October 2013

Jerseys of the Rattlers – Sleeveless

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers have worn many jerseys since 1995.  There have been throwbacks, pinks, camouflage, batting practice, sleeveless, the regular ones that were worn for most games, and a few that you may have forgotten.  This feature is to take a look at those jerseys.

The 1998 season was the fourth year of baseball at Fox Cities Stadium.  The Timber Rattlers were looking for a new look and their three-year old pinstripes were on their last legs.  The call went out:  Give us new jerseys…and forget the sleeves!

And boy did they.  The designers took a page out of the old Reds jerseys from the Ted Kluszewski days:

Ted does not need sleeves.

Ted tried wearing sleeves once.  The sleeves ran away.  Had there been an internet during Ted’s playing days there would have been a Ted Kluszewski Facts website.

and this is what they came up with for the Timber Rattlers:

BEHOLD! Sleeveless!

BEHOLD! Sleeveless!

Let’s take a closer look at the logo. Notice anything, um, wrong?

And by wrong I mean...illegal?

And by wrong I mean…illegal?

Official Baseball Rules – Rule 1.11 (e) No part of the uniform shall include a pattern that imitates or suggests the shape of a baseball.

The Timber Rattlers wore these jerseys for FIVE years! No one caught it…or thought of a suitable penalty.

Not illegal, but definitely a crime against something the way TIMBER is just placed on the chest of the road jersey…

Is that cellophane tape?

Is that cellophane tape?

The unusual thing about the road jerseys from this era was the lack of “Wisconsin” on the road jersey.  Usually, the home jersey has the nickname and the road jersey has where the team is located.  That’s just…weird.

The American flag patch was put on the back of the jerseys for the 2002 season.

They sewed this on right.

At least they sewed this on right.

Shin-Soo Choo preferred the short-sleeved undershirt with the sleeveless jersey.

Choo's '02 home jersey.

Choo’s ’02 home jersey.

Gil Meche preferred the long-sleeved undershirt with the sleeveless jersey…and…apparently…a mock turtleneck, too.

As long as they wore an undershirt does it really matter if it was long-sleeved or short-sleeved?

As long as they wore an undershirt, does it really matter if it was long-sleeved or short-sleeved?

The sleeveless Rattlers jersey was foreshadowing for Meche. As you can see – maybe – in the side-by-side cards in his display case, the Seattle Mariners also went to sleeveless:

Still not a good look.  Even in the major leagues.

Still not a good look. Even in the major leagues.

Past Posts on Jerseys:

2006 Throwbacks

2007 Throwbacks

2008 Throwbacks

BP Tops 2004-2009

Pinstripes and BP Tops of 1995-1997

Wild Card Wednesday – New York Yankees

The New York Yankees are the most storied franchise in baseball history.  Just ask them.  The 2013 World Series may not seem like the World Series without them, so – with Game Six scheduled for tonight in Boston – here is a look at some of my favorite Yankee cards in my collection.

One thing that you can say about the Yankees: They have a classic uniform and they do not mess around with it.

I call this first entry: HE played for the Yankees?!

Luis Tiant? Noooooooo!

Luis Tiant? Noooooooo!

This next entry includes team photos from 1978 and 1980 in the top row, some cool Yankees in the middle row, and future managers in the bottom row:

Gaylord Perry was awesome.

Billy Martin didn’t last the season in 1978. Dick Howser managed the Yankees for one game in 1978 and the entire season in 1980.  That was all he could take.

Next are three players over two different seasons.

See. Tommy John was a player...he's not just a surgery.

See. Tommy John was a player…he’s not just a surgery.

The bottom row of Dent, Lyle, & May are all former Foxes.

The George "Doc" Medich card is fro 1975.  The back notes that he started 38 games and tossed 17 complete games in 1974.

The George “Doc” Medich card is from 1975. The back notes that he started 38 games and tossed 17 complete games in 1974.

The Yankees were really, really good from1976 through 1981.  Two of the reasons would be the two guys in this series of cards.

I don't think Reggie made contact in that 1978 card.

I don’t think Reggie made contact in that 1978 card.

I call this one…Fred Stanley was my favorite player?  Really?

Craig Nettles cards were cool.

Craig Nettles cards were cool.

Apologies for no Tater Tuesday yesterday.  Things got a little busy with the announcement of Matt Erickson’s return to the team and a few other things.  I’ll try to come up with something special for next week’s entry.

Past Wild Card Wednesdays:

New York Mets

Seattle Mariners

Toronto Blue Jays

Montreal Expos

Pittsburgh Pirates

Rattler Alumni Report – Through Winter League games of October 27, 2013

David Ortiz is off to a hot start for Boston in the World Series. The Winter Leagues in the Caribbean are in full swing and so are some of the Rattlers alumni. Plus, Jason Rogers with a two-homer week in the Arizona Fall League….Let’s take a look at all of the alumni.

David Ortiz slides in with Boston's first run in Game Four.  (Photo Credit: Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

David Ortiz slides in with Boston’s first run in Game Four. (Photo Credit: Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

MLB PLAYOFFS:
BOSTON:
David Ortiz:
ALDS v. TB: 4 games; 5-for-13, 2HR, 3RBI, 5 BBs
ALCS v. DET: 6 games; 2-for-22, HR, 4 RBI
WS v. STL: 4 games; 8-for-11, 2HR, 5RBI, 4 BBs

Jason Rogers as a Timber Rattler in 2011. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Jason Rogers as a Timber Rattler in 2011. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (10-6):
Mitch Haniger:  14 games; .315/.397/.500; 2HR, 13 RBI
Jason Rogers: 10 games; .367/.500/.633; 2HR, 6RBI
Tyler Cravy: 6 games; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 9.1IP; 4BB, 8K, 0.86 WHIP
David Goforth: 6 games; 1-0, 2 Saves, 1.59 ERA; 5.2IP; 2BB, 6K, 0.88 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 6 games; 1-1, 4.50 ERA; 6.0IP; 3BB, 8K, 1.67 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (5-10):
Renee Cortez: 6 games; 0-0, 6.75 ERA; 8.0IP; 6BB, 6K, 2.00 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (4-11):
Oswaldo Navarro: 12 games; .324/.375/.541; 2HR, 10RBI
Jose Escalona: 6 games, 1 start; 0-0, 5.19 ERA; 8.2IP; 3BB, 6K, 1.62 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 5 games; 1-0, 4.50 ERA; 2.0IP; BB, 0K, 2.50 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(10-6):
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (11-5):
Carlos Maldonado: 10 games; .233/.385/.267; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (8-6):
Kalian Sams: 12 games; .233/.353/.535; 3HR, 8RBI

Tomateros de Culican (6-8):
Alex Liddi: 14 games; .264/.310/.396; HR, 6RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (6-1):
Edward Paredes: 2 games; 0-0, *.**; 0.0IP; 0BB, 0K, *.** WHIP
Juan Sandoval: 4 games; 0-0, 3.00 ERA; 3.0IP; 0BB, 2K, 1.67 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (3-5):
Juan Diaz: 7 games; .278/.381/.278; 0HR, 2RBI

Gigantes del Cibao (3-4):
Carlos Peguero: 1 game; .400/.400/.400; 0HR, RBI

Tigres del Licey (2-1):
Sean Halton: 7 games; .375/.467/.708; HR, 6RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 4 games; .143/.333/.143; 0HR, 0RBI

Flashback Friday – Supplement for October 25, 2013

The article on the 1969 tie-breaker game is on the main website.  This post has a few photos and the boxscore from the game.

First up is the uncropped photo that was used for the main article.  Someone had “00″ for a number!

1969 Celebration

Next up is a photo of Ken Hottman, the man who hit the home run in the bottom of the sixteenth to win the game!

Ken Hottman

Manager Tom Saffell was not spared the champagne shower:

Tom Saffell

And here’s the boxscore:

July 16 1969 Boxscore

Jerseys of the Rattlers – 1996

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers have worn many jerseys since 1995.  There have been throwbacks, pinks, camouflage, batting practice, sleeveless, the regular ones that were worn for most games, and a few that you may have forgotten.  This feature is to take a look at those jerseys.

Since David Ortiz hit a home run in Game One of the World Series last night, here’s a look at the 1996 season.  That would be the year Ortiz played – as David Arias – for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.

There aren’t a lot of pictures of the 1996 team in our archives.  So, I went to the baseball cards of that year.  Fortunately, there were a couple of players that wore their BP tops and others that wore the home pinstripes for their cards.  Let’s take a look.

First up, the BP Tops.  All Black with the team logo in a BIG CIRCLE!

These are outstanding.

These are outstanding.

Here are a sheet of cards featuring the home jerseys.  The patch on the left sleeve is the All-Star Game Logo.  The Timber Rattlers hosted that game in 1996.  You can best make out the logo on the cards of Theodoro Medrano, Joel Ramirez, and Chad Sheffer.

Ridiculous fake pose up there in the Joel Ramirez card.

Ridiculous fake pose up there in the Joel Ramirez card.

This sheet of cards was selected to show off the poses of the players over the uniforms.  My favorite is the Chad Soden card.  He’s still holding on to the baseball.  Had he been throwing that baseball it would have hit the dirt right around his plant foot.

None of the baseballs in these cards were ever thrown.

None of the baseballs in these cards were ever thrown.

Here’s Big Papi as a Timber Rattler:

He can play first.  See!

He can play first. See!

I only chose this last card for the perfect juxtaposition between baseball cards and minor league baseball.  Jon Vanof on an ATV:

John Vanof. On an ATV!

John Vanof. On an ATV!

Past Posts on Jerseys:

2006 Throwbacks

2007 Throwbacks

2008 Throwbacks

BP Tops 2004-2009

Wild Card Wednesday – Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates may not have made the World Series this season, but they were an exciting team to watch.  This week, a look back at my collection of Pirates cards.  They document some of the best players in Pirates history ( that I have in my car collection).  They also document some of the WORST uniforms ever…ever.

Dave Parker and Don Robinson through the years.

Those first two Don Robinson cards. No. Seriously.  That's what the Pirates wore!

Those first two Don Robinson cards. No. Seriously. That’s what the Pirates wore!

A series of the fastest runner, the nastiest pitcher, and the ottiest catcher the Pirates ever had.

Ed Ott.

How much of a head start would Ed Ott need to beat Omar Moreno in a footrace?

Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven ROCKING the all gold!  One card proves that Tim Foli and Joel Youngblood are not the same person.  A bottom row of future Major League managers and…HOLY BUCO!….Sid Bream was a Pirate!!!

And two more Mario Mendoza cards.

And two more Mario Mendoza cards.

On the right is the 1975 team card.  On the left is the 1978 card.  The uniform choice shows you how far society can fall in just three short years.  From the prospect cards: Dorian Boyland played both baseball and basketball at UW-Oshkosh and Vance Law was once considered a top prospect.

Chuck Tanner, professional manager.

Chuck Tanner, professional manager.

Rick Rhoden is thinking about two things: His mustache and his golf game.

It angers me that - in all the years of collecting cards - I only picked up two Willy Stargell cards.

It angers me that – in all the years of collecting cards – I only picked up two Willie Stargell cards.

The amazing thing about the pinstripes uniform is that it does actually make Kent Tekulve look thinner.

Al Oliver. Manny Sanguillen.

Al Oliver. Manny Sanguillen. Two of my favorites.

In closing….This is what young baseball players of the 80′s had to look up to in a fashion sense.

Is that...a...windbreaker?

Is that…a…windbreaker?

No really.

Past Wild Card Wednesdays:

New York Mets

Seattle Mariners

Toronto Blue Jays

Montreal Expos

Tater Tuesday – 2012 Postseason Homers

Welcome to Tater Tuesday on the blog. Each week I’ll take a look at home runs or – as the Great George Scott called them – taters. Usually, this will be home runs by a Timber Rattlers player….But, not this week.

Since the World Series starts tomorrow with Game One at Fenway Park between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals, this week we will take a look at the home runs hit by the Timber Rattlers during their 2012 postseason.

Brandon Macias greets Nick Ramirez at the plate after a home run against Clinton on September 9, 2012. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Brandon Macias greets Nick Ramirez at the plate after a home run against Clinton on September 9, 2012. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

HR #1
Timber Rattler: Ben McMahan
Date: September 7
Opponent: Burlington Bees
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Drew Granier
Inning: Bottom of the 4th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 0, Burlington 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 1, Burlington 0
Note: Game Three of the first round series

HR #2
Timber Rattler: Nick Ramirez
Date: September 7
Opponent: Burlington Bees
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Drew Granier
Inning: Bottom of the 4th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 1, Burlington 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Burlington 0
Note: Ramirez followed McMahan’s homer with one of his own.

HR #3
Timber Rattler: Yadiel Rivera
Date: September 8
Opponent: Clinton LumberKings
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Rusty Shellhorn
Inning: Top of the 4th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Clinton 1, Wisconsin 0
Type: 3-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 3, Clinton 1
Note: Game one of the Western Division Finals

HR #4
Timber Rattler: Mike Garza
Date: September 8
Opponent: Clinton LumberKings
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Rusty Shellhorn
Inning: Top of the 4th
Outs: 1
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 3, Clinton 1
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 4, Clinton 1
Note: Garza and Rivera went back-to-back to put the Rattlers in front to stay in this game.

HR #5
Timber Rattler: Nick Ramirez
Date: September 9
Opponent: Clinton LumberKings
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Seon-Gi Kim
Inning: Bottom of the 1st
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Clinton 2, Wisconsin 0
Type: 2-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Clinton 2
Note: Home Run #2 for Ramirez and it tied Game two of the Western Finals 2-2.

HR #6
Timber Rattler: Nick Ramirez
Date: September 13
Opponent: Fort Wayne TinCaps
Home or Away: Home
Opposing Pitcher: Colin Rea
Inning: Bottom of the 4th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Fort Wayne 1, Wisconsin 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 1, Fort Wayne 1
Note: The Rattlers would lose Game Two of the Championship Series 5-1.  This is the only post season game in which they homered that Wisconsin lost.

HR #7
Timber Rattler: Nick Ramirez
Date: September 15
Opponent: Fort Wayne TinCaps
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Frank Garces
Inning: Top of the 4th
Outs: 0
Score Before Homer: Fort Wayne 3, Wisconsin 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Fort Wayne 3, Wisconsin 1
Note: This was a leadoff homer in the 4th inning for Ramirez.  This was also his fourth home run of the 2012 postseason.

HR #8
Timber Rattler: Brandon Macias
Date: September 15
Opponent: Fort Wayne TinCaps
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: Cody Hebner
Inning: Top of the 4th
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Fort Wayne 3, Wisconsin 2
Type: 3-run
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 5, Fort Wayne 3
Note: In my mind, this was the biggest home run of that post season for the Rattlers.  Hebner had just entered the game as a reliever, Macias crushed this tater, and the Rattlers went on to win Game Three 10-8.

HR #9
Timber Rattler: Max Walla
Date: September 16
Opponent: Fort Wayne TinCaps
Home or Away: Away
Opposing Pitcher: James Needy
Inning: Top of the 2nd
Outs: 2
Score Before Homer: Wisconsin 1, Fort Wayne 0
Type: Solo
Score After Homer: Wisconsin 2, Fort Wayne 0
Note: Speaking of “crushed”…Walla’s homer was way out to right field and the Rattlers had the lead.  Fort Wayne did come back to tie the game, but Wisconsin won Game Four on a two-run double by Ramirez in the seventh inning and the Wisconsin held on for the 4-2 win to clinch the pennant.

NOTE:
The Timber Rattlers pitching staff only allowed four homers in 81 innings pitched during that postseason run.

Tater Tuesday Archives:
Wladimir Balentien – 2004

George Scott – 1975

Matt Hagen – 2003

Khris Davis – 2010

Ron Garth – 2006-2008

Rattler Alumni Report – Through Winter League Games of October 20, 2013

The Dominican Winter League started over the weekend so we add them to the roll this week.  Sean Halton (’10) is playing for Licey in the DWL and is off to a good start over the first three games.

Sean Halton takes a swing for the Timber Rattlers in 2010. (Photo Credit: Sean Halton)

Sean Halton takes a swing for the Timber Rattlers in 2010. (Photo Credit: Sean Halton)

Also, David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox are moving on to the World Series that starts on Wednesday.

MLB PLAYOFFS:
BOSTON:
David Ortiz:
ALDS v. TB: 4 games; 5-for-13, 2HR, 3RBI, 5 BBs
ALCS v. DET: 6 games; 2-for-22, HR, 4 RBI

Mitch Haniger is playing really well to start the Arizona Fall League:

While Mitch Haniger, the Brewers’ No. 12 prospect, may be just 10 games into the Arizona Fall League season, he’s already made his presence felt in the middle of Surprise’s lineup.

That was never more obvious than in Saturday’s 7-0 win over Glendale. Haniger, who was recently honored as Co-Player of the Week, belted a three-run shot in the top of the first inning, allowing Surprise to cruise to an easy victory.

What made the center fielder’s at-bat against starter Trevor May even more impressive was his ability to battle back from an 0-2 hole.

“I was really able to see all of the pitches he had in that at-bat and really work the count before hitting the home run,” said Haniger.

In just 33 at-bats so far this season, he is hitting .394 with two home runs and 12 RBIs, a staggering pace for this early in the season.

“I’m feeling really good about how I’m swinging the bat right now. Any time you are in this zone, you see the ball better,” Haniger said. “I know for me, everything seems slower.”

Click the link above the block quote for the whole story.

Mitch Haniger with the Timber Rattlers in 2013. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

Mitch Haniger with the Timber Rattlers in 2013. (Photo Credit: Ann Mollica)

To the rest of the STATS!

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (6-4):
Mitch Haniger: 9 games; .394/.475/.667; 2HR, 12 RBI
Jason Rogers: 7 games; .278/.435/.333; 0HR, 3RBI
Tyler Cravy: 4 games; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 5.1IP; 3BB, 2K, 0.94 WHIP
David Goforth: 4 games; 1-0, 0.00 ERA; 3.2IP; BB, 4K, 0.27 WHIP
Kevin Shackelford: 4 games; 0-1, 6.75 ERA; 4.0IP; 3BB, 5K, 2.00 WHIP

Venezuela:
Bravos de Margarita (2-8):
Renee Cortez: 4 games; 0-0, 6.35 ERA; 5.2IP; 5BB, 3K, 2.12 WHIP

Cardenales de Lara (3-6):
Oswaldo Navarro: 6 games; .214/.214/.214; 0HR, 2RBI
Jose Escalona: 3 games, 1 start; 0-0, 2.84 ERA; 6.1IP; 2BB, 5K, 1.29 WHIP
Jose Jimenez: 4 games; 1-0, 9.00 ERA; 1.0IP; BB, 0K, 4.00 WHIP

Leones del Caracas(6-4):
Juan Ovalles: 2 games; 0-0, 27.00 ERA; 0.1IP; 0BB, 0K, 9.00 WHIP

Navagantes del Magallanes (7-3):
Carlos Maldonado: 8 games; .269/.412/.308; 0HR, 4RBI

Mexico:
Algodoneros de Guasave (5-3):
Kalian Sams: 6 games; .240/.240/.600; 2HR, 5RBI

Tomateros de Culican (4-4):
ALex Liddi: 8 games; .233/.314/.367; HR, 4RBI

Dominican Republic:
Aguilas Cibaenas (2-0):
Juan Sandoval: 1 game; 0-0, 0.00 ERA; 1.0IP; 0BB, 0K, 1.00 WHIP

Estrellas de Oriente (2-0):
Juan Diaz: 2 games; .167/.286/.167; 0HR, 0RBI

Tigres del Licey (2-1):
Sean Halton: 3 games; .444/.500/.778; 0HR, RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 2 games; 0-for-3; 0HR, 0RBI

Flashback Friday Supplement – 1969 Foxes Bus photo

If you caught today’s Flashback Friday on the Timber Rattlers website, you saw a cropped photo of the 1969 Appleton Foxes.  They are posing before heading out on their final road trip of the season.

Here’s that whole photo  – with the caption to identify all the people. 

Click for the full size photo. (Post-Crescent Photo)

Click for the full size photo. (Post-Crescent Photo)

My only wishes are that it would be to have the color photo….And to see if we could get the Timber Rattlers players and coaches of 2014 to wear matching outfits on a bus ride.

Jerseys of the Rattlers – BP Tops of 2004 through 2009

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers have worn many jerseys since 1995.  There have been throwbacks, pinks, camouflage, batting practice, sleeveless, the regular ones that were worn for most games, and a few that you may have forgotten.  This feature is to take a look at those jerseys.

This week I thought it would be a nice idea to look at a jersey worn by players over several seasons instead of a jersey that was worn just once or on just one day of the week.

The featured jersey this week is the Batting Practice Jerseys worn by the team from 2004 through 2009.

Batting practice jerseys are, by the very definition, jerseys that are to be worn during batting practice.  However, that does not stop teams from deciding to wear those jerseys during games.  Sometimes, a team will wear the BP tops for a game when they don’t take batting practice to save on laundry.  Sometimes, a team will wear the BP tops to try to shake things up.  Sometimes, a team wants to wear the BP tops because they are cool.

The players definitely thought these black beauties were cool.

The 2004 Timber Rattlers were the first team to wear those jerseys and a few guys chose to wear them on baseball card day:

I took that photo of Kenly Chang. That could not be a worse posed throw of a baseball.  Sorry, Kenly.

I took that photo of Kenly Chang. That could not be a worse posed throw of a baseball. Sorry, Kenly.

Those jerseys made a return for 2005:

Handshake line in '05

Handshake line in ’05

Matt Tuisasosopo rounds third and heads for home.

Matt Tuisasosopo rounds third and heads for home.

The 2006 Rattlers kept making the Men in Black look stylish:

Austin Bibens-Dirkx makes a pitch in 2006.

Austin Bibens-Dirkx makes a pitch in 2006.

Nice dugout shot

Nice dugout shot

The Batboys got them, too.

The Batboys got them, too.

Those jerseys make you want to high-five!

Those jerseys make you want to high-five!

The 2007 team kept the tradition of style and even more players wore them on Baseball Card day!

Ougi Diaz, everyone!  Ougi Diaz!

Ougi Diaz, everyone! Ougi Diaz!

The black BP tops made it to the final season of the affiliation with the Mariners in 2008. The players even wore them out into the community for appearances at Camp Hope:

Camp Hope 017

Camp Hope 004

Yes. Brett Lawrie wore the Black BP top, too.

Yes. Brett Lawrie wore the Black BP top, too.

That guy on the mound? Wily Peralta.

That guy on the mound? Wily Peralta.

The Black BP Tops were retired after the 2009 season. There are still three available in the Team Store. No. Really.

Past Posts on Jerseys:

2006 Throwbacks

2007 Throwbacks

2008 Throwbacks

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