Dominican starter Bartolo Colon worked five full innings and with backup from two home runs he led the Texas Rangers to a 13-4 win over the Chicago White Sox.
Colón (5-5) worked five innings, accepted seven hits, home runs and three runs on the way to victory.
The Dominican left in 4.76 his average of effectiveness after facing 24 batters with 79 throws, 56 of them were perfect.
First baseman Joey Gallo (20) and ranger Ryan Rua (4) supported him by connecting homers.
For the White Sox the Venezuelan Ranger Avisail Garcia (4) blew the whistle in the seventh inning, with no runners ahead, when there were two outs in the inning.
The defeat was carried by starter Carlos Rodón (1-3) in five and a third episodes, accepting six hits, two homers and five runs.