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Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Myself (Tony Piraro), Dave Lezotte and Tony Schiavone can not thank you, the fans and supporters, enough for the support and commitment to not only your Gwinnett Braves, but to our G-Blog as well. Thank you, everyone! The G-Blog just made Major League Baseball’s Top 50 MLB Blogs at the No. 31 spot on the list. For the month of May alone, “The G-Blog” had nearly 5,000 views and our viewership is growing daily.

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No matter what, we couldn’t do it without our Gwinnett Braves. The International League South leading G-Braves have done most of the heavy lifting for us this season, as their impressive peripherals speak volumes. Regardless, we have had a great deal of action here at Coolray Field in the last two months, since the season began on April 3, with the highly anticipated Exhibition Game between the Braves Top Prospects and the Atlanta Braves.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

It has been a whirlwind ever since the Braves All-Star Game with so many new and exciting events around every corner. Tim Hudson graced the Gwinnett faithful with his presence twice, as he started in front of a frenzied Coolray Field crowd for two victories. John Smoltz stopped by for his book signing of Starting and Closing and then sat down with me for a lengthy 3-part interview. We have seen five G-Braves make their accession to the next level with the Atlanta Braves or another Major League organization. We witnessed the incredible “Memorial Day Miracle” where the G-Braves scored six runs in their final at-bat to win 9-8 on Memorial Day against Lehigh Valley among other countless memories…

The great part is that the baseball season still has three months left, and then some. With the talent that the G-Braves possess, we could be in for a very exciting finish. Either way, all of us here with the G-Braves couldn’t do it without you, the fans. We appreciate your time and commitment to us, it never goes unnoticed. Thank you again for your support and we are striving to make The G-Blog better with each passing day. Stay tuned all season long for every piece of information on your Gwinnett Braves.

By: Tony Piraro

G-Braves Seeking Sixth Straight Win Wednesday

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Following the “Memorial Day Miracle” on Monday night, the Gwinnett Braves took it easy on Tuesday as they defeated Lehigh Valley 4-0 from Coolray Field. Yohan Flande was brilliant for his second win of the season and first since April 14, working seven scoreless innings against the ‘Pigs. A three-run fourth inning was all the offense Gwinnett’s pitchers needed as they cruised to their 32nd win of the season in two hours and 12 minutes. With the victory, the G-Braves extended their win-streak to five games and the IronPigs extended their losing-streak to six games as they have fallen from second place in the IL North to fourth in a matter of days.

Stefan Gartrell posted the only multi-hit game for either side, going 2-for-4 with a run scored. After hitting just .165 in April, Gartrell is batting .340 in May, raising his season average to .263.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Wednesday night is another “Winning Wednesday” at Coolray Field, sponsored by Georgia Lottery. If the G-Braves are victorious, everyone in attendance will receive a special discount offer on future games. It’s also a Tyson® Chicken Wednesday presented by Tyson® Any’tizers® snacks.

Tickets for all Gwinnett Braves home games are on sale now at the Coolray Field Box Office. Call (678) 277-0340 or visit GwinnettBraves.com for more information.

Lehigh Valley (28-24, 4th IL North) vs Gwinnett (32-20, 1st IL South) 

The IronPigs are in Georgia for just four days as the two teams face-off for the first time in 2012. Currently, Lehigh Valley is tied for third place in the IL South alongside Scranton, the New York Yankees affiliate. Aside from the three-game win streak for the G-Braves, they are 5-5 in their last 10 games and 17-8 at home this year.

Wednesday, May 29 Starting Line-up from Coolray Field in Lawrenceville, Georgia:

The Gwinnett Braves (32-20) continue their 10-game homestand with the third of four games against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs (28-24) on Wednesday night at Coolray Field, first pitch scheduled for 7:05 PM. Right-hander Eric Junge (3-4, 4.44) is set to start for Gwinnett against Lehigh Valley left-hander Tom Cochran (2-1, 4.55). Hall-of-Famer Ryne Sandberg is the manager of the Lehigh Valley ballclub and is looking to get his troops going on Wednesday as they have lost six straight games. The game will be broadcast on radio on WDUN 550 AM and 102.9 FM with Tony Schiavone calling the play-by-play.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Lehigh Valley IronPigs Batting Order:

1) SS – Andres Blanco

2) 2B – Kevin Frandsen

3) CF – Domonic Brown

4) C – John Suomi

5) 1B – Cody Overbeck

6) RF – Steve Susdorf

7) CF – Derrick Mitchell

8) 3B – Tug Hulett

9) P – Tom Cochran

G-Braves Batting Order

1) CF – Luis Durango

2) RF – Felix Pie

3) RF – Stefan Garter

4) 1B – Ernesto Media

5) 3B – Joey Terdoslavich

6) SS – Josh Wilson

7) C – Shawn McGill

8) 2B – Greg Paiml

9) P – Eric Junge

By: Tony Piraro

Zawadzki’s Walk-off Completes Miracle Comeback

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

16 hours after one of the most improbable comeback’s in Gwinnett Braves history, shock and disbelief is still surrounding Coolray Field. The Lehigh Valley IronPigs were up 8-0 at one point in the game on Memorial Day and led the G-Braves 8-3 heading to the bottom of the ninth inning. There is no way a Ryne Sandberg led ‘Pigs team would ever blow a five-run lead with just three outs remaining, right? Well, Lance Zawadzki emphatically disagreed with that question, as he blasted a two-out, three-run walk-off home run for the G-Braves 31st victory of the season.

Ernesto Mejia doubled in Christian Marrero for the first run of the ninth inning, and Joey Terdoslavich added an RBI single scoring Stefan Gartrell. Then Jose Yepez singled through the left side of the diamond to score Mejia, cutting the deficit to two. With Gwinnett trailing 8-6 and down to their last out, the table was set for Zawadzki. The second baseman belted a 0-1 pitch from IronPigs’ reliever Michael Schwimer onto the right-field berm for his first home run of the season, capping the six-run comeback and giving the G-Braves their fifth walk-off win of the season.

Zawadzki finished 3-for-5 with five RBIs on the night, the most by a G-Brave in a single game this season. His home run, along with a two-run single in the sixth, helped Gwinnett match their largest come-from-behind victory of the season. The club also rallied from an eight-run deficit to beat Norfolk, 14-12 in 11 innings, on April 11 in Norfolk, VA. Marrero also belted a pinch-hit solo home run off Lehigh Valley starter Dave Bush to help the G-Braves get rolling in the sixth.

The six-run scoring barrage wasn’t even the biggest comeback of the season for the G-Braves in their final at-bat. Just days into the 2012 season, Gwinnett found themselves down seven runs entering the ninth inning on April 11, in Norfolk. Somehow, the visiting G-Braves scored seven runs as Jose Constanza delivered the game-tying hit in the ninth alongside the game-winning hit in the 12th inning.

Photo courtesy of Karl Moore

Five Gwinnett Braves have recorded a walk-off winner this season, all different players:

Drew Sutton roped an extra inning, game-winning double against Norfolk in the early part of the season for the G-Braves first of five walk-off winners.

Stefan Gartrell blasted a walk-off home run against Buffalo in the 12th inning for the first win of the season for Gwinnett against Wally Backman’s Bisons’.

The very next game Luis Durango stole the show as he roped a two-out RBI single that defeated Toledo in the first game of a doubleheader from Coolray Field.

Later in the series against Toledo, in which the G-Braves won four of the five games against the Mud Hens, Jose Yepez lifted a sacrifice fly ball that scored the game-winning run from third base in the first game of the second doubleheader in the series.

And now, all the attention surrounds G-Braves’ newcomer Zawadzki who finished 3-for-5 with five RBIs on the night, the most by a G-Brave in a single game this season. His home run, along with a two-run single in the sixth, helped Gwinnett match their largest come-from-behind victory of the season and left the people of Gwinnett county in a frenzy. Marrero also belted a pinch-hit solo home run off Lehigh Valley starter Dave Bush to help the G-Braves get rolling in the sixth. It was the G-Braves first pinch-hit home run of the 2012 season.

The International League South-leading G-Braves (31-20) continue their 10-game homestand with the second of four games against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs (28-23) on Tuesday night at Coolray Field, first pitch scheduled for 7:05 PM. Left-hander Yohan Flande (1-3, 3.97) is slated to start for Gwinnett against Lehigh Valley left-hander Pat Misch (3-6, 5.44). The game will be broadcast on radio on WDUN 550 AM and 102.9 FM with Tony Schiavone calling the play-by-play.

By: Tony Piraro

J.C. Boscan Filling In For McCann With Atlanta

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Yet another Gwinnett Brave has made the ascension to the big leagues during the 2012 season. G-Braves catcher J.C. Boscan was called up on Saturday afternoon by the Atlanta Braves as Brian McCann is dealing with some injuries. Needless to say, Boscan was in the Atlanta Braves starting line-up upon his arrival.

Low and behold, Boscan’s first Major League at-bat of the season came against none other than the Washington Nationals flamethrower Stephen Strasburg. The Nats righty actually allowed an RBI groundout to Boscan in his first plate appearance. Sunday night, Boscan found himself facing another ace of most staff’s in baseball in the form of Gio Gonzalez.

G-Braves second baseman Drew Sutton was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates last week, then in turn was dealt to the Tampa Bay Rays later that night. Joe Maddon waisted little time playing Sutton, as he got the start in his second game with the Rays. The former G-Brave didn’t disappoint going 2-for-4 in his first two games, while accumulating three RBI over that span. Currently, Sutton is batting .500 with Tampa Bay (6-for-12) so far this season and recorded hits over the weekend against Jon Lester and Josh Beckett.

Photo courtesy of Karl Moore

Cory Gearrin was the first Gwinnett Brave to receive the call to the big leagues this season. The G-Braves closer who leads the team with six saves was called up for the demotion of Jair Jurrjens, but was sent back down after the Braves activated Tim Hudson.

The fourth G-Brave to play in the Major League’s this season is by default from a Gwinnett perspective. Mauro Gomez was traded by the Atlanta Braves organization to the Boston Red Sox prior to the start of the season. Gomez didn’t waist much time in Triple-A Pawtucket, as he was called up to Boston for two games. The former Gwinnett slugger received just two at-bats and failed to get a hit in both plate appearances.

The first place G-Braves are boasting a wealth of talent and it’s only a matter of time before more Gwinnett players are ready for their ascension to the big leagues. These four players are just the beginning of what should be a long list moving forward.

By: Tony Piraro

Julio Teheran Set For Memorial Day Fireworks

5.28.12 GBraves Game Notes

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

The No. 1 pitching prospect in the Atlanta Braves organization according to Baseball America and MLB.com is ready to set off some early fireworks for the Gwinnett Braves on Memorial Day. Julio Teheran (4-2, 2.98) will take the mound for the G-Braves against former Major Leaguer and current Lehigh Valley IronPig right-hander Dave Bush (4-3, 2.73) for a 7:05 p.m. scheduled first pitch from Coolray Field.

The Gwinnett Braves honor Memorial Day on Monday night at Coolray Field with players and coaches wearing special camouflage jerseys sponsored by Kipper Tool. Those jerseys will be auctioned off following the game, with proceeds benefitting Fisher House. A special Memorial Day Fireworks extravaganza follows the game. Monday night is also another Kids Eat Free Monday, where all kids 12 and under will receive a voucher for a free hot dog, bag of chips and a small soda.

The IL South leading G-Braves (30-20) boast the second best record in the International League as they prepare to face the Philadelphia Phillies Triple-A affiliate. Lehigh Valley (28-22) is in town for four games at Coolray Field as the two teams play each other just eight times this season. The next match-up will take place in Pennsylvania from June 5-8 amidst a four-game season series finale, barring a playoff match-up.

Sunday afternoon Jair Jurrjens was brilliant against the Rochester Red Wings for eight scoreless innings en route to his third win with Gwinnett. It was a pitchers duel as the G-Braves snuck past the Twins affiliate 1-0 from Coolray Field. With the win, Gwinnett extended their win-streak to three games as they defeated Rochester in the four-game series with three wins and won the overall season series 5-3. Christian Marrero drove in the lone run of the game on his triple, scoring Ernesto Mejia all the way from first base.

Photo courtesy of Chris Roughgarden

Lehigh Valley (28-22, T-2nd IL North) vs Gwinnett (30-20, 1st IL South) 

The IronPigs are in Georgia for just four days as the two teams face-off for the first time in 2012. Currently, Lehigh Valley is tied for second place in the IL South alongside Buffalo, the Mets affiliate who defeated Gwinnett in their season series this year 6-2. Aside from the three-game win streak for the G-Braves, they are 5-5 in their last 10 games and 17-8 at home this year.

Memorial Day – Monday, May 28 Starting Line-up from Coolray Field in Lawrenceville, Georgia:

Julio Teheran (4-2, 2.98) will take the mound for the G-Braves against former Major Leaguer and current Lehigh Valley IronPig righty Dave Bush (4-3, 2.73) for a 7:05 p.m. scheduled first pitch from Coolray Field. This series features two National League teams, therefore the pitchers will be hitting in all four games. The game will be broadcast on WDUN 550 AM and 102.9 FM with Tony Schiavone calling the play-by-play.

Photo courtesy of Daniel Hamby

Lehigh Valley IronPigs Batting Order:

1) CF – Kyle Hudson

2) 2B – Kevin Frandsen

3) LF – Domonic Brown

4) C – John Suomi

5) RF – Steve Susdorf

6) 1B – Cody Overbeck

7) 3B – Tim Kennelly

8) SS – Andres Blanco

9) P – Dave Bush

G-Braves Batting Order

1) LF – Jose Constanza

2) CF – Luis Durango

3) RF – Stefan Gartrell

4) 1B – Ernesto Mejia

5) 3B – Joey Terdoslavich

6) C – Jose Yepez

7) SS – Josh Wilson

8) 2B – Lance Zawadzki

9) P – Julio Teheran

By: Tony Piraro

Memorial Day Spectacular From Coolray Field

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

The Gwinnett Braves honor Memorial Day on Monday night at Coolray Field with players and coaches wearing special camouflage jerseys sponsored by Kipper Tool. Those jerseys will be auctioned off following the game, with proceeds benefitting Fisher House. A special Memorial Day Fireworks extravaganza follows the game. Monday night is also another Kids Eat Free Monday, where all kids 12 and under will receive a voucher for a free hot dog, bag of chips and a small soda.

The G-Braves continue the homestand as they begin a four-game series against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs on Monday night at Coolray Field, first pitch scheduled for 7:05 PM. Right-hander Julio Teheran (4-2, 2.98) is scheduled to start for Gwinnett, while Lehigh Valley counters with right-hander Dave Bush (4-3, 2.73). The game will be broadcast on radio on WDUN 550 AM and 102.9 FM with Tony Schiavone calling the play-by-play. The television broadcast will air live on CSS.

Tickets for all Gwinnett Braves home games are on sale now at the Coolray Field Box Office. Call (678) 277-0340 or visit GwinnettBraves.com for more information.

By: Tony Piraro

Mother’s Day Diamond Dig Rescheduled For Today

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Sunday is Family Sunday, featuring pregame catch in the outfield and a post-game kids base run for children 12 and under. Sunday is also the makeup date for the postponed Diamond Dig, originally scheduled for May 13. Select ladies will have an opportunity to dig for a pair of diamond earrings following the conclusion of Sunday’s game between the G-Braves and Rochester Red Wings.

The Diamond Dig was originally scheduled for a Mother’s Day game against Toledo, but was postponed due to rain. The game has yet to be rescheduled because the G-Braves and Toledo are not supposed to play each the rest of the 2012 regular season, but depending on the playoff picture could have the game made up near the end of the year if necessary. Either way, Sunday should provide a great deal of fun for all those involved, especially those lucky ladies fortunate enough to dig up a pair of diamond earrings.

The Gwinnett Braves will also be acknowledging the Gwinnett Senior Golden Games for the “I Have a Dream” themed community outreach day, recognizing organizations that grant wishes, dreams and opportunities for the youth, elderly, injured or sick.

Tickets for all Gwinnett Braves home games are on sale now at the Coolray Field Box Office. Call (678) 277-0340 or visit GwinnettBraves.com for more information.

By: Tony Piraro

Jair Jurrjens Ready To Roll Rochester Sunday

5.27.12 GBraves Game Notes

Photo courtesy of Karl Moore

The first place Gwinnett Braves (29-20) bats exploded Friday for 13 runs on 15 hits. A night prior Gwinnett accumulated eight total hits with Josh Wilson and Luis Durango accounting for six of them.

However, the G-Braves accumulated just six hits in the game on Saturday and still won, but scored four total runs in their defeat of the Rochester Red Wings, 4-2, from Coolray Field. Greg Paiml was the player of the game with two hits and three RBI alongside some stellar defense at shortstop as he led the G-Braves charge. The reigning International League Pitcher of the Week, Todd Redmond (W, 5-3) was solid in his 7.0 innings of work.

Photo courtesy of Daniel Hamby

Ernesto Mejia snapped his hit-streak at 13 games on Thursday, which is a season-high for any G-Brave hitter. The last Gwinnett Brave to record a hit-streak of similar measures was the 12-game streak by Tyler Pastornicky during his 2011 campaign with the G-Braves. Meanwhile, Barbaro Canizares owns the all-time hit streak mark in Gwinnett history with a 14-game streak.

Gwinnett is boasting both International League Players of the Week for the past week. Pitcher Todd Redmond received the IL Pitcher of the Week award, while Mejia walked away with the IL Batter of the Week. Both join teammate Stefan Gartrell as this years G-Braves recipients of the award this season. All three will be looking to shoulder the load as Gwinnett looks to start another impressive streak at home from Coolray Field.

Rochester Red Wings (20-28, 6th IL North) vs Gwinnett (29-20, 1st IL South) 

The Red Wings are in town for a four-game set as they continue their stretch of eight straight games against one another. The two teams split their four-game set in Rochester just days ago but Gwinnett has taken two of three at Coolray Field for the 4-3 season advantage entering their final game of the regular season on Sunday.

Sunday, May 27 Starting Line-up from Coolray Field in Lawrenceville, Georgia:

Jair Jurrjens (2-2, 6.10) will try and get things going in the right direction for the G-Braves as he opposes Rochester spot-starter righty Brendan Wise (0-1, 6.35). The G-Braves will be looking to extend their win-streak to three games for a 2:05 p.m. scheduled first pitch from Coolray Field. The game will be broadcast on WDUN 550 AM and 102.9 FM with Tony Schiavone calling the play-by-play.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Rochester Red Wings Batting Order:

1) Tsuyoshi Nishioka, DH

2) Pedro Florimon, SS

3) Danny Valencia, 3B

4) Wilkin Ramirez, RF

5) Sean Burroughs, 1B

6) Clete Thomas, CF

7) Michael Hollimon, 2B

8) Ray Chang, 2B

9) J.R. Towles, C

G-Braves Batting Order

1) Jose Constanza, LF

2) Felix Pie, RF

3) Stefan Gartrell, LF

4) Ernesto Mejia, DH

5) Christian Marrero, 1B

6) Joey Terdoslavich, 3B

7) Shawn McGill, C

8) Lance Zawadzki, 2B

9) Greg Paiml, SS

By: Tony Piraro

Yohan Flande Set To Face Twins Affiliate Thursday

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

The first place Gwinnett Braves (27-19) are coming off a 3-5 record on their latest road trip with the off-day on Wednesday. However, first place is the most important aspect the equation and the G-Braves have a three-game lead over the Charlotte Knights. The G-Brvaes begin a stretch of 10 games in their next 10 days from Coolray Field. With 99 games left in the regular season, Gwinnett is indeed approaching the “dog days of summer” in good position.

Gwinnett is boasting both International League Players of the Week for the past week. Pitcher Todd Redmond received the IL Pitcher of the Week award, while Ernesto Mejia walked away with the IL Batter of the Week. Both join teammate Stefan Gartrell as this years G-Braves recipients of the award this season. All three will be looking to shoulder the load as Gwinnett looks to start another impressive streak at home from Coolray Field.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Rochester Red Wings (19-26, 6th IL North) vs Gwinnett (27-19, 1st IL South) 

The Red Wings are in town for four more games with the G-Braves as they continue their stretch of eight straight games against one another. The two teams split their four-game set in Rochester just days ago.

Monday, May 24 Starting Line-up from Coolray Field in Lawrenceville, Georgia:

G-Braves southpaw Yohan Flande (1-3, 4.46) will make the start for Gwinnett as he will oppose Rochester righty Liam Hendriks (2-0, 1.93) scheduled for a 7:05 p.m. first pitch. Hendriks is ranked the No. 7 prospect in the Minnesota Twins organization according to Baseball America. The game will be broadcast on WDUN 550 AM and 102.9 FM with Tony Schiavone calling the play-by-play.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

Rochester Red Wings Batting Order:

1) Tsuyoshi Nishioka, DH

2) Pedro Florimon, SS

3) Wilkin Ramirez, LF

4) Danny Valencia, 3B

5) Sean Burroughs, 1B

6) Matt Carson, RF

7) Clete Thomas, CF

8) Ray Chang, 2B

9) J.R. Towles, C

G-Braves Batting Order

1) Jose Constanza, LF

2) Luis Durango, CF

3) Stefan Gartrell, RF

4) Ernesto Mejia, 1B

5) Christian Marrero, DH

6) Joey Terdoslavich, 3B

7) Josh Wilson, SS

8) J.C. Boscan, C

9) Lance Zawadski, 2B

By: Tony Piraro

G-Braves Sweep IL Player of the Week Awards

For the second and third time this season, a Gwinnett Brave has been awarded the International League Player of the Week. Presently for the week of May 14-20, Ernesto Mejia takes home the IL Batter of the Week and his teammate, pitcher Todd Redmond earned himself the IL Pitcher of the Week. Both men followed after Stefan Gartrell, the first Gwinnett player of the 2012 season to win a weekly award when he did so for the week of May 1-6.

Redmond went 2-0 with a 0.69 ERA in his two starts on the week, yielding just one run over 13.0 innings.  The Florida native blanked Buffalo over six innings in a 6-1 victory on May 15, then followed it up with a win at Rochester on May 20 in which he allowed a run over a season-high seven frames.  The Gwinnett starter won the IL Pitcher of the Week award on May 23, 2011 and has also won on July 4, 2010 and August 29, 2010.  For the season, he’s 4-3 with a 2.63 ERA in nine games, all starts for the G-Braves.

Photo courtesy of Leslie Watts

Mejia becomes the second Gwinnett Braves hitter to win the IL Batter of the Week award this season. The slugging first baseman recorded a hit in every game on the week, batting a league-best .464 (13-for-28) with four doubles, a triple, a home run, seven runs scored and seven RBI.  Mejia slugged .786 and posted a 1.250 OPS in seven games played.  For the season, he’s hitting .306 with six home runs and 31 RBI in 39 games.

Photo courtesy of Kyle Hess

The IL Weekly Award sweep by Redmond and Mejia is the first in Gwinnett Braves history.  The club has boasted nine previous IL Pitchers of the Week and seven previous IL Batters of the Week since 2009.  According to the IL’s official release, the last time the Braves’ Triple-A affiliate swept the weekly awards was August 24, 2008 when Corky Miller and James Parr did so representing the Richmond Braves.  Redmond, meanwhile, is one of just 11 pitchers to win the weekly award four times in International League history.

The Gwinnett Braves (26-19, 1st in IL South) conclude the four-game series and eight-game road trip today against the Rochester Red Wings (19-25, 6th in IL North).  First pitch at Frontier Field in Rochester, NY is scheduled for 11:05 AM.  Right-hander Julio Teheran (3-2, 3.31) will make the start for the G-Braves, while the Red Wings counter with right-hander Daryl Thompson (1-4, 4.42).  Tuesday’s game will be broadcast live on the MLB Network, alongside the G-Braves regularly scheduled broadcast on 1240 ESPN Radio in Gainesville, GA.

The G-Braves return home to Coolray Field to begin a 10-game homestand on Thursday, May 24.  Tickets to all home games are on sale now at the Coolray Field Box Office.  Call (678) 277-0340 or visit gwinnettbraves.com for more information.

By: Tony Piraro

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