HERE’S WHY PHILLIES GREAT CHASE UTLEY SHOULD BE IN HOF!

Says FiveThirtyEight.com:

Utley’s counting stats would not immediately suggest Cooperstown potential.

He didn’t even clear 2,000 hits (ending his career with 1,885), much less the traditional 3,000-hit benchmark that signals obvious Hall of Fame merit.

The same goes for his home runs — Utley hit just 259 — and even batting average — he had a lifetime .275 mark. Those kinds of numbers are more Bret Boone than George Brett.

But Utley was a master of all the little things that add up to help teams win ballgames.

Chase Utley Slid His Way Into Our Hall Of Pretty Damn Good Players

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