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FutureSox recognizes 18 former Dash stars

Carlos Rodon is the White Sox top prospect, per FutureSox.com (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

Carlos Rodon is the White Sox top prospect, per FutureSox.com (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

With Spring Training quickly approaching, the writers at FutureSox have compiled their Top 30 White Sox prospects, 18 of whom have played in Winston-Salem at some point.

The 2014 version of the Dash boasted 11 of the top 30, including four of the Sox five best prospects, per FutureSox. The full countdown and a description of each farmhand are available here (1-15) and here (16-30).

Here are the 18 Dash alumni on the list, with the members of the 2014 roster in italics.

1. LHP Carlos Rodon
2. INF Tim Anderson
3. RHP Frank Montas
5. RHP Tyler Danish
6. INF Micah Johnson
7. OF Courtney Hawkins
8. INF Carlos Sanchez
9. INF Trey Michalczewski
11. RHP Chris Beck
14. OF Jacob May
15. INF Cleuluis Rondon
16. INF Tyler Saladino
17. OF Trayce Thompson
20. INF Keon Barnum
21. C Kevan Smith
24. OF Adam Engel
27. INF Andy Wilkins
28. RHP Mike Recchia

A few thoughts:

  • It should come as no surprise that Rodon checks in as the top prospect. He will almost certainly be atop every White Sox prospect list in advance of the 2015 season. Last week, MLBPipeline.com named Rodon the second-best southpaw prospect in the Minors.
  • This time last season, both Danish and Montas were viewed as prospects, but not as the elite-level Minor League arms that they became in 2014. In Winston-Salem last year, the duo combined to go 9-3 with a 2.23 earned run average in 28 starts. There are still doubters, but both men continue to climb the Minor League ladder and collect more believers.
  • Michalczewski figures to be the highest-ranked prospect to begin the 2015 season with the Dash. After enjoying significant success in Low-A Kannapolis, the White Sox sent the 19-year-old to Winston-Salem. Michalczewski hit just .194 in 19 games, but he did show some flashes of his noticeable talent, including his three-hit, three-RBI showing in that playoff-like final home Friday game against Carolina.
  • Another likely returnee is Rondon, who continues to wow people with his glove. He held his own at the plate in Winston-Salem (.247) over 53 games, the majority of which featured him in the two-hole.
  • It is great to see someone like Recchia on this list. The former Minor League free agent zoomed through CL offenses before jumping to Double-A Birmingham, where he performed well. His story is fascinating. His personality is great. Now, his status as a true prospect in the system is starting to show.

The Dash’s 2015 season begins in exactly 70 days. Stay tuned for more information as Opening Day approaches.

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #1: Record crowd watches Fourth of July game

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Here is the full list of the Dash Top 10.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014
#9 – DeMichele’s five-hit, five-run effort
#8 – Buckner’s controversial walk-off blast
#7 – Narvaez’s two-homer Dash debut
#6 – Danish tosses six no-hit innings
#5 – Anderson rescues Dash with walk-off homer
#4 – Team names “Big Kev” MVP
#3 – Wendelken overshadows Rodon’s debut
#2 – Bucciferro’s takes no-hitter into ninth

Moment #1 – July 4
8,184 fans watch Fourth of July game

A record crowd of 8,184 enjoyed postgame fireworks on July 4 (Photo via Andrew Dye/Winston-Salem Journal).

A record crowd of 8,184 enjoyed postgame fireworks on July 4 (Photo via Andrew Dye/Winston-Salem Journal).

Even though the Dash did not post a great record, the 2014 season included some fantastic moments, many of which we have rehashed over the last couple of weeks. However, these milestones, awards and records would not have been possible without one important thing…

You.

The Winston-Salem Dash enjoy success, both on and off the field, due to the unending support from the fans. Since moving into BB&T Ballpark in 2010, more than 1.5 million fans have enjoyed Dash baseball here in the Triad. Only one other organization in Class A-Advanced baseball has welcomed more fans during this span than the Dash.

A year ago, a single-game record 7,576 fans took in the Dash’s Fourth of July game, which took place despite a rough weather evening. This year, Winston-Salem residents experienced a picture-perfect Fourth of July weekend.

This weather contributed to an even bigger attendance figure on July 4. For the first time in BB&T Ballpark history, a whopping total of 8,184 spectators watched Wilmington’s 5-0 win over Winston-Salem.

Even though the game did not go the way that Dash fans desired, the atmosphere were electric. The concourses were jam-packed. The place to be in the Triad was BB&T Ballpark, because of both the game and the fireworks.

This community has embraced the Dash organization, and that fact was more evident on July 4 than on any other night.

Thanks to each and every one of you who attended a Dash game in 2014. You are the reason why the Dash recorded another incredibly successful season.

Our Dash Top 10 for 2014 is in the books. Stay tuned for more offseason news and notes here on the Dash Board.

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #2: Bucciferro’s near no-hitter

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014
#9 – DeMichele’s five-hit, five-run effort
#8 – Buckner’s controversial walk-off blast
#7 – Narvaez’s two-homer Dash debut
#6 – Danish tosses six no-hit innings
#5 – Anderson rescues Dash with walk-off homer
#4 – Team names “Big Kev” MVP
#3 – Wendelken overshadows Rodon’s debut

Moment #2 – July 20
Bucciferro takes no-hit bid into ninth at Frederick

Tony Bucciferro came within two outs of a no-hitter on July 20 at Frederick. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

Tony Bucciferro came within two outs of a no-hitter on July 20 at Frederick. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

“Two outs from glory.”

Those were the final words Tony Bucciferro said to me after a lengthy postgame conversation. Those four words ate at him, a reality that he had not fully digested.

A couple of hours before he uttered those four words, Bucciferro turned in the greatest pitching performance in Dash history. Through eight innings, the right-hander held the Frederick Keys scoreless at Harry Grove Stadium, the only facility that gives BB&T Ballpark a run for its money when discussing the most hitter-friendly Carolina League parks.

Frederick had not put good wood on a Bucciferro pitch through those eight innings. The closest thing to the obligatory “defensive gem” was a foul pop up that Joey DeMichele snagged after a lengthy gallop. It was a great play, but this came against the first batter of the contest, and it was never going to be a hit.

With 96 pitches under his belt and the chance at glory in front of him, Bucciferro took to the hill for the ninth inning. On a 1-2 pitch, he retired nine-hole hitter Jerome Pena with a pop out to second.

All-Star Glynn Davis followed, and his speed prompted third baseman Nick Basto to play on the grass. Davis lashed the first pitch he saw toward Basto, and his glove did not climb high enough to spear the glory-ending single.

The single understandably rattled Bucciferro a bit, and multiple players offered some words of encouragement before squaring off with Adrian Marin. The first pitch, like many of Bucciferro’s throughout this Sunday evening, was located perfectly, and Marin dribbled a double play ball to second.

One pitch after seeing his no-hit bid disappear, Bucciferro completed the only one-hit, nine-inning shutout by a Winston-Salem hurler in the Dash era, which began in 2009. He was two outs shy of the first nine-inning, solo no-no since Bill Kazmierczak turned in the gem on May 20, 1988, against Virginia.

It was a remarkable outing, one that Winston-Salem fans will not soon forget. Even though he did not earn the “glory” that was up for grabs, Bucciferro recorded an outing that is unparalleled in the modern era.

Our top moment of 2014 is on the horizon. What could be better than Bucciferro’s gem? Find out Wednesday!

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #3: Wendelken overshadows Rodon’s debut

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014
#9 – DeMichele’s five-hit, five-run effort
#8 – Buckner’s controversial walk-off blast
#7 – Narvaez’s two-homer Dash debut
#6 – Danish tosses six no-hit innings
#5 – Anderson rescues Dash with walk-off homer
#4 – Team names “Big Kev” MVP

Moment #3 – July 30
Wendelken steals headlines in Rodon’s Dash debut

J.B. Wendelken set a Dash-era record for strikeouts in a single game. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

J.B. Wendelken set a Dash-era record for strikeouts in a single game. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

One of the top storylines during the Dash’s 2014 season was Carlos Rodon, whom the White Sox drafted third overall in this year’s MLB Draft. After a month-long negotiation process, the two sides agreed to the largest signing bonus in White Sox history.

Rodon entered the Minor Leagues as one of the best collegiate prospects in recent memory, which made him a hot topic. Around this region, Rodon means even more. He is one of the best baseball prospects from the state of North Carolina over the last few decades, and his three-year career at NC State was one of the most decorated in school history.

Thus, Dash fans were very interested in Rodon’s progression through the White Sox system, and it was a quick one. He jumped to Winston-Salem after a pair of outings in the Arizona League, and his Dash debut was set for a Wednesday matinee at BB&T Ballpark.

Before the game, everyone knew that Rodon would pitch an inning out of the bullpen, likely after starter J.B. Wendelken wrapped up his outing. While many fans in attendance were waiting for Rodon, Wendelken stole the show.

One year to the day the White Sox acquired him in the Jake Peavy trade with Boston, Wendelken blitzed the Frederick Keys over seven scoreless innings, during which he whiffed a record-setting 13 batters. In the Dash era, which stretched back to the 2009 season, no pitcher other than Wendelken has struck out more than 11 in a single game.

Rodon entered in the eighth inning and gave up two runs, but he struck out three in the first of four High-A outings for the Holly Springs native, who finished the season in Triple-A. Jefferson Olacio then punched out the side in the ninth to complete a remarkable 12-2 win. In the victory, Winston-Salem struck out 19 of the 27 Keys that the club retired. This is, by far, a Dash-era record for strikeouts in a nine-inning game.

As a result, Wendelken and Rodon shared the headlines after one of the Dash’s most exciting wins of the season. Our second-best moment of 2014 comes up tomorrow, and it also involves Frederick. Stay tuned for that.

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #5: Anderson rescues Dash with homer

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014
#9 – DeMichele’s five-hit, five-run effort
#8 – Buckner’s controversial walk-off blast
#7 – Narvaez’s two-homer Dash debut
#6 – Danish tosses six no-hit innings

Moment #5 – June 2
Anderson’s walk-off blast erases late Lynchburg surge

Tim Anderson registered the Dash's first walk-off homer of 2014 (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Tim Anderson registered the Dash’s first walk-off homer of 2014 (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Winston-Salem boasted the White Sox three most recent first-round picks during the 2014 season. Courtney Hawkins was the Dash veteran, with whom the city became very familiar. Carlos Rodon was the North Carolina kid who carried NC State to unprecedented heights.

Tim Anderson did not have a connection to the state, and he was not here for very long. However, Anderson had a month-long surge that rivaled anyone in the Carolina League, and it began with one majestic blast on the second day of June.

The Dash took a 4-2 lead into the ninth inning, but Lynchburg stunned the BB&T Ballpark with three runs to thrust Winston-Salem to the brink of a very tough loss.

With that one-run lead, the Hillcats summoned Ryan Kelly, he of 20 Triple-A appearances in his Minor League career, from the bullpen. Kelly had not given up a base runner in his first four efforts with the Hillcats, and he would ultimately finish the season as a key cog in the bullpen of Double-A Mississippi.

However, Zach Voight snapped that impressive run of 5.1 hitless frames with a single to lead off the ninth, setting the stage for Anderson. The Alabama kid sat in a 2-2 count before Kelly left a pitch up in the zone.

Before this mighty swing, Anderson was hitting .284 with two homers and 14 RBIs. From that swing until his promotion to Double-A Birmingham, the Alabama native was a .323 hitter with four homers and 17 RBIs.

A Dash player may not have hit a harder ball than this bomb to dead center field, and it ultimately prevented Winston-Salem from suffering a difficult defeat.

Our fourth-best moment is a tremendous one for the organization and the community. Stay tuned for that.

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #7: Narvaez’s two-homer debut

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014
#9 – DeMichele’s five-hit, five-run effort
#8 – Buckner’s controversial walk-off blast

Moment #7 – June 19
Narvaez’s monster debut sparks strong second half start

Omar Narvaez began his Dash career with a two-homer game (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Omar Narvaez began his Dash career with a two-homer effort June 19 (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

The first half was a tough one for Winston-Salem, who recorded its worst single-half record in the Dash era (30-39). However, most Minor Leagues give teams a second chance after the midway point, and the Carolina League falls in that category.

The records reset following the All-Star break, when the Dash would begin a 70-game battle with Carolina and Salem for the final Southern Division playoff spot.

The Dash’s roster also went through some changes during the three-day respite, another common trend in the Minors. Winston-Salem registered six roster moves, five of which involved players who had donned the Dash purple at some point.

The only exception was catcher Omar Narvaez, who jumped to the Dash’s roster after a solid first half in Low-A Kannapolis. Before this season, he was a member of the Rays organization.

Narvaez was, innocently enough, slotted seventh in the Dash’s order on that second half-opening Thursday at BB&T Ballpark, but he proved to be the catalyst in an emphatic Winston win over Salem.

In the second inning, Narvaez singled and scored in his first trip to the plate at the High-A level.

His second at-bat sparked the blowout. After hitting just two home runs in his first 260 Minor League games, Narvaez launched a three-run blast that gave Winston-Salem a 6-0 advantage in the third inning.

Sure enough, four innings later, the newcomer blasted a solo shot to cap the scoring in the Dash’s 12-4 shellacking of Salem in the Triad.

In his Minor League career, Narvaez has played 307 games, including his 40 with the Dash in the second half. He has only gone yard four times, with his lone two long balls of 2014 coming in his first Carolina League game.

After a frustrating, unlucky first half, the Dash could not have started half two any better.

Stay tuned for another great moment on Wednesday, when we delve into a fantastic pitching performance. We will talk to you then.

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #8: Buckner’s walk-off heroics

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014
#9 – DeMichele’s five-hit, five-run effort

Moment #8 – June 10
Buckner’s controversial blast clinches twin bill sweep

The Dash recorded three walk-off victories in 2014, and two of them belonged to Grant Buckner. His first such knock clinched a four-game split against Frederick, and it was fairly routine.

Buckner’s other walk-off hit was far from ordinary, and it was the exclamation point of the Dash’s longest winning streak of the first half. After a postponement the night prior, Winston-Salem and Wilmington battled in a mid-June doubleheader.

J.B. Wendelken tossed a complete game in the opener, an 8-2 Dash victory. In that contest, Buckner banged out three hits and drove home two runs, foreshadowing an important role in the nightcap.

The Blue Rocks, who were on the brink of postseason elimination, pushed their lead to 5-2 in the top of the sixth inning. Winston responded with a pair in the bottom half thanks to run-producing hits from Keon Barnum and Tim Anderson.

Joey DeMichele
, who was the Dash’s walk-off star of 2013, gave Winston-Salem an opportunity for a last at-bat win by forcing extra innings. His seventh-inning single knotted the score at five apiece.

Following a 1-2-3 inning from Jose Bautista, Buckner led off the bottom of the eighth inning. It had already been a long night of baseball, and a heavy shower was just a few minutes away. Knowing what we know now, this game never would have wrapped up had the score remained even because the Dash and Blue Rocks’ first-half finale was canceled due to significant rain the next night.

During a wacky night that ultimately resulted in the Dash’s winning streak hitting four, Buckner’s walk-off blast almost wasn’t. His drive to right-center field appeared to hit the railing above the home run porch, but base umpire Travis Godec originally ruled it a double.

After a brief conference with home plate umpire Ben Levin, Godec changed his call, and Buckner finished the elongated run around the bases. Take a look for yourself.

It was not your typical walk-off hit, but it still counts for Buckner, who had another strong season in the Carolina League. His great work ultimately earned him a jump to Double-A Birmingham during the second half after providing a great moment for the Dash on that long Tuesday night at BB&T Ballpark.

Stay tuned for our seventh-best moment of 2014, which also involves the long ball. Happy Monday!

– Brian

Dash Top 10 – #9: DeMichele dominates Salem

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014.

Previous moments:
#10 – Shortest MiLB game in 2014

Moment #9 – April 27
DeMichele dazzles in blowout win at Salem

Joey DeMichele became the first player in Dash history to score five runs in one game (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

Joey DeMichele became the first player in Dash history to score five runs in one game (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash).

With one of its youngest rosters in recent memory, Winston-Salem stumbled out of the gates in 2014. Through the season’s first three weeks, the Dash were 7-14.

One of the 2013 returnees, Joey DeMichele, also had a rough start in his second go-around in the Carolina League. In those aforementioned 21 games, DeMichele was hitting 10-for-60 (.167), a strange decline after a very solid showing in the Dash purple a year prior.

However, both DeMichele and the Dash broke out on a Sunday matinee in the Roanoke Valley. Winston-Salem blew out the Red Sox 15-9 in a game that was not as close as the six-run margin would indicate.

DeMichele led the charge in a record-setting day. He recorded a career-high five hits to become the ninth hitter in the Dash era (2009-present) to reach that mark in a single game. It had not happened since May of 2012, when All-Star Brady Shoemaker accomplished the feat at Lynchburg.

The former Arizona State star also scored five times, which had never happened since the nickname change in 2009. In fact, DeMichele was the first Winston-Salem hitter to score at least four runs in a game since 2011.

Thanks to this game alone, DeMichele raised his batting average 64 points to .231, and that mark steadily climbed throughout the rest of his time in the Triad. Ultimately, he made his first jump to Double-A in early August, and his huge game in Salem jump-started his season.

Winston-Salem also played better baseball following this 15-run output, the club’s highest of 2014. The Dash did not parlay this into a playoff spot, but this victory was a stepping stone to more sustained success.

After a break over the weekend, the Dash Top 10 rolls along with the eighth-best moment of the season, which also involved a returnee from 2013. Have a great weekend.

– Brian

Game #139 Preview – Dash at Carolina

Game #139 – Road Game #70
Winston-Salem Dash (30-39, 60-78) at Carolina Mudcats (33-35, 62-73)
Monday, September 1 – 12 p.m.
Five County Stadium (Zebulon, NC)

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash suffered another heartbreaking loss on Sunday, falling 3-2 in walk-off fashion at Carolina. Winston-Salem wraps up the season this afternoon against the Mudcats.

Keon Barnum sports a .291 batting average since the All-Star Break. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

Keon Barnum sports a .291 batting average since the All-Star Break. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

STARTING LINEUP:

Adam Engel – CF
Jake Peter – 2B
Courtney Hawkins – LF
Keon Barnum – 1B
Trey Michalczewski – 3B
Omar Narvaez – C
Nick Basto – RF
Michael Marjama – DH
Zach Voight – SS
J.B. Wendelken – RHP

DASH DOTS:

• Sunday marked the 25th time the Dash lost in an opponent’s last at-bat this season. Six of those setbacks have been walk-offs.

• For just the third time in the Dash era (since 2009), Winston-Salem failed to record double-digit victories in a month. The club went 9-19 in August, with 10 of those defeats coming in the opponents’ last at-bat.

• Winston-Salem will finish 2014 with the worst record in the Carolina League for the first time since 2002. The Warthogs went 50-90 that season.

• Right-hander Tyler Danish allowed one run and four hits in six innings during his final start of the year on Sunday. The 19-year-old finished the season with a 2.08 ERA in 25 starts with Low-A Kannapolis and Winston-Salem, the seventh-best mark in full-season Minor League Baseball.

• First baseman Keon Barnum went 3-for-4 with three singles and an RBI. The 21-year-old has at least one hit in eight of his last nine games and is batting .291 in 66 games since the All-Star Break.

• The Dash have lost 13 of 19 meetings with Carolina this season, including a 3-6 mark at Five County Stadium. Winston-Salem went 9-11 against the Mudcats in 2013.

• Right-hander J.B. Wendelken will wrap up the season on the mound today. The 21-year-old pitched on Opening Day for the Dash against Wilmington on April 3. This season, the Georgia native is 6-10 with a 5.37 ERA in 26 starts.

• Wendelken is in his first season as a starter at the professional level, but the right-hander ranks fifth in the Carolina League with 140.2 innings pitched. Carolina’s Ryan Merritt leads the circuit with 160.1 innings.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Today’s game is available live on wsdash.com/broadcast. The Pregame Dash begins at 11:45 a.m., with the first pitch scheduled for 12.

– Dave

Game #138 Preview – Dash at Carolina

Game #138 – Road Game #69
Winston-Salem Dash (30-38, 60-77) at Carolina Mudcats (32-35, 61-73)
Sunday, August 31 – 6 p.m.
Five County Stadium (Zebulon, N.C.)

GAME BACKGROUND:

The Dash won a 1-0 thriller over Carolina in the series opener on Saturday night. Courtney Hawkins’ RBI single in the eighth inning plated the lone run of the contest.

Tyler Danish has the seventh-best ERA in full-season Minor League Baseball. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

Tyler Danish has the seventh-best ERA in full-season Minor League Baseball. (Jody Stewart/W-S Dash)

STARTING LINEUP:

Adam Engel – DH
Cleuluis Rondon – SS
Courtney Hawkins – LF
Keon Barnum – 1B
Trey Michalczewski – 3B
Michael Marjama – C
C.J. Beatty – RF
Zach Voight – 2B
Keenyn Walker – CF
Tyler Danish – RHP

DASH DOTS:

• The Dash played the role of spoiler on Saturday. Carolina’s loss, coupled with Salem’s doubleheader sweep of Wilmington, clinched the final Southern Division playoff spot for the Red Sox. Salem will open the postseason on Wednesday against Myrtle Beach.

• Right-hander Brandon Brennan tossed five and two-third scoreless innings in his longest outing with the Dash on Saturday. The California native scattered six hits and tied a season-high with six strikeouts.

Brad Goldberg and Zach Isler combined to throw three and one-third scoreless innings out of the bullpen. Goldberg earned his fourth win and Isler recorded his third save of the season. It was Winston-Salem’s sixth shutout victory in 2014.

• Outfielder Courtney Hawkins raised his season RBI total to 84 on Saturday, which leads the Carolina League. His closest challenger, Preston Beck of Myrtle Beach, has 76 RBIs.

• Outfielder Keenyn Walker went 2-for-3 with two singles and scored the lone run in Saturday’s contest. During his last eight games, the Utah native is batting an even .300 (9-for-30).

• The Dash snapped a five-game losing streak against Carolina on Saturday. The Mudcats still have the upper-hand in the season series, however, having won 12 of 18 meetings.

• Right-hander Tyler Danish will make his final start of the season tonight. During his most recent outing at Myrtle Beach on Tuesday, the 19-year-old allowed two runs and four hits over four innings. He struck out five and finished with a no-decision in the 7-2 setback against the Pelicans.

• Danish has the seventh-best ERA in Minor League Baseball among full-season qualifiers. The Florida native sports a combined 2.13 ERA in 24 starts this season, seven with Low-A Kannapolis and 17 with the Dash. Since his promotion to Winston-Salem in mid-May, Danish is 5-3 with a 2.73 ERA.

BROADCAST INFORMATION:

Tonight’s game is available live on wsdash.com/broadcast. The Pregame Dash begins at 5:45 p.m., with the first pitch scheduled for 6.

– Dave

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