WATCH: The Phillies Gave Up 8 Home Runs Last Night

The Phillies and Mets also tied the National League record for most combined homers in a game with 11.

Last week, we noted the Phillies had fallen back to earth after their hot second-half start, and mentioned the team had given up two huge homers in just a few days.

Things got worse against the Mets last night. The Phillies actually led in this game, 7-2, after homers by Ryan Howard, Cameron Rupp and Domonic Brown. Then the Mets ended the game on a 14-0 run, hitting eight homers in all during the 16-7 win. New York set team and Citizens Bank Park records for homers and a team record for extra base hits. The 11 combined homers tied a National League record.

The Mets were actually just one short of the NL record for homers in a game, which the Reds set in a 22-3 win against the Phillies in 1999 at Veterans Stadium.

The Phillies even gave up a homer to David Wright, who returned from the disabled list in his first game since April 14th of this season.

The Phillies are tied for the most losses in baseball with 75. Unlike the tanking Sixers, they may get a No. 1 overall pick out of this struggling season.

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