Week 25 Fantasy Pitching Planner

We go around baseball's rotations every Sunday of the season in our weekly Pitching Planner. We highlight every matchup, recommended two-start options, sleepers and busts and much more. The means we consider them a recommended start. The means we suggest you consider a replacement option.

Arizona Diamondbacks

  1. Dan Haren vs SD LeBlanc
  2. Max Scherzer vs SD Correia
  3. Doug Davis vs SF Zito, vs SD Mujica
  4. Billy Buckner vs SF Cain
  5. Kevin Mulvey vs SF Sanchez
This week's two-start pitchers
Must-start options TM Own % Start %
Zack Greinke KC 97 87
Josh Johnson FLA 97 83
Matt Cain SF 97 83
Wandy Rodriguez HOU 94 78
Jorge De La Rosa COL 83 64
Hiroki Kuroda LA 72 42
Advisable options TM Own % Start %
Edwin Jackson DET 93 72
Andy Pettitte NYY 90 66
Joel Pineiro STL 86 67
Joe Blanton PHI 86 61
Joe Saunders ANA 83 53
Barry Zito SF 75 52
Johnny Cueto CIN 75 37
Nick Blackburn MIN 54 30
Ryan Rowland-Smith SEA 42 28
Questionable options TM Own % Start %
Derek Lowe ATL 91 62
Randy Wells CHC 79 54
Kevin Millwood TEX 78 42
Doug Davis ARI 46 24
Braden Looper MIL 33 19
Tim Wakefield BOS 59 15
Chris Tillman BAL 31 14
Dave Bush MIL 23 10
Brandon McCarthy TEX 22 7
Wade LeBlanc SD 14 10
Tom Gorzelanny CHC 12 4
David Purcey TOR 7 4
Edward Mujica SD 3 2
High-risk options TM Own % Start %
Livan Hernandez WAS 14 7
Brian Tallet TOR 12 6
Daniel McCutchen PIT 4 2
Daniel Hudson CHW 4 1
Patrick Misch NYM 2 1
Edgar G. Gonzalez OAK 1 0
Lenny DiNardo KC 1 0

Two-starter(s): Davis. He is a questionable option, but he is a nice sleeper in deeper formats.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Davis. Despite 13 losses, he has maintained a decent ERA all season long. He is also facing a pair of weaker offenses.
One-week bust: Mulvey. He is high-risk even in the deepest of NL-only leagues at this point.

Atlanta Braves

  1. Javier Vazquez at WAS Lannan
  2. Tommy Hanson at WAS Mock
  3. Derek Lowe at NYM Misch, at WAS Hernandez
  4. Jair Jurrjens at NYM Figueroa
  5. Tim Hudson at NYM Pelfrey

Two-starter(s): Lowe. He is a questionable option amid his struggles and his blister issue, but his matchups are so good, he is a risk worth taking.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Hudson. We cannot figure out why he is only active in 27 percent of CBSSports.com's leagues. He is advisable in any format right now.
One-week bust: Lowe. He left his past start early with a blister issue, but you might want to avoid him if you healthy and productive alternatives.

Baltimore Orioles

  1. Chris Tillman at TOR Purcey, at CLE Carmona
  2. Jeremy Guthrie at TOR Richmond
  3. David Hernandez at CLE Huff
  4. Mark Hendrickson at TOR Tallet
  5. Jason Berken at CLE Sowers

Two-starter(s): Tillman. He is an advisable option in all deeper leagues, especially with those winnable matchups.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Tillman. The elite prospect has faced some tough offenses of late, but these matchups are favorable and make him an advisable option.
One-week bust: Guthrie, Hendrickson and Berken. They don't have tough matchups but they are still real difficult to trust at this point.

Boston Red Sox

  1. Josh Beckett at KC Hochevar
  2. Jon Lester at NYY Sabathia
  3. Clay Buchholz at KC Davies
  4. Daisuke Matsuzaka at NYY Chamberlain
  5. Tim Wakefield at KC DiNardo, at NYY Pettitte
  6. Paul Byrd at KC Greinke

Two-starter(s): Wakefield. The Red Sox are going with a six-man rotation for at least one turn amid the return of Wakefield. They play seven games and Wakefield is a decent sleeper in deeper leagues.
Who is getting skipped: None. The Red Sox are committed to starting Byrd in their rotation still, allowing Lester to get a start against the Yankees.
One-week sleeper: Wakefield. He is a nice stopgap option in deeper leagues as an injury-returnee this week.
One-week bust: Dice-K. You might consider sitting him because of the matchup, but he has been good enough since returning to be considered advisable in most formats still.

Chicago Cubs

  1. Carlos Zambrano at SF Lincecum
  2. Ryan Dempster at SF Penny
  3. Ted Lilly at MIL Narveson
  4. Tom Gorzelanny at MIL Looper, at SF Zito
  5. Randy Wells at MIL Bush, at SF Cain

Two-starter(s): Gorzelanny and Wells. They are questionable options at this point. Wells is coming off a bad start, while Gorzelanny is returning to the rotation out of long relief and might not go long enough to be eligible to win Monday. He also might not get that second start.
Who is getting skipped: Rich Harden. He has been struggling, but he could take Gorzelanny's second start.
One-week sleeper: Gorzelanny. He is a decent flier in deeper NL-only leagues, but we wouldn't advise using him in mixed formats.
One-week bust: Harden. He is not guaranteed to make a start in Fantasy Week 25 (Sept. 21-27), so he cannot be used with any confidence.

Chicago White Sox

  1. Jake Peavy vs DET Bonine
  2. Mark Buehrle vs MIN Duensing
  3. John Danks vs MIN Manship
  4. Freddy An. Garcia vs DET Robertson
  5. Daniel Hudson vs MIN Blackburn, vs DET Jackson

Two-starter(s): Hudson. The top prospect has potential, but his two-start week is questionable amid the tenuous status of the man he is replacing.
Who is getting skipped: Gavin Floyd. The White Sox say he will start Saturday if they are not eliminated from postseason contention, but he is too risky to play at this point.
One-week sleeper: Garcia. He has been surprisingly effective and is useful in deeper formats in the season's final two weeks.
One-week bust: Floyd/Hudson. Floyd's replacement in risky, especially since Floyd hasn't officially been ruled out of taking that turn next weekend. Also, that spot could be skipped to keep their top starters on regular rest. In that event, Danks could pick up a second start. He is an advisable one-start option anyway.

Cincinnati Reds

  1. Bronson Arroyo at PIT Morton
  2. Johnny Cueto at PIT Duke, at HOU Rodriguez
  3. Homer Bailey at PIT Hart
  4. Kip Wells at HOU Paulino
  5. Justin Lehr or Matt Maloney at HOU Moehler

Two-starter(s): Cueto. He has been decent in his past three starts and is an advisable option in most leagues.
Who is getting skipped: Perhaps Lehr. He might have lost his rotation spot to Maloney. The Reds have a TBD on the schedule.
One-week sleeper: Bailey. He has a great matchup and a 2.59 ERA in September.
One-week bust: Lehr or Maloney. We are not sure how the Reds' back-end of their rotation shapes up this week. Avoid both of these guys.

Cleveland Indians

  1. Fausto Carmona vs BAL Tillman
  2. Jeremy Sowers vs BAL Berken
  3. David Huff vs BAL Hernandez
  4. Justin Masterson vs DET Porcello
  5. Aaron Laffey vs DET Jackson
  6. Carlos Carrasco vs DET Verlander

Two-starter(s): None. The Indians figure to stick with a six-man rotation in a six-game week, reslotting the rookie Carrasco again.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Huff. He is the only Indians pitcher going well right now. Consider him in deeper mixed leagues if you need a stopgap.
One-week bust: Everyone else. The Indians are going well and none of the Indians' other five starters are safe plays in any format at this point.

Colorado Rockies

  1. Ubaldo Jimenez vs STL Carpenter
  2. Jorge De La Rosa vs SD Mujica, vs STL Pineiro
  3. Jason Marquis vs SD Stauffer
  4. Jason Hammel vs SD Richard
  5. TBD vs STL Wainwright

Two-starter(s): De La Rosa. He is a must-start in all leagues at this point. He has been scorching.
Who is getting skipped: None. Aaron Cook (shoulder) or Jose A. Contreras (quadriceps) might try to return Saturday, Sept. 26, the next time the No. 5 spot is needed. They are too risky to trust at this point, though.
One-week sleeper: Hammel. He has been solid since July and draws a favorable matchup. Use him in any format this week.
One-week bust: No. 5 TBD. Cook or Contreras will have to prove healthy early in the week before they are candidates to return. The turn has a tough matchup anyway. Ignore these guys.

Detroit Tigers

  1. Justin Verlander at CLE Carrasco
  2. Edwin Jackson at CLE Laffey, at CHW Carrasco
  3. Rick Porcello at CLE Masterson
  4. Eddie Bonine at CHW Peavy
  5. Nate Robertson at CHW Garcia

Two-starter(s): Jackson. He hasn't been great lately, but he remains an advisable option in most leagues because of the favorable matchups.
Who is getting skipped: Jarrod Washburn (knee) and Armando Galarraga (elbow). They might not be healthy enough to pitch and have to be avoided in all leagues.
One-week sleeper: Robertson. He hasn't been bad and could be useful as a stopgap in deeper leagues.
One-week bust: Bonine. He was solid in his one start, but he is drawing a tough opposing pitcher.

Florida Marlins

  1. Josh Johnson vs PHI Blanton, vs NYM Misch
  2. Ricky Nolasco vs NYM Redding
  3. Anibal Sanchez vs PHI Moyer
  4. Sean West vs NYM Maine
  5. Rick VandenHurk vs PHI Hamels

Two-starter(s): Johnson. He is a must-start in all leagues even with one start, but the Marlins could choose to use Sanchez next Sunday if they want to give Johnson an extra day. The Marlins have been watching Johnson's innings.
Who is getting skipped: Chris Volstad. He has been removed from the rotation, perhaps the rest of the season.
One-week sleeper: West. He wasn't great his last time out, but he draws a favorable matchup that will make him an advisable start in deeper leagues.
One-week bust: VandenHurk. He was decent in his return from injury, but you shouldn't trust him against the Phillies and Hamels.

Top 10 Pitchers Added
Player % Change
1. Robinson Tejeda, SP, Royals 16
2. Hiroki Kuroda, SP, Dodgers 14
3. Ryan Rowland-Smith, SP, Mariners 13
4. Wade LeBlanc, SP, Padres 9
5. Nick Blackburn, SP, Twins 6
6. Dave Bush, SP, Brewers 6
7. Freddy An. Garcia, SP, White Sox 6
8. Barry Zito, SP, Giants 5
9. Brian Duensing, SP, Twins 5
10. Daisuke Matsuzaka, SP, Red Sox 4

Houston Astros

  1. Wandy Rodriguez vs STL Lohse, vs CIN Cueto
  2. Bud Norris vs STL Smoltz
  3. Felipe Paulino vs CIN Wells
  4. Brian Moehler vs CIN TBD
  5. Yorman Bazardo vs STL Pineiro

Two-starter(s): Rodriguez. The Astros have a week's worth of TBDs, but we figure Rodriguez will start Monday and Sunday. He is a must-start in all leagues.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Norris. He is streaky, but his past three starts have all been very good. He is useful in deeper leagues, despite the matchup.
One-week bust: Bazardo. He wasn't bad in his past start, but he is a risk in a matchup against the first-place Cardinals. Avoid him.

Kansas City Royals

  1. Zack Greinke vs BOS Byrd, vs MIN Blackburn
  2. Robinson Tejeda vs MIN Pavano
  3. Kyle Davies (questionable, oblique) vs BOS Buchholz
  4. Luke Hochevar vs BOS Beckett
  5. Lenny DiNardo vs. BOS Wakefield, vs MIN Baker

Two-starter(s): DiNardo and Greinke. Greinke is a must-start in all leagues, while DiNardo remains a high-risk option even in the deepest of AL-only formats.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Tejeda. He has been outstanding down the stretch and is viable in any format right now, surprisingly.
One-week bust: Hochever. He is coming off a three-hit gem, but we cannot advise you trust him against the Red Sox and Beckett.

Los Angeles Angels

  1. John Lackey vs OAK Eveland
  2. Scott Kazmir vs NYY Burnett
  3. Jered Weaver vs OAK Gonzalez
  4. Joe Saunders vs NYY Pettitte, vs OAK Gonzalez
  5. Ervin Santana vs NYY Gaudin

Two-starter(s): Saunders. He is an advisable option in most leagues, especially with that favorable second start.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Saunders. He is only active in 52 percent of CBSSports.com's leagues for this week. That number should be a lot higher with the two starts, even if it is with one start against the Yankees.
One-week bust: Weaver. We still list him as advisable because of his matchup, but he has lost his past two starts.

Los Angeles Dodgers

  1. Chad Billingsley at WAS Detwiler
  2. Randy Wolf at PIT Maholm
  3. Hiroki Kuroda at WAS Hernandez, at PIT McCutchen
  4. Jon Garland at PIT Ohlendorf
  5. Vicente Padilla at WAS Martin

Two-starter(s): Kuroda. He is hot and has great matchups. He has to be a must-start this week.
Who is getting skipped: Clayton Kershaw (shoulder). The Dodgers are being cautious with him, but he could get a start before the end of the week. You have to keep him on the bench, though.
One-week sleeper: Kuroda, Garland and Padilla. The Dodgers are stacked with underowned Fantasy options. They are hot and have great matchups to boot.
One-week bust: Kershaw. We say the injured guy only because all of the veterans in the rotation are advisable to must-start options right now. There is no sign Kershaw will be ready to pitch next weekend, other than the Dodgers need to get him on regular work if they intend to use him in the postseason.

Milwaukee Brewers

  1. Braden Looper vs CHC Gorzelanny, vs PHI TBD
  2. Dave Bush vs CHC Wells, vs PHI Blanton
  3. Jeff Suppan vs PHI Martinez
  4. Manny Parra (questionable, neck) or Josh J. Butler vs PHI Lee
  5. Chris Narveson vs CHC Lilly

Two-starter(s): Looper and Bush. They are questionable options that can be nice sleepers in deeper leagues if you need a stopgap.
Who is getting skipped: Yovani Gallardo. He has been shut down for the season after Sunday's start.
One-week sleeper: Looper, Bush and Suppan. They have been pitching well enough of late to win behind the Brewers' offense.
One-week bust: Parra. He has missed two starts and might not go again. If he does, he draws the Phillies and Lee. Not a good time to take a chance on Parra.

Minnesota Twins

  1. Scott Baker at KC DiNardo
  2. Nick Blackburn at CHW Carrasco, at KC Greinke
  3. Carl Pavano at KC Tejeda
  4. Brian Duensing at CHW Buehrle
  5. Jeff Manship at CHW Danks

Two-starter(s): Blackburn. He is an advisable option now that he has gotten out of his funk.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Pavano. He had a 3.46 ERA in August and has a 3.08 ERA in September, which makes him an advisable option in any league at Kansas City.
One-week bust: Manship. He returns to the rotation after being skipped whenever possible in recent weeks. He likely won't go long enough to be eligible for a victory even if he surprises by pitching well.

New York Mets

  1. Mike Pelfrey vs ATL Hudson
  2. John Maine at FLA West
  3. Tim Redding at FLA Nolasco
  4. Patrick Misch vs ATL Lowe, at FLA Johnson
  5. Nelson Figueroa vs ATL Jurrjens

Two-starter(s): Misch. He is a high-risk option even in the deepest of NL-only leagues.
Who is getting skipped: Bobby Parnell. He has been removed from the rotation for the rest of the season.
One-week sleeper: Maine. He has been solid since his return from the DL and should be able to get deeper into the game in start No. 3 this week.
One-week bust: Pelfrey. He has been erratic and likely shouldn't be trusted against the Braves and Hudson.

New York Yankees

  1. CC Sabathia vs BOS Lester
  2. A.J. Burnett at LAA Kazmir
  3. Andy Pettitte at LAA Saunders, vs BOS Wakefield
  4. Joba Chamberlain vs BOS Matsuzaka
  5. Chad Gaudin at LAA Santana

Two-starter(s): Pettitte. He is coming off a missed start and facing two contenders, but we still consider him advisable in Fantasy crunch time.
Who is getting skipped: Sergio Mitre. He is officially out of the rotation right now. Also, the Yankees have a Thursday off day, so they could skip the struggling Chamberlain or the fatigued Pettitte over the weekend. We have no knowledge of the Yankees considering doing either, though.
One-week sleeper: Gaudin. He is useful in deeper leagues, even if we don't have the guts to consider him an advisable option at the Angels.
One-week bust: Chamberlain. He has been terrible and isn't worth starting in any league at this point.

Oakland Athletics

  1. Brett Anderson vs TEX Feldman
  2. Trevor Cahill vs TEX McCarthy
  3. Gio Gonzalez at LAA Weaver
  4. Clayton Mortensen vs TEX Hunter
  5. Edgar G. Gonzalez vs TEX Millwood, at LAA Saunders
  6. Dana Eveland at LAA Lackey

Two-starter(s): E. Gonzalez. He is a high-risk option for all leagues at this point.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Anderson or Cahill. They are coming off great starts, so they remain useful in deeper leagues.
One-week bust: Mortensen. He has been decent, but it will be difficult to trust him vs. the potent Rangers.

Philadelphia Phillies

  1. Cole Hamels at FLA VandenHurk
  2. Cliff Lee at MIL TBD
  3. Joe Blanton at FLA Johnson, at MIL Bush
  4. Pedro Martinez (questionable, neck) at MIL Suppan
  5. J.A. Happ (questionable, oblique) or Kyle Kendrick at MIL Looper
  6. Jamie Moyer at FLA Sanchez

Two-starter(s): Blanton. He is at least advisable in all leagues at this point.
Who is getting skipped: None. The Phillies need a six-man rotation due to Tuesday's doubleheader.
One-week sleeper: Moyer. He has value in deeper mixed leagues while the Phillies use a six-man rotation.
One-week bust: Happ. We cannot be sure he will go deep enough into the game to qualify for a victory ... if he even pitches. Avoid him this week.

Pittsburgh Pirates

  1. Paul Maholm vs LAD Wolf
  2. Zach Duke vs CIN Cueto
  3. Ross Ohlendorf (questionable, might be shut down) vs LAD Garland
  4. Daniel McCutchen vs SD LeBlanc, vs LAD Kuroda
  5. Kevin Hart vs CIN Bailey
  6. Charlie Morton vs CIN Arroyo

Two-starter(s): McCutchen. He isn't quite pitching well enough to trust in Fantasy crunch time.
Who is getting skipped: Perhaps Ohlendorf. The Pirates had said they would shut him down after Saturday's start. Donnie Veal or Jeff Karstens could be potential fill-ins, if the Pirates want to stick with their six-man rotation.
One-week sleeper: Duke. He was in a horrendous slump, but he was great against the Dodgers and draws a favorable matchup this week. Take a chance on him in deeper formats if you need a stopgap, perhaps.
One-week bust: Ohlendorf. He was hot and looking useful in mixed leagues, but the Pirates have said they would shut him down. You cannot use him, unfortunately.

San Diego Padres

  1. Kevin Correia at ARI Scherzer
  2. Tim Stauffer at COL Marquis
  3. Clayton Richard at COL Hammel
  4. Wade LeBlanc at PIT McCutchen, at ARI Haren
  5. Edward Mujica at COL De La Rosa, at ARI Davis

Two-starter(s): LeBlanc and Mujica. They have been decent of late and are sleepers for deeper leagues. We will list them as questionable for most mixed formats, though.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: LeBlanc. He has made four solid starts since his return from the minors.
One-week bust: Stauffer. He faces the potent Rockies after getting beat up last time out.

San Francisco Giants

  1. Tim Lincecum vs CHC Zambrano
  2. Matt Cain at ARI Buckner, CHC Wells
  3. Barry Zito at ARI Davis, vs CHC Gorzelanny
  4. Jonathan Sanchez at ARI Mulvey
  5. Brad Penny vs CHC Dempster

Two-starter(s): Cain and Zito. Cain is a must-start, while Zito is at least advisable at this point.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Zito. Despite his resurgence, he is still starting in a mere 52 percent of CBSSports.com's leagues. That number should be higher.
One-week bust: Penny. His hot streak hit a road block in his last start, which makes him someone to sit in mixed leagues this week.

Seattle Mariners

  1. Felix Hernandez at TOR Romero
  2. Ryan Rowland-Smith at TB Niemann, at TOR Tallet
  3. Ian Snell (questionable, wrist) at TOR Purcey
  4. Brandon Morrow at TB Davis
  5. Doug W. Fister at TOR Halladay

Two-starter(s): Rowland-Smith. He is red hot and an advisable option in any format now.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Rowland-Smith. He is an outstanding sleeper to jump on, especially when you consider his favorable second matchup. He could be a title-game-clincher in many leagues.
One-week bust: Morrow. He walked six his last time out and likely isn't trustworthy enough to use in mixed leagues.

St. Louis Cardinals

  1. Chris Carpenter at COL Jimenez
  2. Adam Wainwright at COL TBD
  3. Joel Pineiro at HOU Bazardo, at COL De La Rosa
  4. John Smoltz at HOU Norris
  5. Kyle Lohse at HOU Rodriguez

Two-starter(s): Pineiro. He remains an advisable option in most leagues, despite his so-so September numbers (1-2, 4.62).
Who is getting skipped: Likely Lohse over the weekend.
One-week sleeper: Smoltz. The veteran should be trusted in any format in crunch time. He has been decent with the Cardinals and his matchup is good.
One-week bust: Lohse. He is returning from injury and is no certainty to be capable of going deep enough into the game to qualify for a victory, even if he pitches well.

Tampa Bay Rays

  1. James Shields at TEX Holland
  2. Matt Garza at TEX Millwood
  3. David Price at TEX McCarthy
  4. Jeff Niemann vs SEA Rowland-Smith
  5. Wade Davis vs SEA Morrow

Two-starter(s): None. The Rays play just five games this week.
Who is getting skipped: Andy Sonnanstine. He might not get another start this season.
One-week sleeper: Davis. He has been good enough to trust in any league, especially with that matchup.
One-week bust: None. All five of the Rays starters are viable options in any formats this week.

Texas Rangers

  1. Scott Feldman at OAK Anderson
  2. Kevin Millwood at OAK Gonzalez, vs TB Garza
  3. Tommy Hunter at OAK Mortensen
  4. Brandon McCarthy at OAK Cahill, vs TB Price
  5. Derek Holland vs TB Shields

Two-starter(s): Millwood and McCarthy. They are questionable options amid their struggles. You might want to find pitchers who are going better this week.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Hunter. He is one of the few Rangers starters coming off a decent start. He has a favorable matchup, too.
One-week bust: Millwood. He corrected his mechanic flaw, but he is real difficult to trust without having seen him in action lately.

Toronto Blue Jays

  1. Roy Halladay vs SEA Fister
  2. Ricky Romero vs SEA Hernandez
  3. Scott Richmond vs BAL Guthrie
  4. Brian Tallet (questionable, foot) vs BAL Hendrickson, vs SEA Rowland-Smith
  5. David Purcey vs BAL Tillman, vs SEA Snell

Two-starter(s): Purcey and Tallet. Purcey is a questionable option at best, while Tallet is high-risk even in the deepest of AL-only leagues.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: None. We would only trust Halladay at this point.
One-week bust: Purcey. His matchups are great and he wasn't bad last time out, but we still do not have enough faith in him to consider him advisable yet. Only take the risk on him in AL-only formats, where reasonable alternatives are more readily available.

Washington Nationals

  1. John Lannan vs ATL Vazquez
  2. Garrett Mock vs ATL Hanson
  3. Livan Hernandez vs LAD Kuroda, vs ATL Lowe
  4. Ross Detwiler vs LAD Billingsley
  5. J.D. Martin vs LAD Padilla

Two-starter(s): Hernandez. He is a high-risk option even in the deepest of NL-only leagues.
Who is getting skipped: None.
One-week sleeper: Lannan. He could be good for a quality start, but his matchup really isn't favorable enough to start him in most mixed leagues.
One-week bust: Hernandez. He was decent last time out, but there is no reason to take a shot on a back-end Nationals pitcher outside of deep NL-only leagues in a crucial week.

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