TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Nathan Eovaldi gave up two hits over four shutout innings, and the New York Yankees beat a Philadelphia Phillies split squad 3-2 Sunday.
Eovaldi retired seven in a row before Cameron Rupp flared a single to center in the third. Cody Asche singled to center during the fourth.
''For the most part I was able to throw all four of my pitches,'' Eovaldi said.
Eovaldi, acquired from Miami in December, went 6-14 with a 4.37 ERA in 33 starts last year. In three outings this spring, the right-hander has given up one run and seven hits in nine innings.
''Really good,'' Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. ''We're really excited to have him in camp.''
Eovaldi had three strikeouts, throwing 38 of 45 pitches for strikes.
''Pretty good ... especially for me,'' he said.
Yankees DH Alex Rodriguez grounded out and walked. A-Rod is 6 for 17 (.353) with four walks overall. Chase Headley hit a solo homer.
Domonic Brown had an RBI single in three at-bats for the Phillies. Ben Revere went 1 for 2.
Phillies: LHP Cole Hamels is scheduled to make his third start in Monday's game with Baltimore. He allowed two runs and three hits over five innings in the two previous outings.
Yankees: After an off-day Monday, LHP CC Sabathia makes his first spring training start Tuesday night against Toronto. The 34-year-old lefty was hobbled by a degenerative cartilage problem in his right knee last season and was done after having surgery in July.
Phillies: RHP Sean O'Sullivan gave up one run and two hits over three innings. He made three appearances, including two starts, with Philadelphia last season.
Yankees: RHP Masahiro Tanaka threw 40 pitches during a bullpen session in preparation for his second start Wednesday night against Atlanta. He threw two perfect innings in Thursday night's game with the Braves. Tanaka was an All-Star last year during his first season in the majors, but the Japanese right-hander missed 2 1/2 months while rehabilitating a partially torn ligament in his elbow. He returned for two starts in late September. ... INF Brendan Ryan (strained back) hopes to play for the first time late this week.
There was a moment of silence before the game for 1953 AL MVP and former Yankees president Al Rosen, who died Friday at 91.
Top prospects, OF Aaron Judge and RHP Luis Severino, were among 10 players sent to the Yankees' minor league camp. ''It was great,'' Judge said of his first big league camp. ''I learned a lot. My goal is try to get better.'' Also reassigned were Cs Trent Garrison and Juan Graterol, INF Cito Culver, OF Jake Cave, and LHPs Tyler Webb and James Pazos, and RHPs Nick Goody and Diego Moreno.