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Jeter scratched from lineup

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Mar 19, 2013 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Derek Jeter has been scratched from the Yankees lineup because of stiffness in his left ankle.

Joe Girardi said that Jeter was flexing the ankle a lot during batting practice. Jeter eventually went to trainer Steve Donohue, who then told Girardi, who made the lineup change. Girardi is not sure what this means long term. Could be just a day. Could be a sign of things to come.

Gil Velazquez will play short and bat second.

 
 

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69 Responses to “Jeter scratched from lineup”

  1. Don March 19th, 2013 at 11:46 am

    Oh no!

  2. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 11:47 am

    It seems that the more they celebrate in tends to lean towards taunting than celebration.

    Not saying that about any nationality but pro athletes in general.

    Well I don’t know why america obsesses with taunting when essentially we elevate boisterous, fast talking, taunters to all our positions of power. I don’t care if you get taunted. Don’t give up the HR. Don’t strike out. Don’t give up the touch down.

    Humans are designed to express emotion, so its more healthy to let it out.

  3. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 11:47 am

    Well, can’t say that isn’t expected, right?

    What’s the weather like in Tampa today?

  4. bruceb March 19th, 2013 at 11:49 am

    Can Spring Training 2013 get any worse?

    Seems that bad news follows bad news each and every day.

    First A-Rod, then Grandy, Hughes, Tex and now Jete. Hope it’s not too serious but when the word “ankle” is used here, it’s alarming.

  5. blake March 19th, 2013 at 11:52 am

    Looking back it’s easy to see the irony and foreshadowing in Cashman’s jump to benefit the wounded warriors.

    I certainly hope this is just stiffness and maybe some scar tissue breaking up and not a set back…..they can’t lose anybody else

  6. Baby Ruth March 19th, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Good to get this stuff out of the way before the regular season starts

  7. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 11:57 am

    Blake-

    The odds were that were going to lose somebody else at some point.

    I mean think about it. Youkilis, Hafner, Rivera ……

    Does their recent health history give you the warm fuzzies ?

    ;)

  8. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 11:58 am

    Feel better, Derek.

  9. blake March 19th, 2013 at 11:59 am

    “Does their recent health history give you the warm fuzzies ?”

    Best predictor of future injury risk is last injury risk and age ….the yanks have put together somewhat of a mine field to navigate through

  10. 86w183 March 19th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Long time no see gang…. busy time of year for me… gets a lot better next month.

    The injuries have been frustrating and poiont out why it’s so risky to be this old in position players. Personally I’d be surprised if Jeter starts more than 108 games (2/3) at short.

    Doesn’t help that Mike Morse and Justin Upton are ripping the cover off the ball this spring.

  11. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    jerkface

    Humans are designed to express emotion, so its more healthy to let it out

    ———————————————————————————

    I agree.

    The problem is when taunting is allowed it can escalate to more than expressing emotion.

    In hockey after they score a goal they celebrate and they don’t seem to have a problem with it.

    But remember when Cervelli clapped his hands as he crossed HP and then got drilled his next AB.

    Some of these things are about unwritten rules that should have been discarded years ago.

  12. DONNYBROOK March 19th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Anytime your messing with a joint injury, it’s a continuous day-to-day situation. The older the individual, the More iffy it becomes. Jeet needs to learn that he is gonna have to baby the ankle, and Not expose it to the same stress\flex exercises he used previously before games. If the regular season opens amid cold temps, the ankle is gonna be even more flukey on a day-to-day basis.

  13. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Blake-

    no sh*t !

    ;)

  14. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    Jerkface

    I need some help with this emotion thing.

    Is the news about Jeter an o-no the season his lost, or yay, Nunez gets his chance to prove he’s ready.

  15. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:05 pm

    The age on the roster is a reason to get younger more quickly by trading Granderson (when healthy), Hughes (if he won’t be re-signed), and even Cano (bigger potential yield) to jump start the inevitable rebuilding/reloading, and if they aren’t going to spend big, this could get painful.

  16. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    The Yankees are in transition.

  17. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    Didn’t they try to shop Grandy over the winter or was that just talk?

  18. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    Is the news about Jeter an o-no the season his lost, or yay, Nunez gets his chance to prove he’s ready.

    This news should bring a deep melancholy with some pangs of yearning.

  19. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    “The Yankees are in transition.”

    But almost pretending not to be.

  20. austinmac March 19th, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    Jeter is an older player with a screw(s) in his ankle that is subject to the rigors of professional baseball. This is unsurprising. I agree it could be a blip or a sign that Jeter can no longer play shortstop regularly.

    Maine, who would have joy for Jeter’s discomfort? Do you really think fans who want to see the Yankees try to get younger want that?

    Should you want a real discussion, we are here for you. Should you want to make further pointless innuendos, I, for one, shall not further resopond.

  21. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    And Maine,

    I don’t think Cervelli clapping his hands warranted any of that. Baseball players are weird sometimes, and honestly I think there are some racially motivated undertones to older, american/white players wanting to suppress the emotions of foreign born players.

  22. 4TrainNorth March 19th, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    Would Jeter still be at short this year if we had anyone in the org capable of stepping in neatly? I just don’t see how they expect his ankle to hold up during a full season, even if he’s given regular rest.

  23. austinmac March 19th, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    The Yankees should be in transition if they will not spend. So far they have transitioned themselves into a team older than last year. Wrong way guys.

  24. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    Yes Rich. But the fact remains.

  25. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:15 pm

    MTU

    This may be a case when a portion of the fan base is more realistic than the FO. Of course, no one knows what they really think, but it’s fair to assess their thought process based on their behavior, and to this point, their behavior suggests a fact-averse mentality.

    It may be related to the “you can’t rebuild in NY” nonsense.

  26. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    Jerkface -

    I don’t know. They didn’t like Joba’s emotional reactions either. I think the line that they draw may be more related to players having experience “earning” the right to celebrate or emote on the field, and those who are rookies and need to “pay their dues.”

    Not that I discount racial undertones altogether, but I think baseball is more about veteran vs. rookie.

  27. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    The 2013 and 2014 Yankees are what happens when a team tries to build the same team using a winning strategy with none of the resources usually afforded to them. The quality level of it all goes down.

    I am going to the ST games this weekend and I shudder to think about what lineups are going to be run out there. Hoping Mustelier is still in the mix!

  28. Yanksfanmc76 March 19th, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    Can we just fast forward to 2014 already? This team is a MASH Unit

  29. 86w183 March 19th, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    They are not in transition. This is a treading water season, bringing most of the team back and loading up on a roster for of impending Free Agents.

    Next year will be the transition year.

    I’d be stunned if the Yanks traded veterans for kids unless the team is hanging around .500 or lower with little-to-no post season chances.

    They have more than $ 100 M in salary coming off the books after this season; which should make next off season the most interesting/fascinating in franchise history.

  30. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    Doreen,

    Thats definitely true, there is a HUGE negative wall between veterans and rookies. 100% right. I’m thinking more of times where I’ve seen guys say stuff like ‘Thats not how the game is played here.’ and similar. It doesn’t even have to be racist, just a culture thing. Like you said, America is all about the melting pot but we want you to boil down to a blandness rather than spice up the mix (as you said).

    I hope we see these unwritten rules and stuff go to the wayside as older sportswriters disappear along with older managers, and as more foreign born managers start taking over.

  31. comnsnse March 19th, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    This is the problem with an aging team some of whom have taken “substances” which further advance the body’s age.

    The secondary problem of course is the inability of the organization to produce major league quality replacements.

    This becomes even more serious when socialist (for the owners) concepts like revenue sharing etc. impact a sport.

    Big market teams are no longer the winners as the ridiculous concept of parity rules sports…………….unlike any other industry on the planet! Good management,prudent business decisions and vision are what make the free market work not cost certainty and parity!

  32. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    austinmac

    Thanks for making a judgement based on a conversation I was having with Jerkface that had nothing to do with your response to me.

  33. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    I’m not sure I would call it transition.

    Transition to me anyway seems to mean a gradual moving from one thing to another. Who/what is being transitioned to?

    If you watched the promotional commercial for the Yankees that is narrated by Danny Aiello, the focus is on the past, Jeter, Andy, Mo. Cano is the only other player that is focused on. Where are the new faces that are being brought into the scenario? There is a clear picture of the past, there is a picture of the present, but was no picture of the future. None.

    But which of their minor leaguers has forced their way into the big time? None. (Well, Phelps, I guess did that, and Nova to some extent.) They have to take the bull by the horns and not allow the Yankees any leeway. They have to seize the opportunities that are definitely going to arise this season. If (when) they get called up they have to make it impossible for the Yankees to send them down.

  34. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    “I hope we see these unwritten rules and stuff go to the wayside as older sportswriters disappear along with older managers, and as more foreign born managers start taking over.”

    I hear you on this, and may be a net positive, but at least on the age side, there were similar sentiments expressed 20 years ago, yet somehow, when the age cohort got older, they became more like those who came before them. It could happen again.

  35. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:24 pm

    “Transition to me anyway seems to mean a gradual moving from one thing to another. Who/what is being transitioned to?”

    From being able to actually win a WS, or at least make the playoffs, to not being able to win a WS, and maybe not being able to make the playoffs.

  36. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    I say they are in transition from the old Dynasty to the new.

    The bit players they added this season are part of that transition IMO.

    Youkilis, Hafner, etc.

    They may be experienced elsewhere but they are part of plugging the gaps until the new guys come on line, or vault re-opens.

    That’s what I meant.

  37. Jerkface March 19th, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    Who/what is being transitioned to?

    If you watched the promotional commercial for the Yankees that is narrated by Danny Aiello, the focus is on the past, Jeter, Andy, Mo. Cano is the only other player that is focused on. Where are the new faces that are being brought into the scenario? There is a clear picture of the past, there is a picture of the present, but was no picture of the future. None.

    Too true. Its almost like they have to sign Cano. Imagine the 2014 Yankee sizzle reel? Who would even be on it?

  38. Don March 19th, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    Let’s face it, Cashman is not that smart, and Hal is pinching pennies. It is not a good recipe for success.

  39. 86w183 March 19th, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    comnsnse —-

    Pro sports is not like other business enterprises. Professional sports leagues are partnership and cannot exist/succeed without some “common good” rules which are going to negatively impact the more successful franchises.

    I prefer baseball’s system to the NFL because there is much more flexibility in how much you want to invest in your product on the field.

    the problem for the Yankees is that the new CBA created significant financial incentives to get unfer the luxury tax limit in 2014, but NYY already had multiple long term contracts that make it much more difficult to get to.

    We’ll see how it plays out

  40. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    MTU -

    Okay. I understand where you’re coming from.

    That’s where my wait and see has to come in. :)

    I guess it would have been nice if they had at least shown Hughes/Joba/Robertson/Gardner, even, in that commercial. Heck, even CERVELLI!!! LOL

    Maybe they’ll have another promo at some point that will focus more that way.

  41. RadioKev March 19th, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    It would be really nice if A-Rod and Tex were the guys we signed, wouldn’t it?

  42. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Jerkface, they really do have to sign Cano, as I see it.

  43. austinmac March 19th, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    Maine,

    You have spent most of your time criticizing posters. Support your team, disagree all you want, but being insulting to fellow fans doesn’t sit well with me.

    It seems often one who has no factual basis to dispute what is said prefers to attack the messenger.

  44. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    They shouldn’t sign Cano if it means signing no one else.

  45. ron March 19th, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    Jeter is pushing 40 yrs old with metal in his ankle.
    Arod is all but done.
    Tex might be lost for the year,and who knows long term.
    Ichiro,gardner,youk,jeter,tex,and more might struggle with split stats,(lefty,righty pitchers).

    This is why signing cc,tex,arod,cano for 100-106 million with a 189 cap is simply not a winning formula.
    Add ichiro in,and jeter for 2014,and you are at about 120 million.
    Now you will still need a lf,cf,3b,c,4 sp,and more.

    Basically we need 19 players to complete the 25 man with 60 or so million to spend,and cc,tex,arod,jeter,ichiro are all rapidly aging.Cano has 3,or 4 good years in him,maybe.

    This is why it just does not make sense why we did not trade cano for 2 top,first rd prospects,that can start now,or are almost ready.
    Give me an olt type 3b,and a top 25 pitcher for cano,minimum,and trade him.
    We could have given hamilton a 5 year,relatively safe contract to replace cano’s offense,and we are a much better team with hamilton,and the 2 top prospects.
    You then make similar moves with granderson,and hughes,wich we will lose anyways.
    Hughes,and a prospect,or two for maybe a headley,or something along those lines.

    Granderson for maybe an infield,o.f.,p prospect,then sign a fa to replace him.
    We would be in much better shape now,and going forward,instead of signing 4,5,6 guys into their late 30′s-42 yrs old at max dollar,then having no,or little money for other positions,all while even our big dollar positions are breaking down.
    Prospects can not fill all of these holes.

    Trading cano,granderson,hughes would land us at least 3 top prospects,and we’d get something for hughes,even if we add 2 prospects/players with him.
    Maybe a hughes,nunez,and a top prospect for headley.
    I’d wan’t to keep only sanchez,m williams,campos,depaula,ramirez.Heathcott,austin,pineda,and anybody else can go.
    Cano would easily get us 2 nice prospects back,granderson one,hughes,in combination with one,or two prospects/players,maybe gets us a ml player like headley,etc…

    The 90′s team,wich was almost unbeatable had players that hit 15-30 hr,for the most part,with players like curtis,hayes,brosus,girardi,etc…,but they battled,all hit near .300,good defense,pitching.
    We can win without cano getting 23-25 million a year for 8 years,arod,etc…

  46. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:39 pm

    doreen-

    As 86 pointed out above. Next season should be absolutely fascinating to watch as a whole lot of money comes off the books and the youngsters have another year of experience under belts.

    I expect our Pitching and pen to remain very strong.

    It’s our position guys that leave me wondering a bit.

    I’m hoping that one of our young OF guys has taken the next step by then and will be ready.

    I also hope we make a few strategic acquisitions and trades.

    :)

  47. RadioKev March 19th, 2013 at 12:39 pm

    Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:36 pm
    They shouldn’t sign Cano if it means signing no one else.
    ———–

    Exactly. It’s either don’t sign Cano, or sign Cano and blow up the budget. Alex and Tex were both more productive players through their age 29 seasons..

  48. JobaTipsHisCap March 19th, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    no one should be surprised; this is an OLD team.
    and, it might be the weakest team in recent years.

  49. pat March 19th, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    therealarieber
    Jeter said he’s had stiffness all spring, now it’s worse. said he would play if reg. season. said two weeks is enough time to get ready.

  50. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    Maybe they can win without Cano if the trade is right, or the mix is right.

    But I’m looking at it more from a marketing standpoint.

    And they can’t get prospects for Cano if they do trade him. It has to be proven talent.

    I don’t think a team, maybe especially the Yankees, ever wants to be in a posiltion where fans are saying “who ARE these guys?”

    And while I don’t come close to agreeing with a lot of what Randy says here (sorry, Randy, but you know that ;) ), he is right when he talks about people being willing to watch something else, and the Yankees take a risk that they don’t get them back, or don’t inspire a new generation of fans.

  51. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    austinmac March 19th, 2013 at 12:36 pm
    Maine,

    You have spent most of your time criticizing posters. Support your team, disagree all you want, but being insulting to fellow fans doesn’t sit well with me.

    It seems often one who has no factual basis to dispute what is said prefers to attack the messenger.

    ———————————————————————————-

    So I guess because we disagree that my view has no factual basis. Thanks.

    I find it interesting that rather than discuss with me you choose to attack.

    I find it odd that you choose to attack me based on conversations I’ve had with others.

  52. Doreen March 19th, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    MTU -

    I’m absolutely on board with that!

  53. Rich in NJ March 19th, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    Jeter is as tough as they come. Any doubts about that were erased when he tried to break that stadium seat with his face.

  54. ac1 March 19th, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    The age on the roster is a reason to get younger more quickly by trading Granderson (when healthy), Hughes (if he won’t be re-signed), and even Cano (bigger potential yield) to jump start the inevitable rebuilding/reloading, and if they aren’t going to spend big, this could get painful.
    ___

    I agree if the Yankees OF is good (Boesch, Gardner and Ichiro), and Rivera fills in as 4th OF ok, plus with Mesa, Francisco, etc, i would consider trading Granderson when he is healthy.

    If they struggle, I would be for trading Hughes now (Phelps can replace him just fine).

    I would probably NOT trade Cano, as I think the Yankees have to do something to convince fans they aren’t giving up. In the end, I feel like Cano will resign here but at some outrageous price. I also consider finding a way to trade Tex. (If he misses the season, he and Alex will be collecting over 50M between them to watch the games on TV. Alex is untradeable, but Tex still has some value when healthy.

  55. ac1 March 19th, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    I also think it is URGENT for one of our OF prospects to step up this year and make this opening day 2014 roster. Heathcott is such a health risk, so maybe Tyler Austin….

    They cannot afford for none of our prospects to make a move in 2013.

    And despite his fielding issues, i still believe Nunez is very important to this team.

    2014 could finally be that year Jeter moves to 3rd base and Alex is full time DH. Nunez can hit, its just making that throw to first he needs to straighten out (it’s 95% mental at this point).

  56. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Doreen-

    As w most things balance is the key.

    The Yankees will need to find it to continue forward.

    I always remain optimistic about the future.

    Got to run.

    Catch you later.

    :)

  57. Hassey March 19th, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    This blog is 95% mental

  58. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    MTU

    I understand it’s our desire to field a PO team every year.

    Even the best teams in all sports go thru transition years .

    It happens to the best teams.

    Now the question is how well they make the transition.

    That’s the 189ml question.

  59. Hassey March 19th, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Maine – I’ll be up in Brunswick this summer…any tips on how to calculate my trip so that I’m in Maine the one day per year that the ocean is warm enough to swim in?

  60. Against All Odds March 19th, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Even the best teams in all sports go thru transition years .

    ——————–

    That’s the thing though their transition yrs were supposedly taking place between 06,07,08,09

  61. blake March 19th, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    A cold + spring allergies = my head exploding .

  62. MTU March 19th, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    Maine-

    Yup.

    And that remains to be seen. Like I said, I am always optimistic longterm.

    The Yankee Farm system has a lot of talent for instance.

    By next year they should an even better idea of how good it is.

    It’s going to be an interesting ride.

    ;)

  63. ac1 March 19th, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    And despite what Merchand thinks, no way the Yankees start 5 lefties vs. lester opening day.
    Even with jeter at DH, i think they were going to start Nunez either at ss or dh anyway.

    lineup:

    Jeter dh
    ichiro rf
    Cano 2b
    Youk 1b
    rivera LF
    Nunez SS
    Musty 3b
    Cervelli c
    Gardner CF

    This is my guess to opening day lineup (maybe sub boesch in for rivera)

  64. MaineYankee March 19th, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    Hassey March 19th, 2013 at 12:56 pm
    Maine – I’ll be up in Brunswick this summer…any tips on how to calculate my trip so that I’m in Maine the one day per year that the ocean is warm enough to swim in?

    ————————————————————————————

    That day hasn’t come yet. :lol:

    I guess it depends on what shade of blue you can stand your legs to be.

  65. Carly March 19th, 2013 at 1:02 pm

    promissory estoppel is generally an alternative to consideration as a basis for enforcing a promise

    Are the Yankees estopped from pursuing this 189 budget?

    Have they made a promise to field a championship contending team?

    Further, are they estopped from following through with the 189 budget given that it is based on a false basis: i.e. the potentially dead contract of Alex Rodriguez. It is one thing if the 189 mandate is based on active and reasonably good contracts, but if investments went bad (such as ARod) should the Yankees realize that and determine with their wealth of resources that the true budget cap should be 216.5 million (189 + the 27.5 million from ARod, plus possible 6 million incentives for HR milestones so it could be 222.5 million).

    It does not seem equitable to punish the fans with a budget austerity plan when the team has potential dead money on its ledger.

  66. ron March 19th, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    They do not need ml talent for cano,if they signed a hamilton to replace the lost offense.
    Ml talent costs money,and you are only trading ml talent for ml talent.
    Yes,maybe cano get’s you 2 lesser players,but trading him for 2 top prospects cost very little money,and you possibly fill 2 positions with high end talent for a long time,but signing a hamilton would have been very important because it replaces cano’s lost offense,keeps the fans from revolting,and puts us in a position to get 2 high end prospects that we simply never see in the draft.

    So basically hamilton replaces cano,but we get 2 top prospects in return,and money wise,it is a wash,but way fewer years for hamilton.
    Even if it wasn’t hamilton,the formula should be the same.

    Simple question.

    Are we a better team with hamilton,olt,and a very good,top maybe 10-30 pitching prospect,or just signing cano for 6-10 years?
    I think that is the easiest question to answer that i have ever heard.

  67. 4TrainNorth March 19th, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    I’ve finally come around to the Youk signing (sort of), but seeing his name at cleanup…oy.

  68. comnsnse March 19th, 2013 at 1:41 pm

    86w183, why is pro sport’s the only free market operation that must consider common good. Does the successful auto dealership give money to the unsuccessful dealership if they have a bad year? Ask Selig as Tony Kubek once did and the moron was dumbfounded!

    By definition the free market exists and succeeds on the basis of ingenuity, capital, dedication and vision.

    How is this different in any for profit enterprise?

    One does not foster competition in competitors at your business expense by giving them money to compete against you!

    Finally there is no automatic birthright for every major U.S. city to have pro sport’s franchises. It’s about the money!

    Expansion and jury rigging the financial aspects of pro sports is all about money not fairness or the common good!

  69. comnsnse March 19th, 2013 at 6:10 pm

    ac1,respecfully can you possibly be serious with your outfield analysis?

    Boesch is a reject from another team,Francisco,Rivera,fill ins at best.

    Gardner is unproven as a major league hitter,Ichiro had a great finish but he is at the end of a great career.

    As for Mesa he’s like every prospect, a suspect until he does it on the field.

    Granderson’s absence is also problematic as to contributions, this guy struck out almost 200 times with a BA in the 230′s!

    He’s the present day Rob Deer!

    For 2013 this team is a giant question mark with age, injuries and simply a lack of proven talent both on the big club and with nada from the minors!


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