All was well again Thursday at Rangers Ballpark, where some were sensing that the home team was headed in the wrong direction after two long days to start the week.

But don’t tell that to the Texas Rangers, who long ago became trained to forget the past. Their first three-game losing streak of the season hadn’t triggered any panic buttons in the clubhouse the way it had elsewhere.

“Honestly, I haven’t even thought about those three games,” first baseman Mitch Moreland said.

It showed against Arizona.

Moreland’s two-run homer capped a four-run third inning against Brandon McCarthy, and David Murphy also homered to back Justin Grimm en route to a 9-5 skid-snapping victory.

Jurickson Profar had a team- and career-high three hits on a day when all nine Rangers hitters had a hit and seven of them collected an RBI as the Texas won for the first time since Saturday.

“You can’t win every single day,” Murphy said. “We weren’t down on ourselves. We got a couple of off days and came out relaxed and played well.”

The Rangers didn’t need very long to shake off the rust from an off day Tuesday and a rainout Wednesday, and McCarthy didn’t do much to stop them after a scoreless first inning. But a defensive miscue helped get the Rangers going.

Nelson Cruz started with a line drive to center field that A.J. Pollock misplayed into a double. A.J. Pierzynski beat an infield shift two batters later, doubling down the left-field line to drive in the game’s first run.

It was the first of five Rangers hits with runners in scoring position. Leonys Martin collected the second two batters later on a two-out single up the middle for a 2-0 lead.

The Rangers added four in the third, an inning McCarthy couldn’t complete. Murphy started with a single and scored on a one-out double by Adrian Beltre, who scored on a sharp Cruz single that preceded Moreland’s blast high off the foul pole.

“I thought it was going to stay more true than it did,” Moreland said of his estimated 385-foot shot. “It kind of caught me off guard when it hit the pole. I’m glad it did.”