Lee, the 2008 AL Cy Young winner with Cleveland, allowed three hits and struck out two. He matched up against the 2012 NL winner -- with the New York Mets -- for the second time in six days."Cliff was solid, a normal outing for him," Philadelphia manager Ryne Sandberg said. "He had his fastball command and he made some good pitches. I thought he looked sharp."Dickey yielded three runs and four hits in four innings of his second spring start. He struck out two and walked three."I felt strong, which is all I really care about right now," Dickey said. "Being able to get up and down (for four innings) early in spring, feeling great, that's important for me.Lind connected off right-hander B.J. Rosenberg with two outs in the fourth inning.Marlon Byrd hit an opposite-field homer in the third off Dickey.STARTING TIMEPhillies: Lee threw a perfect first inning en route to three sharp innings in his second spring outing. The left-hander hasn't walked a batter in five spring innings."I'm pretty happy with it," Lee said. "I know what my job is (this spring) and I know what I need to do to prepare. . It's just a matter of doing it."Blue Jays: Dickey hit the second batter he faced and walked three but remained encouraged following his second start of the spring."I had a really good (knuckle) today," Dickey said. "The one that hit (Freddy) Galvis, it broke three feet and just broke right into his shoe. That's part of the deal; you get one, it catches and goes that way. That's tough. Other than that I felt pretty good."BIG BYRDByrd finished the game 2 for 3 and is hitting .385 in five games this spring. The Phillies signed Byrd to a two-year, $16 million free-agent contract to play right field and bat behind cleanup hitter Ryan Howard."He's swinging a good bat and having consistent at-bats," Sandberg said. "He's a good bat for us and he's showing it early."TRAINER'S ROOMPhillies: Third baseman Cody Asche took batting practice with his teammates but was out of the lineup for the second straight day. Asche was hit in the right hand with a pitch from Pittsburgh's Yao-Hsun Yang on Sunday. He could return to the lineup on Wednesday against the Braves, according to Sandberg."He's a quick healer," Sandberg said.Philadelphia shortstop Jimmy Rollins was a late scratch from the starting lineup. Rollins took part in pregame work with the team but has had flu-like symptoms. Rollins illness kept him out of camp on Monday.