Sources: Chase Utley agrees to a one-year deal with the Dodgers. @Ken_Rosenthal said it was close.
CBS Sports "The Dodgers have re-signed veteran infielder Chase Utley to a one-year contract for 2016, CBSSports MLB insider Jon Heyman has confirmed. Heyman adds that the deal is expected to be worth around $7 million guaranteed. Utley, who turns 37 this month, is coming off a 2015 season in which he..." December 06
Angels & Dodgers both remain interested in Chase Utley. One friend of Utley says he has options, but his preference is to play in California
The Outside Corner "Chase Utley is 36 years old and will be 37 by the time he reports to spring training in a few more months. The trajectories of the six-time All-Star and four-time Silver Slugger award winner have been well documented as he continues to age and his knees become more brittle by the day. Still,..." November 20
ESPN New York "Three weeks after a late slide from Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Chase Utley ended his postseason, New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada offered his first public comments on the play. "It was really late, but I can't do anything right now," Tejada said Saturday, before the Mets' 5-3 loss in..." November 01
New York Post "Mets fans should have Chase Utley to loathe for at least another season. “One hundred percent he is playing next year,” Utley’s representative, Joel Wolfe, told The Post. There had been suspicion Utley might retire because his appeal hearing for his two-game suspension for his takeout slide..." October 27
MLB.com "The appeal hearing for Chase Utley's two-game suspension has been postponed indefinitely, according to a report Monday by the New York Daily News. The hearing won't take place on Monday in New York, as originally scheduled. With the Dodgers' season over following their loss to the Mets in the..." October 20
The Score "With no urgency remaining following the Los Angeles Dodgers' elimination from the postseason, Major League Baseball and the players' association postponed Chase Utley's appeal hearing. Utley was suspended for two games by MLB Chief Baseball Officer Joe Torre for a takeout slide in Game 2 of..." October 18
Source: Chase Utley's appeal hearing has been scheduled for next Monday (Oct. 19).
Hardball Talk "Chase Utley‘s suspension is quickly turning into a more theoretical than actual thing. Following his Sunday suspension for sliding into Ruben Tejada and breaking Tejada’s leg, Utley appealed. Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement players are eligible pending appeal, and because MLB, the union..." October 13
New York Daily News "Chase Utley didn’t talk after Monday night’s game, getting an assist from a meddlesome Dodgers employee who stood in the way of two New York reporters. Steve Brener, who served as the Dodgers’ PR director for 13 years in the 1970s and ’80s and is currently a consultant to the club, intercepted..." October 13
Second source saying Utley appeal unlikely to be heard today. Sounds like he indeed will be available for #Dodgers tonight.
ESPN "The appeal hearing for Chase Utley may not be held Monday, according to a media report, meaning the Los Angeles Dodgers infielder will continue to be eligible to play until the appeal is heard, including Monday night's Game 3. A source told The Los Angeles Times that the hearing is "highly..." October 12
MLB.com "Dodgers infielder Chase Utley has been suspended for Games 3 and 4 of the National League Division Series vs. the Mets as a result of his illegal slide in the bottom of the seventh inning of Saturday night's Game 2 at Dodger Stadium, Major League Baseball Chief Baseball Officer Joe Torre announced..." October 12
Dodgers 2B Chase Utley suspended for #NLDS Games 3 and 4 as a result of his illegal slide in the 7th inning Saturday.
Source: Chase Utley was administered a concussion test after the game last night. He passed.
CBS Sports "Chase Utley of the Dodgers has apologized to infielder Ruben Tejada of the Mets for breaking Tejada's leg in Game 2 of the NLDS the night before, per Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports on Sunday. Utley's hard slide into the general area of second base in the seventh inning Saturday night, as..." October 11
USA Today "Just as a crush of news reporters was about to enter the New York Mets clubhouse Saturday night, shortstop Ruben Tejada gingerly limped out with his right leg in a walking boot, his right hand clutching a crutch and his left one a shoe. If the sight of Tejada being carted off the field in the..." October 11
SB Nation "Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada was taken off the field on a cart with a broken leg after getting taken out by Chase Utley of the Dodgers on a play at second base in the seventh inning of Game 2 of their National League Division Series. With runners on the corners and the Mets leading 2-1, Howie..." October 11
New York Post "Chase Utley has fine lifetime numbers against Matt Harvey, so there is an awfully good chance he will start Game 3 of this National League Division Series when it resumes Monday at Citi Field. And even if he doesn’t, and merely trots to third base as part of the pregame introductions … If..." October 11
Hardball Talk "With Justin Turner and Jimmy Rollins both banged up, Chase Utley will do something in tonight’s game against the Diamondbacks that he has never done in his major league career. After appearing in 1,574 games, he will make his first ever start at third base. Utley, now 36, hasn’t played third..." September 22
CBS Sports "Chase Utley debuted for the Philadelphia Phillies on April 4, 2003. He last played for them on Aug. 18, 2015 before being traded to the Dodgers. In between, we saw Utley make six All-Star games, make the playoffs five times, help the Phillies win the pennant twice and World Series..." August 24
The Score "Chase Utley is packing his bags for Tinseltown. The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired the veteran second baseman from the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night in exchange for a pair of minor leaguers. The Phillies will also send $4 million in order to help cover the remaining $6 million owed to..." August 20
CBS Sports "The Phillies have agreed to trade veteran second baseman Chase Utley plus $2 million to the Dodgers in exchange for two minor-leaguers, sources said. The deal has not been signed yet, though both sides have agreed to the trade. The deal would be expected to be for multiple "mid-level"..." August 19
Fox Sports "The Los Angeles Dodgers are the front-runners to acquire second baseman Chase Utley from the Philadelphia Phillies, as first reported by MLB.com on Tuesday. FOX Sports Insider Ken Rosenthal reported earlier Tuesday that the situation was "coming to a head." Utley, 36, has spent his entire..." August 19
Sources: Utley situation with #Phillies coming to head. Trade possible today.
Chase Utley likely to stay with #Phillies rest of season, GM Ruben Amaro tells SportsRadio WIP
Hardball Talk "Trade speculation has been swirling around Chase Utley for the past couple weeks, with multiple contending teams being linked to the six-time All-Star second baseman, but general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said during a radio interview this morning that Utley “is likely to be with the Phillies for..." August 18
Newark Star-Ledger "Still, the rumors swirl. Even as the Yankees continue to trot Stephen Drew out to second base as August nears a close, there are still reports that the team is interested, at least a little bit, in the Phillies' Chase Utley. The latest, from the Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo: 3. Chase..." August 17
CBS Sports "Phillies manager Pete Mackinin announced Phillies veteran second baseman Chase Utley will not be in the lineup Sunday, fueling speculation that he is set to be traded, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Utley has been on a tear since his activation off the disabled list." August 16
Hearing credible buzz tonight about Astros being in Utley chase. Could get time 1B, DH. 6 teams apparently in: Cubs, SF, NYY, 2 LA
#Angels are exploring the possibility of adding veteran 2B Chase Utley, who has cleared waivers and is 7-for-17 since coming off the DL.
Fox Sports "The San Francisco Giants, seeking their fourth World Series title in six years, have crossed a new payroll boundary and might continue to add salary before the Aug. 31 deadline for setting postseason rosters. For the first time, the Giants are in position to exceed the luxury-tax threshold,..." August 14
CSN Philly "There was no showcase on Wednesday. Chase Utley got the day off. Utley has started four of six games, and batted leadoff each time, since coming off the disabled list. He will likely be in the lineup when the Phillies return to action Friday night in Milwaukee. That is, if he’s still a..." August 13
Courier-Post "Within three weeks, the Phillies will know if they will have to keep getting creative in putting together their everyday lineup. Chase Utley’s return from the disabled list has resulted in interim manager Pete Mackanin trying to find ways to get the veteran in the lineup regularly. The Phillies..." August 12
Sources: Utley cleared waivers. Can be traded to any club. Has right to veto any deal as player with 10 years service, five with same team.
CSN Philly "A month ago, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. proclaimed that Chase Utley was no longer the team’s primary second baseman, that he had been overtaken by Cesar Hernandez. On Friday, Utley returned from a six-week stay on the disabled list, played second base and batted leadoff for the..." August 10
Philly.com "Chase Utley arrived at Citizens Bank Park on Thursday morning, effectively ending his three-game rehab stint in the minor leagues. He watched from the dugout as the Phillies fell to the Los Angeles Dodgers, 10-8. Utley packed his belongings afterward and changed into a suit. The second baseman had..." August 07
Hardball Talk "Out since mid-June with an ankle injury, Chase Utley has completed a minor-league rehab assignment and the six-time All-Star second baseman will come off the disabled list to rejoin the Phillies’ active roster Friday. Utley went 6-for-13 (.545) while playing two Double-A games and one Triple-A..." August 06
CSN Philly "It sounds like Chase Utley could be ready to return to the Phillies as early as Thursday. Utley, playing second base for Reading for the first time during his rehab assignment, was active early in the Fightin Phils' game in Trenton, assisting on all three groundouts in the first inning behind..." August 05
Philly.com "Chase Utley’s road back to the Phillies will continue on Sunday afternoon in Allentown. The second baseman will begin a rehab assignment with triple-A Lehigh Valley at Coca-Cola Park. The IronPigs play Norfolk at 1:35. " August 02
Chicago Sun-Times "The Cubs aren’t done looking for players to help down the stretch, and sources say one of the players they’ve discussed internally as a potential August waiver-period target is Phillies second baseman Chase Utley. That would have to involve cash going to the Cubs to offset the $5 million or so..." August 02
Hardball Talk "Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports that the Angels have “been monitoring the rehab” of Chase Utley. Utley has been trying to come back from inflammation in his right ankle and may be back soon. Utley has a $15 million vesting option this year if he reaches 500 plate appearances. As he only has..." July 24
Utley is doing very light work in the field. He was taking throws at 1B, with a 1B glove, initially. Now he's taking shovel throws at 2B.
Is Utley still team's everyday 2B upon return? "Not for me he's not," Amaro said. "Cesar Hernandez is our best second baseman."
CSN Philly "Maybe this is the reason why Chase Utley has been struggling so badly at the plate, though manager Ryne Sandberg sounded like he had his doubts. Moments after the final out of the Phillies’ 11-6 win over the New York Yankees on Tuesday night, the team announced that Utley was being placed on..." June 24
MLB.com "Chase Utley did not play today at Citizens Bank Park. It was the fourth time in seven games he had not started at second base, although in two of those games he served as the Phillies’ first baseman and designated hitter. Utley’s playing time is being monitored closely these days because he is..." June 22
CSN Philly "Chase Utley and Ryan Howard have not turned back the clock. They have not put Father Time in a headlock and showed him who’s boss. This is not a return to the good old days. But these two aging pillars of the Phillies’ long-gone championship run are swinging the bats better and finding more..." May 22