Don Mattlingly is apparently sick of the uproar over Chase Utley’s now-infamous NLDS Game 2 slide that broke the leg of Mets infielder Ruben Tejada.
There’s nothing wrong with passion and emotions in sports but you need to know the line where the game stops and real life begins.
Chase Utley was traded to the Dodgers after 15 years in the Phillies’ system, and he thanked the city of the Philadelphia with a heartfelt newspaper ad.
The box score will suggest that Chase Utley hit an RBI single in the fourth inning of Wednesday’s game against the Mariners. That is a lie. Chase Utley’s bat came to life and hit an RBI single in the fourth inning. That is the only reasonable explanation for this. Yes, the bat flew out of
We here at Next Impulse are ecstatic about the season 9 premiere of one of the funniest shows on television, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, airing on FX tonight. A long standing story line throughout the duration of the show, has been Mac’s (one of the main characters) “man crush” on Chase Utley, who is
In the seventh inning of a tie game last night, the Phillies third base coach waved around Chase Utley to try and score on a base hit to right field. Cubs right fielder Cole Gillespie gathered the line drive on a couple bounces and fired to home plate, one-hopping it to Chicago catcher Dioner Navarro,