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Diamonds in the Rough 8.2

A winning day for the Royals affiliates with a HR Roll Call Tony Abreu (9) Kevin Kouzmanoff (1) Bubba Starling (6) Mark Threlkeld (5) Humberto Arteaga (1) 


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Pine Tar Press Hitter of the Day Tony Abreu 2-4 HR, 3 RBI

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Pine Tar Press Pitcher of the Day Ryan Verdugo 6 IP 4 H 2 R 2 ER 3 BB 6 K

Pine Tar Press Rookie League Player(s) of the Day Burlington Royals Lineup

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Omaha Storm Chasers 4 Reno Aces 2

Omaha’s infield threesome of Irving Falu, Johnny Giavotella and Tony Abreu lead the way to a Chasers win Thursday.  The top three members of the order accounted for all four Omaha runs and six of the nine team hits to pace the team.  It has been an especially strong week for Tony Abreu who drove in three with his 9th home run of the season in the 5th while extending his multi-hit game streak to six.  Starter Ryan Verdugo made those runs stand up with six innings of two run ball that included six strikeouts before turning things over to Francisley Bueno and Vin Mazzaro for the final 3 innings.  The Chasers new closer, Mazzaro has done well with the new role posting three saves in three opportunities.


W: Verdugo (8-3, 3.77) L: Martinez (10-8, 5.69)
S: Mazzaro (5)

Reno Aces
Adam EatonCF201100020.383
Jake ElmoreSS400000101.360
Josh Bell1B400000002.352
Cole GillespieLF411001101.305
A.J. PollockRF400000000.340
Taylor Harbin2B301000011.309
Tyler GrahamDH300000012.231
Tyler Bortnick3B401000001.206
Konrad SchmidtC412000000.250
2B: Eaton (37, Verdugo).
HR: Gillespie (12, 6th inning off Verdugo, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Bortnick; Gillespie 4; Eaton 2; Schmidt 2; Harbin.
RBI: Elmore (69), Gillespie (55).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Bell, J; Bortnick; Elmore.
GIDP: Graham, T.
Team RISP: 0-for-4.
SB: Eaton (33, 2nd base off Bueno, F/Moore).

E: Harbin (15, fielding).
DP: (Harbin).

Omaha Storm Chasers
Irving Falu3B422000000.323
Johnny Giavotella2B412100100.334
Tony AbreuSS412001300.322
Wil MyersCF400000000.288
Clint Robinson1B301000011.293
Max RamirezDH400000001.294
David LoughRF300000011.279
Adam MooreC401000001.239
Derrick RobinsonLF301000000.280
2B: Giavotella (18, Martinez).
HR: Abreu, T (9, 5th inning off Martinez, 2 on, 0 out).
TB: Moore; Falu 2; Robinson, D; Giavotella 3; Robinson, C; Abreu, T 5.
RBI: Giavotella (60), Abreu, T 3 (73).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Falu; Ramirez, M; Giavotella.
Team RISP: 2-for-6.
SB: Falu (16, 2nd base off Martinez/Schmidt).

DP: (Mazzaro-Abreu, T-Robinson, C).

Reno Aces
Joe Martinez (L, 10-8)5.19442215.69
Mike DeMark1.20000104.36
Bryan Shaw1.00000101.80
Omaha Storm Chasers
Ryan Verdugo (W, 8-3)6.04223613.77
Francisley Bueno (H, 7)2.00001202.75
Vin Mazzaro (S, 5)1.02000003.86


NW Arkansas Naturals 6 Tulsa Drillers 3

Another solid start by Michael Mariot earned his fifth win of the season for the Naturals.  The right-hander hasn’t been missing many bats lately and didn’t miss many on this night but he was able to navigate around trouble with eight ground ball outs to get through seven innings with just two runs allowed.  He was rewarded by his offense with four runs in the third to take the lead and then pushing two more across in the 9th to get a little insurance.  All four runs in the third came on Kevin Kouzmanoff’s first home run and grand slam as a Natural while the two insurance runs in the 9th came on an error and a wild pitch.

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W: Mariot (5-3, 3.21) L: Chacin (0-1, 9.00)
S: Dennick (4)

Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Paulo OrlandoCF410000010.257
Christian Colon2B510000000.287
Brian FletcherLF400000002.266
Kevin KouzmanoffDH311001401.310
    a- Michael LibertoPH-DH200000000.224
Manny PinaC302000010.309
Mario Lisson1B401100000.253
Carlo TestaRF411000000.255
Rey Navarro3B202000010.249
Alex McClureSS422000001.234
a-Flied out for Kouzmanoff in the 8th.
2B: Lisson (19, Chacin).
HR: Kouzmanoff (1, 3rd inning off Chacin, 3 on, 2 out).
TB: McClure 2; Kouzmanoff 4; Lisson 2; Testa, C; Pina 2; Navarro 2.
RBI: Kouzmanoff 4 (9).
2-out RBI: Kouzmanoff 4.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Testa, C; Colon, C 2; Liberto 2.
SAC: Navarro.
Team RISP: 2-for-11.
Outfield assists: Orlando (Arenado at 3rd base).

Tulsa Drillers
Michael MitchellCF501010002.237
Jimmy CesarioDH421001100.238
Nolan Arenado3B401100100.262
Ben Paulsen1B411100001.246
Angelys Nina2B402100000.245
Mike ZuanichLF300000101.230
Lars DavisC403000000.302
Tim TorresRF200000020.213
Warren SchaefferSS400000000.176
2B: Arenado (25, Mariot), Paulsen (16, Mariot), Nina (16, Mariot).
3B: Mitchell, M (2, Mariot).
HR: Cesario (4, 8th inning off Gutierrez, J, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Nina 3; Cesario 4; Arenado 2; Mitchell, M 3; Paulsen 2; Davis 3.
RBI: Arenado (43), Zuanich (12), Cesario (16).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Schaeffer; Zuanich; Mitchell, M.
SF: Zuanich.
Team RISP: 1-for-6.
E: Chacin (1, pickoff), Arenado (18, fielding).
DP: (Paulsen).

Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Michael Mariot (W, 5-3)7.07221203.21
Juan Gutierrez (H, 1)1.02110119.00
Ryan Dennick (S, 4)1.00001104.42
Tulsa Drillers
Jhoulys Chacin (L, 0-1)4.05442219.00
Zach Simons3.02000101.70
Joe Torres1.00001102.25
Josh Sullivan1.02200002.45
WP: Mariot, Simons, Sullivan.
HBP: Fletcher (by Sullivan).


Winston-Salem Dash 6 Wilmington Blue Rocks 4

The Rocks had plenty of hit Thursday night but couldn’t get the key hits in dropping the second game of a three game series with Winston-Salem.  The Rocks used four singles to punch three runs across to build a 4-3 lead through the 3rd inning.  Those would be the last runs the Rocks would score despite 13 hits thanks to a 2 for 16 effort with runners in scoring position.  The lack of timely hitting would comeback to haunt the Rocks in the 8th  when reliever Chase Boruff would give up a pair of doubles that lead to a three run inning for the Dash.  The Rocks would get a runner on with a double by Orlando Calixte in the 9th but the team would get no more to drop the game and fall back into a 2nd place tie.


W: Marin (5-3, 1.78) L: Boruff (1-7, 6.22)

Wilmington Blue Rocks
Orlando CalixteSS503200000.276
Brett EibnerCF523100000.202
Matt Fields1B512100201.306
Lane AdamsDH312000010.226
Cheslor Cuthbert3B401000101.221
Whit MerrifieldLF400000000.260
Juan GraterolC400000100.319
Geulin BeltreRF401100001.226
Angel Franco2B401100002.284
2B: Fields, M (7, Collop), Franco (14, Collop), Beltre (11, Collop), Calixte 2 (8, Collop, Marin), Eibner (22, Marin).
TB: Eibner 4; Calixte 5; Beltre 2; Cuthbert; Adams 2; Fields, M 3; Franco 2.
RBI: Fields, M 2 (25), Cuthbert (49), Graterol (13).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Merrifield; Calixte; Franco 2; Graterol; Cuthbert; Fields, M.
Team RISP: 2-for-16.
SB: Eibner (5, 2nd base off Collop/Blanke).
CS: Calixte (2, 2nd base by Marin/Blanke).

Winston-Salem Dash
Daniel Wagner2B310000020.264
Michael EarleyLF311000021.291
Trayce ThompsonCF512001301.242
Dan Black1B400000002.308
Kevan SmithDH400000001.217
Michael BlankeC302100000.226
    1- David HerbekPR010000000.370
    Jeremy DowdyC000000000.208
Bill RiceRF412100001.222
Juan Silverio3B210000022.248
D.J. JarradSS300000003.167
    a- Cyle HankerdPH-SS101100300.330
a-Doubled for Jarrad in the 8th.
1-Ran for Blanke in the 8th.
2B: Rice (1, Pounders), Blanke (18, Boruff), Hankerd (17, Boruff).
HR: Thompson, Tr (22, 3rd inning off Pounders, 1 on, 0 out).
TB: Earley; Rice 3; Blanke 3; Hankerd 2; Thompson, Tr 5.
RBI: Thompson, Tr 3 (84), Hankerd 3 (38).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Blanke; Wagner, D 3; Thompson, Tr.
Team RISP: 3-for-14.
SB: Wagner, D (18, 2nd base off Pounders/Graterol), Rice (1, 3rd base off Pounders/Graterol).

DP: (Silverio-Wagner, D).

Wilmington Blue Rocks
Brooks Pounders5.15334815.40
Chase Boruff (BS, 2)(L, 1-7)1.23332206.22
Nick Graffeo1.00000103.68
Winston-Salem Dash
Justin Collop5.010441204.09
Terance Marin (W, 5-3)4.03000301.78
Boruff pitched to 4 batters in the 8th.WP: Pounders, Boruff.
Balk: Collop.
IBB: Silverio (by Boruff).
HBP: Blanke (by Pounders).

Kane County Cougars 7 Beloit Snappers 5

The Cougars put up a couple three run innings early and then hung on late to earn a win in the third game of their four gamer with Beloit.  The Cougars worked three single and a walk to plate 3 in the 2nd and then used a two run triple as part of a three run 4th to jump out 6-0.  Edwin Carl made an emergency start for Kyle Smith giving the Cougars 4 scoreless before turning things over to Rudy Brown who earned the win with two scoreless innings.  The lead stood at 7-1 for Michael Giovenco who made things interesting with a four run 9th but hung on to get the final three outs.

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W: Brown (2-0, 2.13) L: Jones (2-4, 5.26)

Kane County Cougars
Justin Trapp2B511000000.256
Jack LopezSS501010200.203
Daniel MateoDH401100000.274
Jorge BonifacioRF400000000.283
Michael Antonio3B411000000.219
Alex LlanosCF332000010.309
Dean Espy1B412100101.239
Tim FergusonLF413000200.301
Kenny SwabC401000100.242
2B: Mateo (17, Jones, T), Espy (12, Williams, C).
3B: Lopez (1, Jones, T).
TB: Antonio; Mateo 2; Swab; Trapp, J; Lopez 3; Espy 3; Ferguson 3; Llanos 2.
RBI: Ferguson 2 (31), Swab (9), Lopez 2 (6), Espy (18).
2-out RBI: Ferguson; Swab; Lopez 2; Espy.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Antonio; Mateo; Ferguson.
GIDP: Swab, Lopez.
Team RISP: 4-for-11.
E: Antonio (26, throw).
PB: Swab 3 (10).
Outfield assists: Bonifacio (Leachman at home).
DP: (Bonifacio-Swab).

Beloit Snappers
JaDamion WilliamsLF511000003.224
Wang-Wei LinRF300000011.227
Eddie RosarioCF512100201.307
Miguel Sano3B301100021.249
Kennys Vargas1B503000201.350
    1- Adam PettersenPR000000000.242
Drew LeachmanDH400000012.266
Stephen Wickens2B501000002.286
Matthew KochC321000011.256
Tyler GrimesSS310000010.211
1-Ran for Vargas, K in the 9th.
2B: Sano (21, Carl), Rosario, Ed (23, Carl).
TB: Wickens; Koch; Vargas, K 3; Sano 2; Rosario, Ed 3; Williams, J.
RBI: Rosario, Ed 2 (45), Vargas, K 2 (14).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Wickens 2; Vargas, K; Leachman 2; Rosario, Ed.
Team RISP: 4-for-18.
E: Rosario, Ed (13, throw).
DP: 2 (Wickens-Grimes-Vargas, K 2).

Kane County Cougars
Edwin Carl4.03001201.97
Rudy Brown (W, 2-0)2.01001302.13
Andrew Triggs2.02101600.79
Michael Giovenco1.03443104.95
Beloit Snappers
Tyler Jones (L, 2-4)4.08651105.26
Steven Gruver3.01000003.86
Corey Williams2.03110003.91
Carl pitched to 2 batters in the 5th.WP: Jones, T.
HBP: Lin, W-W (by Brown, R).


Odgen Raptors 4 Idaho Falls Chukars 1

Chukars could only get one across Thursday evening which dropped starter Spencer Patton’s record to 0-6.  Three of the four runs allowed by Patton came in the first inning thanks to a couple throwing error by catcher Travis Lane and a pair of wild pitches by Patton.

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W: Hermsen (1-4, 3.46) L: Patton (0-6, 7.61)
S: Jones (3)

Idaho Falls Chukars
Ethan ChapmanCF401000102.350
Adalberto MondesiSS401000001.288
Elier HernandezRF401000001.227
Nicholas CuckovichDH300000012.274
Jared Schlehuber1B400000002.286
Diego GorisLF401000001.300
Nick DelGuidice3B401000000.253
Carlos Garcia2B300000001.280
Travis LaneC312100000.143
2B: Lane (2, Cotton).
TB: Hernandez; Mondesi; Chapman; DelGuidice; Goris; Lane 3.
RBI: Chapman (18).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Schlehuber; Hernandez; DelGuidice.
GIDP: Garcia, C.
Team RISP: 1-for-4.
CS: Mondesi (2, 2nd base by Cotton/Capellan, J).

E: Lane 2 (3, throw, throw), Mondesi (12, fielding).

Ogden Raptors
Delvis Morales2B412100001.261
Eric SmithDH212000120.363
Jeremy RathjenRF310000011.363
Jesus ValdezLF300000002.310
Tae-Hyeok Nam1B400000003.245
Corey SeagerSS100000121.244
Jose CapellanC412100000.309
Bladimir Franco3B401000102.176
Malcolm HollandCF400000001.232
2B: Capellan, J (7, Patton), Morales, D (2, Patton).
TB: Franco; Capellan, J 3; Morales, D 3; Smith, E 2.
RBI: Smith, E (31), Seager (9), Franco (1).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Capellan, J; Rathjen 2; Holland.
SF: Seager.
Team RISP: 2-for-8.
SB: Morales, D (3, 2nd base off Patton/Lane).
CS: Seager (2, 2nd base by Patton/Lane), Franco (1, 2nd base by Patton/Lane).

E: Seager (11, throw).
DP: (Morales, D-Seager-Nam).

Idaho Falls Chukars
Spencer Patton (L, 0-6)5.05444607.61
Joe Lopez2.01000201.86
Matthew Strahm1.01001305.82
Ogden Raptors
Jake Hermsen (W, 1-4)5.04001403.46
Jharel Cotton (H, 1)3.03110403.00
Owen Jones (S, 3)1.00000205.27
WP: Patton 2.
HBP: Valdez, J (by Patton).


Burlington Royals 15 Elizabethton Twins 5

An absolute run explosion by the Royals in their second game with the Rookie level Twins.  Uber prospect Bubba Starling got everything started in the 1st with his 6th home run of the season, a solo shot that gave them a 1-0 lead.  The one run would be the only thing they scored until the 4th when down 2-1 they broke loose scoring a pair in the 4th, five in the 5th, four more in the 7th, another pair in the 8th and an extra one in the 9th to cruise to a 15-5 win.  Every Royals hitter had at least 2 hits while Patrick Leonard, Mark Threlkeld and Adrian Morales each had four while Threlkeld joined Bubba and shortstop Humberto Arteaga as Burlington hitters to leave the yard.  Starter Daniel Hernandez was the beneficiary of the run support earning his 3rd win of the season.


W: Hernandez (3-0, 2.81) L: Boyd (2-5, 2.63)

Burlington Royals
Jose Rodriguez2B602000201.214
Humberto ArteagaSS723101300.266
Bubba StarlingCF623001111.287
Patrick LeonardDH714110200.268
Cameron GallagherC612000012.284
Fred FordRF433000111.274
Chris ElderLF422000020.276
Mark Threlkeld1B624101501.299
Adrian Morales3B624000100.186
2B: Threlkeld (11, Merck), Leonard (4, Huber), Arteaga (9, Mazza).
3B: Leonard (1, Mazza).
HR: Starling (6, 1st inning off Boyd, 0 on, 2 out), Threlkeld (5, 4th inning off Boyd, 0 on, 0 out), Arteaga (1, 5th inning off Merck, 1 on, 1 out).
TB: Arteaga 7; Leonard 7; Ford 3; Gallagher 2; Starling 6; Elder 2; Rodriguez, Js 2; Threlkeld 8; Morales, A 4.
RBI: Starling (20), Threlkeld 5 (22), Arteaga 3 (23), Morales, A (4), Leonard 2 (32), Ford (23), Rodriguez, Js 2 (5).
2-out RBI: Starling; Rodriguez, Js 2; Threlkeld 2; Leonard.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Ford; Arteaga 4; Elder 3; Gallagher 2; Morales, A.
SAC: Rodriguez, Js.
GIDP: Arteaga.
Team RISP: 8-for-24.
SB: Morales, A 3 (4, 2nd base off Boyd/Arias, 3rd base off Boyd/Arias, 2nd base off Ferreira/Arias).

E: Threlkeld (1, throw), Starling (3, fielding), Arteaga (4, throw).
DP: 3 (Arteaga-Rodriguez, Js-Threlkeld 2, Morales, A-Rodriguez, Js-Threlkeld).

Elizabethton Twins
Candido PimentelLF511000001.364
Niko GoodrumSS503000000.255
Max KeplerCF201000210.283
Rory Rhodes1B400000002.287
Joshua HendricksDH411100001.279
Adam WalkerRF411001101.257
Travis Harrison3B301000101.308
Jhonatan AriasC422100000.333
Jorge Polanco2B301000100.321
2B: Arias (5, Hernandez, D), Hendricks, J (7, Rodriguez, F).
HR: Walker (9, 2nd inning off Hernandez, D, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Harrison; Polanco, J; Walker 4; Kepler; Arias 3; Goodrum 3; Hendricks, J 2; Pimentel, C.
RBI: Walker (33), Polanco, J (15), Kepler 2 (36), Harrison (14).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Hendricks, J 3.
SF: Polanco, J; Kepler.
GIDP: Kepler, Arias 2.
Team RISP: 3-for-9.
CS: Pimentel, C (5, 2nd base by Hernandez, D/Gallagher).

DP: (Goodrum-Polanco, J-Rhodes).

Burlington Royals
Daniel Hernandez (W, 3-0)5.08321612.81
Freddy Rodriguez3.03210005.30
Mark Peterson1.00000001.65
Elizabethton Twins
Hudson Boyd (L, 2-5)3.19332222.63
Kaleb Merck1.05550116.59
Andrew Ferreira1.23001301.93
Travis Huber1.276620020.77
Chris Mazza1.13110002.25
WP: Boyd.
HBP: Ford (by Boyd), Harrison (by Rodriguez, F).


AZL Rangers 2 AZL Royals 0

Starter Aroni Nina continues to improve his prospect status in Arizona striking out 11 in just 5.1 innings despite taking a loss.  That gives  the right-hander 43 strikeouts in 35 innings of Arizona ball.

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W: Claudio (2-0, 2.33) L: Nina (3-2, 5.14)
S: Leclerc (1)

Lewis BrinsonCF501100003.300
Nick WilliamsDH400000003.336
Nomar MazaraRF310000011.244
Joey Gallo3B400000003.310
Ronald Guzman1B411000002.295
Janluis Castro2B402100200.407
Fernando ViviliC200000001.179
Luis MarteSS401000001.220
Jamie JarmonLF100000010.163
2B: Castro, J (7, Nina), Brinson (14, Goudeau).
TB: Guzman, R; Castro, J 3; Marte, L; Brinson 2.
RBI: Castro, J 2 (14).
2-out RBI: Castro, J.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Brinson 2; Williams 2; Castro, J.
Team RISP: 1-for-8.
Team LOB: 8.

SB: Mazara (3, 2nd base off Goudeau/Gonzalez, P).
CS: Vivili (2, 2nd base by Nina/Gonzalez, P).

DP: 3 (Vivili-Marte, L, Marte, L-Castro, J-Guzman, R, Vivili-Castro, J).
Pickoffs: Claudio (Escalera-Maldonado at 1st base).

AZL Royals
Alfredo Escalera-MaldonadoCF401000002.314
Ramon TorresSS302000010.321
Mauricio Ramos3B403000000.349
Alexis RiveraRF400000003.387
Mark Donato1B400000003.264
Pedro GonzalezC301000001.259
Luis VillegasDH300000001.162
Alfredo Patino2B301000000.240
Ariel EstadesLF301000002.265
TB: Torres, Ra 2; Gonzalez, P; Ramos, M 3; Patino; Escalera-Maldonado; Estades.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Estades.
GIDP: Donato.
Team RISP: 1-for-6.
Team LOB: 5.

CS: Escalera-Maldonado (1, 2nd base by Claudio/Vivili), Estades (2, 2nd base by Claudio/Vivili), Ramos, M (1, 2nd base by Leclerc, A/Vivili).
PO: Escalera-Maldonado (1st base by Claudio).

E: Estades (5, fielding).
DP: (Gonzalez, P-Patino).

AZL Rangers
Alexander Claudio (W, 2-0)5.05001602.33
Angelo Leclerc (S, 1)4.04000604.50
AZL Royals
Aroni Nina (L, 3-2)5.132211105.14
Ashton Goudeau2.22000204.58
Jake Newberry1.00001100.00
Balk: Claudio.
HBP: Vivili (by Nina), Jarmon (by Nina), Vivili (by Nina), Jarmon (by Nina).


About The Author

I grew up on the mean gravel roads of Iowa where I started my love for baseball from the age of 2. George Brett and the voice of Denny Matthews deepened my love even more for the Royals as my father and I spent summers listening to the team on our deck or in the car on our way to or from my little league and high school games. Sports was always the common bond that my father and I enjoyed and the Royals were in the center of that.I currently live in La Vista with my wife, two sons, two dogs and a pair of gross cats where we are grinding through until we can move somewhere warm when we retire. I own Casino Cab Company and Bluffs Affordable Auto Repair in Council Bluffs trying to build my 1% empire. If you are in the area you can find me at Omaha Storm Chasers games on most nights or just follow me on twitter @ClintScoles.

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Comments (2)

  • Clint Scoles

    Ya I saw Triggs line and I liked what I saw of him at Kane County when I went to see Zimmer. I’ll give the edge to a starter at AAA who is just 2 yrs older but I like Triggs and think he could move quick with the movement on his pitches.

    Definitely will be ranked in the Top 40 at the end of the year

  • mungakc

    Clint, I think your choice of Verdugo as the pitcher-of-the-day (2 ER, 3 BB in 6 IP) does an injustice to Triggs at Kane County (2 IP, 0 ER, 6 K’s) – that’s not a misprint; struck out the side in both innings! How about a shout-out for Triggs!!!

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