Chase Utley Gets Booed in Clearwater

Plus: President Obama's Philly fund-raising, Mayor Nutter attacks Romney on CNN, college is expensive (especially at Penn State), and more of what the city is talking about today.

Utley Booed in Clearwater. Chase Utley went 0-5 with three strikeouts in his return to an actual baseball lineup last night. He was subsequently booed. No one is safe. []

President Obama’s Stop in Philly. Last night, President Barack Obama flew into Philly for a number of fund-raising events just in time to spoil your afternoon commute. While he was in town, he told the Science Leadership Academy’s graduating seniors they would cure cancer and Alzheimer’s and name-dropped Benjamin Franklin in a speech before glad-handing and speaking with paying supporters at two other events. [Inquirer]

Mayor Nutter Attacks Mitt Romney on CNN. Mayor Nutter was on John King USA yesterday where he avoided discussing President Obama’s “private sector” gaffe and focused on Mitt Romney’s record as governor of Massachusetts. He also talked about Philly’s recent groundbreakings and referenced our “cranes in the sky.” [PW]

He Was High and Looking for Geno’s. A Miami man will stand trial for homicide by vehicle, aggravated assault, DUI and other charges related to the March 25th accident he allegedly caused in the city’s Italian Market section while he was high and looking for Geno’s. [Daily News]

College Is Expensive. Especially if you go to Penn State. []

Phillies Lose to the Twins. The Phils lost to Minnesota by a score of 11-7. While the final tally suggests they were playing lacrosse, we hear the Phils were actually playing baseball last night. Or, they were trying to, at least. [Phillies]

Police ID Suspect in Piazza Shooting. The Philadelphia Police Department is looking for 23-year-old Steven Miller in connection with this week’s deadly shooting at the Piazza outside PYT. [NBC Philadelphia]