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Posted: August 02, 2019, 6:04 AM Post
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1 Brice Turang, SS
2 Trey Supak, P
3 Antonie Kelly LHP
4 Zach Brown,P
5 Drew Rassmussen RHP
6 Trent Clark, OF
7 Jacob Nottingham, C
8 Ethan Small LHP
9 Aaron Ashby, LHP
10 Max Lazar, P
11 Justin Jarvis RHP
12 Mario Feliciano, C
13 Thomas Jankins RHP
14 Nate Griep RHP
15 Lucas Erceg, 3B
16 Angel Perdoma LHP
17 Micah Bello OF
18 Phil Bickford RHP
19 Anthony Bender RHP
20 Troy Stokes Jr., OF
21 Tristen Lutz, OF
22 Nash Walters RHP
23 Alec Bettinger RHP
24 Reese Olson RHP
25 Dylan File RHP


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Posted: August 02, 2019, 8:47 AM Post
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MLB Pipeline has just released their updated Top 30 prospect list:

http://m.mlb.com/prospects/2019?list=mil

Turang, who they rate as our top prospect, comes in at #81 on their Top 100.


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Posted: August 02, 2019, 9:08 AM Post
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1 Trent Grisham
2 Brice Turang
3 Trey Supak
4 Ethan Small
5 Tristen Lutz
6 Mario Feliciano
7 Drew Rasmussen
8 Aaron Ashby
9 Corey Ray
10 Eduardo Garcia
11 Troy Stokes
12 Devin Williams
13 Zack Brown
14 Payton Henry
15 Micah Bello
16 Antoine Kelly
17 Dylan File
18 Jacob Nottingham
19 Carlos Rodriguez
20 Felix Valerio
21 Jevon Ward
22 Eduarqui Fernandez
23 Braden Webb
24 Joantgel Segovia
25 Luke Barker
26 Alec Bettinger
27 Lucas Erceg
28 Max Lazar
29 Joe Gray
30 Wes Wilson
31 Clayton Andrews
32 Miguel Sanchez
33 Noah Zavolas
34 Jake Gatewood
35 Thomas Dillard
36 Angel Perdomo


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Offline  Re: BF.net Fan Community Top 25 Prospects - 2019 Mid-Season Edition - Voting is now open!
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Posted: August 02, 2019, 4:56 PM Post
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As always interesting to see how differently people weigh certain aspects like the defensive spectrum, starters vs relievers, age, proximity to majors, how much to value recent stats etc. And as always, some real headscratchers but I guess this thread is for voting and not discussing lists.

1. Trent Grisham
2. Brice Turang
3. Mario Feliciano
4. Tristen Lutz
5. Aaron Ashby
6. Ethan Small
7. Trey Supak
8. Zack Brown
9. Eduardo Garcia
10. Payton Henry
11. Drew Rasmussen
12. Corey Ray
13. Antoine Kelly
14. Carlos Rodriguez
15. Jacob Nottingham
16. Micah Bello
17. Max Lazar
18. Troy Stokes Jr
19. Lucas Erceg
20. Thomas Dillard
21. Dylan File
22. Noah Zavolas
23. Andres Melendez
24. Tyrone Taylor
25. David Fry
26. Adam Hill
27. Clayton Andrews
28. Joe Gray
29. Alec Bettinger
30. Nick Kahle


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Posted: August 02, 2019, 7:00 PM Post
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1. Trent Grisham
2. Brice Turang
3. Aaron Ashby
4. Drew Rasmussen
5. Corey Ray
6. Tristen Lutz
7. Ethan Small
8. Eduardo Garcia
9. Trey Supak
10. Mario Feliciano
11. Devin Williams
12. Antoine Kelly
13. Zack Brown
14. Jacob Nottingham
15. Micah Bello
16. Eduarqui Fernandez
17. Max Lazar
18. Dylan File
19. Payton Henry
20. Carlos Rodriguez
21 Troy Stokes
22. Lucas Erceg
23. Thomas Dillard
24. Alec Bettinger
25. Caden Lemons


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Posted: August 02, 2019, 9:24 PM Post
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Location: Washburn, WI
1. Brice Turang
2. Ethan Small
3. Trent Grisham
4. Trey Supak
5. Max Lazar
6. Antoine Kelly
7. Aaron Ashby
8. Bobby Wahl
9. Drew Rasmussen
10. Dylan File
11. Noah Zavolas
12. Tristen Lutz
13. Zack Brown
14. Nate Griep
15. Corey Ray
16. Clayton Andrews
17. Devin Williams
18. Luke Barker
19. David Fry
20. Mario Feliciano
21. Felix Valerio
22. Eduardo Garcia
23. Micah Bello
24. Alec Bettinger
25. J.T. Hintzen
26. Eduarqui Fernandez
27. Bowden Francis
28. Cody Ponce
29. Troy Stokes
30. Lucas Erceg
31. Jacob Nottingham
32. Johan Belisario
33. Fernando Olguin
34. Payton Henry
35. Quintin Torres-Costa


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Posted: August 03, 2019, 1:20 AM Post
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1. Trent Grisham - amazing development this year. Impact outfield prospect.
2. Brice Turang - he can be a leadoff hitter in the majors down the line.
3. Antoine Kelly - I couldn’t have been happier with this draft pick. Profiles much like Triston McKenzie when he was drafted. He should go immediately to our no trade list. Guys like him don’t grow on trees.
4. Mario Feliciano - all indications are he’s developing nicely as a catcher. Very good athlete which bodes well for his receiving skills. Hitting at a high level and at a young age (meaning relative to his level).
5. Ethan Small - knows how to pitch, and has good experience. Hopefully he rises quickly.
6. Aaron Ashby - he’s a good pitcher who may be in the starting rotation in the majors someday.
7. Drew Rasmussen - high hopes for this young man. He’s roared through three levels this year. He may be a year away, perhaps for bullpen duty.
8. Corey Ray - does not play well through injuries. This has dogged him his entire career and it’s particularly troubling since he’s seemingly nicked all the time. Never had the hit tool to be taken fifth overall but hopefully will rebound and get back to being an extra base machine.
9. Tristen Lutz - the organization has always challenged him. He’s got great physical makeup. His trend tends to be that he needs time to adjust to a challenging level but then he develops and improves. He shows very good signs. Could be a big league regular.
10 Max Lazar - young pitcher has been outstanding. Deserving of top ten recognition.
11. Eduardo Garcia - this is a guy with potential impact talent. He could be a big leaguer by the time he’s 20 or 21.
12. Zach Brown - his command seems to have fallen off a cliff. Drops quite a bit but body of work buoys him. But, if his nosedive continues next year, he might fall off the list. Let’s hope he can put it together.
13. Trey Supak - you can’t argue with the numbers.
14. Payton Henry - rugged, tough young man. It’s obvious the organization loves him.
15 Devin Williams - stunning resurgence now out of the pen. He might be a factor in leverage relief situations for the big club as soon as 2020.
16. Carlos Rodriguez - kid just hits all the time. Smallish but might be a good centerfielder.
17. Luis Medina - high hopes for very well pedigreed new signee.
18. Eduarqui Fernandez - difficult to project these really young guys but he seems to be one of our better young foreign acquisitions of recent vintage.
19. Justin Jarvis - very young pitcher is performing very well for his age. He could soar in the rankings if we see this again next year.
20. Micah Bello - very young player is talented and acquitting himself nicely even as he gains experience.
21. Jolon "Lun" Zhao - Listed because of his upside potential
22. David Fry - taking advantage of younger competition.
23. Noah Zavolas - older pitcher but solid production for the Harvard product.
24. Joe Gray - listed only based on athletic profile. Second year in and it hasn’t translated yet.
25. Thomas Dillard - former catcher may be useful in right field. Since catchers tend to have solid arms, and he’s switching positions, that arm might be useful in right, as long as he’s agile enough out there and not a Schwarber plodder type.
26. Dylan File - good numbers —not that they tell a complete story by any stretch of the imagination— but deserves recognition


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Posted: August 03, 2019, 6:47 AM Post
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Location: Milwaukee
1 T.Grisham
2 Turang
3 D. Rasmussen
4 A.Ashby
5 Supak
6 E. Small
7 Lutz
8 M.Feliciano
9 D. Williams
10 A. Kelly
11 Ray
12 Z. Brown
13 Nottingham
14 Carlos Rodriguez
15 B.Webb
16 P. Henry
17 D.File
18 M. Bello
19 N. Zavolas
20 Max Lazar
21 Stokes
22 C. Andrews
23 N. Kahle
24 J.Gray Jr
25 Perdomo
26 Th. Dillard
27 Bettinger
28 Erceg
29 C.Lemons
30 K.Howell
31 Wahl
32 F. Valerio
33 Eduardo Garcia
34 P.Abreu
35 A. Melendez


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Posted: August 03, 2019, 12:57 PM Post
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Location: Madison, WI
1. SS-Brice Turang
2. OF-Corey Ray
3. OF-Trent Grisham
4. LHP-Ethan Small
5. RHP-Trey Supak
6. OF-Tristen Lutz
7. RHP-Zack Brown
8. C-Mario Feliciano
9. LHP-Aaron Ashby
10. LHP-Antoine Kelly
11. OF-Micah Bello
12. C-Payton Henry
13. RHP-Drew Rasmussen
14. RHP-Devin Williams
15. OF-Troy Stokes Jr.
16. OF-Joe Gray
17. SS-Eduardo Garcia
18. OF-Carlos Rodriguez
19. RHP-Braden Webb
20. 3B-Lucas Erceg
21. OF-Eduarqui Fernandez
22. RHP-Adam Hill
23. OF-Luis Medina
24. C-Jacob Nottingham
25. OF-Tyrone Taylor

26. 2B-Felix Velario
27. SS-Korry Howell
28. C-David Fry
29. OF-Larry Ernesto
30. OF-Joantgel Segovia


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Posted: August 03, 2019, 8:01 PM Post
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1. SS-Brice Turang 19.7 A+
2. OF-Trent Grisham 22.8 MLB
3. LHP-Aaron Ashby 21.2 A+ 3 Pitch mix, basically 4 if you count the two breaking ball variations.
4. LHP-Ethan Small 22.5 A Those SEC #'s are insane, hope he can add a couple ticks while keeping his deception
5. C-Mario Feliciano 20.7 A+ My personal favorite prospect, I think he can stick behind the plate, wish he had better plate discipline. If he did would be battling for the top spot.
6. RHP-Max Lazar 20.2 A The most important first steps for a pitcher is fastball command and deception
7. OF-Tristen Lutz 20.9 A+
8. RHP-Trey Supak 23.2 AAA
9. OF-Corey Ray 24.9 AAA
10. SS-Eduardo Garcia 17.1 R- (DSL)
11. LHP-Antoine Kelly 19.7 R (AZL)
12. RHP-Drew Rasmussen 24.0 AA Wish they would just let him loose out of the bullpen, he is a pure two pitch pitcher. I think that is his best path to the majors.
13. C-Payton Henry 22.1 A+
14. RHP-Lun Zhao 17.9 R+ (PIO)
15. RHP-Noah Zavolas 23.2 A+
16. OF-Luis Medina 16.4 N/A
17. RHP-Devin Williams 24.9 AAA
18. RHP-Miguel Sanchez 25.6 AAA
19. OF-Micah Bello 19.0 R+ (PIO)
20. RHP-Zack Brown 24.6 AAA I will probably have him lower than others, just watching him pitch this year he really only has two pitches. I really don't think he can be a starter but I also don't think his curveball is good enough to make up for his lack of fastball velocity and command
21. 2B/3B-Jesus Parra 16.9 R- (DSL)
22. RHP-Alec Bettinger 24.1 AA
23. OF-Carlos Rodriguez 18.7 R+ (PIO)
24. 2B-Felix Valerio 18.6 R (AZL)
25. C-Andres Melendez 18.2 R (AZL)
26. OF-Eduarqui Fernandez 17.7 R- (DSL)


This became a real chore after the top 15. I don't remember having so many young guys on the list.


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Posted: August 03, 2019, 11:47 PM Post
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1. Trent Grisham: Second best hitter in the upper minors this season
2. Brice Turang: Hopefully some power develops
3. Aaron Ashby: A bit bumpy at times but has shown upside
4. Mario Feliciano: Best hitter at Carolina this year
5. Ethan Small: Hopefully will prove he was underrated pre-draft
6. Tristen Lutz: Always seems on the verge of breaking out
7. Drew Rasmussen: Talent-wise maybe 3, but can/will he be fully stretched out?
8. Corey Ray: Lost season, but the tools are still there
9. Zack Brown: What happened to that draft class with Webb, Burnes and Brown imploding?
10. Trey Supak: Might be low, but I question how long it took the Brewers to promote him
11. Antoine Kelly: The lack of walks is promising
12. Bowden Francis: Fairly high pick, quick promotion, good swinging strike rate
13. Max Lazar: Still being in A ball getting unfair
14. Eduardo Garcia: The fact he only played short before the injury might speak volumes
15. Carlos Rodriguez: There are issues, but he puts the bat on the ball
16. Pablo Abreu: Another lost season, but he led off to start the year at Wisconsin for a reason
17. Payton Henry: Needs to strike out less
18. Devin Williams: Might be underrating him here (12-18 were really close)
19. Justin Jarvis: Despite lack of K's, strong showing for his age
20. Micah Bello: Solid showing so far in Pioneer League
21. Joe Gray: See Ray, Abreu
22. Jacob Nottingham: Thought he'd show the offense that made him highly ranked to begin with. Thought wrong
23. Jesus Parra: Very young and thus far quite good.
24. Luke Barker: Older, but simply dominant this year
25. Nash Walters: Feeling optimistic

26. Reese Olson: Has struggled, but wouldn't be in A ball at his age if they weren't high on him
27. Eduarqui Fernandez: Center fielder with pop, but needs to cut K's
28. Dylan File: Surprisingly outstanding year
29. Clayton Andrews: I thought AA would tell if he was a legit prospect. So far, so good.
30. Alec Bettinger: See File, Dylan
31. David Fry: Senior signs should hit like he has in A ball if they are legit prospects. Still catching is the big news
32. Lucas Erceg: Not giving up hope but should have repeated AA
33. Troy Stokes: Unfortunately combines weaknesses of Grisham (LFO), Ray (K's)
34. Andres Melendez: Solid but not spectacular showing stateside
35. Jhonnys Cabrera: 17-year-old catcher with .800+ OPS. Anyone have a defensive scouting report?
36. Braden Webb: Hopefully next year is better
37. Felix Valerio: Solid showing for youngster
38. Korry Howell: Hopefully offense catches up to athleticism
39. Bobby Wahl: Wish he could have been a factor this year
40. Nick Kahle: Solid thus far in Colorado
41. Noah Zavalos: Leery of older pitch-to-contact guys at lower levels, but good stats
42. Thomas Dillard: Did the catcher thing die before it started or will they work in the winter?
43. Karsen Lindell: Still a bit wild, but that's a lot of strikeouts
44. Lun Zhao: Lost season, but can't forget the upside reports
45. Miguel Sanchez: Struggled in AAA, but could see him blossoming
46. Angel Perdomo: Will they keep him?
47. Max McDowell: Briefly looked like the offense was coming around
48. Je'Von Ward: Not giving up just yet
49. Victor Castaneda: Might be overrating him, but has been very good at Wisconsin
50. QTC: Hopefully returns strong from surgery


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Posted: August 04, 2019, 5:54 AM Post
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1- Trey Supak
2- Brice Turang
3-Trent Grishem
4-Mario Feliciano
5-Ethan Small
6-Devin Williams
7-Trisen Lutz
8-Antoino Kelly
9-Aaron Ashby
10-Carlos Rodriguez
11-Lucas Erceg
12-Zack Brown
13-Alex Bettinger
14-Bowden Francis
15-Max Lazar
16-Luis Medina
17- Micah Bello
18-Corey Ray
19-Eduardo Garcia
20-Payton Henry
21-Drew Rasmussen
22-Eduarqui Fernandez
23-Troy Stokes jr
24-Justin Jarvis
25-Je'Von Ward

26-Jacob Nottingham
27-Larry Emesto
28-Scott Sunitsh
29-Pablo Abreo
30-Dylan File
31Thomas Dillard


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Posted: August 04, 2019, 8:37 PM Post
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1- Trent Grisham
2- Brice Turang
3- Tristen Lutz
4- Ethan Small
5- Aaron Ashby
6- Trey Supak
7- Zack Brown
8- Bowden Francis
9- Alec Bettinger
10- Drew Rasmussen
11- Clayton Andrews
12- Luke Barker
13- Miguel Sanchez
14- Max Lazar
15- Jacob Nottingham
16- Mario Feliciano
17- Antoine Kelly
18- Carlos Rodriquez
19- Pablo Abreu
20- Micah Bello
21- Ernesto Martinez
22- Larry Ernesto
23- Eduarqui Fernandez
24- Eduardo Garcia
25- Noah Zavalos


26- Corey Ray
27- Justin Jarvis
28- Michelle Vasolotti
29- Victor Castanedo
30- Zhao Lun
31 - Carlos Roa
32 - Peyton Henry
33- Dylan File

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Posted: August 05, 2019, 11:45 AM Post
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1. Trent Grisham
2. Brice Turang
3. Tristan Lutz
4. Ethan Small
5. Antoine Kelly
6. Aaron Ashby
7. Drew Rasmussen
8. Mario Feliciano
9. Max Lazar
10. Eduardo Garcia
11. Carlos Rodriguez
12. Trey Supak
13. Jesus Parra
14. Devin Williams
15. Micah Bello
16. Je’Von Ward
17. Corey Ray
18. Luis Medina
19. Zack Brown
20. Eduarqui Fernandez
21. Thomas Dillard
22. Joe Gray
23. Pablo Abreu
24. Bowden Francis
25. Drew Matulovich
26. Payton Henry
27. David Hamilton
28. Justin Jarvis
29. Dylan File
30. Clayton Andrews
31. Felix Valerio
32. Jacob Nottingham
33. Caden Lemons
34. Alec Bettinger
35. Lucas Erceg


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Posted: August 05, 2019, 11:46 PM Post
Posts: 37
1 Trent Grisham
2 Brice Turang
3 Tristen Lutz
4 Ethan Small
5 Aaron Ashby
6 Corey Ray
7 Mario Feliciano
8 Trey Supak
9 Drew Rasmussen
10 Zach Brown
11 Lucas Erceg
12 Devin Williams
13 Antoine Kelly
14 Eduardo Garcia
15 Jacob Nottingham
16 Peyton Henry
17 Joe Gray
18 Eduarqui Fernandez
19 Felix Valario
20 Dylan File
21 Max Lazar
22 Micha Bello
23 Troy Stokes
24 Thomas Dillard
25 Alec Bettinger
26 Justin Jarvis
27 Bowden Francis
28 Carlos Rodriguez
29 Luis Medina
30 Je'Von Ward
31 Jake Gatewood
32 Pablo Abreu
33 Braden Webb
34 Clayton Andrews
35 Weston Wilson
36 David Fry
37 Nick Kahle
38 Larry Ernesto
39 Korey Howell
40 David Hamilton


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Posted: August 06, 2019, 9:36 AM Post
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I am extending the deadline for voting until Sunday, August 11, since I won't be able to get to calculating votes until then anyhow.


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Posted: August 06, 2019, 11:15 AM Post
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adambr2 said:

24. Eduardqui Garcia (OF) - Solid performance in the DSL, and he's only 17. If he can maintain it when he reaches Appleton or Carolina, he could skyrocket.


Do you mean Eduarqui Fernandez? I can't find any Eduardqui Garcia.

Please let me know if you see this. Thanks.


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Posted: August 06, 2019, 11:42 AM Post
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reillymcshane said:
adambr2 said:

24. Eduardqui Garcia (OF) - Solid performance in the DSL, and he's only 17. If he can maintain it when he reaches Appleton or Carolina, he could skyrocket.


Do you mean Eduarqui Fernandez? I can't find any Eduardqui Garcia.

Please let me know if you see this. Thanks.


Yes! My mistake! Thanks for catching. I think I must have been looking at Eduardo Garcia too when ranking and crossed the wires.


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Posted: August 06, 2019, 5:54 PM Post
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01. Trent Grisham
02. Brice Turang
03. Aaron Ashby
04. Clayton Andrews
05. Ethan Small
06. Tristen Lutz
07. Drew Rasmussen
08. Eduardo Garcia
09. Mario Feliciano
10. Trey Supak
11. Troy Stokes Jr.
12. Corey Ray
13. Zack Brown
14. Jacob Nottingham
15. Alec Bettinger
16. Max Lazar
17. Dylan File
18. Noah Zavolas
19. Devin Williams
20. Antoine Kelly
21. Lucas Erceg
22. Payton Henry
23. Micah Bello
24. Carlos Rodriguez
25. Joe Gray Jr.


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Posted: August 06, 2019, 8:33 PM Post
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adambr2 said:
reillymcshane said:
adambr2 said:

24. Eduardqui Garcia (OF) - Solid performance in the DSL, and he's only 17. If he can maintain it when he reaches Appleton or Carolina, he could skyrocket.


Do you mean Eduarqui Fernandez? I can't find any Eduardqui Garcia.

Please let me know if you see this. Thanks.


Yes! My mistake! Thanks for catching. I think I must have been looking at Eduardo Garcia too when ranking and crossed the wires.

Cool. All good. Thanks for the quick reply.


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