Sandy Leon also went deep for the Red Sox, who improved their major league-best record to 86-35. Their two home runs on Tuesday gives them 168 on the season, which matches their total from all of last season, which was an American League low. Porcello's 15th win of the season tied Luis Severino of the New York Yankees and Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals for the major league lead in that category.
Holt's game-winning home run came off of reliever Tommy Hunter in the eighth inning, as Hunter suffered his second loss of the season. Rhys Hoskins went deep for the Phillies, who got six innings of one-run baseball from Nick Pivetta in a no-decision effort. The Phillies have dropped five of seven overall, and now sit two games behind the Atlanta Braves in the NL East. Hoskins' 23rd long ball of the season snapped a streak of 12 consecutive batters retired by Porcello.
Craig Kimbrel came on for the ninth to record his 36th save in 40 chances, as he is now 41-for-41 in interleague save opportunities. The Phillies will go for the season series split and current series split in the series finale on Wednesday night.