TRADE: The Phillies today once again added to their pitching depth with Dan Straily from the Baltimore Orioles.
TRADE: The Padres acquired righty Carl Edwards Jt. from the Cubs for lefty Brad Wieck.
INTERESTING NOTES: The Yankees, whose starting pitching has an ERA nearing six for the season, did not acquire a single pitcher this deadline though GM Brian Cashman promised the fanbase that it’d be addressed. The Dodgers did not get their closer. The teams that normally count their riches and get wealthier didn’t do so, as players such as Felipe Vazquez and Madison Bumgarner stayed put.
TRADE UPDATE: The St. Louis Cardinals have acquired lefty reliever Tony Cingrani from the Dodgers as well as prospect Jeffry Abreu to complete the Jedd Gyorko trade.
MCCARTHY UPDATE: The Giants have sent over minor league pitcher Jacob Lopez, per Marc Topkin of the TB Times to complete the trade with the Rays for prospect Joe McCarthy.
GREINKE MONEY UPDATE: The Houston Astros will pay $53M of Zack Greinke’s remaining $89M on his deal. The Diamondbacks will eat the rest of the $24M.
TRADE: The Tampa Bay Rays have dealt the face of the Opener project Ryne Stanek as well as top prospect Jesus Sanchez for two reliever Nick Anderson and starting pitcher Trevor Richards.
MELANCON UPDATE: Tristan Beck, Atlanta’s #17 prospect, is heading to San Francisco. Atlanta’s bullpen got a needed facelift and only had to part way with 3 top 30 prospects within the organization.
DYSON UPDATE: The Twins are sending pitching prospects Kei-Wei Teng and Prelander Berroa, as well as outfield prospect Jaylin Davis to the SF Giants for Sam Dyson.
CASTELLANOS UPDATE: Craig Mish is reporting that Paul Richan and Alex Lange (2017 first-rounder) are heading to Detroit.
GREINKE UPDATE: Prospects Corbin Martin (#1 pitching prospect, Seth Beer, Josh Rojas and J.B. Bukauskas are heading to the desert in the Zack Greinke deal. Money is involved, but the number is unknown. Overall in the Astros system, the #3, #4 and #5 prospect went to Arizona.
SF TRADES: Sam Dyson, Giants reliever, has been traded to the Minnesota Twins. The Giants have traded for Scooter Gennett from the Cincinnati Reds. They have acquired top prospect Joe McCarthy from the Tampa Bay Rays. Nobody has reported what is going to Tampa Bay in return.
TRADE: Dodgers acquire reliever/opener Adam Kolarek from the Tampa Bay Rays. In return, the Rays get minor league outfielder Niko Hulsizer. This is obviously for Tampa just to clear a 40-man roster space.
TRADE: Former AL Cy Young Winner Zack Greinke is returning to the American League as he waives his no-trade clause to go to the Houston Astros. The future Hall of Fame ace has a stellar 2.87 ERA in a boombox Chase Field. He has 2 more years left on his contract.
TRADE: In a major move, the Cubs have acquired Nicholas Castellanos from the Tigers. The Tigers return isn’t known.
TRADE: The Diamondbacks have acquired Mike Leake from the Rangers per Jon Heyman.
TRADE: The Astros have acquired Aaron Sanchez from the Astros as well. Going in return will be Derek Fisher.
GREENE UPDATE: He is an Atlanta Brave. The Tigers acquired top prospects Joey Wentz and Travis Demeritte.
TRADE: The Astros have acquired reliever Joe Biagini from the Toronto Blue Jays.
REPORT: Joel Sherman is reporting that the Angels are on the verge of acquiring Max Stassi from the division rival Houston Astros. With the Astros acquiring Martin Maldonado today, Stassi no longer has a roster spot. The return isn’t known quite yet.
TRADE: Mark Melancon is another player heading to Atlanta. The veteran reliever has a 3.50 ERA on the season, but a 2.82 lifetime. The return isn’t known, but Atlanta will pay $14M next year for him if they don’t get salary relief from San Francisco.
TRADE: The Braves have also acquired John Ryan Murphy from the Diamondbacks. This adds to their catching depth and the return is cash considerations.
BREAKING: ESPNs Buster Olney is reporting that Shane Greene to Atlanta is a DONE deal.
TRADE: The Dodgers have acquired Jedd Gyorko from the Cardinals to help their infield depth, which is dealing with injuries. The return isn’t known yet, but shouldn’t be a major haul.
SPECULATION: Shane Greene, the top closing target for the deadline, in the works to Atlanta according to Ken Rosenthal on MLB Network. It’s certainly needed, with Atlanta’s 9th inning struggles on full display today.
TRADE: The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired left fielder Corey Dickerson from the Pirates. The Phils outfield woes have been well-documented and Dickerson, who was an All-Star in Tampa Bay, will fill in rather nicely. He is a free agent at the end of the season, which is fine because they’ll have McCutchen back in 2020.
TRADE: The Diamondbacks have traded Zac Gallen to from the Marlins. Young pitching prospect who has seen some big league time. In 7 big league starts, he has a 2.72 ERA. For Miami, they received shortstop prospect Jazz Chisholm.
TRADE: The Nationals have required yet another reliever. This time it’s Hunter Strickland for Aaron Fletcher. Hunter Strickland and the Nationals have an auspicious history, considering he’s had multiple brawls with the team.
TRADE: The Oakland Athletics have acquired Tanner Roark from the Cincinnati Reds.
UPDATE: The return for Dubon is prospect Ray Black and former All-Star pitcher Drew Pomeranz.
UPDATE: Jon Heyman is reporting that it is not Madison Bumgarner, and potentially not Will Smith.
BREAKING: Brewers top prospect has been dealt the Giants, but we don’t know who for. They’ve been in on Madison Bumgarner.
TRADE: The deal is done between the Nationals and Mariners for Roenis Elias. It is pending physical. Return not released to public.
TRADE UPDATE: The arm going back to Toronto is high A reliever Kyle Johnston. The Nationals are currently working to acquire Roenis Elias from the Seattle Mariners as well.
TRADE: Scott Mitchell of TSN has reported that the Nationals are acquiring Daniel Hudson. The return is yet to be reported.
TRADE: For the second consecutive season, the Houston Astros have acquired veteran catcher Martin Maldonado at the deadline, per Jeff Passan. Maldonado spent most of this season in Kansas City before playing his last 4 games in a Cubs uniform. When catcher Willson Contreras hit the IL 10-days ago, the Cubs acquired him for Mike Montgomery. However, Contreras had the best case scenario, quick recovery which makes Maldonado expendable. Heading to the Cubs is 4-year Major League player Tony Kemp. Kemp had recently been designated for assignment.
TRADE UPDATE: In an update from last nights’ Reds/Indians/Padres blockbuster, the Reds also sent lefty pitching prospect Scott Moss to the Indians. The Indians also acquired infield prospect from the Padres’ Victor Nova.
REPORT: Mark Bowman reports that the Braves are attmepting to add a closer before the 4 PM deadline just over 3 hours from now. Shane Greene is the name he pointed out as a potential 9th inning replacement for the volatile Luke Jackson.
TRADE: The Tampa Bay Rays have traded for Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar, sources tell ESPN. While he’s having a mediocre year, it’s a low-risk move for the Rays who hope he can return to 2018 form. In 2018, Aguilar was a major piece for the Brewers run to Game 7 of the NLCS. Aguilar popped 35 homeruns with a .275 batting average and .890 OPS. In return, the Brewers have acquired reliever who has starting experience in Jacob Faria. Faria has a 2.70 ERA in 2019.
THOR UPDATE: Anthony DiComo of MLB.com is reporting that the Mets have taken prized starting pitching target Noah Syndergaard off of the trading block.
TRADE: Rangers acquire pitcher Nate Jones.for Roy Castro and Joe Jarneski.
Trade Analysis: The Indians somehow found away to improve their team by trading the excellent pitcher that Bauer is. However, with Bauer’s horrible personality and how well documented of a bad teammate he is, it was time for Cleveland to cut ties. In return, they got the Padres #7 prospect, who is a major league ready starting pitcher, a heavily experienced and clutch outfielder and the Padres rightfielder who’s put together an excellent offensive season. For the Indians, whose outfield depth was very shallow, this is a major upgrade to the club. For the Reds, they got rid of a rental and got a starting pitcher who can help them in 2020. For the Padres, they subtracted from their crowded major league roster and got the Indians #1 prospect. It’s a headscratcher for the Padres, but they’re reportedly going to continue wheeling and dealing so I’ll withhold judgement on the deal from their perspective right now.
BREAKING: Polarizing All-Star outfielder Yasiel Puig is heading to the Indians in the Bauer trade, according to Passan. Jon Heyman reports that they will also receive Franmil Reyes from the Padres, who has hit 27 homeruns this year and an .847 OPS. They will also received Logan Allen, who recently made his big league debut and brought eyes to the Padres because of a $1 bet with 16x WWE World Champion John Cena.
BREAKING: The Cincinnati Reds have acquired Indians ace Trevor Bauer in a 3-team deal according to Jeff Passan of ESPN. The trade also involves the San Diego Padres. Ken Rosenthal reports that top Indians prospect Taylor Trammel will go to the Padres. The other players involved are currently unknown.
TRADE: The Atlanta Braves have traded top pitching prospect Kolby Allard to the Texas Rangers for reliever Chris Martin. Martin is having a career year, with a 3.08 ERA in 38 games (4 saves). He’s struck out 39 more batters than he’s walked. For Allard, he made his big league debut at the beginning of the year after a great Spring Training. However, in 3 games before being sent back down, he posted an atrocious 12.38 ERA.
NOTE: Though Detroit Tigers closer Shane Greene is getting all the eyes in the bullpen, Buck Farmer is garnering interest as a lower cost option for relief help. The 29 year-old farmer is having a career year with a 3.56 ERA in 48 games (1 start). His ERA is 5.45 lifetime though, which is worrisome.
THOR UPDATE: It’s being said around the league that the Padres offered a “strong offer that consisted of Major League players” and got rejected.
TRADE: The Cubs have acquired David Phelps from the Blue Jays for minor-league pitcher Thomas Hatch.
HEALTHY SCRATCH: Veteran pitcher Ervin Santana has been scratched by the Mets Triple A team from tonight’s start. Rumors are swirling around Noah Syndergaard, who is scheduled to start for the Mets tonight. It’s currently unconfirmed if the two are related.
REPORT: Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports is saying that Houston and San Francisco are discussing a potential swap that features one of the game’s premiere postseason pitchers Madison Bumgarner. Whether a deal is imminent or not isn’t specified, but this would certainly be a blockbuster with arguably the AL’s best team getting the pitcher who has a bigger postseason aura surrounding him than any other pitcher in baseball history. The Giants are only 2.5 games back of the wildcard, a one-game playoff that Madbum won for them in 2016. The stance the Giants ultimately take over the next 26 or so hours will be extremely intriguing.
INDIANS: The Indians have posted an American League best 17-5 recording, gaining ground on the Twins’ “Bomba Squad” this month. They’re currently exploring short term options offensively. One name thrown around according to JP Morosi is Nick Castellanos, who plays for the rival Detroit Tigers. Jon Heyman reports that they likely won’t deal Trevor Bauer now, because the front office is hesitant to trade a big star during this race. Jon Heyman also reports that they are amongst the teams in on Blue Jays’ slugger first baseman Justin Smoak.
UPDATE: The Astros as well as the Brewers are currently the most engaged on Diamondbacks Robbie Ray, per Jon Heyman. The Yankees are also still intrigued, as the Diamondbacks listen to offers from many teams across the league.
SANTANA UPDATE: Last night I reported on here that the Rays were pursuing Domingo Santana, and the trade talks have fallen through. Ryan Divish (Seattle Times) is saying that the reason is Santana’s elbow injuries potentially scaring Tampa Bay off.
SPECULATION: MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand reports that The Dodgers, Cubs, Nationals and Red Sox are most relentless in their pursuit of relief pitching. Atlanta was, but the focus has shifted more towards the outfield with the untimely injury to “Mr. Consistent” Nick Markakis.
SIGNING: The Dodgers have signed free agent reliever Tyler Thornburg to a minor-league pact. Thornburg was recently cut loose by the Red Sox, posting an awful 6.54 ERA in his Boston tenure in which he dealt with quite a number of injuries. The Dodgers, however, hope he can return to form if healthy. In his last full season [with the Milwaukee Brewers], he posted a 2.15 ERA with a K rate that was virtually right at 13 per 9 innings pitched.
REPORT: Talks are deep and active with multiple suitors in on Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini. Jon Morosi has not specified which clubs, but Mancini is a somewhat attractive piece to any team looking to bolster their outfield depth. The 27-year old left fielder has 24 homeruns on the season to go alongside an impressive .869 OPS. Another outfielder that there’s a lot of chatter surrounding is Brian Goodwin of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. While it certainly isn’t the most fun Angels outfielder to put together a trade package for, Goodwin has filled in solidly for an injured-riddled Justin Upton. His .823 OPS is a rock solid and he wouldn’t be in such high-demand that a team will overpay for his value (1.1 BBRef WAR). The Angels are 55-52 and chasing a wild-card spot, so who knows how their deadline will go. But with Upton back in the lineup everyday and Kole Calhoun patrolling right, Goodwin is easily expendable.
SCOUTING NEWS: The New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs made sure to have scouts in attendance at tonight’s game between Toronto and Kansas City, reports Royals beat writer Jeffrey Flanagan. The Cubs recently traded with Kansas City, sending franchise favorite Mike Montgomery to the Royals for veteran catcher Martin Maldanado. Willson Contreras has since come off of the injured list relatively unscathed, which means the Cubs are now shopping Martin Maldanado due to having a set catching core in Contreras, Victor Caratini and Taylor Davis. Players that either could be in on are so far unknown, but personally I think Daniel Hudson would be a perfect low-risk, high-reward grab for the Cubs who are in a precarious position this deadline due to a lack of money and high in-demand prospects.
DEADLINE NEWS: Bob Nightengale is at it again with his reporting, this time it isn’t about any trade news. With the CBA creating a sturdy, hard deadline, GMs cannot wait until the waiver wire on August 31st to make a big acquisition (see: Justin Verlander in 2017). They will discuss in the GM Meetings in Arizona this November to see about pushing the hard deadline to August 15th, rather than the traditional July 31st. This would potentially give more organizations more time to decipher whether they should buy or sell down the stretch—an uncertainty amongst clubs that could ultimately explaining the slow development of this years market.
RAYS: Rays GM Erik Neander, per Marc Topkin, will “be active until the clock runs out.” A right handed hitter according to Topkin is still a definite possibility for the contending East club, and per multiple reports a little over a week, 3x All-Star Hunter Pence is on Tampa Bay’s radar. However, it should be noted that their outfield depth is already top quality with All-Stars Austin Meadows and Avisail Garcia; who are complimented nicely by the spark plug of Tommy Pham. The Rays will get left-handed, defensive dynamo Kevin Kiermaier activated from the disabled list on Wednesday. I’m not entirely sure how Pence would fit into their outfield set-up, if at all. The Rays are expected to be extremely active in the market overall though. If they do acquire Hunter Pence, it wouldn’t be the first time he was a big-time trade at the deadline. Pence was the difference-making piece in 2012 when the Giants acquired his services from the Phillies and won their second World Series in 3 years. Per Buster Olney, they’re also heavily active in the relief market and are currently going for Mets’ closer Edwin Diaz.
INJURY UPDATE: It’s being stated by Jon Heyman that despite being considered by many the prized reliever on the market, Ken Giles of the Blue Jays is still dealing with inflammation in his elbow. This should “curtail trade market with 2 days to go before lone deadline.”
REPORT: Bob Nightengale tweeted out that the Diamondbacks “fully expect” Robbie Ray to be wearing a different uniform on Thursday; and “perhaps” Jarrod Dyson and Andrew Chafin.
RUMOR: The NL East leading Braves could be in the market for a corner outfield, reports USAToday’s Bob Nightengale. All-Star RF Nick Markakis recently went on the IL with a fractured wrist after being hit by a pitch in the series opener against Philadelphia on Friday night. Former All-Star Adam Duvall was recalled by the Braves, after hitting 29 homeruns in Triple A Gwinnett. In his third game back, he currently has a .455 batting average, 1.182 OPS and a homerun.
SPECULATION: Ken Rosenthal says that he “bets” Yasiel Puig will be dealt by the Cincinnati Reds. The Giants were thrown out there as a potential fit on MLB Network. Gennett, Roark, and others could also be gone.
REPORT: ESPNs Buster Olney tweets that the Dodgers are in talks for Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez. Talks were advancing until LA told Pittsburgh that they would not trade top prospect Gavin Lux.
REPORT: Padres are shifting focusing on trading Franmil Reyes as opposed to Hunter Renfroe, whose name has come up in quite a bit of chatter as of late.
RELIEF MARKET: Ken Rosenthal reports that Joe Biagiani, Ken Giles and Daniel Hudson are all in demand this deadline from the team North of the Border. He also says that the Mets are rather undecided on Edwin Diaz, who is very attractive due to his salary and team control. The Mets, however, could keep him long term. The Giants lefty relievers is a great fit because “they have a surplus” in a time where it’s in demand. Drew Pomeranz, Tony Watson, Will Smith and Sam Dyson. Smith is the most likely to go. The Phillies are showing heavy interest in White Sox closer Alex Colome, per JP Morosi. They are the third team in the NL East to do so. There’s also soft rumors floating around that the Mariners could move closer Roenis Elias as they activate Hunter Strickland from the IL. The Nationals are eager to acquire Jose LeClerc from the Texas Rangers. LeClerc just blew a big save against Oakland on Sunday, but had previously been dominant with an 8 inning scoreless streak.
RUMOR: The St. Louis Cardinals are inquiring on Diamondbacks #2 starter Robbie Ray and then Andrew Chafin. Rob Rains pens that both “could be great fits, depending on what the Cardinals would have to give up.” For Ray, this is the fourth team he’s been linked to as MLB Network’s Jon Morosi reports that the Phillies, Twins and Astros have all called Arizona’s front office about the 27-year-old left hander. Ray is 9-7 on the year with a 3.91 ERA in a hitters paradise (Chase Field). Ray was an All-Star in ’18 when he emerged as Arizona’s ace posting a 2.89 ERA.
DFA: Nationals beat writer Jamal Collier tweeted out a report that Justin Miller has been designated for assignment. Miller had to be activated from the 60-day DL and the Nationals didn’t have a spot for him. For Washington, it’ll clear a 40-man roster spot for a potential acquisition. Miller has a 4.03 ERA in 17 games this year and a 4.43 lifetime between Washington, Colorado and Detroit. He had a 3.61 ERA in 2018, pitching 52 1/3 innings for an otherwise volatile Nationals bullpen. It’s not far fetched that a team may consider him a valuable depth-piece down the stretch.
RUMOR: Mets and Padres are still discussing Noah Syndergaard. Ken Rosenthal just said on MLB Tonight that Zack Wheeler is the most likely to go. However, Syndergaard is definitely on the table. MacKenzie Gore is not on the same table. The Padres are refusing to offer their number one pitching prospect for Thor.
UNDER THE RADAR: One name to keep an eye on is Caleb Smith, who takes the mound tonight for the Miami Marlins against the Diamondbacks. With Stroman off the board and high prices for names such as Zack Greinke and Noah Syndergaard, these are pitchers teams have to take a look at. On a bad Marlins team, Smith has posted a steady 3.30 ERA this season in 16 starts. He has a minimum of 4 years with whatever team he goes to and is already emerging as a very solid lefty option. Most importantly, he can get left-handers out and a lefty that can prevail in lefty on lefty matchups is extremely valuable to any pitching staff. The Marlins could certainly get a haul, as they continue their absolute wreckage of the 40-man roster. Other Marlins potentially on the market:
Relievers: Tayron Guerrero, Drew Steckenrider, Adam Conley, Wei-Yin Chen.
Position Players: Curtis Granderson, Neil Walker, Starlin Castro, Miguel Rojas and Martin Prado.
TRADE: In a minor depth move, the Cardinals have obtained the contractual rights to recently designated Zac Rosscup. Rosscup was recently let loose by the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Cardinals will be his fourth team this year. In 82 1/3 innings in the Majors, he has a lifetime 5.16 ERA. His K-rate is a whopping 12.2 per 9 innings pitched which is appealing to clubs. His not-so-stellar 5.9 walk rate every 9 innings seems to be the biggest reason for Rosscup’s struggles.
REPORT: Rival executives believe that the Mets will trade closer Edwin Diaz, who was dealt to Queens from Seattle this offseason, before the deadline on the 31st. Buster Olney reports that the most invested team is the Boston Red Sox, whose bleak farmsystem only has a few valuable pieces left. It’s expected that this would be their only move. It’d include 2018 No.1 draft pick Triston Casas and/or slugging prospect Bobby Dalbec as the Mets look to bolster their depth at the hot-corner.
UPDATE: The Mets return for Jason Vargas is Austin Bossart, a Double A catcher who is 26 years old and currently hitting to an albatross .665 OPS. He is, however, considered an elite defender. For Philly, they’re getting the pitcher who has the lowest average fastball velocity in the league, but the 15th lowest exit velocity off the bat. Vargas gives up a lot of soft contact.
TRADE: Shortly after Andy Martino originally reported that Vargas was being traded, the Philadelphia Phillies have acquired him officially, a source tells ESPNs Jeff Passan. The return isn’t known just yet, however this is a perfect low-risk project for Philadelphia, whose starting pitching woes have been well-documented and were noticed in full this weekend in a big series against the division-leading Atlanta Braves. They currently sit 6.5 games out, and 5.5 behind the second-place Washington Nationals. They aren’t out of it, but aren’t in the most enviable spot. Vargas is only a commitment for the rest of 2019, as 2020 is a team option year for him. If Philly opts not to spend the $8M, they can buy him out this offseason for just $2M; a fraction of his base salary.
RUMOR: The Mets, according to SNY reporter Andy Martino, are in the process of dealing starting pitcher Jason Vargas. This would open up a rotation spot for Marcus Stroman, whom they acquired yesterday. The trade partner was not specified, however. The veteran lefty had an awful start to his Mets career, posting a 5.77 ERA last season. He has since brought it back down to his career averages, posting an ERA just a smidge North of 4 so far in 2019. In 19 games (18 starts), he’s pitched 94 innings and struck out 81 batters. For comparison, he struck out all of just 84 in his 2018 campaign and has averaged 136 Ks over a full 162 lifetime. The 36 year old isn’t that far off though from his only All-Star selection (2017), so it’s safe to assume that whichever team is in on him hopes he can still right the ship despite being older than most.
TRADE: Brewers have acquired reliever Jordan Lyles from division rival Pittsburgh Pirates according to Ken Rosenthal. Rosenthal’s partner over at the Athletic, Robert Murray, confirms the report saying that Cody Ponce will be heading to the Steel City in return.
TRADE: Dodgers trade for Kristopher Negron from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for Daniel Castro in a depth piece for depth piece deal.
UPDATE: J.P. Morosi reports that the return to Toronto for Eric Sogard is two PTBNL.
UPDATE: Alongside Hunter Wood, the Rays have also traded utilityman Christian Arroyo, who has shown a lot of promise but doesn’t have a clear path to the Majors with the Rays. In return, they’ve received prospect Ruben Cardenas and international signing pool money, per Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times. Arroyo was the main piece in the package that Tampa Bay got for longtime face of the franchise Evan Longoria heading into the 2018 season.
UPDATE: The Blue Jays receive 2018 Mets 2nd rounder Simeon Woods Richardson in Stroman deal, who has more strikeouts (97) this season than walks and hits combined (95). Anthony Kay is also heading North of the Border, who is the Mets #4 overall prospect.
RUMOR: Indians and Rays have shown interest in Mariners outfielder Domingo Santana, according to MLB Insider Jon Heyman. Santana, who was traded to Seattle over the offseason for Ben Gamel, has an .807 OPS on the season to go with 19 homeruns and a 0.6 BBRef WAR.
TRADED: According to Tim Brown of Yahoo sports, the Rays have traded right handed reliever Hunter Wood to the Cleveland Indians. Wood has a 2.48 ERA this year in 29 innings for the Rays throughout 17 relief appearances and 2 Opener spot starts.
TRADED: Ian Gibault of the Rays dealt to the Texas Rangers.
TRADED: Toronto trades Eric Sogard (2B) to Tampa Bay.
TRADED: Minnesota Twins acquire Sergio Romo, Chris Vallimont and a PTBNL from the Marlins for first base prospect Lewin Diaz.
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