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Chase Utley's return to Philly could be awkward

It has been nearly 10 years since Chase Utley first sprayed champagne in the Phillies clubhouse, triggering arguably the greatest era in the history of the franchise.

And he could taste it again this week, except this celebration would be in the visiting clubhouse if Utley’s Los Angeles Dodgers are able to wrap up the National League West.

Just three visitors — San Francisco in 2010, St. Louis in 2011, and the Mets in 2016 — have clinched something at Citizens Bank Park.

The Phillies will honor second baseman Scott Kingery and righthander Tom Eshelman on Tuesday as the Paul Owens Award winners for minor-league standouts.

… Aaron Nola will face Yu Darvish on Tuesday…The Phillies presented their minor-league community service awards to Michael Mariot (Lehigh Valley), Cole Irvin (Reading), Luke Leftwich (Clearwater), Will Hibbs (Lakewood), and Kyle Young (Williamsport).


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