Juan Bonilla's single scored Al Pardo in the top of the 15th inning to break a scoreless tie and give the Orioles a 1-0 victory over the New York Yankees tonight.

Bonilla's hit came off nonroster rookie pitcher Logan Easley and ended a game in which the two sides used 10 pitchers and played for almost four hours.

Umpires announced before the 15th inning that the game would be called after the inning, but the Orioles (9-11) ended it anyway for their third straight victory.

Pardo led off the inning with a double to right-center, and Bonilla singled down the right-field line.

Six Yankees pitchers allowed a total of 10 hits, and four Orioles pitchers allowed nine.

Orioles starter Mike Flanagan pitched eight shutout innings, allowing only five hits in the longest outing by a Baltimore pitcher this spring. He will have one more exhibition start before his April 7 opening day assignment against the Cleveland Indians.

Reliever Tippy Martinez came on in the ninth and retired eight straight batters before leaving with a strained muscle above the left knee. Martinez has a 2.13 ERA in seven spring games.

Brad Havens pitched 3 1/3 innings, allowing two hits, and Odell Jones pitched the 15th.

For the Yankees, Ron Guidry pitched six shutout innings, followed by Al Holland for an inning, and Dave Righetti, Mike Armstrong, Rod Scurry and Easley pitched two each.