Worth noting

Worth noting

• According to a Boston Globe report, scouts from the Pirates and Brewers have been keeping an eye on Red Sox first baseman Mike Carp this spring. The lefty-swinging Carp would seem to be a natural platoon partner for Pittsburgh first baseman Gaby Sanchez

• Manager Clint Hurdle didn't have an update Sunday on Sanchez, who was scratched from Saturday's lineup with discomfort in his right knee. Hurdle said the Pirates are "going to go day to day" with Sanchez.

• Infielder Josh Harrison's sixth-inning solo homer off Phillies left-handed reliever Antonio Bastardo on Sunday didn't just clear the fences. It soared all the way over the tiki pavilion deck in left field. Harrison has hit safely in all three of his games this spring.

• Hurdle spoke highly of lefty reliever Adam Wilk, who struck out two and allowed only one hit over two scoreless innings on Sunday. Wilk spent last year pitching for the Korean NC Dinos.

"He had to find a way to do some things differently. It could bode very well for him in his future," Hurdle said. "There's some deception in the delivery. There's a little late movement. The command was good today. We'll see. He's worked very hard. He wanted to get back to the States and pitched and seemed to be a good fit with us. We'll continue to give him the ball and see what he can do."

Adam Berry is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @adamdberry. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.