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2012 MLB Draft: Giants, Athletics Make Investments For The Future

The Giants and Athletics are hoping to snag some future All-Stars in the 2012 MLB Draft.

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Oakland A's 2012 MLB Draft First Round Pick Addison Russell Signs With Team

Addison Russell, the Oakland A's first round draft pick, has elected to sign with the team rather than attend Auburn University, according to CSN Bay Area. The 11th overall pick was the first high school player drafted by the Athletics since 2001, and he passed on a full scholarship to Auburn. The A's offered the shortstop out of Pace High School enough to compensate for that, as he told the Pensecola News Journal:

"They offered me a good chunk of change," Russell said, declining to go into specifics. "And my parents are all down for it. They're down with the California weather, so we're ready to go."

Specifics on that chunk of change aren't available, but it is at least the $2.265mil that a player drafted 11th overall was expected to receive. Russell is 6'2" and down to 190lbs from his listed 210, saying he's in "the best shape of my life." He's a serious hitting prospect, batting .500 or better in each of his high school seasons. His MLB.com scouting video is available here.

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MLB Draft 2012 Results: Complete List of Oakland Athletics Picks

The Oakland Athletics had another productive first year player draft in 2012, selecting a wide range of talents for both the collegiate and prep ranks alike. When it was all said and done the A's selected 43 players; 30 college players, 12 high schoolers and one player not affiliated with a school. That includes 21 pitchers, four catchers, 12 infielders and six outfielders. Much of their first round picks are for infield needs, as well as their needs behind the plate.

Below is a complete list of the Oakland Athletics picks in the 2012 MLB Draft. Those highlighted include a link to their respective MLB.com scouting video. The deadline for signing drafted players is July 13.

11

Russell, Addison

Pace HS, FL

SS

34

Robertson, Daniel

Upland HS, CA

SS

47

Olson, Matt

Parkview HS, GA

1B

62

Maxwell, Bruce

Birmingham Southern Col, AL

C

74

Sanburn, Nolan

Arkansas, AR

RHP

106

Twomey, Kyle

El Dorado HS, CA

LHP

139

Boyd, B.J.

Palo Alto HS, CA

CF

169

Muncy, Max

Baylor, TX

1B

199

Streich, Seth

Ohio University, OH

RHP

229

Kurz, Cody

Oxnard College, CA

RHP

259

Hall, Kris

Lee University, TN

RHP

289

Bacus, Dakota

Indiana State, IN

RHP

319

Vertigan, Brett

University of California - Santa Barbara, CA

CF

349

Gonzalez, Alex

Harrison HS, GA

SS

379

Caputo, John

No School,

3B

409

Pudenz, Stuart

Dallas Baptist U, TX

RHP

439

House, Austin

New Mexico, NM

RHP

469

Voiro, Vincent

Pennsylvania, PA

RHP

499

Mercedes, Melvin

Col of Central Florida, FL

SS

529

Olson, Tyler

Gonzaga, WA

LHP

559

De Young, Derek

Oakton CC, IL

RHP

589

Martinez, Robert

Ramon Quinones Medina,

CF

619

Powell, Hershcel

Orange Coast College, CA

CF

649

Hollstegge, Tyler

UNC - Greensboro, NC

RHP

679

Hillsinger, Matthew

Radford U, VA

CF

709

Healy, Tucker

Ithaca College, NY

RHP

739

Bahramzadeh, Kayvon

Kansas St U, KS

RHP

769

Hansen, Derek

Augustana Col, SD

RHP

799

Sosa, Lee

SUNY - Binghampton, NY

RHP

829

Mathews, Ryan

North Carolina St U, NC

OF

859

Pohl, Philip

Clemson U, SC

C

889

Massey, Taylor

Dallas Baptist U, TX

LHP

919

Wolfe, Christopher

Grambling St U, LA

SS

949

Gorton, Ryan

Oregon State, OR

C

979

Dull, Ryan

UNC Asheville, NC

RHP

1009

Johnson, Tyler

SUNY Stony Brook, NY

RHP

1039

Gradford, Devon

Thomas Downey HS, CA

SS

1069

Sunde, Brett

Bishop Foley HS, MI

C

1099

Williams, Connor

Bingham HS, UT

RHP

1129

Wooten, John

East Carolina, NC

1B

1159

Drummond, Calvin

University of San Diego, CA

RHP

1189

Blaser, Dalton

Roseville HS, CA

OF

1219

Olmedo-Barrera, David

St Francis HS, CA

SS

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MLB Draft 2012 Results: Complete List Of San Francisco Giants Picks

The San Francisco Giants have a fresh batch of talent after the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft, which as you might guess was heavily tilted towards the pitching department once again.

Of the 40 players the Giants selected this year, the Giants selected more pitchers than position players at a 21 to 19 clip, including 14 pitchers on the third day of the Draft Wednesday. Only five players were high school players, with four of those were selected in the final four rounds (37-40). 19 off the 21 pitchers selected were college pitchers as well, including seven of their first eight picks.

Below is the complete list of the Giants 2012 MLB Draft picks. Those highlighted include a link to their respective MLB.com scouting video.

20

Stratton, Chris

Mississippi State, MS

RHP

84

Agosta, Martin

St. Marys, CA

RHP

115

Williamson, Johnathan

Wake Forest, NC

RF

148

Okert, Steven

Oklahoma, OK

LHP

178

Blach, Ty

Creighton, NE

LHP

208

Johnson, Stephen

St Edwards U, TX

RHP

238

Encinosa, Eduardo

Miami, FL

RHP

268

Kurrasch, Joseph

Penn State, PA

LHP

298

McCall, Shilo

Piedra Vista HS, NM

CF

328

Brown, Trevor

UC Los Angeles, CA

C

358

Tella, Ryan

Auburn, AL

CF

388

Sy, Jeremy

U Louisiana Monroe, LA

SS

418

Jones, Ryan

Michigan St U, MI

2B

448

Hollick, Tyler

Chandler Gilbert CC, AZ

CF

478

Rojas, Leonardo

Miami Dade CC South, FL

C

508

Gardeck, Ian

Alabama, AL

RHP

538

Johnson, Christopher

University of Portland, OR

RHP

568

Duffy, Matthew

Cal State - Long Beach, CA

SS

598

Zeigler, Randall

U Louisiana Monroe, LA

LHP

628

Delfino, Mitchell

UC Berkeley, CA

3B

658

Turner, Benjamin

Missouri, MO

C

688

Metzger, Brennan

Cal State - Long Beach, CA

CF

718

Leenhouts, Andrew

Northeastern, MA

LHP

748

Cain, Andrew

UNC - Wilmington, NC

CF

778

Eberle, Sam

Jacksonville St U, AL

C

808

McVay, Mason

Florida International, FL

LHP

838

Fern, Chris

Union Col, KY

LHP

868

Rapp, Joseph

U Louisiana Monroe, LA

1B

898

Houck, Shayne

Kutztown U, PA

OF

928

Blanchard, Michael

Austin Peay St U, TN

CF

958

Forjet, Jason

Florida Gulf Coast U, FL

RHP

988

Pickering, Christopher

U Rhode Island, RI

LHP

1018

Farley, Brandon

Arkansas State, AR

RHP

1048

Edgington, Zachariah

UC Santa Barbara, CA

LHP

1078

Grazzini, Daniel

Col San Mateo, CA

RHP

1108

Terry, Clint

Col San Mateo, CA

LHP

1138

Jackson, Drew

Miramonte HS, CA

SS

1168

Long, Nolan

Waterford HS, CT

RHP

1198

Fagan, Kevin

North Broward Prep HS, FL

2B

1228

Ferguson, Tyler

Clovis West HS, CA

RHP

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MLB Draft 2012: Oakland Athletics Third Round Picks

The third round of the 2012 MLB First-Year player draft is in the books and the Oakland A's have collected some serious talent. Amongst them are 12 pitchers, five outfielders, four shortstops, three catchers, and one first baseman. Five of them have California ties including Roseville High School's Dalton Blaser.

Below is the complete list of all of Oakland's third round selections, with the highlighted players linked to thier respective scouting video from MLB.com.

499

Mercedes, Melvin

Col of Central Florida, FL

SS

529

Olson, Tyler

Gonzaga, WA

LHP

559

De Young, Derek

Oakton CC, IL

RHP

589

Martinez, Robert

Ramon Quinones Medina,

CF

619

Powell, Hershcel

Orange Coast College, CA

CF

649

Hollstegge, Tyler

UNC - Greensboro, NC

RHP

679

Hillsinger, Matthew

Radford U, VA

CF

709

Healy, Tucker

Ithaca College, NY

RHP

739

Bahramzadeh, Kayvon

Kansas St U, KS

RHP

769

Hansen, Derek

Augustana Col, SD

RHP

799

Sosa, Lee

SUNY - Binghampton, NY

RHP

829

Mathews, Ryan

North Carolina St U, NC

OF

859

Pohl, Philip

Clemson U, SC

C

889

Massey, Taylor

Dallas Baptist U, TX

LHP

919

Wolfe, Christopher

Grambling St U, LA

SS

949

Gorton, Ryan

Oregon State, OR

C

979

Dull, Ryan

UNC Asheville, NC

RHP

1009

Johnson, Tyler

SUNY Stony Brook, NY

RHP

1039

Gradford, Devon

Thomas Downey HS, CA

SS

1069

Sunde, Brett

Bishop Foley HS, MI

C

1099

Williams, Connor

Bingham HS, UT

RHP

1129

Wooten, John

East Carolina, NC

1B

1159

Drummond, Calvin

University of San Diego, CA

RHP

1189

Blaser, Dalton

Roseville HS, CA

OF

1219

Olmedo-Barrera, David

St Francis HS, CA

SS

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MLB Draft 2012: San Francisco Giants Third Round Picks

The third and final day of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft has come and gone, and the San Francisco Giants have 40 talented youngsters looking to fulfill their dreams of becoming a major leaguer.

Rounds 16-40 finished on Wednesday afternoon with San Francisco taking a nice range of players. They still managed to take a whole lot of pitchers on Wednesday, 14 of them to be exact, as well as eight California players including Cal's Mitchell Delfino. Below is the complete list of their final round picks:

508

Gardeck, Ian

Alabama, AL

RHP

538

Johnson, Christopher

University of Portland, OR

RHP

568

Duffy, Matthew

Cal State - Long Beach, CA

SS

598

Zeigler, Randall

U Louisiana Monroe, LA

LHP

628

Delfino, Mitchell

UC Berkeley, CA

3B

658

Turner, Benjamin

Missouri, MO

C

688

Metzger, Brennan

Cal State - Long Beach, CA

CF

718

Leenhouts, Andrew

Northeastern, MA

LHP

748

Cain, Andrew

UNC - Wilmington, NC

CF

778

Eberle, Sam

Jacksonville St U, AL

C

808

McVay, Mason

Florida International, FL

LHP

838

Fern, Chris

Union Col, KY

LHP

868

Rapp, Joseph

U Louisiana Monroe, LA

1B

898

Houck, Shayne

Kutztown U, PA

OF

928

Blanchard, Michael

Austin Peay St U, TN

CF

958

Forjet, Jason

Florida Gulf Coast U, FL

RHP

988

Pickering, Christopher

U Rhode Island, RI

LHP

1018

Farley, Brandon

Arkansas State, AR

RHP

1048

Edgington, Zachariah

UC Santa Barbara, CA

LHP

1078

Grazzini, Daniel

Col San Mateo, CA

RHP

1108

Terry, Clint

Col San Mateo, CA

LHP

1138

Jackson, Drew

Miramonte HS, CA

SS

1168

Long, Nolan

Waterford HS, CT

RHP

1198

Fagan, Kevin

North Broward Prep HS, FL

2B

1228

Ferguson, Tyler

Clovis West HS, CA

RHP

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MLB Draft 2012: Rundown of Athletics' Day 2 Picks

The second day of the MLB First-Year Player Draft was fast and furious, and the Oakland A's were very busy, making 17 picks during rounds two through fifteen. The Athletics' first day's picks were highlighted by SS Addison Russell, SS Daniel Robertson, and 1B Matt Olson, with day two starting off with C Bruce Maxwell, and RHP Nolan Sanburn. Here's the entire list of Day 2 draft picks, including what MLB.com scouts had to say about a few of them:

No. 62: C Maxwell, Bruce Birmingham Southern Col, AL

No. 74: RHP Sanburn, Nolan Arkansas, AR

While fellow Arkansas sophomore pitcher Ryne Stanek narrowly misses being Draft eligible, Sanburn does qualify. And he's been getting plenty of attention. Sanburn has seen most of his action on the Razorbacks out of the bullpen and while he has started a few games, most see his future as a short reliever. That's probably because of his outstanding two-pitch power arsenal. Sanburn can crank it up into the upper-90s, sitting comfortably at around 95 mph. He complements the plus fastball with a hard, slurvy curve that has some serious bite when he stays on top of it. He generally is around the strike zone, occasionally having trouble keeping the ball down in the zone. He does go right after hitters with a closer-like mentality, a role he could potentially fill at the next level.

No. 106: LHP Kyle Twomey, El Dorado HS, CA

Projectable lefties will always draw interest, especially one who performs well as the Draft approaches and gets high marks for his makekup. He'll throw both a two- and four-seam fastball, a big, sweeping curve and a changeup. He started adding a cutter late in the year, and it looks like it might have the chance to be a decent offering. While the fastball tops out at 90-91 mph and his secondary stuff is a bit behind the fastball, the upside is what will have teams interested in the early stages of the Draft.

No. 139 CF - Boyd, B.J. Palo Alto HS,

Boyd possesses great athleticism and speed in the outfield and has shown good instincts on the base paths. He has an average arm, but it should become better with more work and better mechanics. He should be able to hit for a decent average and could hit for some power with his very muscular frame. Boyd has always split time between baseball and football, so when he starts to focus on just baseball, he could develop into a very good player.

No. 169 1B - Muncy, Max Baylor, TX

In a year with few advanced college bats, Muncy could be one of the first ones off the board. Muncy has a short, compact swing and makes consistent contact. Muncy has shown good power in his three years at Baylor and also has above average speed for a first baseman. Some scouts wonder if the power will translate to the pro game, but if it doesn't, Muncy has the athleticism to be able to move to a new position. Most teams covet advanced college bats that are also signable, and this could allow Muncy to be picked within the first few rounds.

No. 199 RHP - Streich, Seth Ohio University, OH

Streich mostly started at Ohio but might have to move to the bullpen at the next level. His stuff -- a fastball that can touch the mid-90s and a power slider -- could play up in a relief role. His command has been inconsistent, another reason why shorter stints out of the pen might make more sense.

No. 229 RHP - Kurz, Cody Oxnard College, CA

No. 259 RHP - Hall, Kris Lee University, TN

After transferring from Cleveland State, Hall has become NAIA Lee's ace. The right-hander has hit 97 mph with his fastball and consistently sits in the low-to-mid 90's. He also has a plus pitch in his slider, and he throws a hard curveball. Some scouts think that with his frame he could be a relief pitcher, but the team that drafts him will definitely give him a chance to start after he posted a 1.52 ERA and struck out 115 in 94 2/3 innings as a starter. His profile may limit his Draft stock a bit, but there's no question teams will be interested in his size and arm strength.

No. 289 RHP - Bacus, Dakota Indiana State, IN

No. 319 CF - Vertigan, Brett University of California - Santa Barbara, CA

No. 349 SS - Gonzalez, Alex Harrison HS, GA

No. 379 3B - Caputo, John No School

No. 409 RHP - Pudenz, Stuart Dallas Baptist U, TX

No. 439 RHP - House, Austin New Mexico, NM

No. 469 RHP - Voiro, Vincent Pennsylvania, PA

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MLB Draft 2012: St. Mary's Martin Agosta Highlights Giants Day 2 Selections

The San Francisco Giants are known for their drafting of top-quality pitchers, and did not disappoint this year with the selection of Mississippi State's Chris Stratton with their first round selection (fellow MSU alum Will Clark is likely very happy about this). But it didn't stop there as the Black and Orange used their second round selection on another great arm in St. Mary's hard throwing righty Martin Agosta.

Agosta was not the only solid pitcher taken by the Giants during Day 2 of the MLB Draft, in fact he was one of six pitchers taken (three righties, three lefties) on the day. They also picked up four outfielders, two catchers, one second baseman and one shortstop. They stayed away from the high schoolers for the most part by taking only four on Tuesday, all of whom were position players.

Here's the entire list of Day 2 draft picks, including what MLB.com scouts had to say about a few of their picks as well:

No. 84: RHP Martin Agosta, St. Mary's

He's not the biggest right-hander in the Draft, which will certainly scare off some, but he's shown an ability to run his fastball up to 94 mph while sitting comfortably at 92 mph. Above-average run and sink make it an even better pitch. Agosta's curve and changeup both have the chance to be solid Major League average pitches, and he has a solid idea of how to keep hitters guessing. Undersized right-handers always have a tougher time proving themselves, but with the way he's pitched, a team that's willing to buck that conventional wisdom should take a shot within the first few rounds.

No. 115: RF Jonathan Williamson, Wake Forest

No. 148: LHP Steven Okert, Oklahoma

Okert switched between the bullpen and the starting rotation before coming on strong as a closer this year. He has been lights out in that role and is one of the main reasons Oklahoma has done so well this year. In pro ball, he will definitely come out of the bullpen and could make it to the Majors quickly.

No. 178: LHP Ty Blach, Creighton University

No. 208: RHP Stephen Johnson, St. Edwards Universtiy

Sometimes a role change is all a player needs. When Johnson went from starter to reliever, his Draft stock took off. Johnson was up-and-down as a starter for Division II St. Edwards. He gave the bullpen a try over the summer, threw extremely well and then stayed there for the 2012 season. His plus fastball plays extremely well in a short relief role, touching triple digits. He throws a hard breaking ball that is a bit inconsistent as well. Poor arm action hinders his command. If he can improve his mechanics to help his control, he has the chance to close at the next level like he did in college. His arm strength out of the pen is sure to intrigue many teams.

No. 238: RHP Eduardo Encinosa, Miami

No. 268: LHP Joesph Kurrasch, Penn State

No. 298 CF Shilo McCall, Piedra Vista HS, New Mexico

No. 328: C Trevor Brown, UC Los Angeles

No. 358: CF Ryan Tella, Auburn

No. 388: SS Jeremy Sy, University of Louisiana, Monroe

No. 418: 2B Ryan Jones, Michigan State

No. 448: CF Tyler Hollick, Chandler Gilbert CC, Arizona

No. 478: C Leonardo Rojas, Miami Dade CC, Florida

The draft concludes with rounds 16-40 on Wednesday, starting at Noon ET, 9 a.m. PT on the MLB Network and streaming live here on MLB.com.

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2012 MLB Draft: Oakland Athletics Select Arkansas P Nolan Sanburn With Pick No. 74

Sanburn could help out in the bullpen if he were to develop into a big league caliber arm.

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MLB Draft 2012: Chris Stratton Selected No. 20 Overall By San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants added another terrific arm to their barrage of talent pitchers in their organization as they selected RHP Chris Stratton out of Mississippi State University with the No. 20 overall pick in the 2012 MLB First Year Player Draft.

Stratton was one of 11 college pitchers with 11 wins during the 2012 NCAA regular season and was named the Southeastern Conference pitcher of the year. Stratton is fifth in the SEC with 123 strikeouts and leads the conference with a 2.21 earned run average.

Other pitchers that were Giants first round draft picks include Matt Cain (2002), Tim Lincecum (2006) and Madison Bumgarner (2007). Hopefully he can develop like these three have for the Black and Orange.

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MLB Draft 2012: Addison Russell Selected No. 11 Overall By Oakland Athletics

The Oakland Athletics had a number of possibly routes to take with the first round pick in the 2012 First-Year MLB Draft, but eventually decided on shortstop Addison Russell with the No. 11 selection overall this year.

Out of Pace High School down in Pace, FL, the 6-1 210 lb. Russell is a very athletic young man with some serious pop in his bat, batting .500 or better in all of his high school seasons played. This was the first time since 2001 the Athletics took a high school player in the first round of the draft. He has already committed to Aubrun University, but the fact that the A's used their pick on him could signal his desire to play ball instead of attend school.

Some see Russell as a J.J. Hardy type player, a terrific SS with a plus bat, something the A's could certainly use down the line. He could move to another infield position down the line, but a solid selection for Oakland nonetheless.

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2012 MLB Mock Draft: Lots Of Bay Area Moves Expected On Monday

The 2012 MLB Draft begins on Monday with the all-important first round. While the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics will both have first round picks, there are plenty of Bay Area amateur athletes who figure to be drafted in marquee positions.

In the latest mock draft at Minor League Ball, John Sickels believes three local athletes will be selected as key early picks.

1) Houston Astros: Mark Appel, RHP, Stanford. He's got a great arm, and he made a lot of progress this spring putting to rest concerns about a past lack of statistical dominance.

5) Kansas City Royals: Kyle Zimmer, RHP, San Francisco: The general consensus is that the Royals will take the leftover top college pitcher who falls here. Giolito would be an interesting gamble with a potentially huge payoff, but I don't think they take that risk.

7) San Diego Padres: Max Fried, LHP, California HS: He could go as high as 5, but if he's still on the board the Padres are rumored to be strongly interested in this polished lefty. David Dahl has impressed people of late and could also get popped here. A polished "safe" choice could be Andrew Heaney.

Here's his take on the strategy for the A's:

11) Oakland Athletics: "Don't draft for need" the saying goes, but it would be awfully hard to resist an advanced college bat like Richie Schaffer, 3B, Clemson, given the organization's paucity of hitting. Seager and Hawkins would be top high school options with impressive upside but longer paths to the majors, with Heaney or Marcus Stroman available if they want pitching.

And here's what he has to say about the first round for the Giants:

20) San Francisco Giants: A sturdy hard-throwing high school arm like Nick Travieso, RHP, Florida HS seems like a good bet here. Ty Buttrey, Walker Weickel, Zach Eflin, Shane Watson, and Lucas Sims are all logical too. If they want a bat, Gallo or Seager would make sense.

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2012 MLB Draft Order: Where The Giants And A's Fit In

The 2012 MLB Draft begins on Monday and runs through Wednesday. The San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics front offices have been hard at work constructing their respective game plans for the draft over the past few weeks.

The A's hold the No. 11 overall pick in the first round and will have a terrific chance to pick up a solid prospect in this year's draft. The San Francisco Giants hold the No. 20 overall pick and are not in terrible shape. This year features a very deep talent pool from all over the country so both Bay Area teams should have a good chance to pick up vital pieces toward the future of their respective franchises.

Here's the full draft order for Monday's first round.

1 Houston Astros
2 Minnesota Twins
3 Seattle Mariners
4 Baltimore Orioles
5 Kansas City Royals
6 Chicago Cubs
7 San Diego Padres
8 Pittsburgh Pirates
9 Miami Marlins
10 Colorado Rockies
11 Oakland Athletics
12 New York Mets
13 Chicago White Sox
14 Cincinnati Reds
15 Cleveland Indians
16 Washington Nationals
17 Toronto Blue Jays
18 Los Angeles Dodgers
19 St. Louis Cardinals
20 San Francisco Giants
21 Atlanta Braves
22 Toronto Blue Jays
23 St. Louis Cardinals
24 Boston Red Sox
25 Tampa Bay Rays
26 Arizona Diamondbacks
27 Milwaukee Brewers
28 Milwaukee Brewers
29 Philadelphia Phillies
30 New York Yankees
31 Boston Red Sox

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