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Bisons win in the ninth

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

A double to left field by Moises Sierra with two outs in the bottom of the ninth gave the Buffalo Bisons a 7-6 win over the Columbus Clippers in front of 11,180 at Coca-Cola Field Thursday afternoon.

The Clippers had taken a 6-3 lead into the final inning but the Herd slowly built into its rally. Clint Robinson drew a lead off walk and back-to-back singles from Mike McCoy and Anthony Gose loaded the bases with no outs.

Mike Nickeas singled to score one run then a sacrifice to center by Kevin Pillar scored another. 

Ryan Goins stepped to the plate and helped move runners into scoring position, though it won't show up on the stat sheet. Goins asked for time from the home plate umpire but it wasn't granted. He stepped out of the box anyway. It confused relief pitcher Nick Hagdone who threw the ball to the backstop allowing the runners to move to second and third.

Goins struck out bringing up Sierra, who had already struck out in all four of his previous at bats. This time, with the outfield playing shallow, he drilled a shot off the left field wall. Scored a double it brought in two runs for the walk-off win.

The Bisons begin an eight-game road trip starting with a four-game series at Toledo. Chien-Ming Wang (5-6, 2.63 ERA) is scheduled to start for the Bisons against lefty Ramon Garcia (3-8, 6.51 ERA). The game begins at 7 p.m. (Radio 1520).

Negrych moves to DL

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Infielder Jim Negrych was placed on the Buffalo Bisons disabled list this morning before the Herd's homestand finale against the Columbus Clippers (1:05 p.m., Radio 1520).

While Negrych went on the DL, Luis Jimenez came off. The slugger was sidelined with tendinitis in his knee since July 5 and missed 17 games. Jimenez leads the Herd in batting average (.307) and slugging percentage (.545).

Negrych, an IL All Start, is hitting .305 and leads the team in hits (91) and doubles (25).

The Playoff Picture: The Herd is 4 1/2 games if IL North Division leader Pawtucket and 1 1/2 games back of Norfolk and Rochester for the IL Wild Card spot. Buffalo has 45 games left in the season with the final 36 against IL North Division opponents.

Wagner Remains The Same: Neil Wagner picked up his 14th save in 14 opportunities for the Herd on Wednesday night. He has not allowed a run in his last 18 appearances with the Herd.

Germano gets the start: Justin Germano makes his team-leading 18th start. He leads the team in quality starts  with nine and innings pitched (108).

Today's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar -- LF
Ryan Goins -- SS
Moises Sierra -- RF
Mauro Gomez -- DH
Andy LaRoche -- 3B
Clint Robinson -- 1B
Mike McCoy -- 2B
Anthony Gose -- CF
Mike Nickeas -- C 

Dice-K takes the mound against the Herd

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Former Boston Red Sox ace Daisuke Matsuzaka will take the mound for the Columbus Clippers when they face the Buffalo Bisons at Coca-Cola Field tonight (7:05 p.m., TWCSC, Radio 1520).

Matsuzaka, who won 15 games with Boston in 2007 and 18 in 2008, signed with Cleveland as a minor league free agent in February. He released from that contract in March and signed to a new deal. He spent all of spring training in Major League camp before being assigned to Columbus.

He made five starts before being placed on the Clippers' disabled list with an oblique strain on April 29, returning to the rotation on June 6.

In 13 starts, Dice-K is 2-5 with a 4.26 ERA and three quality starts.

The Herd counters with Thad Weber (3-4, 2.65 ERA) who is coming off a rough outing on July 18 against Toledo when he gave up three earned runs on six hits and four walks over five innings in a 4-2 loss.

Good relief: Since July 9, the Bisons' bullpen has posted a 1.19 ERA in 42 1/3 innings of work. Buffalo relievers have combined for 49 strikeouts while giving up just 30 hits.

Tonight's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar -- CF
Munenori Kawasaki -- 2B
Moises Sierra -- LF
Mauro Gomez -- 1B
Jim Negrych -- DH
Sean Ochinko -- C
Ryan Goins -- SS
Mike McCoy -- 3B
Anthony Gose -- RF 

 

J.A. Happ gets start in Buffalo

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ will start for the Buffalo Bisons tonight, continuing his Major League Rehabilitation assignment.

The target is for 70-75 pitches for Happ with the also rehabbing Sergio Santos (right triceps strain) likely to pitch an inning in relief.

Happ has a been on the disabled list since May 8 after he was hit with a line drive in a game at Tampa Bay on May 7. He has made two rehab starts and in eight combined innings has not allowed an earned run. He has given up two unearned runs on seven hits with seven strikeouts.

Danny Salazar starts for the Clippers: While the interest is high in Happ, also of note for tonight's game at Coca-Cola Field is the start of Salazar for Columbus. On July 11, he made his Major League debut with Cleveland against, wait for it, Toronto. He took a no-hitter into the sixth inning in that game and struck out the side in the second as the Indians won, 4-2. He was optioned back to Columbus the next day.

Bisons Notes: Mauro Gomez remains tied with Gwinnett's Ernesto Mejia for the home run lead in the International League. Both sluggers have 26 homers this season. .. Kevin Pillar has reached base in 28 of his 29 games with the Bisons. ... Munenori Kawasaki has played nine games for the Bisons this year and has reached base 14 times. He has seven hits and seven walks for a .483 on-base percentage. 

Tonight's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar -- CF
Munenori Kawasaki -- SS
Moises Sierra -- RF
Mauro Gomez -- DH
Clint Robinson -- 1B
Andy LaRoche -- 3B
Ryan Goins -- 2B
Sean Ochinko -- C
Anthony Gose -- LF 

 

Romero makes his 13th start

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Ricky Romero is back from a brief illness and scheduled to start for the Bisons as they open a four-game series with the Columbus Clippers tonight (7 p.m., Radio 1520).

Romero has six quality starts in his last seven outings and has won two straight. In his last start on July 14, he tossed a season-high eight innings giving up one run on four hits.

Happ to start on Tuesday: J.A. Happ will make his Bisons debut Tuesday night as he continues his Major League Rehabilitation. Happ has been on the Toronto Blue Jays disabled list since May 8 after being hit in the head by a line drive in a game in Tampa Bay the night before. The lefty was 2-2 with a 4.91 ERA in seven starts with the Blue Jays before the injury.

Sierra, Wagner return: Moises Sierra is back in the Bisons lineup today. The outfielder missed 15 games on the disabled list with a hamstring injury. With the Herd this season, he has hit .264 with 26 extra-base hits while driving in 30 runs. Neil Wagner has been activated to the team's roster after being optioned to Buffalo. He was with Toronto since May 29.

Vargas, Velez released: The Bisons released right-handed pitcher Claudio Vargas and outfielder Eugenio Velez from their contracts on Monday.

Tonight's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar -- LF
Munenori Kawaskai -- 2B
Moises Sierra -- RF
Mauro Gomez -- 1B
Jim Negrych -- DH
Andy LaRoche -- 3B
Ryan Goins -- SS
Anthony Gose -- CF
Mike Nickeas -- C 

 

Bisons rally falls short

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

The Buffalo Bisons had the bases loaded with no outs in the ninth inning, but the Herd could only get one across, dropping a 7-6 decision to the Toledo Mud Hens in front of 9,102 at Coca-Cola Field Sunday afternoon.

Toledo had taken a 7-5 lead in the seventh inning. In the ninth, Anthony Gose led off with a single followed by a double from Kevin Pillar and a walk drawn by Munenori Kawasaki.

Mauro Gomez singled to shallow left to score Gose, but Jim Negrych struck out and Andy LaRoche hit into a double play.

The Bisons got a three-run home run from Ryan Goins in the fourth. Gomez had two RBI, driving in run sin the first and fifth on ground outs.

Chien-Ming Wang (5-6) took the loss. Of his six runs, only four were earned, while he gave up nien hits with four strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings of work.

The Herd begins a four-game series with Columbus on Monday at 7:05 p.m.

Video: Pirates in the playoffs? Plus some raving about PNC Park

Watch other segments from this week's "Bucky & Sully Show" here, with Mike Harrington filling in for Bucky Gleason.

Wagner heads back to Buffalo; Happ to rehab on Tuesday

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Welcome to a Sunday morning filled with roster moves.

We start with outfielder Melky Cabrera who was activated by the Toronto Blue Jays off his Major League rehabilitation assignment with the Buffalo Bisons. Cabrera played two games with the Herd with three hits in five at-bats. He left the game Saturday night after the fifth inning and was on his way to Toronto by the time the game ended.

To make room for Cabrera, the Blue Jays optioned righty Neil Wagner to Buffalo. Wagner began his season with the Herd and was one of the best closers in the International League. In 19 games with the Bisons, he was 1-0 with a 0.89 earned run average. He was perfect in all 13 of his save opportunities.

Wagner was promoted on May 29 and in 20 relief appearances with the Jays he was 2-3 with a 3.26 ERA in 19 1/3 innings of work.

Lefty J.A. Happ is scheduled to start for the Bisons on Tuesday for his next Major League rehabilitation start. Happy has been on the Blue Jays disabled list since May 8 after being hit in the head with a line drive. He has made two rehab starts, giving up two runs on four hits in three innings for the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Blue Jays and five scoreless innings for Single-A Dunedin, where he gave up three hits with seven strikeouts.

Wang makes third start: Righty Chien-Ming Wang has given a quality performance in his first two starts with the Herd. He last pitched on July 13 against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, throwing six innings. He gave up two runs on five hits but took the loss.

Against Toledo: The Mud Hens hold a 2-1 lead in the series as the teams finish out the set this afternoon at Coca-Cola Field (1:05 p.m.). The Herd has not lost a four-game series at home to Toledo since 2003.

Tonight's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar -- LF
Menuenori Kawasaki -- SS
Mauro Gomez -- 1B
Jim Negrych -- 3B
Andy LaRoche -- DH
Sean Ochinko -- C
Ryan Goins -- 2B
Mike McCoy -- RF
Anthony Gose -- CF 

Cabrera appears on way back to Toronto

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Melky Cabrera made his second start with the Buffalo Bisons on his Major League rehab assignment Saturday night. He went 2 for 2 in three at-bats with a run scored and an RBI and made a few solid plays in left field.

After the fifth inning, he left the game.

And while nothing official has been announced, here is what Buffalo manager Marty Brown said about Cabrera's early exit from the game."

“He’s going to head up to Toronto,” Brown said. “They just wanted him to get three at-bats or six innings of work in the outfield. I mean he can hit. It doesn’t matter which side of the plate you put him on. He’s got the ability to hit. I don’t necessarily believe that he’s 100 percent but Melky feels that he’s good to go and obviously they want to get him in the lineup. We wish him the best. He goes about his job the right way.”

The Bisons dropped a 12-3 decision to the Toledo Mud Hens. Starter Carlos Vargas (5-7) gave up five runs on eight hits in three innings, taking the start for Ricky Romero, who is sidelined with an illness.

Sergio Santos, in his second MLB rehab appearance from the Bisons bullpen, wasn't as crisp as he was in his first outing. He was tagged for four runs, though only two were earned, giving up three hits with one walk in one inning. He also pitched to one batter in the sixth.

Vargas makes start as Romero sits start

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Claudio Vargas will pitch wherever the Buffalo Bisons need him. And tonight, they need him to start.

Ricky Romero will miss is scheduled started due to illness and the Herd will go with Vargas who has split time as a starter and reliever. This will be his 14ths tart of the season though Vargas has come out of hte bullpen in six of his last seven appearances.

Vargas last started on July 3, allowing four runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings in an 11-1 loss against Rochester.

Romero is now slated to pitch on Monday, taking Dave Bush's spot after the righty was placed on the disabled list today.

Tonight's game against the Toledo Mud Hens in Coca-Cola Field (7:05 p.m.) will be broadcast on Time Warner Cable Sports Channel and on the radio at WWKB 1520 and in Toronto at 590 The FAN.

Cabrera continues rehab: Melky Cabrera wnet 1 for 3 Friday night for the Bisons in his first rehab start with the Herd. He is returning from tendinitis in his left knee and has been on the Blue Jays DL since June 27. He left the game after seven innings yesterday when the game went into a 46-minute rain delay.

Tonight's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar -- CF
Melky Cabrera -- LF
Mauro Gomez -- DH
Andy LaRoche -- 3B
Sean Ochinko -- 1B
Mike McCoy -- 2B
Ryan Goins -- SS
Anthony Gose -- RF
Mike Nickeas -- C 

Go to the video: Mike Harrington's Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame acceptance speech

Click below to watch the acceptance speech of News Sports Reporter/Baseball Columnist Mike Harrington given Friday night in Coca-Cola Field upon his induction into the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame.

From Friday's Buffalo News, here are Harrington's top memories on the baseball beat. 

And click here for an article on Harrington by Andrew Kulyk of Artvoice.

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Watch other segments from this week's "Bucky & Sully Show" here, with Mike Harrington filling in for Bucky Gleason.

Cabrera starts for the Herd

by Amy Moritz
@amymoritz

Melky Cabrera will bat third and start in left field for the Buffalo Bisons tonight as they host the Toledo Mud Hens in Coca-Cola Field.

Cabrera joins the Herd on a Major League rehabilitation assignment. He has been on the Blue Jays' disabled list since June 27 with left knee tendinitis. He began his rehab on July 12 in Single-A Dunedin and played two games with Double-A New Hampshire. In his four rehab starts, Cabrera has hit .231 (3 for 13) with a home run and two runs driven in. In 78 games with Toronto this season, he hit .278 with 13 doubles, three homers and 29 runs batted in.

Going over the signs: After last night's ill-fated double-steal attempt by Eugenio Velez and Anthony Gose which ended the game and a potential rally for the Herd, manager Marty Brown gathered the team together before batting practice and went over the signs. Brown said he did not give a steal sign in the ninth inning of the Herd's 4-2 loss to Toledo.

Germano on the mound: Justin Germano gets the start for the Herd. He is 5-7 with a 5.35 ERA this season and leads the team in quality starts with eight. 

Hall of Fame Day: The Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame officially inducts the three members of the Class of 2013 in a pre-game ceremony. Ernie Young was the top run-producer for two of hte best offensive clubs in the Bisons modern era (2004-05). Dave Roberts played parts of four seasons with the herd and is the club's modern era stolen base leader with 97. Mike Harrington is the lead baseball reporter and columnist for The Buffalo News and has covered every World Series since 2000. (You should already be following him on Twitter at @BNHarrington by the way.) The festivities are expected to push the first pitch back to 7:15.

Tonight's Bisons' Lineup:
Kevin Pillar --CF
Munenori Kawasaki -- SS
Melky Cabrera -- LF
Mauro Gomez -- DH
Jim Negrych -- 2B
Andy LaRoche -- 3B
Clint Robinson -- 1B
Sean Ochinko -- C
Anthony Gose -- RF 

Video: Discussion about Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame inductees

Mike Harrington and News Senior Sports Columnist Jerry Sullivan discuss the three inductees into the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame: Dave Roberts, Ernie Young and Harrington himself:

Continue reading "Video: Discussion about Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame inductees" »

From the archives: Links to today's baseball memories

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Dave Roberts' famous steal of second in the 2004 ALCS (Getty Images).


By Mike Harrington

I'll be joining Dave Roberts and Ernie Young tonight in the Buffalo Baseball Hall of Fame, and be sure to read my column in today's editions about my top memories on the Bisons/MLB beat the last 20 years. 

I also wrote a story today about Young's memories of Buffalo and Sunday's Inside Baseball column featured a chat with Roberts on his famous stolen base with the Red Sox in 2004. 

Want even more reading material? Jerry Sullivan wrote this column on Young after the 2000 Olympic gold medal game in Australia, four years before he joined the Bisons.

As for my memories list, here's a look back to the stories I produced on the scene at each of the moments in the article: 

1. Yankees-Arizona World Series Game 7 in 2001 -- Luis Gonzalez's game-winner.

2. 2004 ALCS/World Series -- Red Sox beat Yankees and Cardinals
    Game Seven of the ALCS        Game Four of the World Series 

3. Bisons 1997 clincher at Iowa --- Story one: Recap of Sean Casey's home run   Story two: Torey Lovullo presenting Bob Rich the game ball 

4. 2004 IL finals Game Four -- Bisons win title at home

5. 2007 Cleveland Indians -- A feature heading into the postseason

6. 1998 Bisons clincher -- Game Five in Durham

7. 2000 Subway Series -- Story one: The crazy Piazza press conference the day after BatGate. Story two: The Yankees' Game Five clincher. 

8. 2008 All-Star Game -- A web-only version filed at 3 a.m.

9. 2011 World Series Game Six -- Some scorebook pencils bit the dust in the 10th when the Cardinals tied it again.

10. 1995 ALDS Game One -- Ex-Bison Tony Pena sends us home at 2:08 a.m.

What didn't make my cut? Some pretty good ones.

There was Jeff Manto's three-homer game in 1997, the Bisons' 19-inning loss to Scranton in Game Five of the IL semifinals two nights before 9/11, Roger Clemens' one-hitter at Seattle in the 2000 ALCS, the opener at new Yankee Stadium in 2009, Stephen Strasburg's visit to Buffalo in 2011 and my chat with Hall of Famer Bob Feller during Strasburg's outing in Cleveland two weeks later, and last year's Triple-A All-Star Game in Buffalo.

(Bartolo Colon's no-hitter here in 1997 is not on any list because I was off that night, although I was in the ballpark to witness it.) 

Cabrera joins Herd on rehab

Melky cabrera
Melky Cabrera has been on the disabled list since June 27 with left knee tendinitis.

By Amy Moritz  @amymoritz

Outfielder Melky Cabrera and right handed pitcher Sergio Santos have joined the Buffalo Bisons on Major League injury rehab assignments.

Cabrera has been on the disabled list since June 27 with left knee tendinitis. He batted .278 with three home runs, driving in 28 runs in 78 games with the Toronto Blue Jays this season.

Santos pitched in five games with the Jays before going on the disabled list on April 15 with a right triceps strain.

Thursday afternoon, Bisons manager Marty Brown said that Cabrera was not in today's Bisons' lineup because it was a travel day for him. He said that Cabrera would be in the lineup on Friday. Santos is expected to throw an inning tonight.

Negrych's Excellent All-Star Adventure: Fresh off his appearance in last night's Triple-A All Star Game in Reno, Nevada, Jim Negrych was back in the Bisons' lineup today. Granted, it's as the designated hitter. Negrych and Mauro Gomez were starters for the International League in last night's Triple-A All-Star contest. Both went 0-for-3 at the plate.

"We would have liked to have performed better individually," Negrych said.

But the experience was incredible for the St. Francis graduate. Especially with the way the Rich family helped the Buffalo players get the most bang for their buck.

"The Riches flew us out there," Negrych said. "It was unbelievable what they did for us. That made sure everything was taken care of. And we flew back right after the game. We're lucky. Some guys weren't getting back to their teams until six o'clock tonight. They treated us so well."

Bisons back from break: The Herd kicks off the final third of the season opening up an eight-game homestand. It starts with a four-game series with the Toledo Mud Hens. Buffalo is 3 1/2 games back of Pawtucket in the IL North Division race.

Thad Weber gets the start for the Bisons and faces his former team. Weber pitched in 52 games with 51 starts for Toledo from 2010-12. He went 14-23 with a 4.75 ERA as a MudHen. This year with the Herd, he is 3-3 with a 2.37 ERA in eight starts.

Vote for Celery: Celery may have never won the mascot race at Coca-Cola Field, but Celery has a chance to win now. At least as a fan favorite. Celery is in the running for the Best Minor League Mascot. There are two rounds of voting, the first window runs until Aug. 1 with a championship round Aug. 1-8. Fans can vote online at www.milb.com/mascotmania or via Twitter by including #MascotMania along with the Bisons Twitter handle @BuffaloBisons. Fans can vote up to 25 times a day via Twitter.

Tonight's Bisons Lineup:
Mike McCoy -- 3B
Ryan Goins -- SS
Kevin Pillar -- RF
Jim Negrych -- DH
Andy LaRoche -- 1B
Sean Ochinko -- C
Eugenio Velez -- LF
Anthony Gose -- CF
Munenori Kawasaki -- 2B 

Blue Jays rehab tour continues in Buffalo as Cabrera, Santos join Herd tonight

By Mike Harrington

Josh Johnson, Jose Reyes, Brett Lawrie have already been here. Now it's time for the Bisons to host Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera and reliever Sergio Santos.

Cabrera and Santos were assigned to Buffalo on injury rehab today and are scheduled to play in tonight's series opener against Toledo at 7 p.m. in Coca-Cola Field. 

Cabrera has been on the Blue Jays' disabled list since June 27 with left knee tendinitis. He is  3 for 13 in four rehab games with Class A Dunedin and Double-A New Hampshire.  Cabrera hit .278 with 13 doubles, three home runs and 29 RBI in 78 games with the Blue Jays before the injury, and his status remains in limbo as his name has been linked to pending suspensions in baseball's Biogenesis scandal.

Cabrera was signed by the Blue Jays during the off season after hitting .346 with 11 home runs and 60 RBIs in 113 games with the San Francisco Giants. He was the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 MLB All-Star Game with a two-run home run in Kansas City but didn't finish the season after earning a 50-game suspenion for use of performance-enhancing drugs.

Santos has been on the DL since April with a right triceps strain. He pitched five games in Toronto before the injury with a 2.08 ERA. He has pitched six rehab games this month in Class A after undergoing shoulder surgery last July. Santos has yet to find the form that allowed him to post 30 saves for the White Sox in 2011.

Mo is the Man -- albeit in the 8th

Mopapers

By Mike Harrington

Nice collage tweeted (above) by MLB Public Relations showing the adulation of today's New York City papers toward Mariano Rivera. As well there should be. As All-Star moments go, there was Ted Williams at the mound with everyone around him in 1999 and there was Mo with the field by himself last night.

I wasn't a fan of how Jim Leyland played this one, frankly. The chances of Joe Nathan blowing a three-run lead in the eighth were remote and Mariano could have thus gotten the save in the ninth, instead of will now be the most memorable hold in the history of relief pitching. But I get it too. Even if things happened and Leyland got Mariano up quick, there would not have been this kind of moment. Fair enough.

FOX's Ken Rosenthal gives Leyland's side of things here and I buy it. As time goes on, it will be all about the moment and not whether it was the eighth or ninth. ESPN's Jayson Stark is a little more in my camp, admitting a hold for Rivera was "frankly, kind of weird."

Did you miss it? Check it out below:

What do you think of Matt Harvey? Hysterical video going viral

By Mike Harrington

Former Bisons ace Matt Harvey gets the start tonight for the National League at Citi Field -- after taking a tour of New York for the Jimmy Fallon Show asking what people think of .... Matt Harvey!

This video went everywhere yesterday and is just plain awesome. Four minutes well spent.

 

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Mike Harrington

Mike Harrington

Mike Harrington, a Canisius College graduate who began his career as a News reporter in 1987, has covered the Buffalo Bisons since 1992 and Major League Baseball since 1995. A member of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, Harrington has reported on more than 30 MLB postseason series — including every game of the World Series in this century — and all three of the Bisons' championship runs in their modern era. He is a connoisseur of the famous Stadium Mustard at Cleveland's Progressive Field.

@BNHarrington | [email protected]


Amy Moritz

Amy Moritz

Amy Moritz, a native of Lockport, has covered the Bisons for The Buffalo News since 2002. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism/mass communication from St. Bonaventure University and a master’s degree in humanities from the University at Buffalo. An endurance athlete, she has completed several triathlons, half marathons and marathons.

@amymoritz | [email protected]

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