It's almost July. And Cliff Lee still doesn't have a win.

Lee pitched seven innings, gave up six hits and five runs and took another loss as the Phillies fell to the Rays, 7-3, in the nightcap of a double-header.

The Phillies lost the first game on Sunday, 3-2. After winning Saturday's game in dramatic fashion with a Jim Thome walk-off home run, the Phillies lost both legs of the double-header and fell to six games under .500 at 34-40, good enough for dead last in the division at nine games behind Washington.