CLEARWATER, Fla. - As of yesterday morning, when the lineup was posted in the clubhouse, Jimmy Rollins wasn't in for today's game in Clearwater against the New York Yankees. It would be the third straight day Rollins is out of the starting lineup.

Rollins said he was healthy when he arrived to Bright House Field yesterday. He hit in the indoor cages and ran along the outfield track afterward.

"No one has told me [anything about his health]," general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said later in the morning. "He might be a little weak from his flu. Ryno's making out the lineup."

So, Ryno?

"He's fine," manager Ryne Sandberg said following the Phillies' 6-5 win over the Orioles in Sarasota.

Rollins was also held out of three straight games from March 2-4. He was scratched from a start on March 4 with flu-like symptoms.

Rollins is hitting .133 (2-for-15) with a home run, three RBI, four walks and three strikeouts in seven games. He's hitless in his last 12 at-bats.

Freddy Galvis started in his place yesterday. Sandberg was asked whether Galvis could compete with Rollins for playing time in 2014.

"Freddy's a guy that will get playing time at various positions," Sandberg said. "He's a guy that I like in the lineup. I feel good about what he brings to the table. The biggest thing, I like his energy and his positive influence that he sets out there. He's a positive influence on everybody around him."

And what have you thought about Jimmy in that regard this spring?

"Uh, no comment," Sandberg said.

Galvis, 24, is hitting .148 (4-for-27) in 11 games this spring.

But, hitting out of the second spot in the lineup, Galvis worked a walk to help the Phillies score three runs in the first inning. In his second at-bat, in the second inning, Galvis hit a two-out, RBI triple off Baltimore righthander Ubaldo Jimenez.

Galvis finished the game 1-for-2 with a triple, a walk, a run scored and an RBI. Last week, Galvis hit his first home run of the spring, off Yankees rookie phemon Masahiro Tanaka.

Rollins, 35, hit .252 with a .318 OBP and 65 runs scored in 160 games in 2013, his 14th year with the Phillies. Rollins is in the third year of a 3-year, $33 million deal that includes a vesting option for 2015.

The option vests if Rollins reaches 600 plate appearances in 2014 or a total of 1,100 plate appearances in 2013 and 2014. Rollins had 666 plate appearances last season.

David Murphy contributed to this report.