BINGHAMTON, N.Y. – The Binghamton Mets scored four runs in the second inning Sunday, sending the Portland Sea Dogs to their fourth straight loss, 7-2 at NYSEG Stadium.

The Mets swept the series from the Sea Dogs, who are 1-10 on the road, 4-14 overall.

The Sea Dogs’ Brock Huntzinger (0-4) tried working out of a bases-loaded jam in the second, fanning Pedro Zapata for the second out of the inning.

But number No. 9 hitter Rylan Sandoval laced a one-hop double off the fence in right-center field to clear the bases. Matt den Dekker followed with an RBI double.

“They got some momentum. We left some pitches up in the zone, and we’re a little inconsistent with our pitch mix,” Sea Dogs Manager Kevin Boles said.

“Against this lineup, they have guys with a little bit of everything. They’ve got team speed and put pressure on you. They really have a quality approach.”

The Sea Dogs had a first-inning threat squashed when Oscar Tejada struck out to end the inning with runners on first and second.

“Our guys showed signs of putting together a quality approach,” Boles said. “They’ve yet to be consistent with runners in scoring position, but our guys are working hard every day.”

Sandoval wasn’t done blistering the Sea Dogs, driving in a run in the fourth. Zapata reached on a bunt single, stole second and went to third on a wild pitch before scoring on Sandoval’s triple to right-center.

Sandoval made it 6-0, scoring on den Dekker’s sacrifice fly.

Huntzinger was pulled two batters later, going 32/3 innings and giving up eight hits .

Meanwhile, the Sea Dogs did little against Collin McHugh (3-1), who fanned six and allowed two hits and an unearned run over six innings. McHugh retired nine straight at one point.

“Their pitcher, McHugh, had a good mix today,” Boles said. “He had good fastball command and a sharp breaking ball.

“He did a pretty good job as far as keeping us off-balance today.”

Armando Rodriguez added two innings of one-hit relief before Edgar Ramirez gave up two hits and a run in the ninth when Ryan Dent singled in Tejeda.

Derrik Gibson drove in Portland’s first run with a fifth-inning sacrifice fly.

“We’re seeing some signs, but this pitching staff of the Mets, they make quality adjustments,” Boles said.

NOTES: The Sea Dogs are hitting .225 (80 for 355) in 11 road games … Kolbrin Vitek failed to reach base for the first time in 18 games this season. He was 0 for 4. …

The Sea Dogs head to New Britain, opening the series with the Eastern-leading Rock Cats tonight, starting Chris Hernandez (0-1, 1.72) against New Britain’s Steve Hirschfeld (2-0, 1.06). …

Tuesday’s pitching probables are Billy Buckner (0-2, 6.00) and New Britain’s Logan Darnell (2-0, 2.81), with the Sea Dogs starting Chris Balcom-Miller (1-2, 7.36) against Luke French (2-0, 1.52) in Wednesday’s finale. …

Last year, the Mets and the Sea Dogs split their 20 games, with each taking five home wins and five road victories.