PHILADELPHIA -- Cole Hamels wasn't too impressed by his latest dominant performance. He knew he got away with a few pitches.
Derrek Lee's double with one out in the fourth was the only hit off Hamels. Relievers Ryan Madson and Clay Condrey each allowed a single.
Hamels (2-1) struck out five, walked two and got 13 outs on flyballs. An All-Star in his first full season last year, Hamels is off to an outstanding start. The left-hander has a 0.82 ERA in three outings.
"It's a scary feeling, especially in this ballpark," Hamels said of watching all those flies to the warning track. "A couple of those in the first inning would've been five rows deep in the summer. I lucked out."
The Phillies won their second straight game without shortstop Jimmy Rollins, but lost center fielder Shane Victorino. The 2007 NL MVP has been out of the starting lineup four straight games since he sprained his left ankle Tuesday. Victorino left the game with a strained right calf after grounding out to end the sixth and was placed on the 15-day disabled list.
A similar injury sidelined Victorino three weeks last August and hampered him the final month. The short-handed Phillies called up outfielder Chris Snelling from Triple-A Lehigh Valley to take Victorino's spot.
Rollins probably isn't going to be ready until Tuesday at the earliest. Victorino had filled in as the leadoff hitter in Rollins' absence.
"Guys have to pick it up," Hamels said.
The defending NL East champs evened their record with their first series win in four tries. The Cubs have lost two in a row after winning five straight.
Hamels got all the runs he needed when Feliz connected off Ted Lilly (0-2) in the second inning. After Pat Burrell walked, Feliz drove one into the left-center field seats for a 2-0 lead.
The Phillies chased Lilly in the fifth. Victorino singled to start the inning, went to third on Chase Utley's double and scored on a wild pitch. Howard made it 5-0 with a towering shot to right-center.
After Lee stroked a line-drive double to center, Hamels retired the next eight batters before walking Lee to start the seventh. He fanned the next two hitters and called it a night after finishing the inning. Hamels relied on a sharp fastball and his trademark changeup to keep Chicago's hitters off balance.
"He's been doing real good, but I think he's going to get better," manager Charlie Manuel said. "In fact, I know he can."
Alfonso Soriano's two-out RBI single off Madson in the eighth broke the shutout. So Taguchi and Jayson Werth had RBI doubles in the bottom half.
Lilly allowed five runs and seven hits in 4 1-3 innings. The left-hander hasn't pitched five innings in any of his first three starts and has a 9.95 ERA.
"Every start so far it's been the same thing, inconsistency with location and I'm giving up a lot of hits and leaving balls out over the plate," Lilly said. "We're (11) games into the season and I haven't contributed yet. It's very frustrating."
Cubs manager Lou Piniella wasn't pleased.
"He didn't have a good spring training and it's carried over," Piniella said. "He's got to improve."
Victorino and Cubs right fielder Mark DeRosa took hits away from each other. DeRosa made a sliding catch near the foul line on Victorino's fly in the first. Victorino made a leaping catch against the center-field wall on DeRosa's drive in the second. Manuel thinks Victorino injured his calf making that play.