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Date of game: 2/26/2013

Recap: Philadelphia vs. NY Yankees

Clearwater, FL (Sports Network) - Tommy Joseph hit the go-ahead two-run homer and Domonic Brown added a solo blast in the seventh inning as Philadelphia rallied past the Yankees, 4-3, in Grapefruit League action.

Kevin Frandsen hit an RBI double in the sixth for the Phillies, who won their first exhibition game of 2013.

Zach Miner picked up the win and Jeremy Horst the save. Starter Kyle Kendrick allowed one run and three hits in two innings.

JR Murphy launched a two-run shot for the Yankees, while Mark Teixeira drove in the other run with a double.

Zach Nuding took the loss and a blown save, charged with all three runs in the seventh. Starter Jose Ramirez tossed two innings of no-hit, no-run ball.

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