After injuring Ruben Tejada with his dirty slide in Game 2, Chase Utley was administered a concussion test, which he passed. Tejada's left knee made contact with Utley's head when the Mets' shortstop flipped into the air upon impact.
The Dodgers second baseman has a history of running into Ruben Tejada in an attempt to break up a double play. In a game in Philadelphia on September 24, 2010, Utley committed a late slide into Tejada, but no serious injury was sustained. History repeated itself in Game 2, but with more unfortunate results.
The 36-year-old came into the game in the seventh inning, pinch-hitting for pitcher Zack Greinke. He singled off Noah Syndergaard, and was the last batter the Mets pitcher faced. Utley hasn't had a successful 2015, but he's known to give the Mets a tough time, regardless of how well he's playing. His history with Matt Harvey makes for a potentially interesting situation come Game 3.