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Chase Utley is a Coward

All we’ve heard about Chase Utley is that he’s a hard nosed player. He’s a winner. He’s a tough guy. Last night, he proved to be none of this things. He showed he’s a guy who hits you when your back is turned and runs away:

 

In my book that’s cowardice. If you’re going to hit someone or do something dirty be there for  repercussions. Instead, Utley his behind his manager and his team. 

First, he snuck into Citi Field hours well before team arrived so no one would see him. Then, even though he’s 6-18 with a double and a homerun off of Matt Harvey he didn’t start. The Dodgers sent up Joc Pederson to pinch hit against Harvey. During the game, the Dodgers used everyone on their bench except their backup catcher and Utley. He also wasn’t around after the game:

Utley ducked this game. He hid behind his manager. He’s a coward. 

8 thoughts on “Chase Utley is a Coward”

  1. Harry says:

    With all do respect you have zero business evaluating this play! Maybe with other fans but although you will never understand your not qualified to pretend yours is nothing but a fans home team opinion. As a rule of life don’t challenge the character of those who if you had to match up with would eat your lunch! I assure you Chase would eat your lunch!!

    1. metsdaddy says:

      Thanks for your unbiased opinion. By the way, read some of my other posts to see what MI have to say about Utley.

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