For my first offseason time-killer, I assembled lists of the best seasons in certain stats by batting order position, retrieved with the Batting Split Finder. The idea was spawned by discovering that Jimmie Foxx mainly batted 5th for his first five full seasons, including a near-Triple Crown in 1932. (The Athletics’ 3rd and 4th men from 1928-32 were Mickey Cochrane and Al Simmons.)

 

All stats are for 1916-2013, and were compiled while batting in a given spot in the order. For rate stats, I used a minimum of 400 PAs in that slot (350 for 9th). All “bonus” listings represent either a tie for the best (noted by an asterisk) or a notable 2nd-best, unless otherwise described.

Again, these stats are all since 1916, so a lot of dead-ball greats are mostly absent here.

 

Runs Scored

Bat Player Year G R GS PA AB H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
*1st Rickey Henderson 1985 141 145 141 653 546 172 28 5 24 72 80 10 99 65 .315 .420 .516 .936
2nd Red Rolfe 1937 154 143 154 741 648 179 34 10 4 62 4 2 91 53 .276 .366 .378 .744
3rd Babe Ruth 1921 152 177 151 693 541 204 44 16 59 168 17 13 144 82 .377 .511 .845 1.356
4th Lou Gehrig 1936 155 167 155 719 579 205 37 7 49 152 3 4 130 46 .354 .478 .696 1.174
5th Jimmie Foxx 1932 154 151 154 702 585 213 33 9 58 169 3 7 117 96 .364 .470 .749 1.219
6th Troy Glaus 2000 134 102 134 567 473 135 34 0 39 85 11 8 93 143 .285 .404 .605 1.009
7th Pinky Higgins 1933 150 85 150 628 560 177 34 12 13 98 2 7 61 53 .316 .385 .489 .875
*8th Wally Schang 1921 132 77 128 514 422 134 30 5 6 55 7 4 80 35 .318 .433 .455 .888
*9th Harold Reynolds 1987 157 72 156 570 517 145 31 8 1 34 59 19 38 34 .280 .329 .377 .706
Bonus
*1st Craig Biggio 1997 156 145 156 737 614 191 37 8 22 80 47 10 83 105 .311 .418 .505 .923
2nd Red Rolfe 1939 152 139 152 731 648 213 46 10 14 80 7 6 81 41 .329 .404 .495 .899
2nd Red Rolfe 1938 151 132 151 715 631 196 36 8 10 80 13 1 75 44 .311 .386 .441 .827
3rd Babe Ruth 1927 151 158 151 691 540 192 29 8 60 164 7 6 137 89 .356 .486 .772 1.258
4th Lou Gehrig 1931 155 163 155 738 619 211 31 15 46 185 17 12 117 56 .341 .446 .662 1.108
5th Jimmie Foxx 1930 150 121 150 660 550 183 31 13 35 151 7 7 92 66 .333 .428 .627 1.056
6th Joe Sewell 1921 154 101 154 683 572 182 36 12 4 93 7 6 80 18 .318 .412 .444 .856
7th Ken Keltner 1938 143 84 143 592 550 153 31 9 25 111 4 3 32 69 .278 .321 .504 .825
*8th Billy Myers 1939 144 77 144 571 483 135 15 6 9 53 4 0 67 85 .280 .367 .391 .759
*9th Kevin Elster 1996 146 72 145 557 479 123 30 2 21 92 4 1 50 130 .257 .323 .459 .782

Bonus notes:

  • Rolfe owns the nos. 1, 3 and 5 seasons in runs scored from the #2 slot.
  • Hitting 3rd, Ruth’s 177 runs are 19 more than his own 2nd-best, and 25 more than 3rd-best from the #3 slot.
  • Gehrig owns the top two marks from the #4 slot, and six of the top 10; Al Simmons is 3rd-best with 152.
  • Foxx’s 151 runs from the #5 slot are 30 more than his own runner-up mark; no other has topped 117.
  • Batting 6th, only Glaus and Sewell scored 100 runs.
  • From the 7th spot, only Higgins and Keltner topped 76 runs.
  • Only Schang and Myers topped 71 runs batting 8th.

 

Runs Batted In

Rk Player Year G RBI GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Darin Erstad 2000 156 100 156 746 675 121 239 39 6 25 28 8 64 82 .354 .409 .541 .949
*2nd Eddie Mathews 1959 145 114 145 668 582 117 180 16 8 46 2 2 78 70 .309 .392 .601 .994
3rd Babe Ruth 1921 152 168 151 693 541 177 204 44 16 59 17 13 144 82 .377 .511 .845 1.356
4th Hack Wilson 1930 155 191 155 709 585 146 208 35 6 56 3 0 105 84 .356 .454 .723 1.177
5th Jimmie Foxx 1932 154 169 154 702 585 151 213 33 9 58 3 7 117 96 .364 .470 .749 1.219
*6th Glenn Wright 1925 135 110 135 579 539 86 170 28 9 16 2 7 27 27 .315 .348 .490 .838
7th Ken Keltner 1938 143 111 143 592 550 84 153 31 9 25 4 3 32 69 .278 .321 .504 .825
8th Babe Dahlgren 1939 143 89 143 599 527 71 125 18 6 15 2 3 57 53 .237 .314 .380 .693
9th Kevin Elster 1996 146 92 145 557 479 72 123 30 2 21 4 1 50 130 .257 .323 .459 .782
Bonus
*2nd Alex Rodriguez 1998 145 114 145 680 623 115 194 32 5 38 42 11 41 110 .311 .360 .562 .922
3rd Babe Ruth 1927 151 164 151 691 540 158 192 29 8 60 7 6 137 89 .356 .486 .772 1.258
3rd Joe DiMaggio 1937 144 163 144 665 596 148 207 34 14 46 3 0 62 37 .347 .413 .683 1.096
3rd Babe Ruth 1931 143 162 143 661 532 149 199 31 3 46 5 4 128 50 .374 .496 .703 1.199
4th Manny Ramirez 1999 146 164 145 635 517 131 173 34 3 44 2 4 96 130 .335 .444 .667 1.111
5th Jimmie Foxx 1930 150 151 150 660 550 121 183 31 13 35 7 7 92 66 .333 .428 .627 1.056
*6th Tony Lazzeri 1926 148 110 148 635 565 76 154 26 14 17 16 7 52 96 .273 .336 .458 .794

Bonus notes:

  • Ruth owns three of the top four RBI marks from the 3rd spot. Shocking.
  • There were 17 seasons of 160+ RBI from 1921-38, but just two since — Manny in 1999 (his 164 RBI from the 4th slot ranks 8th), and Sammy in 2001 (his 142 RBI from the 3rd slot ranks 11th).
  • Foxx owns the top two RBI marks hitting 5th (169 and 151); next is 131, shared by Bill Dickey and Norm Cash.
  • The top 10 marks average 134 RBI from the 5th slot, 104 from 6th.
  • Batting 7th, only Keltner had over 98 RBI, which he did as a rookie in 1938.
  • Only Dahlgren had over 72 RBI from the 8th spot.
  • Elster’s 92 RBI from the 9th slot are 31 more than the next-best total.

 

Total Bases

Bat Player Year G TB GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Alfonso Soriano 2002 150 368 150 724 679 124 201 49 2 38 99 39 12 23 154 .296 .329 .542 .871
*2nd Eddie Mathews 1959 145 350 145 668 582 117 180 16 8 46 114 2 2 78 70 .309 .392 .601 .994
3rd Babe Ruth 1921 152 457 151 693 541 177 204 44 16 59 168 17 13 144 82 .377 .511 .845 1.356
4th Lou Gehrig 1927 155 447 155 717 584 149 218 52 18 47 175 10 8 109 84 .373 .474 .765 1.240
5th Jimmie Foxx 1932 154 438 154 702 585 151 213 33 9 58 169 3 7 117 96 .364 .470 .749 1.219
6th Vinny Castilla 1997 141 298 141 599 544 84 166 23 2 35 101 2 4 43 89 .305 .362 .548 .910
7th Ken Keltner 1938 143 277 143 592 550 84 153 31 9 25 111 4 3 32 69 .278 .321 .504 .825
8th Leo Cardenas 1965 146 229 146 588 522 62 153 24 11 10 56 0 4 57 92 .293 .361 .439 .800
9th Kevin Elster 1996 146 220 145 557 479 72 123 30 2 21 92 4 1 50 130 .257 .323 .459 .782
Bonus
1st Nomar Garciaparra 1997 152 365 152 733 683 122 209 44 11 30 98 22 9 35 91 .306 .342 .534 .876
1st Darin Erstad 2000 156 365 156 746 675 121 239 39 6 25 100 28 8 64 82 .354 .409 .541 .949
*2nd *Alex Rodriguez 1998 145 350 145 680 623 115 194 32 5 38 114 42 11 41 110 .311 .360 .562 .922

Bonus notes:

  • Leading off, only Soriano, Garciaparra and Erstad have reached 350 total bases.
  • Hitting 9th, only Elster reached 200 TB.

 

Hits

Rk Player Year G H GS PA AB R 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Ichiro Suzuki 2004 150 251 150 720 666 98 21 5 8 58 33 11 46 59 .377 .418 .459 .877
2nd Lloyd Waner 1929 151 234 151 726 662 134 28 20 5 74 6 0 37 20 .353 .395 .479 .874
3rd George Sisler 1922 140 243 140 650 583 133 42 17 8 104 50 19 48 13 .417 .464 .588 1.052
4th Joe Medwick 1937 156 237 156 677 633 111 56 10 31 154 4 0 41 50 .374 .414 .641 1.056
5th Jimmie Foxx 1932 154 213 154 702 585 151 33 9 58 169 3 7 117 96 .364 .470 .749 1.219
6th High Pockets Kelly 1922 149 192 149 633 584 94 33 8 17 105 12 3 32 63 .329 .367 .500 .867
7th Pinky Higgins 1933 150 177 150 628 560 85 34 12 13 98 2 7 61 53 .316 .385 .489 .875
8th Jim Levey 1932 150 156 150 595 559 59 30 8 4 62 6 4 21 47 .279 .310 .383 .693
9th Gary Disarcina 1998 146 149 145 553 511 68 37 3 2 53 10 7 20 43 .292 .327 .387 .714
Bonus
1st Ichiro Suzuki 2001 152 240 152 730 685 125 34 8 7 67 56 14 29 52 .350 .382 .454 .836
1st Jack Tobin 1921 150 236 150 731 670 132 31 18 8 58 7 12 45 22 .352 .396 .488 .884
4th Rogers Hornsby 1921 154 235 154 674 592 131 44 18 21 123 13 13 60 48 .397 .458 .639 1.097
4th Joe Torre 1971 161 230 161 707 634 97 34 8 24 137 4 1 63 70 .363 .421 .555 .976
5th Luke Appling 1936 135 204 135 609 519 110 31 7 6 128 10 6 83 24 .393 .478 .514 .992
6th Ken Keltner 1939 153 191 153 642 583 84 35 11 13 97 6 6 49 41 .328 .380 .492 .872
8th Leo Cardenas 1965 146 153 146 588 522 62 24 11 10 56 0 4 57 92 .293 .361 .439 .800
9th Harold Reynolds 1987 157 145 156 570 517 72 31 8 1 34 59 19 38 34 .280 .329 .377 .706
9th Ozzie Guillen 1990 157 144 152 561 515 61 21 4 1 58 13 17 25 37 .280 .311 .342 .653

Who was Jim Levey? Shortstop for the Browns from 1931-33, he batted .209 as a rookie, flunking a leadoff trial before settling into the 8th slot; his -3.1 WAR that year is 3rd-worst among modern rookies. Staying in the 8th spot, Levey produced the solid 1932 featured above; but in ’33 his average fell to .195, and his last 11 pro seasons were spent in the minors.

Bonus notes:

  • Ichiro owns three of the top four hits totals from the leadoff spot, and five of the top 11.
  • Jack Tobin’s 236 hits leading off rank 5th. He stood 5′ 8″ and had 200 hits four straight years, 1920-23; in modern history, only Tobin, Paul Waner (8) and Kirby Puckett (5) have more than two such seasons at that height or less. Tobin is also the only position player who began his “big league” career in the Federal League and went on to amass more than 10 WAR in the established majors.
  • I’ve always thought of Hornsby as a #3 hitter (where he hit for most of his two Triple Crown years), but he batted cleanup more than half his career PAs.
  • Joe Torre’s 230 hits from the cleanup spot are 3rd all-time, and by far the most since 1940. From 1920-39, cleanup men had 17 seasons of 206+ hits; since 1940, only Torre and Magglio Ordonez (215) have reached that level.
  • Only Foxx and Appling ever had 200+ hits from the 5th spot.
  • Keltner’s strong 1938 rookie year batting 7th got him promoted in ’39 … all the way up to 6th. The ’39 Indians had more hits and RBI from the 6th spot than from the 3rd.
  • Leo Cardenas in 1965 earned 3.7 offensive WAR, hitting 8th almost exclusively. That’s 3rd-best of the 56 known seasons with 500+ PAs from the 8th spot, after Adolfo Phillips (4.7 oWAR in ’67) and Wally Schang (4.3 oWAR in ’21). Of the 44 men with any year(s) of 500+ PAs hitting 8th, only they and Freddie Patek had any season worth 3.7 oWAR, and only Schang (with six) had more than one such year.
  • Only DiSarcina, Harold Reynolds and Ozzie Guillen had more than 131 hits batting 9th.

 

Stolen Bases

Rk Player Year G SB GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Rickey Henderson 1982 144 130 144 652 532 118 143 24 4 10 51 41 116 94 .269 .400 .385 .786
2nd Joe Morgan 1973 151 67 151 692 572 115 164 34 2 25 78 15 109 61 .287 .402 .484 .886
3rd Sam Rice 1920 153 63 153 687 626 83 211 29 9 3 82 30 39 23 .337 .380 .427 .806
4th Eric Davis 1986 89 58 82 359 304 73 91 13 2 22 57 8 52 75 .299 .401 .572 .973
5th Ben Chapman 1931 130 56 130 599 523 107 167 26 10 16 114 22 66 64 .319 .400 .499 .899
6th Armando Marsans 1916 88 27 88 355 312 24 85 8 0 1 15 27 22 .272 .334 .308 .642
7th Cliff Heathcote 1923 94 28 92 351 318 38 82 12 3 0 21 11 21 21 .258 .308 .314 .622
8th Freddie Patek 1977 138 52 135 508 446 67 118 21 6 5 57 12 37 77 .265 .323 .372 .695
9th Harold Reynolds 1987 157 59 156 570 517 72 145 31 8 1 34 19 38 34 .280 .329 .377 .706
Bonus
2nd Omar Moreno 1978 130 62 125 564 467 92 112 14 7 2 29 18 72 93 .240 .342 .313 .654
2nd Rodney Scott 1980 146 60 146 640 552 82 123 13 13 0 46 13 70 75 .223 .308 .293 .602
3rd Cesar Cedeno 1976 145 58 145 630 571 89 171 26 5 18 83 15 54 51 .299 .359 .457 .816
3rd Ty Cobb 1916 109 57 108 485 412 92 157 29 9 4 9 63 30 .381 .464 .524 .989
3rd Cesar Cedeno 1974 154 57 154 672 596 94 163 29 5 26 101 16 62 101 .273 .342 .470 .812
3rd Cesar Cedeno 1973 135 56 135 571 521 86 168 35 2 25 70 15 40 79 .322 .377 .541 .918
3rd Joe Morgan 1976 130 56 130 584 463 110 151 30 5 27 110 8 108 37 .326 .445 .587 1.033
4th Braggo Roth 1917 107 47 106 452 393 53 113 24 6 1 53 42 62 .288 .356 .387 .743
5th Barry Bonds 1990 132 47 132 554 464 91 144 28 2 31 105 13 81 73 .310 .412 .580 .991
5th Barry Bonds 1991 143 43 143 609 491 94 146 26 5 24 115 13 101 70 .297 .412 .517 .929
7th Lance Johnson 1992 78 27 75 310 284 42 80 8 8 2 26 7 22 13 .282 .333 .387 .721
8th Freddie Patek 1976 131 46 131 475 405 54 98 18 3 1 43 14 49 58 .242 .323 .309 .631
9th Julio Cruz 1983 142 46 138 507 450 59 116 19 4 3 47 12 44 60 .258 .324 .338 .662

Who was Armando Marsans? A member of the Cuban Baseball Hall of Fame, he was the first Cuban big-leaguer to reach 1,000 and then 2,000 PAs; and until Minnie Minoso, the only Cuban to bat .300 in a qualified season, which he did for the 1912 Reds. Marsans finished his career with the 1918 Yankees (their first year under Miller Huggins), and remains that club’s Cuban leader in PAs, hits, doubles, RBI and steals. (Take that, Bert Campaneris!)

Bonus notes:

  • Breakdown of 60-SB seasons: 56 batting 1st, 3 batting 2nd, 1 batting 3rd.
  • Omar the Out-maker’s full-season high in OBP came in his one full year batting 2nd, taking pitches so that Frank Taveras could get caught stealing.
  • Rodney Scott’s 63 total steals in 1980 included 24-4 swiping 3rd. Three others stole 79 or more that year, but only Rodney topped 16 steals of 3rd.
  • 55+ SB batting 3rd: 3 for Cedeno, one each for Rice, Cobb and Morgan. Cedeno had 363 career steals hitting 3rd; no one else reached 300.
  • Batting 4th, only Davis and Roth topped 37 SB.
  • Batting 5th, only Chapman and Bonds topped 37 SB.
  • No one has topped 28 SB batting 6th or 7th.
  • Batting 8th, only Patek topped 27 SB. Freddie also owns one of the two years at 27 SB in the 8th slot.
  • Hitting 9th, only Reynolds and Cruz topped 32 SB.

 

OPS (On-base plus Slugging averages)

Bat Player Year G OPS GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Paul Molitor 1987 105 1.037 105 495 425 110 155 40 5 15 69 43 9 64 57 .365 .449 .588 1.037
2nd Lefty O’Doul 1929 101 1.096 100 485 417 100 168 24 2 21 76 2 0 53 12 .403 .475 .621 1.096
3rd Barry Bonds 2001 137 1.370 136 612 440 117 143 32 2 66 124 13 2 163 82 .325 .513 .857 1.370
4th Babe Ruth 1920 99 1.426 99 426 320 113 126 24 8 39 103 13 9 100 57 .394 .541 .884 1.426
5th Jimmie Foxx 1932 154 1.219 154 702 585 151 213 33 9 58 169 3 7 117 96 .364 .470 .749 1.219
6th Riggs Stephenson 1929 99 1.015 99 434 365 63 136 30 5 9 81 8 0 54 15 .373 .459 .556 1.015
7th Gabby Hartnett 1930 102 1.056 102 440 385 65 137 23 3 26 93 0 0 43 46 .356 .422 .634 1.056
8th Wally Schang 1921 132 .888 128 514 422 77 134 30 5 6 55 7 4 80 35 .318 .433 .455 .888
9th Trot Nixon 1999 99 .903 97 372 313 58 90 20 5 15 49 2 1 46 52 .288 .376 .527 .903
Bonus
7th Gabby Hartnett 1928 107 .967 105 427 357 59 112 25 9 14 54 3 0 60 28 .314 .415 .552 .967

Bonus notes: Hartnett batted 7th or 8th in more than half his career games, with a .301/.871 line batting 7th (including the top two season OPS marks) and .302/.900 while hitting 8th. He was never quite a full-timer in the 8th slot, but his year-by-year stats in that role are kind of fun.

 

Batting Average

Bat Player Year G BA GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Wade Boggs 1988 91 .381 91 426 349 79 133 28 4 3 35 1 2 72 19 .381 .484 .510 .994
2nd Lefty O’Doul 1929 101 .403 100 485 417 100 168 24 2 21 76 2 0 53 12 .403 .475 .621 1.096
3rd Rogers Hornsby 1922 94 .437 94 434 394 91 172 31 11 30 101 9 10 31 27 .437 .478 .799 1.277
4th Bill Terry 1930 107 .410 107 485 439 94 180 31 10 15 90 6 0 33 21 .410 .451 .629 1.080
5th Harry Heilmann 1923 95 .413 95 412 344 81 142 35 8 11 77 6 5 50 30 .413 .492 .657 1.149
6th Riggs Stephenson 1929 99 .373 99 434 365 63 136 30 5 9 81 8 0 54 15 .373 .459 .556 1.015
7th Charlie Grimm 1923 103 .361 103 412 380 62 137 19 11 6 68 4 5 27 28 .361 .403 .516 .919
8th Johnny Bassler 1924 120 .344 116 452 375 43 129 20 3 1 67 2 1 62 11 .344 .441 .421 .862
9th Roberto Kelly 1989 108 .331 107 396 354 55 117 17 3 6 41 32 11 31 70 .331 .391 .446 .837
Bonus
5th Harry Heilmann 1925 125 .395 124 554 484 84 191 33 8 11 117 6 6 52 22 .395 .454 .564 1.018
5th Harry Heilmann 1921 119 .391 119 539 483 90 189 39 9 14 100 2 5 44 32 .391 .443 .596 1.039

Bonus notes:

  • Heilmann’s odd-year run of very high BAs is well known (.394, .403, .393 and .398 from 1921-27). But I never knew that Harry mainly batted 5th each of those years, and hit there in over 60% of his career games.
  • Nine of the 12 marks listed here came from 1922-30.

 

On-Base Percentage

Rk Player Year G OBP GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
1st Wade Boggs 1988 91 .484 91 426 349 79 133 28 4 3 35 1 2 72 19 .381 .484 .510 .994
2nd Lefty O’Doul 1929 101 .475 100 485 417 100 168 24 2 21 76 2 0 53 12 .403 .475 .621 1.096
3rd Babe Ruth 1923 152 .546 152 697 520 151 205 45 13 41 130 17 21 170 94 .394 .546 .767 1.313
4th Barry Bonds 2004 139 .608 139 609 371 127 135 27 3 45 101 6 1 226 41 .364 .608 .817 1.424
5th Harry Heilmann 1923 95 .492 95 412 344 81 142 35 8 11 77 6 5 50 30 .413 .492 .657 1.149
6th Riggs Stephenson 1929 99 .459 99 434 365 63 136 30 5 9 81 8 0 54 15 .373 .459 .556 1.015
7th Gabby Hartnett 1930 102 .422 102 440 385 65 137 23 3 26 93 0 0 43 46 .356 .422 .634 1.056
8th Johnny Bassler 1924 120 .441 116 452 375 43 129 20 3 1 67 2 1 62 11 .344 .441 .421 .862
9th Roberto Kelly 1989 108 .391 107 396 354 55 117 17 3 6 41 32 11 31 70 .331 .391 .446 .837
Bonus
1st Eddie Stanky 1950 151 .460 151 691 527 115 158 25 5 8 52 9 4 145 51 .300 .460 .412 .872
2nd Wade Boggs 1985 113 .472 113 528 459 90 181 34 2 7 56 1 0 64 39 .394 .472 .523 .995
3rd Mickey Mantle 1957 122 .524 122 540 408 106 153 23 3 31 82 15 3 130 68 .375 .524 .674 1.198
3rd Ted Williams 1957 125 .524 125 540 415 93 160 28 1 35 83 0 1 118 43 .386 .524 .711 1.235
5th Norm Cash 1961 156 .485 156 666 531 117 191 22 8 40 131 11 5 122 84 .360 .485 .657 1.142
9th Jim Essian 1977 102 .376 96 352 300 49 85 18 2 10 44 1 4 45 35 .283 .376 .457 .833

Bonus notes:

  • Stanky’s 1950 season comprised far more time in the leadoff role than did Boggs’s best mark.
  • On the other hand, Boggs also owns the 2nd-best OBP in the #2 slot. He was never really locked into one spot in the order, starting over 500 games each in the 1st through 3rd slots, but never getting 600+ PAs in a season in any one slot.
  • In 1957, Mickey & the Splinter both had a .524 OBP and 540 PAs from the #3 spot.
  • Cash’s 1961 season batting 5th runs 2nd or 3rd in many categories to Foxx’s big years from that slot.
  • Jim Essian platooned with Brian Downing at catcher and in the 9th spot for the ’77 ChiSox, who got a MLB-record .375 OBP from their 9th hitters; no other spot in their order was over .351.

 

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