Chase Utley would double off the top of the fence in right field in the first, but would be stranded on base.
Domonic Brown gunned down Russell Martin at home in the top of the fourth to keep the game scoreless.
Aumont would be lifted after recording just one out, as Antonio Bastardo came on to record the final two outs of the frame, but not before allowing an RBI single to Neil Walker, a run that would be charged to Aumont's line.
Jake Diekman would allow one more run to the Pirates in the eighth, but with the Phillies offense nonexistent yet again, there would be no hope of a comeback.
Chase Utley collected all three of the Phillies' hits on the evening, as the second baseman went 3-for-3 with two doubles.
Cesar Hernandez would lead off the ninth with an infield single, but Pirates manager Clint Hurdle challenged the play and Hernandez was ruled out on review, as the Phillies were shutout for their third straight game.
The Phillies will close out their exhibition series with the Pirates Saturday afternoon, as Roberto Hernandez takes the mound. After the game, the Phillies will head to Texas, where they will open the regular season against the Rangers on Monday.
Notes: The Phillies announced they have acquired Jayson Nix from the Rays. The infielder was acquired for cash considerations, and immediately added to the 40-man roster. Phillippe Aumont was optioned to Triple-A following the loss to the Pirates.
By: Kyle Babcock
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