Do you remember those four straight losses to begin the season?
I didn't think so.
The Braves don't either.
Five wins in a row are a great way of making folks forget the past, more handy than those little strobe lights they used in the "Men in Black" flicks.
That dismal start is long gone and everything is clicking for the Braves, who used every part of their game to sweep the Milwaukee Brewers this weekend.
What did they do right against the Brewers?
Let us count the ways.
They hit four home runs.
They stole three bases.
They turned five double plays.
They received wins from two starting pitchers.
They had two saves from their closer.
They beat two left-handed starters.
Oh, and Chipper Jones provided another Roy Hobbs moment, smashing a three-run home run in his first home game of the season after one of his bad knees wouldn't cooperate the first two games of the series.
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