The Mets-Bullpen dropped another lead before the inning, and the Phillies went away with a 5-4 win in 10 innings. >> Box Score
Six things you should know from the Wednesday match
1) Stephen Nogosek let the first two Phillies batters reach the base and set the stage for the former Met Jay Bruce defeated the Phillies in midfield with a brace over the outstretched glove of Juan Lagares .
2) Jason Vargas crossed on Wednesday night through the first five innings, leaving only one hit the first two times through the job. The Phillies eventually rose in the sixth game against him when Jean Segura completed a solo homer with a draw. Vargas came out of the sixth by striking Rhys Hoskins out of the game for his tenth prank, ending his career. He left the game after 6.1
3) Seth Lugo was brought into third place with a 4-1 lead over the seventh and a runner in third. Just like Wilmer Font on Tuesday, Lugo could not hold the lead. He allowed RBI's Cesar Hernandez and Segura to tie the game 4: 4 before hauling Hoskins out of the jam with the charged bases.
4) Dominic Smith It really must have fun hitting Citizens Bank Park. For the third year in a row, Smith threw a homerun to the opposite field and hit a solo shot from Nick Pivetta in the fourth inning. Smith now has seven home runs in the season. He was later drawn as part of a double switch, but he finished the night 3: 3 with a walk and two runs scored.
5) Smith and Pete Alonso stole both the first bases of their young career on Wednesday. Smith's theft eventually led to the Mets' third run as he advanced to third place after JT Realmuto landed in the outfield and hit Tomas Nido RBI single.
6) After Jeff McNeil nearly scored a hit on Tuesday night, he joined the homerun club on Wednesday. lead to 2-0. McNeil had nearly completed two home races on Tuesday, which were touched a few inches below the railing of the right field by a fan. McNeil later added an RBI double.
Video: Dom Smith Goes Deep for the Third Night in a Row
Video: Jeff McNeil hits the left for the 2-0 lead
Video: Jeff McNeil moves to RBI double, 4-0 lead
The Mets and Phillies finish their series with four games on Thursday at 13:05 Zack Wheeler (6-5, 4.69 ERA) joins Aaron Nola (6-2 , 4.55 ERA) at the afternoon matchup at Citizens Bank Park.