Only Chase Utley can turn a bad play into a good one as he proved in Thursday night's game between the Dodgers and the Rockies.
Utley made an amazing play on Chatwood's groundout to second base in the fourth. Utley went to field the ball and it escaped his glove as he spun around. Utley somehow grabbed the ball and flipped it with his right hand and his back turned toward first base, where Adrian Gonzalez was fully stretched to make the play that ended the inning.
"The legacy of Chase continues to grow," Roberts said. "He makes this crazy no-look pass to first base. He said, 'I can't believe I missed the ball.'"
Utley called the play "pretty lucky."