Phillies starter John Lannan allowed two hits and walked one in five shutout innings, and
Carlos Ruiz singled in the team's only run in the second inning.
Shelley Duncan homered in the seventh to tie it, and Rays teammate
Evan Longoria continued his strong spring with two hits more hits.
Matt Moore pitched five strong innings for Tampa Bay, striking out seven while allowing three hits and two walks. His only run allowed was unearned, though it came following his errant pickoff throw in the second inning.
Facing mostly Washington backups, Wainwright took a shutout into the sixth inning and allowed only three hits in his second consecutive impressive start.
Jon Jay and Adams homered in a four-run first inning for the Cardinals. Nationals starter
Dan Haren rebounded after that, allowing one earned run and two hits in the next four innings.
Haren, the right-hander who signed a one-year deal with the Nationals in the offseason, gave up five earned runs and six hits in five innings. He has a 5.79 ERA in four spring starts.
Wainwright had a rough start against the Nationals on March 2, but noticed he wasn't striding far enough toward home plate when a fan gave him a picture to sign as he left the parking lot. The right-hander extended his stride about 6 inches and has regained his form in the past two outings.
The opening day starter has a 2.76 ERA in four spring starts.
Former pitcher Micah Owings went 2 for 2 as a left fielder for the Nationals. He's hitting .429.
Mets 5, Braves 2
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) --
Lucas Duda homered and Jeremy Hefner struck out the last six batters he faced in a five-inning stint to help the
New York Mets beat the
Atlanta Braves 5-2 on Friday.
Hefner, bidding for a spot in the Mets' rotation, gave up home runs to Juan Francisco and
Freddie Freeman before finishing strong. Hefner allowed five hits, struck out seven and walked one.
B.J. Upton had a double and single in three at-bats for the Braves, raising his spring average to .444 (20 for 44). He is 10 for 14 in his past five games.
Tim Hudson gave up five hits and two runs over six innings after allowing nine hits and six runs in his previous start.
Zach Lutz had two hits for the Mets, and
Aaron Laffey pitched 2 1-3 hitless innings to close the game.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- New York ace
CC Sabathia made his spring training debut, allowing two runs and eight hits over five innings in the Yankees' 7-3 victory over the Miami Marlins on Friday.
The left-hander struck out two and walked one in his first game since arthroscopic surgery Oct. 25 to remove a bone spur from his left elbow. He pitched in several simulated games before making the start Friday.
Derek Jeter played shortstop flawlessly for the second time since ankle surgery last fall. The New York captain went 1 for 3, hitting a single between short and third in the third.
Francisco Cervelli hit a solo homer in the second, and Travis Hafner had a two-run shot in the third off John Maine. The Florida starter gave up three runs and three hits in three innings.
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -- Boston starter
Felix Doubront limited Minnesota to two hits in four innings and
Jarrod Saltalamacchia hit a two-run homer in the fourth in the second of the Red Sox's two split-squad games Friday, a 5-0 night victory over the
The Red Sox also played to a 3-3, 10-inning tie with Baltimore in the afternoon.
Doubront had four strikeouts and walked one.
Liam Hendriks gave up three runs on five hits in four innings.
After Saltalamacchia hit his first home run of the spring to make it 3-0 in the fourth, Boston added two runs in the eighth off
Brian Duensing. Shannon Wilkerson led off with a bunt single, advanced on
Daniel Nava's single to center and scored on Heiker Meneses' double. Daniel Butler drove in Nava with a sacrifice fly.