A.J. Burnett had a solid final spring outing, lasting five innings, while surrendering just one run on three hits and striking out six.
The Blue Jays tacked on two runs in the eighth, both charged to Mario Hollands, who recorded just one out before Justin De Fratus came on to get the final two outs of the inning.
The Phillies only hit of the day belonged to Jimmy Rollins, who singled in the fourth, as they closed out a forgettable Spring Training.
The Phillies now head north for the On-Deck Series at Citizen’s Bank Park. Kyle Kendrick will get the start against the Pirates on Friday.
Notes: The Phillies released Bobby Abreu on Thursday, after informing the veteran Wednesday that he would not make the Opening Day roster. Freddy Galvis has resumed baseball activities, as he recovers from MRSA. Galvis could play in extended Spring Training as early as next week.
By: Kyle Babcock
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