According to our friend J-Mac, Chase Utley was doing (performing?) running drills at CBP today.
That is in addition to this, from SI.com fantasy baseball injury guru Will Carroll: [SI.com]
As I expected, things are ramping up quickly for Utley. He went from running to running the bases quickly. Over the weekend, he ran the bases, did some shuttle drills to test his lateral stability, and continued with what have been called fielding drills, but that observers called more lateral drills. "They're pushing him to either side, back and forth, left and right. [It's] not so much about range as the back and forth," I was told by one observer. The best news is that Utley's knee showed no real signs of trouble after adding activities. I expect this to continue forward now that the medical staff has gotten ahead of the issue. Now it will come down to maintenance and making sure that there's no surprises. Often there's some setbacks when players go 100 percent, since it's difficult to simulate the full-go or the unconscious uses on the body. Right now, that May 15 ERD is looking like it might be too negative.
Of course, ESPN's Stephania Bell, a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist, was a little less optimistic yesterday. In either case, Utley is apparently making some progress. And, well, that's a good thing.[Pic is from March 30th]