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Game 149: Yankees at Blue Jays09.16.11

YANKEES (90-58)
Derek Jeter SS
Curtis Granderson CF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Robinson Cano 2B
Nick Swisher RF
Eric Chavez 3B
Jorge Posada DH
Russell Martin C
Brett Gardner LF

LHP CC Sabathia (19-8, 2.93)
Sabathia vs. Blue Jays

BLUE JAYS (75-74)
Mike McCoy SS
Eric Thames LF
Jose Bautista RF
Edwin Encarnacion DH
Adam Lind 1B
Brett Lawrie 3B
Colby Rasmus CF
J.P. Arencibia C
Kelly Johnson 2B

RHP Dustin McGowan (0-0, 9.00)
McGowan vs. Yankees

TIME/TV: 7:07 p.m., MY9

WEATHER: The dome opened about four hours ago. It’s a little chilly outside, but ultimately a perfectly nice night for a ball game. This roof will close if conditions take a turn for the worse.

UMPIRES: HP Jerry Meals, 1B CB Bucknor, 2B Dan Iassogna, 3B Dale Scott

NOT AN IDEAL OFF DAY: On Thursday, the Yankees had their first scheduled off day since August 22. They left Seattle at midnight and landed in Toronto at 6:55 a.m. By the time they got through customs and arrived at the team hotel, it was approximately 8:45 a.m. They don’t have another off day scheduled this season.

CLOSE CALLS: The Yankees have had seven of their past 10 games — including five games on this road trip — decided by one run. They are 20-22 in one-run contests this season, going 8-13 in such games on the road.

TOUGH SCHEDULE: The Yankees are in the midst of playing 33 games over the final 32 days of the season from August 28 to September 28. They’re playing on 31 of those days and have gone 12-7 thus far.

UPDATE, 7:19 p.m.: Looked like Cano never got a handle on the ball. No grip meant a bad throw, and the Yankees couldn’t turn the double play that would have ended the first inning without a run. Instead, it’s a 1-0 Blue Jays lead.

UPDATE, 7:24 p.m.: That’s a nice throw by Bautista, and Cano’s out trying to stretch a single to a double. Cano’s trouble really started with the fact Bautista played the bounce off the wall so perfectly.

UPDATE, 7:45 p.m.: You don’t see Gardner take third unless he’s certain he can get there. Without a hit, the Yankees now have Gardner at third with two outs (he walked, then stole second and third).

UPDATE, 8:08 p.m.: The Yankees twice managed to avoid grounding into double plays, and Nick Swisher was able to take advantage with a two-out RBI double that scored Cano from first base and tied the game at 1.

UPDATE, 8:11 p.m.: Chavez follows with his second homer of the year and it’s 3-1 Yankees

UPDATE, 8:19 p.m.: For whatever reason, seeing it live, I thought that ball went over Gardner’s glove. It obviously didn’t, and Gardner’s leaping catch at the way has ended a scoreless bottom of the fourth. Still a 3-1 Yankees lead.

UPDATE, 8:46 p.m.: Two-out three-run double by Adam Lind, and now Sabathia is back in trouble with runners at the corners and Colby Rasmus at the plate. It’s now a 4-3 Blue Jays lead in the fifth. Sabathia is already approaching 100 pitches.

UPDATE, 8:59 p.m.: Swisher again, this time with a two-out single to score Cano from second and tie the game at 4 in the sixth.

UPDATE, 9:12 p.m.: Sabathia has loaded the bases with two outs in the sixth, and his night is finished. No 20th win this time.

UPDATE, 9:59 p.m.: Soriano strikes out the side in the seventh, now Robertson has stranded the bases loaded in the eighth. Still tied at 4 heading into the ninth.

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Game 16: Yankees at Blue Jays04.20.11

YANKEES (9-6)
Derek Jeter SS
Nick Swisher RF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Robinson Cano 2B
Andruw Jones LF
Jorge Posada DH
Russell Martin C
Curtis Granderson CF

RHP Bartolo Colon (0-1, 3.97)
Colon vs. Blue Jays

BLUE JAYS (8-9)
Yunel Escobar SS
Corey Patterson CF
Jose Bautista RF
Adam Lind 1B
Edwin Encarnacion DH
J.P. Arencibia C
Travis Snider LF
Jayson Nix 2B
John McDonald 3B

LHP Brett Cecil (1-1, 6.19)
Cecil vs. Yankees

TIME/TV: 7:05 p.m., YES Network

WEATHER: Another rainy day in Toronto. One of the few times I’m happy to watch a game in a dome.

UMPIRES: HP Jim Wolf, 1B Derryl Cousins, 2B Jim Joyce, 3B Ron Kulpa

NOT FOUR OR MORE: According to Elias, the Yankees are the only Major League team that has yet to score as many as four runs in an inning. The streak of 131 innings without scoring four or more runs is the Yankees longest to begin a season since 1966 (139 innings), and it’s their longest streak at any point during one season since a stretch of 135 innings in May 2008.

STILL GOING DEEP: Despite their lack of huge innings, the Yankees still lead the majors in home runs and multi-homer games. They have hit more home runs through 15 games than any Yankees team in history, and they need two home runs tonight to match the franchise record for total home runs through 16 games.

CANO CAN GO: Right now, Robinson Cano has gone 10 straight games with a hit. It’s the Yankees longest hitting streak of the season and it’s tied for the fourth longest active Major League streak. He’s a career .319 hitter when batting fourth.

NO MO: According to the Yankees pregame notes, last night was the second time in his past 242 outings that Mariano Rivera allowed four or more hits. He had not allowed a run in April since April 30, 2009, a stretch of 19 scoreless April outings.

MINOR SETBACK FOR PRIOR: Mark Prior’s DL assignment in Scranton has nothing to do with his arm. It’s a minor groin injury and he’s not expected to miss much time.

UPDATE, 7:19 p.m.: Bartolo Colon has an early lead to work with. It’s 1-0 Yankees after they loaded the bases and got an RBI ground out in the top of the first.

UPDATE, 7:34 p.m.: Granderson just keeps hitting lefties. His RBI triple opened the door for a two-run second inning that has the Yankees in front 3-0. That a little bit of breathing room for Colon.

UPDATE, 8:26 p.m.: Two sac flies and the lead is up to 5-1 in the middle of the fifth. Colon looks a lot like the guy we saw this spring, and he’s at 53 pitches heading into the fifth. If the Yankees get six innings out of him, that should be more than enough for a guy making his first start.

UPDATE, 8:46 p.m.: Another weak ground ball by Jeter ends the top of the sixth, but Colon breezed through another strong bottom half. I still find it hard to believe Colon is on this team and pitching this well.

UPDATE, 9:18 p.m.: Robertson can’t strand every inherited runner. He allowed an RBI single before getting a strikeout to end the seventh inning. Colon’s night is finished and his line is complete: 6.2 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB and 7 K. He and Freddy Garcia have given the Yankees two of their best starts of the season.

UPDATE, 9:25 p.m.: Posada caught the warmup pitches between innings!

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Spring Training Game 23: Yankees vs. Blue Jays03.19.11

YANKEES (9-12-2)
Derek Jeter SS
Eduardo Nunez LF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Robinson Cano 2B
Jorge Posada DH
Andruw Jones RF
Austin Romine C
Melky Mesa CF

RHP Freddy Garcia (1-1, 4.70)
Garcia vs. Blue Jays

BLUE JAYS (11-9)
Corey Patterson CF
John McDonald SS
Jose Bautista 3B
Adam Lind 1B
Juan Rivera RF
Travis Snider LF
Jose Molina C
Eric Thames DH
Mike McCoy 2B

LHP Brett Cecil (0-1, 3.00)
Cecil vs. Yankees

TIME/TV: 1:05 p.m., YES Network

WEATHER: Another beautiful day, almost no wind. We’ve been lucky this spring with pretty consistent weather.

UMPIRES: HP Mark Wegner, 1B Eric Cooper, 2B Marty Foster, 3B Dan Iassogna

ON THE LINE: Freddy Garcia was knocked around in his previous start. This is his chance to bounce back and make his case that he should still be a favorite for the Yankees rotation. Also, Eduardo Nunez and Ramiro Pena are getting time in left field, and Austin Romine is getting a start in his first day back in camp.

OUT OF THE BULLPEN FOR THE YANKEES: RHP Mariano Rivera, LHP Manny Banuelos, RHP Mark Prior and RHP Luis Ayala. By the way, not suggesting he’ll break camp with the big league club, but Ayala seems to have made a good impression. Could get a mid-season look if a spot opens.

OUT OF THE BULLPEN FOR THE BLUE JAYS: RHP Carlos Villanueva and RHP Casey Janssen

KEVIN LAWN AWARD: INF Eduardo Nunez and RHP David Phelps will receive their Kevin Lawn awards today. The award goes to the Yankees minor league Player and Pitcher of the Year. Nunez hit .289 with 25 doubles and 23 stolen bases last season in Triple-A, Phelps had a 2.50 ERA with 141 strikeouts between Double-A and Triple-A.

MAKE IT FOUR IN A ROW: Alex Rodriguez has homered in his past three games.

UPDATE, 1:12 p.m.: There’s a 1-2-3 first inning for Garcia.

UPDATE, 1:18 p.m.: Alex Rodriguez’s two-out RBI single has given the Yankees a 1-0 lead, and extended Rodriguez’s hitting streak to 12 games. He has a hit in every game this spring.

UPDATE, 1:22 p.m.: Robinson Cano follows with his first spring home run, and it’s now 3-0 Yankees.

UPDATE, 2:10 p.m.: The fourth inning fell apart a little bit for Garcia. He’d faced the minimum with only one ball hit in the air, but he started the fourth with four straight batters reaching base, including a leadoff double. The Blue Jays scored three runs to tie the game at 3 heading into the bottom of the fourth.

By the way, Melky Mesa can cover some ground in center. Just made a nice running catch on a sac fly to the left-center gap.

UPDATE, 2:24 p.m.: Guess Nunez is pretty comfortable in left. He just made a nice running catch at the warning track for the last out of the fifth inning. Waiting with a high five as soon as he jogged off the field was Derek Jeter.

UPDATE, 2:42 p.m.: An RBI single by Posada has the Yankees in the lead 4-3, but the inning ended with Andruw Jones grounding into a double play with the bases loaded. Jones has been pretty bad this spring, though I’m not sure it matters.

UPDATE, 2:45 p.m.: Nunez didn’t look so good on that one. A leadoff double got over his head in the sixth.

UPDATE, 2:51 p.m.: Had Nunez caught that first fly ball, Garcia would have gotten through a 1-2-3 sixth inning, retiring the first nine batters and the last nine batters he faced this afternoon. Instead, the Nunez ball dropped for a double and Garcia allowed a massive two-out, two-run home run by David Cooper. He positively crushed it to right field and tis’ 5-4 Blue Jays.

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Game 159: Yankees at Blue Jays09.29.10

YANKEES (94-64)
Derek Jeter SS
Nick Swisher RF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Robinson Cano 2B
Marcus Thames DH
Austin Kearns LF
Francisco Cervelli C
Greg Golson CF

RHP Javier Vazquez (10-9, 5.07)
Vazquez vs. Blue Jays

BLUE JAYS (81-76)
Travis Snider LF
Yunel Escobar SS
Jose Bautista RF
Vernon Wells CF
Lyle Overbay 1B
Aaron Hill 2B
Adam Lind DH
John Buck C
John McDonald 3B

LHP Brett Cecil (14-7, 4.20)
Cecil vs. Yankees

TIME/TV: 7:07 p.m. / YES Network

UMPIRES: HP Jeff Kellog, 1B Larry Vanover, 2B Jeff Nelson, 3B Mark Carlson

WEATHER: The roof is actually open right now and it feels nice. A little chilly, but not too bad. This place is infinitely better when it’s open.

SEE YOU IN OCTOBER: The Yankees have secured their 49th postseason berth, the most of any franchise. This will be their 15th playoff appearance in the past 16 years. Tuesday was the latest the Yankees had clinched a spot since 2005, when they clinched on October 1.

HITS ARE OVERRATED: Last night the Yankees scored six runs without a single RBI hit. According to Elias, they are the second time to score six or more runs without a hit this season. The Mets did it against Florida in April. The biggest difference between the Yankees and the Mets: The Yankees won their game, the Mets lost theirs.

NUMBERS DON’T LIE: CC Sabathia’s win last night marked the 11th time in the past 20 years that a major league pitcher recorded 21 wins with a winning percentage of .750 or better and an ERA below 3.20. Eight of the previous 10 pitchers to do it won the Cy Young. The only exceptions were Curt Schilling in 2001 and Mike Hampton in 1999.

UPDATE, 7:38 p.m.: Starting a little late after the Cito Gaston tribute. The Blue Jays, by the way, have drawn mustaches on themselves in honor of their manager. It’s pretty hilarious.

UPDATE, 8:05 p.m.: Here’s Vazquez for his second inning of work after a rocky first inning that could have been much worse than one run. Before the game, Girardi said Vazquez could pitch his way onto the postseason roster. I have to think he could also pitch his way off it.

UPDATE, 8:11 p.m.: Two innings. Two Blue Jays home runs. It’s a 2-0 Toronto lead.

UPDATE, 8:34 p.m.: Double play gets Vazquez out of the third inning — one that started with a crazy catch by Joe Carter of all people — and it’s 3-0 Blue Jays. Vazquez has thrown 50 pitches.

UPDATE, 8:55 p.m.: Another run for Vazquez. The Yankees have had Albaladejo up in the bullpen. With a day off tomorrow, I wonder if they would pull Javy after just four innings. It’s already 4-0.

UPDATE, 9:25 p.m.: Alex Rodriguez just hit his 30th home run of the season, and the guy who caught it threw it back. The home run extended Rodriguez’s record of 14 seasons with at least 30 homers and 100 RBI. I’m not sure the ball was worth a ton, but it was probably worth something, and the guy who caught it must have been kicking himself when he saw the Blue Jays throw the ball into the Yankees dugout for safe keeping.

Meanwhile, the internet has been very hit-and-miss tonight, but Javier Vazquez might have thrown his last pitch of the season. He left after a three-run home run in the fifth. It’s now 7-1 Blue Jays.

UPDATE, 10:13 p.m.: Joba Chamberlain allowed an unearned run in the seventh and it’s now 8-3 Blue Jays. Rodriguez made his first error since July 17.

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Game 137: Yankees vs. Blue Jays09.05.10

YANKEES (86-50)
Brett Gardner LF
Derek Jeter SS
Mark Teixeira 1B
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Marcus Thames DH
Jorge Posada C
Curtis Granderson CF
Greg Golson RF
Ramiro Pena 2B

RHP Phil Hughes (16-6, 4.10)
Hughes vs. Blue Jays

BLUE JAYS (69-66)
DeWayne Wise RF
Aaron Hill 2B
Jose Bautista 3B
Vernon Wells CF
Lyle Overbay 1B
John Buck C
Adam Lind DH
John McDonald SS
Travis Snider LF

LHP Brett Cecil (11-7, 3.74)
Cecil vs. Yankees

TIME/TV: 1:05 p.m. / YES Network and TBS

UMPIRES: HP Fieldin Culbreth, 1B Jim Wolf, 2B Gary Cederstrom, 3B Ed Hickox

WEATHER: Temperatures in the mid-70s with nothing but sunshine in the sky. It’s a good day for the game.

ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL: The Yankees are 28-15 in series finales this season. They’ve won 13 of their past 15 finales. A win today would give them their second straight series sweep, and their seventh sweep of the season.

NOT EVERYDAY WINS: Ivan Nova and Javier Vazquez were pulled after 4.2 innings in the past two games, and the Yankees won both. According to Elias, the last team to win two consecutive games when its starter was removed with a lead after 4.2 innings was the 1961 Pirates. But I’m sure most everyone remembered that.

GOOD THAMES: Marcus Thames is rolling, and today he’s facing Blue Jays starter Brett Cecil. In his career, Thames is 3-for-6 with a home run and a double against Cecil. That’s a tiny sample size, but it’s also a .500 batting average with a 1.167 slugging percentage. Both of those extra-base hits came the last time the Yankees faced Cecil.

UPDATE, 1:15 p.m.: A couple of random Greg Golson observations: Apparently he recorded his intro at some point, because he just did the whole “Right field. No. 27. Greg Golson. No. 27″ routine during the video introductions. It wasn’t an in-house voice calling his name, it was an actual video of Golson. Second, during roll call, he did Swisher’s salute. The Creatures seemed to like it.

UPDATE, 1:16 p.m.: Putting guys away has occasionally been a problem for Phil Hughes, and it was an issue again on an 0-2 pitch that Vernon Wells just hit for a two-run homer.

UPDATE, 1:47 p.m.: Another 0-2 home run for the Yankees. This time it was Aaron Hill who took Hughes deep. This was a better pitch than the one to Wells in the first inning, but the result was the same. It’s now a 4-0 Toronto lead.

UPDATE, 1:56 p.m.: When Golson leads off with a hard-hit double and Pena follows with a bunt single, it’s a good time to take advantage. Up to the top of the order to get some runs in this inning and cut into the Blue Jays lead.

UPDATE, 2:05 p.m.: Sac fly from Brett Gardner scored Golson, but that’s all the Yankees could do in the bottom of the third. It’s a 4-1 game.

UPDATE, 2:26 p.m.: Not a bad throw from Golson, but it wasn’t quite in time and the Blue Jays added one more run on the sac fly. It’s 5-1 after the top of the fifth. Still no action in the Yankees bullpen.

UPDATE, 2:47 p.m.: Phil Hughes is through six innings, but he’s allowed another home run and it’s a 6-1 Blue Jays lead. Albaladejo is getting loose.

UPDATE, 3:00 p.m.: Posada doubled in a run, cutting the lead to 6-2. Now the Yankees are heading into the seventh with Sergio Mitre coming in to pitch.

UPDATE, 3:12 p.m.: Sergio Mitre just walked in a run. He hasn’t pitched since August 27, but it’s hard to excuse a bases-loaded walk.

UPDATE, 3:37 p.m.: I’m not sure one more run in the seventh inning would be considered chipping away, but the Yankees did cut the lead to 7-3. Red-hot Marcus Thames came to the plate with two on and two out, but he popped up to end it.

UPDATE, 3:50 p.m.: Not sure who’s going to play right field, but Nick Swisher is pinch hitting for Greg Golson here in the eighth. Maybe they’ve decided Swisher’s knee is good enough to play the field for one inning.

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Heading back to Canada08.23.10

Mariners Yankees Baseball

After taking five of seven at home, the Yankees are back on the road this week, making their first trip to Canada since the first weekend of June.

That was back when Toronto was still one of the surprisingly good teams in baseball. Alex Rodriguez was hurt on that trip, Chad Gaudin allowed a walk-off single and the Yankees lost two of three.

At this point, the Blue Jays have fallen off, but their pitching can still cause problems. The Yankees have to face Brett Cecil and Brandon Morrow on this trip. Those two combined for 15 IP, 9 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB and 13 K the last time the Yankees were in Toronto.

Some things to keep in mind.

• The Yankees beat up on Morrow the past two times they faced him in New York, but they got only one win out of it.

• Cecil has pitched very well against the Yankees twice this year, but this team has gotten much better against lefties. Austin Kearns is making a big difference, and when Cecil last pitched at Yankee Stadium, it was while Marcus Thames was on the disabled list.

• Ivan Nova could give the Yankees some rotation options for the final month of the season, and he might give them something to think about for next year. When I’ve seen him, Nova’s been at his best when he’s keeping the ball on the ground. That would certainly be true against a home run hitting team like the Blue Jays.

• Just a guess, but there’s a chance you’ll see both Ramiro Pena and Eduardo Nunez in the same lineup this series. Might be good to give Derek Jeter at least a DH day on that turf.

Associated Press photo of Nick Swisher

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Game 79: Yankees vs. Blue Jays07.02.10

YANKEES (48-30)
Derek Jeter SS
Nick Swisher RF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Robinson Cano 2B
Jorge Posada DH
Curtis Granderson CF
Francisco Cervelli C
Brett Gardner LF

RHP A.J. Burnett (6-7, 5.25)
Burnett vs. Blue Jays

BLUE JAYS (40-40)
Fred Lewis LF
Alex Gonzalez SS
Jose Bautista RF
Vernon Wells CF
Adam Lind DH
Aaron Hill 2B
Lyle Overbay 1B
John Buck C
Jarrett Hoffpauir 3B

LHP Brett Cecil (7-5, 4.39)
Cecil vs. Yankees

TIME/TV: 1:05 p.m. / YES Network

UMPIRES: HP Mark Wegner, 1B Dan Iassogna, 2B Dale Scott, 3B Jerry Meals

WEATHER: Hard to imagine a better day in the Bronx. Mid 70s. Sun shining. Light breeze blowing out to right.

TORONTO AGAIN: When A.J. Burnett got off to that awful month of June, it all started in Toronto. Now he’ll face his former teammates again, this time at Yankee Stadium. The current Blue Jays actually own only a .228 batting average against Burnett, but they’ve hit for power off him with a .505 team slugging percentage. That’s helped by Jose Bautista’s two home runs in two at-bats.

BOUNCING BACK: With yesterday’s win against Seattle, the Yankees are now 15-2 in games immediately following a shutout loss since the beginning of the 2008 season. They are 10-1 in their past 11 such games.

YOU’LL GET NOTHING: Speaking of shutout losses, the Yankees have been shutout four times this season, three of them in games Javier Vazquez started.

LUCKIEST MAN: In honor of the 71st anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s famous “Luckiest Man on Earth” speech, the Yankees are encouraging fans attending Sunday’s game — or watching on TV or listening on radio — to text ALS to 50555, which will send a one-time $5 donation to the ALS Association Greater New York Chapter.

UPDATE, 1:28 p.m.: A couple of walks and a sac fly by Alex Rodriguez have given A.J. Burnett and the Yankees an early 1-0 lead.

UPDATE, 1:51 p.m.: So far so good for A.J. Burnett. He’s gone through the lineup once without walking a batter and without allowing a hard-hit ball. Fastball command seems OK so far.

UPDATE, 1:55 p.m.: Of course, now Burnett has walked the first two batters of the third inning. Blame this inning on me. I should know better than to write about Burnett pitching well after two innings.

UPDATE, 2:02 p.m.: What do you know? Three straight outs got Burnett out of it and stranded the runners at second and third. Keeps the 1-0 lead intact.

UPDATE, 2:10 p.m.: Double steal for the Yankees, with Jeter taking third and Swisher taking second with no outs. Swisher seemed pumped. Teixeira then walked and the bases are now loaded for the suddenly power-hitting Alex Rodriguez.

UPDATE, 2:15 p.m.: Brutal. Rodriguez and Cano struck out, Posada grounded to second and the Yankees stranded the bases loaded. Hard to pick a better set of three hitters in that situation, just didn’t get it done this time.

UPDATE, 3:00 p.m.: Six scoreless innings from Burnett. Clearly Dave Eiland is a genius.

UPDATE, 3:30 p.m.: That ball was either going out of the park or off the top of the wall for a double. There was no best-case scenario, there was only the hope that Gardner could get there. And he did. Great catch that might have saved the game.

UPDATE, 3:37 p.m.: It took eight innings for Bad A.J. to show up. And when he did, he was dressed as Joba Chamberlain. Blue Jays have tied the game on a walk and a pair of two-out singles.

UPDATE, 4:36 p.m.: Dave Robertson tries to give the Yankees two innings of work and allows a bases-loaded single to put the Blue Jays in the lead 2-1. If Alfredo Aceves were healthy or Chan Ho Park were reliable, you have to wonder whether Robertson would possibly have been used in this situation.

UPDATE, 4:48 p.m.: Bases-loaded walk and a three-run triple. The exodus has begun. Dave Robertson’s ERA takes a beating and the Yankees are now trailing 6-1.

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