The Yankees offense couldn't get much going and a late two-run shot from Philadelphia broke a 1-1 tie to give the Phillies a 3-1 win Monday >> Box score
5 things to know from Monday's game...
1) J.A. Happ got the start for the Yankees on the mound and put together a decent outing. Happ went 4.0 innings and allowed three hits -- including a solo home run from Mikie Mahtook that tied the game up in the third inning. But that would be the only run Happ would allow on the day, and he added five strikeouts to his final tallies.
2) Gio Urshela had a tough go of it at the plate Monday despite some nice plays on the field at third base. Urshela ended his day 0-for-3 with a strikeout included.
3) Brett Gardner and Clint Frazier each grabbed a hit in the game, with Gardner finishing 1-for-2 and Frazier 1-for-3 -- Frazier is hitting a solid .350 in the spring and added a run in the second inning off an Erik Kratz RBI single.
4) Aroldis Chapman made his second appearance of the spring, throwing for just one full inning and leaving with a walk and strikeout under his belt.
5) The Phillies took their first lead of the game on a two-run homer from Christian Bethancourt off of Michael King, and they would hold onto it till the final out of the game, taking this one 3-1.
The Yankees will host the Blue Jays Tuesday at 1:05 p.m., as ace Gerrit Cole gets the ball again for New York, and Tanner Roark does the same for Toronto.