Wednesday’s 7-3 Phillies victory over the Dodgers was the final regular season game at Citizens Bank Park for Chase Utley, who spent the first 13 seasons of his career with the Phillies and is retiring after the season.

Following the game, during which Utley went 0/3, the long-time Philadelphia second baseman took to the field to salute Phillies fans for the final time in the regular season.

Now that’s an awesome moment. In his 13 seasons with the Phillies, Utley hit .282/.366/.481 with 233 home runs and 142 stolen bases, winning four NL Silver Slugger awards and being named to six NL All-Star teams.


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