Associated PressMatt Matt Harvey tossed seven scoreless innings and Juan Lagares hit a three-run homer as the Mets won Sunday's rubber game.
Harvey (8-2) had not won at home since April 19. He held the Phillies hitless until Chase Utley’s one-out single in the fourth and ultimately limited Philadelphia to three hits and no walks in a 112-pitch effort over seven scoreless innings.
He now has a 2.38 career ERA -- one-hundredth of a point better than Jerry Koosman (2.39) for the franchise record through 30 games (minimum 100 innings).
Harvey struck out the side in the third and fifth innings en route to a 10-strikeout performance. It was his sixth double-digit strikeout game of the season and eighth of his career.
All-Star Cliff Lee (10-4) surrendered a season-high-matching five runs in six innings.
Wright and Byrd became the first Mets to consecutively go deep this season, with their back-to-back shots against Lee giving the Mets a first-inning lead. Lagares then delivered a replay-awarded three-run homer in the fourth as the Mets opened a 5-0 advantage.
Wright went 2-for-4 on the ninth anniversary of his major league debut, against the Montreal Expos at Shea Stadium on July 21, 2004. Lagares matched a career high with three RBIs.