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2023.06.10 19:18 HiPointEnthusiast Purchasing firearm after case dismissal

October of last year I was arrested for a class A misdemeanor for retail theft. The DA agreed to have the case out right dismissed on the count of the employees who reported the crime lied. My official court date is in July for the official dismissal. I also have a conceal and carry permit in the state of Wisconsin and got a hold of the Wisconsin Department of Justice and was told my conceal and carry is still valid and good to go. I’m a firearms enthusiast and my question is am I allowed to purchase firearms before my final court date for the dismissal or is it better to wait till my final court date? Also will this have an effect of me purchasing firearms in the near future? Thanks.
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2023.06.10 18:37 WiseMango13452 You good OP?

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2023.06.10 18:25 thinkingstranger June 9, 2023
At 3:00 today, Washington D.C., time, Special Counsel Jack Smith delivered a statement about the recently unsealed indictment charging former president Donald J. Trump on 37 counts of violating national security laws as well as participating in a conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Although MAGA Republicans have tried to paint the indictment as a political move by the Biden administration over a piddling error, Smith immediately reminded people that “[t]his indictment was voted by a grand jury of citizens in the Southern District of Florida, and I invite everyone to read it in full to understand the scope and the gravity of the crimes charged.”
The indictment is, indeed, jaw dropping.
It alleges that during his time in the White House, Trump stored in cardboard boxes “information regarding defense and weapons capabilities of both the United States and foreign countries; United States nuclear programs; potential vulnerabilities of the United States and its allies to military attack; and plans for possible retaliation in response to a foreign attack.” The indictment notes that “[t]he unauthorized disclosure of these classified documents could put at risk the national security of the United States, foreign relations, the safety of the United States military, and human sources and the continued viability of sensitive intelligence collection methods.”
Nonetheless, when Trump ceased to be president after noon on January 20, 2021, he took those boxes, “many of which contained classified documents,” to Mar-a-Lago, where he was living. He “was not authorized to possess or retain those classified documents.” The indictment makes it clear that this was no oversight: Trump was personally involved in packing the boxes and, later, in going through them and in overseeing how they were handled. The employees who worked for him exchanged text messages referring to his personal instructions about them.
Mar-a-Lago was not an authorized location for such documents, but he stored them there anyway, “including in a ballroom, a bathroom and shower, an office space, his bedroom, and a storage room.” They were stacked in public places, where anyone—including the many foreign nationals who visited Mar-a-Lago—could see them. On December 7, 2021, Trump’s personal aide Waltine Nauta took two pictures of several of the boxes fallen on the floor, with their contents, including a secret document available only to the Five Eyes intelligence alliance of the U.S., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, spilled onto the floor.
The indictment alleges that Trump showed classified documents to others without security clearances on two occasions, both of which are well documented. One of those occasions was recorded. Trump told the people there that the plan he was showing them was “highly confidential” and “secret.” He added, “See, as president I could have declassified it….Now I can’t, you know, but this is still a secret.”
This recording undermines his insistence that he believed he could automatically declassify documents; it proves he understood he could not. In addition, the indictment lists Trump’s many statements from 2016 about the importance of protecting classified information, all delivered as attacks on Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, whom he accused of mishandling such information. “In my administration,” he said on August 18, 2016, “I’m going to enforce all laws concerning the protection of classified information. No one will be above the law.”
The indictment goes on: When the FBI tried to recover the documents, Trump started what Washington Post journalist Jennifer Rubin called a “giant shell game”: he tried to get his lawyer to lie to the FBI and the grand jury, saying Trump did not have more documents; worked with Nauta to move some of the boxes to hide them from Trump’s lawyer, the FBI and the grand jury; tried to get his lawyer to hide or destroy documents; and got another lawyer to certify that all the documents had been produced when he knew they hadn’t.
Nauta lied to the grand jury about his knowledge of what Trump did with the boxes. Both he and Trump have been indicted on multiple counts of obstruction and of engaging in a conspiracy to hide the documents.
Eventually, Trump had many of the boxes moved to his property at Bedminster, New Jersey, where on two occasions he showed documents to people without security clearances. He showed a classified map of a country that is part of an ongoing military operation to a representative of his political action committee.
Trump has been indicted on 31 counts of having “unauthorized possession of, access to, and control over documents relating to the national defense,” for keeping them, and for refusing “to deliver them to the officer and employee of the United States entitled to receive them”: language straight out of the Espionage Act. Twenty-one of the documents were marked top secret, nine were marked secret, and one was unmarked.
These documents are not all those recovered—some likely are too sensitive to risk making public—but they nonetheless hold some of the nation’s deepest secrets: “military capabilities of a foreign country and the United States,” “military activities and planning of foreign countries,” “nuclear capabilities of a foreign country,” “military attacks by a foreign country,” “military contingency planning of the United States,” “military options of a foreign country and potential effects on United States interest,” “foreign country support of terrorist acts against United States interests,” “nuclear weaponry of the United States,” “military activity in a foreign country.”
Smith put it starkly in his statement, “The men and women of the United States intelligence community and our armed forces dedicate their lives to protecting our nation and its people. Our laws that protect national defense information are critical to the safety and security of the United States and they must be enforced. Violations of those laws put our country at risk.”
On Twitter, Bill Kristol said it more clearly: “These were highly classified documents dealing with military intelligence and plans. What did Trump do with them? Who now has copies of them?” Retired FBI assistant director Frank Figliuzzi noted that there is a substantial risk that “foreign intelligence services might have sought or gained access to the documents.”
There is also substantial risk that other countries will be reluctant to share intelligence with the United States in the future. At the very least, it is an unfortunate coincidence that the Central Intelligence Agency in October 2021 reported an unusually high rate of capture or death for foreign informants recruited to spy for the United States.
Since Trump supporters have taken the position that Trump’s indictment over the stolen documents is the attempt of the Biden administration to undermine Trump’s presidential candidacy, it is worth remembering that Trump’s early announcement of his campaign was widely suspected to be an attempt to enable him to avoid legal accountability. Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Special Counsel Jack Smith precisely to put arms length between the administration and the investigations into Trump.
Smith noted today, “Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice. And our nation’s commitment to the rule of law sets an example for the world. We have one set of laws in this country, and they apply to everyone. Applying those laws. Collecting facts. That’s what determines the outcome of an investigation. Nothing more. Nothing less.
“The prosecutors in my office are among the most talented and experienced in the Department of Justice. They have investigated this case hewing to the highest ethical standards. And they will continue to do so as this case proceeds.”
Smith added: “It’s very important for me to note that the defendants in this case must be presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. To that end, my office will seek a speedy trial in this matter. Consistent with the public interest and the rights of the accused. We very much look forward to presenting our case to a jury of citizens in the Southern District of Florida.”
Likely responding to MAGA attacks on the FBI and the rule of law, Smith thanked the “dedicated public servants of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, with whom my office is conducting this investigation and who worked tirelessly every day upholding the rule of law in our country,” before closing his brief statement.
The indictment revealed just how much detailed information Smith’s team has uncovered, presenting a shockingly thorough case to prove the allegations. Trump’s lawyers will have their work cut out for them…although the team has shifted since this morning: two of Trump’s lawyers quit today. The thoroughness of the indictment also suggests that Trump and his allies might have reason to be nervous about Smith’s other investigation: the one into the attempt to overturn results of the 2020 election.
Some of Trump’s supporters are calling for violence. After Louisiana representative Clay Higgins appeared to be egging on militias to oppose Trump’s Tuesday arraignment, Democratic senate majority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House minority leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) issued a joint statement calling for “supporters and critics alike to let the case proceed peacefully in court.” Legal scholar Joyce White Vance noted that it was “extremely sad for our country that this isn’t a bipartisan statement being made by leaders from both parties.”

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2023.06.10 17:18 ZombieJihad Supportive Messages / Responses appreciated!

Hi everyone, first post for me in here. Diagnosed a year ago, undeniable symptoms about 6 months prior. I am on Ocrevus, which seems to be dropping off quicker and quicker... like the first infusion, 5-6 months of symptom relief. Second infusion, 4-5 months. Third infusion, 2 months in now and I am having what my neurologist thinks is an outbreak.
Here's where I need the support - I am set to leave for Las Vegas in a few hours for an annual work convention where I have met literally HUNDREDS of peers over the years. It's been a few years since I've been, so obviously this is a new learning experience with my symptoms despite having been to 10x of these conventions through the years. I can't remember shit, my prefrontal cortex scarring has affected my temper / tact / language, and I am FULLY LOADED on steroids starting this morning to deal with this outbreak. Like, had an emergency visit yesterday, and I was prescribed 4x new meds to go with the other 4 I take already. I took 25 pills this morning, including 20x Prednisone.
Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts on going into a hostile environment with this going on would be appreciated. No need to tell me about the heat, I know it's hot AF and I ain't going outside if I don't have to :)
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2023.06.10 16:31 Gist_it Jack Smith, special counsel in classified documents case, defends his work

Justice Department special counsel Jack Smith defended his work prosecturing former President Trump in a rare public statement on Friday.
The indictment: Smith framed the indictment as an essential step towards preserving the rule of law and protecting democracy. * He emphasized that the U.S. has one set of laws that apply to everyone and that adhering to these laws determines the outcome of an investigation.
Smith's reputation: Prior colleagues, such as Georgetown Law professor Paul Butler, describe Smith as an aggressive prosecutor focused on holding people accountable, particularly corrupt public officials. * Smith most recently worked at the International Criminal Court investigating and prosecuting war crimes and is also supervising an investigation into potential interference in the 2020 presidential election's transfer of power.
The case moving forward: Smith said his office would avoid speaking publicly about the case to maintain its impartiality amid heated political attacks. * In his statement, Smith reiterated that defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty and expressed a commitment to seeking a speedy trial.
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2023.06.10 16:14 therealgariac Nellis air show moved to April...of 2025!

Well WTF?
Aviation Pros
Nellis Air Force Base Moves Back Aviation Nation Dates to 2025 June 9, 2023 By Taylor Lane
Source Las Vegas Review-Journal (TNS)
Aviation Nation show dates have changed once again — this time to 2025.
Nellis Air Force Base tweeted Thursday that, “due to emerging mission requirements” for the base, the show would be rescheduled for April 5-6, 2025.
Nellis changed the dates of the show once before, announcing in March that the show would be moved from its traditional November slot to April 2024.
“We thank our Las Vegas and surrounding area communities for their incredible support and interest in Aviation Nation, and we look forward to hosting you again,” Nellis tweeted.
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2023.06.10 16:11 autotldr Trump's defenders have launched a plan months in the making that ignores the substance of the indictment while attacking the credibility of federal prosecutors

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 84%. (I'm a bot)
Former President Donald Trump's indictment on charges of mishandling classified documents is set to play out in a federal court in Florida.
The federal indictment against Trump, unsealed Friday, includes 37 counts, including allegations that the former president intentionally possessed classified documents, showed them off to visitors, willfully defied Justice Department demands to return them and made false statements to federal authorities about them.
A near constant string of hearings featuring former FBI agents, Twitter executives and federal officials have sought to paint the narrative of a corrupt government using its powers against Trump and the right.
Key elements of the GOP strategy are to discredit the prosecutors and investigate the investigators - a playbook that Republicans employed during Trump's presidency as his own Justice Department probed his connections to Russia, and also used in April when Trump was charged in a hush money investigation in New York.
Republican Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina told CNN she believes the indictment "Handed Donald Trump the nomination" in the 2024 GOP primary.
While Romney stressed that Trump is entitled to presumption of innocence, he said he believes the charges are serious and Trump brought them on himself.
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2023.06.10 15:48 rhino910 Repeat a lie enough and it becomes truth, especially to idiots.

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2023.06.10 15:44 Lonely-Greybeard Repeat a lie enough and it becomes truth, especially to idiots.

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2023.06.10 15:38 juntawflo They are literally calling for Jack Smith to be hanged

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2023.06.10 15:00 seannestor This Week in Toledo 6/10/23

This Week in Toledo 6/10/23
• Last Saturday (June 3), Bitwise terminated its co-CEOs, Irma Olguin Jr. and Jake Soberal, just days after furloughing its entire staff due to a severe cash deficit. Irma Olguin Jr. is a 2004 graduate of the University of Toledo.

• On Monday, several local public officials, including U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur and Toledo City Council members Nick Komives and Theresa Morris, announced their visit the world's largest sewer treatment plant in Washington D.C. this week. An estimated $800 million upgrade to the Bay View Water Treatment facility in North Toledo, which has not been upgraded since the mid-1980's, is currently being examined by the city.

• On Tuesday, the jury trial of former Toledo City Councilman Gary Johnson commenced in U.S. District Court. Local Internet cafe proprietor Nabil Shaheen testified that he cooperated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to execute a sting operation in exchange for leniency in sentencing stemming from a separate bribery case in 2018. Johnson testified that he accepted a $1000 check from an associate of Shaheen's, followed by $2000 in cash from Shaheen directly at a later date, on the understanding that they were for his political campaign and not for him personally. Johnson also testified that these donations were unrelated to his affirmative vote on council for an Internet cafe operated by Shaheen's son.

• Also on Tuesday, Toledo City Council reviewed a $4.2 million proposal to reconstruct Alexis and Telegraph roads near a 70-acre industrial park under development at the former North Towne Square site. JobsOhio has provided the city with a $1.5 million grant to aid in the cost.

• In further Tuesday news, Toledo City Council reviewed a proposal to allocate $10 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds toward four separate housing projects under way in Toledo. If approved the allocations would be $5 million to Pivotal for the Glen and Grand developments (106 units of affordable housing); $3 million to Lucas Metropolitan Housing (LMH) for Collingwood Green phase-five (75 units of senior housing); and $2 million to the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Toledo for a 36-unit domestic violence shelter.

• City officials announced a new program to combat crime on Tuesday called Link Toledo. Under the program, volunteer residents and businesses with security cameras pay for a small device called Fusus that would allow police to view their camera footage after a crime occurs near them.

• On Wednesday, the Lucas County Commissioners voted to partner with Closed Loop Partners to develop a new recycling facility at Kuhlman Drive and South Avenue by 2025. Presently, many recyclable materials are shipped to a site 90 minutes from Toledo.

• Also on Wednesday, the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department issued a statement announcing that air quality had become poor due to ongoing wildfires in Canada, and that those with breathing issues such as COPD or Asthma should limit their outdoor activities through Friday.

• In further Wednesday news, a new Disney+ program called "America's National Parks" debuted, featuring footage from local filmmaker Alex Goetz on episode 2, "Grand Tetons."

• On Thursday, longtime local music promoter Broc Curry announced on Facebook that he had made several major updates to Frankie's night club (308 Main St.) in East Toledo, which has been shuttered since 2019. Curry stated that his plans are to host shows at the venue sporadically in the coming year.

• Also on Thursday, the Taylor Automotive Family announced that it had acquired three major properties - the 9-acre former world headquarters of Dana at 1801 Richards Road for $3.75 million; a 44,000-square-foot office building at 5855 Monroe St. for $2.95 million; and 61.7 acres of land in Maumee at Arrowhead Park for an unspecified amount. Taylor Automotive stated that they have no current plans for the sites.

• In further Thursday news, ProMedica held a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil its new $35 million ProMedica Cancer Center at Levis Commons in Perrysburg (1620 Brigham Dr. Suite 110). The building is modeled after the ProMedica Health & Wellness Center in Sylvania.

• On Friday, Metroparks Toledo held a ribbon cutting ceremony to launch its weekend-long grand opening at the new Glass City Metropark in East Toledo (983 Front St.). Several activities will take place at the park this weekend, including a skate party on Saturday night (June 10) at 7 p.m. For more information, visit

• A federal grant totaling $1.1 million has been secured by U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur to develop a "smart" commercial kitchen in bay 3 of the Erie Street Market in downtown Toledo. The kitchen would be used for culinary training and would be overseen by the Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) along with Opportunity Kitchen. The development could be completed by 2025 and is estimated to cost $12 million.

• The University of Toledo has terminated at least 12 employees in an effort to cut operating costs by 7% amid a projected $28 million deficit this year. As part of those cuts, the University's Center for Success Coaching has been eliminated.

• Through February of 2024, two pieces by Vincent Van Gogh - a self-portrait and a landscape piece titled La Méridienne - will be on loan to the Toledo Museum of Art. For more information, visit

• This Saturday (June 10) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the community garden Garden of Treatz will hold its first farmer's market of the year at 3161 Cherry Street. For more information, visit

• Also this Saturday (June 10) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Main Branch Library (325 N. Michigan Street), individuals can receive assistance obtaining their birth certificates, social security cards, and photo IDs. The event is in response to new state laws requiring photo identification when voting.

• Also this Saturday (June 10) from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., Glass City Improv will host a sketch comedy showcase called "Manic Mayonnaise" at Studio A in the Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St.) in downtown Toledo. For more information, including ticket prices, visit

• Next Monday (June 12) at 12 p.m. noon, the City of Toledo will close applications for its Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), citing an abundance of outstanding requests for funding. For more information, visit

• Next Tuesday (June 13) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at the Reynolds Corner Branch Library (4833 Dorr St.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• Next Thursday (June 15), the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo will host its first of several Art Loop events this year. The loop will take place in the Warehouse District in downtown Toledo from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

• Also next Thursday (June 15) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at Monroe Street United Methodist Church (3613 Monroe St.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• You can receive This Week in Toledo via e-mail by subscribing at You can also receive updates on Facebook by liking the official page at

News sources: The Blade, WTOL
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2023.06.10 14:34 Zentaurios Changes for Crypto Exchanges - ZentaNews 6–10–2023

Changes for Crypto Exchanges - ZentaNews 6–10–2023 cites “limited demand for US institutional traders, Binance.US halts USD deposits June 13, and Robindhood to halt trading on MATIC, SOL, and ADA on June 27.
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2023.06.10 14:28 languid_plum Coin Management Tips

There are few things more frustrating in this game than losing all or most of your coins. Trust me, I know of what I speak. I have been there more than once, unfortunately.
Not everyone has experienced this phenomenon, and for those who haven't, consider yourself fortunate. You are likely a conservative player or you are someone who solidified your 8bp skills early in the game. Some people master cue control sooner than others.
But for the rest of us, I finally had some time to type out the guidelines I now live by to grow my coin balance over time rather than eroding it ever again. I am free from the cycle and I can now say with certainty that I am never going back.
The following is my best advice to those who would like some guidance in this area:
  1. Master cue control skills as early as possible. (There is a reason I am listing this as #1. Trust me.)
Spin and force are your best friends. Here is my favorite video regarding spin:
  1. Friend everyone you play with. I now earn almost 2 million coins every day just by collecting coins from my friends.
  2. You will hear a lot of people say to never bet more than 10% of your coin wallet, but if your WR isn't at least 50%, I would recommend you back your maximum down to 5% or less.
  3. Make Las Vegas your home as soon as you have the cue control and the balance recommended in #3 to do so. I have found a surprising number of people who are intimidated by calling pockets. That intimidation you feel is exactly why you need to push past that discomfort and make calling pockets second nature as soon as possible.
And, if you need some extra incentive here, just remember that as your coin balance grows you have the risk of being thrown into a high-stakes table, just by one unfortunate click that you can't back out of in time. And once your balance is above 10,000 coins, that table will almost always be one that requires calling pockets. Shanghai is the exception here, but this is only going to be your highest table when your coin balance ranges from 1 mil to 2.5 mil, and that is a fairly small window in the grand scheme of things.
  1. Fight the urge to go to a higher table when you lose. That is a gambler's mentality and it will make you go broke in this game. Stay at the same level or even go down a table for the next game.
  2. If you lose three games in a row, walk away. Or, if you really still want to keep playing, switch to the other style (8 ball to 9 ball or 9 ball to 8 ball) or head over to a Tournament instead of 1-on-1.
  3. If you haven't played on an indirect table before (Rome or Berlin), don't do it until you have at least 500 million.
Here is why I recommend this: Accidentally clicking on the highest table happens to all of us once in a while. If you have not clicked OK when the pop up box comes up before a 8 ball cushion required table, then you cannot be thrown into Berlin once you finally maintain a minimum of 50 million coins. This has saved me countless times and I am so thankful I have stayed away from those tables until I have the coin balance to not be financially devastated by this mistake.
ETA: Please note, this is not me saying that you shouldn't get comfortable with cushion shots. Far from it! Seek out some good indirect videos (I don't have a favorite yet, feel free to drop yours in the comments 👇) and practice playing indirect with friends, fellow club members, the practice tables, or low tables. The sooner you get comfortable with cushion shots, the sooner you will catapult towards becoming a coin billionaire.
  1. Once you have a Legendary cue, use it! The coin payback seriously adds up. One of my friends was using the Devil Cue because it had the best stats, not realizing that the Legendary Cue payback would help her far more as she was hustling to grow her coin wealth.
  2. Don't stay in a club with required weekly minimums if you are struggling to maintain your coin balance. Some people are so desperate to stay in a club they are comfortable with that they sacrifice themselves for the good of the club for fear they will never find one better. This is utter madness. I promise you that there are other worthwhile clubs out there.
If you are in this situation and need a recommendation for a solid club with no minimums, DM me. I currently know of at least three and I can let you know which of those would be the best fit for you based on what you are looking for in a club.
  1. If this game is causing you stress and it feels more like work than fun, take a break. That isn't healthy. Remember, this is just a game on your electronic device, it isn't the Olympics, and it is definitely not something worth sacrificing your cardiac health over. Nothing is, really. After all, we are all just existing together on a huge rock hurtling through outer space. So please, please do not have meltdowns over this game. It simply isn't worth it. (This advice was actually inspired by my husband's journey, not mine. 😅 But I witnessed it first-hand, so I feel like it belongs here.)
I hope some of my wisdom I shared in this post helps someone. These are things I wish I had intuitively known sooner. But now that I do know, I am happy to help others with what I have learned the hard way.
And, as I stated in the beginning, this is not meant to be an exhaustive list; this is simply a list made up of my best advice from my first-hand experience. Those of you who have something to add or have found that something different works for you, please share your wisdom in the comments below. I readily admit that something that works for you may be better advice for the person reading this than what I have found works for me.
Have fun, and be kind to each other. ✌️
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2023.06.10 14:21 JPAnalyst [OC] Which teams have the best legacy at Defensive Line since the merger?

For this analysis, I combed through the data from 1970 to present and calculated the average annual number of Pro Bowlers, first-team AP All-Pros, and Hall of Famers by franchise and by positional group to help determine which teams were the best at each position. The data was used to help guide some of my choices here (chart at the end).
This is a piece of a much longer post I made for a site I wrote for in 2022, but I'm breaking it up by positional group to make it more consumable and focus on one position at a time.


A defensive unit doesn’t earn the moniker The Purple People Eaters unless they are one of the most commanding and fearsome fronts in the NFL. The Vikings dominant legacy on the defensive line stems from the 1970s but it didn’t end there. From 1970-1976 the Vikings had a top five defense in points allowed six times as they went 75-22-1 and made three Super Bowl appearances. The line was anchored by two Hall of Famers in Carl Eller and future Minnesota Supreme Court Justice, Alan Page. In the late ‘80s and ‘90s two more HOFers Chris Doleman and John Randle would continue the tradition that the Purple People Eaters began in the late ‘60s. Doleman would end his career with 150.5 sacks, the 7th most in NFL history. The four Hall of Famers, Doleman, Randle, Eller, and Page plus 4-time AP All-Pro Jared Allen combined for a total of 706 sacks and make up 25% of the top-20 list for career sacks. Kevin Williams a 300+ pound run stuffer who could also get after the quarterback (career best 11.5 sacks in 2004) was the linchpin of the defensive line in the early to late 2000s. He would go on to make six Pro Bowls and earn five AP All-Pros. All-in-all the Vikings had a HOF defensive lineman on their roster 44% of the time since the merger, and in thirteen of the 52 years they had two HOFers on the D-line, while averaging nearly a Pro Bowler every season.


Deacon Jones was arguably one of the most feared players in NFL history, and although most of his dominance was in the 1960s when he had three seasons with 20+ sacks, he kicked off the post-merger Rams era with a Pro Bowl season at the age of 32. He wouldn’t do much for the Rams after his 1970 season, but he set the stage for the rest of the decade in which the Rams would have a top-5 defense for points allowed in seven of the 10 years. The Rams never won a Super Bowl in the ‘70s, but they would make the Conference Championship half of the time. The Rams had a HOFer on the defensive line every single season during the 1970s, often more than one. In 1971 their defensive line had THREE HOFers in Deacon Jones, Jack Youngblood, and Merlin Olsen. 1971 would be Jones’ last season with the Rams, but Olsen and Youngblood would go on to terrorize opponents throughout the decade and rack up 13 Pro Bowls and six AP All-Pros between them. Book-ending this reign of terror is certain future Hall of Famer Aaron Donald who came up big in the final moments of Super Bowl LVI by stopping the Bengals on their final drive for no gain on 3rd and one and then pressuring QB Joe Burrow into an errant throw on 4th and one before and finally jumping to his feet and pointing to his ring finger as the Rams won the Super Bowl. Donald has known nothing but accolades and awards since he entered the league, winning Defensive Rookie of the Year, a Pro Bowl in each of his eight seasons, seven AP All-Pros and three AP Defensive Player of the Year awards. Jones (173.5 sacks) and Youngblood (151.5 sacks) are ranked 3rd and 6th all time, while Donald leads all players in sacks with 98 since he has entered the league.


Offense wins games, defense wins championships. Although this phrase doesn’t apply in the modern NFL, there is always a thread of truth to a common adage and the Cowboys exemplify this saying. From 1970 to 1995 the Cowboys have been to eight Super Bowls, winning five, and their defense was never outside of the top ten during those Super Bowl years. Their success was, in part, due to having an overabundance of great defensive lineman. The Cowboys never went to a Super Bowl without a Hall of Fame defensive Lineman. HOFer Bob Lilly (Dallas from 1961-1974) went to two Super Bowls, HOFer Randy White (Dallas from 1975-1988) went to three Super Bowls, and in a short 5-year stint with the Cowboys, HOFer Charles Haley won three Super Bowls while anchoring a defense that averaged the third fewest points per season. Since their last Super Bowl in 1996, the Cowboys have had their share of Pro Bowlers, with players like La'Roi Glover, Jay Ratliff, and DeMarcus Lawrence, but it is the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s that really carry their legacy at the defensive line position.
A case can be made for…
Key Players: Bruce Smith (HOF, career sacks leader), Kyle Williams, Fred Smerlas, Marcell Dareus
Key Players: Reggie White (HOF, 2nd all-time in career sacks) Fletcher Cox, Charlie Johnson, Hugh Douglas
I hope to be working on some new analyses and OC in the off-season, but things at home have been super busy and I haven't had the time. So although this is recycled content for me, you all have not seen it yet (the charts were probably pasted here, but the not words). If you like this, I'll make this into a series rolling it out position by position over the off-season. (I think I did QB about 6 months ago on here).
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2023.06.10 13:31 Runic_reader451 Funeral home owner Peter G. Moloney arrested for violent participation in J6

Peter G. Moloney is a part owner of a funeral home on Long Island called Moloney Family Funeral Homes. He brought his son with him to the Jan. 6 Insurrection. While there, he violently attacked journalists and sprayed Black Flag insect repellant in the faces of police officers.
Dan Moloney, a co owner of the family business did not condemn his family member's actions. Instead he released this statement: "The alleged actions taken by an individual on his own time are in no way reflective of the core values of Moloney Funeral Home, which is dedicated to earning and maintaining the trust of all members of the community of every race, religion and nationality.”
This funeral home needs reviewing on Yelp and other services so patriotic Americans don't give their money to traitors and domestic terrorists.
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2023.06.10 13:30 Risotto7363773 President Rensen's briefing on the current political situation in Sordland

Remy was of course at the inauguration on the podium somewhere in the third row of people behind the President. He has only known the man for around a year, having arrived as part of a packaged deal with Mayor of Holsord Lileas Graf so it was natural for him not to have the main seats at the event. However when he did get a peak over some politicians shoulders, he saw Orso Hawker closing the Bible and as the Chief Justice walked back to the crowd of the USP members and politicians, he glanced at Remy. It was time for him to play his role in the next chapter.
Once the ceremony was over and the President and Vice-President were on their way to their separate jet balck Kadillas, he rather unemotionally left his wife (who too had no emotional reaction) on the podium and ran past the hordes of politicians following the new leader carrying a file in his hand.
He reached the President as he was already entering the car almost being stopped by his security. He provided Rensen with a document for reading on the way to the Maroon Palace. He then quickly ran to the Vice-President and gave him the same report.
Remy then walked a few streets down to his car. He had his driver stationed further away from the presidential inauguration in order to avoid the traffic caused by the crowds trying to swarm the presidential cars. He wanted to get to the Maroon Palace first and await the President while the report would still be fresh in his mind.
The report read:
Chief of Staff Report
My congratulations to you Mr. President on your victory. Certainly a hard-fought campaign but without sacrifice there is no future. Now to business,
1. Cabinet Composition
Your first order of business would be of course to finalize your cabinet picks. While analyzing each candidate through their intellectual potential as well as skill, I understand that certain deals have been struck in order to achieve this electoral victory. Therefore to avoid any possible problems later on with the charcaters that you were dealing with, I would advise to respect the notion “pacta sunt servanda”. Mayor Graf already mentioned to me in private that she would like Mr. Youri Strohm to become the new Interior Minister. She believes him a capable candidate that would be able to without question handle this important office.
However the decision is ultimately up to you. I’m sure all of Sordland is looking forward to the official cabinet communique.
2. Speaker Election
USP-wise, we must ensure a victory in the Speakership race. With only 33.12% of the vote, the Speakership election loss could weaken us even more in the eyes of our voters, potentially leaving them to start searching for alternatives. A loss would be the USP leaking blood more into the sea that's filled with these reenergized opposition sharks. We must show the people that the USP is here and here to stay and that this electoral result is just a fluke. We can discuss strategy and your favoured picks later after you arrive at the Maroon Palace.
3. Most Pressing Matters
Based on our polling, sampling, we can safely come to the conclusion that the amount of people demanding change is growing. The demand for change is being heightened by 2 main issues.
These issues in order of importance are:
  1. The Economy
  2. The Constitution
2A The Economy
The Economy is the most pressing and in order for you to get the full picture of this situation, I would advise waiting for the Minister of Economy’s Situation Report later in the week.
2B The Constitution
While they are more concerned about the economy than the Constitution, they blame the system for their problems.
Evidence of this can be seen with the recent election where an increased number of voters has decided to expand the CPS’s electoral base from 0% in 1950 to almost 8% in 1953. Radicals such as Denis Stahler are becoming more and more popular. Radicalism will be the end to the USP’s pragmatic steering of the country and Sordland as a whole.
Everyone is expecting us to bring the change that the last government wasn't able to. Reformist politicians are increasing in number.
While the reformist wing inside our party is still a minority, with the new parties entering the Assembly, the opposition could have a tri-partisan majority in the assembly.
The PFJP will likely seek to take the spotlight in constitutional reform as they wish to be perceived by the public as a Leader of Reform. Their support too faltered in this election leading to the unceremonious exit of PFJP Chairman Frens Ricter and they seek to get back on the horse so to speak. However, with the new People’s Front taking voters from both the USP and the PFJP, we could seek to pursue an electoral alliance (not a coalition) with them seeking to ensure that in the next election, the People’s Front does not cross the threshold. Due to our proportional system, if they fell under the threshold, most of the seats would be redistributed to the 2 largest parties. We would therefore regain the status quo and maintain a political duopoly which in our situation is more preferable than the multi-party assembly we have now. They are still small enough to destroy but time is of the essence in this regard.
An alternative would be to appease the reformists but this risks upsetting our conservative voters and inflating the NFP which would also spell disaster for the country. In order for you to survive your Presidency, we must after all learn from the mistakes of the biggest USP reformist politician, ex-President Ewald Alphonso.
If we are however to pursue constitutional reform
  1. We must start working with a 'Reform Committee' to evaluate all possibilities for a new Constitution as soon as possible and understand what each party seeks to achieve.
  2. We must then write a Draft Constitution.
  3. After we have settled on a draft, we will need to talk to key party figures as we must get 150 signatures in order to present the Constitution before the Assembly.
  4. We would then need to continue convincing influential figures within the Assembly to back the Constitution in order to receive the ⅔ majority in the GNA (166 votes).
  5. Finally, to achieve a simple majority in the Supreme Court, we must convince 6 judges to back the Constitution.
The entire process will take a long time (i.e. the entire term).
In the event of constitutional reform, some points of change can be noted.
The Supreme Court
Currently: The Supreme Court has the final say over constitutional legislation. Without their approval we cannot even change it.
Some Reformists think it to be absurd that they get to vote for bills when they aren’t even elected and would seek to take away their vote in constitutional legislation.
(Likely) Reformist demands
- want to limit the President's veto powers by fixing the current loopholes - ensure that the Supreme Court is independent and - take away the Court’s right to vote on constitutional amendments.
It will be tough to persuade our base if we work with the reformists.
Apart from the Grand National Assembly, there are however few institutional hurdles if we decide to embark upon the path of constitutional reform.
The Supreme Court
The Supreme Court will do its best to preserve the power that is granted to it by the Constitution. Chief Justice Hawker and his allied judges have a great influence over the Supreme Court, which will be tough to break. A long fight with Hawker could take our attention from more important matters that we promised to fix.
Also, many allies would be needed to break their power.
President’s Decision
If we are to move forward with a constitutional change, we will move forward by forming a Reform Committee together with all the parties and start reaching out to all the stakeholders in the Assembly and the Court for a new Constitution.
By later in the next year, we would have an idea of the reform contents and what the other parties want.
4. Oligarch Matters
Changes in the Lotherberg Group
There have been changes within the Lotherberg Group which is the organization where oligarchs convene under to talk about and influence Sordish economic policies.
Konrath Konronti led it for a long time before falling ill. He has unfortunately died following your election.
The new leader is Mr Walter Tusk.
Proceeding with Caution
According to reports, some members of the National Business Council are in the pockets of the Lotherberg Group. Tusk and the Group may try to bribe us in exchange for special economic protections.
A possible asset within the Group
As far as we know, Marcel Koronti has some strong ties to this group. His influence could definitely be an asset for us. But since he is a businessman he will want something in return. He is currently fighting to become the next CEO of HOS, his now deceased-father’s company.
5. The Military
The military and the General Staff are a powerful element in and as history tells us, a dangerous one too. We have some room to make structural changes – by reducing or increasing their budget for example. But it is quite limited.
In order to refrain from confronting the military too directly, it is common consensus that the budget should at least be maintained.
Minister of Defense & Security Major Iosef Lancea is more loyal to us compared to Chief of the Sordish Armed Forces and Chief of the General Staff General Valken Kruger who have a potential rift as they are clearly of different minds. The loyalty of General Mark Duran to us is unknown as of yet but he apparently acts as a middle-ground between the two military men when the spats get too aggressive.. Any loyalty to us can obviously change due to our actions. If we act strongly against the military, all these men will unite against us. If we act to strong in favour of reform and ruining Soll's legacy, they will act.
We need to tread carefully on all sides with all power players to survive our term. The seriousness of the situation canot be understated.
I await your and the Vice-President's arrival to the Maroon Palace where I hope we can have a brief chat (as well as celebration) and get confirmation of your decisions regarding everything mentioned in this report today.
Good luck and once again congratulations are in order.
Chief of Staff Remy Adler
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2023.06.10 10:48 BruteSentiment Daily Minors Quick-Notes 6/9/23 - Crawford hits his first pro home run

Daily Minors Quick-Notes 6/9/23 - Crawford hits his first pro home run
Phew…the first 8-game day in the Giants farm system this season! Reggie Crawford is viewed more as a pitcher, but he hit his first pro home run as the DH for San Jose today. Plus, Will Wilson had his biggest game of the season, hitting two home runs in one game. And Kai-Wei Teng looked like who he was in April, finally.

AAA: Sacramento 9, Las Vegas 8

Sacramento Notes:
  • Sacramento survived Las Vegas on Friday night, after the Aviators made a huge rally to almost win the game. Will Wilson helped put Sacramento in the lead with two home runs, and was up 9-4 headed to the 9th. Cole Waites broke his streak after getting just one out, and allowing a double, a single, and three walks, including a bases loaded walk to give up a pair of runs while he was on the mound, making it 9-6. Nick Swiney came in and gave up a 2-run single to let it be a one-run game, but Swiney got a fly out and a game-ending strikeout to hang on.
  • Third baseman Will Wilson went 2-for-2 with two walks and, more importantly, two home runs. That’s three home run in two games for Wilson, giving him nine on the season. Wilson has gone 6-for-19 (.316) with the three home runs, with three walks and four strikeouts in the month of June. Overall, he’s batting .219/.294/.401 on the year.
  • DH Clint Coulter was 2-for-4 with a home run and a double. That gives Coulter eight doubles and four home runs on the season. His batting line is .241/.342/.361 on the season.
  • Shortstop Tyler Fitzgerald was 1-for-4 with a home run, his fourth home run in Triple-A. Fitzgerald now has six home runs overall, including his 19 games in Double-A. In Sacramento, Fitzgerald is batting .317/.390/.500 after 25 games, with five doubles, a triple, and four home runs.
  • Luis Matos was 1-for-3 with two walks on the day, and picked up his fifth steal. That gives Matos seven walks against eight strikeouts in 21 games at Sacramento, and moved up his batting line to .379/.422/.579.
  • Starting pitcher Kyle Harrison had a mixed game, giving up two runs, one earned, on three hits, but only allowed one walk, which is a big improvement. He struck out six. The one walk is just the second time in the last six games where he’s allowed less than three walks. His ERA nudged down to 3.40, and he now has 72 strikeouts to 35 walks in 42.1 innings. This is Harrison’s 10th consecutive game with at least 5 strikeouts, which is the longest streak in all of Triple-A.
  • It was a rough game for Cole Waites, who allowed runs for the first time since returning to Sacramento on May 16th. He allowed four runs on two hits and three walks in just 0.1 innings, with a strikeout. His Triple-A ERA jumped back up to 6.41 from 4.66.
  • Nick Swiney made the save (quite literally), though he gave up two inherited runners that went on Waites’ record. He struck out one and gave up a hit in 0.2 innings. It was Swiney’s first career save in three pro seasons, though he worked mostly as a starter in the first two. His Triple-A ERA is down to 4.09 with eight strikeouts to five walks in 11.0 innings.

AA: Altoona 4, Richmond 3

Richmond Notes:
  • Kai-Wei Teng had his best start in weeks, but a couple of late runs led to this Richmond loss. Teng allowed just two runs in his five innings, and left the game with Richmond up 3-2. But the Curve picked up a run in the 8th on an RBI double to tie the game, then one more run in the 9th to take the loss.
  • Riley Mahan had the biggest hit for Richmond, going 1-for-3 withe a 2-run home run, and had a walk and a steal. Mahan has gone just 3-for-28 (.107) in June, but two of those hits have been home runs. He’s got a batting line of .191/.225/.401 overall this season.
  • Left fielder Carter Aldrete was 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and a stolen base. That gives Aldrete 11 steals on the year, to go with six home runs. They are his first extra-base hits in June, in which he’s gone just 5-for-29. Overall this season, he’s got a batting line of .253/.305/.409.
  • Third baseman Jimmy Glowenke was 2-for-4 with a double. Since his promotion to Double-A, Glowenke is 8-for-29 (.276) with two doubles, and one walk to six strikeouts. His batting line sits at .276/.300/.345.
  • Teng looked like the April version of himself, scoring two runs in 5.0 innings, on four hits and two walks, but most notably struck out eight. The eight strikeouts are his highest since he had that many on April 22nd.
  • In relief, Matt Frisbee struck out four without allowing any baserunners in 2.0 innings. It’s Frisbee’s first strikeouts in his last three appearances, though that was just 1.1 innings before this game. On the year, he’s got 21 strikeouts to eight walks in 24.1 innings.

High-A: Tri-City 4, Eugene 2

Eugene Notes:
  • Eugene just couldn’t get the hits and runs in a 4-2 game. Eugene’s first run came in the 2nd inning, getting a run that came in on a double play, and got an RBI single in the 3rd to give Eugene a 2-1 lead. But Tri-City tied it up in the 4th, and scored runs in the 7th and 9th innings to win.
  • Logan Wyatt led the team in hitting by going 2-for-4 with a double. It’s Wyatt’s first multi-hit game since May 28th. He now has nine doubles and seven home runs, leading to a .254/.359/.416 batting line.
  • Right fielder Carter Howell was 1-for-4 with a triple. Howell now has two triples and a double in nine games since his promotion to High-A. His Eugene batting line is .324/.375/.459 after batting .337/.398/.500 in San Jose after 39 games.
  • Brett Auerbach made his Eugene debut after getting demoted from Richmond, and went 0-for-1 with three walks and a steal. In 45 games at Richmond, Auerbach hit .153/.211/.190 with three doubles and one home run, and six steals in ten attempts.
  • Starting pitcher Nick Sinacola gave up two runs on six hits and a walk in 3.1 innings, and struck out five. After Sinacola had a 10.06 ERA in May, but has a 3.68 ERA in two starts in June, with 10 strikeouts and one walk in 7.1 innings. Overall, his ERA is 5.23 over 12 games.
  • 28-year old Tanner Kiest made his Eugene debut (and just second Giants appearance overall after signing as a free agent on May 30th), and he struck out two in 1.2 innings without allowing a baserunner.

Low-A: San Jose 9, Visalia 4

San Jose Notes:
  • San Jose used a big inning to come back and take this game from Visalia. The Rawhide were up 3-0 after four innings, but San Jose scored a run in the 5th. But in the 6th inning, Reggie Crawford’s 2-run home run was part of a 5-run rally that put San Jose up for good.
  • Reggie Crawford was 2-for-5 with his first professional home run, in his sixth game as a hitter. He’s 3-for-12 (.25) with a double and a home run, with no walks and three strikeouts.
  • Center fielder Turner Hill was 2-for-5 with a pair of doubles. Hill is 11-for-36 with four doubles, with three walks and five strikeouts, plus six steals in eight games. He’s got a line of .306/.359/.417.
  • Second baseman Jose Ramos was 1-for-3 with a walk, a HBP, and his 17th steal of the season. In 48 games, Ramos now has 17 steals in 18 attempts, but with a batting line of .215/.319/.331, and has 23 walks to 46 strikeouts.
  • Starting pitcher Manuel Mercedes gave up three runs in 4.0 innings, on three hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. Mercedes has a 2.66 ERA after 11 games (eight starts), but has just 28 strikeouts in 44.0 innings, with 14 walks.
  • Julio Rodriguez went 2.0 scoreless innings, with five strikeouts and a walk. It’s two straight scoreless games, not long after he allowed six in less than an inning. He has a 5.82 ERA with 27 strikeouts to 11 walks in 21.2 innings.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 8, ACL D-Backs Black 0

ACL Giants Black Notes:
  • Lazaro Morales was in center field and played second base as well, going 1-for-3 with a double. That was his first hit in four games, so he’s 1-for-12 (.083), though he has three walks and six strikeouts.
  • DH Donovan Walton also had a double, going 1-for-3 with a walk in his first game of his rehab assignment. The 29 year old had time last season with both Tacoma and Sacramento, and was acquired in May 2022 in exchange for Prelander Berroa.
  • Shortstop Ryan Reckley was 1-for-3 with a walk, a stolen base, and another error. That’s two steals in four games for Aria, who is 3-for-16 (.188) with no extra-base hits yet. He also now has five errors in four games at shortstop this season.
  • Starting pitcher Junior Flores went 3.0 shutout innings, giving up two hits and striking out two. Flores has already made two appearances with the ACL Orange team, in which he gave up five runs, four earned in 3.0 relief innings. He has seven strikeouts against two walks in 6.0 total ACL innings.
  • Reliever Wilkelma Castillo had 4.0 shutout innings, striking out four and with two hits allowed. Castillo gave up a run in 2.0 innings in his first ACL appearance, after having a 9.88 ERA in 12 games at Eugene.

ACL: ACL Rangers 7, ACL Giants Orange 6

ACL Giants Orange Notes:
  • Third baseman Derwin Laya was 2-for-4 with a pair of singles and a steal. To start his season, Laya is 6-for-13 (.462)with a walk to three strikeouts, and with a stolen base.
  • Shortstop Jean Carlos Sio, going 2-for-5 with a walk. Through four games, he’s 3-for-14 (.214) with three walks to three strikeouts.
  • Right fielder Samuel Reyes was 2-for-4 with a walk. The 20-year old Reyes is now 3-for-9 (.333) in four games to start his season, with three walks and two strikeouts.
  • Lisander De La Cruz gave up a run in an inning of work, allowing no hit and two walks. It’s De La Cruz’s second appearance this season, as he faced a single batter on June 6th and gave up a hit.
  • Reliever Esmerlin Vinicio gave up a run in 3.0 innings, allowing four hits and two walks, with five strikeouts in his ACL debut this season. Vinicio had a 3.62 ERA in 13 appearances at Low-A to start the year, with 24 strikeouts and 18 walks in 27.1 innings.

DSL: DSL Angels 8, DSL Giants Black 4

DSL Giants Black Notes:
  • Shortstop Keiberg Camacaro went 2-for-4 with a triple and a walk. After three games, Camacaro is 2-for-11 (.182) with a triple, and three walks to four strikeouts.
  • First baseman Anyelo Gonzalez went 1-for-3 with a double and a strikeout. Gonzalez is now 5-for-11 (.455) after four games, with a double and a home run, and has a walk and a strikeout.
  • Left fielder Moises De La Rosa also had a double, going 1-for-4 with a walk. After three games, the 18-year old is 8-for-14 (.571) with two doubles, and a walk with a strikeout, with two strikeouts.
  • Starting pitcher Carlos Molina went 4.0 innings, with a run allowed on two hits and no walks, with two strikeouts, and a wild pitch. It was the 18-year old Venezuelan’s first pro appearance.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 4, DSL Nationals 3

DSL Giants Orange Notes:
  • Second baseman Audie Jimenez had the team’s only extra base hit, going 1-for-3 with a double and a walk. He’s 3-for-12 (.250) with a double, and had two walks to four strikeouts.
  • Left fielder Oswaldo Ladera went 2-for-4 with a walk. The 20-year old has only played two games in his third DSL season, going 2-for-6 (.333) with two walks to one strikeout.
  • Right fielder Angel Guzman was 2-for-4 with a walk. After four games, the 17-year old is 8-for-17, with four doubles, and has a walk with four strikeouts.
  • Starting pitcher Randry De Leon went 4.0 innings, giving up just one unearned run, allowing only one hit, one HBP, and no walks, with four strikeouts. It was the 17-year old’s first pro start.
Final Note
As you may have heard, SFGiants is going private on June 12th and June 13th as part of the protest on Reddit’s changes to 3rd Party APIs, and the subsequent behaviors of Reddit’s administrators.
Although the subreddit is going private, but will still be available to those users who are approved, I will not be participating on those days as part of the protests.
However, on June 12th and June 13th, if you’d like to follow along, I do post these Minor League Quick-Notes on my website, I prefer not to use these post to advertise my site, but in these special circumstances I figure it’s fair to share. I do not have advertisements on the site nor do I make any profit off of it. But if you’d like to read the posts over there, I invite you to join. I’ll be back posting the Quick Notes here on SFGiants on Wednesday, June 14th.
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