CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Hector Luna drove in two runs, including the game-winner in the Phillies' 4-3, 10-inning victory over the Blue Jays Saturday at Bright House Field.

Luna doubled in a run for the Phillies in the eighth, then won the game with a single in the 10th, scoring Scot Podsednik.

Phillies Right-hander Vance Worley allowed four hits and struck out three in four scoreless innings. He has a 1.80 ERA in three Grapefruit League starts.

The Blue Jays scored their first run in the sixth inning when Colby Rasmus scored on a sacrifice fly from Eric Thames.

Both teams scored single runs in the eighth and ninth innings to force extras. J.P. Arencibia and Brian Bocock hit solo homers for the Jays and Freddy Galvis homered in the bottom of the ninth to tie it for the Phillies.

Blue Jays right-hander Brandon Morrow allowed five hits, one run and one walk and struck out four in 3 1/3 innings. Morrow now has a 1.08 ERA in three spring starts.

"Unfortunately I didn't get all the way through the four innings," Morrow said. "I didn't have particularly good fastball command today, especially out of the wind-up but that kind of gave me an opportunity to use all of my other pitches in situations that I'm looking to use them in. Behind in the count, 2-1, those counts where I've been hit hard before, when I've had to stay hard with the fastball.

"I threw a lot of good changeups today, a lot of good curveballs, they kept me out of trouble even though I kept putting myself in bad counts."

Morrow allowed his only run in the first on a leadoff homer by Jimmy Rollins.

Up the road: The Phillies travel just down the road to play the Blue Jays at 1:05 p.m. Sunday in Dunedin. Left-hander Cole Hamels makes his fourth Grapefruit League start. Antonio Bastardo, David Herndon, Chad Qualls and Mike Stutes also are scheduled to pitch.