The Philadelphia Phillies gave up two go-ahead runs in the third inning and the Toronto Blue Jays went on to post a 4-3 victory in a Grapefruit League exhibition opener shortened to 6 1/2 innings by rain on Wednesday in Clearwater, Fla.

Reliever Phillipe Aumont (0-1) took the loss. The 6-foot-7 right-hander replaced Phillies starter Roberto Hernandez to start the third and yielded the two runs.

Aumont walked Toronto left fielder Melky Cabrera and right fielder Jose Bautista before giving up an RBI single to designated hitter Adam Lind and a run-scoring groundout by third baseman Brett Lawrie that made it 4-2.

Hernandez began the game by giving up a two-out homer to Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista in the top of the first, but Philadelphia came back with two in the bottom of the inning to take a 2-1 lead against Toronto starter JA Happ.

Phillies center fielder Ben Revere led off the first with a single up the middle and shortstop Jimmy Rollins followed with a walk. Revere scored on an RBI single by first baseman Ryan Howard and Rollins came home on a single by right fielder Marlon Byrd.

The Blue Jays tied it at 2 in the top of the second against Hernandez on back-to-back doubles by Lawrie and center fielder Colby Rasmus.

The Phillies closed to 4-3 in the fifth when shortstop Ronny Cedeno doubled home center fielder Tony Gwynn Jr, who had walked against Blue Jays reliever Kyle Drabek, the son of former Cy Young Award winner Doug Drabek.

Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg removed most of the Philadelphia starters by the fifth inning.

Bautista scoed twice and had an RBI for the Blue Jays.

Right-hander Todd Redmond (1-0) was the winning pitcher for Toronto. He came on for Happ at the start of the second and worked two innings, giving up no hits and striking out one.

Happ gave up two runs, four hits and one walk while striking out three in one inning of work.