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Pat Burrell’s three-run shot in the eight help keep the Phillies in first place as they defeat the D-backs, 6-3.

Pat Burrell’s three-run home run will help keep the Phillies in first place in the East before the All-Star break as the Phillies defeat the Diamondbacks, 6-3. The D-backs would score the game’s first run in the top of the second as Cole Hamels would throw a fastball on a 1-2 pitch that Chad Tracy would hit out of the park for a solo home run, his fifth home run of the season, to give the D-backs a 1-0 lead. The D-backs would increase their lead in the fourth as Hamels would give up a two out RBI single to Robby Hammock, scoring Chris Young, who has gotten on base earlier with a bunt single, and has gone to second on a Chris Burke infield single, to give the D-backs a 2-0 lead. Normally, that would be the ballgame, as the D-backs’ starter, Brendon Webb was getting the Phillies’ batters out with a nasty changeup, which he was throwing in conjunction with his curveball. But, it wouldn’t be so today, as the Phillies would refuse to go down easily. In the fifth, the Phillies would cut the D-backs lead to 2-1, as with one out, Hamels would hit a RBI double, which would score Pedro Feliz, who has earlier singled, all the way from first base as the ball went into the gap in left center field. Hamels would then keep the score at 2-1 as he stopped two attempts by the D-backs to break the game open. In the sixth, after Mark Reynolds would get on base with the only walk that Hamels would give up and then goes to second on Tracy’s single, Hamels would end the threat by first striking out Young and Burke, and then getting Hammock to fly out to right. Then in the seventh, Webb would lead off the inning with a single, and then move to second on Stephen Drew’s single. But, the Phillies would get the first out as Conor Jackson pushes a hard bunt down the third base line that would be picked up by Feliz, who would then touch third base, getting Webb out, but is unable to double up Jackson, while Drew goes to second on the play. The next batter, Orlando Hudson, would then get a single deep to right, which would hit the wall in front of Geoff Jenkins. This would turn out to be good luck for the Phillies, as the D-backs’ third base coach, unable to tell whether Jenkins has caught the ball or not, would stop Drew at third base, which in turn would force Jackson to stop at second, as Chase Utley would relay Jenkins’ throw to catcher Chris Coste. As soon as he has caught it, Coste would see Hudson, who has thought that he was going to get a double on his hit, trapped near second base, since Johnson was still standing on the bag. After looking over at Drew, he threw the ball to Ryan Howard. Howard, while also keeping an eye on Drew, to make sure thst he wouldn’t score during the rundown, forced Hudson back towards second. When Hudson tried to run out of the basepath to keep from being tagged by Howard, he was automatically called out by the umpire, for the second out of the inning, with men on second and third. Hamels would then end the threat by striking out Reynolds for his eighth strike out of the game. In the Phillies’ half of the seventh, with two outs and a man on second, Jimmy Rollins would get a RBI double off of Webb, scoring Carlos Ruiz, who was pinch running for Coste, who has earlier singled, that would tie the game at two all. After Ryan Madson would put down the D-backs in the top of the eighth, the Phillies went to work on the D-backs’ reliever Chad Qualls. Utley would start the inning off with a single to center, then would go to second on Howard’s single to left. With two men on, Qualls would throw a 2-2 slider to Pat Burrell which Burrell would hit to left, into the flower garden, for a three-run homer, for his twenty-third home run of the season, to give the Phillies a 5-2 lead. Two batters later, with one out, Feliz would hit a solo home run, his twelfth home run of the year, to give the Phillies a 6-2 lead. In the ninth inning, with Brad Lidge pitching, Hudson would hit a RBI single, scoring Emilio Bonifacio, who has earlier singled, to make it 6-3 Phillies. But that would be it as Lidge would end the game by striking out Reynolda.

Cole Hamels would get a no-decision, pitching seven innings, as he gives up only two earned runs on eleven scattered hits, while striking out eight D-backs. Ryan Madson would get the win, as he pitched a shut out inning while giving up one hit. His record is now 2-0 with a 2.77 ERA. Brad Lidge would pitch the ninth, giving up an earned run on two hits. Brandon Webb would also get a no-decision as he goes seven innings, giving up two earned runs on seven hits while he struck out six. Chad Qualls would take the lost as he goes only a third of an inning, giving up four earned runs on four hits. His record is now 2-7 with a ERA of 3.89. Connor Robertson would go two-thirds of an inning, giving up no runs on no hits.

With the win, the Phillies will stay in first place in the National League East, no matter what either the Marlins or the Mets will do tonight. The Phillies’ players will now spend the next four days, except for Chase Utley and Brad Lidge who will both be in Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night for the All-Star Game, trying to relax and get refresh, before they play their first series of the second half against the Marlins in Miami on July 18.

The Phillies (52-44), with the win, remain in first place as the 30 major league teams head into the All-Star break. They presently lead the Mets by a game as the Mets prepare to play the Rockies later tonight. The Phillies now lead the Marlins by a game and a half as they lost to the Dodgers. The Braves remain six and a half games behind the Phillies after their win against the Padres today. 

Edit: The Phils’ lead over the Mets stay at half as the Mets’ defeated the Rockies with ease. (I need to start drinking more caffeine if I want to avoid making such factual errors late at night.)

Utley, Lidge to represent Phillies in All-Star Game, Burrell among those on final position ballot.

Utley, Lidge to represent Phils in Bronx
Philly second baseman led all National League players in voting

Utley is a lock as the National League’s Representative at Second Base

Utley continues to widen voting lead
Phillies second baseman on pace to start All-Star Game
By Ken Mandel / MLB.com

PHILADELPHIA — Chase Utley isn’t just coasting down the home stretch. He’s cruising to an easy win among All-Star Game voters.

Another week of voting has widened Utley’s already sizeable lead on Chicago’s Mark DeRosa — he has more than twice as many votes — and remains the National League’s leading vote-getter. All other second basemen will have to be named by NL manager Clint Hurdle to attend the Midsummer Classic.

With 2,645,027 votes, Utley has more votes than the Astros’ Lance Berkman, the Yankees’ Derek Jeter or Alex Rodriguez, the Red Sox’s David Ortiz or Manny Ramirez and the Braves’ Chipper Jones.

Utley lifted his 23rd home run on Saturday against the Rangers, and has been among the leaders in many offensive categories. He’s had two stretches in which he’s homered in five straight games. The left-handed-hitting slugger started the 2007 All-Star Game, going 0-for-2 in San Francisco at AT&T Park, and played in the 2006 contest, going 1-for-2 in Pittsburgh at PNC Park.

The Phils superstar is in line to make his second straight All-Star start, and this will be Utley’s first career appearance at Yankee Stadium in the final season of the historic ballpark.

Teammate Jimmy Rollins, the reigning NL Most Valuable Player, is fourth among shortstops, behind Florida’s Hanley Ramirez, Houston’s Miguel Tejada and Chicago’s Ryan Theriot.

The 79th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, being held at Yankee Stadium in its final season, will be televised nationally by FOX, in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and Sportsnet HD, and televised around the world by Major League Baseball International, with pregame ceremonies beginning at 8 p.m. ET. ESPN Radio will provide exclusive national radio coverage, while MLB.com will provide extensive online coverage. XM will provide satellite radio play-by-play coverage of the XM All-Star Futures Game.

The Midsummer Classic will be the fourth held at Yankee Stadium and the eighth in New York City. The Yankees previously hosted the All-Star Game in 1939, 1960 and 1977; the Polo Grounds held the game in 1934 and 1942; Ebbets Field was the site in 1949; and Shea Stadium hosted the 1964 tilt.

Fans can cast their votes for starters up to 25 times with the Monster 2008 All-Star Game Online Ballot at MLB.com and all 30 club sites until July 2 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Starting rosters will be announced during the 2008 All-Star Game Selection Show presented by Chevrolet on TBS on July 6. Baseball fans around the world will then be able to select the final player on each team via the Monster 2008 All-Star Final Vote at MLB.com.

The voting doesn’t end there. Fans will have the opportunity to participate in the official voting for the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player presented by Chevrolet at the All-Star Game via the Monster 2008 All-Star Game MVP vote at MLB.com.

Ran Howard, who has struggled this season, has remained in fifth place among first basemen, behind Houston’s Lance Berkman, Chicago’s Derrek Lee, St. Louis’ Albert Pujols and Milwaukee’s Prince Fielder.

2008 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League
First Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Berkman, L. Astros 2,132,663
2. Pujols, A. Cardinals 1,408,622
3. Lee, D. Cubs 1,383,909
4. Fielder, P. Brewers 1,166,433
5. Howard, R. Phillies 773,104
Second Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Utley, C. Philles 2,645,027
2. DeRosa, M. Cubs 1,139,698
3. Uggla, D. Marlins 947,245
4. Matsui, K. Astros 931,559
5. Weeks, R. Brewers 817,377
Third base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Jones, C. Braves 2,433,753
2. Ramirez, A. Cubs 1,373,565
3. Wright, D. Mets 1,165,590
4. Hall, B. Brewers 752,773
5. Reynolds, M. D-backs 606,487
Shortstop
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Ramirez, H. Marlins 1,483,875
2. Tejada, M. Astros 1,315,240
3. Theriot, R. Cubs 1,114,336
4. Rollins, J. Phillies 914,962
5. Reyes, J. Mets 902,506
Catcher
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soto, G. Cubs 1,827,279
2. McCann, B. Braves 1,149,247
3. Kendall, J. Brewers 1,089,604
4. Molina, Y. Cardinals 1,015,125
5. Molina, B. Giants 775,653
Outfield
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soriano, A. Cubs 2,120,635
2. Griffey, K. Reds 1,917,739
3. Fukudome, K. Cubs 1,783,983
4. Braun, R. Brewers 1,751,058
5. Holliday, M. Rockies 1,069,940
6. Lee, C. Astros 1,052,114
7. Ankiel, R. Cardinals 996,673
8. Hart, C. Brewers 986,861
9. Beltran, C. Mets 966,281
10. Burrell, P. Phillies 939,953
11. Ludwick, R. Cardinals 916,150
12 Pence, H. Astros 849,878
13. Cameron, M. Brewers 849,387
14. Upton, J. D-backs 837,799
15. McLouth, N. Pirates 734,385
Results updated: Monday, June 30, 2008

(H/T Phillies.com)

It is almost over and there is no way that Chase isn’t going into the All-Star Game at Yankee  Stadium as the Phillies’ representative. In my opinion, I think Brad Lidge will also be going, while Cole Hamles may have an outside shot of getting there. Sadly, I don’t see anyone else on the team getting there outside of a miracle.

The Phils go to Arlington, Texas to meet the Rangers, hoping to finally end their batting woes.

The Phillies (43-37) continue their nine games, three cities, road trip, with a weekend interleague play series against the Texas Rangers (40-40, 3rd American League West) in Arlington, Texas. The first game of the series will be played at Rangers Park in Arlington, and will begin at 8:05 pm Eastern (7:05 pm Central). The Phillies’ starter for tonight’s game will be Brett Myers (3-9, 5.51), who has just come off a lost against the Angels on June 21, where he would pitch six innings, giving up four earned on six hits, in the Phillies’ 6-2 lost. Myers has, along with several bad starts, been hurt mainly by the long balls this year, of which he has so far given up twenty-three. He has lost three of his last four starts, while the fourth one was also lost by the Phillies, in which he has been tagged for eight four-baggers in the last three. If he is going to win another game, he is going to have to not just throw more non-fastballs, he’ll need to stop throwing pitches into the opposing batters’ hit zone to avoid giving up any more gopher balls. He will be trying to get his fourth win of the year, while hoping that it won’t end up being another fiasco. The Rangers will oppose him with Kason Gabbard (2-3, 4.96), who is coming off a win against the Nationals on June 21, where he would pitch five and a third innings, giving up three earned runs on six hits, in the Rangers’ 13-3 rout. He will be trying to even his record as he face the Phillies for the first time in his career.

The Phillies’ offense, which has now lost five straight series will now be facing an American League team that can not be considered an elite ball club. The players should thus take this opportunity to try and be more patient at the plate, while staying aggressive on the base paths once they get on, to help shake things up. The players need to stop being a ballclub that’ll swing at anything that is thrown at them, as well as stop swinging at the first balls that are thrown at them during their individual at bats (That especially means you, Jimmy.). And they’ll need to be especially patient when they have men in scoring position. It would help the club if they can get up to batter’s box with a runner on either second or third and not end up either popping up or striking out. They’d been doing too much of that lately, and quite frankly, it needs to stop before it can get any worst. They should thanks their lucky stars that the rest of the division is at the moment playing just as lousy as they are, but they will need to get their present problems sorted out before they begin their three games series in Atlanta next Tuesday, as I am sure that the Braves will be wanting to get even with the Phils for that earlier sweep at their home ball park.

Speaking of the National League East, the Phillies presently have a two games lead over the Marlins, who will be facing the Diamondbacks for a three games set in Miami. The Mets trail them by three and a half games, as they take the subway for a four games series with the Yankees, including a day/night doubleheader today that will be played at both stadiums, the first of which has the Mets trailing the Bronx Bombers. The Braves trail the Phillies by four games, as they go to Toronto, Canada, to start a three games series with the Blue Jays. The Phillies hope that they can put some distance between themselves and the rest of the East before they once again play against fellow National League teams.

Edit: The Mets are now trailing the Phillies by three games as they defeat the Yankees at Yankee Stadium for the first half of a double header.

Utley continues to be the leading vote getter in spite of recent slump.

Utley unstoppable in NL All-Star voting
Second baseman’s slump hasn’t affected his popularity
By Ken Mandel / MLB.com

PHILADELPHIA — Chase Utley’s recent slump hasn’t made a dent in his popularity with All-Star Game voters.

Another week of voting has widened Utley’s already-sizable lead on Chicago’s Mark DeRosa, and he remains the National League’s leading vote-getter, period. All other second basemen will have to be named by NL manager Clint Hurdle to attend the Midsummer Classic.

Utley has more votes than the Astros’ Lance Berkman, the Yankees’ Derek Jeter or Alex Rodriguez, the Red Sox’s David Ortiz or Manny Ramirez and the Braves’ Chipper Jones.

Utley has been stuck on 22 home runs since victimizing St. Louis’ Todd Wellemeyer on June 13. Still, he’s had two stretches in which he’s homered in five straight games. Utley started the 2007 All-Star Game, going 0-for-2 in San Francisco at AT&T Park, and he played in the 2006 contest, going 1-for-2 in Pittsburgh at PNC Park.

His slump notwithstanding, the Phillies superstar is in line to make his second straight All-Star start. This would be Utley’s first career appearance at Yankee Stadium, and it would come in the final season of the historic ballpark.

Teammate Jimmy Rollins, the reigning NL Most Valuable Player, climbed to fourth among shortstops, behind Florida’s Hanley Ramirez, Houston’s Miguel Tejada and Chicago’s Ryan Theriot.

The 79th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, being held at Yankee Stadium in its final season, will be televised nationally by FOX, in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and Sportsnet HD, and televised around the world by Major League Baseball International, with pregame ceremonies beginning at 8 p.m. ET. ESPN Radio will provide exclusive national radio coverage, while MLB.com will provide extensive online coverage. XM will provide satellite radio play-by-play coverage of the XM All-Star Futures Game.

The Midsummer Classic will be the fourth held at Yankee Stadium and the eighth in New York City. The Yankees previously hosted the All-Star Game in 1939, ’60 and ’77; the Polo Grounds held the game in ’34 and ’42; Ebbets Field was the site in ’49; and Shea Stadium hosted the ’64 tilt.

Fans can cast their votes for starters up to 25 times with the Monster 2008 All-Star Game Online Ballot at MLB.com and all 30 club sites until Wednesday, July 2, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Starting rosters will be announced during the 2008 All-Star Game Selection Show presented by Chevrolet on TBS on July 6. Baseball fans around the world will then be able to select the final player on each team via the Monster 2008 All-Star Final Vote at MLB.com.

The voting doesn’t end there. Fans will have the opportunity to participate in the official voting for the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player presented by Chevrolet at the All-Star Game via the Monster 2008 All-Star Game MVP vote at MLB.com.

Ryan Howard, who has struggled this season, has slipped to fifth place among first baseman, behind Berkman, Chicago’s Derrek Lee, St. Louis’ Albert Pujols and Milwaukee’s Prince Fielder.

2008 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League
First Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Berkman, L. Astros 1,682,362
2. Lee, D. Cubs 1,153,519
3. Pujols, A. Cardinals 1,116,626
4. Fielder, P. Brewers 816,507
5. Howard, R. Phillies 654,962
Second Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Utley, C. Philles 2,179,006
2. DeRosa, M. Cubs 940,404
3. Matsui, K. Astros 742,425
4. Uggla, D. Marlins 675,358
5. Weeks, R. Brewers 589,455
Third base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Jones, C. Braves 1,916,829
2. Ramirez, A. Cubs 1,111,901
3. Wright, D. Mets 958,490
4. Hall, B. Brewers 559,581
5. Reynolds, M. D-backs 483,688
Shortstop
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Ramirez, H. Marlins 1,123,516
2. Tejada, M. Astros 1,052,852
3. Theriot, R. Cubs 915,954
4. Rollins, J. Phillies 777,570
5. Reyes, J. Mets 734,636
Catcher
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soto, G. Cubs 1,497,579
2. McCann, B. Braves 917,607
3. Kendall, J. Brewers 773,694
4. Molina, Y. Cardinals 768,685
5. Molina, B. Giants 578,357
Outfield
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soriano, A. Cubs 1,736,434
2. Fukudome, K. Cubs 1,454,257
3. Griffey, K. Reds 1,417,019
4. Braun, R. Brewers 1,241,843
5. Lee, C. Astros 824,776
6. Burrell, P. Phillies 811,356
7. Holliday, M. Rockies 810,397
8. Beltran, C. Mets 776,107
9. Ankiel, R. Cardinals 774,585
10. Upton, J. D-backs 689,666
11. Ludwick, R. Cardinals 689,074
12 Pence, H. Astros 686,790
13. Hart, C. Brewers 682,493
14. Cameron, M. Brewers 609,761
15. McLouth, N. Pirates 601,261
Results updated: Tuesday, June 24, 2008

(H/T Phillies.com)

Looks like it’ll only be Utley who’ll be representing the Phillies as a starter. Now the question is, who else might be representing the Phillies? Looks like Brad Lidge is at least a lock with what he has done so far as the team’s closer.

Utley continues to be the leading vote getter in the National League, is now also the leader vote getter for both leagues.

Utley continues to lead All-Star voting
Phillies second baseman tops among all Major Leaguers

2008 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League
First Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Berkman, L. Astros 1,368,030
2. Lee, D. Cubs 976,204
3. Pujols, A. Cardinals 917,388
4. Fielder, P. Brewers 583,476
5. Howard, R. Phillies 528,580
Second Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Utley, C. Philles 1,743,548
2. DeRosa, M. Cubs 782,485
3. Matsui, K. Astros 632,232
4. Uggla, D. Marlins 486,680
5. Weeks, R. Brewers 438,589
Third base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Jones, C. Braves 1,499,185
2. Ramirez, A. Cubs 935,091
3. Wright, D. Mets 799,983
4. Hall, B. Brewers 427,550
5. Wigginton, T. Astros 427,200
Shortstop
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Tejada, M. Astros 894,797
2. Ramirez, H. Marlins 826,685
3. Theriot, R. Cubs 767,292
4. Rollins, J. Phillies 637,617
5. Reyes, J. Mets 610,221
Catcher
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soto, G. Cubs 1,248,216
2. McCann, B. Braves 742,689
3. Molina, Y. Cardinals 615,699
4. Kendall, J. Brewers 553,452
5. Martin, R. Dodgers 439,172
Outfield
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soriano, A. Cubs 1,444,153
2. Fukudome, K. Cubs 1,188,459
3. Griffey, K. Reds 1,081,665
4. Braun, R. Brewers 885,932
5. Lee, C. Astros 709,797
6. Burrell, P. Phillies 668,539
7. Beltran, C. Mets 632,691
8. Ankiel, R. Cardinals 629,057
9. Holliday, M. Rockies 621,371
10. Pence, H. Astros 608,548
11. Ludwick, R. Cardinals 521,072
12 Upton, J. D-backs 510,962
13. McLouth, N. Pirates 502,185
14. Hart, C. Brewers 478,251
15. Bourn, M. Astros 460,527
Results updated: Tuesday, June 17, 2008

(H/T Phillies.com)

Utley is now the leading vote getter in the Majors for the All-Star Game? Outstanding. Go Chase. Now let’s see if we can get you some company, shall we?

Utley is leading the National League in votes for the All-Star Game.

Utley leading All-Star pack at second
Slugger eyes spot in the Bronx; three other Phils in the mix

2008 MLB All-Star Balloting : National League
First Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Berkman, L. Astros 329,473
2. Pujols, A. Cardinals 317,317
3. Lee, D. Cubs 283,515
4. Fielder, P. Brewers 151,894
5. Howard, R. Phillies 140,683
Second Base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Utley, C. Philles 537,788
2. Matsui, K. Astros 182,827
3. DeRosa, M. Cubs 178,595
4. Uggla, D. Marlins 125,745
5. Castillo, L. Mets 123,346
Third base
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Jones, C. Braves 420,664
2. Wright, D. Mets 321,091
3. Ramirez, A. Cubs 242,149
4. Wigginton, T. Astros 128,864
5. Hall, B. Brewers 106,870
Shortstop
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Ramirez, H. Marlins 268,386
2. Tejada, M. Astros 256,613
3. Reyes, J. Mets 237,800
4. Theriot, R. Cubs 178,871
5. Rollins, J. Phillies 156,620
Catcher
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soto, G. Cubs 343,427
2. McCann, B. Braves 229,743
3. Molina, Y. Cardinals 188,313
4. Martin, R. Dodgers 160,140
5. Towles, J.R. Astros 139,402
Outfield
RANK PLAYER NAME NL TEAM TOTAL VOTES
1. Soriano, A. Cubs 352,267
2. Fukudome, K. Cubs 325,456
3. Griffey, K. Reds 300,230
4. Beltran, C. Mets 253,297
5. Holliday, M. Rockies 249,881
6. Burrell, P. Phillies 220,596
7. Lee, C. Astros 205,247
8. Ankiel, R. Cardinals 198,839
9. Braun, R. Brewers 189,505
10. Pence, H. Astros 168,005
11. McLouth, N. Pirates 164,250
12. Upton, J. D-backs 157,871
13. Church, R. Mets 157,642
14. Francoeur, J. Braves 145,242
15. Bourn, M. Astros 141,940
Results updated: Wednesday, May 28, 2008

(H/T Phillies.com)

Chase is the leading vote getter? Never thought I would ever hear that a Phillies’ regular would actually be the National League in votes leader for the All-Star Game. Hey, Chase, take a vow, you deserve it, man. Now, if we can just get a teammate or two of yours into the starting line-up.

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