May 10, 2011

G36: Blue Jays 7, Red Sox 6 (10)

Red Sox   - 010 120 011 0 - 6 16  0
Blue Jays - 300 011 010 1 - 7  9  2
Adrian Gonzalez hit a two-run home run to left to give Boston a 4-3 lead in the fifth, then hit another opposite field dong to tie the game in the ninth at 6-6. But it was the legs of Rajai Davis and the non-arm of Jason Varitek (pictured, at left) that sunk the Red Sox in Skydome.

Matt Albers followed Daniel Bard to the hill and pitched a perfect ninth. He retired the first Jay in the 10th, but Davis (who had shown his speed on a fourth-inning triple) chopped a single up the middle. On the first pitch to David Cooper (playing in his ninth major league game; he debuted April 29), the Red Sox pitched out, but Varitek's throw to shortstop Jose Iglesias was late, though Iggy put down a quick tag to make the play somewhat close. On the next pitch, Davis took off for third and beat Tek's throw to Kevin Youkilis.

Desperate for a strikeout or infield pop-up, Albers got ahead of Cooper 1-2 before Cooper lifted a fly ball to center. Jacoby Ellsbury was playing shallow and had to go back on it, but there was no chance of a play on Davis even if he had been coming in on the ball.

Lester (5.1-7-4-5-5, 114) battled most of the night, walking three of the first four Toronto hitters in the first inning, the last one forcing in a run. Carl Crawford singled in David Ortiz, who had doubled, to get the Sox on the board in the second. Ortiz hit a bomb (#5) to dead center in the fourth and Gonzalez (#5) went deep in the fifth, with Dustin Pedroia aboard.

Jose Bautista led off the fifth with his #11 homer - a laser to left - and J.P. Arencibia opened the sixth with his 5th long ball, which gave Toronto a 5-4 lead.

In the top of the eighth, Jed Lowrie doubled with one out and Iglesias pinch-ran. With two outs, Jarrod Saltalamacchia singled to left to tie the game at 5-5. Cooper hit the first homer of his major league career in the home half, but the Jays' lead was short-lived as Evil Bert hit #6 to begin the ninth. After two were out, J.D. Drew singled and Iglesias - in his first plate appearance - struck out, but reached first on a wild pitch. But the inning ended when Crawford struck out.

This wrap-up would not be complete without a loud FUCK YOU to third base coach Tim Bogar. In the fourth, Toronto led 3-2, but the Sox had runners on first and second with two outs. Ellsbury singled to left (3-for-6; 19-game streak!), and Bogar waved Crawford around third. The throw beat him to the plate by 10 feet, ending the inning. It's maddening, and Terry Francona will defend him to the media, of course, saying it was a good gamble, and he would have done the same thing. Like previous idiots in that position, Bogar remains permanently clueless about the relative speed of various Red Sox players and the arm strength of opposing outfielders, and seems allergic to common sense about choosing the right time to take a risk.
Example
Jon Lester / Kyle Drabek

After a 6-5 homestand, the Red Sox are in Toronto for two games before heading to the Bronx for a three-game weekend series against the Yankees. Then it's back to Fenway for a week to play the Orioles, Tigers, and White Sox Cubs.

Since April 15, Boston is 15-8 (.652), a pace equal to a 105.6 win season. If Boston plays at a .652 pace for the rest of the season, they would finish with exactly 100 wins.
            W   L   PCT   GB   RS   RA  DIFF  EXP W-L
Yankees    19  13  .594  ---  170  132  + 38   20-12
Rays       20  14  .588  ---  147  118  + 29   20-14
Red Sox    17  18  .486  3.5  146  154  -  8   17-18
Blue Jays  15  20  .429  5.5  147  159  - 12   16-19
Orioles    14  19  .424  5.5  128  161  - 33   13-20
In his last start, against the Angels, Lester had 11 strikeouts while allowing only one run in seven innings. He has allowed two or fewer runs in five of his seven starts this year; he allowed three and five runs in the other two outings.

The Red Sox have been trying to get Alfredo Aceves to stop part of his motion that is clearly a balk since spring training. (Yet Aceves's two balks in the Twins series are the only two of his major league career.) Peter Abraham of the Globe covered Aceves in New York and described him, in light of what appears to be stubborness about altering his motion, as "somewhat of a pain in the posterior. He's a quirky guy, quick to anger and not quite mindful that he ... isn't an All-Star".

AL East: Royals/Yankees, Mariners/Orioles, and Rays/Spiders at 7 PM.

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hebdomad said...

It's the Cubs next weekend, not the White Sox...

allan said...

Ellsbury, CF
Pedroia, 2B
Gonzalez, 1B
Youkilis, 3B
Ortiz, DH
Drew, RF
Lowrie, SS
Crawford, CF
Saltalamacchia, C

t's the Cubs next weekend, not the White Sox...

Well, look at that. Early interleague; I thought that was in June sometime.

Dr. Jeff said...

Are you going to either of these games?

allan said...

Are you going to either of these games?

No. I don't really have a desire to see the Red Sox in person here. Whether it's because Skydome sucks or the $$$ or because it's relaxing at home to watch*, I don't know, but it's not a priority.

(* - all 3?)

Our only MLB game this year will be an afternoon game in Detroit on Thursday, May 25.

(Tim and I saw the PawSox in Buffalo last August. That was fun. Only possible chance this season is Monday, July 25.)

meunier said...

Looks like you got stuck with an election where the left vote was split. At least you have warning of what the incoming BS is thanks to 8 years of American neocons.

allan said...

Escobar, SS
Patterson, LF
Bautista, RF
Encarnacion, 1B
Hill, 2B
Rivera, DH
Arencibia, C
McDonald, 3B
Davis, CF

Jose Bautista has been a one-man wrecking crew: .359/.524/.772. That's a Bondsian 1.296 OPS, with 10 dongs.

The only other Jay with an OPS over .800 is Lind (.858). Drop the bar to .750 and we get one more: Arencibia (.768).

allan said...

In his last 12 games, Bautisa is 16-for-36.

Here are the 16 hits:
4 singles
5 doubles
1 triple
6 home runs

.444/.630/1.139 !!!

Plus 17 walks and only 3 K.

allan said...

Looking ahead:

Fri: Buchholz/Colon
Sat: Beckett/Sabathia
Sun: Lester/Garcia

Matsuzaka was scheduled for Saturday, but with the day off on Thursday, he gets pushed back.

meunier said...

I was in Puerto Plata, D.R. for the last week but I did see some games on the TV.

allan said...

At least you have warning of what the incoming BS is thanks to 8 years of American neocons.

8 years? More like 31, and counting ... And Obama is as much of a neo-con as Bush, and in many ways, he's worse. ... I lived there for 43 years. I don't need a warning.

allan said...

Here we are yet again, one win away from .500. Let's do it this time!

2.5 GB at the end of the night? Make it so.

Amy said...

Good evening. I get to cheer out loud tonight since H is at Yankee Stadium with his colleagues. SO THERE HAD BETTER BE SOMETHING TO CHEER ABOUT!

I don't want to be cursing out loud.

Jere said...

Geoff Zaun filling in for Remy tonight. Looked pretty stiff on the intro.

allan said...

Gregg Zaun? Zorro?

Amy said...

Cool and rainy up there, Allan?

allan said...

just cool, cloudy. still grilled and ate outside though!

Jere said...

Uh, we know him as Paula Zaun in our house. But if he's Zorro too then yeah, him.

meunier said...

19

Jere said...

19

Amy said...

Ah, summer!

OK, that's a good start. I think I will yell out loud now.

....

Hmmm, not much fun after all with no one here to hear me!

Amy said...

19???

allan said...

11!

Amy said...

Are these numbers some kind of secret code?

allan said...

Yes!

28

Jere said...

Nah, me and Meunier were doing a Paul Hardcastle duet.

Amy said...

No clue what ANY of that means. Must be that generation gap thing again.

Damn.

meunier said...

Does that mean he goes back to 10 SB then?

allan said...

ellsbury
19 game hitting streak
11th stolen base

Jere said...

Allan, I did a news search to find the earliest use of "scoring position"--earliest I found was in an article from the 1908 WS. (I also found that it used to be a much more common term in football articles. It was like the "red zone" before it was red.)

Amy said...

Aha, you guys are just way too clever. :)

Amy said...

Greg Zaun does not have a good voice to be an announcer. He is so dull.

laura k said...

I've been really remiss on my girls' team players. Two Renes on the Twins. And of course our own Evil Bert is on the girls team. Now duly noted.

laura k said...

Why Paula Zahn?

Jere said...

Because his name's Zaun.

meunier said...

I had to wikipedia who that is.

laura k said...

(Tim and I saw the PawSox in Buffalo last August. That was fun. Only possible chance this season is Monday, July 25.)

And that is planned. Mark your calendars.

Amy said...

Evil Bert as Adrian, I assume, not as Bert.

I assume Paula Zahn because Zahn/Zaun? But then I had no idea what 19 and 11 meant. Oy.

allan said...

isn't calling gregg zaun "paula" like calling drew "nancy"?

meunier said...

I have missed what is up with Remy..

Amy said...

Meunier, he supposedly had the flu that turned to pneumonia. But there have been no updates, and he has been out for a long time now. I worry that it is more than pneumonia.

meunier said...

Should Remy retire or god forbid expire I'd like to see Eck with Orsillo.

meunier said...

Oh great this is going well

Amy said...

Hey, cut it out, Lester.

laura k said...

Come on, Houdini, time to make an appearance.

allan said...

tp pls

meunier said...

What does SOSH say about what is going on with Remy now?

Jere said...

"isn't calling gregg zaun "paula" like calling drew "nancy"?"

It would be, if you wanted to make fun of him and thought females were inferior to males. However, we do it because there's like one Zahn and when I heard another I called him by the first one's name.

Amy said...

Jeez, that just sucks.

allan said...

why is dice throwing lefty?

laura k said...

Yes, Adrian on the girls' team, not Bert!

I've been kind of assuming Remy has had a recurrence of cancer or else is in treatment again. Perhaps incorrectly, but when you've had lung cancer and you get pneumonia... dot dot dot.

meunier said...

It's going to be a long night if Lester is not given the outside of the zone.

laura k said...

Easy big fella

allan said...

lester to ump: "i'm not talking to you. ... fuck you"

Amy said...

Wow, I am slow tonight. That took me at least fifteen seconds to figure out. I thought you saw DiceK warming up or something.

laura k said...

SoSH wouldn't have inside info on Remy's health, AFAIK

Amy said...

Oh, wow. I may really have to curse out loud, but I am so unaccustomed to it. The pets might get scared.

Dr. Jeff said...

Allan you could be watching this gem live!

Amy said...

I hate the damn rug. I don't blame you for not wanting to go to this park.

laura k said...

In 2007 we sat through a three-game sweep in Sky Dome. It was brutal. Jays "fans" are not fun to be around.

IIRC, it would have been four games, but one of our dogs was sick and we stayed home. It was the Gagne era.

allan said...

lester working on a 1-hitter! woo!

Amy said...

Yankee game is already in the third inning. Perhaps it will not be as late a night as I thought.

meunier said...

This Providence Journal article says that Remy's illness is a complication of surgery; http://www.projo.com/redsox/content/projo_20090506_red_sox_remy.2768df03.html

Amy said...

How are Jays' fans worse than other fans? I'd think they'd be polite Canadians.

allan said...

no idea what sosh says about remy. probably the same as us, thinking it may be worse than reported.

jeff: oh, how i wish i was sipping a $10 beer at skydome while asshole loser jays fans laughed at me.....

meunier said...

Drabek isn't getting the outside much either.

Amy said...

Meunier, that article is from 2009.

allan said...

flo with the baltimore dong

laura k said...

yay for hits

Dr. Jeff said...

MOST SUCCESSFUL CITIES
2 :: TORONTO Best : #1 in quality of living, clean air, business trip index, skyscraper construction, and sports and leisure, #2 in entrepreneurial environment

Worst : Third last in cost of public transportation

Details: Toronto is a "beta" city, the authors say, because it's not considered a part of the conversation with London, Paris, and New York for greatest city in the world. But it has all the building blocks of a superlative international city, beginning with smart ideas about sustainability and innovation.

meunier said...

I saw in last night's game that Scutaro went to the DL for some reason and Iglesias was called up.

allan said...

twins led 3-0 after 1 in the last series. we were up 5-3 after 3 and coasted.

meunier said...

I got up a 4 AM this morning, must be why I didn't notice.

laura k said...

I don't think "polite Canadian" applies to sports. You've seen hockey, right? :)

We have found Jays fans in general to be very ignorant of baseball. They don't know what "their" team or any other team is doing.

And the hate the Sox, regard them as bitter rivals. No idea why that is!

meunier said...

CC RBIer

Amy said...

No, I never watch hockey. I think I have seen two games---one live when we lived in Boston (a college game) and the Olympics game in 1980.

YES! We score!!

But I guess that human need to hate other teams is a universal thing.

laura k said...

Dr. Jeff, is that a quote from somewhere?

Toronto is a really nice city, much more diverse and vibrant than a US city of the same size. In other ways, it's a wannabe city, wishing and pretending it is a world leader, wanting to be "the New York of Canada" but being just too small to manage it.

It's a great place to visit, though. (And not just because we live nearby.) A really fun long weekend kind of place.

laura k said...

I just meant that hockey is a very physical and sometimes brutal game, not polite at all - and it is the national obsession of Canada. So there's something beyond polite going on.

laura k said...

Next time Tim is here, ask him about Jays fans. Or as we say Jays "fans".

Jere said...

DFW was an answer on Jeopardy tonight. The $2000 clue, too!

laura k said...

Here's an example of Jays wannabe-ness: "hashtag of the game #beastmode".

Oy vey. As Allan said, try "#TryingTooHard.

allan said...

what was the answer?

Amy said...

Yes, I know enough about hockey to know it is physical---in fact, that's why I don't like it. Too much fighting. :)

Jere said...

nice bat flip, guy. now sit.

Amy said...

Laura, I assume that is something Twitter related?

Jere said...

Category was Authors' Middle Names, and the clue was "David ____ Wallace."

allan said...

for $2000??

was that jepoardy for 4th graders?

Jere said...

ha, it's actually Jeopardy for teachers. It was an extremely easy category. Especially for Double Jeopardy. The one before DFW was Joyce Carol Oates.

laura k said...

You mean the hashtags? That's how you label something on Twitter, then if you wanted, you could follow or search for anything with that tag.

Like #CdnPoli for Canadian Politics. People have their own hashtags, blogs, subjects, any category of information.

There are several variations on wmtc. #WMTC means WhoMadeThatCool. No relation.

allan said...

they should give the middle name and have the contestant give the full name. a little bit tougher.

allan said...

castig bingo:

"throw to first, runner back standing"

laura k said...

Skydome is not too bad if the dome is open. The carpet is much improved, not the horrible stuff they used to have. But with the roof closed - awful. Indoor baseball, bah.

Amy said...

I remain Twitter free. I have an account, but never use it and have no reason to start. I already waste too much time on Facebook!

And as for Jeopardy---those questions are much harder when you are under the gun. I once tried out for the show and felt like a fool, blanking on what should have been easy questions.

Amy said...

Needless to say, I never made it on the show.

Jere said...

ooh now we're talkin', Castig bingo: "rocks, kicks and deals," "where the boxes jut out", "he stabs it", "he staggers", "this one's over", "to retire the side", "can you believe it?" "he's mobbed by his teammates", "up on the green". (And "canvas alley" since before Don was born!)

allan said...

"high heater"
"high rider"
"[college sports bullshit]"

allan said...

we could use some castig bingo when we don't have nesn.

Jere said...

"old friend"

Jere said...

"the [suburb of Boston] native"

Amy said...

So funny---I just noticed your latest post, Laura, about Facebook and Twitter. I must have anticipated it!

laura k said...

i was going to type a bunch of castig expressions, but i think jere got most (or all) of them

i like castig, he's my favourite announcer, the least objectionable of all the choices, i think

Amy, I don't use Twitter either, don't have an account. I thought you were asking me what a hashtag was, but maybe you weren't.

I do sometimes search Twitter for various things.

Amy said...

Zaun singing Tek's praises. Always music to my ears. :)

Jere said...

Wow, Zaun getting into some inside baseball baseball.

Jere said...

"i like castig, he's my favourite announcer, the least objectionable of all the choices, i think"

That's what's so great about him, he doesn't outwardly root, yet he can't hide that he wants the Red Sox to win.

laura k said...

Oh come on, what announcer doesn't sing Tek's praises? You can fill in the blanks as soon as you hear his name.

Amy said...

Yeah, I was asking whether the reference to hashtags was in connection with Twitter. Is that where that term comes from, or did it have a pre-Twitter meaning?

I guess I have been listening to Castig for so long that I just assume his expressions are expressions every baseball announcer would use!

Jere said...

When Zaun talks it's like "mind of a serial catcher"

allan said...

FLO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

laura k said...

QUADRANGULAR!!!!

Amy said...

And it's a one run game!

Jere said...

long dong silver!

Jere said...

ha, Don says "middle in" in Rem's absence

Zenslinger said...

Ho ho ho -- Big Papi.

meunier said...

that was crazy

laura k said...

Tags have a general meaning. Hashtags

My earlier comment re stupid Jays hashtags was from the TV broadcast.

Jere said...

Zahn, on his being the opposite type of player from the smooth-flowing JD Drew: "Everything was forced and uncomfortable...even the way I wore my pants."

laura k said...

Google search on the word hashtag

allan said...

castig's call of the final out of the 2007 world series is probably the absolute worst call i have ever heard. or will ever hear.

they use it in some of the radio intro/promos and i am embarrassed for him every time i hear it. if i was him i would ask/demand they never use it.

it's the "1st team in the 21st century to win 2 world series" call. it's obviously canned and written out beforehand. the bad thing is it sounds like it - and it cannot be the best one he could think of.

and it's way too long -- and by time he finally gets to the end, you can tell he is sick of it too and wondering why the fuck he went with this one. but it is too late. and THEN he brings the "can you believe it?"

ugh. just horrifically bad. worse than sterling's shitty "ball game over, alcs over" calls because it goes on so long.

Jere said...

Where exactly did Papi's homer hit? NESN's camera didn't go high enough, and they obviously didn't follow the ball with any other cam either.

Amy said...

Thanks, Laura. Like I said, I don't use Twitter and have deliberately avoided learning how to use it since I know that once I do, I will be hooked.

allan said...

off the rest. windows, i believe.

allan said...

i like castig, he's my favourite announcer

mr. scully is sad.

allan said...

FUCKBOGAR!!!!!!!!!!!

FUCK FUCK FUCK

Amy said...

Oh, damn!

laura k said...

oh holy crap

OH

HOLY

CRAP

Dr. Jeff said...

Bogar!

THat toronto stuff was from the Atlantic

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2011/05/the-worlds-26-best-cities-for-business-life-and-innovation/238436/

meunier said...

BOGAR

Jere said...

Bogar: He's Crawford, I'll send him regardless of where he or the ball is

Amy said...

Why bother having a 3d base coach if he can't do the one thing he is supposed to do?

allan said...

maybe bogar has no faith in fy to do anything.

christ - fire that fucker. he's like the gagne of 3b coaches.

Jere said...

humph. (re: Bogar)



Come on that's classic

laura k said...

Oh no no no, Castig is my favourite RED SOX announcer, of the choices we have, he is my favourite.

NOT my favourite announcer, period. That is and always will be the one and only Vin Scully.

(And I agree that call was awful, although I don't think any call can be "horrifically" bad.)

allan said...

i am somewhat surprised that the players have not gotten together and agreed to do whatever they think is best (or do the opposite of bogar)

laura k said...

Dr Jeff, thanks, I was wondering if you were coming back to answer. :)

Toronto and Vancouver always place high in the liveable cities list. I haven't been to Vancouver yet, but I look forward to going one day. We have tons of blog friends out there.

laura k said...

Nice! Free outs.

meunier said...

Blown sign

Amy said...

Was he really out? Looked like he touched the base before the tag.

Amy said...

Stupid rug!

meunier said...

Ugly turf hop

Jere said...

Melky hit a dong against the Yanks tonight. Cool.

Dr. Jeff said...

I'm always an intermittent commenter.

laura k said...

Jere, I see there was Scrabble news this week. I like that grrl was included.

allan said...

buffyvision has a graphic for lester. "southpaw success" - his ranking among LHP from 2008-11:

4 categories in which he was 1st or 2nd, i believe:

wins
winning %
IP
K/9

wins AND winning %?!?!?!?

Dr. Jeff said...

Speaking of Scrabble, I'm just finishing Word Freak by Fatsis.

Jere said...

I still can't believe the thing about allowing proper nouns in Scrabble.

Jere said...

Is this guy the lowest-numbered pitcher since Wells had 3?

laura k said...

Change is hard. :)

allan said...

LE BERT!!!!!!!!

Amy said...

GONE!!

laura k said...

EVIL DONG!!!! And we have a lead!

Jere said...

we lead.

Amy said...

I wonder if those new words are added to the online Scrabble game. I tried to play BLING, and it was rejected, and the article said BLINGY is now allowed, so I guess not.

laura k said...

I've been playing Word Mole on my Blackberry (as Amy knows) and I like that it allows proper names. But there's no history there.

allan said...

he needs a triple!

Amy said...

I still have had no luck finding a version for the PC. I tried to download one, but it didn't work. And mostly I get either other word games or mole games where you have to hit some creature.

laura k said...

I think it's a game made for the very small screen - a thumb game.

allan said...

whew - only solo

Jere said...

Lester held the lead for zero innings

Amy said...

You could see that one go right off the bat.

laura k said...

fucking bautista! man.

allan said...

THAT was a laser.

Jere said...

I didn't think it was high enough

allan said...

nearly overran it!

Amy said...

Gets the bad news!

Amy said...

Not Lester's best night....

laura k said...

You gotta be kidding.

allan said...

booooooooo

meunier said...

Get him out of there..

Jere said...

I DID think that was high enough.

Jere said...

Stupid NESN commercial: "The Red Sox go to the Bronx to take on the best-in-class Yankees." And they really emphasize "best." We can watch Yes if we want that shit! What the hell are they saying that for??

allan said...

i'd say best in class = best in east = 1st place ... but the rays are tied with them.

hey nesn: just say "hated yankees" or "bitter rivals" - that will work better. morons.

Jere said...

Yeah, if they're going by who's in first, they're wrong, and if they're not, why do they enjoy coming out and saying "we feel the Yanks are better than the Red Sox"?

laura k said...

here we go!

Amy said...

Good for Pedroia!

allan said...

instead of getting us pumped up and angry at the shitty yankees, we get pissed and annoyed at nesn.

not smart marketing.

Jere said...

Heard Don/Zaun talking through much of the pitching change. Rooted for cursing. They didn't deliver. Don said he's hearing a phone line though.

laura k said...

ha ha ha ha

laura k said...

I gotta turn off the computer, it's been a looong day. Dirty water coming soon.

Jere said...

I....I...gotta sitdown

Jere said...

single; runners advance 0 bases. Rare!

allan said...

which would be better:

ortiz hits triple, gets cycle

ortiz hits inside-the-park HR

Jere said...

youk will double off the left field wall

allan said...

pedroia in scoring position, single will score a run...

gonzalez singles -- pedroia still on the same base!

meunier said...

fuck

Jere said...

i'll take a sac fly. but goddamn it!!!!! pissed about inning, but, again we're getting Don and Zaun for the WHOLE commercial. They're just goofin' on the weird Canadian 7th inning stretch. Wow, NESN trying to make up for all those pitches they've missed?

allan said...

did they play "god bless canada"?

Jere said...

they played that crazy Blue Jays baseball song complete with people putting their arms up and down. (Zaun did it too.) While Don sat silent--they don't have much of an off-air repore.

allan said...

at least that is baseball-related (sort of) - it kicks ass on you know who's YMCA.

allan said...

aceves can't balk if no one is on base.

allan said...

buck martinez has an update on escobar, who was hbp last inning:

he has a bruise on his lower leg.

allan said...

god, jays guys whining about all their injuries.

allan said...

as if they'd be 35-0 without all that bad luck

Jere said...

i'm gagging. i'm actually gagging. about the sweat pouring off Jimmie Balker's brim. I thought Youk was bad.

allan said...

the roof is closed. so why is water dripping from aceves's cap like he's out there in a rain storm?

taking sweat lessons from yook?

Amy said...

I think he's sweating because he's afraid he will be called for a balk again.

Jere said...

i can't look at it. i will heave.

Amy said...

So when does this guy get sent somewhere else? Anywhere else?

allan said...

i want to believe he dunked his cap in cold water to stay cool on the mound. i want to believe this.

Jere said...

i feel like that woulda been a strike had there been better framing.

allan said...

wakefield up

allan said...

pitcher goes to the plate for a meeting????

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