Jose Reyes hit a three-run homer and a double, and Oliver Perez pitched 7 2/3 solid innings, as the New York Mets used an 11-2 drubbing to complete a short Subway Series sweep with the Yankees. Perez (4-3) gave up just two runs on three hits and walked two batters, while striking out four for the Mets, who also won Saturday's contest at Yankee Stadium. Friday's intended series opener was postponed because of rain. Ryan Church also homered and finished with two runs batted in, while Moises Alou had three RBI for the Mets, who scored 18 runs in the shortened set. They hadn't won two straight games at Yankee Stadium since June 24-25 of the 2005 season. Meanwhile, Chien-Ming Wang (6-2) also threw 7 2/3 innings, but was tagged for seven runs on six hits with three walks, and just one strikeout. He also allowed his first homer in 46 1/3 innings as the Yankees lost their third straight and fifth of six. The Yankees fell further back into last place in the AL East, as they sit six games behind division-leading Boston, and two games behind fourth place Toronto. Hideki Matsui accounted for the home team's only offense, with a two-run homer. The game cruised along, scoreless, until a wild fourth inning that Reyes started with a double. He was caught off the bag in a rundown when Marlon Anderson tapped a grounder back to Wang. David Wright, though, followed with a single to inject some life back into the rally. Carlos Beltran walked to load the bases, and Church pulled a grounder to first. Jason Giambi had to dive to his right for the ball and threw from his knees to second base for a supposed force out. The toss forced Derek Jeter off the bag, and everyone was safe as Anderson dashed home. Alou plated two more runs with a single down the right field line, for a 3-0 Mets edge. That lead nearly doubled during a controversial play during Carlos Delgado's at-bat. The Mets' first baseman launched a fly ball down the left field line that looked to curve near or off the pole. Third-base umpire Mike Reilly signaled that it was a fair ball and home run. But Jeter rushed to the outfield to argue the call, and an umpire's conference resulted in the call being overturned. However, replays clearly showed that the ball hit the bottom of the foul pole, in a small, 1 1/2 foot portion that was painted black -- not yellow. A look from behind the pole showed a white scuff mark on the black part, but the non- homer call on the field stood. Mets bench coach Jerry Manuel was ejected as Delgado went back to bat, and punched a grounder through the right side to bring in Church for a four-run edge. The Yankees got two runs back in the bottom half, when Matsui followed a Jeter leadoff single with a high flying homer to right. Church countered in the sixth inning with a homer of his own, a shot deep to center field to put the Mets ahead 5-2, and snap Wang's streak. But the game turned into a blowout in the eighth inning, as the visitors put together a two-out rally. Wright doubled and went to third on a Beltran groundout. After Wang intentionally walked Church, Alou brought Wright home with a sacrifice fly, ending the Yankees starter's evening.. Ross Ohlendorf came in, but was wholly unsuccessful in shutting down the Mets. He walked Delgado to fill the empty spot at first, but Brian Schneider delivered with an RBI single to right, scoring Church and leaving runners on the corners. Luis Castillo then got a grounder to go through the left side of the infield, allowing Delgado to add the Mets' eighth run and roll the lineup over. Reyes then delivered the big blow, as he launched a fastball over the fence in right-center field for an 11-2 lead. Perez was lifted after getting Johnny Damon and Bobby Abreu to ground out in the eighth, and Joe Smith induced a Jeter grounder to head into the ninth. Scott Schoeneweis hit Giambi with a pitch with one out in the final frame, but worked around it to close out the contest. Game Notes The Yankees were 0-for-15 with runners in scoring position in the two-game set...It was Perez's longest outing of the season...Coming into the game, Wang's last homer allowed was in a 4-1 win against the Red Sox on April 11, in Boston. In that game, J.D. Drew hit a solo shot with two outs in the fifth inning...Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is expected to be back in the lineup on Tuesday when the club begins a three-game set with Baltimore. Rodriguez has been on the disabled list with a strained right quadriceps since April 29.