Chase Utley getting back in form for Phils

By on May 7, 2011

Phillies Chase Utley showing signs he may be ready soon to rejoin Philadelphia. (photo by Eddie Michels)

DUNEDIN, Fl.(RSEN) –Phillies second baseman Chase Utley homers to right center during an extended spring game against the Blue Jays Saturday morning.  “I tried to fool him with a change up on 2-2,” said Blue Jays LHP John Anderson of the Utley homer, “Then threw a 3-2 fastball away and he hit it.”  Showing no signs of any knee problems, Utley batted seven times during the game going 5-7 with two homers, driving in two and scoring three times.  Utley also beat out and infield hit and struck out once.  Utley also played every other inning erroneously at second over seven innings. (Photo by EDDIE MICHELS)
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  1. Emenuela says:

    Josh Hamilton from the Cincinnati Reds. He is due to make $ 380,000 this year. I know the season is young, but he is the front renunr for NL Rookie of the Year. He is putting people in the stands and making Red’s fans out of everyone. He is a true feel good story. If you don’t know his story, you should look it up. He’s had a tough past and is getting his act together. So, I hope for only great things for him, and the Cincinnati Reds, for giving him another chance.

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