May 12, 2011, 10:52 AM EST
The Chase Utley Jog Watch appears to have progressed into Chase Utley Rehab Watch and will cross paths this evening with the back recoveries of fellow beloved Phillies Carlos Ruiz and Roy Oswalt. The dynamic DL’d trio will all play for the Clearwater Threshers tonight against the Palm Beach Cardinals. With the Phillies enjoying an off-day before their series in Atlanta, Comcast SportsNet will air the Threshers game for us junkies up north to enjoy.
Which makes me wonder: how many cities have enough buzz surrounding an MLB baseball team so that a minor league rehab assignment could warrant local prime time television?
7:00 pm start time from Clearwater.
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