Showing posts with label Mets at Marlins. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mets at Marlins. Show all posts

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Preview: Game 94 - Marlins at Mets - Koehler vs Matsuzaka


Preview: Game 94
Miami Marlins (44-48) at New York Mets (43-50)

Probable Pitchers:Tom Koehler (6-7, 3.98 ERA)vs Daisuke Matsuzaka (3-3, 3.32 ERA)
TV - WPIX - Radio WOR 710 AM - First Pitch - 4:10 PM

Preview:

David Wright has been on quite a tear despite his recent injury and had his best performance of the season in the opener of this three-game home series against Miami.

Considering how he's pounded Marlins pitching this season, that effort shouldn't come as much of a surprise.

Wright looks to help the New York Mets win for the sixth time in seven games as the teams meet again Saturday.

The Mets' captain has batted .385 over his last 17, increasing his average 23 points to .285 after an inconsistent start to the first half.

Wright went 4 for 4 with a two-run homer in Friday's 7-1 victory and has posted a .452 average with two homers, six doubles and nine RBIs while recording at least one hit in 10 of 11 games against the Marlins. He hasn't seemed to feel the effects of a bruised rotator cuff that kept him out seven contests from June 27-July 4.

Lucas Duda added a two-run homer Friday for the Mets (43-50), who have outscored opponents 32-15 over the last six.

They've won three straight meetings with the Marlins and Wright is 4 for 9 with two doubles this season off Tom Koehler (6-7, 3.98 ERA), who will look to bounce back with another successful start against New York.

Koehler went 1-1 with a 1.89 ERA in his previous three outings before having his worst outing of the year Monday, allowing seven runs in three innings of a 9-1 loss to Arizona.

It was the shortest start of the right-hander's career.

Koehler should be looking forward to another matchup with the Mets, as he's gone 1-2 with a 1.59 ERA in his last five against them. He's faced New York three times this season, giving up two runs and striking out 13 in 15 innings over the last two.

The Bronx native will look to help the Marlins (44-48) avoid a fourth loss in five games after they struggled offensively again. Miami has scored seven runs in its last four, with All-Star Giancarlo Stanton going 1 for 14.

Christian Yelich's RBI single in the fifth accounted for the Marlins' only run Friday. Miami will look to start producing against Daisuke Matsuzaka as he seeks a second straight solid start.

After posting a 6.06 ERA while losing his prior three outings, Matsuzaka (3-3, 3.32) gave up six hits in seven scoreless innings of New York's 4-3, 11-inning win over Atlanta on Monday.

The right-hander is 2/3 with a 3.98 ERA in eight starts this season. He's 1-1 with a 3.06 ERA in three career starts against the Marlins, the most recent a 3-2 loss in which he allowed one run in 5 1/3 innings June 20.

Batter/Pitcher Matchups:

Monday, June 23, 2014

Happy Recap: Game 76 - Mets (11) at Marlins (5) - Mets Open Up the Offensive Playbook - 17 Hits , 11 Runs



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W: J. Niese (4-4) L: A. DeSclafani (1-2)
HR: NYM - D. Murphy (6)   MIA - None

Recap:

Daniel Murphy hit a three-run homer and the New York Mets cruised to an 11-5 victory over the Miami Marlins in the finale of a four-game series.

Anthony Recker and Eric Young Jr. each knocked in two runs for the Mets, who pounded out 17 hits. Jonathon Niese (4-4) allowed three runs on six hits over six innings to pick up his first win since May 22.

Justin Bour drove in two runs for the Marlins, who went 3-7 during their 10- game homestand. Anthony DeSclafani (1-2) gave up seven runs on seven hits over 3 2/3 innings.

The Mets jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning. Lucas Duda singled, Kirk Nieuwenhuis doubled and Ruben Tejada walked to load the bases with no outs. Recker hit a sacrifice fly to center and Niese followed with a nicely executed squeeze bunt.

New York tacked on two more runs in the third. Curtis Granderson and Murphy hit back-to-back singles to put men on first and third. David Wright's sacrifice fly and Nieuwenhuis' RBI double made it a 4-0 game.

Niese and Granderson crossed the plate on Murphy's home run in the fourth. Jacob Turner took over for DeSclafani after the homer.

The Marlins finally solved Niese in the sixth. Jeff Mathis led off with a double, moved to third on a sacrifice bunt and scored on Reed Johnson's double to left. Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna followed with RBI singles. Jeff Baker walked to load the bases, but Derek Dietrich struck out swinging to keep it a 7-3 contest.

New York responded with four runs in the seventh. With runners on the corners and one out, Tejada hit an RBI single to left. Recker hit a run-scoring double off the wall in left prior to Young's two-run single up the middle.

Bour's two-run double off Gonzalez Germen in the ninth accounted for the final margin.

Game Notes

Niese has opened the season with 15 straight starts without allowing more than three earned runs in any start ... Prior to the game, the Marlins placed infielder Rafael Furcal on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain and recalled Dietrich from Triple-A New Orleans ... The Mets went 4-3 during their seven-game road trip ... Miami shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria (elbow) sat out his second game in a row.

Box Score:

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Sunday's #Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 76


Sunday's #Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 76:


1. Curtis Granderson (L) RF
2. Daniel Murphy (L) 2B
3. David Wright (R) 3B
4. Lucas Duda (L) 1B
5. Kirk Nieuwenhuis (L) CF
6. Ruben Tejada (R) SS
7. Anthony Recker (R) C
8. Jon Niese (L) P
9. Eric Young Jr. (S) LF

Preview: Game 76 - Mets at Miami - Niese vs DeSclafani


Preview: Game 76
New York Mets (34-41) at Miami Marlins (37-37)

Probable Pitchers:
Jon Niese (3-4) 2.67 ERA vs Anthony DeSclafani (1-1) 5.60 ERA
TV - PIX 11 - Radio - WOR 710 AM - First Pitch - 1:10 PM


Preview:

The Marlins have enjoyed success against left-handers this year as they face Jon Niese in Sunday's four-game series finale at home.

Miami (37-37) fell for the third time in four games with Saturday's 4-0 defeat. The club has totaled four runs in that span and been shut out twice in this series.

Redmond won't be able to pencil in second baseman Rafael Furcal, who left in the fourth inning with a left calf and hamstring injury after grounding out to end the third. Furcal, who missed the first 2 1/2 months of the season with hamstring and groin injuries, is headed back to the disabled list.

Derek Dietrich, the club's opening day second baseman, is expected to be recalled from Triple-A New Orleans. Dietrich hit .242 in 41 games for the Marlins this year.

Miami's infield was already missing shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria, who was scratched Saturday with soreness in his elbow on his throwing arm. He could return Sunday.

The Marlins are 11-5 against left-handed starters as they face Niese (3-4, 2.67 ERA) for the second time after he pitched seven scoreless innings against them May 5 in a 4-3 loss. He is 0-2 with a 3.25 ERA in five road starts against them.

Niese has one of baseball's poorer run support averages at 3.16. He is winless in his last five starts, going 0-1 with a 2.62 ERA as the Mets (34-41) have provided him with eight runs of total support.

Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton is 0 for 3 versus Niese this year after entering the season 7 for 18 with two homers off the southpaw.

Stanton has 13 homers at home -- tied for the most in the majors -- but has none in six 2014 games in Miami against New York.

New York star David Wright is 10 for 23 on this seven-game trip, including 6 for 11 with a homer in this series.

The Marlins will look to split this 10-game homestand behind rookie Anthony DeSclafani (1-1, 5.60), who will make his fourth career start and first against the Mets. The right-hander gave up four runs over 6 1/3 innings Tuesday and did not get a decision in a 6-5 win over the Chicago Cubs.

Box Score:

Happy Recap: Game 75 - Mets (4) at Marlins (0) - deGrom gets his first win


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W: J. deGrom (1-4) L: T. Koehler (5-6)
HR: NYM - L. Duda (10)   MIA - None

Recap:

Jacob deGrom worked seven innings for his first career win and Lucas Duda hit a two-run home run as the New York Mets grabbed a 4-0 victory over the Miami Marlins in the second of a three-game set.

DeGrom (1-4) gave up five hits and three walks while striking out seven, and David Wright was 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored for the Mets, who have won three of their last four.

Tom Koehler (5-6) was touched for two runs on four hits with three walks and eight strikeouts over seven innings for the Marlins, who have lost seven of their last 10. Giancarlo Stanton and Ed Lucas each had two hits in the loss.

The Mets scored in the fourth inning with a two-out rally. Wright singled to keep the frame alive and Duda walked. Chris Young then punched a single to center to score Wright, but Duda was thrown out at third to end the frame.

Miami got a two-out double from Casey McGehee in the fourth, but Jarrod Saltalamacchia struck out to end the frame, and the team failed to score in the fifth after putting men on first and second with one out.

In the sixth, New York added a run as Eric Young walked, stole second and later came home on a single to right from Wright.

New York made it a 4-0 contest in the ninth as Wright led off with a double and Duda followed with his 10th home run of the season.

The Marlins had men on base in the sixth through ninth innings, but were unable to push any across.

Game Notes

Miami second baseman Rafael Furcal left the game after the third inning with a cramped left hamstring and is listed as day to day ... Miami still leads the season series with New York 5-4.

Box Score:

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Today's #Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 75


Today's Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 75

1. Curtis Granderson (L) RF
2. Daniel Murphy (L) 2B
3. David Wright (R) 3B
4. Lucas Duda (L) 1B
5. Chris Young (R) CF
6. Wilmer Flores (R) SS
7. Taylor Teagarden (R) C
8. Jacob deGrom (L) P
9. Eric Young Jr. (S) LF

Preview: Game 75 - Mets at Marlins - deGrom vs Koehler


Preview: Game 75
New York Mets (33-41) at Miami Marlins (37-36)

Probable Starting Pitchers:
Jacob deGrom (0-4) 4.39 ERA vs Tom Koehler (5-5) 3.84 ERA
TV - WPIX 11 - Radio - WOR 710 AM - First Pitch 4:10 PM

Preview:

deGrom
Strong pitching has spurred the Miami Marlins' home success against the New York Mets, and Tom Koehler has been an unexpected contributor.

Koehler looks to extend the Marlins' longest stretch of home dominance on the mound against the Mets on Saturday.

Miami (37-36) has won 13 of the past 18 home meetings with New York behind a 2.37 ERA, and it's at 1.14 in taking six of the last seven. The Marlins won 3-2 Friday after falling 1-0 in the opener of the four-game set a day earlier.

Turning to Koehler (5-5, 3.84 ERA) may only keep that dominance going, while shaking him out of his recent funk.

The right-hander's 18 consecutive scoreless innings at home against the Mets (33-41) is the longest by any Marlins pitcher in the all-time series. That's a big reason why he owns a 1.59 ERA in five home games - three starts - against the NL East rival, splitting a pair of decisions.

Koehler dominated New York at Marlins Park again May 7, yielding two hits in eight innings of a 1-0 victory.

Another meeting may be welcome since he's 1-2 with a 6.99 ERA in five starts after compiling a 1.40 ERA and 2-1 record over the previous four outings.

His struggles came in one inning Monday, blowing a three-run lead by surrendering four in the sixth of a 5-4 loss in 13 to the Chicago Cubs. Koehler gave up four of five runs in the sixth inning against Texas six days earlier.

Adeiny Hechavarria also seems to be rather comfortable at home, hitting .322 compared to .213 on the road. He had a double and two RBIs on Friday, giving him a .389 average in the last nine games in Miami.

The shortstop, though, is 4 for 38 in 12 career home matchups with New York.

The Mets have dropped nine of 11 on the road, failing to score more than four runs in any of those games while batting .165 with runners in scoring position.

Jacob deGrom (0-4, 4.39) takes the ball for New York as he again seeks his first career win.

The rookie right-hander is 0-2 with a 6.75 ERA over his last four starts after going 0-2 with a 1.83 mark in his first three, while being backed by four total runs.

DeGrom's latest outing was his worst of the season, giving up six runs and 12 hits while being pulled with one out in the fifth inning of Monday's 6-2 loss at St. Louis.

It may be important for deGrom to show some improvement, as the Mets expect to make a change to the rotation with Dillon Gee (strained right lat) expected to come off the disabled list soon.

Batter/Pitcher Splits:

Recap: Game 74 - Mets (2) at Marlins (3) - Marlins Edge Mets



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W: H. Alvarez (4-3) L: D. Matsuzaka (3-1) S: S. Cishek (17)
HR: NYM - None   MIA - None

Recap:

Marcell Ozuna's second outfield assist in as many innings was the final out of the game, securing a 3-2 win for the Miami Marlins over the New York Mets in the second installment of a four-game set on Friday.

The Marlins led 3-0 through seven innings but might have allowed the Mets to tie the game or jump in front had it not been for the strong right arm of Ozuna out in left field.

David Wright, who homered to provide the only run in New York's 1-0 win on Thursday, laced an RBI single to center to put the Mets on the board in the eighth inning against Kevin Gregg. Then, with the bases loaded and Mike Dunn on the mound, Eric Campbell smoked a single to left. Curtis Granderson scored easily, but Ozuna was able to fire home in time to get Wright to keep the Marlins in front.

Steve Cishek served up a leadoff double to pinch-hitter Kirk Nieuwenhuis in the ninth inning. A sacrifice bunt moved him to third, and Chris Young launched a fly ball to left. Ozuna backtracked and made the catch before unleashing a dart to Jarrod Saltalamacchia in time to tag Nieuwenhuis and end the game.

Henderson Alvarez (4-3) tossed 6 1/3 scoreless innings for the Marlins, scattering seven hits and striking out five to help them snap a brief two-game slide. Cishek picked up his 17th save.

Alvarez has dominated at Marlins Park of late, yielding just two runs in 38 1/3 innings over his last five starts at home. He has also owned the Mets, improving to 4-0 in his last five starts against New York.

Daisuke Matsuzaka (3-1) pitched well, yielding just a run on six hits over 5 1/3 frames, but took his first loss of the season.

Rafael Furcal led off the home half of the first with a triple off the wall in right field. Adeiny Hechavarria plated him, grounding out to second, for an early 1-0 lead.

Miami threatened again in the fourth inning. Garrett Jones came up with a runner on second and one out and belted a hanging breaking ball that appeared to glance off the foul pole in right field. The play was ruled a home run on the field but after a review, umpires overturned the call and said Jones' ball went foul. He later grounded out, and Saltalamacchia was stranded on third when Marcell Ozuna struck out.

The Marlins tacked on two more crucial insurance runs in the seventh. Jake Marisnick scored the first run all by himself, singling, stealing second and third and scoring when catcher Anthony Recker's throw to third sailed past Wright and into left field. Justin Bour, who walked with Marisnick on second, advanced to third base on Furcal's groundout and scored on Hechavarria's double.

Game Notes

Miami has won Alvarez's last seven starts, though he is just 2-0 in that span ... The Marlins finished 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position ... Saltalamacchia went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles ... The Mets have scored just 13 runs in their last seven games (3-4) ... Wright and Daniel Murphy had two hits apiece for the Mets, who outhit Miami 11-8.

Box Score:

Friday, June 20, 2014

Tonight's #Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 74


Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 74

1. Eric Young Jr. (S) LF
2. Daniel Murphy (L) 2B
3. David Wright (R) 3B
4. Curtis Granderson (L) CF
5. Bobby Abreu (L) RF
6. Lucas Duda (L) 1B
7. Anthony Recker (R) C
8. Ruben Tejada (R) SS
9. Daisuke Matsuzaka (R) P

Preview: Game 74 - Mets at Marlins - Matsuzaka vs Alvarez


Preview: Game 74
New York Mets (33-40) at Miami Marlins (36-36)

Pitching Probables:
Daisuke Matsuzaka (3-0) 2.81 ERA vs Henderson Alvarez (3-3) 2.56 ERA
TV - SNY - Radio - WOR 710 AM - First Pitch - 7:10 PM

Preview:

The New York Mets haven't generated much offense lately, but they haven't needed much while getting back-to-back gems from their starting pitchers.

They're hoping for another strong performance Friday night against the Miami Marlins, though they'll be up against Henderson Alvarez, who has been strong in his own right lately.

New York (33-40) has scored 11 runs in its last six games and just four in back-to-back victories. The Mets had lost five in a row at Miami before Thursday's 1-0 victory behind Zach Wheeler's three-hit shutout. They were a night removed from Bartolo Colon yielding one run over eight innings in a 3-2 win at St. Louis.

David Wright accounted for the lone run with a first-inning homer off Andrew Heaney, who was making his big league debut. Wright had gone 18 straight games without a home run before hitting two in his last three games.

Miami (36-36) hasn't been lighting up the scoreboard either after a 1-0 loss to the Cubs on Wednesday. The Marlins were tied with Atlanta for first place after June 5, but have since gone 4-8.

The Marlins are hoping for a dominant outing of their own Friday from Alvarez (3-3, 2.56 ERA). Miami has won each of his last six starts, though he's just 1-0 in that span despite a 1.60 ERA.

Alvarez has yielded only two runs over 32 innings in his last four home starts, a stretch that started with a six-hit shutout of the Mets on May 6. He also gave up two runs over six innings in a 4-3 loss at New York on April 25, though he didn't factor into the decision.

He's 3-0 with a 1.23 ERA in his last four against New York since allowing six runs and nine hits in his first matchup on May 20, 2012. Wright is 5 for 13 against him.

Daisuke Matsuzaka (3-0, 2.81) takes the mound for New York, hoping to go much deeper than his last start when he was bothered by a severely upset stomach. He threw just one inning Sunday against San Diego, allowing no runs, but also logged a scoreless inning of relief in Tuesday's loss at St. Louis.

Matsuzaka failed to retire any of the five batters he faced while blowing a save opportunity in a 4-3 defeat in Miami on May 5.

Giancarlo Stanton rejoined the Marlins' lineup after exiting Wednesday's defeat with a bruised left wrist. The NL leader in home runs with 20, Stanton had gone deep three times in six games before going 0 for 3 and striking out twice Thursday.

Curtis Granderson, who is batting .160 in seven games versus Miami this season, is 3 for 19 against Alvarez with six strikeouts.

These teams have combined for just 26 runs in their last seven meetings at Marlins Park.

Batter/Pitcher Splits:

Happy Recap: Game 73 - Mets (1) at Marlins (0) - Wheeler tosses his first shutout


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W: Z. Wheeler (3-7) L: A. Heaney (0-1)
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Recap:

Zack Wheeler and the New York Mets got the best of Andrew Heaney during the Marlins prospect's major-league debut.

Wheeler tossed his first shutout and made David Wright's first-inning home run hold up in the Mets' 1-0 victory over Miami on Thursday night.

Wheeler (3-7) outdueled Heaney in the longest outing of the Mets starter's career.

New York, which won at St. Louis on Wednesday, has consecutive victories for the first time since a three-game streak from May 31-June 2. The Mets had dropped eight straight on the road before Wednesday.

Wheeler, the No. 6 pick in the 2009 draft, struck out eight. He allowed three hits and one walk, and 70 of his 111 pitches were strikes.

He pitched to only one batter over the minimum and was helped by three double plays.

The 24-year old right-hander lowered his ERA to 0.96 in four starts against the Marlins.

Heaney (0-1) gave up four hits in six innings, allowing only Wright's home run. The 23-year old lefty, the ninth pick in the 2012 draft, struck out three and walked one.

It was a battle between two young starters that could see a lot of each other in coming years in the NL East.

Heaney allowed an infield hit to Eric Young, Jr. to begin the game, but got Daniel Murphy to bounce into a double play. Wright then hit his sixth homer of the season off the sculpture in deep left-center field.

No one else got into scoring position against Heaney.

Bryan Morris relieved Heaney in the seventh and faced a bases loaded situation, but he got Wheeler to ground out and end the threat.

Wheeler, who made his much-anticipated debut a year and a day before Heaney, complimented his mound opponent.

Kevin Gregg pitched the ninth in his season debut with Miami. He earned 61 saves for the Marlins in 2007-08.

Reed Johnson singled in the ninth off Wheeler with two outs, but Rafael Furcal lined out to center to end the game. Wheeler threw a 95 mph fastball on his final pitch.

Notes

Mets OF Kirk Nieuwenhuis was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas, and OF Matt den Dekker was optioned to Las Vegas. ... Marlins slugger RF Giancarlo Stanton went 0 for 3 with two strikeouts after coming out of Wednesday's game because of a bruised left wrist. ... New York will send RHP Daisuke Matsuzaka (3-0, 2.81) to the mound on Friday against Miami RHP Henderson Alvarez (3-3, 2.56).

Box Score:

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Tonight's #Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 73


Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Marlins - Game 73

1. Eric Young Jr. (S) LF
2. Daniel Murphy (L) 2B
3. David Wright (R) 3B
4. Eric Campbell (R) 1B
5. Curtis Granderson (L) RF
6. Chris Young (R) CF
7. Taylor Teagarden (R) C
8. Ruben Tejada (R) SS
9. Zack Wheeler (L) P

Preview: Game 73 - Mets at Marlins - Wheeler vs Heaney (MLB Debut)


Preview: Game 73
New York Mets (32-40) at Miami Marlins (36-35)

Probable Pitchers:
Zack Wheeler (2-7) 4.38 ERA vs Andrew Heaney (Major League Debut)
TV - SNY - Radio - 710 AM - First Pitch - 7:10 PM

Preview:

Miami is turning to another of its top prospects to hopefully give a boost to a struggling rotation.

Andrew Heaney makes his major league debut Thursday night as the Marlins open a four-game series with the visiting New York Mets.

Fernandez went 4-2 with a 2.44 ERA in eight starts through May 9 before needing Tommy John surgery as Miami's starting pitchers ranked seventh in the majors with a 3.22 ERA.

Marlins starters have posted a 4.93 ERA since Fernandez's injury, though, and have allowed at least four runs in seven of the last eight games to bring the rotation's ERA up to 4.04 -- the first time it's been above 4.00 since mid-April.

Miami (36-35) has dropped seven of nine overall after falling 6-1 to the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday, and it will see if Heaney can help the team snap out of its funk.

The left-hander is considered Miami's top prospect after being selected ninth in the 2012 draft out of Oklahoma State. He went 3-0 with a 2.74 ERA in four starts with Triple-A New Orleans this season after being promoted from Double-A.

Giancarlo Stanton has been the main catalyst for Miami's success to date, leading the NL with 20 homers and 57 RBIs. He bruised his left wrist chasing a ball against the fence in the first Wednesday, then homered in the bottom of the inning.

Stanton, who hasn't missed a game this season, had to leave in the sixth but he expects to be in the lineup for this contest.

Stanton scored on Marcell Ozuna's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth May 7 to give the Marlins a 1-0 victory and three-game home sweep of the Mets (32-40).

New York had dropped 11 of 14 before holding on for a 3-2 win over St. Louis on Wednesday. Eric Young had a pair of RBI doubles to help the Mets end an eight-game road losing streak.

Zack Wheeler (2-7, 4.38 ERA) will take the mound Thursday looking to snap out of a funk.

Wheeler has dropped his last two starts, giving up four runs and six hits in 3 2/3 innings of a 6-4 loss at San Francisco on June 8 before having the same line through five innings of Saturday's 5-0 defeat to San Diego.

The right-hander went 1-1 with a 1.37 ERA over his previous three outings.

He's walked eight in two starts against the Marlins this season but has pitched well overall. Wheeler gave up one run and struck out 10 in six innings of New York's 4-3 walkoff win April 25 before allowing two hits and striking out seven in six scoreless innings of the Mets' loss May 7.

Batter/Pitcher Splits:
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