Indians Rain On Phillies Spring Finale In 3-1 Win

As excited as the Phillies were to play their first games at Citizens Bank Park, they're probably glad that the games and spring training are officially over. The Phillies finished the spring by losing 12 of their final 13 games and the offense was pretty much non-existant through the stretch.

Eric Milton started and pitched three strong innings for the Phillies in their final spring training game of the season. Milton exited with the game scoreless and turned things over to Bretty Myers.

Myers came on and surrendered a two-run homerun to Travis Hafner as part of a three-run Indians inning. Amaury Telemaco relieved Myers with one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the fourth. Telemaco gave up an RBI groundball to pitcher Jason Stanford as the Indians went out to a 3-0 lead.

The game was delayed for 2 1/2 hours because of rain and was close to being cancelled. Both teams start the season on the road with Cleveland playing in Minnesota and the Phillies opening up in Pittsburgh.

The Phillies scored two or fewer runs in eight of their final 13 games.

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