Ubaldo Jimenez led the way to the win column with a solid start, the offense found its form and the bullpen shut the door when it mattered most against the Rangers. The Indians had lost 12 games in a row away from home before winning the last two against Texas. On a muggy Wednesday night at Rangers Ballpark, the Indians pulled off a 5-2 victory over Texas that resembled the kind of win that had gone missing during the Tribe's recent losing streak. Pierzynski popped up a pitch from Indians left-hander Rich Hill in the sixth inning and then slammed his bat to the ground in disgust. The group had bordered on becoming a liability in recent weeks, considering it headed into Wednesday's contest with a Major League-worst 7.21 ERA dating back to May 21.