The Twins made the move Tuesday before their game at Detroit, recalling left-hander Taylor Rogers from Rochester for help for the staff.
Berrios gave up 17 earned runs in 15 innings with 12 walks and 20 strikeouts in his major league debut, including recording only two outs Monday against the Tigers. The 21-year-old Berrios is Minnesota's top pitching prospect.
The Twins will need to decide on a starter for their game against Toronto on Saturday, when Berrios' next turn in the rotation would be up.
Rogers, also a rookie, made one relief appearance for the Twins last month.