Chase Is Loaded

The Phillies' Chase Utley, Jimmy Rollins, Domonic Brown and Ben Revere. (Frank Franklin II/AP)

A detailed look at Chase Utley's grand slam, launched Tuesday night into the Citi Field seats, and some other salami tidbits we found along the way:

♦ It was his fifth career grand slam (see them all HERE), but his first hit against a non-NL West team.

Jimmy Rollins became the first Phillie to score on two Utley slams. Chase had plated 12 different runners with his first four slams.

♦ Four of his five slams have come with two outs in the inning.

♦ Among Phillies with 100+ at-bats with the bases loaded in their career, only Garry Maddox (.359) has a higher batting average than Chase Utley (.346). (See the Phillies' leaders HERE.)

Dick Allen never had a bases-loaded double. That includes all 125 plate appearances of his career, including 74 with the Phillies.

Jay Johnstone owned it when the bags were sacked, hitting .484 as a Phil (15-for-31) and .338 (22-for-65) with other teams.

Tony Gwynn Sr. hit an astounding .444 over his career with the bases loaded (59-for-133).