B.J. Rosenberg followed Manship with two scoreless and Antonio Bastardo came on next to record two outs. Sean O’Sullivan would be tasked with recording the final four outs of the game, allowing two runs over one and one-third inning pitched.
The other half of the Phillies split-squad did not look quite as good on the afternoon, falling to the Blue Jays at home, 3-1.
David Buchanan made the start for the Phillies, tossing four innings while allowing two runs, both on solo home runs.
Phillippe Aumont would come on next to throw two and one-third scoreless innings before Mario Hollands entered the game for the ninth, allowing a solo home run to former Phillie and turkey bacon aficionado Erik Kratz.
The Phillies scored their only run of the game in the first inning, when Chase Utley doubled home Tony Gwynn Jr.
The Phillies will next face the Red Sox on Friday at home, as Cliff Lee gets the starting nod.
Notes: Darin Ruf’s chances of making the Opening Day roster may have taken a hit, as the outfielder/first baseman suffered a strained left oblique. Ruf will have the injury reevaluated on Friday, but this type of injury has kept players out for an extended period of time in the past.
By: Kyle Babcock
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