Tigers 7, White Sox 2: Nick Castellanos belted a three-run homer to highlight his career-high four-RBI performance and Max Scherzer tossed seven solid innings as host Detroit snapped a four-game losing skid.Victor Martinez, Torii Hunter and J.D. Martinez each added an RBI single for the Tigers, who scored six times in the first inning to match their sum total of the previous four contests. Hunter finished with three hits and scored twice while Miguel Cabrera and J.D. Martinez each had two singles in the victory.Rookie Jose Abreu had a single in the seventh inning to extend his hitting streak to 19 games for the White Sox. Hector Noesi (5-8) was thwarted in his bid to win his career-best third straight start after permitting six runs on 10 hits in six innings.A 42-minute rain delay did little to cool off Detroit, which sent 11 batters to the plate in the first inning. After three consecutive RBI singles staked the Tigers to a 3-0 lead, Castellanos doubled the advantage in short order as he deposited a first-pitch fastball from Noesi over the wall in right for his seventh homer. Scherzer (13-3) pulled into a tie with St. Louis' Adam Wainwright for most wins in the majors after allowing one run on five hits to improve to 4-0 in as many starts versus Chicago this season. The reigning American League Cy Young Award winner yielded a sacrifice fly by Dayan Viciedo in the seventh and Al Alburquerque worked around Adam Dunn's solo homer in the ninth to seal the win.GAME NOTEBOOK: Castellanos returned to the lineup after missing Tuesday's contest with a bruised right index finger. ... Detroit rookie SS Eugenio Suarez sat out with tightness in his lower back. Andrew Romine went 1-for-4 in place of Suarez, who exited Tuesday's game after injuring his back while making a throw. ... Former NHL player Chris Chelios and musician Kid Rock were in attendance at Comerica Park.