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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Roy Halladay is feeling good about himself and his pitching.

Halladay allowed one run and three hits in 2 1-3 innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Yankees 10-5 Friday, New York's seventh straight spring loss.

Halladay is coming off an injury-plagued year in which he had his fewest wins (11) since 2004 and the second-worst ERA (4.49) of his career. The righty missed nearly two months in the middle of the season because of a strained back muscle near his shoulder.

"I feel good right now the way I feel physically and conditioning wise," Halladay said. "Really, I think that is ahead of everything else, and it's a matter of just fine-tuning the pitches."

The 35-year old Halladay gave up one run in two innings during his first spring training start against Detroit. In a 44-pitch outing Friday, he struck out three and walked one.

Halladay struck out Melky Mesa with the bases loaded and two outs in the first. He left after allowing a one-out double in the third to Francisco Cervelli, who scored on Robinson Cano's single off Cesar Jimenez.

"The big thing going forward is to get comfortable with my curveball and cutter," Halladay said.

John Mayberry Jr. drove in three runs and Jimmy Rollins added two RBIs for the Phillies. Closer Jonathan Papelbon allowed two runs - coming on a double by Addison Maruszak - and two hits in the fifth.

Cervelli, bidding to be the Yankees' starting catcher, finished with two hits and drew a walk from Papelbon. He also threw out Rollins, who was trying to steal second.

The Yankees had four errors and gave up six unearned runs. New York has 13 errors in eight games.

"I don't like to lose no matter what time of year it is," manager Joe Girardi said. "We're going to win a game again, I'm sure."

Hiroki Kuroda allowed four runs - one earned - and three hits over 1 2-3 innings in his initial exhibition game start for the Yankees.

"It's early in spring training; there were a few pitches that were good and a few that were not," Kuroda said through a translator. "Main thing was to make sure I threw strikes and to work on my breaking balls, which are not there yet."

Yankees third baseman Kevin Youkilis returned after missing the previous three games because of left side soreness. He was charged with an error in the second for misplaying Mayberry's grounder, which led to two Phillies runs. He struck out and walked before leaving after three innings.

"I struck out looking and a guy's yelling at me. ... He's just angry at life," said Youkilis, the one-time Boston infielder. "There's always one out of a hundred. I actually don't remember what he said, but you just have to laugh it off. If people are booing, they're booing. If you're a Yankee fan and you want to boo me, that's your prerogative. If you don't want to win a World Series and root for guys that play on your team, that's what you have to do, I guess."

Mesa and Ronnier Mustelier homered for the Yankees.

Ryan Howard, who has played in all seven of the Philadelphia's exhibition games this year, went 0 for 3. The first baseman didn't play until July last year while recovering from a torn left Achilles tendon sustained in the Phillies' final game of the 2011 playoffs.

NOTES: New York GM Brian Cashman is scheduled to participate in a parachute jump with the U.S. Army Golden Knights on Monday at the Homestead Air Reserve Base near Miami to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. "It's an opportunity to do something that a lot of people don't do or will ever do, so that's awesome," Cashman said. "But no, it's not like on my list of something I've always wanted to do. I'm excited for the opportunity to do it, and at the same time big-time nervous." ... Halladay and Yankees guest instructor Reggie Jackson spent time together not talking baseball, but cars. "He's a big car guy, and I'm a car guy," Halladay said. ... Yankees closer Mariano Rivera (right knee surgery) said he will throw his second simulated game Sunday. ... New York RHP Phil Hughes could throw Sunday for the first time in two weeks.

 
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Players of the Game
Philadelphia

J. Mayberry
AB 3
R 1
H 1
HR 0
RBI 3
New York

A. Maruszak
AB 3
R 0
H 2
HR 0
RBI 2
 

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Philadelphia Phillies
HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
Jimmy Rollins, SS2112200 .200
    Freddy Galvis, SS2011011 .357
Ben Revere, CF3110012 .375
    Tyson Gillies, CF2000023 .143
Chase Utley, 2B3000011 .333
    Kevin Frandsen, 2B2000000 .333
Ryan Howard, 1B3000010 .444
    Josh Fields, 1B2110010 .286
Michael Young, 3B3110010 .154
    Cody Asche, 3B2120000 .333
Domonic Brown, LF1200300 .385
    Joe Mather, RF1000001 .000
Darin Ruf, DH4111121 .188
John Mayberry Jr., RF3113100 .214
    Ender Inciarte, LF1000001 .333
Steven Lerud, C3110012 .250
    Humberto Quintero, C1001011 .000
Totals3810108712  
Batting
2B - Jimmy Rollins (1, Kuroda)
SF - Humberto Quintero (1)
RBI - Jimmy Rollins 2 (2), Freddy Galvis (3), Darin Ruf (2), John Mayberry Jr. 3 (5), Humberto Quintero (1)
2-OUT RBI - Jimmy Rollins 2 (2), Freddy Galvis (2), John Mayberry Jr. 2 (2)
CS - Jimmy Rollins (1, 2nd base by Nuno/Cervelli)
Team LOB - 9
Fielding
DP - Galvis-Frandsen-Fields
E - Kevin Frandsen (1, Dropped fly)
Philadelphia Phillies
PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Roy Halladay (W,1-0) 2.1311130 4.15
Cesar Jimenez (H,2) 0.2200020 0.00
Phillippe Aumont (H,1) 1100010 0.00
Jonathan Papelbon (H,1) 1222120 43.20
Raul Valdes (H,1) 2222032 9.00
Rodrigo Lopez 2200110 0.00
WP - Roy Halladay (1)
Pitches-Strikes - Roy Halladay 20-16, Cesar Jimenez 8-8, Phillippe Aumont 6-6, Jonathan Papelbon 17-11, Raul Valdes 18-16, Rodrigo Lopez 13-9
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Roy Halladay 2-2, Phillippe Aumont 1-1, Raul Valdes 1-2, Rodrigo Lopez 2-2
Batters Faced - Roy Halladay 11, Cesar Jimenez 4, Phillippe Aumont 4, Jonathan Papelbon 7, Raul Valdes 8, Rodrigo Lopez 8
New York Yankees
HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
Eduardo Nunez, SS3000011 .143
    Gil Velazquez, SS2000011 .222
Francisco Cervelli, C2220100 .250
   a- Gary Sanchez, PH-C2000020 .200
Robinson Cano, 2B3021001 .267
    Walter Ibarra, PR-2B2110010 .444
Kevin Youkilis, 3B1000111 .000
    Addison Maruszak, 3B3022000 .250
Juan Rivera, DH3020001 .462
   b- Bobby Wilson, PH-DH2000002 .125
Melky Mesa, LF-CF5111027 .267
Thomas Neal, RF3000022 .125
    Zoilo Almonte, RF1000000 .364
Kyle Roller, 1B3000022 .125
    Greg Bird, 1B1000000 .200
Adonis Garcia, CF2010000 .444
    Ronnier Mustelier, LF1111100 .500
Totals395125312  
a-struck out for Cervelli in the 6th
b-grounded out for J. Rivera in the 7th
Batting
2B - Francisco Cervelli (1, Halladay), Addison Maruszak (1, Papelbon), Juan Rivera (3, Jimenez)
HR - Melky Mesa (2, Valdes), Ronnier Mustelier (1, Valdes)
RBI - Robinson Cano (2), Addison Maruszak 2 (2), Melky Mesa (4), Ronnier Mustelier (1)
2-OUT RBI - Melky Mesa (4)
SB - Melky Mesa (2, 2nd base off Papelbon/Lerud)
Team LOB - 10
Fielding
DP - Cano-Nunez-Roller, Cervelli-Nunez
E - Addison Maruszak 2 (2, Throwing), Kyle Roller (1, Misplayed grounder), Kevin Youkilis (1, Misplayed grounder)
New York Yankees
PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Hiroki Kuroda (L,0-1) 1.2341120 5.40
David Robertson 0.1000010 0.00
Joba Chamberlain 1222210 9.00
Vidal Nuno 3000240 1.80
Cody Eppley 0.2241200 12.00
Preston Claiborne 1.1200020 0.00
Tommy Kahnle 1100020 0.00
Pitches-Strikes - Hiroki Kuroda 17-13, David Robertson 3-3, Joba Chamberlain 15-7, Vidal Nuno 25-17, Cody Eppley 13-5, Preston Claiborne 10-10, Tommy Kahnle 8-8
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Hiroki Kuroda 4-0, Joba Chamberlain 2-0, Vidal Nuno 3-2, Cody Eppley 2-1, Preston Claiborne 1-1
Batters Faced - Hiroki Kuroda 10, David Robertson 1, Joba Chamberlain 7, Vidal Nuno 11, Cody Eppley 7, Preston Claiborne 6, Tommy Kahnle 4
Game Information
Attendance - 9498
Game Time - 3:07
Temperature - 59
Umpires - Home - Mark Carlson, First Base - Eric Cooper, Second Base - Marty Foster, Third Base - Mark Wegner