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Chase Utley, PHI, NL
Birthdate: 12-17-1978
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Message #5 by Rob Reed @ August 17, 2010, 09:54am
a machine
http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/38736818/ns/sports-pl
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says he comes back today... get him active

Message #4 by Rob Reed @ February 25, 2009, 12:01pm
Re: Utley v. Rollins
Hi Brian:

2B, as you allude, is NOT that slim, as most people will expect. If you listen to the 2B PLAYERtrack podcast that I did a few weeks ago, you'll hear me buying into the general vgiew that 2B is slim, and then changing my mind later.

You are absolutely right that SS is slim this year, and based upon the keepers you have listed, I don't think Rollins at #7 is a bad pick. You would have to hope that he gets 20+ HR power back, which I think is very possible.

Cano and Lopez are absolutely good options later in the draft... in addition to other folks like Mike Aviles.

Dependent upon where your draft is, I would monitor Utley in the spring games. If he is (1) playing and (2) doing well, showing few ill effects from the hip surgery, I think my decision would be Utley.

Message #3 by Brian Ramos @ February 24, 2009, 10:25am
Utley vs Rollins
Where I draft (#7 in a keeper league), the top two shortstops will be gone & S. Drew, D. Pedroia, I. Kinsler, Alexei Ramirez, B. Phillips, and possibly even D. Uggla will all be kept. Which should I draft at that point, Utley or Rollins? I will pass on 1B/3B at this point (Braun, Longoria, Fielder will be kept) because I have C. Davis as a keeper (costing me a last pick in the draft) and I think I can grab a L. Berkman or Morneau in the next round or so. Both 2B and SS seem like thin positions, but there may be more value at 2B later than at SS (i.e. R. Cano who should bounce back & J. Lopez). What do you think?

Message #2 by Rob Reed @ February 8, 2009, 08:26pm
With the hip surgery, is he still a first rounder?
For now, I am assuming yes. Utley's goal is still to start the season. So, I'll side with his work ethic.

I can keep Chase for $25 this season in my money league. I'm assuming 500 ABs, and as far as I am concerned, $25 is a steal for this many ABs (which I believe he would get even if he misses all of April).

The batting average dropped substantially in 2008, but his career BABIP and contact rate indicate a return to plus-.300 levels. The hip probably had a lot to do with his power troubles at the plate in the second half (only 8 HRs post-AS break).

Message #1 by Rob Reed @ 1/31/06, 11:08am
The Real Deal
This guy is the real deal, as Gregg Keer and I discussed in the 1/22/06 BaseballGeeks.com Podcast.

The only caveat I can throw out is that his batting average and on base numbers in 2004 might be a cause for concern.

Power numbers are and will be solid this year. If he can, again, have solid BA and OBP numbers, then Utley will be the real deal for quite a few years to come.

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x=year; y=% of available fantasy points per year x 1000

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PLAYERtrack player stats & ranks
        for Chase Utley

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
2013476135256186973.284.3458
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
79.30983%.4750.82
2013 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 62

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
201230177152114548.256.34911
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
43.26785%.4290.778
2012 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 103
2012 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 7

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
2011398103216114454.259.32514
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
47.27188%.4250.75
2011 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 161
2011 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 18

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
2010425117202166575.275.36913
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
63.29285%.4450.814
2010 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 38
2010 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 5

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20095711612843193112.282.37823
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
110.30280%.5080.886
2009 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 30
2009 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 3

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
200860717741433104113.292.35914
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
104.30682%.5350.894
2008 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 19
2008 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 2

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
200753017648522103104.332.3909
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
89.36883%.5660.956
2007 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 5
2007 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 1

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
200665820340432102131.309.37915
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
132.34679%.5270.906
2006 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 27
2006 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 1

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20055431583962810593.291.37616
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
109.32079%.5400.916
2005 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 24
2005 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 3

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
200426771112135736.266.3084
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
40.27185%.4680.776
2004 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 63
2004 (2B) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 5

The PLAYERtrack rankings, above, are under standard 5x5 format (AVG, HR, RBI, R, SB), minimum of 20 games played at a position; players are ranked versus all AL/NL hitters, PRORATED