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Friday, August 17, 2018
01:41 AM - August 17, 2018. Written by kram438
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Kansas City Royals used the same formula Sunday they had all series, getting strong pitching to go with efficient offense to complete a four-game sweep of the Texas Rangers on the road at Globe Life Park.

As they did all series, it was two-out runs that gave the Royals (12-6) the edge on Sunday. Back-to-back two-out RBI doubles by the No. 8 and No. 9 hitters in their lineup, Alcides Escobar and Whit Merrifield, gave Kansas City a 2-0 lead in the fifth inning and broke what had been a 0-0 pitchers' duel.

Escobar added a sacrifice fly in the seventh to make it 3-0. Ian Kennedy (3-1) went eight innings with six strikeouts and three walks. The Rangers only mustered four hits on the day.

In the series, Kansas City outscored Texas, 24-11, and outhit them, 46-37. The Rangers have now lost four straight and five of their last six. Texas had won three of its last four series entering its tilt versus Kansas City. All three series that Texas has lost this season has been via a sweep.

The Rangers will look for a boost when they host the 7-12 Minnesota Twins for a three-game series starting Monday.

Kansas City Royals at Texas Rangers
Apr 23, 2017123456789RHE
Kansas City (12-6)000020100350
Texas (6-13)000000000040
W: Joakim Soria (1-0) L: Jeremy Jeffress (0-1)
Kansas City Royals
Lorenzo Cain, CF4020000.295
Billy Burns, LF4000020.143
Eric Hosmer, 1B4000000.253
Jorge Soler, DH4000020.321
Mike Moustakas, 3B3100010.242
Paulo Orlando, RF3110110.269
Brayan Peņa, C3000010.250
Alcides Escobar, SS2112000.188
Whit Merrifield, 2B3011010.317
2B: Escobar (2), Merrifield (5)
RBI: Escobar 2 (4), Merrifield (7)
HBP: Moustakas
SF: Escobar
GIDP: Hosmer
SB: Moustakas (1), Orlando (3)
Texas Rangers
Delino DeShields Jr., LF3000100.295
Elvis Andrus, SS3010120.289
Adrian Beltre, 3B4010010.184
Rougned Odor, 2B4010000.359
Nomar Mazara, DH4000010.323
James Loney, 1B3000010.313
Jonathan Lucroy, C2000100.286
Joey Gallo, CF3010010.185
Jared Hoying, RF2000000.222
HBP: Hoying
GIDP: Mazara
CS: DeShields Jr. (5)
Kansas City Royals
Ian Kennedy (W, 3-1)8.04003602.17
Kelvin Herrera (S, 7)1.00000001.80
TEAM TOTALS9.0400360
Texas Rangers
Andrew Cashner (L, 1-2)7.04331604.05
Tanner Scheppers2.01000202.03
TEAM TOTALS9.0533180
Dynasty: kram438
Thursday, August 16, 2018
04:36 PM - August 16, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Matchup Preview *|* September 17, 2018
Seattle Seahawks
(0-1, Away)
Chicago Bears
(1-0, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
419.0 (5th)Total Offensive Yards469.0 (1st)
291.0 (7th)Passing Yards338.0 (3rd)
128.0 (6th)Rushing Yards131.0 (5th)
28.0 (T-7th)Points Per Game30.0 (6th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
418.0 (27th)Total Yards Allowed145.0 (1st)
313.0 (29th)Passing Yards Allowed118.0 (1st)
105.0 (T-23rd)Rushing Yards Allowed27.0 (2nd)
31.0 (T-28th)Points Per Game17.0 (T-9th)
Injury Report
DT - Shamar Stephen - Elbow
CB - Cre'Von LeBlanc - Elbow
C- Justin Britt - Shoulder
C - James Daniels - Ribs
WR - Doug Baldwin - Abdomen
CB - Prince Amukamara - Collarbone

HB - Tarik Cohen - Ribs

NFL Week 2 Power Rankings
RK (LW)TeamRecordNext Game
1 (+2) Pittsburgh Steelers1-0Kansas City Chiefs
2 (+3) Atlanta Falcons1-0Carolina Panthers
3 (-2) Philadelphia Eagles0-1@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 (+3) Minnesota Vikings1-0@ Green Bay Packers
5 (-3) New England Patriots0-1@ Jacksonville Jaguars
6 (+3) Oakland Raiders1-0@ Denver Broncos
7 (-3) Los Angeles Rams0-1Arizona Cardinals
8 (-) New Orleans Saints1-0Cleveland Browns
9 (+1) Tennessee Titans1-0Houston Texans
10 (+1) Kansas City Chiefs1-0@ Pittsburgh Steelers
11 (+1) Dallas Cowboys1-0New York Giants
12 (-6) Jacksonville Jaguars0-1New England Patriots
13 (+6) Houston Texans1-0@ Tennessee Titans
14 (-) Washington Redskins1-0Indianapolis Colts
15 (-) San Francisco 49ers0-1Detroit Lions
16 (-) Carolina Panthers0-1@ Atlanta Falcons
17 (-4) Green Bay Packers0-1Minnesota Vikings
18 (-) Los Angeles Chargers0-1@ Buffalo Bills
19 (+2) Denver Broncos1-0Oakland Raiders
20 (-3) Seattle Seahawks0-1@ Chicago Bears
21 (-1) Detroit Lions1-0@ San Francisco 49ers
22 (-) Baltimore Ravens1-0@ Cincinnati Bengals
23 (+3) Chicago Bears1-0Seattle Seahawks
24 (-1) Tampa Bay Buccaneers0-1Philadelphia Eagles
25 (+5) New York Giants1-0@ Dallas Cowboys
26 (-2) Cincinnati Bengals1-0Baltimore Ravens
27 (-2) Miami Dolphins0-1@ New York Jets
28 (-1) Cleveland Browns0-1@ New Orleans Saints
29 (-1) Indianapolis Colts0-1@ Washington Redskins
30 (-1) Arizona Cardinals0-1@ Los Angeles Rams
31 (-) New York Jets0-1Miami Dolphins
32 (-) Buffalo Bills0-1Los Angeles Chargers

2018 NFL Regular Season Week 2
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Baltimore at Cincinnati (-2.5)Dalton - 261Collins - 95Snead IV - 84
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Carolina at Atlanta (-6.5)Ryan - 243McCaffrey - 76Olsen - 97
Indianapolis at Washington (-6)Luck - 278Thompson - 65Hilton - 119
Houston at Tennessee (-3)Watson - 340Miller - 59Hopkins - 89
Philadelphia at Tampa Bay (+5)Winston - 278Sims III - 28Evans - 107
Kansas City at Pittsburgh (-4)Mahomes II - 224Bell - 160Conley - 71
Miami at New York Jets (-3)Bridgewater - 255Drake - 61Kearse - 123
Los Angeles Chargers at Buffalo (+1.5)Rivers - 303McCoy - 83T. Williams - 130
Minnesota at Green Bay (PK)Siemian - 172Cook - 65Diggs - 84
Cleveland at New Orleans (-9)Taylor - 259Kamara - 71Landry - 80
Detroit at San Francisco (-4)Stafford - 285Breida - 60Jones Jr. - 108
Arizona at Los Angeles Rams (-10.5)Goff - 353Johnson - 75Cooper - 99
New England at Jacksonville (-1.5)Bortles - 253Fournette - 53Edelman - 105
Oakland at Denver (+1)Keenum - 346Lynch - 111Sutton - 91
New York Giants at Dallas (-7)Prescott - 312Elliott - 60Beckham Jr. - 121
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Seattle at Chicago (-3)Trubisky - 338Howard - 93Robinson - 106
Dynasty: glenzariczny
02:02 PM - August 16, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
NFL Week 1 Scoreboard
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Atlanta 24, Philadelphia 16Wentz - 260Freeman - 70Jeffery - 81
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Buffalo 17, Baltimore 23Allen - 285Collins - 95Kerley - 121
Jacksonville 14, New York Giants 17Manning - 279Fournette - 53Beckham Jr. - 121
Tampa Bay 13, New Orleans 24Winston - 278Kamara - 71Evans - 107
Houston 24, New England 17Watson - 340Miller - 59Edelman - 105
San Francisco 16, Minnesota 28Garoppolo - 271Cook - 65Diggs - 84
Tennessee 17, Miami 10Mariota - 182Drake - 61Davis - 55
Cincinnati 17, Indianapols 10Luck - 278Turbin - 50Hilton - 119
Pittsburgh 31, Cleveland 15Taylor - 259Bell - 160Landry - 80
Kansas City 31, Los Angeles Chargers 17Rivers - 303Hunt - 100T. Williams - 130
Seattle 28, Denver 31Keenum - 346Booker - 62Sutton - 91
Dallas 26, Carolina 20Prescott - 312McCaffrey - 76Olsen - 97
Washington 24, Arizona 20Bradford - 271Johnson - 75Nelson - 90
Chicago 30, Green Bay 17Trubisky - 338Howard - 93Robinson - 106
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
New York Jets 10, Detroit 28Stafford - 285Blount - 32Kearse - 123
Los Angeles Rams 45, Oakland 48Goff - 353Lynch - 111Cooper - 99

NFL Standings - Updated: Sep 11, 2018
Dallas Cowboys1002620
Washington Redskins1002420
New York Giants1001714
Philadelphia Eagles0101624
Chicago Bears1003017
Minnesota Vikings1002816
Detroit Lions1002810
Green Bay Packers0101730
New Orleans Saints1002413
Atlanta Falcons1002416
Carolina Panthers0102026
Tampa Bay Buccaneers0101324
Los Angeles Rams0104548
Seattle Seahawks0102831
Arizona Cardinals0102024
San Francisco 49ers0101628
Buffalo Bills0101723
New England Patriots0101724
Miami Dolphins0101017
New York Jets0101028
Pittsburgh Steelers1003115
Cincinnati Bengals1001710
Baltimore Ravens1002317
Cleveland Browns0101531
Tennessee Titans1001710
Houston Texans1002417
Jacksonville Jaguars0101417
Indianapolis Colts0101017
Kansas City Chiefs1003117
Denver Broncos1003128
Oakland Raiders1004845
Los Angeles Chargers0101731

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 11, 2018
Passing YardsYDSPassing ToucdownsTD
1. Jared Goff - LAR3531. Jared Goff - LAR5
2. Case Keenum - DEN3462. Derek Carr - OAK4
3. DeShaun Watson - HOU3403. Mitchell Trubisky - CHI3
4. Mitchell Trubisky - CHI3384. Dak Prescott - DAL3
5. Russell Wilson - SEA3235. Matt Ryan - ATL3
InterceptionsINTQB RatingQBR
1. Jared Goff - LAR21. Dak Prescott - DAL127.3
2. Jimmy Garoppolo - SF22. Patrick Mahomes II - KC126.0
3. Carson Wentz - PHI23. Alex Smith - WAS120.3
4. 10 others tied14. Derek Carr - OAK117.6
5. 5. Case Keenum - DEN115.2

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 11, 2018
Rushing AttemptsATTRushing YardsYDS
1. Jordan Howard - CHI221. Le'Veon Bell - PIT160
2. Alvin Kamara - NO202. Marshawn Lynch - OAK111
3. 5 others tied193. Kareem Hunt - KC100
4. 4. Alex Collins - BAL95
5. 5. Jordan Howard - CHI93
Rushing TouchdownsTDYards Per CarryYPC
1. 6 tied21. Russell Wilson - SEA10.0
2. 2. Le'Veon Bell - PIT8.9
3. 3. Rashaad Penny - SEA8.3
4. 4. Alex Collins - BAL5.9
5. 5. Kareem Hunt - KC5.9

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 11, 2018
ReceptionsRECReceiving YardsYDS
1. J.J. Nelson - ARI111. Tyrell Williams - LAC130
2. Tyrell Williams - LAC102. Jermaine Kearse - NYJ123
3. Pharoh Cooper - LAR103. Odell Beckham Jr. - NYG121
4. Cooper Kupp - LAR104. Jeremy Kerley - BUF121
5. Greg Olsen - CAR105. T.Y. Hilton - IND119
Receiving Touchdowns TDYards Per CatchYPC
1. Cole Beasley - DAL31. Courtland Sutton - DEN30.3
2. 7 others tied22. Ezekiel Elliott - DAL23.3
3. 3. Cole Beasley - DAL20.8
4. 4. Christian Kirk - ARI20.7
5. 5. Odell Beckham Jr. - NYG20.2

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 11, 2018
Rushing AttemptsATTRushing YardsYDS
1. Jordan Howard - CHI221. Le'Veon Bell - PIT160
2. Alvin Kamara - NO202. Marshawn Lynch - OAK111
3. 5 others tied193. Kareem Hunt - KC100
4. 4. Alex Collins - BAL95
5. 5. Jordan Howard - CHI93
Rushing TouchdownsTDYards Per CarryYPC
1. 6 tied21. Russell Wilson - SEA10.0
2. 2. Le'Veon Bell - PIT8.9
3. 3. Rashaad Penny - SEA8.3
4. 4. Alex Collins - BAL5.9
5. 5. Kareem Hunt - KC5.9

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 9, 2018
1. Kwon Alexander - TB151. Dont'a Hightower - NE2.5
2. C.J. Mosely - BAL152. 8 others tied2.0
3. NaVorro Bowman - IND153.
4. Buster Skrine - NYJ154.
5. Xavier Woods - DAL155.
InterceptionsINTForced FumblesFF
1. 14 tied11. J.J. Watt - HOU3
2. 2. Zach Brown - WAS2
3. 3. Kwon Alexander - TB2
4. 4. C.J. Mosley - BAL2
5. 5. Vontaze Burfict - CIN2
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
07:11 AM - August 15, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks at Denver Broncos
Sep 9, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (0-1)9610328
Denver Broncos (1-0)01471031
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense419418
Rushing Yards128105
Passing Yards291313
First Downs2215
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards6856
Total Yards487474
3rd Down Conversion8-16 (50%)4-11 (36%)
4th Down Conversion0-1 (0%)1-1 (100%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-5 (80%)3-6 (50%)
Posession Time34:0825:52
Scoring Summary
7:06(SEA) K.J. Wright sacked Case Keenum in the endzone for a safety20
1:04(SEA) Chris Carson 1 Yd run (Jason Myers Kick)90
11:59(DEN) Devontae Booker 8 Yd run (Brandon McManus Kick)97
7:11(SEA) Jason Myers 26 Yd FG127
1:46(SEA) Jason Myers 44 Yd FG157
1:36(DEN) Courtland Sutton 75 Yd pass from Case Keenum (Brandon McManus Kick)1514
8:24(SEA) Jason Myers 27 Yd FG1814
3:31(DEN) Devontae Booker 6 Yd run (Brandon McManus Kick)1821
2:04(SEA) Ed Dickson 14 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Jason Myers Kick)2521
9:56(SEA) Jason Myers 44 Yd FG2821
6:59(DEN) Royce Freeman 1 Yd run (Brandon McManus Kick) 2828
1:11(DEN) Brandon McManus 58 Yd FG2831
Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson26/4032310
Russell Wilson44010.00
Chris Carson17382.21
Rashaad Penny4338.20
J.D. McKissic6172.80
Doug Baldwin45914.70
Brandon Marshall6589.60
Jaron Brown55611.20
Tyler Lockett34314.30
J.D. McKissic14040.00
Ed Dickson3248.01
Nick Vannett22110.50
Tre Madden11313.00
Amara Darboh199.00
Shaquill Griffin90.000
Earl Thomas III90.000
Maurice Alexander70.000
Bobby Wagner60.000
Barkevious Mingo62.000
K.J. Wright52.010
Jarran Reed51.000
Jason Myers4/42/21444
Michael Dickson315852.62
Tyler Lockett26834.00
Denver Broncos
Case Keenum19/2434611
Devontae Booker18623.42
Royce Freeman9202.21
Case Keenum22311.50
Courtland Sutton39130.31
Emmanuel Sanders48020.00
Devontae Booker45914.70
Demaryius Thomas35618.60
Jeff Heuerman4358.70
Carlos Henderson12525.00
Justin Simmons111.000
Bradley Roby90.000
Bradley Chubb71.000
Brandon Marshall71.000
Darian Stewart71.000
Domata Peko Sr.71.000
Chris Harris Jr.50.000
Von Miller41.000
Derek Wolfe31.000
Brandon McManus1/24/4758
Marquette King314046.61
Carlos Henderson25628.00
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
03:53 PM - August 14, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Matchup Preview *|* September 9, 2018
Seattle Seahawks
(9-7, Away)
Denver Broncos
(5-11, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
330.4 (15th)Total Offensive Yards324.1 (17th)
228.6 (14th)Passing Yards208.3 (20th)
101.8 (23rd)Rushing Yards115.8 (12th)
22.9 (11th)Points Per Game18.1 (T-26th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
323.2 (11th)Total Yards Allowed290.0 (3rd)
209.2 (6th)Passing Yards Allowed200.6 (4th)
114.0 (19th)Rushing Yards Allowed89.4 (5th)
20.8 (T-13th)Points Per Game23.9 (T-22nd)
Injury Report
CB - Dontae Johnson - Groin
LB - Shane Ray - Collarbone
DT - Shamar Stephen - Elbow
T - Garrett Bolles - Back
C - Justin Britt - Shoulder

Dynasty: glenzariczny
03:39 PM - August 14, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks Preseason Stats - 2018
Alex McGough46/854455.2111.3512742.5
Russell Wilson31/464279.3106.8371286.0
Austin Davis30/462525.563.0201359.3
C.J. Prosise221346.1311033.50
Alex McGough810713.4271026.82
Rashaad Penny21813.9110020.30
Mike Davis23793.4120219.80
Russell Wilson12726.0170118.02
Chris Carson16724.5130018.00
J.D. McKissic10484.8110012.01
Austin Davis2178.59004.31
Will Dissly151238.2135130.839
Ed Dickson912113.4026130.339
Tyler Lockett711316.1037128.361
Brandon Marshall510721.4130126.834
Nick Vannett11958.6120123.832
J.D. McKissic78912.7029122.321
C.J. Prosise14835.9015020.864
Doug Baldwin88310.4026120.823
David Moore37123.7051117.832
Damore'ea Stringfellow55711.4026114.317
Tanner McEvoy45012.5015012.52
Amara Darboh6477.8120111.85
Shaquem Griffin259344.04300
Delano Hill94130.04100
Bobby Wagner93120.02400
Tedric Thompson74110.02100
Josh Forrest64100.02100
Maurice Alexander46100.00200
D.J. Alexander73100.01400
Bradley McDougald73100.01000
Frank Clark5491.55000
Alex Carter8190.02000
Neiko Thorpe5490.01200
Shaquill Griffin5490.01120
Rasheem Green8191.02001
Justin Coleman5380.01300
Quinton Jefferson4481.01000
Tom Johnson6281.03000
Lorenzo Jerome4370.01100
Trovon Reed3471.00000
K.J. Wright5270.02000
Marcus Smith II6172.02000
DeAndre Elliott3250.01100
Earl Thomas III2350.00000
Jarran Reed2350.00000
Branden Jackson2350.00000
Dion Jordan0220.50000
Marcus Johnson819324.1300412.80
Damore'ea Stringfellow614424.0260416.80
Rashaad Penny410225.5280117.00
Tyler Lockett25829.0330412.30
Trovon Reed12727.027000.00
DeAndre Elliott000.0N/A01-1.00
Field GoalsExtra Points
Sebastian Janikowski4666.7%4744100%16
Jason Myers44100%5133100%15
Michael Dickson147317352.240.0147
Jon Ryan94866854.048.1031
Dynasty: glenzariczny
03:39 PM - August 14, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart - 2018
Regular Offense
WRDoug BaldwinTyler LockettAmara Darboh
TEEd DicksonNick VannettWill Dissly
LTDuane BrownGermain Ifedi
LGEthan PocicJordan Roos
CJustin BrittJoey Hunt
RGD.J. FlukerRees Odhiambo
RTGeorge FantGermain Ifedi
WRBrandon MarshallJaron BrownTanner McEvoy
QBRussell WilsonAustin Davis
FBTre MaddenWill Dissly
HBChris CarsonRashaad PennyC.J. ProsiseJ.D. McKissic
Base 4-3 Defense
LDEFrank ClarkMarcus Smith IIBranden Jackson
LDTJarran ReedTom Johnson
RDTNazair JonesQuinton Jefferson
RDEDion JordanMarcus Smith IIRasheem Green
WLBBarkevious MingoShaquem GriffinD.J. AlexanderJosh Forrest
MLBBobby WagnerD.J. AlexanderShaquem GriffinJosh Forrest
SLBK.J. WrightShaquem GriffinD.J. AlexanderJosh Forrest
CBShaquill GriffinJustin ColemanNeiko Thorpe
SSMaurice AlexanderBradley McDougaldTedric Thompson
FSEarl Thomas IIIBradley McDougaldTedric Thompson
CBByron MaxwellDontae JohnsonNeiko Thorpe
Special Teams
KJason Myers
PMichael Dickson
HAustin Davis
PRTyler LockettJ.D. McKissic
KRTyler LockettJ.D. McKissic
LSTyler Ott
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Sunday, August 12, 2018
11:52 PM - August 12, 2018. Written by kram438
ARLINGTON, Texas -- A pitchers' duel broke out Saturday at Globe Life Park after two days of powerful offense, but it still ended with runs being scored in bunches, as the Kansas City Royals clinched a series victory with their third straight win over the host Texas Rangers, this time eeking out a 6-4 win in 13 innings.

The Rangers (6-12) turned the tables on the Royals (11-6) this time, taking a 1-0 lead in the first inning thanks to Adrian Beltre's fourth home run of the young season. And after the Royals tied the game by scoring in the third inning for the third straight game, Nomar Mazara put Texas back ahead with an RBI double to make it 2-1.

It stayed that way until the eighth inning when the Royals loaded the bases with no outs versus Rangers reliever Matt Bush. After an infield popup, Bush gave way to Texas closer Sam Dyson for a five-out save. He induced a shallow fly ball to left, but the runner tagged up anyway and *barely* beat the throw home to tie the game at 2-2. Then yet another 2-out run scored to give KC a 3-2 advantage, this one coming in the form of a pinch-hit, two-out, two-strike, opposite field, seeing-eye single by the worst player on the Royals' roster, backup catcher Brayan Peņa.

The Rangers didn't lie down though, as Mazara led off the bottom of the ninth with a triple and tied the game on Jonathan Lucroy's RBI double to make it 3-3. But they would leave the winning run on third base in the ninth, an inning after they left the tying and go-ahead runs both in scoring position in the eighth.

Kansas City scored even another 2-out run in the 11th to go up 4-3 after Whit Merrifield's ball *barely* got under Rougned Odor's glove up the middle, but again the Rangers answered. Shin-Soo Choo doubled to the right-center field gap with two outs in the bottom of the 11th, scoring Robinson Chirinos all the way from first base to tie it again at 4-4.

The Royals finally put it to bed in the 13th with three consecutive one-out singles against Texas reliever Jeremy Jeffress (0-1), going up 5-4 before scoring their third 2-out run of the game on a wild pitch for insurance. Kansas City tied the game or took the lead on three different occasions with two-out runs.

The Rangers got the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the 13th with one out, but Mazara couldn't complete his cycle bid with the home run he needed, and Chirinos worked a 2-0 count before flying out to end the game. Beltre was also a triple short of the cycle in a breakout game for him, raising his batting average by nearly 30 points in just one game.

The Rangers, having lost four of their last five games and being outscored in the series 21-10 (and outhit 41-33) will try to avoid getting swept for the third time in this first month of the season and snap their current three-game losing streak. Andrew Cashner (1-1, 4.12 ERA) takes the mound against Ian Kennedy (2-1, 3.00 ERA).

Kansas City Royals at Texas Rangers
Apr 22, 2017123456789ExtrasRHE
Kansas City (11-6)0010000200 1 0 26140
Texas (6-12)1001000010 1 0 04110
W: Joakim Soria (1-0) L: Jeremy Jeffress (0-1)
Kansas City Royals
Billy Burns, CF7010010.167
Paulo Orlando, RF4120010.266
Lorenzo Cain, PR-RF1100200.281
Eric Hosmer, 1B7121010.268
Jorge Soler, DH6020030.346
Alex Gordon, LF5000130.305
Salvador Perez, C5011010.233
Mike Moustakas, 3B2000100.254
Brayan Peņa, PH1011000.333
Cheslor Cuthbert, 3B2220000.435
Alcides Escobar, SS6110000.179
Whit Merrifield, 2B6022010.317
TEAM TOTALS5261454110
2B: Cuthbert (2), Orlando (5)
RBI: Hosmer (17), Perez (9), Peņa (1), Merrifield 2 (6)
SF: Perez
SB: Cain (4), Burns (1)
Texas Rangers
Elvis Andrus, SS6000020.287
Carlos Gomez, CF6010010.224
Adrian Beltre, 3B6231001.181
Rougned Odor, 2B5010100.365
Nomar Mazara, LF6131010.344
Jonathan Lucroy, C3011100.295
Delino DeShields Jr., PR0000000.317
Robinson Chirinos, C2100000.111
Shin-Soo Choo, RF5011010.328
James Loney, 1B2000000.333
Mike Napoli, PH-1B3000000.212
Joey Gallo, DH5010010.167
TEAM TOTALS494114261
2B: Choo (5), Beltre (1), Lucroy (3), Mazara (2)
3B: Mazara (1)
HR: Beltre (4)
RBI: Choo (9), Beltre (6), Lucroy (3), Mazara (9)
Kansas City Royals
Jason Hammel6.14222513.22
Jason Vargas1.00000103.12
Bobby Parnell (H, 4)0.12000002.45
Matt Strahm (H, 4)0.10000003.86
Kelvin Herrera (BS, 1)2.02110002.00
Joakim Soria (W, 1-0)3.03110001.29
TEAM TOTALS13.01144261
WP: Strahm (1)
Texas Rangers
Tyson Ross5.05112403.16
Jake Diekman (H, 2)2.00000003.00
Matt Bush (H, 3)0.12220009.00
Sam Dyson (BS, 3)3.02110304.38
Keone Kela1.21001305.19
Jeremy Jeffress (L, 0-1)1.04221106.75
TEAM TOTALS13.014664110
WP: Jeffress (1)
Dynasty: kram438
08:06 PM - August 12, 2018. Written by kram438
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Paulo Orlando led off Friday's game with a solo home run, and the host Rangers answered with three home runs of their own throughout the game, but the Royals emerged victorious again with another impressive offensive performance in game two, beating Texas 8-6 at Globe Life Park.

Kansas City's (10-6) victory was a near mirror image to Thursday's series-opening win. Orlando's first-inning shot gave the Royals a 1-0 first-inning lead for the second straight day, and a big third inning made it 4-1 early, after Mike Napoli's solo shot in the second had tied it at 1-1, like the score was after the first on Thursday. But it was their three-run sixth that put them ahead for good and held off a Texas rally.

The Royals logged hit after hit after hit in the sixth, chasing starter Cole Hamels (0-3) and even teeing off against reliever Alex Claudio before the inning was finally ended. Then came back-to-back homers by Rougned Odor and Adrian Beltre in the bottom of the sixth, followed by a three-run seventh by the Rangers that made it 7-6. Texas had the tying run on second and just one out with Beltre at bat in the seventh, but Odor was picked off and one pitch later Beltre grounded out to end the threat.

The Rangers will try to salvage a split in the series starting Saturday with Tyson Ross on the mound against Jason Hammel.

Kansas City Royals at Texas Rangers
Apr 21, 2017123456789RHE
Kansas City (10-6)1030030108130
Texas (6-11)0100023006130
W: Danny Duffy (2-1) L: Cole Hamels (0-3) S: Kelvin Herrera (6)
Kansas City Royals
Paulo Orlando, RF5231011.250
Alcides Escobar, SS5000000.180
Lorenzo Cain, CF4221000.286
Eric Hosmer, 1B4122000.266
Alex Gordon, LF4221000.333
Salvador Perez, C4011010.236
Mike Moustakas, 3B4011000.263
Cheslor Cuthbert, DH4011010.381
Whit Merrifield, 2B4110010.315
TEAM TOTALS388138041
2B: Hosmer (6), Perez (3)
HR: Orlando (2)
RBI: Moustakas (13), Cain (8), Hosmer 2 (16), Perez (8), Gordon (12), Cuthbert (1), Orlando (2)
GIDP: Escobar, Merrifield
SB: Cain (3)
Texas Rangers
Delino DeShields Jr., LF5130000.317
Elvis Andrus, SS5111000.311
Rougned Odor, 2B4123001.377
Adrian Beltre, 3B4111001.152
Jonathan Lucroy, C4020000.293
Carlos Gomez, CF4010020.230
Mike Napoli, 1B4111011.233
Shin-Soo Choo, RF4010000.339
Robinson Chirinos, DH3010010.125
Nomar Mazara, PR-DH1100000.327
TEAM TOTALS386136043
2B: Odor (3), Lucroy (2)
HR: Beltre (3), Napoli (3), Odor (7)
RBI: Beltre (5), Napoli (6), Odor 3 (12), Andrus (10)
SB: Gomez (2), DeShields Jr. (4)
CS: DeShields Jr. (4)
Kansas City Royals
Danny Duffy (W, 2-1)6.110550234.94
Jason Vargas0.02110003.31
Seth Maness (H, 3)0.20000000.00
Joakim Soria (H, 4)1.01000200.00
Kelvin Herrera (S, 6)1.00000001.29
TEAM TOTALS9.01366043
Texas Rangers
Cole Hamels (L, 0-3)5.06550114.68
Alex Claudio2.17330005.87
Jake Diekman0.20000104.50
Jeremy Jeffress1.00000204.76
TEAM TOTALS9.01388041
WP: Hamels (3)
Dynasty: kram438
12:46 PM - August 12, 2018. Written by kram438
Every single player in the Kansas City lineup had at least one hit Thursday as the Royals racked up six extra-base hits, including two home runs, for seven runs on 14 hits to beat the host Texas Rangers, 7-1, in the opener of a four-game series at Globe Life Park.

The Royals (9-6) got to Texas No. 1 starter Yu Darvish (2-2) in the third inning, scoring four runs to break open what was a 1-1 game at the time. Alex Gordon's two-run home run capped the rally. Mike Moustakas put the icing on the cake with another two-run homer in the eighth off of Texas reliever Tanner Scheppers. It was the second straight outing that Scheppers had allowed a HR.

Five Royals recorded multi-hit games as KC collected four doubles to go with its two long balls. It was the second time in three games the Rangers gave up multiple home runs and at least seven runs in a game.

Texas did well to answer in the first inning after back-to-back doubles in the top half of the inning gave Kansas City an early 1-0 lead. Delino DeShields led the game off with an infield single, stole second base, moved over to third on a groundout and scored on a two-out opposite-field bloop single by Rougned Odor to tie the game at 1-1.

Kansas City Royals at Texas Rangers
Apr 20, 2017123456789RHE
Kansas City (9-6)1040000207140
Texas (6-10)100000000190
W: Travis Wood (2-0) L: Yu Darvish (2-2)
Kansas City Royals
Delino DeShields Jr., LF4110010.278
Elvis Andrus, SS4010000.319
Adrian Beltre, 3B3010100.145
Rougned Odor, 2B4031010.369
Mike Napoli, 1B4000010.231
Carlos Gomez, CF4000010.228
Jonathan Lucroy, C4010000.278
Shin-Soo Choo, RF4020010.345
Robinson Chirinos, DH3000110.077
RBI: Odor (9)
SB: DeShields Jr. (3)
Texas Rangers
Lorenzo Cain, CF5110010.269
Paulo Orlando, RF5110010.218
Eric Hosmer, 1B4022000.250
Jorge Soler, DH5121000.348
Alex Gordon, LF4222011.320
Salvador Perez, C4010000.235
Mike Moustakas, 3B4112001.264
Alcides Escobar, SS4020000.196
Whit Merrifield, 2B4120000.320
TEAM TOTALS397147032
2B: Hosmer (5), Gordon (5), Orlando (4), Merrifield (4)
HR: Moustakas (7), Gordon (4)
RBI: Moustakas 2 (12), Hosmer 2 (14), Gordon 2 (11), Soler (6)
SF: Hosmer
GIDP: Soler
SB: Cain (3)
Kansas City Royals
Yu Darvish (L, 2-2)7.110660313.64
Tanner Scheppers0.12110012.38
Keone Kela1.12000006.43
TEAM TOTALS9.01477032
Texas Rangers
Travis Wood (W, 2-0)7.05112303.38
Seth Maness2.04000300.00
TEAM TOTALS9.0911260
Dynasty: kram438
Saturday, August 11, 2018
07:16 PM - August 11, 2018. Written by kram438
Texas lefty Martin Perez turned in his second straight quality start in Wednesday's series finale at Oakland, pitching into the eighth inning and scattering three hits with no walks as the Rangers clinched their second straight AL West Division series victory with a 3-2 win over the A's at Oakland Colesium.

Perez struck out three and retired the first 15 batters he faced in a row before finally giving up a leadoff single to Adam Rosales in the sixth inning to lose the perfect game bid. Single runs by the Rangers in the third and fifth innings gave them a 2-0 advantage, but it was Rougned Odor's eigth-inning 400-foot shot to the right-center field bleachers that gave Texas all it needed, making it 3-1 at the time.

The A's had the tying run on base in both the eigth and ninth innings, but relievers Matt Bush (hold) and Sam Dyson (save) helped get Perez his second straight victory.

The Rangers return to Arlington to host the Kansas City Royals in a four-game series starting Thursday.

Texas Rangers at Oakland Athletics
Apr 19, 2017123456789RHE
Texas (6-9)001010010390
Oakland (6-10)000001010240
W: Martin Perez (2-1) L: Sonny Gray (1-2) S: Sam Dyson (2)
Texas Rangers
Delino DeShields Jr., CF4020000.281
Elvis Andrus, SS4012010.323
Rougned Odor, 2B4111011.344
Nomar Mazara, DH4000020.333
Adrian Beltre, 3B4000020.136
Jonathan Lucroy, C4010010.280
Shin-Soo Choo, RF4010000.333
James Loney, 1B3220000.349
Joey Gallo, LF3010020.158
2B: DeShields Jr. (3)
HR: Odor (6)
RBI: Odor (8), Andrus 2 (9)
GIDP: Loney
CS: DeShields Jr. (3)
Oakland Athletics
Rajai Davis, CF4000000.250
Mark Canha, 1B4010010.279
Khris Davis, LF4000010.302
Marcus Semien, SS4000000.152
Ryon Healy, 3B4000000.288
Trevor Plouffe, DH3110000.237
Adam Rosales, 2B3121000.326
Joey Wendle, PR-2B0000000.000
Matt Joyce, CF2000000.160
Jed Lowrie, PH0000100.000
Stephen Vogt, RF0000000.289
Josh Phegley, C3001010.143
2B: Rosales (3)
RBI: Phegley (4), Rosales (8)
Texas Rangers
Martin Perez (W, 2-1)7.13220303.00
Matt Bush (H, 2)0.20001003.38
Sam Dyson (S, 2)1.01000004.82
TEAM TOTALS9.0422130
WP: Perez (1), Bush (3)
Oakland Athletics
Sonny Gray (L, 1-2)6.06220505.18
Daniel Coulombe1.01000106.75
Ryan Dull1.02110213.86
Liam Hendriks1.00000103.60
TEAM TOTALS9.0933091
Dynasty: kram438
06:38 PM - August 11, 2018. Written by kram438
The Oakland Athletics hit three home runs, had five extra-base hits, scored eight runs and had double-digit hits on the day as they beat the Texas Rangers, 8-2, to even their AL West Division three-game series.

Andrew Cashner (1-1) suffered his first loss of the season and saw his ERA balloon by nearly three runs after he surrendered seven earned runs on nine hits, including two long balls to Mark Canha and Khris Davis, in just 4 1/3 innings pitched. He entered the game with just a 1.17 ERA in his first two starts of the year.

Texas reliever Tanner Scheppers was also a victim of the A's (6-9) power on Tuesday, giving up a solo shot in the seventh to Adam Rosales after he had entered the game with a miniscule 1.00 ERA.

Delino DeShields Jr. walked twice and scored both of the Rangers' runs from the leadoff spot, doing a good job of filling his role. Several Rangers were given the day off Tuesday, including starters Rougned Odor, Shin-Soo Choo and Jonathan Lucroy.

The regular starting lineup will be back tomorrow as the Rangers look to win their second straight series against division competition.

Texas Rangers at Oakland Athletics
Apr 18, 2017123456789RHE
Texas (5-9)100010000240
Oakland (6-9)04012010X8101
W: Chris Bassitt (2-1) L: Andrew Cashner (1-1)
Texas Rangers
Delino DeShields Jr., SS3200210.250
Carlos Gomez, CF3000100.245
Adrian Beltre, 3B3001010.145
Nomar Mazara, DH4010010.360
Mike Napoli, LF2000210.273
Jared Hoying, RF4011010.235
James Loney, 1B4010000.325
Joey Gallo, 2B4000020.125
Robinson Chirinos, C4010010.100
RBI: Beltre (4), Hoying (2)
HBP: Beltre
GIDP: Chirinos
SB: DeShields Jr. (2)
Oakland Athletics
Marcus Semien, SS5011010.161
Alejandro De Aza, RF2110200.242
Khris Davis, LF4112001.322
Mark Canha, 1B4231001.281
Ryon Healy, DH4100000.309
Stephen Vogt, C4121010.289
Trevor Plouffe, 3B4000020.232
Adam Rosales, 2B2111211.300
Matt Joyce, CF3112000.174
TEAM TOTALS328108453
2B: Joyce (2), De Aza (2)
HR: Davis (2), Rosales (3), Canha (4)
RBI: Vogt (5), Davis 2 (6), Joyce 2 (4), Semien (6), Rosales (7), Canha (6)
HBP: Joyce
GIDP: Davis, Joyce
E: Bassitt (2)
Texas Rangers
Andrew Cashner (L, 1-1)4.19771224.12
Jeremy Jeffress1.20002105.79
Tanner Scheppers2.01111211.64
TEAM TOTALS8.01088453
WP: Cashner (1)
Oakland Athletics
Chris Bassitt (W, 2-1)5.02214302.00
Liam Hendriks (H, 1)2.12001304.00
Ryan Dull1.20000203.24
TEAM TOTALS9.0421580
Dynasty: kram438
Friday, August 10, 2018
01:08 AM - August 10, 2018. Written by korndogg8323
Houston Astros at Cleveland Indians
Jun 5, 2018123456789RHE
Houston (30-31)1101000104100
Cleveland (47-11)01061112X12191
W: Mike Clevinger (7-2) L: Dallas Keuchel (9-2)
Scoring Summary
HOU1Reddick reached on an error. Altuve scored. Correa to second.10
HOU2Altuve doubled to left. Gurriel scored.20
CLE2Encarnacion homered to right center.21
HOU4Dickerson doubled down the left field line. Gurriel scored.31
CLE4Santana homered to left.32
CLE4Diaz singled to right center. Encarnacion scored. Ramirez to third.33
CLE4Almonte singled to center. Ramirez scored. Diaz to second.34
CLE4Lindor doubled to right center. Diaz scored. Almonte to third.35
CLE4Gentry doubled down the left field line. Almonte and Lindor scored.37
CLE5Encarnacion homered to left center.38
CLE6Santana hit a sacrifice fly to center. Lindor scored.39
CLE7Gomes doubled to left. Diaz scored.310
HOU8Gurriel singled to center. Bregman scored.410
CLE8Encarnacion homered to center. Santana scored.412
Houston Astros
2B: Bregman (16), Dickerson (4), Gurriel (9), Altuve (14)
RBI: Dickerson (23), Reddick (17), Gurriel (19), Altuve (15)
Cleveland Indians
2B: Gomes (1), Diaz (1), Gentry (2), Lindor 2 (5)
HR: Santana (11), Encarnacion 3 (23)
RBI: Gomes (4), Santana 2 (36), Encarnacion 4 (59), Diaz (2), Almonte (9), Gentry 2 (7), Lindor (20)
HBP: Lindor (by Musgrove)
SF: Santana
GIDP: Lindor
E: Ramirez (2)
Houston Astros
Keuchel (L, 9-2)3.18771022.68
TEAM TOTALS8.0191212144
Cleveland Indians
Clevinger (W, 7-2)7.083311102.71
TEAM TOTALS9.010442120
WP: Clevinger (3)
Dynasty: korndogg8323
Thursday, August 9, 2018
01:40 PM - August 9, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers
Aug 18, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (0-2)03306
Los Angeles Chargers (2-0)6100319
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense322330
Rushing Yards10674
Passing Yards216256
First Downs1411
Punt Return Yards3349
Kick Return Yards8526
Total Yards440405
3rd Down Conversion2-14 (14%)6-19 (31%)
4th Down Conversion1-2 (50%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-4 (25%)2-3 (66%)
Posession Time27:1132:49
Scoring Summary
8:03(LAC) Caleb Sturgis 52 Yd FG03
1:59(LAC) Caleb Sturgis 19 Yd FG06
9:27(LAC) Keenan Allen 71 Yd pass from Philip Rivers (Caleb Sturgis Kick)013
5:05(LAC) Caleb Sturgis 50 Yd FG016
0:00(SEA) Sebastian Janikowski 29 Yd FG316
7:13(SEA) Jason Myers 49 Yd FG616
1:56(LAC) Caleb Sturgis 37 Yd FG619
Seattle Seahawks
Alex McGough9/2013202
Russell Wilson6/128302
Austin Davis4/96201
Chris Carson6325.30
Alex McGough12424.00
C.J. Prosise3227.30
Russell Wilson2157.50
Mike Davis294.50
Austin Davis155.00
J.D. McKissic111.00
Rashaad Penny2-2-2.00
Brandon Marshall25427.00
Jaron Brown35217.30
David Moore44511.20
J.D. McKissic13737.00
Marcus Johnson22613.00
Orson Charles22412.00
Doug Baldwin3217.00
Nick Vannett2189.00
Jacob Pugh80.000
D.J. Alexander70.000
Bobby Wagner61.000
Shamar Stephen51.000
Justin Coleman50.000
Nazair Jones50.000
Barkevious Mingo41.000
Dion Jordan30.500
Marcus Smith II31.000
K.J. Wright20.510
Sebastian Janikowski1/10/0329
Jason Myers1/10/0349
Michael Dickson529759.42
Jon Ryan28140.50
Tyler Lockett23919.50
Marcus Johnson12525.00
Keenan Reynolds12121.00
Keenan Reynolds2147.00
Tyler Lockett11010.00
Marcus Johnson199.00
Los Angeles Chargers
Philip Rivers11/2020211
Geno Smith9/169100
Melvin Gordon III15422.80
Austin Ekeler10202.00
Justin Jackson3103.30
Derek Watt133.00
Geno Smith1-1-1.00
Keenan Allen39030.01
Tyrell Williams45313.20
Nelson Spruce44611.50
Virgil Green33210.60
Braedon Bowman33010.00
Melvin Gordon III12727.00
Austin Ekeler188.00
Mike Williams177.00
Desmond King70.020
Kyle Emanuel61.000
Jahleel Addae60.010
Denzel Perryman60.000
Jaylen Watkins50.000
Uchenna Nwosu42.000
Casey Hayward Jr.31.000
Joey Bosa31.000
Corey Liuget31.000
Jatavis Brown31.000
Trevor Williams20.010
Melvin Ingram III11.000
Derwin James00.010
Caleb Sturgis4/51/11352
Drew Kaser841242.23
Desmond King12626.00
Travis Benjamin44210.50
Artavis Scott17.000
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
03:33 PM - August 7, 2018. Written by glenzariczny
Seahawks Drop Preseason Slop Fest

Seahawks offense can't get going in rain squall in loss to Colts

Seattle - The Seahawks 2018 campaign got off to a very rocky start on Thursday night, as heavy rains derailed much offense happening on either side, but Seattle looked much the worse of the two teams at handling the conditions in a 15-5 defeat to the Indianapolis Colts. Granted there was not too much to panic about long term, as the regular starters each saw only one series each. Russell Wilson's only throw of the game was intercepted however as he appeared to get mixed up with new receiver Brandon Marshall on a route. Coach Pete Carroll didn't seem overly concerned when asked about it after the game though, stating. "That's what the preseason is for, is to get those kinks out of the way. Both those guys are veterans and they'll get it fixed." As if the anemic offensive showing wasn't bad enough, Seattle also suffered some injuries, most notably to off season sensation Shaquem Griffin, who after an X-Ray appears to have some broken ribs that will keep him out of action for at least the remainder of the preseason. On top of that, another rookie Will Dissly will be out even longer with a broken clavicle. Expect a few roster moves to be coming for Seattle this week to fill those holes left by the injuries.

Up Next: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers - Stubhub Center, Carson, CA - Aug 18th, 7pm

Indianapolis Colts at Seattle Seahawks
Aug 9, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (1-0)333615
Seattle Seahawks (0-1)00235
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense382103
Rushing Yards10366
Passing Yards27937
First Downs198
Punt Return Yards035
Kick Return Yards3950
Total Yards421188
3rd Down Conversion10-21 (47%)2-11 (18%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-5 (80%)1-1 (100%)
Posession Time38:4221:18
Scoring Summary
7:57(IND) Adam Vinatieri 23 Yd FG30
5:23(IND) Adam Vinatieri 26 Yd FG60
10:38(IND) Adam Vinatieri 30 Yd FG90
7:35(SEA) Team Safety92
14:48(SEA) Jason Myers 31 Yd FG95
10:44(IND) Adam Vinatieri 52 Yd FG125
2:56(IND) Adam Vinatieri 21 Yd FG155
Indianapolis Colts
Brad Kaaya15/2514200
Jacoby Brissett7/88200
Andrew Luck7/87800
Robert Turbin15422.80
Brad Kayya3206.60
Nyheim Hines8192.30
Marlon Mack7101.40
Christine Michael5102.00
Jacoby Brissett122.00
Kasen Williams46215.50
Ross Travis44411.00
Chester Rogers23819.00
Robert Turbin4379.20
T.Y. Hilton23015.00
Reece Fountain22311.50
Nyheim Hines3237.60
Deon Cain3196.30
Christine Michael188.00
Jack Doyle284.00
Anthony Walker Jr.90.000
Nate Hairston81.000
Jabaal Sheard52.000
T.J. Green40.020
Denico Autry30.500
John Simon11.000
Tyquan Lewis10.500
Matthias Farley00.010
Adam Vinatieri5/50/01552
Rigoberto Sanchez526452.81
Josh Ferguson12121.00
Nyheim Hines11818.00
Seattle Seahawks
Austin Davis10/236300
Alex McGough1/7302
Russell Wilson0/1001
Rashaad Penny3175.60
Alex McGough11717.00
Mike Davis4164.00
Chris Carson3155.00
C.J. Prosise310.30
David Moore3227.30
Nick Vannett11515.00
Jalston Fowler11010.00
Amara Darboh188.00
J.D. McKissic263.00
Jaron Brown155.00
Duane Brown155.00
Chris Carson1-5-5.00
Tedric Thompson100.000
D.J. Alexander102.000
Rasheem Green80.000
Shaquem Griffin70.000
Shamar Stephen41.000
Jason Myers1/10/0331
Jon Ryan421052.53
Michael Dickson319866.02
Marcus Johnson12020.00
Jalston Fowler11515.00
Keenan Reynolds11515.00
Keenan Reynolds22110.50
Tyler Lockett11414.00
Dynasty: glenzariczny

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