FORT MYERS, Fla. — Mitch Moreland hit a two-run single, left-hander Drew Pomeranz pitched two innings in his first start of the spring, and the Red Sox beat the Blue Jays 5-4 in an exhibition game Tuesday.

Pomeranz, who received offseason stem-cell treatment for his pitching elbow, threw 35 pitches, 22 for strikes. He allowed two runs and two hits, including a first-inning solo homer by Melvin Upton.

Steve Selsky hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth for Boston.

ROCKIES: Starting catcher Tom Murphy will miss four to six weeks with a hairline fracture in his right forearm.

Manager Bud Black said Murphy broke his arm Saturday in a game against the Cubs when he was hit by Anthony Rizzo’s bat while throwing to second base on a steal attempt.

Murphy is in a splint but won’t need surgery, Black said.

Murphy joins a long list of Rockies sidelined during spring training. First baseman Ian Desmond is set for surgery on his broken left hand this week and will miss several weeks. Right-hander Chad Bettis is undergoing chemotherapy and is out indefinitely after discovering a recurrence of his testicular cancer during a routine follow-up. Left-hander Chris Rusin has an oblique injury and outfielder David Dahl has injured ribs.

CARDINALS: Pitcher Jordan Schafer will have surgery this week on his left elbow and could ultimately need Tommy John surgery.

The 30-year-old Schafer is one of the more intriguing stories across spring training. He spent six seasons in the big leagues as a speedy outfielder with the Braves, Astros and Twins, but is trying to reinvent himself as a pitcher after his career appeared to have ended.

Schafer felt soreness in his forearm over the weekend after struggling in exhibition games.

Schafer will have surgery on Friday, and it will be determined then whether he requires a ligament repair or a complete reconstruction.