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Bronx Bombers play opens in New York

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Feb 08, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

I haven’t seen the new Bronx Bombers play, but I have friends who came back with positive reviews. For any of you interested, here’s an AP story about the new play that’s all about the history of the Yankees, focusing on Yogi Berra. The AP review comes down on the negative side, but certainly makes it seem like the kind of thing Yankees fans would enjoy quite a bit.

Bronx Bombers Circle in the Square TheatreNEW YORK (AP) — The first sign a major knuckleball is coming in the baseball play “Bronx Bombers” is when the smoke machines crank up.

Until then, Eric Simonson’s script is an unremarkable behind-the-scenes look at a moment in 1977 when the New York Yankees were in crisis. Their star player, Reggie Jackson, was brawling with the team’s manager, Billy Martin, and clubhouse morale was at a low point.

Then the central figure in this drama — Yogi Berra, trying to keep the team together as a coach — starts hearing ghosts in his bedroom and the swirling smoke kicks in. The Babe — Babe Ruth, naturally — then suddenly stands there in his pinstripes with a bat. Of course. Who doesn’t have this exact same dream?

The next scene, which opens Act 2, is perhaps one of the most improbable and downright silly moments to be put onstage this season: A fancy dinner with some Yankee greats from the past and present. Babe Ruth! Mickey Mantle! Lou Gehrig! Joe DiMaggio! Derek Jeter? Wait, what?

That snapping sound you hear is the sudden end of Simonson’s two-and-a-half plays grounded in realism and his entry into the surreal. A play that was becoming the Yogi Berra story — featuring a super Peter Scolari wringing every emotion from the script heroically — has now turned into the daydreams of an 11-year-old.

If you’ve ever wanted to know what Mantle would tell Gehrig, this is the play for you. (For the record, it’s “pleasure to meet you, sir. I, um, I came up just after you.”) The Yankee immortals all trade war stories, salary details, free agency tales and grouse over the increasingly invasive media. They eat potatoes. They continue to wear their uniforms, cleats and all.

Bronx Bombers Circle in the Square TheatreThey also say things like “baseball’s the best damn thing that ever happened to this country” and reveal this secret for their success: “A Yankee’s got to be a Yankee.” Among these athletic giants is Yogi’s wife, Carmen, (an underused Tracy Shayne), likely wondering why she got cast in this dream — and this play.

Eventually, DiMaggio threatens to leave — prompting the almost required “Joe, don’t go!” — and Gehrig physically weakens before our eyes, a crass reminder of the disease that will kill him. The madness ends with him recreating the weakened stance he held while bidding farewell to the Yankees. It’s a maudlin turn for something that’s already half-baked.

“Bronx Bombers,” which opened Thursday at the Circle in the Square Theater, is the third sports-related play to make it to Broadway from producing team Fran Kirmser and Tony Ponturo, following “Lombardi,” about football icon Vince Lombardi, and “Magic/Bird,” about the friendship between basketball legends Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Larry Bird.

Simonson, who wrote all three, this time also directs “Bronx Bombers,” and he does so with such reverence to the baseball franchise that it veers into fairy tale. Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees put money in the show, and it shows. The play played off-Broadway last year and has been tweaked since then, but not enough to make it more than Yankee advertising.

Ruth (played by C.J. Wilson like a sort of W.C. Fields) is brash and ready to party; Mantle (Bill Dawes, who also plays Thurman Munson) is a jokey hothead; DiMaggio (Chris Henry Coffey) is squinty and haughty; Elston Howard is polite but frustrated (a good Francois Battiste, who also earlier plays a terrific Jackson); and Gehrig (John Wernke) who seems a bit like a confused hick (“What’s TV?” he asks at one point, since he died in 1941. In another scene he blurts out: “World War II?” Wait until he finds out about the Red Sox’s recent resurgence.)

After the head-scratching dinner scene, the play fast-forwards to the Yankee locker room in 2008 on the last game in the old Yankee Stadium and resumes its low-key, grounded-in-reality air. Yogi’s back again and so is Jeter (Christopher Jackson, this time apparently not an apparition.)

There’s a lot of hat-tipping, swelling moments and it seems like we in the audience should get teary and sentimental. “It’s about the people, not the building,” Berra says sagely. But it’s also about the drama, and, in this case, the play strikes out looking.

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52 Responses to “Bronx Bombers play opens in New York”

  1. Ys Guy February 8th, 2014 at 8:13 pm

    OUCH! Not exactly a rave….

  2. pete2 February 8th, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    yankinlasvegas, I did not know the Red Sox owners owned ESPN and MLB Network. I do know they are tight with Bud Selig and do a great job getting the national media and saber blogs to report favorably on them with access and gifts.

    That trade with the Dodgers that got them off the hook may have been orchestrated by Selig who called in a favor from the Dodgers to get them back in the post season to boost post season ratings . Both the Dodgers and Red Sox owners have Selig to thank for them getting their respective teams.

  3. jmills February 8th, 2014 at 8:48 pm

    She’s got, the jack !

  4. J. Alfred Prufrock February 8th, 2014 at 9:12 pm

    jmills,

    Are you on board tonight?

  5. Jerkface February 8th, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/chunichidragons

    A bunch of NPB teams have cameras and a web feed of their spring training sites. Earlier they had the players warming up, doing drills, practicing, taking BP, bullpens, etc. Now they are doing an intrasquad game I think.

    MLB teams should think about doing this.

  6. pat February 8th, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    “….he notes the Yankees are trying to figure ways to prevent injuries. They’ve also added an outfield/baserunning coordinator — former Cubs manager Mike Quade — something they haven’t had “in awhile,” Newman says. Gil Patterson is entering his second full season as the pitching coordinator. James Rowson, the former Cubs hitting coach, is the system’s hitting coordinator and former Dodger Jody Reed is the coordinator of instruction, handling individual development plans for players. Former Royals manager Trey Hillman will contribute to both pro scouting and player development.”

    Yankees looking to make improvements on farm system – http://nydn.us/NmolhV

  7. J. Alfred Prufrock February 8th, 2014 at 9:58 pm

    Thanks for posting that link, pat.

    Newman points out Pirela as an improved player, and he is, but he always could hit, that was never his problem.

    The real improvement comes from having moved from SS, where he had been an utter disaster, to 2B, where he can botch a routine play but is also capable of making the occasional flashy, athletic play.

    He has been more secure on the “automatic out” variety over there, and he has much better range than say, Corban Joseph. It’s too bad he’s not a LHH like Joseph, though.

  8. Blojaldo February 8th, 2014 at 9:59 pm

    Those are all good hires . . .and until it works I love them spending $20million (wisely) in the international market in July. Great way to re-stock the farm system quickly and I agree with those who have said, do it now before there’s a draft-like system put into place. That seems inevitable.

  9. MTU February 8th, 2014 at 10:15 pm

    “The Yankees have also added to their player development staff, bringing in more scouts and a statistics guru,”.

    You mean they didn’t have one till now ?

    :shock:

  10. MTU February 8th, 2014 at 10:16 pm

    “Homer Bailey and the Reds are extremely far apart in extension talks, and barring large concessions by one or both sides, Bailey appears likely to become a free agent next offseason, ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick reports (Twitter links). Last month, Reds GM Walt Jocketty said he was “optimistic” that Bailey and the Reds would be able to negotiate a long-term deal.

    Bailey filed for a 2014 salary of $11.6MM through the arbitration process, while the Reds countered with $8.7MM. After that, Bailey is due to hit the market as a 28-year-old, and if his 2014 season is anything like his 2013 (in which he posted a 3.49 ERA with 8.6 K/9 and 2.3 BB/9 over 209 innings), he’ll be an immensely valuable property — Max Scherzer is the only 2014-15 free agent starter who rates more highly. Given the probability of an enormous payday for Bailey, it’s easy to see why he and the Reds might be having trouble finding common ground on an extension.”

    He’ll be ours next year.

    ;)

  11. jmills February 8th, 2014 at 10:36 pm

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WANNqr-vcx0#

    Alfred, I’m right, here.

  12. brew crew February 8th, 2014 at 10:50 pm

    That play sounds terrible.

  13. jmills February 8th, 2014 at 10:56 pm

    Brew crew

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/3.....autoplay=1

    Enjoy!

  14. coney1 February 8th, 2014 at 11:04 pm

    Jon Morosi ?@jonmorosi 50m

    Sources: Orioles talking with LH free agent starters Joe Saunders and Chris Capuano.
    —————–
    The Orioles, Blue Jays, Dodgers, Diamondbacks, and possibly the Mariners are the teams said to have still been looking for starting pitching. The Dodgers got Maholm, the Dbacks got Arroyo. Looks like the Orioles may be looking cheaper with Saunders, Capuano, and possibly Burnett. I’m not sure the Mariners will have much, if any, money left if they sign Nelson Cruz, which looks likely. The Blue Jays are said to prefer Ervin Santana to Ubaldo Jimenez. This may be the perfect scenario for Jimenez to fall into the Yankees laps cheaply. I would not be surprised to see both Jimenez and Stephen Drew signed by the Yankees, on the team’s terms. This may have been their plan all along when Cashman said the heavy lifting was done. He may have been sending a message that the Yanks are only interested in these two players at their price, not the asking prices. That may just happen. Thoughts?

  15. pete2 February 8th, 2014 at 11:37 pm

    Maybe Drew takes a 3 yr 24 million (10/7/7) deal with a 1 yr optout. That gets him a chance to try free agency again next year w/o worrying about a QO/compensation, and gives him some security if injured. For the Yankees they get help for 1 yr at 3B and insurance for Jeter at a reasonable price. If by some chance Drew sticks around due to an injury or off year in 2014, his 8 million AAV is not too bad and if he is healthy probably gets to play SS for the final 2 years and could bounce back.

    Would not mind Jiminez on a short term deal although I am not convinced he can handle the AL East. Can’t have too much pitching.

  16. blake February 8th, 2014 at 11:49 pm

    @Rotoworld_BB: Towers: Gregorius ‘favorite’ to win SS job – Didi Gregorius | ARZ http://t.co/otxEFXXOjB

    Can we have owings?

  17. Felix Unger February 9th, 2014 at 12:03 am

    coney1 February 8th, 2014 at 11:04 pm

    Jon Morosi ?@jonmorosi 50m

    Sources: Orioles talking with LH free agent starters Joe Saunders and Chris Capuano.

    ============

    The O’s have done squat and are cheap, the epitome of dumpster diving

    Good for the Yanks

  18. Felix Unger February 9th, 2014 at 12:06 am

    ‘I love them spending $20million (wisely) in the international market in July. Great way to re-stock the farm system quickly and I agree with those who have said, do it now before there’s a draft-like system put into place’

    ========

    +1 :)

  19. Barry February 9th, 2014 at 12:10 am

    Would love to see this play — and who cares about the review(s).

  20. jmills February 9th, 2014 at 12:16 am

    Hi, Barry.

  21. jmills February 9th, 2014 at 12:21 am

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HQtwIG0RD0s

    Phil Kessel is simply one of the most talented hockey players out there!

  22. jmills February 9th, 2014 at 12:31 am

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eNd-w9lZcHw#

    Cute leafs interview!

  23. yankinvegas February 9th, 2014 at 1:04 am

    So Pete you basically agree with me. There is a commissioner in place who has formulated every rule to hurt the Yankees and has disparaged every bit of success we have have had during his tenure, all the while displaying nan obvious bias towards our biggest rival while helping to create the illusion that they are a small market team doing their damnedest to defeat the Evil Empire.
    The most tangible benefit of the Red Sox outright owning the Globe and in effect controlling ESPN, is that they never have to deal with the daily garbage spewed by Lupica, who knows nothing about baseball and Madden, who exited normal brain function several years ago. If indeed the Yankees are preparing to spend oodles of money on the international FA market in July to build up the farm system, these two clowns will write how that is just another example of the Yankees buying success. I guarantee it.
    By the way, the “demise” of the Yankees farm system could very easily be fixed this year by a return to good health of Banuelos and Heathcott, among others and a rapid and expected advancement by last years’ highly rated class of Jagielo, Clarkin and Judge.
    Alex is no angel. Neither are dozens of other MLB players, including some who GASP, play for the Boston Red Sox.
    I really wish that ARod would go totally nuclear on Lupica and Madden and Sherman and all the other writers and commentators who have destroyed him. Believe me, most Yankees fans would love him to death for ripping the crap out of all of them. And he could start with the single biggest hypocrite of all, Michael Kay.

  24. Hankflorida February 9th, 2014 at 1:17 am

    I know it was not meant to be but who can argue that Cano at second instead of Ellsbury in center is a better team? With Soriano in the outfield with Gardner and Beltran, the Yankees would have to find a DH like Ibanez to play against righties when Jeter is given a rest and DH’s against lefties. With the reality of no Cano, we have to worry about the defense that Roberts, Johnson or Nunez can provide at 2nd, but we have to be content with the reality that we can keep a rested Soriano at DH for most of the season and hope that Ellsbury duplicates Damon home run output so he becomes more then a table setter. As Jerkface surmises, this Yankee team must find other ways to score then the long ball which was always their trademark with less then 150 homers leading to 800 runs. To quote a famous line from an old radio show that fits the task of the Yankees becoming a team that manufactures runs, “It ain’t easy, McGee!

  25. Pat M. February 9th, 2014 at 1:26 am

    hankflorida……If The Yanks are healthy in 2014 believe the fact that they’ll hit far more than 150 long balls…..In fact they’ll be closer to 200 than they will be to 150 and they’ll be closer to 900 runs than the absurd 800 runs that Face posted…..The Yanks biggest issues and concerns are on the hill and not with the Sticks and not with the leather…..It’s their pitching that is suspect and needs many things to go right if they’re going to be a factor in the AL East / Wild Card…

  26. jmills February 9th, 2014 at 1:28 am

    Man, Cano isn’t Molitor or, Alomar, but, … I’d take him! :D

  27. pete2 February 9th, 2014 at 1:30 am

    yankinvegas. Still don’t get the link between the Globe and ESPN but I agree there is some Red Sox bias there at ESPN. I will say though some of the clearest and fairest reporting on the Arod-Biogenesis story came from ESPN (not all reports but some).

    I do think Selig has bias in favor of the Red Sox but I don’t think he wants to destroy the Yankees. In fact, I see the Arod suspension length as an attempt to help the Yankees free up some money to remain competitive. Yankees are good for post season ratings which helps them get more national TV money. The Yankees-Red Sox rivalry does the same for regular season national TV ratings.

    I think that MLB has treated the Yankees favorably over the revenue sharing in recent years, specifically by reducing the revenue required to be shared by including the full amount of the stadium financing which were actually payments in lieu of real estate taxes (most teams can not deduct taxes from revenue, at least I don’t think they can) and also the Yankees sweetheart deal with YES which kept their rights fees below market value (Red Sox got the same favorable treatment with NESN).

    I do agree on the volatility of farm system rankings. Last year the Yankees farm system was ranked ahead of the Red Sox. Doesn’t take much to go up or down.

    I look forward to Arods book, but I think right now he may be more concerned if he ever plays another MLB game again. If he does get blackballed as I expect, I expect him to let MLB have it. However., most of the national writers and some of the local writers will report this in a biased fashion as they have pretty much for the entire Biogenesis scandal, and fans are pretty easily influenced. I think he is fighting a losing battle, and he is messing with some dangerous people, so he better watch his back since it does not take much to get slapped with charges far more serious that have penalties more severe than a 162 game suspension.

  28. jmills February 9th, 2014 at 1:36 am

    Ok, I’ve go Morrow as my #1 if he holds together. Dickey is #2, and Buehlre follows. I like Juan Guzman after that, thank you kindly, sir.

  29. pete2 February 9th, 2014 at 1:37 am

    HankFlorida. Besides Ibanez for DH, there was and still is Kendry Morales, who would also be able to back up Tex at 1B.

    I am not so sure Cano will be the same player with the long term deal, but if he was the team is clearly better with him instead of Ellsbury.

    But that’s water under the bridge. They could still trade Gardner and sign Morales at DH, but then you lose your backup for Ellsbury who has been known to miss time and I like the defense Gardner will bring to LF.

    I like the team as is if they could sign Drew. They still have to have some luck on the injury front though to compete for the division

  30. Barry February 9th, 2014 at 1:43 am

    Jmills — I like Molitor too.

  31. Jerkface February 9th, 2014 at 1:53 am

    hankflorida……If The Yanks are healthy in 2014 believe the fact that they’ll hit far more than 150 long balls…..In fact they’ll be closer to 200 than they will be to 150 and they’ll be closer to 900 runs than the absurd 800 runs that Face posted…..The Yanks biggest issues and concerns are on the hill and not with the Sticks and not with the leather…..It’s their pitching that is suspect and needs many things to go right if they’re going to be a factor in the AL East / Wild Card…

    -
    Well I really doubt the lineup stays 100% healthy first of all. Second of all even in 2012 they hit 200 HRs and only scored 800 runs. So you’re surmising they will hit less than 200 HRs while scoring near 100 runs more than a likely better offense? Last years team hit 144 HRs and if you remove partial seasons and guys who are no longer on the team they will need to come up with 120 HRs just to make it back to the 144 they had last year.

    So not only would they need everyone to be healthy, but also good.

    20 for McCann, 25 for Soriano, 20 for Beltran, 30 for Teixeira, 8 for Gardner, 15 for Ellsbury, 20 for KJ, 10 for Jeter, 8 for Brian Roberts. Thats 156 and pretty optimistic for everyone to stay in the lineup the whole year when half of them could be injured or on the bench. Some in season pickups or guys we don’t know will play yet will definitely hit some HRs, but I’m not sure this lineup is going to be that potent.

    Some of these guys have power but don’t have good secondary hitting abilities. Guys like Kelly Johnson and Soriano. Brian Roberts is likely not a very good hitter at all. Where are all these extra runs going to come from to add the near 100 runs?

    Boston OPS’d near .800 as a team last year and scored 853 runs. That was with Ellsbury in the lineup of course. I don’t see our offense hitting .277/.349/.446 as a team with the infield as currently constructed.

  32. Pat M. February 9th, 2014 at 2:04 am

    20 dingers for McCann ??? 25 for Soriano ??? 20 for Beltran ??? 15 for Ellsbury ??? I think Kelly Johnson is going to hit 20. And when I saw healthy what I’m say is that the everyday guys have only 1 stint on the 15 day…..Forget last season as an example Face because it was a lost season and the only purpose to relook at it is to support your flawed predictions for 2014…..

  33. Jerkface February 9th, 2014 at 2:34 am

    I think over under 175 HRs for the team would be a good line to get peoples predictions on. I could see it going the other way. They aren’t going to be close to 900 runs though, that is a fantasy. In the past 4 seasons only the Red Sox have been close at 875.

    800 is a realistic runs amount.

  34. Jerkface February 9th, 2014 at 2:38 am

    I mean you said 800 runs is absurd? Here is where I have to question if you know how many runs good offenses have scored within the past 4 seasons and the make up of those teams. As I said, the 2012 Yankees scored 800 runs and they had a lot of good hitters and hit a lot of HRs.

  35. yankinvegas February 9th, 2014 at 2:41 am

    MLB is not the judicial system. They can blackball him, but they can’t take away his freedom.
    I love how the media guys always defend each other.
    The gripe with ESPN is that they have so any Red Sox fans and/or former players and current announcers on their staff.
    I remember a game a couple of years ago when Dave O’Brien (a RS radio announcer), Garciaparra and Schilling were in the booth with Berthiaume (a RS fanatic)and Alex Cora in the studio.
    Our players could have a found a cure for AIDS and we would have been ripped that night.
    Do you think that ESPN understands that just about as many people hate Boston as hate us?
    And we won’t even get started on Buck and McCarver or Rosenthal or Millar or Olney and the list just goes on and on and on

  36. Jerkface February 9th, 2014 at 3:33 am

    I think Chip usually puts out a bunch of over / unders in ST/near the start of the season so maybe he can include these:

    Over Under
    175 Home Runs
    800 Runs Scored

    The Yankees of the past 5 seasons
    144/650 .242 .307 .376 .683
    804/245 .265 .337 .453 .790
    867/222 .263 .343 .444 .788
    859/204 .267 .350 .436 .786
    915/244 .283 .362 .478 .839

  37. Andreatc February 9th, 2014 at 7:25 am

    Saw the play when it was in rehearsals and sadly enough – agree with the review, and I’ma die hard Yankees fan….

  38. RhapsodyInBlue February 9th, 2014 at 7:57 am

    AROD’s book?

    How can/would anyone believe a word coming from this man? He has zero credibility.

    The only book from him that would sell would be one naming names in baseball that we do not yet know and names like his friends on the Sox.

    Maybe a book where he is totally honest about himself, his usage, when it began, where accepts responsibility for his own behavior, his poor choices.

    Where he doesn’t blame others where he is not a victim.

    Never mind attacking Kaye, Lupica and Madden.

  39. TKR February 9th, 2014 at 8:01 am

    I’m getting a fuzzy feeling the NYY will make a move on S Drew

  40. TKR February 9th, 2014 at 8:03 am

    B’s put a beat down on the Ottawa Senators yesterday

  41. TKR February 9th, 2014 at 8:05 am

    175 Home Runs..under
    800 Runs Scored..under

  42. Ys Guy February 9th, 2014 at 8:09 am

    HA! red socks phobia!

    very amusing stories!

  43. joeman February 9th, 2014 at 8:10 am

    175 hrs should be able to get

    800 runs…hitting with RISP will be the key

  44. blake February 9th, 2014 at 8:12 am

    Ellsbury 15
    Jeter 8
    McCann 30
    Beltran 23
    Soriano 26
    Gardner 7
    Tex 28
    Drew 15
    Johnson 10
    Roberts 6

    Rest will hit lets say 10 comined

    My homer predictions. That’s 178 and a pretty optimistic outlook…..

  45. Cashmoney February 9th, 2014 at 8:18 am

    did I miss Yankee signing Drew?

  46. blake February 9th, 2014 at 8:33 am

    Cashmoney says:
    February 9, 2014 at 8:18 am
    did I miss Yankee signing Drew?

    Hey I’m just putting the best case scenario out there

  47. blake February 9th, 2014 at 8:35 am

    I think this team will score 800+ runs though tegaddless of the homers though….they should be able to create some runs other ways

  48. GregD February 9th, 2014 at 8:51 am

    blake February 9th, 2014 at 8:35 am
    I think this team will score 800+ runs though tegaddless of the homers though….they should be able to create some runs other ways
    ————–
    I agree they are going to raise Cain on the base paths

  49. MTU February 9th, 2014 at 8:54 am

    Good morning.

    As long as most of the key players stay healthy I have no concern over our O.

    It will score plenty of runs and be very dynamic.

    Baseball in 4 days.

    :)

  50. GregD February 9th, 2014 at 8:59 am

    MTU February 9th, 2014 at 8:54 am
    Good morning.

    As long as most of the key players stay healthy I have no concern over our O.

    It will score plenty of runs and be very dynamic.

    Baseball in 4 days.
    ——————-
    Yeah baby!!!!

  51. MTU February 9th, 2014 at 9:11 am

    New one ——–>

  52. JimK February 9th, 2014 at 11:34 am

    With the exception of Ellsbury and Tanaka, the Yankees signings this year are more in line with the additions they made during their late 90′s run; capable players to augment their established “ready for primetime” regulars. This was essentially the same strategy Boston used successfully last year.
    The main problem is, unlike the late 90′s teams, the current Y’s lack a core of established players at any key position; their remaining core players, Jeter and Teixeira are huge question marks and unless both players return to some semblance of their pre-injury status the Y’s have an offensively unproductive infield.
    The addition of McCann, Beltran, and retaining Soriano should help mitigate the loss of infield offensive production, but the Y’s have even more question marks in their starting rotation. Last season the RS had the same problem going into the season, but Lester rebounded from his 2012 season and Buchholz, despite being injured again, was dominant when he did pitch. The Y’s can only hope for a similar CC rebound and for Tanaka to live up to expectations. Both Nova and Kuroda are the remaining keys in their rotation; will Nova finally develop into a consistent SP? and were Kuroda’s final ineffective starts the result of fatigue or a true picture of a declining SP?
    As of now I am sticking with my original prediction of 88 wins, and although I doubt it, spring training may influence my decision to change that number.

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