There's a proper perspective to put these last four series in. I'm just not sure I'm smart enough to figure out what it is. In many ways this is like last season's interleague extravaganza (maybe that's what ESPN should call it instead of that lame "AL-NL Showdown" they like to use) where the Mets smoked Detroit and Texas four out of six, scored a million runs, and you wondered "where the hell did that come from?" This season, the Mets have smoked the Rays (35-25 at the time of thrashing) and the Orioles (39-27 at the start of this series) for six out of six, and both sweeps coming on the heels of the Mets getting swept. So you'd be forgiven if that "where the hell did that come from" thought crept into your mind ... twice.
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