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Chicago White Sox / Re: Pale Hose History
« Last post by AndyMacFAIL on March 09, 2018, 12:07:29 am »

    On March 9 in Baseball History...

    1897 - Cleveland signs Holy Cross star Chief Sockalexis to a contract. Sockalexis, a full-blooded Penobscot Indian, soon earns the admiration of Spiders supporters because of his outstanding all-around skill. Before long, baseball fans start referring to the Cleveland team as the Indians. Sockalexis plays only three years with the team because of acute alcoholism, but the nickname Indians will be revived in 1915 to become the club's official name.

    1922 - Rogers Hornsby, coveted by John McGraw of the Giants, signs a three-year contract with Cardinals' owner Sam Breadon. The 25 year-old second baseman, who will hit .404 over the three-year span of the deal, agrees to a salary of $18‚500 per season, making him the highest paid player in National League history.

    1936 - Babe Ruth turns down an offer by Reds general manager Larry MacPhail to make a comeback as a player. Ruth, who retired in June 1935, is inclined to accept the offer at first, but after talking it over with his wife, Claire, he says he has put on too much weight and is concerned about injuries to his legs if he returns as a player.

    1943 - The Dodgers trade first baseman Babe Dahlgren to the Phillies for outfielder Lloyd Waner and infielder Al Glossop. Philadephia's new 31 year-old infielder will enjoy an all-star season during his only year in the City of Brotherly Love, hitting a solid .287 for the seventh-place team.

    1946 - Ted Williams is offered $500,000 to play in the Mexican League. He stays in the U.S. and captures the A.L. MVP while leading the Red Sox to the pennant.

    1960 - Returning to his Palm Beach home after watching his A's play a spring training intra-squad game, Arnold Johnson is found by police semi-conscious and slumped behind the wheel of his car. The 53 year-old club owner will die early tomorrow morning as the result of suffering cerebral hemorrhage.

    1961 - The Yankees announce the team will be leaving its spring training home in St. Petersburg to move to Fort Lauderdale by 1963. The Yankee owners also encourage the new yet unnamed National League New York franchise to play its home games at the Polo Grounds and not to consider Yankee Stadium.

    1963 - Songwriters Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz introduced the official Met theme song, Meet the Mets, to the public. The tune will be modernized in 1984 adding Long Island, New Jersey, Brooklyn, Queens, Uptown and Down, to the team's East side, West side geographical realm.

    1972 - Players on the White Sox vote 31-0 in favor of a strike, if necessary, during negotiations between players and owners. The dispute centers around health and pension benefits for players. This is the first of a series of landmark team votes.

    1979 - Commissioner Bowie Kuhn issues a notice to all clubs urging that all reporters, regardless of sex, be treated equally in the matter of access to locker rooms.

    1994 - After being hit in the groin by an errant pickoff throw from teammate Mitch Williams that breaks his protective cup, John Kruk will be diagnosed with testicular cancer. The Phillies first baseman/outfielder will make a full recovery after surgery.

    1995 - With a vote of 28-0, the major league owners admit two new teams, the Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The teams will be assigned leagues in January of 1997.

    1996 - The Chicago White Sox signed Brian Schmack as a non-drafted free agent.

    2005 - Current and former big league players as well as baseball executives are issued subpoenas to appear on March 17 by the House Committee on Government Reform. The eleven ‘invitees’ to the congressional hearing on steroid use include Sandy Alderson, Jose Canseco, Donald Fehr, Jason Giambi, Rob Manfred, Mark McGwire, Rafael Palmeiro, Curt Schilling, Sammy Sosa, Frank Thomas, and Kevin Towers.

    2006 - At Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan a "Down with Fidel" sign, seen by millions of television viewers -- including those watching the WBC contest in Cuba, creates an international incident. A Cuban official attending the game confronts the male sign-holder, but Puerto Rican police quickly intercede, taking Angel Iglesias to a nearby police station where the vice president of Cuba's National Institute of Sports is reminded that Puerto Ricans enjoy the right to freedom of speech.

    2009 - Alex Rodriguez undergoes an 80-minute arthroscopic surgical procedure to repair torn cartilage in his right hip. The Yankees third baseman, who will need a more extensive operation in the offseason, expects to return to the lineup in May.

    2010 - Amidst much hoopla, Stephen Strasburg throws two scoreless innings against Detroit in his much anticipated first exhibition start for the Nationals this spring. The former San Diego State right-hander, the recipient of the Golden Spikes award as best amateur baseball player in the nation, was selected as the number one overall pick in last year’s draft, signing a record $15.1 million, four-year deal with Washington.

    2011 - Luis Salazar is airlifted to Orlando Regional Medical Center after being struck in the face by a foul line drive hit by Brian McCann while standing in the dugout in the first inning of a Braves' exhibition game in Lake Buena Vista. The 54-year-old minor league manager sustains a concussion and will lose his left eye as a result of the injury.

    2014 - Barry Bonds returns to the Giants as a special spring training instructor for the young Giants' hitters, a role the organization believes will be of benefit to the club for years to come. The much-maligned former superstar, who played in his last major league game in 2007, has a ten-year personal services contract with San Francisco, which has yet to commence. 

    2017 - Kris Bryant (.292, 39, 102), who made $652K in his rookie year, becomes the highest-paid second-year player when he comes to terms with the World Champion Cubs on a contract reportedly worth $1.05 million. The Chicago third baseman’s deal surpasses the previous record major league record of one million dollars, given to sophomore outfielder Mike Trout in 2014 by the Angels.

    2017 - "Major League Baseball’s greatest responsibility is to ensure that today’s youth become active participants in our game as players and fans. The ‘MLB Little League Classic’ exemplifies our entire sport’s commitment to building a stronger connection between young people and the National Pastime" - ROB MANFRED, Commissioner of Baseball.

Major League Baseball announces the first "MLB Little League Classic" will be played between Cardinals and Pirates on August 20 at Williamsport’s BB&T Ballpark, the second-oldest minor league ballpark in the United States which was formerly known as Bowman Field when it opened 1926. The regular season game, originally scheduled to be played at PNC Park, will take place in conjunction with the Little League World Series that will be taking place in nearby Howard J. Lamade Stadium.

    Baseball Birthdays on March 9...

    1861 - Atkinson, Al
    1869 - Quinlan, Frank
    1869 - McPherson, John
    1872 - Delahanty, Tom
    1875 - Bliss, Elmer
    1877 - Pearson, Alex
    1882 - Compton, Jack
    1890 - Mapel, Rolla
    1890 - Davis, George
    1893 - Williams, Lefty

    1893 - Southworth, Billy
    1895 - Kane, Frank
    1896 - Yarrison, Rube
    1897 - Dawson, Joe
    1906 - Wise, Hughie
    1908 - Hoag, Myril
    1912 - Vaughan, Arky
    1916 - Rich, Woody
    1918 - Alderson, Dale
    1927 - Jensen, Jackie
    1930 - Raines, Larry
    1932 - Kline, Ron
    1934 - Landis, Jim

    1942 - Campaneris, Bert
    1944 - Acosta, Ed
    1948 - Curtis, John
    1948 - Neumeier, Dan
    1948 - Chaney, Darrel
    1950 - Ault, Doug
    1959 - Babitt, Shooty
    1963 - Mulholland, Terry
    1965 - Santiago, Benito
    1967 - Horsman, Vince
    1973 - Boone, Aaron
    1973 - Nitkowski, C.J.
    1974 - Franklin, Wayne
    1975 - Sasser, Rob
    1977 - Leone, Justin
    1978 - Neu, Mike
    1979 - Hill, Koyie
    1981 - Rapada, Clay
    1983 - Aybar, Willy
    1984 - Johnson, Elliot
    1984 - Stammen, Craig
    1985 - Boc0ck, Brian
    1985 - Litsch, Jesse
    1987 - Hudson, Daniel

    1988 - Roberts, Ken
    1995 - Burdi, Zack

    Baseball Deaths on March 9...

    1890 - Goodman, Jake
    1899 - McGunnigle, Bill
    1917 - Snyder, Cooney
    1934 - Dugdale, Dan
    1946 - Nagle, Tom
    1958 - Roach, Skel
    1959 - Wilson, Fin
    1959 - Flinn, Don
    1966 - Robinson, Aaron
    1966 - Steele, Elmer
    1967 - Meyer, Jack
    1968 - Callahan, Jim
    1974 - Quick, Hal
    1977 - Merena, Spike
    1978 - Doran, Bill
    1980 - Baker, Tom
    1983 - Manda, Carl
    1984 - Blackburn, Charlie
    1987 - Bonura, Zeke

    1990 - Vedder, Lou
    1991 - Hardin, Jim
    1994 - Fletcher, Elbie
    2010 - Davis, Willie
    2011 - McNamara, Bob
    2012 - Wendelstedt, Harry
    2017 - Hands, Bill




Chicago White Sox / Re: White Sox Spring Training 2018
« Last post by AndyMacFAIL on March 08, 2018, 12:44:05 pm »

today's split squad games:

link to web video of this game

link to web audio of this game

Chicago White Sox / Re: White Sox Spring Training 2018
« Last post by msf on March 08, 2018, 07:02:21 am »
Nate Jones has been good thus far.
Chicago White Sox / Re: Pale Hose History
« Last post by AndyMacFAIL on March 08, 2018, 12:21:44 am »

    On March 8 in Baseball History...

    1900 - In New York, the N.L. meets, voting to shrink to eight teams. They pay the Baltimore owners $30,000 for their franchise, with Charles Ebbets and Ned Hanlon reserving the right to sell the players. Cleveland, Louisville, and Washington receive $10,000 each, with Louisville owner Barney Dreyfuss sending most of his players to his Pittsburgh team. The circuit will remain the same until the Boston Braves move to Milwaukee in 1953.

    1913 - The Federal League is organized as a six-team outlaw circuit and elects John T. Powers president. It will play 120 games at a level equivalent to the lower minor leagues, but will enhance its status considerably in 1914 to challenge the major leagues.

    1923 - Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis allows former Giants left-handed pitcher Rube Benton to return to the N.L.. Benton had admitted prior knowledge of the 1919 World Series fix, but he remained in baseball, winning 22 for St. Paul (American Association). N.L. President John Heydler disagrees with Landis, calling Benton undesirable, but does not stop the Reds from signing him. Benton, 35, will be 14-10 for the second-place Reds.

    1930 - Babe Ruth signs a two-year contract for $160,000 with New York. At $80,000 per year, he is the highest paid player of all time as of 1930.

    1941 - Losing Pitcher' Hugh Mulcahy of the Phillies becomes the first major league player to be drafted into the Armed Forces. The newest member of the 101st Artillery at Cape Cod's Camp Edwards had lost 22 games last season and 20 in 1938 to lead the National League in defeats both years.

    1946 - The first spring training game ever to be played in Arizona takes place at Tucson’s Hi Corbett Field. The Indians, behind the pitching of Bob Lemon, beat the Giants, 3-1, in the inaugural Cactus League contest.

    1947 - In Havana's new stadium delCerro, the Yankees beat the Dodgers, 1-0 on Snuffy Stirnweiss's tenth inning single, which is the Bronx Bombers' only hit.

    1966 - Prior to an intrasquad contest in St. Petersburg in a pregame ceremony, the Mets announce former manager Casey Stengel had been elected to the Hall of Fame. The 75-year old 'Old Perfessor' benefitted from a new rule by the Baseball Writers Committee on Veterans that makes any manager, umpire or executive past the age of 65 eligible to be elected to the Hall of Fame six months after retiring, bypassing the traditional five-year wait rule for players.

    1985 - Dave Stieb, the ace of the Toronto staff for the past five seasons, signs an 11-year contract that could be worth up to $25 million with deferred payments and incentives. He would pitch only another six full seasons.

    2001 - In a press release, the Orioles announce Albert Belle, "has been found to be totally disabled and unable to perform as a Major League baseball player," due to a degenerative right hip. The Orioles will place the 34-year old outfielder on the 60-day disabled list, thus beginning the process which conforms to the procedure set forth by Major League Baseball in the case of a totally disabling and permanent injury to a player.

    2006 - A Canadian team made up mostly of minor leaguers stuns the baseball world by beating a highly-favored Team USA in the first round of the WBC, 8-6. Thanks to center fielder Adam Stern, who hits an inside-the-park homer, collects four RBIs and makes a pair of sensational catches, and 21-year old southpaw Adam Loewen, who gives up three hits and keeps the American all-stars scoreless for 3 2-3 innings, the Canadians post their biggest victory in its national history of baseball.

    2008 - In hopes of a more lucrative deal in the future, Ryan Zimmerman inks a new one-year contract to play infield with the Nationals. After he homers and drives in four runs during a 12-10 split-squad victory over the Astros, the third baseman agrees to a $465,000 deal, slightly improving his present salary.

    2011 - Kim Ng is named by MLB as the senior Vice-President of its baseball operations, making her the highest-ranking woman in the major leagues. The Dodger Assistant General Manager, a post she held since 2001, will report to Joe Torre, who had managed in LA during the last three years of her tenure.

    2013 - Allen Craig (.307, 22, 92) and the Cardinals agree to a $31 million, five-year deal valued at $43 million over six seasons. The 28 year-old first baseman played a key role in the 2011 St. Louis World Championship, contributing three go-ahead RBIs, including a clutch eighth-inning line drive in Game 6 that sparked the start of an unforgettable Redbirds' rally.

    2016 - A meeting today (3/08) at 3:08 p.m at Clemens Field, named after Samuel Clemens which has .308 gate and a 308 right-field foul pole, a .309 suite, and a monument depicting a .309 batting average, will help solve a mystery surrounding a not so well-known resident, Jake Beckley. The purpose of the gathering is to determine which number should be used to commemorate the Hall of Fame outfielder's batting average, .308 as listed by and many other resources or the .309, engraved on his plaque at Cooperstown.

    2017  - "When Moses Fleetwood Walker walked onto a field in Toledo, he did more than play a game. He was more than just an athlete. He did more than throw, catch, or hit. That day and every day he played he started a conversation." - CRAIG BROWN, an adjunct professor at Kent State University.

By a vote of 93-1, the Ohio House passes Bill 59, setting aside October 7 each year in honor of Moses Fleetwood Walker, the first-openly African American to play under contract in the major leagues. In 1884, the bare-handed backstop caught for the American Association’s Toledo Blue Stockings, until a rib injury and the team’s excessive payroll led to his release late in the season.

    Baseball Birthdays on March 8...

    1857 - Annis, Bill
    1869 - Hughey, Jim
    1875 - Brush, Bob
    1879 - Clarke, Josh
    1882 - Lord, Harry
    1891 - O'Mara, Ollie
    1893 - Francis, Ray
    1895 - Bentley, Jack
    1896 - Clarke, Lefty
    1898 - Bedgood, Phil
    1909 - Fox, Pete
    1912 - Mueller, Ray
    1917 - Salkeld, Bill
    1922 - Furillo, Carl
    1922 - Gionfriddo, Al
    1924 - Atwell, Toby
    1926 - Teed, Dick
    1930 - Grim, Bob
    1934 - Hunter, Willard
    1934 - Breeding, Marv
    1937 - Small, Jim
    1939 - Bouton, Jim
    1942 - Allen, Dick

    1942 - Gerberman, George
    1948 - Staton, Joe
    1949 - Jimenez, Juan
    1953 - Rice, Jim
    1953 - Werner, Don
    1954 - Remmerswaal, Win
    1955 - Nastu, Philip
    1957 - Stoddard, Bob
    1957 - Butcher, John
    1958 - Capra, Nick
    1960 - Hagen, Kevin
    1961 - Salas, Mark

    1964 - McCullers, Lance
    1967 - Johnston, Joel
    1968 - Dougherty, Jim
    1973 - Thompson, Justin
    1973 - Lukasiewicz, Mark
    1975 - Peña, Jesús

    1976 - Encarnacion, Juan
    1976 - Freel, Ryan
    1982 - Stansberry, Craig
    1983 - Lambert, Chris
    1983 - Worrell, Mark
    1988 - Pham, Tommy
    1993 - Bautista, Rafael

    Baseball Deaths on March 8...

    1924 - Allen, Myron
    1926 - Armstrong, Howard
    1939 - Stratton, Scott
    1971 - Sigman, Tripp
    1974 - Pratt, Frank
    1977 - Benton, Sid
    1978 - Smith, Red
    1981 - Claset, Gowell
    1984 - Cunningham, Bruce
    1985 - Todd, Al
    1989 - Coogan, Dale
    1992 - Edwards, Sherman
    1996 - Nicholson, Bill
    1999 - DiMaggio, Joe
    2002 - Sepkowski, Ted
    2003 - McGowan, Mickey
    2007 - Martinez, Marty
    2007 - Vukovich, John
    2008 - Alvarez, Ossie
    2009 - Wolfe, Ed
    2014 - Bulling, Bud


Chicago White Sox / Re: White Sox Spring Training 2018
« Last post by BillSharp on March 07, 2018, 09:58:51 pm »
Infante looks like he'll get a DL stint followed by a rehab, but I doubt he'll be cut, can't designate for assignment a guy on DL.

Rodon could be put on 60 DL, hard to believe minor surgery will keep him out for a whole year - still think the Sox aren't telling the truth about Rodon
Chicago White Sox / Re: White Sox Spring Training 2018
« Last post by AndyMacFAIL on March 07, 2018, 01:25:11 pm »
Chicago White Sox / Re: White Sox Spring Training 2018
« Last post by AndyMacFAIL on March 07, 2018, 01:15:28 pm »
What is wrong with Infante? I thought he had a good year last year, is it an elbow or shoulder?

White Sox's Gregory Infante: Dealing with injury



Easing back in: Reliever Gregory Infante has been slowed by shoulder inflammation but should throw a bullpen session Sunday or Monday.

The right-hander appeared in 52 games with the Sox last season and is in the mix to secure a spot in the rebuilt bullpen. Manager Rick Renteria said it is “too early” to determine whether Infante will be ready for opening day March 29 in Kansas City.

“If we can get him to go full tilt and get him some work on the side and maybe on the back fields to see where he’s at, there’s no reason to believe he can’t work himself back,” Renteria said.

Chicago White Sox / Re: White Sox Spring Training 2018
« Last post by msf on March 07, 2018, 07:04:43 am »
What is wrong with Infante? I thought he had a good year last year, is it an elbow or shoulder?
Chicago White Sox / Re: Pale Hose History
« Last post by AndyMacFAIL on March 07, 2018, 12:03:59 am »

    On March 7 in Baseball History...

    1903 - In the first trade under the A.L./N.L. peace treaty, the Giants send their 1902 part-time manager Heinie Smith to Detroit for second baseman Kid Gleason, who is immediately moved to Philadelphia, where he will end a 20-year playing career.

    1914 - In the last inning of an intrasquad exhibition game of the International League’s Baltimore Orioles, the recently-signed George Herman Ruth Jr. hits his first professional home run, a 400 foot shot at the Cape Fear Fairgrounds in Fayetteville. A state marker claims the famous moniker 'Babe' was given to the 19 year-old during his stay in this North Carolina city when his teammates teased him about being adopted by the team's manager Jack Dunn, who legally became the parent of St. Mary’s Industrial School to keep him on the club.

    1923 - The New England American Legion appeals to Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis to discontinue morning games on Memorial Day. The request is turned down.

    1924 - Reds manager Pat Moran dies of Bright's Disease and is replaced within minutes by coach Jack Hendricks. Moran had become ill on March 1 on a train to spring training in Orlando, Florida, but did not see a physician for three days. By then, his liver and kidneys had all but ceased to function.

    1941 - Believed to be the first time that players don protective headgear, Pee Wee Reese and Ducky Medwick wear plastic inserts inside their caps during a spring exhibition game. The Dodger teammates had both missed weeks of playing time after being beaned by a pitch during the 1940 season.

    1955 - Commissioner Ford Frick announces he favors the legalization of the spitter.
    1956 - Still seeking workman's compensation coverage, the players accept the owners' position on the World Series television deal and the proposed minimum salary structure.

    1979 - The Special Veterans Committee selects former center fielder Hack Wilson, who compiled a .307 batting average playing mostly for the Giants and the Cubs during his 12-year major league career, for the Hall of Fame. The committee also choses former National League president Warren Giles, who spent 18 years in the post, for induction in Cooperstown this summer.

    1995 - The Veterans Committee selects former players Richie Ashburn‚ Vic Willis‚ and Leon Day, and past president of the National League, William Hulbert, for induction to the Hall of Fame. Day, a Negro League right hander, who played in Baltimore with the Black Sox and the Elite Giants and with the Brooklyn and Newark Eagles, will be dead of a heart attack in less than a week after hearing the good news.

    2001 - Bud Selig upholds the January 14 Blue Jay and White Sox trade which sent Toronto pitchers David Wells and Matt DeWitt to the White Sox in exchange for pitchers Mike Sirotka, Kevin Beirne and Mike Williams and outfielder Brian Simmons. Although, upon further medical examinations, Mike Sirotka was determined to be 'damaged goods' prior to the deal, the commissioner used a 'buyers beware' policy stating the individual club must take responsibility for the information originally used in making the transaction.

    2006 - In their World Baseball Classic debut, Team USA blanks Mexico, 2-0. Home runs by Derrek Lee and Chipper Jones along with Jake Peavy and bevy of relievers combining to throw a four-hitter prove to be the difference as the United States defeats their neighbors from south of the border.

    2008 - With a two-out RBI single in the ninth inning off reliever Colter Bean, Danny Sandoval spoils the Braves' bid for a spring training combined no-hitter. Atlanta uses seven hurlers beating the Indians at Winter Haven 4-1.

    2008 - The Cape Cod Times reports MLB has threatened to withhold their annual grant from from the Cape Cod League if the six teams in the 10-team circuit sharing nicknames with big league, such as the Chatham Athletics, do not purchase all future uniforms and souvenir merchandise from licensed vendors, a more expensive option. The deadline has been extended until March 21, to give league officials more time to resolve the issue.

    2014 - The Kansas City Royals released Brad Penny.

    Baseball Birthdays on March 7...

    1879 - Clark, Ginger
    1881 - Sellers, Rube
    1881 - Scanlan, Doc
    1881 - Fallon, Charlie
    1884 - Willett, Ed
    1888 - Griner, Dan
    1890 - Danforth, Dave

    1891 - Wisterzil, Tex
    1894 - Gleich, Frank
    1894 - Jacobson, Merwin
    1901 - Loftus, Dick
    1910 - Archer, Fred
    1910 - McFarland, Howie
    1914 - Gallagher, Joe
    1915 - Campbell, Soup
    1915 - Reninger, Jim
    1919 - Walsh, Junior
    1921 - Fusselman, Les
    1925 - Holloman, Bobo
    1929 - Wilson, Red

    1930 - Acker, Tom
    1931 - Rand, Dick
    1933 - Bouchee, Ed
    1936 - Cisco, Galen
    1941 - Clark, Glen
    1947 - Howarth, Jim
    1950 - Richard, J.R.
    1951 - Burroughs, Jeff
    1953 - Stein, Randy
    1954 - Armstrong, Mike
    1954 - Nyman, Nyls

    1958 - Hall, Albert
    1960 - Carter, Joe
    1962 - Cano, Jose
    1962 - Gonzalez, German
    1963 - Miller, Keith
    1964 - Edwards, Wayne

    1965 - Armstrong, Jack
    1966 - Gozzo, Mauro
    1968 - Boucher, Denis
    1968 - Kent, Jeff
    1980 - Munter, Scott
    1983 - Casilla, Santiago
    1983 - Macias, Drew
    1983 - Tankersley, Taylor
    1987 - Carreno Joel
    1988 - Ladendorf, Tyler
    1994 - Labourt, Jairo


    Baseball Deaths on March 7...

    1892 - O'Neill, Fred
    1902 - Galvin, Pud
    1912 - Amole, Doc
    1916 - Donovan, Fred
    1924 - Moran, Pat
    1932 - Carrick, Bill
    1936 - Rogers, Tom
    1937 - Baldwin, Lady
    1940 - Johnston, Johnny
    1941 - Wetzel, Buzz
    1947 - McGarvey, Dan
    1950 - Brown, Joe

    1953 - Wilson, Tom
    1956 - Des Jardien, Shorty
    1959 - Glaiser, John
    1967 - Shealy, Al
    1975 - Benes, Joe
    1978 - Bilko, Steve
    1981 - Wanninger, Pee-Wee
    1986 - Moore, Jimmy

    1994 - Hofferth, Stew
    2000 - Sanford, Jack
    2002 - Haslin, Mickey
    2003 - Libke, Al
    2007 - Mailho, Emil
    2011 - Dezelan, Frank
    2013 - Martin, Ray
    2013 - Striker, Jake

    2013 - Thomas, Carl
    2016 - Kraly, Steve




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