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83-79

 

Willis: 15-7 3.12

Olsen: 14-8 3.72

Johnson: 13-8 4.02

Sanchez: 16-7 2.97

Nolasco: 13-9 4.16

 

Tank: 2.89

Owens- 3.47

Pinto: 3.17

Gregg- 3.84

 

 

Olivo: .257 .293 .447 17 HR 62 RBI 2 SB

Jacobs: .275 .354 .475 25 HR 89 RBI 0 SB

Uggla: .279 .355 .470 20 HR 78 RBI 10 SB

Ramirez: .317 .389 .495 20 HR 65 RBI 55 SB

Cabrera: .337 .440 .588 33 HR 133 RBI 3 SB

Willingham: .275 .365 .485 25 HR 85 RBI 1 SB

Sanchez: .285 .340 .375 1 HR 40 RBI 20 SB 30 errors

Hermida: .288 .390 .472 13 HR 72 RBI 12 SB

 

All Stars: Cabrera, Ramirez, Sanchez

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W/L: 83-79

 

 

Wins/Losses, Saves, ERA for the pitchers

Starting Rotation:

Willis: 16-10, 3.45 ERA

Olsen: 13-12 4.30 ERA

Sanchez: 12-12 4.60 ERA

Nolasco: 9-10 5.20 ERA

Mitre: 6-6, 5.11 ERA

Johnson 4-3, 4.14 ERA

 

Julio 2-4, 34 saves, 3.36 ERA

Tank 2-2, 2 saves, 3.27 ERA

Owens 3-4, 1 save, 3.89 ERA

Lindstrom 1-3, 3.97 ERA

Pinto 4-3, 4.27 ERA

Gregg 3-3, 4.07 ERA

Mess 2-4, 4.24 ERA

 

 

AVG/OBP/SLG, HR, RBI, SB

Hitters

Hanley: .290/.380/.485 19HR/65RBI/50SB

Uggla: .275/.320/.450 21HR/75RBI/10SB

Cabrera: .345/.440/.580 34HR/125RBI/7SB

Willingham .265/.360/.480 27HR/85RBI/4SB

Jacobs .278/.345/.465 22HR/80RBI/1SB

Hermida .280/.380/.420 12HR/65RBI/12SB

Amezaga .255/.350/.330 3HR/30RBI/30SB

Olivo .250/.300/.430 15HR/55RBI/3SB

Boone .245/.320/.375 6HR/35RBI/1SB

Treanor .215/.290/.320 1HR/17RBI/1SB

Ross .240/.310/.425 9HR/36RBI/7SB

Borchard .220/.300/.390 8HR/35RBI/1SB

Reed .237/.312/.319 1HR/26RBI/17SB

Abercrombie .000/.000/.000 0HR/0RBI/0SB

 

Cabrera and Hanley are all-stars.

I don't forsee any gold gloves, but Willis is our best chance.

 

Please don't make fun of my predictions, I'm not a genius. GO MARLINS!!!

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83-79

 

Willis: 15-7 3.12

Olsen: 14-8 3.72

Johnson: 13-8 4.02

Sanchez: 16-7 2.97

Nolasco: 13-9 4.16

 

Tank: 2.89

Owens- 3.47

Pinto: 3.17

Gregg- 3.84

 

 

Olivo: .257 .293 .447 17 HR 62 RBI 2 SB

Jacobs: .275 .354 .475 25 HR 89 RBI 0 SB

Uggla: .279 .355 .470 20 HR 78 RBI 10 SB

Ramirez: .317 .389 .495 20 HR 65 RBI 55 SB

Cabrera: .337 .440 .588 33 HR 133 RBI 3 SB

Willingham: .275 .365 .485 25 HR 85 RBI 1 SB

Sanchez: .285 .340 .375 1 HR 40 RBI 20 SB 30 errors

Hermida: .288 .390 .472 13 HR 72 RBI 12 SB

 

All Stars: Cabrera, Ramirez, Sanchez

 

That team goes better than 83-79.

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Marlins Record:

88-74

 

Pitchers:

Dontrelle Willis: 16-10, 3.65

Scott Olsen: 17-6, 3.15 (Fantastic Year coming up for Mr. Olsen)

Josh Johnson: 7-9, 4.20 (Will be hurt for a period of time)

Anibal Sanchez: 14-11, 3.80

Ricky Nolasco: 3-6, 5.30 (Nolasco will start here, but get moved into the bullpen)

Yusmeiro Petit: 7-5, 3.85 (Petit will start to emerge this year, after begining the year in long relief)

 

Taylor Tankersley: 2-1, 2.35, 29 Saves

 

Relievers to perform above average:

Owens, Lindstrom, Garcia

 

Relievers to perform below average:

Messenger, Mitre, Pinto

 

Batters:

H. Ramirez: .305, .395, .505 (Hanley will improve everything gradually, specifically, less strikeouts, more walks, slightly more power)

D. Uggla: .265, .325, .495 (The magic will start to fade for Uggla)

M. Cabrera: .330, .440, .595 (The Cabrera Line, power will go up a little, and avg will dip slightly)

J. Willingham: .280, .375, .520 (The Hammer will continue to produce, now that he has a concrete role)

M. Jacobs: .285, .390, .515 (Jacobs is healthy, and will look to really make his presence felt this year)

J. Hermida: .270, .350, .480 (I don't know what to do about Hermida, but I would but pretty happy with this production)

M. Olivo: .255, .280, .430 (Olivo will just be too streaky to produce anything but pedestrian numbers)

A. Sanchez .270, .330, .380 (He's so quick, so that will help the bottom hopefully, I bet Gonzalez uses him to leadoff for experiments sake)

 

Aaron Boone, and Amezaga will produce in day to day spots as well.

 

 

Miguel Cabrera, Hanley Ramirez, and yes, Scott Olsen will all be all stars this year.

 

No Gold Gloves, No Cy Young, No Batting Champions, Dontrelle might grab Silver Slugger

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80-82

 

Ramirez: .280/.330/.500 20 HR, 75 RBI 122 R's

Uggla: .270/.310/.460 22 HR, 85 RBI

Cabrera: .325/.440/.570 33 HR 120 RBI

Jacobs: .250/.300/.450 18 HR, 70 RBI

Willingham: .280/.340/.490 20 HR 75 RBI

Olivo: .250/.275/.400 12 HR 50 RBI

Hermida: .290/.360/.450 18 HR 70 RBI

CF -------------------------------

 

Willis 12-10 4.00 ERA

Sanchez 16-8 3.30 ERA

Johnson 10-10 3.90 ERA

Olsen 14-9 3.76 ERA

Nolasco 9-12 4.20 ERA

 

Basically, I expect the bullpen to be a massive void and vulture our starters.

 

Hermida's going to have a strong season, but Uggla and Olivo will take steps backward. I think there's room for improvement as I have our record as better than last season, but I think we're all things clicking a .500 ball club.

 

Go out and pull off a trade for Baldelli and Benitez and I think we're an 88-90 win team, so there's tremendous room for improvement with very little effort. (If Petit, West and Tucker need to go in the name of winning while we still have Miggy and Willis so be it).

 

PS: Miggy and Hanley All-Stars.

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87 wins

 

Willis: 14-8 3.62 ERA

Olsen: 16-7 3.32 ERA

Johnson: 10-8 4.02 ERA

Sanchez: 13-9 3.48 ERA

Nolasco: 8-11 4.32 ERA (with 5 of those 11 losses coming against the Mets)

 

Tankersley: 2-4 , 2.87 ERA , 32 saves

Lindstrom- 3.92 ERA

Gregg- 4.21 ERA

Garcia- 3.42 ERA (I expect Baby Pedro to put up a solid year)

 

 

Olivo: .261/.295/.430 12 HR 52 RBI 2 SB

Jacobs: .278/.335/.480 26 HR 85 RBI 1 SB

Uggla: .270/.340/.441 18 HR 72 RBI 6 SB

Ramirez: .309/.357/.482 19 HR 67 RBI 55 SB 194 hits, 123 runs

Cabrera: .339/.444/.578 38 HR 140 RBI 8 SB (The return of the more lean Miguel Cabrera)

Willingham: .271/.352/.489 23 HR 86 RBI 2 SB

Sanchez: .290/.315/.327 2 HR 19 RB 22 SB

Hermida: 294/.355/.459 21 HR 79 RBI 20 SB - 4 CS

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At first I was predicting a sophomore slump, but I reall am not feeling it as much as before...I still think they will struggle to improve from last year and will not make the playoffs...

Marlins Record: 79-83 (4th in NL East)

 

Willis 20-5 (however 10 of those wins will come with another team)/2.45 (his replacement will go 4-6)

Olsen 16-4/2.41

Johnson 10-7/2.07

Anibal 21-5/1.47

Nolasco 4-15/5.23

 

Tank: 1-1/31 saves/2 BS/0.88 ERA

not sure about the pen, but heres my projection for whose in:

Mitre LR: 5-7 /4.66 ERA

Pinto MR: 2-7/3 saves/1 BS 3.44 ERA

Petit MR 1-4/1 save/0 BS 4.60 ERA

Lindstrom SU 0-4/4 saves/6 BS/2.09 ERA

H. Garcia M/SR 2-5/0 saves/0 BS/3.06 ERA

the other 5 wins from call ups...the other 11 losses from call ups

 

 

lineup:

1. Sanchez CF.265/.382/.432/11/25/30

2. Uggla 2B.314/.450/.460/30/60/4

3. Cabrera 3B.360/.535/.613/40/120/30

4. Willingham LF.296/.395/.455/34/106/5

5. Hermida RF.260/.320/.390/20/87/2

6. Jacobs 1B.260/.323/.405/30/90/8

7. Hanley SS.296/.423/.469/25/117/56

8. Olivo C.296/.400/.480/30/60/10

 

BENCH:

Boone: POS: 3B, 1B... .276/.393/.434/20/80/4 (splitting time with Cabs and Jake)

Amazega: POS: SS, 2B, CF... .286/.402/.435/4/34/20

Abercrombie: POS: CF... .230/.320/.330/10/15/15

Treanor: POS C, 1B... .232/.323/.356/3/6/0

Ross: POS CF, RF... .279/.357/.380/17/29/2

Borchard POS CF, LF, RF .280/.357/.386/8/20/1

 

yea...I'm going ballsy with the 11 pitchers and an extra person on the bench...

 

ALL STARS: Hanley, Cabs, Uggla, Anibal, Willis (maybe not with Marlins)

 

Gold Glove: Willis, Hanley, Cabs

Silver Slugger: Cabs, Willis

Cy Young: Anibal

MVP: Cabs

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Record: 86-76

 

Dontrelle Willis: 19-7, 2.88era

Scott Olsen: 14-8, 3.14

Ricky Nolasco: 8-12, 4.88

Josh Johnson 7-6, 4.12

Anibal Sanchez: 11-7, 3.09

Yusmiero Petit: 7-3, 3.65

Sergio Mitre 5-2, 3.99

 

Henry Owens: 4-2, 2.77, 8 saves

Taylor Tankersly: 5-1, 1.97, 6 saves

Jorge Julio 2-7, 4.73, 28 saves

 

Alejandro De Aza: .267/.320/.320 0hr 22rbi 11sb

Dan Uggla: .271/.335/.450 21hr 81rbi 11sb

Miguel Cabrera: .362/.480/.600 46hr 143rbi 5sb

Josh Willingham: .288/.388/.513 36hr 118rbi

Mike Jacobs: .266/.320/.450 24hr 78rbi

Jeremy Hermida: .278/.390/.440 18hr 88rbi

Hanley Ramirez: .310/.360/.500 23hr 75rbi 60sb

Miguel Olivo: .260/.300/.450 20hr 65rbi 5sb

 

Aaron Boone: .275/.330/.450 10hr 50rbi

Joe Borchard: .248/.322/.480 17hr 51rbi 5sb

 

All Stars: Willis, Cabs, Hanley

Gold Gloves: None

NL MVP: Cabs(Willingham 4th)

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Too much to predict in Feb. but ill just go with the basics

 

79-83

3rd place in East

 

Willis 15 wins

Olsen 13 wins

Sanchez 11 wins

Johnson 14 wins

Petit 8 wins

 

Tank leads us in saves with others helping (ill say 28 saves)

 

Highlights from batters

Uggla 20 HR

Cabs 33 HR 120 RBI

Hanley 48 steals

 

All Stars

Cabs and Johnson (with strong 1st half)

 

Gold Gloves

Willis is the best shot, but as weve seen MLB will throw it to an older vet and screw over Dontrelles efforts

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W/L: 92-70

 

 

Wins/Losses, Saves, ERA for the pitchers

Starting Rotation:

Willis: 20-7, 3.45 ERA

Olsen: 16-10 3.90 ERA

Johnson: 13-12 4.75 ERA

Sanchez: 11-10 4.25 ERA

Nolasco: 22-8 2.89 ERA (I have to)

 

AVG/OBP/SLG, HR, RBI, SB

Hitters

Hanley: .300/.390/.405 15HR/69RBI/35SB

Uggla: .285/.340/.450 21HR/75RBI/8SB

Cabrera: .333/.430/.520 30HR/120RBI/2SB

Willingham .255/.320/.410 17HR/80RBI/0SB

Jacobs .289/.365/.480 28HR/90RBI/3SB

Hermida .270/.350/.400 12HR/70RBI/14SB

Amezaga .265/.350/.320 3HR/42RBI/22SB

Olivo .250/.300/.440 18HR/65RBI/10SB

 

 

Miggy, Hanley, Nolasco and D-Train are all-stars.

Zero gold gloves.

 

Yeah, I know I predicted 611 RBI's out of 8 guys and that's totally unrealistic.

Yeah, I know our starters won't win 82 games of the 92 I'm predicting.

But, yeah, you gotta have hope!

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W/L - 89-73

 

Dontrelle Willis: 20-6, 2.78era

Scott Olsen: 17-12, 3.10

Josh Johnson: 15-10, 4.19

Anibal Sanchez: 13-9, 3.43

Yusmiero Petit: 11-6, 4.25

 

Henry Owens: 1-4, 3.21, 43 saves

Taylor Tankersly: 3-1, 1.20, 12 saves

 

Alex Sanchez: .280avg 0hr 28rbi 19sb

Dan Uggla: .284avg 26hr 95rbi 11sb

Miguel Cabrera: .353avg 41hr 135rbi 2sb

Josh Willingham: .282avg 29hr 101rbi 1sb

Mike Jacobs: .256avg 23hr 85rbi 0sb

Jeremy Hermida: .292avg 21hr 93rbi

Hanley Ramirez: .313avg 22hr 81rbi 63sb

Miguel Olivo: .260avg 18hr 69rbi 5sb

 

 

 

All Stars: Willis, Cabs, Hanley

Gold Gloves: Hanley

NL MVP: Cabs

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I see the Homer's are out in full force.

 

 

 

Im real tired so I only have enough attention span to predict 162 game record.

 

 

 

78-84

 

 

Bullpen blows so many games that several MB.com members need to be heavily medicated by August.

 

 

 

 

Edit: This is if no additions are made to the team prior to Opening Day

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1) the Marlins record(162 games remember)

 

82-80

 

2) Wins/Losses, Saves, ERA for the pitchers

 

Dontrelle Willis - 16-10 , 3.42 ERA

Josh Johnson - 7-6 , 4.12 ERA

Anibal Sanchez - 13-12, 4.06 ERA

Scott Olsen - 15-9, 3.58 ERA

Sergio Mitre - 4-5, 5.12 ERA

Ricky Nolasco - 7-11, 4.95 ERA

Jorge Julio - 3.65 ERA, 28 saves

 

 

3) AVG/OBP/SLG, HR, RBI, SB

 

Miguel Olivo - .246/.299/.405, 14 HR, 51 RBI, 3 SB

Mike Jacobs - .273/.341/.507, 28 HR, 89 RBI, 1 SB

Dan Uggla - .271/ .328/.458, 24 HR, 81 RBI, 4 SB

Miguel Cabrera - .328/.421/.571, 34 HR, 118 RBI, 6 SB

Hanley Ramirez - .284/.352/.491, 19 HR, 61 RBI, 48 SB

Jeremy Hermida - .269/.361/.494, 12 HR, 61 RBI, 16 SB

Alejandro De Aza - .258/.321/.380, 2 HR, 36 RBI, 27 SB

Josh Willingham - .282/.359/.502, 28 HR, 79 RBI, 1 SB

Dontrelle Willis (just cause it's fun) - .243/.270/.330, 2 HR, 12 RBI, 0 SB

 

 

4) Which Marlins are All Stars and which win a Gold Glove

 

Cabrera, Hanley are all stars

0 gold gloves

Cabrera, Dontrelle get silver sluggers

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78-84, 4th place. Top 3 in our division pound us even though I think we'll break a positive differential.

 

Dontrelle 220 IP 15-10, 3.75 era, 1.32 whip, 6.80 K/9

Olsen 200 IP 14-11, 4.14 era, 1.30 whip, 8.10 K/9

Anibal 180 IP 12-10, 4.05 era, 1.28 whip, 7.25 K/9

Johnson 200 IP, 13-10, 4.30 era, 1.35 whip, 7.43 K/9

Mitre 80 IP, 4-7, 5.10 era, 1.42 whip, 6.45 K/9

Gaby Hernandez 65 IP, 3-4, 4.70 era, 1.42 whip, 7.40 K/9

Petit 50 IP, 3-5, 5.75 era, 1.55 whip, 7.24 K/9

 

Nolasco 70 IP, 3-4, 32 saves, 3.50 era, 1.25 whip, 7.97 K/9

Tank 70 IP, 3-5, 3 saves, 3.25 era, 1.30 whip, 9.26 K/9

Gregg 75 IP, 2-3, 0 saves, 3.85 era, 1.35 whip, 7.95 K/9

J. Garcia 60 IP, 2-3, 0 saves, 4.75 era, 1.35 whip, 7.40 K/9

Pinto 55 IP, 2-5, 0 saves, 4.60 era, 1.48 whip, 10.30 K/9

Owens 50 IP, 1-3, 4 saves, 4.60 era, 1.38 whip, 9.45 K/9

Matt Lindstrom 18 IP, 1-1, 1 save, 4.85, 1.45 whip, 9.20 K/9

Randy Messenger 12 IP, 0-0, 0 saves, 5.45 era, 1.65 whip, 5.25 K/9

Nate Field 12 IP, 0-1, 0 saves, 4.25 era, 1.40 whip, 8.25 K/9

Mike Koplove 8 IP, 0-2, 0 saves, 6.70 era, 1.52 whip, 5.41 K/9

Logan Kensing, 3 IP, 0-0, 0 saves, 0.00 era, 1.33 whip, 9.00 K/9

 

Hanley .295/.354/.481, 18 HR, 65 RBI, 48 SB

Uggla .278/.334/.469 20 HR, 85 RBI, 5 SB

Cabrera .340/.430/.571 35 HR, 120 RBI, 7 SB

Willingham .285/.360/.500 30 HR, 100 RBI, 1 SB

Hermida .270/.355/.430 18 HR, 85 RBI, 18 SB

Jacobs .268/.330/.478 25 HR, 90 RBI, 0 SB

A. Sanchez .280/.315/.360 0 HR, 40 RBI, 35 SB

Olivo .265/.285/.440 15 HR, 65 RBI, 2 SB

 

Boone .270/.348/.415 7 HR, 35 RBI, 6 SB

Cody .245/.300/.490 14 HR, 40 RBI, 0 SB

Borchard .240/.325/.415 11 HR, 30 RBI, 0 SB

Amezaga .265/.325/.335 1 HR, 25 RBI, 20 SB

Treanor .195/.250/.245, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 0 SB

 

Awards - Cabrera 4th MVP (Pujols, Berkman, Utley)

All star - Cabrera. Snub - Hanley, just because Reyes and Rollins are animals

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My annual downer:

Predict the following:

 

1) the Marlins record(162 games remember)

 

2) Wins/Losses, Saves, ERA for the pitchers

 

3) AVG/OBP/SLG, HR, RBI, SB

 

4) Which Marlins are All Stars and which win a Gold Glove

 

73-89, tied for third in NL East with Atlanta

 

PITCHERS

Willis: 15-10, 3.40 ERA, 165 K's

Johnson: 8-8, 3.80 ERA, 140 K's, misses start of the season

Olsen: 13-8, 4.10 ERA, 175 K's

Sanchez: 10-10, 4.30 ERA, 140 K's

Nolasco: 12-11, 4.60 ERA, 130 K's

Mitre: 4-9, 4.40 ERA, fills in for JJ at beginning of season

Lindstrom: 0-4, 3.15 ERA, 28 saves

Tankersley: 2-3, 2.60 ERA, 9 saves

Gregg: 1-5, 4.40 ERA, 3 saves

Pinto: 2-4, 4.70 ERA, 1 save

Owens: 0-1, 3.60 ERA, 1 save

Julio:L 1-3, 4.20 ERA, 26 saves

A variety of other pitchers in the pen and spot starters go 5-13

 

 

Olivo: .240/14/45, 38% CS

Jacobs: .260/23/76

Uggla: .265/16/65

Cabrera: .323/38/106

Ramirez: .275/16/65, 45 SB

Willingham: .280/28/90

De Aza: .240/1/14, 38 SB

Ross: .245/6/18

Borchard: .230/4/14

Hermida: .270/14/70

Boone: .260/5/26

Amezaga: .240/1/8, 8 SB

Treanor: .220/0/12

 

All-Stars: Cabrera

MVP: Cabrera finishes 6th

Gold Glove: none

 

If we get a real centerfielder, almost every prediction I've made changes.

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76-86

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Willis: 14-8, 2.91 ERA

JJ: 15-10, 3.12 ERA

Olsen: 15-9, 2.98 ERA

Anibal: 12-10, 3.31 ERA

Nolasco: 8-13, 3.99 ERA

 

Tank: 3-2, 2 SV, 2.41 ERA

Gregg: 0-6, 17 SV, 3.41 ERA

Messenger: 0-4, 4.91 ERA

Owens: 2-5, 3 SV, 3.56 ERA

Koplove: 2-7, 3.91 ERA

Lindstrom: 2-7, 4.13 ERA

Pinto: 3-5, 3.41 ERA

 

 

Olivo: .226, .232, .267, 7 HR, 31 RBI

Jacobs: .276, .280, .429, 23 HR, 71 RBI

Uggla: .301, .310, .431, 25 HR, 70 RBI, 6 SB

Cabrera: .341, .390, .521, 34 HR, 114 RBI, 1 SB

Hanley: .312, .421, .497, 17 HR, 65 RBI, 37 SB

Willingham: .311, .391, .486, 23 HR, 74 RBI, 2 SB

Sanchez: .241, .242, .247, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 9 SB

Hermida: .319, .405, .479, 21 HR, 96 RBI, 17 SB

 

Borchard: .196, .201, .241, 1 HR, 5 RBI

Amazega: .262, .270, .301, 0 HR, 7 RBI

Ross: .271, .290, .315, 5 HR, 19 RBI

Treanor: .231, .260, .271, 0 HR, 2 RBI

Boone: .246, .271, .301, 1 HR, 4 RBI

 

 

All Stars: Cabrera(starting 3B), Olsen(All Star SP), Dan Uggla

Gold Gloves: Dan Uggla

Silver Sluggers: Cabrera, Uggla

MVP: Cabrera-2nd place

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