The Indians, a contender at home and a pretender on the road, may have found a way Monday night to take a little bit of Progressive Field with them when they pack their bags and leave town.

In beating the Orioles, 5-2, at Camden Yards, they used a little bit of Ubaldo Jimenez, a touch of a bullpen that seems to be re-asserting itself and a whole lot of Michael Brantley.

Brantley drove in four runs with a two-run single and two-run homer to give the Indians their fifth win in the last six games. The powerhouse Orioles, in second place in the AL East, have lost four straight.

The Indians started an 11-game trip with their third straight road victory. Overall, however, they are 15-21 away from the shores of Lake Erie.

Jimenez (6-4, 4.58) earned his second win in his last three starts. He pitched only 5 1/3 innings, but struck out six, walked two and allowed two runs.

The bullpen, in a state of turmoil for much of the first three months of the season, showed a sense of order. Rich Hill relieved Jimenez and took care of Baltimore's lefties followed by Bryan Shaw, Joe Smith and Vinnie Pestano. After retiring the first two batters, Pestano walked Ryan Flaherty and gave up a single to Nate McLouth before retiring Manny Machado on a liner to Mike Aviles at short for his fourth save.

Lefty Zach Britton (1-2, 5.51) had the Indians talking to themselves for five innings. Brantley ended the conversation with a two-run single in the sixth for the Tribe's first lead of the game, 3-2.

Brantley made it 5-2 with a homer off Darren O'Day in the eighth. Brantley ended the night with a career-high four RBI. It's the third time he's done it in his career.

Jason Kipnis, with the Tribe tailing, 2-0, opened the sixth with a double to right. It was his 19th double of the season and nine in June.

Nick Swisher, who entered the game in a 6-for-60 slump, singled to center to cut the Orioles lead in half. If was Swisher's 25th RBI of the season, but only his fifth this month.