The Portland Seadogs historic 2014 baseball season came to a crashing halt Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field. An 8-5 loss to the Binghamton Mets, giving the B-Mets the playoff series win three games to two.

The Seadogs set a franchise record with 88 regular season wins, despite turning their roster over many times because of promotions for talented players such as Mookie Betts, Henry Owens, Blake Swihart, Deven Marrero, Travis Shaw and others.

But in Sunday's winner-take-all fifth game, the B-Mets pounded out 13 hits, scoring six runs in the fourth inning and the Dogs could never catch up.

Cuban OF Rusney Castillo went 2-for-5 with a RBI. He is expected to join the Pawtucket Red Sox now as they play of the Triple-A International League Championship starting Tuesday night.

Binghamton and Richmond met of the Eastern League title.