Bo Diaz hit a three-run homer and Mike Schmidt drove in three runs with a double and a single in a nine-run third in Philadelphia Phillies.

The Phillies, who got to four Cincinnati pitchers for 20 hits, sent 14 men to bat against loser Frank Pastore (2-4) and Ben Hayes in the third, bunching eight hits and three walks for their biggest inning of the season.

They loaded the bases on singles by Pete Rose and Gary Matthews and a walk to Joe Morgan. Schmidt singled home Rose and, after Tony Perez hit a sacrifice fly, Diaz cleared the bases with his second homer of the season.

A single by Garry Maddox finished Pastore, but Hayes yielded singles to Ivan DeJesus, who had four hits, and pitcher Marty Bystrom for another run. Rose walked and Matthews hit a sacrifice fly. Morgan then walked and Schmidt, batting with the bases loaded for the second time in the inning, doubled home the eight and ninth runs.

Schmidt hit his seventh homer this year in the seventh to finish with four RBI. His homer followed a solo shot by Morgan.

Cincinnati Manager Russ Nixon said he is not sure Pastore will continue starting.

"He's not throwing as hard," Nixon said. "The hitters will tell you that."