The Rangers remained undefeated in June and clinched a four-game series in Cleveland with a second straight well-rounded effort.
Once more, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz provided the firepower, blasting about 900 feet worth of two-run homers. It was more than enough for Derek Holland, who went the distance for the first time this season in a shutout performance. He walked one and struck out five to improve to 5-1 in his first outing in his home state of Ohio.
The Rangers' fourth straight win was also their seventh shutout of the season, one short of the total they had in 2010.
* Ian Kinsler, the game's first batter, took Fausto Carmona to the warning track in left. After a base hit by Elvis Andrus, Hamilton hit a mammoth shot to right that was measured at 445 feet. Adrian Beltre ended the inning with a deep line drive that was caught in left field.
* The Indians hit Derek Holland hard to start the second, opening the frame with two singles. Shelley Duncan then hit a rope to Kinsler, who snared the line drive and threw to second in time for a 4-6 double play. Andrus then jumped high to rob Austin Kearns on a line drive that got Holland out of the jam.
* First-base umpire Tim Timmons dealt with his share of close plays all night. The Rangers' David Murphy was called safe on a play on a dribble to first in the third inning, even though replays showed Carlos Santana stepped on the bag in time. Beltre was called out in the next inning on a grounder to second, even though he appeared to beat the throw.
* Both the Rangers and Indians flashed the leather Saturday. Mitch Moreland ended the third inning with a diving stop to his right and a flip to Holland to retire Michael Brantley. In the ninth, Elvis Andrus bare-handed a chopper to get Duncan for the second out.
* Holland had retired 12 straight before walking No. 9 hitter Adam Everett in the sixth. The Indians would load the bases after Beltre misplayed an Asdrubal Cabrera grounder with heavy topspin, but Holland got Santana to ground out to third on a 3-2 slider.
* For the second straight night, Cruz gave the Rangers a 4-0 lead with a two-run homer in the seventh. He crushed it 440 feet to left field. Yorvit Torrealba followed with a single but was thrown out easily trying to steal second.
* Tommy Hunter threw 36 pitches for Triple-A Round Rock in his first rehab start since May 9. He went two innings, striking out one and allowing five hits -- including a home run -- and three earned runs with no walks.