Summary: Closer Brad Lidge did not make the trip to face the Astros in Kissimmee this afternoon because of bicep tendinitis, CSNPhilly.com reports. Lidge, along with pitching coach Rich Dubee, downplayed the injury, stating that if it were the regular season he would play through it. Lidge hasn’t had the best spring. In five games, he’s 0-1 with a 9.00 ERA, two walks and four strikeouts, although in his last outing, he was working on his fastball exclusively. Meanwhile, Cole Hamels takes the hill and will be backed by Jimmy Rollins at SS, Shane Victorino CF, Raul Ibanez LF, Ryan Howard 1B, Placido Polanco 3B, John Mayberry RF, Carlos Ruiz C and Josh Barfield 2B. The Phillies have played to a 11-7 mark, the fourth-best winning percentage in the Grapefruit League.