The Mets scored again in the second when Roger Cedeno singled to score Rey Ordonez, who had singled and been sacrificed to second by Thomson.
The Phillies got on the board in the bottom of the second when Todd Pratt hit a fielder's choic with runners on second and third. Phillies starter Brandon Duckworth then singled to score a run and make it 4-2.
Vance Wilson made it 7-2 with a three-run home run in the third. Before the Phillies could blink, after Ordonez struck out, Cedeno and Thomson singled and Perez drove them both in with a double and make it 9-2. That sent the Phillies relief pitchers scurrying to warm up in the bullpen.
Vance Wilson added another RBI when he singled in Alfonzo to make it 10-2.
Pat Burrell hit yet another home run against the Mets, but it was a solo shot and only made the score 10-3.
Wigginton hit a solo home run to make it 11-3.
Notes-Phillies manager Larry Bowa was ejected by home plate umpire Lance Barksdale for arguing balls and strikes in the second. Bowa put on his usual incindiary performance before leaving.
-Five Mets had two-hit days: Cedeno, Perez, Burnitz, Wigginton and Wilson.
-The Mets get a chance to complete a four-game sweep of the Phillies on monday. Mike Bacsik (3-1, 4.47) will start for the Mets and Hector Mercado (2-1, 5.82) will start for the Phillies.