Mike Flanagan pitched a five-hitter last night in shutting out the Blue Jays for the second time in two weeks and Wayne Krenchicki led a 17-hit offense by driving in three runs as the Baltimore Orioles won, 10-0, in Toronto.

It was Baltimore's second shutout in as many nights against Toronto, coming after Scott McGregor's three-hitter Wednesday night.

Flanagan (4-3), who shut out the Blue Jays on three hits April 30, checked them on two singles and two doubles this time and didn't allow a runner to reach third base until the ninth inning. He struck out three and did not walk a batter.

Krenchicki, who went three for five, doubled home two runs in the second inning and singled across a run in the fifth.

Baltimore opened the scoring in the first inning when Al Bumbry led off with a double, moved to third on a grounder and came home on Ken Singleton's double.

In the second, Gary Roenicke opened with a double, took third on Bob Bonner's infield hit and both runners scored on Krenchicki's double.

In the fourth, Rick Dempsey hit his second home run of the season and Krenchicki made it 5-0 and chased Toronto starter Jim Clancy (1-3) when he singled home Bonner, who had doubled.

The Orioles added a run in the fifth wne Eddie Murray singled and scored on Doug DeCinces' double.

Baltimore scored a run in the eighth on Bumbry's sacrifice fly and got three more in the ninth on Murray's two-run homer, his second of the season, and Dempsey's RBI double.