The Phillies jumped all over a debuting Shaun Marcum in the third inning and continued their offensive onslaught in the fifth against reliever Robert Carson, blasting the Mets, 9-4, to take their second road series of the season and improve to 11-14.
Dom Brown hit a three-run homer and John Mayberry followed with a solo shot against Carson. The Phillies had 12 hits and had the opportunity to score more, as they left seven men on base.
Jon Pettibone earned his first big-league win, even if he wasn't overly sharp. He allowed nine baserunners and three runs over five innings.
Michael Young had three more hits and is up to .353. Ryan Howard flew out to the warning track twice.
Two members of a beleagured bullpen had scoreless outings. Raul Valdes was perfect over two innings with a pair of strikeouts. Chad Durbin followed with a 1-2-3 frame of his own.
Tomorrow is Cole Hamels vs. Jon Niese at 1:10 p.m. on PHL17. The Phillies look for their first sweep of the season.