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Chase Utley (2B)

Philadelphia Phillies

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Chase Utley News & Advice

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Roto Authority | Apr 20th, 1:31am
Chase Utley is a guy I like, but his injury history sort of looms over everything. He's raking now, like crazy, so his trade value should be pretty high. Consider moving him if you have MI depth. - Alex McCrum
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FanGraphs | Apr 19th, 3:15pm
Can we take a moment to talk about Chase Utley? I briefly mentioned Scott Kazmir‘s come back the other day. Utley’s isn’t very similar because he hasn’t actually gone anywhere the past few years, even if it felt as if he had at times. Utley’s stayed productive despite his body’s seemingly ill wishes. From 2005 […]
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KFFL | Apr 17th, 1:32pm
Philadelphia Phillies 2B Chase Utley went 0-for-4 Wednesday, April 16, to snap his 11-game hitting ...
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KFFL | Apr 13th, 7:38pm
Philadelphia Phillies 2B Chase Utley is hitting .500 with three homers and 10 RBIs in ...
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Fangraphs | Apr 10th, 2:36am
The most-encouraging aspect of his torrid start is the power, as at 35 years old, it's unclear when that will suddenly plunge off a cliff. It doesn't appear he's lost his power stroke, though, which is fantastic news. Just don't expect him to be running anytime soon. - J.P. Breen
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Roto Professor | Apr 7th, 1:09am
A slow spring likely had fantasy owners concerned, but after going 3-3 with 1 HR, 1 RBI and 2 R, Utley has now homered in back-to-back games and owns a .857 SLG. Obviously Utley is owned in the majority of formats, but the moral of the story is to stay patient. A slow spring or a slow 4-5 games to open the season is minimal in the grand scheme of things. - Eric Stashin
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Roto Professor | Mar 30th, 1:24am
It took nearly the entire spring, but Utley finally showed signs of life yesterday by going 3-3 with a pair of doubles.  He entered the day with just 1 extra base hit, so fantasy owners can only hope that he is getting things going at the right time.  Despite his age he still has plenty of value (as long as he stays healthy), so don't write him off due to the poor spring. - Eric Stashin