CLEARWATER, Fla. - Derek Jeter got two hits that ended an 0-for-10 slide at the start of spring training and Masahiro Tanaka gave up a home run to Freddy Galvis in the New York Yankees' 4-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday.
Jeter, limited to 17 games last season after breaking an ankle during the 2012 playoffs, grounded out in the first inning, then singled to left in the third and doubled to center in the fifth.
Phillies starter Kyle Kendrick gave up one run and three hits in three innings, including a home run by Ramon Flores leading off the third.
Kendrick walked one in his second spring start. He wanted to improve control from his last start, when he walked three.
"This time I wanted to be more aggressive," he said. "Last time out was the first time out in a while, I was kind of hesitant. This time...I was feeling good."
Carlos Ruiz and John Mayberry Jr. both hit home runs for the Phillies.
Tanaka, the Japanese star signed to a $155 million, seven-year contract, made his second spring training appearance after waiting out a 1½-hour rain delay at the start. He pitched two shutout innings in relief against the Phillies last week.
Tanaka allowed two hits and one run in three innings, giving up Galvis' tying homer in the third.
"I felt that I wasn't at the top of my game going onto the mound today," Tanaka said through a translator. "Including the results and everything, I feel like I did OK."
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira played his first game since June 15, and went 0 for 3. He had surgery last July 2 to repair a torn tendon sheath in his right wrist. He called his outing a "good first step."
"Just being in a live game, seeing what it felt like to run around out there, see live pitching, swing at good pitches - that was good," Teixeira said.
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg discovered he didn't have the power to make an instant replay challenge during the game.
Just not enough juice at Bright House Field, actually.
On the first day Major League Baseball's expanded replay system had a tryout at Philadelphia's spring training home, a power outage got in the way of the only contested call.
Mayberry was thrown out at third base in the seventh inning trying to stretch a double. Sandberg wanted to challenge the ruling, but when third-base umpire Vic Carapazza was ready to go to replay, there were no television feeds available because of a momentary power outage at the ballpark.
"The power went out the pitch before," Sandberg said. "(Carapazza) was giving me an inkling that he missed it.
"He had no hesitation about checking it out. Get over there, and nobody has anything. He showed a little frustration with that."
Phillies-Tigers rained out
The Phillies were supposed to play a split-squad game against the Tigers, but it was rained out in Lakeland, Fla.
Justin Verlander's first spring start was washed out by rain, so the Detroit ace threw in the batting cage - and made up his own pitching line afterward.
"Ten up, 10 down, 10 strikeouts," Verlander said.
The game was called a few minutes after the scheduled start, after steady rain had left puddles all around the warning track.