"I struck out looking and a guy's yelling at me. ... He's just angry at life," said Youkilis, the one-time Boston infielder. "There's always one out of a hundred. I actually don't remember what he said, but you just have to laugh it off. If people are booing, they're booing. If you're a Yankee fan and you want to boo me, that's your prerogative. If you don't want to win a World Series and root for guys that play on your team, that's what you have to do, I guess."
Mesa and Ronnier Mustelier homered for the Yankees.
Ryan Howard, who has played in all seven of the Philadelphia's exhibition games this year, went 0 for 3. The first baseman didn't play until July last year while recovering from a torn left Achilles tendon sustained in the Phillies' final game of the 2011 playoffs.
NOTES: New York GM Brian Cashman is scheduled to participate in a parachute jump with the U.S. Army Golden Knights on Monday at the Homestead Air Reserve Base near Miami to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. "It's an opportunity to do something that a lot of people don't do or will ever do, so that's awesome," Cashman said. "But no, it's not like on my list of something I've always wanted to do. I'm excited for the opportunity to do it, and at the same time big-time nervous." ... Halladay and Yankees guest instructor Reggie Jackson spent time together not talking baseball, but cars. "He's a big car guy, and I'm a car guy," Halladay said. ... Yankees closer Mariano Rivera (right knee surgery) said he will throw his second simulated game Sunday. ... New York RHP Phil Hughes could throw Sunday for the first time in two weeks.
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