Harvey struck out Brown three times, the final one his 10th of the day. The big right-hander has six games with double-digit strikeouts this year. He had his fourth game of at least 10 strikeouts without walking a batter.
Manuel isn't too excited about facing Harvey several times a year.
"You have to think day-to-day, game-to-game," he said. "Otherwise, you might get scared."
Brown, also an All-Star, fanned all four times up.
Wright's 15th homer hit high off the added fencing to protect fans and was confirmed after a review of 1 minute, 27 seconds. Lagares' liner was more questionable, hitting just above the orange line that tops the padded wall.
Wright led off the fourth with a single and Josh Satin got a hit one out later. After John Buck flied out, Lagares sent a 1-2, hanging curveball over the new fence that was erected to shorten dimensions before the 2012 season. He waited on second base with his hands on his hips when three of the four umpires went inside for a look at the replay. Fans stood and twirled their finger, signaling homer, and when crew chief Mike Winters emerged he did the same.
Lagares said he watched video during the All-Star break to figure out what he was doing wrong at the plate. He went 7 for 10 with five RBIs against the Phillies.
Lee has allowed seven homers in his last two outings after yielding nine in his first 18 starts. He allowed five runs and seven hits in six innings for his first road loss since May 1, a span of nine starts.
"What really is frustrating is that the home runs — all with two strikes and all with two outs," Lee said.
NOTES: Phillies RHP Roy Halladay threw off a mound for the first time since shoulder surgery in early May. Pitching coach Rich Dubee said Halladay tossed about 20 pitches, all fastballs. ... Mets INF Justin Turner went 0 for 2 for Class-A Brooklyn on Saturday night. He is 7 for 25 in eight rehab games. Collins said Turner should return very soon.