"According to the Elias Sports Bureau, this was just the second time in baseball history that a team swept a series of at least four games in September or October resulting in a first-place tie with its opponent in a wild-card, division or league race. It previously happened Sept. 7-10, 1978, when the New York Yankees swept a four-game series against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
That series is known as the Boston Massacre."
Probably won't be remembered as well since it was just the Wild Card race. With the convincing 4 game sweep of Milwaukee, the Phils are not only in the Wild Card talk but are again just a game out of first place in the NL East.
Off day, so just rooting for Mets to lose, but they're playing the lowly Nats, although they did have trouble in those kinda games last year in '07. Also, the Brewers fired their manager after their debacle in Philly.