I think we'll see a lot of series go the way this one with Atlanta did, maybe a little better if we aren't going up against the best record in baseball: A likely win when Graves starts, although he'll have a clinker once in awhile; a chance to win when Reidling starts, if the offense isn't flat and the bullpen holds on; a rare chance to win but probably a close loss when Wilson starts, but a few more clinkers likely; then a couple of blowouts.
In other words,
No. 1, a win.
No. 2, a win.
No. 3, a close loss, but we won the series and we feel like a contender and we're hanging in there.
No. 4, a blowout.
No. 5, a blowout, we've already lost the series, probably to a last-place team, we've lost three in a row, and the sky is falling.
No. 1, a win, but the sky is still falling.
No. 2, a win, maybe.
No. 3, a loss.
No. 4, a blowout, this is it, we're out of it, trade for next year, etc.