Worley, who will be pitching with a bone chip in his elbow for the remainder of the season, was a bit erratic in the first inning but bounced-back nicely and was able to last longer than his 75-pitch count placed on him.
"It's nice knowing that there's nothing in there that's going to bother me," Worley said. "I've just got to go out there and pitch."
The Phillies and Dodgers continue their four-game series Tuesday (7:05 p.m. ET on Comcast Sports Network), while Worley is expected to return to the five-man rotation.
"There's inflammation in the posterior joint. No structural damage," general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said Wednesday. "Right now we're going to shut him down for a week from throwing. And then we'll get him reevaluated and hopefully by that time he'll start another throwing program. Generally its pretty good news. When you don't have structural damage - as far as the future is concerned - that's a good thing."
Worley was placed on the disabled list this week after experiencing inflammation in his right elbow. There is no set timetable for his return, but Amaro said Worley would try throwing again once he has been shut down for a full week.
The 24-year old right hander had gotten off to a strong start this season, amassing a 3-2 record with a 3.07 ERA in his first seven starts.