Reds by the numbers: 3 hits raise Frazier's home average to .350

The Cincinnati Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-4 on Monday as Mike Leake picked up his first win since May 6.

Todd Frazier was 3-for-4 and increased his average to .350 at home this season compared with .218 on the road.

Ivan De Jesus hit his first career home run in his 77th at-bat.

Cole Hamels took the loss for the first time in 14 career starts against the Reds. He entered the game 9-0 with a 1.59 ERA against Cincinnati.

Aroldis Chapman became the first Reds pitcher to throw two wild pitches and walk two batters in an outing in which he recorded a save. The last to do that in all of baseball was Jorge Julio in 2006.