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The Philadelphia Phillies Players In All Organizational Affiliates, Prospects + Depth Charts (MLB + MiLB) Fall 2013

The club was one of the premiere franchises from 2007 - 2011, with 5 straight NL East Titles, 2 World Series Appearances, and taking home the big prize in 2008.  The Phightins have been battling old age, the injury bug, plus the management not knowing whether to pull the plug on the core talent of this squad - or to give it one more go at it.  Charlie Manuel was finally the fall guy last month when he was let go from his managerial duties.  Ryne Sandberg has the team playing better.  Will it be enough for the organization to back him beyond this season.  Will the franchise restock for another kick at the can in 2014?  Here is the players they currently possess in the system.

The club was one of the premiere franchises from 2007 – 2011, with 5 straight NL East Titles, 2 World Series Appearances, and taking home the big prize in 2008. The ‘Phightins’ have been battling old age, the injury bug, plus the management not knowing whether to pull the plug on the core talent of this squad – or to give it one more go at it. Charlie Manuel was finally the fall guy last month when he was let go from his managerial duties. Ryne Sandberg has the team playing better. Will it be enough for the organization to back him beyond this season?  Or maybe  the franchise restocks for another kick at the can in 2014? Here is the players they currently possess in the system.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): and welcome Jeff Kleiner (Salary, Roster and Depth Chart Expert for the MLB) – visit his website  here  

The Phillies have posted winning records since 2001.  While the year may be getting away from them in 2013, there are some extremely encouraging signs for the future.’

Ben Revere was excelling at his position at CF and at the plate before he went down with a season ending injury.

The emergence of Domonic Brown in the 1st half, and 1B/OF Darin Ruf, have given the team a cost conscious alternative to combat huge salaries like Cliff Lee and Ryan Howard, that combine to be over $50 in the next 3 years, the latter, has been injured the most of the last 2 seasons.

You add high priced Veterans like Jimmy Rollins, and $22.5 MIL a year Cole Hamels, and you are talking about a lofty payroll for the next several years.

However, the team also extended franchise face Chase Utley, for 2 YRs/$25 – 30 MIL – that should see him possibly retire a Phillie.

The club has played much better since Ryne Sandberg assumed the helm as manager.

The team also has traded several veterans away in the last few years, to accrue Minor League Talent back in return.  Among the departed have been Hunter Pence, Shane Victorino and Michael Young.

The question going forward is to what this team will do with Roy Halladay and Carlos Ruiz.  Somehow, I think that Ruben Amaro JR, will find a way to re-sign these two guys for a limited years, and possibly incentive laden contracts this coming winter.

Whatever the case, it should be an interesting ride in Philly the next few years.

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Phillies Organization click here.

For the 3 Part Historical Series I did on the  Phillies organization, click here.

Chase Utley Highlights

Cliff Lee is having a typical year of his in 2013, with a 14 - 6 record, a 2.95 ERA and leads the NL in SO ratio with a 6.28/1 mark.  The recently turned 35 Year Old, will make a minimum of $62.5 MIL over 2014 and 2015, and could equal $77.5 from 2014 - 2016, should he reach his Vesting Option.  Lee has thrown like a #1 Ace, and the Phillies will need him to lead the charge in the next few campaigns - if they have any thoughts about making it back to the playoffs.

Cliff Lee is having a typical year of his in 2013, with a 14 – 6 record, a 2.95 ERA and leads the NL in SO ratio with a 6.28/1 mark. The recently turned 35 Year Old, will make a minimum of $62.5 MIL over 2014 and 2015, and could equal $77.5 from 2014 – 2016, should he reach his Vesting Option. Lee has thrown like a #1 Ace, and the Phillies will need him to lead the charge in the next few campaigns – if they have any thoughts about making it back to the playoffs.

Payroll In Signed $

2013 Budget $152,738,614
2014 Budget $137,500,000
Ryan Howard's $25 MIL contract per year from 2014 - 2016, with a Team Buyout in 2017 worth $10 MIL is the kind of contract that may cripple the competitive balance of the organization.  Ripple effects will be felt as long as #6 continues to be injury plagued - or unproductive.  The 'Big Piece' was the most prolific power hitter in the NL from 2006 - until he broke his ankle in the 2011 NLDS.  Have we seen the last of the ALL - Star Caliber play from the big guy, or can he play a role on the squad going forward?

Ryan Howard’s $25 MIL contract per year from 2014 – 2016, with a Team Buyout in 2017 worth $10 MIL is the kind of contract that may cripple the competitive balance of the organization. Ripple effects will be felt as long as #6 continues to be injury plagued – or unproductive. The ‘Big Piece’ was the most prolific power hitter in the NL from 2006 – until he broke his ankle in the 2011 NLDS. Have we seen the last of the ALL – Star Caliber play from the big guy, or can he play a role on the squad going forward?

Management

CEO Bill Giles

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GM- Ruben Amaro, Jr.

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MGR- Ryne Sandberg

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PCO- Rich Dubee

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HCO- Greg Gross

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1BCO- Wally Joyner

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3BCO- Juan Samuel 39

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BHCO- Pete Mackanin 25

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BPCO- Mick Billmeyer 12
Roy Halladay was supposed to be the final cog to have the Philadelphia team back in the World Series, when they signed him to a 3 YR/$60 MIL extension, running from 2011 - 2013.  The Phils only received a 40 -16 through 'Doc's' 1st 2 years with the team, only to fall back to 15 - 12 record, with an above 5 ERA over the last 2 seasons.  Can he rebound - and will he even be retained in Philadelphia in going forward?  While he has looked better since returning to the lineup in late AUG, featuring a 2 - 0 record, with a 4.28 ERA, his WHIP is still north of 1.40 - and he doesn't look the same as he did when he was perhaps the top Pitcher in the game of baseball.

Roy Halladay was supposed to be the final cog to have the Philadelphia team back in the World Series, when they signed him to a 3 YR/$60 MIL extension, running from 2011 – 2013. The Phils only received a 40 -16 through ‘Doc’s’ 1st 2 years with the team, only to fall back to 15 – 12 record, with an above 5 ERA over the last 2 seasons. Can he rebound – and will he even be retained in Philadelphia in going forward? While he has looked better since returning to the lineup in late AUG, featuring a 2 – 0 record, with a 4.28 ERA, his WHIP is still north of 1.40 – and he doesn’t look the same as he did when he was perhaps the top Pitcher in the game of baseball.

40 man roster
25 man roster
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All of the players in the Organization Minors and Majors:’

PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Roy Halladay ML 6 X 60 37 $20,000,000 FA
SP2- Cliff Lee ML 5 X 35 $25,000,000 $25,000,000
SP3- Cole Hamels ML 3 X 30 $20,500,000 $22,500,000
SP4- Kyle Kendrick ML 6 X 29 $4,500,000 ARB4
SP5- Jonathan Pettibone ML 2 X 15 23 NON-ARB2
SP6- John Lannan ML 4 X 15 29 $2,500,000 FA
SP7- Tyler Cloyd ML 3 X 26 $500,000 NON-ARB1
SP8- Mauricio Robles ML 5 X 24 SIGNED NON-ARB3
SPS- Ethan Martin ML 3 X 24 NON-ARB1
RHMR- Zach Miner ML 7 X 31 FA
RHMR- Mike Adams ML 8 X 60 35 $5,000,000 $7,000,000
RHMR- Michael Stutes ML 3 X 15 27 $492,500 ARB1
LHMR- Jeremy Horst ML 4 X 15 29 $497,000 NON-ARB3
LHMR- B.J. Rosenberg ML 3 X 28 $500,000 NON-ARB2
LHMR- Joe Savery ML 4 X 28 $490,000 NON-ARB2
RHSU- Justin De Fratus ML 4 X 26 $500,000 NON-ARB3
RHSU- Luis Garcia ML 3 X 26 NON-ARB2
LHSU- Jacob Diekman ML 4 X 26 $500,000 NON-ARB3
LHSU- Antonio Bastardo ML 6 X 28 $1,400,000 ARB2
LHSU- Cesar Jimenez ML 8 X OOO 29 NON-ARB3
CL- Jonathan Papelbon ML 2 X 33 $13,000,000 $13,000,000
13 $95,379,500 $87,500,000
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Carlos Ruiz ML 7 X 34 $5,000,000 FA
1B- Ryan Howard ML 4 X 15 34 $20,000,000 $25,000,000
2B- Chase Utley ML 4 X 35 $15,285,714 $14,000,000
SS- Jimmy Rollins ML 5 X 35 $11,000,000 $11,000,000
3B- Cody Asche ML 0 X 23 NON-ARB1
LF- Domonic Brown ML 5 X 26 $500,000 ARB1
CF- Ben Revere ML 4 X 15 25 $515,000 ARB1
RF- Darin Ruf ML 2 X 27 $490,000 NON-ARB2
C- Erik Kratz ML 9 X 33 $496,000 NON-ARB3
C- Cameron Rupp ML 1 X 25 SIGNED NON-ARB1
1B-
3B-
UTL- Freddy Galvis ML 4 X 24 $490,000 NON-ARB3
UTL- Michael Martinez ML 6 X 31 $500,000 NON-ARB3
UTL- Kevin Frandsen ML 5 X OOO 31 $850,000 ARB3
UTL- Cesar Hernandez ML 4 X 23 NON-ARB1
OF- Roger Bernadina ML 7 X 29 $1,210,000 ARB2
OF- Pete Orr ML 9 X 34 ARB1
OF- Casper Wells ML 6 X OOO 15 29 $505,400 ARB1
OF- John Mayberry ML 6 X OOO 30 $517,000 ARB1
11 3 $57,359,114 $50,000,000
AAA Lehigh Valley IronPigs (INT)
CEO- Chuck Domino
GM- Kurt Landes
MGR- Dave Brundage
PCO- Ray Burris
HCO- Sal Rende
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Adam Morgan AAA 0 X 23 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP2-
SP3-
SP4-
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR-
LHMR-
RHSU- Mike MacDougal AAA X SIGNED FA
RHSU- J.C. Ramirez ML 5 X 25 SIGNED NON-ARB2
LHSU- Jay Johnson AAA 0 X 24 SIGNED NON-ARB1
LHSU- Greg Smith AAA 7 X 30 SIGNED NON-ARB3
LHSU- Raul Valdes ML 5 X 36 $505,000 ARB1
LHSU- Robert Rasmussen AAA 1 X 24 SIGNED NON-ARB1
CL- Phillippe Aumont ML 5 X 24 $490,000 NON-ARB2
CL- Justin Friend AAA 4 X 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Steven Lerud AAA 8 X 29 SIGNED NON-ARB2
1B- Cody Overbeck AAA 3 X 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
2B-
SS-
3B- Josh Fields AAA 6 X 31 SIGNED ARB1
LF- Tyson Gillies ML 4 X 25 $490,000 NON-ARB1
CF- Leandro Castro AAA 4 X 24 SIGNED NON-ARB1
RF-
DH-
C-
1B-
3B-
UTL- Matt Tolbert AAA 7 X 31 $575,000 ARB2
UTL- Andrés Blanco AAA 9 X 7 29 SIGNED ARB1
OF- Derrick Mitchell AAA 6 X 26 SIGNED NON-ARB1
OF- Steve Susdorf AAA 3 X 27 NON-ARB2
AA Reading Fighting Phillies (EAS)
CEO- Craig Stein
GM- Scott Hunsicker
MGR- Dusty Wathan
PCO- David Lundquist
HCO- Frank Cacciatore
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- David Buchanan AA 1 X 24 SIGNED
SP2- Brody Colvin AA 1 X 23 SIGNED
SP3- Austin Wright AA 0 X 24 SIGNED
SP4- Kyle Simon AA 0 X 23 SIGNED
SP5- Jesse Biddle AA 1 X 22 SIGNED
SP6- Mike Nesseth AA 1 X 25 SIGNED
SP7- Mario Hollands AA 2 X 25 SIGNED
SPS- Colby Shreve AA 3 X 25 SIGNED
RHMR-
LHMR- Bobby Bramhall AA 5 X 28 SIGNED NON-ARB1
RHSU- Tyler Knigge AA 1 X 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Juan Sosa AA 4 X 24 SIGNED
LHSU-
CL- Seth Rosin AA 1 X 25 SIGNED
CL- Hector Neris AA 1 X 24 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Tommy Joseph AA 1 X 7 22 SIGNED NON-ARB1
1B- Jim Murphy AA 3 X 28 SIGNED
2B- Albert Cartwright AA 4 X 26 SIGNED
SS- Edgar Duran AA 3 X 22 SIGNED
3B- Tyler Henson AA 5 X 26 SIGNED NON-ARB1
LF- Zach Collier ML 3 X 23 $490,000 NON-ARB1
CF- Kelly Dugan AA 2 X 23 SIGNED
RF- Anthony Hewitt AA 3 X 24 SIGNED
DH-
C- Sebastian Valle ML 4 X 23 SIGNED
C- John Suomi AA 11 X 33 SIGNED NON-ARB1
C- Justin Dalles AA 4 X 25 SIGNED
1B-
3B- Maikel Franco AA 1 X 21 SIGNED
UTL- Troy Hanzawa AA 3 X 28 SIGNED
UTL-
OF- Tyson Gillies ML 4 X 25 $490,000 NON-ARB1
OF-
A+ Clearwater Threshers (FSL)
CEO- David Montgomery
GM- John Timberlake
MGR- Chris Truby
PCO- Bob Milacki
HCO- John Mizerock
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Colin Kleven A+ 1 X 7 22 SIGNED
SP2- Perci Garner A+ 1 X 25 SIGNED
SP3- Hoby Milner A+ 0 X 22 SIGNED
SP4- Severino Gonzalez A+ 0 X 21 SIGNED
SP5- Jordan Guth A+ 0 X 22 SIGNED
SP6- Nick Hernandez A+ 2 X 25 SIGNED
SP7- Ethan Stewart A+ 2 X 22 SIGNED
SPS-
RHMR- Steven Inch A+ 2 X 22 SIGNED
RHMR- Nefi Ogando A+ 1 X 23 SIGNED
LHMR-
RHSU- Ryan O’Sullivan A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED
RHSU- Luis Paulino A+ 4 X 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Gabriel Arias A+ 4 X 7 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Daniel Carela A+ 3 X 26 SIGNED
LHSU-
CL- Colton Murray A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED NON-ARB1
CL- Kenneth Giles A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Logan Moore A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED
1B- Christopher Serritella A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED
2B- Carlos Alonso A+ 1 X 25 SIGNED
SS- Jose Mojica A+ 3 X 24 SIGNED
3B- Miguel Abreu A+ 6 X 29 SIGNED
LF- Brock Stassi A+ 0 X 24 SIGNED
CF- Aaron Altherr A+ 2 X 22 SIGNED
RF- Cameron Perkins A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED
DH-
C- Bob Stumpo A+ 1 X 26 SIGNED
1B- Harold Martinez A+ 0 X 23 SIGNED
3B- Austin Gallagher A+ 4 X 7 25 SIGNED
UTL-
UTL- Jonathan Roof A+ 1 X 24 SIGNED
OF- Jiwan James A+ 4 X 24 SIGNED
OF- Kyrell Hudson A+ 3 X SUS 23 SIGNED
OF- Peter Lavin A+ 0 X 26 SIGNED
A Lakewood BlueClaws (SAL)
CEO-
GM- Geoff Brown
MGR- Mickey Morandini
PCO- Aaron Fultz
HCO- Greg Legg
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Ramon Oviedo A 1 X 23
SP2- Shane Watson A 0 X 7 20 SIGNED
SP3- Lino Martinez A 2 X 21 SIGNED
SP4- Jon Prosinski A 0 X 22 SIGNED
SP5-
SPS- Miguel Nunez A 0 X 21 SIGNED
SPS- Nicholas Hanson A 0 X 21 SIGNED
RHMR- Jonathan Musser A 0 X 22 SIGNED
RHMR- Kevin Walter A 0 X 21 SIGNED
LHMR- Yoel Mecias A 0 X 7 20 SIGNED
RHSU- Delvi Francisco A 0 X 21 SIGNED
RHSU- Jeb Stefan A 0 X 23 SIGNED
RHSU- Chris Burgess A 0 X 23 SIGNED
LHSU- Christopher O’Hare A 0 X 7 23 SIGNED
CL- Geoff Broussard A 0 X 23 SIGNED
CL- Zach Cooper A 0 X 23 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Chace Numata A 1 X 21 SIGNED
1B- Art Charles A 0 X 23 SIGNED
2B- Angelo Mora A 0 X 20 SIGNED
SS- Roman Quinn A 0 X 20 SIGNED
3B- William Carmona A 0 X 22 SIGNED
LF- Larry Greene A 0 X 20 SIGNED
CF- Carlos Tocci A 0 X 18 SIGNED
RF- Brian Pointer A 0 X 21 SIGNED
DH-
C- Chad Carman A 0 X 24 SIGNED
C- Josh Ludy A 0 X 23 SIGNED
1B-
3B- Mitch Walding A 1 X 21 SIGNED
UTL- Alejandro Villalobos A 0 X 22 SIGNED
UTL- Gustavo Gonzalez A 1 X 22 SIGNED
OF- Zach Taylor A 0 X 22 SIGNED
OF-
A- Williamsport Crosscutters (NYP)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Andy Tracy
PCO- Aaron Fultz
HCO- Jorge Velandia
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1-
SP2-
SP3-
SP4- Ulises Joaquin A- 0 21
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR-
LHMR- Luis Gonzalez A- 1 21
RHSU- Chris Nichols A+ 1 23 SIGNED
RHSU- Matthew Sisto A- 0 24
LHSU- James Birmingham A- 0 25
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C-
1B-
2B-
SS-
3B-
LF-
CF- Yan Olmo A- 2 23
RF- Larry Greene A- 0 20
DH-
C- Logan Moore A- 0 23
1B- Art Charles A- 1 23
3B-
UTL-
UTL-
OF-
OF- Zach Taylor A- 0 22
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jesse Biddle, lhp
2 Roman Quinn, ss
3 Tommy Joseph, c
4 Jon Pettibone, rhp
5 Adam Morgan, lhp
6 Ethan Martin, rhp
7 Cody Asche, 3b
8 Maikel Franco, 3b
9 Darin Ruf, 1b/of
10 Carlos Tocci, of
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Trevor May, rhp
2 Jesse Biddle, lhp
3 Sebastian Valle, c
4 Jonathan Pettibone, rhp
5 Phillppe Aumont, rhp
6 Freddy Galvis, ss
7 Justin DeFratus, rhp
8 Brody Colvin, rhp
9 Jiwan James, of
10 Maikel Franco, 3b
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Domonic Brown, of ML
2 Jonathan Singleton, 1b/of A+
3 Brody Colvin, rhp A+
4 Jarred Cosart, rhp AA
5 Trevor May, rhp A+
6 Sebastian Valle, c A+
7 Jiwan James, of A+
8 Jesse Biddle, lhp A
9 Domingo Santana, of A
10 Aaron Altherr, of A
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Domonic Brown, of
2 Kyle Drabek, rhp
3 Michael Taylor, of
4 Travis D’Arnaud, c
5 Trevor May, rhp
6 Anthony Gose, of
7 Sebastian Valle, c
8 Jarred Cosart, rhp
9 Antonio Bastardo, lhp
Cole Hamels (30 in offseason)(Signed thru 2018 at $22.5 MIL per year), Jimmy Rollins (34) (has 2 YRs/$22 MIL left on his deal with a Vesting Option for 2015 that is really achievable with PA's and Chase Utley (35 in the offseason) (has 2 YRs/$25 MIL left on at the minimum, with incentive clauses for staying injury free, and based on 500 AB - that could run the club $15 MIL per year from (2014 - 2018), will all be counted on to revive their careers in the next few years.  If they, and Howard can't perform, the lights will be out on Philadelphia in a vaunted NL East that features both Washington and Atlanta's talented clubs.

Cole Hamels (30 in offseason)(Signed thru 2018 at $22.5 MIL per year), Jimmy Rollins (34) (has 2 YRs/$22 MIL left on his deal with a Vesting Option for 2015 that is really achievable with PA’s), Chase Utley (35 in the offseason) (has 2 YRs/$25 MIL left on at the minimum, with incentive clauses for staying injury free, and based on 500 AB – that could run the club $15 MIL per year from 2014 – 2018), will all be counted on to revive their careers in the next few years. If they, and Howard can’t perform, the lights will be out on Philadelphia in a vaunted NL East that features both Washington and Atlanta’s talented clubs.

Note From Chuck Booth:

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner recently contacted me about a partnership merge for the website.  He has developed a site (prosportsrosters.com) that covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs. 

We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams. 

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective. 

If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job. 

So after the usual Video Clip and READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY button, you will find some serious &*!@?!#!

Jeff updates this page below on a daily basis.  After you click on it….Bookmark it.  There is a 3 year salary forecast and stats not listed here on this page.  Jeff updates these pages daily and these changes include any Roster moves!

Authors for this post:

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I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.”

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