PHILADELPHIA -- No, Chase Utley was not hit by that 101-mph Aroldis Chapman pitch."You get hit by that pitch, you're going to be laying on the ground," Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips said. Yes, Utley was out on that force play at second. "From where I was, it looked like he was out," said Reds manager Dusty Baker. No, right fielder Jay Bruce did not lose that drive in the sea of white towels being waved at his face. "It was in the lights the whole time. I tried to stick with it to see if it would come out. It never did," Bruce said.