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Chronic Knee Pain Could End Chase Utley's Career

Chronic Knee Pain Could End Chase Utley's Career

Chronic Knee Pain Could End Chase Utley's Career

"Ruben Amaro Jr. sat atop the bench in the Phillies dugout at Bright House Field on Monday morning hoping to temper the rampant concern regarding Chase Utley's arthritic right knee.

If anything, the news got worse.

Utley left camp Monday to see a knee specialist in hopes that he can find some way of alleviating the chronic pain that has kept him from anything more than basic batting practice since late February.

Surgery is not a consideration, Amaro said, but there doesn't appear to be any obvious plan of action."

 

 

By Truth and rumors
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2012

 

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  • Myone said: A lot of good athletes' career were cut short thanks to knee injuries. You can count in Gilbert Arenas as one of those athletes. - Green Water Technologies 7:01AM 01/26/14
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