Padilla (14-9) pitched shutout ball into the eighth inning to match his career high in wins and the Rangers beat the Angels 8-1 on Sunday.
On Aug. 15 against the Angels, Padilla was ejected for hitting two batters and nearly plunking a third.
That was a preface to a contentious game the following day when there was a bench-clearing brawl and four ejections between the AL West rivals. Both managers and five players (three Angels, two Rangers) were later suspended.
This four-game series ended without a major incident as Padilla did not hit a batter Sunday.
"I know it's something that's been talked about," Showalter said. "But it really wasn't on our minds. Everybody made their point and it's all behind us."
The Angels avoided a shutout in the ninth when pinch-hitter Tim Salmon hit his eight homer of the season.
Los Angeles starter Ervin Santana (14-8) gave up four runs and seven hits in five innings. He struck out two and walked two.
The Angels began the day six games behind division-leading Oakland. The American League West rivals play seven times over the final 10 games of the season.
"We need to win," Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia said. "It doesn't matter what other teams do if we don't play well. We have to do more things, starting with the offense."
Padilla worked out of a jam in the seventh when he loaded the bases with no outs in the seventh.
Padilla got an out in the eighth before he was relieved by Joaquin Benoit. His 14 victories equal the total he had in 2002 and 2003 with Philadelphia.
"It as nice to go out there in my first start with the team and make a contribution," said Ojeda, who was making his first start since being recalled from the minors on Sept. 3. "Even more importantly, the team won. It's an added bonus when you come up with a big hit."
Ojeda had more on his mind other than baseball. He may have to return to Mexico to check on his two sons because of Hurricane Lane, which hit just north of their residence in Mazatlan early Sunday.
His wife Alma is with him in Arlington while his sons are with their grandparents in Mexico.
"Health wise everyone is doing fine," said Ojeda, who may return to Mexico when airports on the Pacific coast reopen.
Young, who became the fourth player since 1940 to post four straight 200-hit seasons on Saturday, was 3-for-4. He has 203 hits this season.
Kinsler added a two-run homer in the eighth to make it 8-0. It was his 12th homer of the season.
Chone Figgins, who hit for the cycle Saturday, was 2-for-4.
- The teams played through brief rain showers in the second and fourth innings.
- Matthews extended his hitting streak to 11 games.
- Los Angeles made one error to increase its league-leading total to 117.