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Between-Games Blackboard Assignment

I will not read too much into this afternoon’s Mets’ 11-0 thrashing [1] of the Nationals.
I will not read too much into Jenrry Mejia’s stunning seven shutout innings.
I will not read too much into Juan Lagares’s Cesar Cedeño impression.
I will not read too much into Daniel Murphy demonstrating enough clout in Washington to end sequestration.
I will not read too much into Ike Davis hitting a ball over a fence fair.
I will not read too much into the Mets now having fewer losses than the Nationals.
I will not read too much into the Mets making a serious move on second place.
I will not read too much into the Mets continuing to hold the division’s best record since mid-June.
I will not read too much into the parallels between the first-place Braves losing Tim Hudson to a terrible injury in a win over the Mets in the summer of 2013 and the first-place Cardinals losing Bob Gibson to a terrible injury in a win over the Mets in the summer of 1973.
I will not read too much into 2013 being the 40th anniversary of 1973.
I will not read too much into Matt Harvey starting the nightcap.

I will not read too much into this afternoon’s Mets’ 11-0 thrashing [1] of the Nationals.
I will not read too much into Jenrry Mejia’s stunning seven shutout innings.
I will not read too much into Juan Lagares’s Cesar Cedeño impression.
I will not read too much into Daniel Murphy demonstrating enough clout in Washington to end sequestration.
I will not read too much into Ike Davis hitting a ball over a fence fair.
I will not read too much into the Mets having fewer losses than the Nationals.
I will not read too much into the Mets making a serious move on second place.
I will not read too much into the Mets continuing to hold the division’s best record since mid-June.
I will not read too much into the parallels between the first-place Braves losing Tim Hudson to a terrible injury in a win over the Mets in the summer of 2013 and the first-place Cardinals losing Bob Gibson to a terrible injury in a win over the Mets in the summer of 1973.
I will not read too much into 2013 being the 40th anniversary of 1973.
I will not read too much into Matt Harvey starting the nightcap.

I will not read too much into this afternoon’s Mets’ 11-0 thrashing [1] of the Nationals.
I will not read too much into Jenrry Mejia’s stunning seven shutout innings.
I will not read too much into Juan Lagares’s Cesar Cedeño impression.
I will not read too much into Daniel Murphy demonstrating enough clout in Washington to end sequestration.
I will not read too much into Ike Davis hitting a ball over a fence fair.
I will not read too much into the Mets having fewer losses than the Nationals.
I will not read too much into the Mets making a serious move on second place.
I will not read too much into the Mets continuing to hold the division’s best record since mid-June.
I will not read too much into the parallels between the first-place Braves losing Tim Hudson to a terrible injury in a win over the Mets in the summer of 2013 and the first-place Cardinals losing Bob Gibson to a terrible injury in a win over the Mets in the summer of 1973.
I will not read too much into 2013 being the 40th anniversary of 1973.
I will not read too much into Matt Harvey starting the nightcap.

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