Around the Majors: Bonds update

1) Yesterday’s scores–

AL
Orioles 4, BlueJays 1
Rangers 10, Yankees 2
Devil Rays 6, Redsox 5
Whitesox 3, Royals 2 (10)
Indians 5, Mariners 2
Angels, 9, A’s 5
Twins at Tigers–PPD

NL
Marlins 4, Reds 2
Mets 10, Nationals 5
Cardinals 1, Astros 0 (10)
Pirates 4, Cubs 3
Giants 6, Brewers 2
Braves 11, Phillies 1
Rockies 8, Dodgers 6
Diamondbacks 2, Padres 1

2) Standings–

AL EAST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Orioles          11    7  .611   -      5-5    6-2   09-04 01-01 01-02 WON  2
Redsox           10    8  .556   1      6-2    4-6   10-08 00-00 00-00 LOST 2
BlueJays          9   10  .474   2 1/2  2-5    7-5   05-07 00-00 04-03 LOST 4
Devil Rays        8   10  .444   3      7-6    1-4   05-08 00-00 03-02 WON  3
Yankees           7   11  .389   4      4-6    3-5   07-09 00-00 00-02 LOST 2

AL CENTRAL      WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Whitesox         14    4  .778   -      6-2    8-2   00-00 12-03 02-01 WON  6
Twins            10    7  .588   3 1/2  6-2    4-5   00-00 08-06 02-01 LOST 1
Indians           8   10  .444   6      2-4    6-6   00-00 06-08 02-02 WON  2
Tigers            7   10  .412   6 1/2  4-5    3-5   01-01 06-09 00-00 WON  1
Royals            5   13  .278   9      2-8    3-5   00-00 03-09 02-04 LOST 4

AL WEST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Angels           10    8  .556   -      7-5    3-3   00-00 03-02 07-06 WON  1
Rangers          10    9  .526     1/2  4-5    6-4   05-03 00-00 05-06 WON  2
A's               9    9  .500   1      3-3    6-6   04-05 00-00 05-04 LOST 1
Mariners          8   10  .444   2      3-7    5-3   00-00 05-06 03-04 LOST 3

NL EAST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Marlins          11    7  .611   -      8-5    3-2   09-07 02-00 00-00 WON  2
Braves           10    8  .556   1      5-3    5-5   09-07 01-01 00-00 WON  3
Mets             10    8  .556   1      7-1    3-7   07-05 03-03 00-00 WON  3
Nationals         9    9  .500   2      4-3    5-6   06-09 00-00 03-00 LOST 3
Phillies          8   10  .444   3      5-5    3-5   05-08 02-01 01-01 LOST 2

NL CENTRAL      WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Cardinals        11    5  .688   -      5-4    6-1   01-02 10-03 00-00 WON  3
Cubs              8    9  .471   3 1/2  3-4    5-5   00-00 06-05 02-04 LOST 2
Reds              8    9  .471   3 1/2  7-3    1-6   03-02 05-07 00-00 LOST 3
Astros            8    9  .471   3 1/2  7-2    1-7   01-04 07-05 00-00 LOST 2
Brewers           6   11  .353   5 1/2  2-6    4-5   00-00 05-08 01-03 LOST 1
Pirates           6   11  .353   5 1/2  1-6    5-5   00-00 04-09 02-02 WON  2

NL WEST         WON  LOST  PCT  GB      HOME   ROAD   EAST  CENT  WEST STREAK
Dodgers          12    5  .706   -      5-0    7-5   00-00 02-00 10-05 LOST 3
Diamondbacks     10    8  .556   2 1/2  8-3    2-5   00-03 02-01 08-04 WON  2
Giants            8    9  .471   4      6-4    2-5   00-00 01-01 07-08 WON  1
Padres            8   10  .444   4 1/2  5-3    3-7   00-00 04-03 04-07 LOST 2
Rockies           6   11  .353   6      5-4    1-7   01-01 00-00 05-10 WON  2

3) Today’s schedule–

AL
Rangers (Pedro Astacio) at Yankees (Randy Johnson), 1:05
Twins (Joe Mays) at Tigers (Jason Johnson), 1:05
Orioles (Sidney Ponson) at BlueJays (Roy Halladay), 1:07
Whitesox (Orlando Hernandez) at Royals (Denny Bautista), 2:10
Redsox (Bronson Arroyo) at Devil Rays (Hideo Nomo), 2:15
Indians (Scott Elarton) at Mariners (Jamie Moyer), 4:05
A’s (Joe Blanton) at Angels (Kelvim Escobar), 8:05

NL
Phillies (Vicente Padilla) at Braves (John Thomson), 1:05
Reds (Brandon Claussen) at Marlins (Brian Moehler), 1:05
Nationals (Livan Hernandez) at Mets (Victor Zambrano), 1:10
Astros (Brandon Backe) at Cardinals (Matt Morris), 2:15
Pirates (Josh Fogg) at Cubs (Kerry Wood), 2:20
Dodgers (Brad Penny ???) at Rockies (Jeff Francis), 3:05
Brewers (Gary Glover) at Giants (Jerome Williams), 4:05
Padres (Brian Lawrence) at Diamondbacks (Shawn Estes), 4:40

4) Yesterday’s HR–

Brian Roberts–#7
David Ortiz–#5 & #6
Mark Teixeira–#4 & #5
Ron Belliard–#5
Vernon Wells–#4
Corey Patterson–#4
David Dellucci–#3
Preston Wilson–#3
Russell Branyan–#3
Kevin Mench–#2
Alex Gonzalez (Devil Rays)–#2
David DeJesus–#2
Andruw Jones–#2
Jason Bay–#2
Bobby Kielty–#1
Felipe Lopez–#1
Yorvit Torrealba–#1

5) HR leaders–

AL
T1) Paul Konerko–7
T1) Brian Roberts–7*
3) David Ortiz–6**
T4) Manny Ramirez–5
T4) Vladimir Guerrero–5
T4) Miguel Tejada–5
T4) Mark Teixeira–5**
T4) Ron Belliard–5*
T9) Alex Rodriguez–4
T9) Carl Everett–4
T9) Dmitri Young–4
T9) Richie Sexson–4
T9) Jason Varitek–4
T9) Torii Hunter–4
T9) Vernon Wells–4*

NL
1) Troy Glaus–6
T2) Jim Edmonds–5
T2) Jose Guillen–5
T2) Pat Burrell–5
T2) Milton Bradley–5
T2) Wily Mo Pena–5
T2) Jeff Kent–5
T8) Albert Pujols–4
T8) Chipper Jones–4
T8) Adam Dunn–4
T8) Reggie Sanders–4
T8) Clint Barmes–4
T8) Jason Lane–4
T8) Joe Randa–4
T8) Derrek Lee–4
T8) Jose Vidro–4
T8) Cliff Floyd–4
T8) Xavier Nady–4
T8) Corey Patterson–4*

**–hit 2 yesterday
*–hit 1 yesterday

6) Barry Bonds had fluid drained from his knee earlier in the week and expects to resume his rehab next week.

After 161 RCAA/1.831 OPS and 115 RCAA/1.278 OPS seasons, Bonds hit .812 SLG, .609 OBA, 1.422 OPS, 152 RCAA in 147 games. He’s expected to be out at least about half of the season and has a 1.053 career OPS, compared to his average of .749, and 1496 RCAA in 2716 games.

7) Rangers 1B Mark Teixeira hit 2 HR.

After starting his career with -4 RCAA/.811 OPS and 30 RCAA/.929 OPS seasons, Teixeira is hitting .481 SLG, .318 OBA, .799 OPS, 0 RCAA in his first 19 games. He has a .866 career OPS, compared to his league average of .765, and 26 RCAA in 310 games.

8) Redsox DH David Ortiz hit 2 HR.

After 33 RCAA/.961 OPS and 46 RCAA/.983 OPS seasons, Ortiz is hitting .594 SLG, .307 OBA, .901 OPS, 3 RCAA in his first 18 games. He has a .877 career OPS, compared to his league average of .770, and 96 RCAA in 751 games.


1) Cardinals P Mark Mulder pitched a complete game shutout against the Astros–10 IP, 4 H, 0 R/ER, 0 BB, 5 SO. Mulder became the 1st Cardinals pitcher to pitch 10+ innings since 1989 (Jose DeLeon, 11). It was Mulder’s 9th career SHO.

After 3.13 ERA/23 RSAA and 4.43 ERA/6 RSAA seasons, Mulder is off to a 3.10 ERA/3 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.90 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.58, and 69 RSAA in 154 games.

2) Astros P Roger Clemens’s line–7 IP, 4 H, 0 R/ER, 4 BB, 6 SO.

After 3.91 ERA/10 RSAA and 2.98 ERA/32 RSAA seasons, Clemens is off to a 0.32 ERA/12 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.16 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.38, and 657 RSAA in 644 games.

3) On Tuesday, Whitesox P Orlando Hernandez became the first pitcher since 1983 (Chuck Rainey) to give up 10+ hits in 6 or less innings, but not give up a run.

4) The Royals called up P Ambiorix Burgos and sent P Nate Field to the minors.

Field has a 4.98 ERA/-3 RSAA in 74 career games, including a 9.45 ERA/-4 RSAA in 7 games in 2005.

Burgos pitched a shutout inning in his major league debut.

5) Reds OF Wily Mo Pena left yesterday’s game, due to a stiff left quadriceps muscle.

After -9 RCAA/.641 OPS and 6 RCAA/.843 OPS seasons, Pena is hitting .854 SLG, .386 OBA, 1.240 OPS, 9 RCAA in his first 15 games. He has a .805 career OPS, compared to his league average of .775, and 4 RCAA in 218 games.

6) The Angels activated P Kelvim Escobar from the DL and sent P Chris Bootcheck to the minors.

After 4.27 ERA/2 RSAA and 4.29 ERA/9 RSAA seasons, Escobar had a 3.93 ERA/15 RSAA in 33 starts. He will make his 2005 debut today and has a 4.45 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.67, and 36 RSAA in 334 games.

Bootcheck has a 6.46 ERA/-4 RSAA in 6 career games, including a 0.00 ERA/2 RSAA in 2 games in 2005.

7) The Cubs called up OF Ben Grieve, who took Nomar Garciaparra’s spot on the roster.

After 4 RCAA/.784 OPS and -1 RCAA/.716 OPS seasons, Grieve hit .424 SLG, .361 OBA, .785 OPS, 0 RCAA in 123 games with the 2004 Brewers and Cubs. He has a .810 career OPS, compared to his league average of .775, and 56 RCAA in 954 games.

8) Padres 3B Phil Nevin became the 3rd player in team history to hit 150 HR with them.

After 5 RCAA/.825 OPS and 23 RCAA/.859 OPS seasons, Nevin is off to a .389 SLG, .244 OBA, .632 OPS, -4 RCAA start in his first 18 games. He has a .833 career OPS, compared to his league average of .780, and 96 RCAA in 1004 games.

The Padres top 10–

HOMERUNS   
1    Nate Colbert                163   
2    Dave Winfield               154   
3    Phil Nevin                  150   
4    Tony Gwynn                  135   
5    Ken Caminiti                121   
6    Ryan Klesko                 117   
7    Benito Santiago              85   
8    Fred McGriff                 84   
T9   Steve Finley                 82   
T9   Carmelo Martinez             82

The leaders vs. the league average–

HOMERUNS                        DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Nate Colbert                 90      163       73   
2    Dave Winfield                71      154       83   
3    Ken Caminiti                 63      121       58   
4    Phil Nevin                   61      150       89   
5    Fred McGriff                 54       84       30   
6    Greg Vaughn                  45       78       33   
7    Ryan Klesko                  37      117       80   
T8   Willie McCovey               33       52       19   
T8   Jack Clark                   33       51       18   
10   Gene Tenace                  31       68       37

9) The Phillies sent P Gavin Floyd to the minors and called up P Geoff Geary.

Floyd has a 7.02 ERA/-12 RSAA in 10 career games, including a 14.14 ERA/-15 RSAA in 2 starts (4 games) in 2005.

Geary has a 5.33 ERA/-6 RSAA in 38 career games, including a 5.44 ERA/-6 RSAA in 33 games in 2004.

10) Dodgers SS Jose Valentin had to leave yesterday’s game after being hit in the wrist by a pitch.

After 0 RCAA/.776 OPS and -16 RCAA/.760 OPS seasons, Valentin is hitting .489 SLG, .431 OBA, .920 OPS, 4 RCAA in his first 17 games. He has a .773 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and -49 RCAA in 1474 games.

11) Royals CF David DeJesus had to leave yesterday’s game, due to a bruised left foot.

After -1 RCAA/.763 OPS in 96 games in 2004, DeJesus is hitting .449 SLG, .377 OBA, .826 OPS, 3 RCAA in his first 18 games. He has a .777 career OPS, compared to his league average of .767, and 3 RCAA in 126 games.

12) A’s P Dan Haren took a pounding–4 2/3 IP, 9 H, 8 R, 7 ER, 2 BB, 4 SO,

Haren has a 4.81 ERA/-10 RSAA in 32 career games, including a 4.56 ERA/0 RSAA in 4 starts in 2005.

13) Rangers SS Michael Young reached base safely 4 times (3 H, 1 BB), LF Kevin Mench had 3 hits (1 2B, 1 HR) and CF Layne Nix had 4 hits (1 2B).

After 0 RCAA/.785 OPS and 13 RCAA/.836 OPS seasons, Young hit hitting .450 SLG, .364 OBA, .814 OPS, 2 RCAA in his first 19 games. He has a .763 career OPS, compared to his league average of .763, and -30 RCAA in 603 games.

After 4 RCAA/.845 OPS and 10 RCAA/.874 OPS seasons, Mench is hitting .491 SLG, .377 OBA, .868 OPS, 2 RCAA in his first 14 games. He has a .833 career OPS, compared to his league average of .764, and 13 RCAA in 287 games.

After starting his career with -5 RCAA/.729 OPS and -15 RCAA/.730 OPS seasons, Nix is off to a .500 SLG, .444 OBA, .944 OPS, 2 RCAA start in his first 4 games. He has a .736 career OPS, compared to his league average of .769, and -18 RCAA in 172 games.

14) Rangers P Chan Ho Park’s line–6 2/3 IP, 3 H, 1 R/ER, 5 BB, 6 SO.

After pitching in just 23 games in 2003-04, Park is off to a 4.24 ERA/2 RSAA in his first 4 starts. He has a 4.18 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.41, and 11 RSAA in 273 games.

15) Indians 2B Ron Belliard had 3 hits, including a HR.

After -6 RCAA/.760 OPS and 0 RCAA/.774 OPS seasons, Belliard is hitting .596 SLG, .339 OBA, .935 OPS, 5 RCAA in his first 17 games. He has a .752 career OPS, compared to his league average of .780, and -33 RCAA in 774 games.

16) Diamondbacks P Brandon Webb’s line–8 IP, 5 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 5 SO.

After starting his career with 2.84 ERA/39 RSAA and 3.59 ERA/20 RSAA seasons, Webb is off to a 2.63 ERA/5 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.20 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.29, and 64 RSAA in 68 games.

17) Phillies P Randy Wolf took a pounding–4 IP, 7 H, 6 R/ER, 2 BB, 1 SO.

After 4.23 ERA/-4 RSAA and 4.28 ERA/1 RSAA seasons, Wolf is off to a 6.38 ERA/-6 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 4.18 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.37, and 11 RSAA in 173 games.

18) Braves P Tim Hudson’s line–6 IP, 5 H, 1 R/ER, 3 BB, 2 SO.

After 2.70 ERA/41 RSAA and 3.53 ERA/24 RSAA seasons, Hudson is off to a 0.96 ERA/10 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.25 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.62, and 179 RSAA in 187 games.

19) Pirates P Mark Redman’s line–7 IP, 5 H, 2 R/ER, 4 BB, 5 SO.

After 3.59 ERA/9 RSAA and 4.71 ERA/-1 RSAA seasons, Redman is off to a 2.39 ERA/5 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 4.31 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.55, and 16 RSAA in 143 games.

20) Cubs P Greg Maddux’s line–8 IP, 4 H, 2 R/ER, 1 BB, 3 SO.

After 3.96 ERA/5 RSAA and 4.02 ERA/13 RSAA seasons, Maddux is off to a 4.50 ERA/0 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 2.96 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.06, and 553 RSAA in 612 games.

Maddux ranks 2nd on the career list (since 1900) for best BB vs. the league average–

WALKS                           DIFF   PLAYER   LEAGUE   
1    Robin Roberts               852      902     1754   
2    Greg Maddux                 687      874     1561   
3    Walter Johnson              667     1363     2030   
4    Christy Mathewson           656      844     1500   
5    Grover C Alexander          647      951     1598   
6    Ferguson Jenkins            591      997     1588   
7    Jim Kaat                    578     1083     1661   
8    Cy Young                    546      449      995   
9    Don Sutton                  545     1343     1888   
10   David Wells                 535      646     1181   

1) Yankees P Jaret Wright had to leave yesterday’s game, due to pain in his shoulder, and is headed for the DL.

After 7.35 ERA/-21 RSAA and 3.28 ERA/21 RSAA seasons, Wright is off to a 9.15 ERA/-11 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 5.19 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.58, and -56 RSAA in 184 games.

2) Whitesox P Jose Contreras had to leave yesterday’s game, due to a strained lower right hamstring.

After starting his career with 3.30 ERA/8 RSAA and 5.50 ERA/-16 RSAA seasons, Contreras is off to a 3.48 ERA/3 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 4.74 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.59, and -5 RSAA in 53 games.

3) The Dodgers may activate P Brad Penny from the DL today, depending on the weather. If it’s cold, they’ll hold him back until tomorrow. Elmer Dessens will go on the DL.

After 4.66 ERA/-10 RSAA and 4.13 ERA/-3 RSAA seasons, Penny had a 3.15 ERA/15 RSAA in 24 starts with the 2004 Marlins and Dodgers. He hasn’t made his 2005 debut yet and he has a 4.03 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.34, and 8 RSAA in 134 games.

4) The Mets called up P Jae Seo, to take Kaz Ishii’s spot on the roster.

After 3.82 ERA/9 RSAA and 4.90 ERA/-8 RSAA seasons, Seo had a line of 6 IP, 6 H, 1 R/ER, 0 BB, 4 SO in his 2005 debut. He has a 4.17 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.29, and 3 RSAA in 58 games.

5) According to the Diamondbacks website, there are rumors that, with Nomar Garciaparra injured, the Cubs are interested in trading for Diamondbacks INF Alex Cintron.

After 8 RCAA/.848 OPS and -29 RCAA/.665 OPS seasons in his first couple of years as a starter, Cintron is off to a .550 SLG, .409 OBA, .959 OPS, 1 RCAA start in his first 11 games. He has a .742 career OPS, compared to his league average of .774, and -26 RCAA in 328 games.

6) The Rockies released minor league 3B Andy Tracy, who will go to Japan.

Tracy has -8 RCAA/.720 OPS in 136 career games.

7) According to the Dayton Daily News, the Nationals are interested in Reds RF Austin Kearns.

After 6 RCAA/.819 OPS and -4 RCAA/.740 OPS seasons, Kearns is off to a .268 SLG, .292 OBA, .560 OPS, -3 RCAA start in his first 13 games. He has a .825 career OPS, compared to his league average of .769, and 20 RCAA in 266 games.

8) The Indians released minor league P Dennis Stark.

Stark has a 5.78 ERA/-23 RSAA in 64 career games.

9) Whitesox SS Jose Uribe reached base safely 4 times–3 H (1 2B), 1 BB.

After -13 RCAA/.724 OPS and -4 RCAA/.833 OPS seasons, Uribe is hitting .453 SLG, .323 OBA, .775 OPS, 0 RCAA in his first 17 games. He has a .737 career OPS, compared to his league average of .769, and -72 RCAA in 472 games.

10) Royals P Zack Greinke’s line–7 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 7 S0.

After starting his career with a 3.97 ERA/7 RSAA, Greinke is off to a 2.66 ERA/4 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.81 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.61, and 11 RSAA in 28 games.

11) Indians P Cliff Lee’s line–7 IP, 4 H, 0 R/ER, 1 BB, 5 SO.

Lee has a 4.74 ERA/-9 RSAA in 48 career games, including a 3.38 ERA/3 RSAA in 4 starts in 2005.

12) Redsox P Curt Schilling took a pounding–7 IP, 9 H, 6 R/ER, 0 BB, 5 SO.

After 2.95 ERA/34 RSAA and 3.26 ERA/42 RSAA seasons, Schilling is off to a 7.13 ERA/-5 RSAA start in his first 3 starts. He has a 3.35 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.22, and 322 RSAA in 485 games.

13) Orioles P Erik Bedard’s line–7 IP, 7 H, 0 R/ER, 1 BB, 6 SO.

Bedard has a 4.51 ERA/4 RSAA in 33 career games, including a 3.80 ERA/2 RSAA in 4 starts in 2005.

14) BlueJays P David Bush’s line–8 IP, 5 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 2 SO.

Bush has a 3.99 ERA/13 RSAA in 20 career games, including a 5.32 ERA/-1 RSAA in 4 starts in 2005.

15) Padres P Jake Peavy’s line–7 IP, 4 H, 1 R/ER, 1 BB, 8 SO.

After 4.11 ERA/-5 RSAA and 2.27 ERA/31 RSAA seasons, Peavy is off to a 1.30 ERA/8 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.41 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.26, and 26 RSAA in 80 games.

16) Dodgers P Odalis Perez took a pounding–5 IP, 10 H, 8 R, 7 ER, 2 BB, 1 SO.

After 4.52 ERA/-11 RSAA and 3.25 ERA/19 RSAA seasons, Perez is off to a 4.37 ERA/-1 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.92 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.28, and 2 RSAA in 156 games.

17) Marlins P Dontrelle Willis’s line–6 IP, 6 H, 2 R/ER, 2 BB, 7 SO.

After starting his career with 3.30 ERA/12 RSAA and 4.02 ERA/2 RSAA seasons, Willis is off to a 1.50 ERA/8 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 3.53 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.29, and 22 RSAA in 63 games.

18) Mets RF Victor Diaz reached base safely all 5 times up–4 H (2 2B), 1 BB.

Diaz has 10 RCAA/1.023 OPS in 30 career games, including a .702 SLG, .492 OBA, 1.194 OPS, 11 RCAA in 15 games in 2005.

19) Giants C Yorvit Torrealba had 3 hits, including a 2B and a HR.

After -5 RCAA/.702 OPS and -9 RCAA/.709 OPS seasons, Torrealba is off to a .700 SLG, .364 OBA, 1.064 OPS, -1 RCAA start in his first 5 games (that strange OPS/RCAA combo is attributed to the fact that he has 2 GIDP, so that’s 9 outs in 11 PA).

20) Giants P Brett Tomko’s line–6 1/3 IP, 8 H, 2 R/ER, 2 BB, 3 SO.

After 5.28 ERA/-26 RSAA and 4.04 ERA/9 RSAA seasons, Tomko is off to a 5.70 ERA/-4 RSAA start in his first 4 starts. He has a 4.55 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.33, and -41 RSAA in 233 games.


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