The Philadelphia Phillies spent all season trying to overtake the New York Mets. And once they took the lead, they gave it away. So now, the NL East race comes down to this: The Phillies and Mets are tied with one game left. Matt Chico pitched six solid innings Saturday and the Washington Nationals got in the Phillies' way, winning 4-2 to leave the division all even. New York beat Florida 13-0 at Shea Stadium to put pressure on the Phillies, who moved into sole possession of first place for the first time Friday night.