Dunn hit his 27th homer and Gillaspie had his 10th.