PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As MLB’s trade deadline approaches, one name that appears to be completely out of every trade rumor is Phillies second baseman Chase Utley.

Utley and the Phillies are working on a two or three year contract extension, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.  The deal, which would either be two years, or two years with a vesting option for a third year, would be worth about $13 million per year.

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Ruben Amaro has repeatedly said that he wants Utley to be a Phillie for the rest of his career, and it’s unlikely he’s traded.

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Trade rumors for Michael Young are still prevalent, but those for Cliff Lee have quieted since the Red Sox trade for Jake Peavey.

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