Jimenez, who signed a four-year, $50 million contract with the Orioles on Feb. 19, struck out three.
“I feel good, but I know I’m not 100 percent like most of the pitchers are right now. They’re probably a week ahead of me, but I feel fine. I’m getting there. I’ve been doing some routines that they want me to do in order to get ready for the season, and that’s what I’m doing,” Jimenez said.
Nick Markakis was 4 for 4, including two doubles and a triple. Matt Wieters, J.J. Hardy, Ryan Flaherty and Jemile Weeks each drove in two runs. Hardy had three hits.
“We’ve got some work to do,” Philadelphia manager Ryne Sandberg said. “Just a lot of little things. The wind blowing, players unaware of it, bobbles on the infield, cutoff throws coming in - yeah, we’ve got a lot of work to do.”
Baltimore’s Miguel Gonzalez sustained a bruised left leg when he was hit by a line drive from Cameron Rupp in the fifth.
“I felt like I put myself in good positions. I put myself in decent positions to put guys away,” Burnett said.
He said his team’s record in spring training isn’t reflective of its talent.
“You’ve got to progress, find the positives and work from there. Our record doesn’t reflect on our attitude and our thinking,” Burnett said.
“He was a little erratic with a couple of breaking pitches he tried to get strikeouts on. That’s something he wants to get better at. Then it was rough after that,” Sandberg said.
Orioles: Pitching coach Dave Wallace was impressed with Jimenez’s outing.