Kevin Frandsen took away the pain.

After Jonathan Papelbon blew his second consecutive save and allowed two runs in the ninth, the Phillies' pinch hitter drilled a walk-off home run to give the Phillies an 8-7 win over the Mets at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday.

It was Frandsen's first career walk-off home run and first career pinch-hit home run.
There was concerning news on the pitching front, though.

After throwing a warm-up pitch to start the seventh inning , Jonathan Pettibone left the game with lower back tightness on his right side. He appeared to have tweaked it in the bottom of the sixth inning during his at-bat when he grounded out.

Pettibone took longer than usual to head to the mound between innings and then left when pitching coach Rich Dubee and trainer Scott Sheridan went out to check on him.