Welcome back David Wright! Apparently everyone in the Mets' lineup Monday night was happy to have him back, and celebrated his return by going deep.

The Mets captain saw his first action since mid-April in Monday's opener of a four-game series in Philly, and promptly crushed a second inning home run in his first plate appearance to start would become a record breaking night.

Starter Jacob deGrom was roughed up for seven runs - six earned - and didn't make it out of the third inning. But, the Mets offense went on to score 14 unanswered runs in a 16-7 win, setting franchise records for homer runs, 8, and extra-base hits, 15.

Wilmer Flores hit a pair of dingers and drove in five, Daniel Murphy, Travis d'Arnaud, Juan Lagares, Michael Cuddy all went deep. Yoenis Cespedes put the cherry on top with a two-run blast in the ninth to cap a monster game for New York's offense.

Philadelphia's Ryan Howard and Domonic Brown each tagged three-run homers to help Philly build a 7-2 to lead before the Mets' offense came to life.

Winners of four-straight, the Mets send Noah Syndergaard to the mound Tuesday looking to expand their 5.5 games lead in the NL East.