The Philadelphia Phillies and Baltimore Orioles played to a 3-3 tie last night in an exhibition game that was called by mutual agreement after 13 innings in Miami.
The Orioles loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the 13th but rookie right-hander Ed Wojna then retired the next three batters.
The Phillies had three hits and a run on an RBI single by Greg Gross off Baltimore starter Jim Palmer in the top of the first inning. Palmer then worked out of a bases-loaded jam, getting Kiko Garcia on a fly ball.
The Orioles tied the game in the bottom of the inning when Eddie Murray's sacrifice grounder scored Al Bumbry from third.
The Phillies regained the lead in the second when Bob Denier singled, stole second and third and scored on a base hit by Gary Matthews.
The Orioles made it 2-2 when Cal Ripken scored on a single by Ken Singleton. But the Phillies went ahead in the top of the seventh when Garcia's squeeze bunt scored Len Matuzak from third.
Baltimore tied the contest when Murray homered to lead off the bottom of the eighth inning off reliever Tug McGraw. It was Murray's third homer in the last four games.
Palmer allowed two runs and six hits in three innings before John Flinn, Tim Stoddard, Mike Boddiker and Dan Morogiello combined to limit the Phillies to one run over the final 10 innings.
The Phillies stranded 16 runners while the Orioles left 13 and the two teams combined for 28 hits.