That guy cruising through spring camp with the .320 average and .720 slugging percentage hit another home run Tuesday.

Don Kelly, who wasn't exactly a lock to make the Tigers or even find a place on the 40-man roster, is an early bettors' favorite to again go north.

He hit a two-run home run off Roy Halladay in a 10-6 clobbering of the Phillies at Bright House Field that featured big days from players who historically have been reserves.

Ramon Santiago, a bench favorite since 2006, ripped a grand slam off Halladay, and backup catcher Brayan Pena also had a home run.

Kelly's bat has never had the stature of his defensive versatility.

He has played eight positions for the Tigers, which makes him a handy player for Jim Leyland.

But this spring, he also has been tattooing pitches. Kelly has two home runs, a triple and two doubles as part of his eight hits in 25 at-bats.

His OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) is a hefty 1.134.

"He's swung the bat good all spring," Leyland said following a game in which the Tigers had 11 hits, three of them, including an RBI double, courtesy of catcher Alex Avila.

Kelly, 33, was designated for assignment last summer and played at Triple A Toledo before rejoining the Tigers ahead of their postseason run. He signed during the offseason as a minor league free agent and came to camp seemingly a long shot to make the team.

"I'm just trying to get a good pitch to hit," Kelly said.

"Just trying to work hard and get a shot.

"Like every year."