Lonnie Chisenhall continued to hit everything that moved Monday night at Globe Life Park.

Chisenhall hit three homers and drove in a record-tying nine runs as the Indians took three out of four games from the injury-riddled Rangers with a 17-7 victory. It was the first time this season that the Indians have won three straight road games.

What kind of season is Chisenhall having? Things are going so well for Chisenhall that during an eight-minute delay in the sixth inning when plate umpire Jim Wolf had to leave the game after being struck in the mask with a foul tip, he was dancing on the infield with Jason Kipnis to the Village People's YMCA.

"There were a lot of strange things happening out on the field tonight," said Chisenhall.

Said Kipnis, "As hard as it is to beat those dance moves, his swing was prettier."

No disrespect to Wolf, but Chisenhall had reason to dance.

He singled in a run in the first inning, hit a two-run homer in the second, hit another two-run homer in the fourth, doubled home a run in the sixth and hit a three-run homer in the eighth.

Chisenhall's nine RBI tied a club record set by Chris James on May 4, 1991 in Oakland. He is the first Indian to hit three homers in a game since Shin-Soo Choo did it against Kansas City on Sept. 17, 2010.

"I know a game like tonight is kind of a once-in-a-lifetime thing," said Chisenhall. "I'm just so happy for this team to win the series and to get on the plane win. There were just so many good things tonight."