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    SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - Roy Halladay was eager to prove that last week's poor outing was a fluke.

    After allowing five runs and seven hits in 2 2-3 innings against Minnesota last week, Halladay gave up a run and three hits in six innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-1 Tuesday.

    He struck out five, hit a batter and walked none.

    Adam Jones hit an RBI double to score Nolan Reimold, who was hit by a pitch leading off the game. After that, Halladay allowed just two singles.

    Halladay made some mechanical adjustments.

    "It doesn't make you happy. I can tell you that," Halladay said.

    "There's a fine line between knowing what you need to accomplish and trying to prove a point or be too competitive or be caught up in it. That's something you try and learn to be aware of. It bothers you, but ultimately, you've got to keep in mind what's going on and ultimately what you're trying to accomplish."

    Without star infielders Ryan Howard and Chase Utley, who are injured, the Phillies will have to become more dependent on their pitching.

    "We have enough good players. We don't need a superstar every day. We need consistency and do the job that we're supposed to do," Halladay said.

    In four spring starts, Halladay has allowed 10 runs and 16 hits in 13 2-3 innings, but manager Charlie Manuel isn't worried.

    "Doc's good. Sometimes, Doc's going to give up a home run. It wouldn't be a game if he didn't," Manuel said.

    "He's still human."

    The Phillies lost another infielder when utility player Michael Martinez broke a bone in his right foot when he was hit by a pitch from Jim Johnson. Martinez stayed in the game and scored the go-ahead run by Freddy Galvis.

    There was no immediate timetable on Martinez's return.

    "Worse things happen - I guess. If we need somebody, we'll get somebody else," Manuel said.

    Philadelphia scored off Brian Matusz in the first on an RBI single by Ty Wigginton. Matusz allowed a run and seven hits in five innings.

    In his previous two starts, Matusz pitched eight scoreless innings, allowing five hits. He wasn't nearly as sharp in this outing.

    "It's going to happen over the course of a season, multiple times. It's about trying to be able to find a way to win, find a way to go as deep as I could go and keep grinding. That's what I was able to do today," Matusz said.

    NOTES: Orioles LHP Zach Britton, who hasn't pitched this spring due to discomfort in his left shoulder, will see Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla. on Wednesday. Britton does not expect to start the season with the team. ... Baltimore LHP Tsuyoshi Wada will throw three innings in a minor league game on Thursday. ... The Orioles have four ties in 18 games in spring training - one off the most in the majors since 1996 according to STATS LLC. ... The Phillies optioned RHPs Phillippe Aumont and Michael Schwimmer to minor league camp and reassigned LHPs Jeremy Horst and David Purcey.

     
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    Philadelphia Phillies
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Freddy Galvis, 2B5011022 .273
    Lou Montanez, LF-RF4100102 .394
    Hunter Pence, RF3020010 .292
        Juan Pierre, LF2010000 .281
    Ty Wigginton, 1B3021000 .257
        Hector Luna, 1B2000001 .281
    John Mayberry Jr., CF3010002 .213
        Scott Podsednik, CF1110000 .389
    Carlos Ruiz, C3020001 .450
        Brian Schneider, C1010000 .267
    Kevin Frandsen, 3B3000003 .156
        Pete Orr, 3B1011000 .290
    Michael Martinez, SS2110000 .323
        Miguel Abreu, SS1000002 .500
       a- Erik Kratz, PH1111000 .353
    Totals37415413  
    a-homered for Stutes in the 9th
    Batting
    2B - Hunter Pence (3, Gregg), John Mayberry Jr. (4, Gregg), Michael Martinez (3, Matusz)
    3B - Freddy Galvis (2, Johnson)
    HR - Erik Kratz (1, Phillips)
    SH - Roy Halladay (1)
    RBI - Freddy Galvis (11), Ty Wigginton (4), Pete Orr (3), Erik Kratz (2)
    2-OUT RBI - Freddy Galvis (3), Pete Orr (1)
    Team LOB - 9
    Fielding
    DP - Martinez-Wigginton, Abreu-Galvis-Luna
    Philadelphia Phillies
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Roy Halladay (W,1-1) 6311050 6.59
    Jonathan Papelbon (H,2) 1000100 1.50
    Michael Stutes (H,1) 1100110 3.86
    David Herndon (S,1) 1000020 2.25
    HBP - Reimold (by Roy Halladay)
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Roy Halladay 5-7, Jonathan Papelbon 2-0
    Batters Faced - Roy Halladay 21, Jonathan Papelbon 3, Michael Stutes 4, David Herndon 3
    Baltimore Orioles
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Nolan Reimold, LF3100011 .143
        John Ruettiger, CF0000000 .500
    Nick Johnson, DH3000001 .308
       a- Wilson Betemit, PH-DH1000000 .133
    Nick Markakis, RF3000001 .182
        Ryan Flaherty, RF-3B1000010 .267
    Adam Jones, CF3021000 .286
        Matt Antonelli, SS1000010 .261
    Matt Wieters, C2000112 .120
        Jai Miller, PR-CF^LF0000000 .206
    J.J. Hardy, SS3010011 .269
        John Hester, C0000000 .000
    Mark Reynolds, 3B2000111 .182
        Scott Beerer, PR-RF0000000 .333
    Chris Davis, 1B3010001 .281
        Steve Tolleson, PR-2B0000000 .286
    Robert Andino, 2B3000022 .214
        Jeff Larish, 1B0000000 .250
    Totals2814128  
    a-flied out for N. Johnson in the 9th
    Batting
    2B - Adam Jones (1, Halladay)
    RBI - Adam Jones (6)
    2-OUT RBI - Adam Jones (2)
    SB - Nolan Reimold (2, 2nd base off Halladay/Ruiz)
    CS - Scott Beerer (1, 2nd base by Stutes/Schneider)
    Team LOB - 3
    Fielding
    Outfield Assists - Nick Markakis 1
    DP - Reynolds-Davis, Hardy-Davis, Hardy-Andino-Davis
    Baltimore Orioles
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Brian Matusz 5711130 2.40
    Kevin Gregg 1200000 4.50
    Jim Johnson (L,0-2) 1111000 12.00
    Willie Eyre 1311000 3.38
    Zach Phillips 1211001 2.16
    HBP - Martinez (by Jim Johnson)
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Brian Matusz 7-2, Kevin Gregg 1-1, Jim Johnson 3-0, Willie Eyre 2-1, Zach Phillips 3-0
    Batters Faced - Brian Matusz 20, Kevin Gregg 4, Jim Johnson 5, Willie Eyre 6, Zach Phillips 5
    Game Information
    Attendance - 7811
    Game Time - 2:18
    Temperature - 81
    Umpires - Home - Tim Welke, First Base - Bill Welke, Second Base - Chad Fairchild, Third Base - Quinn Wolcott