Seattle has now hit 22 home runs during Spring Training, the most of any team in either the Grapefruit or Cactus League.
The Mariners' offense was more than just a product of home runs, with Mike Zunino and Brendan Ryan also netting extra base hits.
Seattle also received a strong performance from Joe Saunders as the left-handed starter threw two innings and allowed just one hit.
Rangers starter Justin Grimm was hoping to bounce back from a forgettable performance earlier this spring, but was unable to keep the ball low in the zone and got hit hard throughout afternoon.
In 2 2/3 innings of work, Grimm allowed six runs and gave up six hits, five of which resulted in extra bases.
While Grimm's performance was not what the Rangers hoped it would be, the debuts of Joe Nathan and Engel Beltre were smooth.
Nathan pitched one inning, allowed one hit and no runs.
"Today was a good day to go out there, kind of get those nerves a little bit, game nerves, but still go out there and make sure you're throwing strikes and working on some things that you might want to incorporate into the season," Nathan said. "It feels like I'm on pace to do what I need to now in March and stay on a schedule to get somewhere around the nine, 10, 11, 12-inning mark and be ready for Opening Day."
Beltre, who had been limited by a left shoulder, finished 1-for-3, including an RBI triple down the right field line, but also grounded into a double play with the bases loaded.
Lance Berkman, playing in back-to-back games for the first time this spring, also had an RBI single.
Up next: The Mariners will have quite a few interesting arms on the docket when they take on Colorado on Monday at Peoria Sports Complex. Veteran Jon Garland will get the start, and prized prospects Danny Hultzen and Taijuan Walker are both expected to pitch in relief. Closer Tom Wilhelmsen is also scheduled to pitch for Seattle on Monday, and the team's franchise record nine-game spring winning streak will be on the line.