"Flash did OK," Phils manager Charlie Manuel said. "He got a little something over the plate on Betemit, and the Louisville [Slugger] caught up with him."More game stuff: Outfield prospect Greg Golson, the 21st overall pick in the June 2004 First-Year Player Draft, homered for the second straight day. Golson also homered in Friday's "B" game against the Pirates. ... Former Phillies farmhand Dan Giese threw an inning for the Yankees, allowing the homer to Golson. ... Clay Condrey gave up a homer in his second straight outing. This time, Alex Rodriguez found a pitch to his liking. Philling in: Righty John Ennis, designated for assignment to make room for waiver claim Ray Olmedo, cleared waivers and became a free agent. He re-signed with the Phillies and returned to camp as a Minor League non-roster invitee. ... Center fielder Shane Victorino agreed to terms on a split contract for the 2008 season, leaving lefty Cole Hamels as the team's only unsigned player. Bobby Abreu returned to Clearwater for the first time since his trade to the Yankees during the 2006 season, and he was booed. Abreu didn't play at Bright House Field last spring because of an injury. Coming up: Hamels makes his first exhibition start of 2008, taking on Andy Pettitte and the Yankees at Legends Field in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday at 1:15 p.m. ET. The Phils lefty stood out there in 2004, when he struck out Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez and Tony Clark in his Grapefruit League debut. Carlos Carrasco, Philadelphia's top prospect, is also scheduled to pitch.
Ken Mandel is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.