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    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - An injury to Michael Pineda may have ended any questions about the New York Yankees' rotation.

    Pineda experienced soreness in the back of his right shoulder during the Yankees' 13-9 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.

    "My arm is a little sore," Pineda said.

    Pineda, bidding for a starting spot, allowed six runs and seven hits in 2 2-3 innings. The hard-throwing right-hander struggled with his fastball velocity again, averaging around 91 mph.

    Opening-day starter CC Sabathia and Hiroki Kuroda are already in New York's rotation. Phil Hughes, Ivan Nova, Freddy Garcia and Pineda are competing for the other three spots.

    New York manager Joe Girardi said Pineda's injury likely has ended the competition.

    "We're going to be careful with him," Girardi said.

    Pineda also said he had issues with his mechanics, opening up his left shoulder while making pitches. He finished with two strikeouts and three walks, throwing just 40 of 71 pitches for strikes.

    "I don't have that good command for my fastball," Pineda said.

    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said he is concerned about Pineda, who will have an MRI on Saturday.

    "Hopefully we'll have some good news (Saturday)," Girardi said.

    Pineda had not reported any problems before Friday night, according to Cashman.

    Pineda was acquired from Seattle for slugging prospect Jesus Montero as part of a four-player trade in January. The 23-year old made the AL All-Star team last year in his rookie season, but was winless over his final seven starts.

    New York left-hander Cesar Cabral also left with what Cashman called a painful elbow injury. The reliever will have X-rays and an MRI exam Saturday

    "This has been a real bad day," Cashman said.

    Carlos Ruiz had a three-run double during a four-run third against Pineda.

    Curtis Granderson hit a two-run homer later in the third off Jonathan Papelbon, who was charged with four runs and three hits in two-thirds of an inning. He had given up just one run over his previous 10 innings.

    Jim Thome doubled in three at-bats as the Phillies' designated hitter. With Ryan Howard set to begin the 2012 season on the disabled list while recovering from left Achilles' surgery, manager Charlie Manuel said Thome could start the season playing first base two or three times a week.

    "He's looked pretty good," Manuel said. "If we can get two games a week out of him that would be fine, but sometimes if we can get three that would be even better."

    Jimmy Rollins hit third Friday, which is something Manuel said could happen during the regular season.

    "Jimmy can hit in the three-hole, he can hit anywhere," Manuel said. "We could have a different lineup a lot. I'm not saying every day, but we're going to have some lineups. We're in this to win, go ask ownership. We need to put the best lineup on the field we possibly can."

    Hughes has been considered a frontrunner to be in the rotation, and appeared in line for a regular season start after his next outing was moved from Saturday to Sunday.

    Garcia had another solid performance Friday, giving up one run and two hits over 6 2/3 innings in a Triple-A game.

    "For me, this spring, I've pitched good enough so I'm happy," Garcia said.

    Nova, a 16-game winner last season, will start Tuesday's road game in Port St. Lucie against the New York Mets.

    Yankees right fielder Nick Swisher, out with a groin injury, played five innings of defense in the Triple-A game and should return Sunday.

    "I'm, at least, almost ready to really take off the chains and just let it go," Swisher said. "I didn't feel it at all. Overall, I feel great as of right now."

    Dewayne Wise homered twice and had three RBIs for the Yankees.

    NOTES: Philadelphia traded INF/OF Matt Rizzotti to Minnesota for cash considerations. ... Yankees RHP David Robertson allowed two runs and five hits over two innings in a Double-A game. Robertson, slowed earlier this spring by a bruised right foot, said he will be ready for opening day. "I think he's still developing arm strength," Girardi said. "I don't think he's far away." ... New York LHP Andy Pettitte is scheduled to throw his second simulated game Saturday and might pitch in Wednesday's home game with the Mets. ... DH/OF Jack Cust has been added to the Yankees' Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre roster. C Craig Tatum was outrighted to the International League club.

     
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    Philadelphia Phillies
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Juan Pierre, LF5141000 .358
    Shane Victorino, CF4020001 .297
        John Mayberry Jr., CF1000001 .186
    Jimmy Rollins, SS3100103 .264
        Pete Orr, SS1000000 .288
    Jim Thome, DH3111110 .281
       a- Lou Montanez, PH-DH0100100 .333
    Hunter Pence, RF3121011 .284
        Scott Podsednik, RF1000101 .340
    Placido Polanco, 3B2111102 .448
        Hector Luna, 3B2110000 .311
    Ty Wigginton, 1B3100021 .190
        Laynce Nix, 1B2012000 .200
    Carlos Ruiz, C3123001 .487
        Brian Schneider, C2010001 .276
    Freddy Galvis, 2B4010002 .271
    Totals39916954  
    a-walked for Thome in the 9th
    Batting
    2B - Jim Thome (4, Pineda), Hunter Pence (6, Wade), Hector Luna (3, Pope), Laynce Nix (2, Pope), Carlos Ruiz 2 (6, Pineda, Pineda)
    RBI - Juan Pierre (3), Jim Thome (6), Hunter Pence (9), Placido Polanco (6), Laynce Nix 2 (4), Carlos Ruiz 3 (9)
    2-OUT RBI - Juan Pierre (3), Hunter Pence (5), Laynce Nix 2 (4), Carlos Ruiz 3 (3)
    CS - Juan Pierre (4, 2nd base by Pineda/Martin), Jimmy Rollins (2, 2nd base by Pineda/Martin)
    PK - Scott Podsednik (1, Rapada)
    Team LOB - 8
    Fielding
    Outfield Assists - Juan Pierre 1
    DP - Galvis-Nix
    PB - Carlos Ruiz (1)
    E - Hector Luna (2, Misplayed grounder), Pete Orr (1, Misplayed grounder)
    Philadelphia Phillies
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Antonio Bastardo 1.1000000 3.52
    Chad Qualls (H,2) 0.2111200 4.66
    Jonathan Papelbon (H,3) 0.2344121 4.22
    Kyle Kendrick (BS,1) 1.1522200 1.69
    Julio Rodriguez 2100400 0.00
    Lisalberto Bonilla (L,0-1) 1332011 13.50
    Colton Murray 1232111 18.00
    Pitches-Strikes - Antonio Bastardo 4-4, Chad Qualls 12-3, Jonathan Papelbon 17-10, Kyle Kendrick 16-8, Julio Rodriguez 22-6, Lisalberto Bonilla 15-12, Colton Murray 15-10
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Antonio Bastardo 2-2, Chad Qualls 2-0, Kyle Kendrick 2-1, Julio Rodriguez 2-3, Lisalberto Bonilla 2-0, Colton Murray 3-0
    Batters Faced - Antonio Bastardo 4, Chad Qualls 5, Jonathan Papelbon 6, Kyle Kendrick 10, Julio Rodriguez 10, Lisalberto Bonilla 6, Colton Murray 7
    New York Yankees
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Derek Jeter, SS3220100 .324
        Doug Bernier, PR-SS1100100 .345
    Curtis Granderson, CF2112100 .333
        Chris Dickerson, PR-CF2211111 .188
    Robinson Cano, 2B3110001 .212
        Eduardo Nunez, 2B3011002 .382
    Alex Rodriguez, 3B3001011 .279
        Bill Hall, 3B1000111 .206
    Eric Chavez, 1B4121012 .263
        Gustavo Molina, C1000000 .375
    Russell Martin, C2120200 .313
        Addison Maruszak, PR-1B1000000 .000
    Andruw Jones, DH2010204 .205
       a- Francisco Arcia, PH-DH11100001.000
    Justin Maxwell, RF2013100 .342
        Zoilo Almonte, RF2100002 .286
    Brett Gardner, LF3000005 .213
        Dewayne Wise, LF2223000 .412
    Totals38131512104  
    a-doubled for A. Jones in the 8th
    Batting
    2B - Chris Dickerson (2, Bonilla), Francisco Arcia (1, Murray)
    HR - Curtis Granderson (2, Papelbon), Dewayne Wise 2 (2, Bonilla, Murray)
    RBI - Curtis Granderson 2 (6), Chris Dickerson (3), Eduardo Nunez (4), Alex Rodriguez (10), Eric Chavez (5), Justin Maxwell 3 (11), Dewayne Wise 3 (9)
    2-OUT RBI - Eric Chavez (4), Justin Maxwell 2 (2)
    SB - Derek Jeter (1, 2nd base off Rodriguez/Schneider), Chris Dickerson (3, 3rd base off Bonilla/Schneider), Eduardo Nunez (3, 2nd base off Bonilla/Schneider), Justin Maxwell (5, 2nd base off Qualls/Ruiz), Brett Gardner 2 (7, 2nd base off Rodriguez/Schneider, 3rd base off Rodriguez/Schneider)
    CS - Eduardo Nunez (2, 3rd base by Bonilla/Schneider)
    Team LOB - 11
    Fielding
    DP - Chavez-Jeter, Hall-Maruszak
    New York Yankees
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Michael Pineda 2.2766320 5.68
    Boone Logan 0.1000000 2.35
    Cory Wade 2311010 6.75
    Cesar Cabral 1100000 1.59
    Clay Rapada (W,1-0) 1000110 0.00
    Chase Whitley (H,2) 1300000 5.40
    Ryan Pope 1222100 9.82
    WP - Cesar Cabral (3)
    Pitches-Strikes - Michael Pineda 30-18, Boone Logan 1-1, Cory Wade 10-10, Cesar Cabral 5-4, Clay Rapada 8-4, Chase Whitley 5-5, Ryan Pope 9-5
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Michael Pineda 4-1, Cory Wade 2-2, Chase Whitley 2-0, Ryan Pope 1-2
    Batters Faced - Michael Pineda 17, Boone Logan 1, Cory Wade 8, Cesar Cabral 4, Clay Rapada 3, Chase Whitley 5, Ryan Pope 6
    Game Information
    Attendance - 10883
    Game Time - 3:40
    Temperature - 78
    Umpires - Home - Mark Wegner, First Base - Dan Iassogna, Second Base - UMP Nonindividual, Third Base - Mike Estabrook