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    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13, Seahawks 12

    Final...........1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9.. R..H..E
    Seattle........2 1 1 0 0 3 3 0 2..12 18 0
    Tampa Bay...3.0.7.2.0 0 0 1 x..13 12 2

    W: J. Seo (3-4) L: S. White (1-1)
    S: A. Reyes (13)
    HR: SEA - J. Lopez (6), I. Suzuki (3) TB - T. Wigginton (9)

    Hitters AB R H RBI BB SO LOB AVG
    Ichiro Suzuki, CF 6 2 3 2 0 0 4 .333
    Jose Vidro, DH 5 1 3 1 1 1 1 .315
    Jason Ellison, PR-DH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .267
    Jose Guillen, RF 6 0 0 1 0 2 5 .270
    Ben Broussard, LF 5 1 3 1 0 2 2 .333
    Richie Sexson, 1B 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 .172
    Kenji Johjima, C 5 2 2 1 0 0 2 .320
    Yuniesky Betancourt, SS 4 2 1 0 1 1 1 .271
    Jose Lopez, 2B 5 2 4 4 0 0 0 .261
    Willie Bloomquist, 3B 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 .147
    a- Raul Ibanez, PH 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 .273
    Totals 43 12 18 10 4 6

    2B - Jose Vidro (5, Seo), Ben Broussard (1, Seo), Kenji Johjima (10, Seo)
    3B - Jose Lopez (1, Seo)
    HR - Ichiro Suzuki (3, Reyes), Jose Lopez (6, Corcoran)
    RBI - Ichiro Suzuki 2 (17), Jose Vidro (13), Jose Guillen (25), Ben Broussard (8), Kenji Johjima (17), Jose Lopez 4 (21)
    2-OUT RBI - Ichiro Suzuki 2 (9)
    Team LOB - 9

    Pitchers IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA
    Horacio Ramirez 2 3 3 3 2 0 0 6.47
    Sean White (L,1-1) 0.2 6 7 7 3 1 0 6.65
    Jason Davis 3.2 2 2 2 3 1 0 4.42
    Eric O'Flaherty 1.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2.35



    Horacio Ramirez left after two innings with tightness in his throwing shoulder. Jose Lopez needed a double for the cycle. Ichiro's (1,414) hits is the second most since 1900 by a player in his first 1,000 games. Hall of Famer Al Simmons (1924-44) had (1,443) hits during his initial 1,000 games.

    Up next for the Mariners is three games with the Kansas City Royals. The Royals are winners of 8 of the last 10, but are currently losing to Cleveland 6-1 in the fourth inning @ Kansas City (Jeremy Sowers vs Jorge De La Rosa.)
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    While the Mariner's lost 13-12, the Angels also tasted defeat, losing 0-12 (!!!) against the Tigers, so at least we don't loose any ground on them.

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    Talking King Felix on the Bump

    In Kansas City, they call the Brick Pit Boss ~ Mark DuFresne

    Friday May 25th @ KANSAS CITY Felix Hernandez vs Gil Meche

    Saturday May 26th @ KANSAS CITY Cha Seung Baek vs Brian Bannister

    Sunday May 27th @ KANSAS CITY Jarrod Washburn vs Odalis A. Perez
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    Lightbulb Mariners knock around Meche

    The Mariners greeted there old mate in rude fashion last night, with (11) hits and (7) runs in (4.1) innings. Then the M's pounded reliver Zack Greinke for (5) hits and (3) runs, just to show that it was no fluke. Meche complained of stiffness in his lower back. Meche is having a pretty good year, with an ERA of (2.44). In any rate, the Mariners offense appears to be driving in the fast lane the past few days, having scored twenty two (22) runs on thirty six (36) hits. This is good to see, and may come at the right time. With all these make up games and the injury bug that just took a bite out of Ho~Ram, the offense can carry the club for a couple of weeks and blowouts are a good way to rest some starters. It's only fair right ? All the starters had at least one hit and Ichiro, Vidro, Ibanez, Sexson, Lopez, had two. Beltre and Betancourt had three. It's good to see Sexson hit. He had two RBI's and raised his average to a (.180). Ichiro continued his consecutive game hit streak to eighteen (18) games which included a dinger in the first.

    King Felix recieved the win and his record is now (3-2). The King went (5.1) innings, with (7) hits and (2) runs. Grover walked out there in the sixth, along with the trainer. It seems, Felix had some tightness in his back, but wanted to stay in the game and he was showing it. You could tell from the TV that Felix was talking some trash out there. He is becoming quite the drama queen. He did the same thing one or two starts ago, with all the hollywood. I know he's young but I wish he would shut up and pitch. You love a guy that doesn't want to come out of games, and Felix has shown heart on days he doesn't have his best stuff. A few starts back the opposition in one inning dinked a texas leaguer and added a couple of fluke infield hits and The King was jumping around out there throwing his arms around. I just wish he'd lose this and get back up there and throw. He's still the man in my book. Larger than life.
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    Post more moves

    The Mariners called up Jon Huber from AAA Tacoma and placed Horacio Ramirez on the 15 day DL with left shoulder tendinitis.

    Huber, if I remember right, had a cup of coffee with the M's last fall and pitched pretty good.

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    Grand Salami time !

    Cha Seung Baek pitched seven innings of five hit ball, with one run scored and Kenji Johjima hit a go ahead grand slam (his first) in the fourth, as the Mariners stomped on the Royals 9-1. Bib Richie Sexson went one for four and raised his average to (.182) for the season. The hit, a big three run insurance home run out to left field, gave the M's some breathing room. It's nice to go (1-4) and still raise your average. Sexson had three RBI's and scored twice. This home run came after Richie took a kick to the face on a play by the first base bag. Ichiro kept his hit streak alive on a grounder up the middle that Grudzielanek put a glove on, but could not make the play. It could have been ruled as an error, but they gave him the hit.

    LA Angels: The Angels, as well as the A's of Oakland, continue to win, particularly the Angels. Both teams have had their share of injuries. The M's will face the Angels in a series @ LA, early next week. The M's are one game over (.500), but remain (4 1/2) games behind the Angels out West. The M's go for the sweep today. Jarrod Washburn vs Odalis Perez.
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    Exclamation The Angel Series

    Monday May 28th: Miguel Batista vs Bartolo Colon (6:05) FOX NW

    Tuesday May 29th: undecided vs Ervin Santana (7:05) FOX NW

    Wednesday May 30th: Felix Hernandez vs Jered Weaver (7:05) FOX NW

    Everyone was saying the Angels can't hit and they have no one to protect Vladimir Guerrero in the lineup. This seems to be a bunch of hogwash. The Angels are hitting and so is Vlad. The Angels are getting healthy and they appear to be staying in first place for a long time. Vlad doesn't want to get a hit, he wants to rip the cover of the ball. He gets on the ball quick, but it seems his bat speed increases through the ball. In five games against the Mariners Vlad is (10-19) with a OBP of (.609), a SLG of (1.105) and and a BA of (.526). He's scored (8) runs and has (7) RBI's. The M's have issued two intentional walks to Guerrero. This number must increase. You can't pitch around him. He can hit any pitch anywhere. It is not personal vs the M's, he clobbers every team. He has (10) HR with an average of (.344) and (40) RBI's this year.

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    t's nice to go (1-4) and still raise your average.
    It's nice that he raised his average, but raising it when you go 1-4 means your average is crap.
    The Dark Knight is the best movie I've ever seen.

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    The Mariner's win their third straight game today, for a sweep of the Kansas City Royals. This is now 5-6 for us, and we now have posession of 2nd place in our division (down by 4.5 games).

    The Mariner's offense has scored a total of 38 runs the last 4 games (that equals out to over 9 runs/game!!!).

    And other than the one 13-12 game loss to the Devil Rays, the pitching has been phenomenal as well, only giving up 15 runs in the last 6 games (not including the 13 runs in the loss to the Devil Rays).

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    Exclamation No Kidding

    Quote Originally Posted by Wade8813 View Post
    It's nice that he raised his average, but raising it when you go 1-4 means your average is crap.
    Well Big Richie went (1-3) today and raised his average to (.185) ! Of Sexson's (27) RBI's, (15) are two out RBI's. Not too shabby !
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    Talking Mariners beat Angels 12-5

    Adrian Beltre went 4-5 at the dish, with two homers and two doubles, three runs and three RBI's. Ichiro extended his hit streak to (21) games and Big Richie Sexson collected three hits in four at bats, including a home run, which raised his average to (.199) !

    Bartolo Colon, who held the M's to three runs in seven innings on (5/17) and one run in seven innings on (4/21) gave up the farm in this one. This is not to say the M's didn't hit Colon in the first two meetings. They did by smacking (16) hits in (14) {no clutch hits} innings, but in this ball game the home run raised it's ugly head in the form of a three prong beast: Beltre, Sexson and Guillen. Jose Lopez hit in three of his four at bats and he is now hiting (.277).

    Miguel Batista pitched five plus and Jon Huber tossed three innings of one run ball, and saved the bullpen for a day. The Mariners are three games above (.500) but only one game back of the Angels in the loss column.
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    Post Ryan Feierabend

    Ryan will start tonight's game with the LA Angels. Feierabend is (2-2) with an ERA of (3.86) in (49) innings, all as a starter @ AAA Tacoma of the PCL. Ryan has issued (37) SO's and (19) BB's.
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    Angels 4, Mariners 1

    Ervin Santana struggled in the first, giving up one run, but settled down and pitched seven innings and the Angel bullpen was lights out, as usual, as the Angels win. Ryan Feierabend, who started for the M's, pitched pretty good, but went to the well once too often, and Shea Hillenbrand made him pay with a home run. The M's offense only generated five hits. Ichiro lined a base hit in the first to continue his streak, now at (22) games. only (34) behind Joe "D". The big guy, Felix Hernandez goes today vs Jered Weaver as the M's try to take two out of three.

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    After today's game with Angels @ LA, the M's will head for a nice refreshing seven game homestand, with four vs Texas and three vs Baltimore. Then it's back on the road for a three game set @ San Diego, one game @ CLEVELAND, three @ the friendly confines of Wrigley Field & Sweet Lou, and finally three more @ Houston. The Mariners then fly home and for the biggest homestand of the year featuring Pittsburg, Cincy, Boston and Toronto. After this homestand the M's fly into KC and Oakland for seven games before the ALL-STAR break.

    Interesting note: The ALL-STAR GAME is in San Francisco this year. It's roughly (40) ballgames away, which means if Barry Bonds hits a dinger every four ball games he will be on schedule to break Hammerin' Hank's record shortly before the "Midsummer Classic".

    Texas:

    Thursday May 31st: Vicente Padilla vs Cha Seung Baek.

    Friday June 1st: Kevin Millwood vs Jarrod Washburn.

    Saturday June 2nd: Kameron Loe vs Miguel Batista (Edgar Martinez will be inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame June 2). http://seattle.mariners.mlb.com/news...=.jsp&c_id=sea Alvin Davis and Jay Buhner will be there.

    Sunday June 3rd: Robinson Tejeda vs Ryan Feierabend.

    Baltimore:

    Monday June 4th: Erik Bedard vs Felix Hernandez.

    Tuesday June 5th: Brian Burres vs Cha Seung Baek.

    Wednesday June 6th: Daniel Cabrera vs Jarrod Washburn.
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    Mariners lose to Angels 8-6

    The King spotted the Angels four runs in the first and it was uphill all the way for the M's. The M's battled back by scoring two in the fourth and two in the fifth to take the lead, but the Angels came right back in the bottom of the fifth to take the lead on a go ahead three run home run by guess who ? Vladimir Guerrero.

    The M's finish over (.500) for the road trip. The M's are done with the Angels for some time, which is good. The M's have only three wins in ten chances against the divison leaders so far this year.

    Ichiro hit in his (22nd) straight game. He is one behind the Mariner record of (23) by Joey Cora.
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    Smile Summer is Here !

    After a (.500) April, the Mariners are currently one game over (.500) at (15-14), with one game to go against Texas in the month of May. June's schedule looks somewhat easier, what with only two clubs, San Diego [@ SD] (.577) & Boston [@ home] (.692) with over (.500) records, not counting the one game with Cleveland (.627). The rest of June the M's face Texas (.358), Baltimore (.491), Pittsburgh (.442), Cincinnati (.389), Toronto (.462) @ home and Chicago Cubs (.431), Houston (.404) on the road. Of the (27) games in June, (17) are @ The Safe and (10) are on the road, including a make up game with Cleveland sandwiched between three @ San Diego and three @ The Cubs. (15) of Seattle's (27) games in June are against National League foes and in particular, the NL Central for most of these games and the M's get lucky and dodge division leading Milwaukee this year. If memory serves, the Mariners did well against the NL last year. What does this all mean ? It means the M's will be at home much of June and partake in some home cooked meals and sleep in their own bed.

    AL Wild Card

    Detroit (.577)
    Minnesota (.519)
    Seattle (.510)
    Oakland (.500)
    Chicago (.500)
    Baltimore (.491)
    Toronto (.462)

    AL West

    L.A. Angels 33 21 .611 -
    Seattle 25 24 .510 5 (three back in the loss column)
    Oakland 26 26 .500 6
    Texas 19 34 .358 13 1/2

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    It could be A LOT worse right now, even though the M's couldn't pull out some tough games against Anaheim. You have to think they're going to win when they chase Jered Weaver out in the 5th and Felix is on the mound, but so it goes. That being said, they have beat up on bad teams and must take advantage of a favorable June schedule.

    If they stay in the mix this year, then what kind of midseason trade (if any) would you guys predict. Some likely targets would be Texas, Cincinatti (Griffey, anyone?), and maybe the Yanks. I would say maybe a starter or a more powerful DH threat. Any ideas?

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    Post M's beat down Rangers 9-5

    With the exception of the fourth inning, where Texas hung a five spot on him, Cha Seung Baek pitched a good game, going six plus and Morrow, Davis, Sherrill and Putz locked them down the rest of the way. The Mariners offense provided support early, with three in the first and four in the third and added some insurance with two in the eighth. Ichiro went (3-5) at the dish, with two runs and two RBI's and extended his hit streak to (24) games.

    "He's a special player. I don't think he should surprise any of us," said Seattle manager Mike Hargrove, whose longest hitting streak when he played in the majors was 23 games. "I'll tell you what, when you get up in the 20s in a hitting streak, you start thinking about it. But Ichiro is Ichiro. He keeps going about his business the same way."

    The bottom of the order helped out. Kenji, Adrian, and Yuniesky knocked two hits each. Big Richie (.196) [flirting with the mendoza line] had a big two RBI hit with the bases juiced.

    Sammy Sosa recieved the Golden Sombrero: the dubious feat of striking out four times in a single game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichiro262 View Post
    It could be A LOT worse right now, even though the M's couldn't pull out some tough games against Anaheim. You have to think they're going to win when they chase Jered Weaver out in the 5th and Felix is on the mound, but so it goes. That being said, they have beat up on bad teams and must take advantage of a favorable June schedule.

    If they stay in the mix this year, then what kind of midseason trade (if any) would you guys predict. Some likely targets would be Texas, Cincinatti (Griffey, anyone?), and maybe the Yanks. I would say maybe a starter or a more powerful DH threat. Any ideas?
    It might be better if Jeff Weaver could have done something. Instead, we just put the "L" by his starts. We could use more arms, but at what cost ? I like our young guys and our farm system seems thin. Our offense leads the league in average and even Sexson is coming around.

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    Full Moon Fever

    The Full Moon arrived yesterday, June 1st, @ 1:04 a.m. and it was apparent to the 34,570 at the Safe and many more watching on TV, that something odd was happening last night. Washburn, who has been solid the first two months this year had some trouble in this one, lasting just 3.2 innings. Texas, who are usually a great hitting club, have been in a deep freeze much of the year, exploded for (16) hits and (9) runs. Kenny Lofton, who just turned (40) years old, felt the gravatational pull of the Moon, which gave him hops and he hopped right up and snatched Beltre's sure homer. Lofton''s next AB he hit the go ahead Sac~Fly to put the Rangers out front for good. The bright side for the M's is Ichiro extended his hitting streak to (25) games and Big Richie Sexson went three for five with a home run and a two out RBI (16) and is now above the Mendoza Line @ (.208).

    The guys have to be tired. It's a long season and the M's, who every year travel more miles than any other team, got the worst of it in these make up games with Cleveland. Just brutal. In a long grinding season, it's tough to get up for every game. Come on All-Star Break !

    Washburn who had little run support last year, is having less support this year. Going into last night's game, his support was in the middle threes (3.5) runs per game. His ERA was at (3.22) going into last night's game. No wonder his record is (5-4). As of yesterday, Washburn tossed (67) innings, with (34) K's and (16) BB's. In comparison. Here is some run support for some other guys:

    Daisuke Matsuzaka (8.10) RS in (11) GS, ERA (4.83) 7-3
    Justin Verlander (6.40) RS in (11) GS, ERA (3.44) 5-2
    Cha Seung Baek (5.50) RS in (8) GS, ERA (4.93) 3-2
    Boof Bonser (6.40) RS in (11) GS, ERA (3.61) 4-1
    Rich Harden (5.70) RS in (3) GS, ERA (1.42) 1-1
    Johan Santana (5.30) RS in (11) GS, ERA (3.21) 6-4
    Miguel Batista (4.00) RS in (10) GS, ERA (5.72) 5-4
    Horacio Ramirez (8.30) RS in (8) GS, ERA (6.47) 4-2
    Felix Hernandez (8.00) RS in (8) GS, ERA (4.10) 3-3
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    Exclamation Edgar Martinez Inducted Into The Mariners Hall of Fame.

    On a night that honored the best designated hitter of all time and one of the best hitters (300 HR's & 500 2B's) of all time, Edgar Martinez, the base on balls was featured in this game and Ichiro went without a hit. Ending his streak at (25) games. In an inning that reminded one of little league by circling the wagon train with the base on balls and HBP, Texas closed the gap and made this a close one. A solid outing by Batista (6.1 innings; 2 runs) was suddenly in jeopardy. JJ Putz came into the ballgame in the eighth and pitched (1.2) innings for the save. He gave up an absolute bomb to Mark Teixeira (458 ft) to cut the lead to one run, but he retired Sammy Sosa to end the game. On the offensive side the middle of the order helped out. Jose Guillen went two for three, with a homer and Big Richie Sexson was one for three (,210). Yuniesky Betancourt knocked in two. It's
    Robinson Tejeda vs Ryan Feierabend, as the M's try for three out of four. The Angels keep winning. The M's are three games back in the loss column and (5 1/2) overall.

    Edgar to MLB HOF in 2010

    Edgar's Night:

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jspy...=.jsp&c_id=mlb

    Great Post: http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=62369
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    Talking Ryan Feierabend picks up first big league win !

    After giving up a couple of taters to the Texas Rangers, Ryan settled down and went into the eighth inning for his first win in the show. Jose Lopez, who was plugged into the two hole, with DH Vidro getting the day off, knocked a three run double off the top of the left field wall (I thought it was gone) that put the good guys ahead. He finished four for five. Lopez, who IMHO, is the future two hole hitter for the Mariners. As we know, Jose spend early last year in this spot and did well.

    "The second guy in the lineup's job is to take more pitches for the team. ... Taking more pitches for me is better," Lopez said.

    http://www.sportsline.com/mlb/gamece...070603_TEX@SEA

    Ibanez, who is still bothered by injury, is hitting but without power. I'll take it. You can tell that Ibanez, much of the time, is just trying to go up the middle, which is great.

    Jamie Burke extended his hitting streak to seven games, when the kind offical score keeper gave him a hit (H) on a boot. In the we are having fun department, Yuniesky Betancourt, in the sixth, hit a double and stole third. Jamie Burke was asked to execute a suicide squeeze. It was not pretty and he almost got HBP trying, but Burke got it down and then fell on his face. The pitch could have hit Burke in the face and if he does not make contact, I don't know if the catcher can make the play and put the tag on Yuniesky if Jamie fails to make contact.

    In the bad news department, Ryan Feierabend, as the rumor has it, will be sent down to make room for (say it ain't so Joe) Jeff Weaver on the roster. Doesn't Ryan deserve a shot ? Wouldn't Ryan be a better choice then Weaver ? Every one on the team and every Mariner Fan worldwide will make a collective sigh, puke, cough, (insert your word here) when Weaver returns. It's a bummer.

    The Mariners (28-25) face Baltimore, who lost to the Angels on Vladimir Guerrero two run walk off homer in the bottom of the ninth and lose three of four to the Angels.
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    Post Baltimore Orioles

    Monday June 4th: Erik Bedard vs Felix Hernandez. (FOX Northwest) 7:05

    Tuesday June 5th: Brian Burres vs Cha Seung Baek. (FOX Northwest) 7:05

    Wednesday June 6th: Daniel Cabrera vs Jarrod Washburn. (No TV) [KOMO Radio 1000 AM] 1:35

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    The Good News: Chris Reitsma removed from 15 Day DL. Jon Huber Called Up from AAA Tacoma.

    The Bad News: Ryan Feierabend Sent to AAA Tacoma, which means Jeff Weaver will get the start @ San Diego. Sean White placed on 15 Day DL, (Right biceps tendinitis).

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    Mariners beat Baltimore 7-4

    King Felix took the hill and quickly spotted the Orioles four runs early but battled all the way through 5.2 innings, although he gave up 11 hits. The Mariners offense had a big two out rally in the eighth inning to come back and win the game 7-4. In that big inning, Betancourt singled to right, Bloomquist singled and Ellison was scheduled. Jose Vidro hit for Broussard who was hitting for Ellison when the lefty came in. Vidro went up the middle (right down the middle ~ Bob Hope) to score one and Ichiro followed with a double for the go ahead run and Lopez added a two RBI double for some insurance. The powerful Mariner offense scored seven runs on (14) hits. Sherrill got the win (2-0) and JJ Putz picked up the save (his 14th). Ichiro went three for five with two runs and two RBI's, including a lead off homer in the first, which was a rocket shot. Willie Bloomquist went three for four, Kenji went two for four and Jose Lopez went two for five with two RBI's and is now hitting (.294). Yuniesky Betancourt extended his hitting streak to 16 games. Next up: Brian Burres vs Cha Seung Baek.

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