Walker, Morton lead Pirates over Phillies

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Neil Walker had three hits and an RBI to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies Friday night.


Pirates starter Charlie Morton allowed one hit in three scoreless innings, striking out one. Morton, who is scheduled to start the Pirates’ second regular-season game Wednesday against the Chicago Cubs, ended the spring with a 0.82 ERA in four starts.


Tony Watson pitched a scoreless inning. Watson hasn’t given up a run in five innings this spring. Russell Martin and Clint Barmes added RBIs for the Pirates.


Chase Utley had all three of Philadelphia’s hits, breaking out of a spring slump with a pair of doubles. Utley entered batting .175 with one extra-base hit this spring. The Phillies have been shut out in each of its last three games while combining for six hits in those losses.


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