Posted March 03, 2013 on AP on Fox
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Matt Wieters homered and drove in five runs, Conor Jackson connected twice and the Baltimore Orioles beat a Philadelphia Phillies split squad 12-3 on Sunday. Wieters hit a three-run shot and Jackson followed with his first homer off Phillies starter Kyle Kendrick in the first inning. Baltimore scored seven runs in the fifth on a two-run double by Wieters, a three-run homer by Jackson and a two-run drive by non-roster outfielder Jason Pridie. Kendrick allowed four runs and four hits in two innings. Chris Tillman started for the Orioles and allowed Michael Young's two-run homer. He pitched 2 2-3 innings. In his first appearance of the spring, Miguel Gonzalez tossed two scoreless innings for Baltimore.
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