Abreu watched his last game with the Phillies from the dugout. The two-time All-Star was traded with starting pitcher Cory Lidle to the New Yankees for four minor league prospects during the game.
"It's tough to leave a place when you've been here so many years," Abreu said.
The Phillies get left-hander Matt Smith and Class-A shortstop C.J. Henry -- a first-round draft pick in 2005. They also landed rookie league catcher Jesus Sanchez and right-hander Carlos Monasterios.
After the trade was announced to the crowd before the ninth inning, Abreu came out to a standing ovation. The right fielder smiled and seemed touched by the response, and a few teammates applauded on the field.
"It made me feel so good," Abreu said. "I feel so appreciated. They've been good to me."
Lidle also came out and waved to the crowd.
The Phillies have won four of five.
"We're still in the wild card," general manager Pat Gillick said.
Josh Willingham hit two homers and drove in four runs for the Marlins.
Abreu was scratched from the lineup about 10 minutes before the opener of the day-night doubleheader. Abreu (.277, eight home runs, 65 RBI) stayed in the dugout, chatting and joking with players on the bench. He received some hugs and cheered when Lieberthal hit a grand slam in the fourth.
And Abreu liked it when Utley extended the longest hitting streak in the major leagues this year. Utley blooped a ball to center off starter Anibal Sanchez (4-1) that Cody Ross appeared to misjudge. Ross seemed to be battling the sun and initially broke back before running in and making a futile effort to dive for the ball.
It's the third-longest hitting streak in team history. Shortstop Jimmy Rollins has the longest at 38 games -- the final 36 of last season and the first two this year. Ed Delahanty had a 31-game run in 1899.
On Friday night, the Phillies sent third baseman David Bell to the Milwaukee Brewers. Gillick said at least one more trade would be made before Monday's deadline.
"It looks like we're making big changes," left fielder Pat Burrell said.
All of that seemed to overshadow the return of 2003 All-Star Randy Wolf, who made his first start in more than a year after having surgery on his left arm. Wolf labored in his first start since June 11, 2005, throwing 97 pitches in 4 1/3 innings.
"I had butterflies, but I felt fine out there," Wolf said. "I wanted to be aggressive, but I was probably nibbling too much. My command was not that great."
He retired his first two batters, then walked two and gave up a run-scoring single to Willingham. Wolf allowed three hits, walked five and struck out four.
Aaron Fultz (2-0) allowed two runs in 2 2/3 innings of relief.
Miguel Olivo's solo homer gave the Marlins a 2-0 lead. Utley led off the fourth with a double and scored on Rowand's RBI double. With the bases loaded, Lieberthal hit his fourth career slam and first in three years into the left-field seats for a 5-2 lead.
Willingham added a two-run shot in the fifth, but the Phillies came right back with four runs in the fifth.
Abraham Nunez had a two-run single and Lieberthal punched a single to right past a drawn-in infield for his fifth RBI. Danny Sandoval's base hit skipped over second baseman Dan Uggla's glove to make it 9-4.
Willingham hit a solo shot, his 14th, in the eighth. Sanchez allowed eight runs in 4 1/3 innings.
"We didn't throw strikes, we got down in the count," Marlins manager Joe Girardi said. "You can't do that in this ballpark or you're in trouble."
- Phillies RHP Ryan Franklin was designated for assignment, ending a disappointing stint with the team. He never adjusted to his new role in the bullpen. Franklin was 1-5 with 4.58 ERA and had allowed 10 home runs in 53 innings.
- Abreu's 91 walks led the majors and his .427 on-base percentage was third in the National League.
- Dick Allen (Aug. 16, 1968) and Von Hayes (July 6, 1990) are the other Phillies to walk five times in one game.
- The Phillies recalled OF Michael Bourne and RHP Scott Mathieson from the minors to fill the open roster spots.