Hinch, who is trying to grab the backup catcher's job from Todd Pratt, started the spring 0-for-10, but has been swinging the bat better the past few days. Hinch was 2-for-4 to raise his average to an even .200 (3-for-15) this spring. Pratt is hitting .167 (2-for-12).
Randy Wolf (0-2) gave up a three-run homerun to Eduardo Perez in the first inning to fall behind early. Wolf allowed six runs on eight hits and a walk over four-plus innings of work. Toronto scored a ninth inning run off Aaron Fultz after Pedro Liriano and Terry Adams each threw two innings of shutout ball.