The first home Mets playoff game in nine years went pretty swimmingly last night, and with a win tonight Terry Collins's club can finish off the Dodgers and punch their ticket to the NLCS. Just as he was last night, Chase Utley will be eligible to play in tonight's game... More »
The veteran infielder is the most wanted man in Queens after a Game 2 collision.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the appeal hearing for Chase Utley’s two-game suspension will take place next Monday, meaning that he will be available to play in Game 4 of the NLDS, as well as Game 5 if the Dodgers win tonight. Read more...
The veteran second baseman’s hearing has reportedly been set.
New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada has become an important figure for New York baseball fans since Chase Utley's take-out slide fractured his fibula. While Utley, now public enemy No. 1 in New York, was booed heavily before Game 3,...Show More Summary
The appeal hearing for Chase Utley has been set for Monday, so the Dodgers infielder will be eligible to play the rest of the National League division series before any suspension could take effect. If the Dodgers advance to the league championship series, Utley would be eligible to play in the...
This seems like a calm and composed response by one Met fan to newly crowned supervillain Chase Utley, although I’m not sure if capital punishment is listed anywhere in the unwritten rules of baseball. The post Mets fans might be taking this Chase Utley thing just a liiiiiittle too far appeared first on Awful Announcing.
Dang, there sure are a lot of ways to insult Chase Utley, aren’t there? Mets fans — who aren’t super into Utley, following his slide that broke New York shortstop Ruben Tejada’s leg — provided some ace examples on Monday night. Great job, everyone. No one, however, topped this little champion: THIS GIRL TOO SAVAGE […]
The club’s 13-4 blowout win Monday sets the stage for a series win Tuesday.
He may be a Red Sox fan but New York mayor Bill de Blasio is as outraged over Chase Utley’s game two slide as any Mets fan (...)
Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley received a warm welcome from New York Mets fans at CitiField on Monday night. Just kidding. They booed him! Your browser does not support iframes. Utley was suspended for two games after...Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Terry Collins worried, because managers are paid to worry. He knew what this night was going to be like at Citi Field. He knew what this city had been like since Saturday night, since Chase Utley rolled into Ruben Tejada and...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Chase Utley may not be the only 'villain' New York Mets fans love to hate. But right now, he’s certainly the biggest.
The Los Angeles Dodgers may have saved Chase Utley from the wrath of Matt Harvey by not starting him during Game 3 of the NLDS on Monday, but they couldn’t shield him from the wrath of thousands of Mets fans and their deafening boos during pre-game introductions. Utley was suspended by the league for two […]
One game after Chase Utley broke Ruben Tejada’s leg, the Mets electrified Citi Field with a rout of the Dodgers and put themselves on the verge of advancing.
The Mets faithful hoping for a #WinForRuben got exactly what they wanted in Game 3 of the NLDS Monday night. The Mets scored ten unanswered runs after falling behind 3-0, and beat the Dodgers 13-7 to take a 2-1 series lead. Actually, it might be more accurate to say that... More »
Just like that, the Dodgers face elimination Tuesday night after blowing an early 3-0 lead and letting New Yorkers blow off steam about Chase Utley.
From Citi Field to City Hall, dastardly Dodger Chase Utley got a tongue-lashing from the Flushing faithful on Monday.
This might have been the first time fans anywhere did not want to see Yasiel Puig. As Puig emerged and was introduced as a pinch-hitter in the sixth inning Monday, the chant erupted from every corner at Citi Field: "We Want Utley!" The fans here wanted Chase Utley's hide during pregame introductions....