Sunday, June 13, 2010

The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same: Mets Sweep Orioles

For the Orioles, the more things have changed – the more they have stayed the same.

We are nine games into the Juan Samuel era and it looks like a carbon copy of the Dave Trembley regime.

They look just seemed overwhelmed, overmatched and out gunned at the moment.

On Sunday, Baltimore got swept by the other New York team – the Mets – with an 11-4 loss during a steamy afternoon. The New Yorkers used the long ball to down the Birds and send them to their 46th loss in 63 games.

Purported Orioles’ ace Kevin Milwood lost his eighth game of the season as he gave up five runs in a horrific first inning. Really, they lost the game within the first 15 minutes as he gave up a two-run homer to David and a three-run shot to Chris Carter.

The Orioles managed to score twice in the second inning and once in the third to come within two of the lead, 5-3; however, the Mets continued to being the pain throughout the afternoon.

Jason Bay added a two-run homer in the fifth inning and Wright struck again in the seventh with a two-run shot (his second of the day).

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