Braves postgame quotes after clinching playoff berth

CHIPPER JONES

On if there was any doubt they’d get here:

“There was never any doubt. We knew that last year was somewhat of a fluke. We kind of got caught not really knowing what to expect. A lot of these guys they took the attitude of trying to hang on, this year we took the bull by the horns and we were like we were shooting for the stars. We’re still shooting for the division until they close us out. and we’ll let the wild card be a byproduct of finishing second and coming up short. But we’ve still got life.”

On how he missed home plate, with all the drama of the night:

“It’s a good question. I was in between sliding and standing up, nobody was telling me anything. I thought I might have got a toe on it but I wasn’t willing to walk off to the dugout, so I figured I better go back and tough home plate.”

On his feelings, what tonight means, his career, retirement decision:

“It makes it all worth it. I’m happier for these guys. We had a goal coming out of spring training and we’ve given ourselves an opportunity. That’s the biggest thing.”

On what this means after last year:

“It’s huge. A lot of vindication, a lot of relief in this clubhouse after last year for us to clinch a spot and give ourselves an opportunity at the postseason. That’s all you can ask for coming out of spring training every year.”

On having an impact all year, no different in ninth:

“You go up there every at-bat and you’re trying to be as tough an out as possible. I know in the ninth inning what I’ve got to do. I’ve got to pick out a good pitch and I’ve got to put a good swing on it and let the chips fall where they may from there. Luckily I split a gap. I know they were playing no doubles so I had to split the gap perfectly. It fell in, we got a break with the wild pitch and then Freddie put a great swing on a fastball.”

On some lessons learned from last September:

“Not to look in the rearview mirror. Keep looking out the front windshield. I think we got caught kind of looking in the rearview mirror and counting down the days and whatnot and that’s the wrong attitude to have. You’ve got to go out there and take the bull by the horns and shoot for the top of the division and let the wild card be a byproduct.”

On regaining lead for Medlen:

“He’s not going to be perfect. He pitched great. He made two mistakes the whole night, and a guy that hadn’t hit a home run all year, in his entire career, takes him deep twice. It just doesn’t make sense sometimes but I feel like as long as I’ve got an at-bat in the ninth, we’ve got a chance. I was lucky enough to set the table and Freddie Freeman mopped it up.”

On how satisfying:

“It’s great. I’ve done it before. I’m happy for these guys because they were the ones who were feeling it after last year. I’m extremely happy for some of these young guys, they were looking forward to a champagne bath last September and didn’t get to experience and this year they finally get to. They’re going to realize these are pretty fun so maybe it’s a little shot of adrenaline for them.”

FREDDIE FREEMAN

On the walkoff:

“This is the coolest thing that’s ever happened to me.”

On if still floating on air:

“I have yet to come down. I don’t think I’m going to come down tonight. Talk to me tomorrow to see if I’m still in the air. I probably will be.”

On Chipper leading off the ninth, feel like this is your night:

“You knew…Chipper has done it all year. That’s what he’s a Hall of Famer for. He got the rally started today. For us to win this game right now, how 2011, 2012 has come full circle it’s a great moment and it’s a great moment for this team. But we still have a long way to go because we’re not out of the division yet.”

On the sequence:

“I saw slider-slider-fastball. I was just trying to get the ball up, the ball in the air, trying to get a good pitch to hit. I sold out 1-0 thinking he was going to throw a fastball. He didn’t. He threw one 1-1 and I was able to get a good swing on it and hit one out of here to win this game.”

On no ambush:

“No. I was going to take a pitch because when I faced him in Miami, he threw first pitch slider. I took that same approach. I took a pitch just to see, and I guessed right. Like I said it’s the coolest thing that’s ever happened to me.”

On watching it out:

“Right when I hit it, I could just feel it going through. I knew I hit it good. I didn’t see it hooking at all. I saw backspin. I just can’t believe this right now. this is unbelievable.”

BRIAN MCCANN

On this might not erase last year but all you could do was move forward:

“I feel like it does erase it because basically it’s the same ball club. What we had to feel in the offseason, what we had to feel coming into spring training. We all came together and played really good baseball for six months and Chipper’s last year, I think this couldn’t be a better story. For him to lead off the ninth, get a double and then Freddie Free to take that pitch dead center field. People at home don’t know how hard that is to take a lefty to dead center. It’s been a great season.”

On fitting to see Chipper running in from third:

“It’s very fitting. When he lead off the ninth, we were all sitting there saying he’s going to do something special here. And he took a 94 mph fastball that was on the black and hit a ball to right center field on a line. It’s just been a remarkable year all the way around.”

On Medlen:

“He missed location on two pitches tonight, but other than that he’s been pretty remarkable.”

KRIS MEDLEN

On his outing:

“It’s not a bad outing when you can go back and look at two pitches that you threw that you regret. I just missed location with both of them. Tip your cap. First two home runs? Tip your cap, especially when he took me oppo. We were kinda just – we’ll just stay away from him and kind of dare him to take me that way and he took me that way in a big spot too. You’ve got to tip your cap. I felt like I was in somewhat control the whole game. I felt great. Chipper made a few good plays behind me. It was extremely exciting.”

On the value of keeping a game close:

“Yeah, they’re all stressful innings when you’re in a one-run game like that the entire time. You’ve just got to focus and try not to make a mistake. I made one to him late in the game with a guy on base. Dobbs did a great job of fighting off that two-seamer inside. It’s just one of those things and I had all the faith in the world in the guys. You’ve got Chipper leading off, that’s always a good start. You don’t know if he’s going to lay down a drag bunt or something and get things going. You always have faith when you have a guy like that leading off and a guy like Freddie behind him.”

On trying the streak:

“This was one of the better outings I’ve had during this little streak. I’ve given up four, given up five and guys just play their butts off and it’s gotten me to this little streak thing. I’m just excited. I’m excited, you give up a few runs and the guys battle back for me. I couldn’t be more happy.”

On the pressure coming into this game:

“There’s always pressure. You can clinch but we clinch an opportunity to try to clinch. It’s the way things are now. We’re happy to be there, especially the way things ended last year for us. Couldn’t be happier.”

On how excited he is to pitch in the postseason:

“I can’t explain it. 2010 I had to sit there and watch it which was no fun. I’m just really looking forward to it, and I’m looking forward to battling with these guys.”

On where he was when Freeman homered:

“Sitting in the seat (in the clubhouse). I said some things I probably shouldn’t have said in there, things that I would do if he hit a home run and he did. I am a man of my word but not really. Not to that extent. Like I said, you’ve got Chipper and Freddie, there’s an opportunity right there to do some damage and they did. I’m not lying when I say I knew that was going to happen.”

On how high he bounced:

“I was pretty high. It was one of those ones where it was either going to be a sac fly or it was going to hit the back of the hitters’ eye which it did. Either way, to get off the hook personally, great. Who cares? We won, the guys battled. It was awesome.”

On one of coolest moments of his life:

“Yeah, especially being a part of it. For chipper too, to be able to keep playing. Any extra games we can get for him, it’s a huge thing.”

On pitched two innings last year, Freeman threw helmet, things coming full circle:

“You can’t really win consistently until you lose. You’ve got to have that heartbreak to know how to react in certain situations and how to bounce back. It’s huge for us to be in this situation, especially since the way things ended last year. Losing’s a big part of being able to win and that’s what we’re doing so far. We’ve still got some games to go. Whoever it is we’re going to play we’ll be prepared.”

On attacking September:

“You see MLB Network and all that stuff, showing film from last year and talking about September. Of course it’s in your head, but we’re a different team this year. We already went through that. We know how to react to the negative and turn it into positive. That’s what we’ve done all year. We’ve had eight-game losing streak, eight-game winning streak, we’ve kind of just been up and down all year but for the most part we’ve been pretty consistent, if that makes any sense.”

FREDI GONZALEZ

On how he feels when moment comes:

“You don’t know whether to laugh or cry or look for somebody to hug or slap on the back. It’s special and you’ve got to give a lot of credit to those guys out there after what we went through in September of last year and for him to come out and win 89 games and still have a chance to win a few more and still try to get a division. Those guys are awesome.”

On if eyes are red from champagne or something else:

“Probably champagne. Grown men don’t cry.”

On battling back:

“And Med pitched a great game. He gave up the two home runs to Solano. We knew going in he was their hottest hitter and he proved it tonight. Chipper with a double to lead off the ninth, big moment and Freeman was outstanding to hit the ball to straightaway center like that. Real proud of the guys. I know it’s going to be a difficult task but let’s just keep going and see if we can catch them.”

On if heard from Bobby Cox:

“He was the second phone call I made. I called Pam first, then I called him. It was good. I just listened a little bit. He’ll be down here a little later in the week.”

On Chipper’s impact:

“And he wants to keep playing. Every time he slides I cringe. We’ll keep playing him and keep running him out there maybe limit him to a couple at-bats. I know the fans want to see himi play and he wants to play for the fans but maybe we’ll back off a little bit here in the next couple days.”

63 comments Add your comment

Brandon

September 25th, 2012
11:17 pm

GO BRAVES!!!

Kelly

September 25th, 2012
11:20 pm

Choptober here we come! Let’s go Braves!

Venice Jim

September 25th, 2012
11:24 pm

Well done, CR!!!

Animus

September 25th, 2012
11:29 pm

Thanks CR – I look forward to the quotes after each game. Hope you get the tangles out :lol:

Michael

September 25th, 2012
11:39 pm

Braves have made it very interesting! Let’s see how they catch and pass NATS!

Mister Frisky

September 25th, 2012
11:41 pm

GO BRAVES!STILL FIRE FG!

ChipperisGod

September 25th, 2012
11:42 pm

Amazing way to win. Fredi was about to cry when Brian Jordan was interviewing him. Poor guy has been under so much scrutiny from the fans, media for last year, and I know I’ve ripped him many times. But he’s made adjustments this year. He’s managed the bullpen better, he doesn’t let things just happen to him as much anymore. He reacts and adjusts much better this year than last year.

Sure he could make a better move here, better move there, says some absent minded stuff, doesn’t always think through or thoroughly evaluate every scenario, sometimes too loyal to underperforming players, but overall, he’s done a good job this year. Much improved. I will TIP MY CAP to Fredi for a job well done.

Win for the Chipper!!!! Can’t wait to go to the Ted on Sunday! Go Braves!

PaulG

September 26th, 2012
12:02 am

It’s been a great team down the stretch …..great stuff……anybody recall the blogs at the beginning of the season? After a couple of losing streaks?…..c’mon aunt blabbys, lets hear from you again…..admit your impulsivity & stupidity

David O'Brien

September 26th, 2012
12:08 am

GO BRAVES!STILL FIRE FG! — Mister Frisky

I’d say he has a whole lot better chance of finishing in the top three for NL Manager of the Year than he does of being fired.

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
12:14 am

Fantastic job Bravos!! This TEAM is awesome.

Lets get the Gnats….

GO BRAVES!!!

Brave Decisions

September 26th, 2012
12:14 am

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Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
12:15 am

“It ain’t over, til it’s over!!”
Yogi Berra

GO BRAVES!!!

Train Wreck Bystander

September 26th, 2012
12:18 am

The great unstated fact about tonight is that the Nats lost. I hope they saved a few bottles for a real celebration!

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
12:19 am

DOB….Thanks for all yours, and Carroll’s great coverage of our Braves.

I hope you both have dry clothes!! ;-)

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
12:30 am

Thanks to Curtis Compton for great photos of the game, and celebration!!

I hope we keep you clicking for many weeks to come…..

GO BRAVES!!!

Carroll Rogers

September 26th, 2012
12:30 am

Quack Quack, the windbreaker helped. my main concern was my tape recorder! Good thing Chipper is a fairly towering figure because i ducked behind him for a while to avoid collateral damage.

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
12:49 am

@Carroll Rogers…He is a rather imposing figure on and off the field. ;-)

For real, thanks for all the great articles this season, and it ain’t over yet, Better get a cover for the recorder when we do another clinch real soon!!

GO BRAVES!!!

Jerry Willard

September 26th, 2012
12:55 am

Jip you’re the Doosh! Fredi G has done a very good job.
Go Braves!

bravofan

September 26th, 2012
1:04 am

Jip what a moron u are for even speaking. DOB is right and you still have wee man complex and probably live a very lonely life alone because no one would but up up with a douche as big as you! Thanks DOB for all you do its a shame there are people lime this in the world! Go BRAVOS!!! Cant wait for postseason coverage!

Tessa

September 26th, 2012
1:15 am

Quack Quack, are you a fan of Big Brother? So proud of the Braves! Catching the Nats will be difficult and will require a lot of good luck for the braves and bad for the Nats but I can’t help but feel hope and excitement lurking behind my doubt.

Darryl Blackberry

September 26th, 2012
3:16 am

Fredi’s definitely made all of the necessary adjustments in the second half. I’m still not entirely sold on his use of pinch hitters and his all-too-optimistic approach in interviews…but then again, Bobby Cox did the same type of thing, and he did more than all right.

not 2011

September 26th, 2012
3:25 am

Freddie haters, get the *&%^$% out of my face.

HOF 10

September 26th, 2012
4:09 am

What a year so far. Chipper is the main story, but Medlen is right there, seemingly a great kid, certainly a great “little streak thing” going, and a chance to stand alone at 23 straight on Chipper’s final regular-season home game. Pitching that game will give him the feel of starting before a full house, which he’ll do again on Oct. 5. Barring a miracle, and if there ever was a year to seriously consider overcoming a 4-game deficit with 8 to play, this is it.

bravesgrl4life

September 26th, 2012
5:33 am

I’m still jacked over this game!!! Watching video and reading the quotes, I’m crying tears of sweet joy!! Friday is going to be emotional, but I cannot wait for it to get here!!!

CHIPPER! UGGLA! MEDLEN!

And, ladies and gents, FUTURE MVP FAB 5 FREDDIE FREEMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pj

September 26th, 2012
6:11 am

Can’t wait to see Medlen hurl it against the cardinals. We need 6 beautiful innings and its over – and it’ll be at the Ted!
With Strasburg out, Hudson, minor medlen and malholm give us a remarkably good shot at winning the whole shibang!

phredd

September 26th, 2012
7:03 am

Jasons Shrinking Waist

September 26th, 2012
7:33 am

Isnt it funny how this blog got alot smaller after the Braves started winning and now are heading to the playoffs?? WHere did everyone go?? LOL

Kat

September 26th, 2012
7:48 am

Thanks Carroll for the quotes, it’s awesome for us fans who don’t get local coverage and are unable to watch the post game interviews on tv. Thanks again and see you in the playoffs!

SpideyMatt

September 26th, 2012
8:23 am

Ridin’ high today after the excitement last night!!! Carroll and DOB, great work as always. It looked like an absolute blast watching the celebration on TV last night.

Freeman’s blast. . . Medlen. . . The guys faces as they waited for Freeman to round the bases. . . all amazing, but the clip I absolutely can’t get enough of is Chipper’s 90 foot trot from third to home with his fist in the air. LOVE IT!!!

GO BRAVES!!!

Red Crusher Xtreme

September 26th, 2012
8:23 am

Why celebrate the Wild Card. They have to face the Cardinals in a one game playoff. For one of these teams the champagne celebration will be wasted.

Scrimpster

September 26th, 2012
8:25 am

Dem Brave won. Dey weres jump and dance round like prom queenz. Dem Nats gunna sweep da floor wiff em. Watch whut I say.

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
9:10 am

@Tessa….Big Brother, as in intrusive government, or the TV show? Either way, no!

All you haters…remember last season when it seemed impossible to lose an 8 1/2 wild card game lead? Well that’s behind us now, so to me, 4 games back to win the division seems to be our next goal.

GO BRAVES!!!

Scrimpster

September 26th, 2012
9:22 am

Braves celebrating winning Wild Card is like Falcons celebrating making playoffs which they don’t do. I’ve never found happiness in finishing 2nd. Most other athletes don’t either.

Troy Of Troy

September 26th, 2012
9:26 am

What’s the Braves head to head record against the Cardinals this year ? Probably gonna face Kyle Lohse.

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
9:26 am

Speaking of Falcons….It was sure nice to open my AJC, and NOT see any Braves players leaving jail after last nights celebration. ;-)

GO FALCONS!!!

GO BRAVES!!!

Quack Quack

September 26th, 2012
9:29 am

@ Scrimpster…Maybe they just had a lot of left over champagne from last season. Why not celebrate?

JoshTown

September 26th, 2012
9:39 am

Can’t. Stop. Smiling.

JoeBravesFan

September 26th, 2012
9:56 am

Incredible victory! This will be a really cool way to bookend Chipper’s career…a WS Title in his rookie year and in his final season! GO BRAVES! Ride this wave all the way to a World Series Championship!

Big Time Fan

September 26th, 2012
10:09 am

@scrimster- your comments are as accurate as your account of Falcons’ history. They made the playoffs the last 2 years. Go crawl under dem rocks you were under .

David O'Brien

September 26th, 2012
10:33 am

Freeman’s blast. . . Medlen. . . The guys faces as they waited for Freeman to round the bases. . . all amazing, but the clip I absolutely can’t get enough of is Chipper’s 90 foot trot from third to home with his fist in the air. LOVE IT!!! — SpideyMatt

He had the look of sheer, unfiltered joy, didn’t he? Man, the look on his face, and on the guys’ faces at home plate as they waited for Freeman, was the stuff that makes sports so wonderful, and so unlike anything else.

Tumbledown

September 26th, 2012
10:34 am

Scrimster – Braves celebrating winning Wild Card is like Falcons celebrating making playoffs which they don’t do. I’ve never found happiness in finishing 2nd. Most other athletes don’t either.

I thought I would point out something interesting. History shows that Wild Card teams (see 1997, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2011, and maybe more years) have gone on to win the World Series, which I believe constitutes finishing 1st. Braves are celebrating their achievement to date which gives them an opportunity to ultimately finish 1st. I reject your negative spin.

Lobosolo

September 26th, 2012
10:47 am

ChipperisGod, I’m sure Fredi is resting easy knowing he has your approval for his job…. I’m sure you have the requisite tenure as a player/manager on the major league level to be criticizing another… How’s your team doing so far? DOB is right… Fredi is a young manager and is learning from every game like folks able to learn ought to do… He will most likely be in the top three when Manager of the Year is considered… Never ceases to amaze how many armchair 20/20’s even think they have a sideways reason to be criticizing in an area that not a single one is even remotely qualified for…

Barbara

September 26th, 2012
10:59 am

Hey man don’t knock them for celebrating the wild card after what happened last year. We still need more hitting with runners on base. Hope we get Bourn back soon Reed doesn’t seem to cut it. Overbay is a waste as well as Hinskie. Need to use Jose and Francisco more. Prado is the MVP of the Braves this year. Would love to have more of him. GO BRAVES You can overcome the Nats just think positive.

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The Brave Californian

September 26th, 2012
11:45 am

Now if only they hadn’t blown that series against the Brewers. Sweep there and we’re just a game behind the Gnats!

Pete and Repete?

September 26th, 2012
12:01 pm

@Brave Californian- The word “if” is one of the biggest in sports and in life. Get over it, the Brewers at the time were playing the best baseball at the time and still are… Celebrate last night and enjoy…

Tumbledown

September 26th, 2012
12:17 pm

Now if only they hadn’t blown that series against the Brewers. Sweep there and we’re just a game behind the Gnats!

And if they hadn’t swept the “Gnats” the very next series, we would be completely out of any hope to tie or win the division. These types of arguments go both ways and we could go back in forth all day. Remember Parcells “You are what you are.”

reckingball

September 26th, 2012
12:54 pm

Ralph and/or his comrades,
enter your comments here

Bill Malone

September 26th, 2012
12:56 pm

Freeman’s blast. . . Medlen. . . The guys faces as they waited for Freeman to round the bases. . . all amazing, but the clip I absolutely can’t get enough of is Chipper’s 90 foot trot from third to home with his fist in the air. LOVE IT!!! — SpideyMatt

Absolutely… as DOB said, it’s “the stuff that makes sports so wonderful, and so unlike anything else.”

And I thought it was really special that the Braves came back out onto the field and spent some time celebrating with the fans. After all, without the fans, we’ve got no game!

Bill

September 26th, 2012
12:56 pm

DOB @ 10:33
Well said, The best on Chipper and the great sport of MLB.

Ron M

September 26th, 2012
2:04 pm

Its amazing how many folks earlier said Chipper should have already retired. I am telling you this when Chipper is gone next many more will wishing he was still playing. Baseball aint all a numbers game!!

Ron M

September 26th, 2012
2:04 pm

Its amazing how many folks earlier said Chipper should have already retired. I am telling you this when Chipper is gone next year many more will be wishing he was still playing. Baseball aint all a numbers game!!

Brock

September 26th, 2012
2:09 pm

I am excited they won but won what? A spot to play a game to get to the real playoffs? Look, the Braves are what, 6 games ahead of the Cards? Let’s say it stays like that. You’re telling me at the end of a great season and 6 games up in front of the next team to have a chance to get the WC, you have to play them one game? How ’bout this scenario. Let’s say the Braves end up winning the division. Does Washington play the Cards in the 1 game playoff? What if they lose and then you have the team with the best record (up to now) in baseball not make the playoffs. Would that be
right?

reckingball

September 26th, 2012
2:25 pm

Brock,……The way that I look at it, is, they won a chance to get to the WS.
I wish that they would have waited and added the 2nd WC next year, with a three game series, to see who advances.
But, it is what it is.
And from a marketing standpoint, I think that adding a 2nd WC is a good idea, as it keeps more teams and their fans(who are buying $$$$$tickets & TV sponsor’s products), in the picture for as long as possible toward the backend of the season.
go phillies

MikeInNashville

September 26th, 2012
2:26 pm

Brock, first wild card teams are playoff teams, and the wild card game is a playoff game. The Braves and Nationals are both in the playoffs whether one of them gets eliminated in the wild card game or not. It’s just more like the NFL playoffs or the NCAA basketball tourney, where all it takes is one loss to be eliminated.

The situation I am more worried about is what if the Nats and Braves tie. They have to play a one-game tiebreaker (in DC) and then the loser plays the wild card game. In that case, would you start Medlen for the tiebreaker game or hold him back for the wild card game/game 1 of the division series?

Tumbledown

September 26th, 2012
2:28 pm

Brock:

Was it right or fair for the Cardinals to get the Wild Card last year when the Braves had the better record until the last couple days of the season? Is it right or fair that a team that does not even win its division makes the playoffs or even as you say a “1 game playoff” to make “the real playoffs? Was it right or fair that the Cardinals won the 2011 World Series over six teams that won their respective divisions?

Is it right or fair that the NL and the AL are split up into three divisions when there used to be two divisions and, going further back, only one division? Wouldn’t it be more right or fair to go back to pre-1969 when the teams with the best record in the NL and AL make the World Series? Was it fair that Alabama got a chance to play for the NCAA football national championship when they did not even win the SEC? Is anything in this world right or fair?

Bobby's Chauffeur

September 26th, 2012
2:54 pm

Proud of the team for continuing to give it their all.. A great win. Mu only comment for Freddi …Late in the game I would like to see a pinch runner for McCann if he gets on base ….always fearful of him being doubled up and killing a rally. We have a strong line up and all it takes is for any 2 or 3 to carry the team any given day. Seven games to play.seems like just last week I was waiting for sppring training to begin. What a year!

Brock

September 26th, 2012
3:39 pm

Don’t get me wrong guys I like the 1 WC for each league but to add another is a little ridiculous. I think it starts to get watered down. I understand the Braves are in the playoffs but in baseball for it to be a 1 game series(is that even possible) just doesn’t sit well with me.

With the past WC teams I loved seeing them be the underdog and win (Marlins, Cards etc)

Mike- that situation could come about or the one I explained. And if the Nats WERE to lose on a 1 game WC game (my scenario) this year, how many Nats fans will be in favor of this new WC system? That and shutting down Strasburg, hell, they will lose their sh!t.

Brock

September 26th, 2012
3:41 pm

Tumbledown-Was it fair that Alabama got a chance to play for the NCAA football national championship when they did not even win the SEC?

Whatever ESPN says is fair it must be!

Tumbledown

September 26th, 2012
3:44 pm

Brock – I do agree with that.

Felipea Achoouaboo

September 26th, 2012
7:32 pm

I’mwith Scrimster. Don’t celebrate mediocrity. They acted like they won the NL pennant. If they lose to Cardinals they finish 5th in NL…..

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