Not all the injury news was bad for the Yankees yesterday.

Boone Logan said he felt “great” after pitching a scoreless fifth in a 4-1 loss to the Phillies in his first appearance of the spring.

“I was pretty locked in with my pitches,” said the southpaw, who had been sidelined with a sore elbow before yesterday’s outing. “It was fun again.”

After giving up a single to Chase Utley, he retired Ryan Howard on a fly to right then struck out Domonic Brown and Laynce Nix — all lefties.

“That’s what I was expecting,” Logan said of his performance. “I wasn’t gonna have my first game be an excuse not to get the job done.”

Logan figures on getting in four more games before the end of spring training and was confident that would be enough for him to get ready for Opening Day.

“If I can stay the way I’m feeling right now, I’ll be in pretty good shape,” he said.

He said he intends to ice his arm after he pitches this season to avoid further soreness.

“I never did [it],” Logan said. “I was more of the theory of letting the blood flow through the arm, but the ice seems to be helping this spring. I’ll probably stick to it this year.”

And he said he doesn’t plan to work any less.

“I can’t,” Logan said. “If Joe [Girardi] asks for me, I’ve gotta go.”

Girardi said he was “pleased” with how Logan looked.