Hawk Harrelson might just wear out his “Put it on the board” home run call in 2013.

Because even though the White Sox long to be much more than just a home-run machine, early results suggest the long ball makes up a significant part of their DNA yet again.

Dayan Viciedo blasted his team’s third home run Sunday afternoon in the bottom of the 10th inning as the White Sox topped the Seattle Mariners 4-3 in front of 18,708 at U.S. Cellular Field.

Adam Dunn and Alex Rios also homered ahead of Viciedo, whose first walk-off home run lifted the club to another series victory and a winning first homestand.

Addison Reed (1-0) earned the win with a scoreless inning pitched for the 4-2 White Sox, who have Monday off before they open a 10-game road trip in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.

“We like home runs too,” White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. “There has to be a balance at some point, but (the Mariners) scored home runs today too. We have guys who have the ability to do it and you take it.”

Last season, the White Sox hit 211 home runs, the eighth-most in club history. They also had five players hit 25 or more home runs, becoming only the 11th in major league history to accomplish that achievement.

Their early play does nothing to dispel the notion the White Sox can’t match those totals this season. Despite playing six games in cold temperatures, the White Sox have 11 home runs. Fifteen of their 22 runs scored have come via homers.