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2023.06.09 12:11 BruteSentiment Daily Minors Quick-Notes 6/8/23 - Matos finds his Power

Daily Minors Quick-Notes 6/8/23 - Matos finds his Power
Luis Matos may have found his power his been missing in Sacramento, hitting a home run in his second straight game. Mason Black had his best start in Richmond. And Guillermo Williamson had a big game in the AZL.

AAA: Sacramento 4, Las Vegas 3

Sacramento Notes:
  • The River Cats pulled out a back-and-forth game, as the teams traded single runs throughout the game. It came down to the Cats leading 3-2, but Las Vegas tied the game with a run on a fielder’s choice in the 9th. But with one out in the 9th, and a runner on second, Tyler Fitzgerald hit a flyball to left-center that saw the fielders collide, and drop the ball, allowing the walkoff run to come in on the error.
  • Has Luis Matos found his power? He went 2-for-4 with a double and a home run. That’s two home runs in as many days, and now in 20 games at Sacramento, he’s hit .380/.412/.587, with six doubles, two triples, and three home runs.
  • Also hitting a home run was left fielder Will Wilson, on a 1-for-3 day. That was Wilson’s seventh home run of the season, in his 57th game. Wilson has a batting line of just .211/.280/.363 on the season, with eight doubles and seven home runs.
  • Third baseman David Villar went 3-for-4 with a double, his fourth since returning to Sacramento. Villar is batting .333/.426/.614, with four doubles and four home runs, and with ten walks to 16 strikeouts over 15 games.
  • Shortstop Tyler Fitzgerald went 2-for-5 with a pair of singles. That’s three straight 2-hit games for Fitzgerald, which has raised his Sacramento batting average from .302 to .320. He’s got five doubles, one triple, and three home runs.
  • Catcher Joey Bart’s difficult rehab continued with an 0-for-4 day with three strikeouts. That takes Bart down to hitting just 2-for-21 (.095) over six games with 11 strikeouts in this rehab stint.
  • Pitcher Phoenix Sanders made his first start of the season, and gave up a run in 2.0 innings, allowing two hits and a walk, with two strikeouts. Sanders now has a 15.63 ERA after six appearances, with seven walks to five strikeouts in 6.1 innings.
  • Reliever Joey Marciano struck out four in 1.1 innings, giving up only a HBP. It’s the most strikeouts Marciano has had since May 9th. He now has 36 strikeouts to 27 walks with 28.1 innings.
  • Erik Miller gave up an unearned run on no hits and two walks, with two strikeouts in 1.1 innings. Miller’s got 23 strikeouts to 12 walks in 17.0 innings, and nudged his ERA down to 2.12.

AA: Richmond 2, Altoona 0

Richmond Notes:
  • You don’t get pitcher’s duels like this one very often. Mason Black gave up two hits, a HBP, and nothing else in 4.0 innings, and those were the only baserunners given up by Richmond all game. Meanwhile Brandon Martorano hit a home run in the 7th inning to give Richmond a 1-0 lead, while a Simon Whiteman RBI single in the 8th gave them an unneeded run of insurance.
  • The big hit was by catcher Brandon Martorano, who was 1-for-4 with his first Double-A home run in his return to the level. Martorano went down with an injury in late April, and made two rehab appearances in Arizona on June 5-6. He was 1-for-4 in each of those games just like today, but this time he hit a home run. In ten total games at Double-A, he’s batting .143/.324/.286 with one double and one home run, and eight walks to 14 strikeouts.
  • Center fielder Simon Whiteman went 1-for-3. In 45 games, Whiteman has just a .209 batting average and a .302 on-base percentage.
  • The other Richmond hit belonged to Carter Williams, who was also 1-for-3 with a stolen base, leading to the team’s second run. It’s Williams’ third stolen base in his fourth attempt. He’s batting .257/.309/.407 in 34 games at Double-A.
  • Mason Black had one of his best starts, notching six strikeouts and allowing only the two hits and a HBP in 4.0 innings. That bumps his ERA down to 5.31 after 11 games, and he now has 51 strikeouts to 15 walks in 40.2 innings.
  • Wil Jensen struck out four in 3.0 innings without allowing a baserunner. It was his best outing of the year, pushing his ERA down to 2.97, and gives him 41 strikeouts against 15 walks in 33.1 innings.
  • In his second game at Double-A, José Cruz had a great start, striking out three in 2.0 innings. He gave up two runs in an inning in his first appearance. He now has four strikeouts to one walk and two hits in 3.0 innings.

High-A: Eugene 10, Tri-City 5

Eugene Notes:
  • The Emeralds blew out the Dust Devils, with two big early rallies. A Victor Bericoto 2-run double highlighted a 5-run 2nd inning. That was followed by an Edison Mora triple highlighting a 3-run 3rd inning, putting Eugene up 8-4 early, and never looking back as they would win 10-5.
  • Victor Bericoto went 3-for-5 with two doubles, giving him ten on the season. It’s Bericoto’s second straight 3-hit game, as he has boosted his batting average from .285 to .305 over those two games. He now has ten doubles, a triple, and nine home runs.
  • Center fielder Grant McCray was 3-for-5 with a triple, and picked up two stolen bases. It’s McCray’s third game with at least three hits this season, and fifth game with multiple stolen bases. McCray now has 23 steals in 28 attempts over 51 games on the season.
  • Second baseman Edison Mora went 2-for-4 with a strikeout, and his first triple of the season. After six straight hitless games, Mora is 5-for-12 (.417) over his last three games with two doubles, a triple, and a home run. His overall batting line is still just .160/.236/.320.
  • Starting pitcher John Bertrand struggled, giving up a season-high five runs on six hits and a season-high four walks in 3.1 innings, striking out just three. His High-A ERA is now at 5.18, with 19 strikeouts to seven walks in 24.1 innings.
  • Reliever Ben Madison struck out four in 1.2 innings, allowing only one walk, although he threw two wild pitches. He shaved his ERA down to 3.90, the lowest it’s been since April 23rd. He has 46 strikeouts to 17 walks in 27.2 innings.

Low-A: San Jose 6, Visalia 4
San Jose Notes:
  • A strong start by Gerelmi Maldonado led to a San Jose win. By the time Visalia got on the board, San Jose was up 4-0. Visalia would tie it up, but in the 7th inning, Anthony Rodriguez hit a 2-run double to give the Giants the win.
  • Matt Higgins had the lone San Jose home run, going 1-for-5 with his seventh home run of the season. It’s Higgins’ first home run since May 21st. To go with the seven home runs, Higgins has ten doubles and a triple, to go with a batting line of .290/.371/.485.
  • Second baseman Thomas Gavello was 2-for-4 with a double, his eighth of the season. Gavello has a batting line of .271/.421/.493 with eight doubles, a triple, and seven home runs. He has 52 strikeouts to 17 walks in 39 games.
  • Third baseman Anthony Rodriguez went 1-for-3 with a double and a walk. After seven games, Rodriguez now has four doubles and a triple, with two walks to nine strikeouts. Rodriguez’s batting line is now .357/.419/.571.
  • Shortstop Jose Ramos was 1-for-4, but picked up three stolen bases. That gives him 16 steals in 17 attempts in 47 games. He’s close to his total of last season, when he had 22 steals in 23 attempts in 49 DSL games. Ramos has a batting line of just .213/.313/.331 after 47 games.
  • Starting pitcher Gerelmi Maldonado went 4.0 shutout innings, on one hit and one walk, with three strikeouts and a wild pitch. Maldonado hasn’t given up any earned runs in his last three games, a span of 12.0 innings. He has a 3.75 ERA with 40 strikeouts to 24 walks in 36.0 innings.

ACL: ACL Dodgers 13, ACL Giants Black 12

ACL Giants Black Notes:
  • Left fielder Guillermo Williamson led the way in this game, going 2-for-5 with two home runs, including a grand slam. Those are his first two home runs in three games so far this season, and the 19-year old is batting .455/.500/1.091 to start the young season.
  • DH Nomar Diaz led the team in hitting, going 3-for-5 with a triple. Diaz is 3-for-8 (.375) in two games so far, with the triple as his first extra-base hit.
  • Catcher Cesar Gonzalez, going 1-for-5 with his first triple of the season. The 22-year old is 2-for-8 (.250) in two games, with a double and a triple, giving him a .625 slugging percentage.
  • Center fielder Cesar Quintas had a perfect on-base day, going 2-for-2 with two walks, a double, and a HBP. After three games, Quintas is 4-for-7 with five walks and a strikeout.
  • Ryan Reckley was 1-for-6 with three strikeouts, a stolen base, and three errors. That is four errors in 24.0 innings after three games for Reckley. He’s 2-for-13 (.154) to start the season.
  • Mauricio Llovera had another rehab start, giving up a run in one inning on two hits, and striking out three. He has five strikeouts and no walks in 2.0 innings in his rehab so far.

ACL Giants Orange: Scheduled Day Off

DSL: DSL Giants Black 10, DSL Giants Orange 6

DSL Giants Black Notes:
  • Shortstop Samuel Rodriguez was 2-for-4 with a walk, and his second double of the young season. He also got caught stealing and gave up an error. The 19-year old is batting .385/.429/.538 after three games, with two doubles.
  • First baseman Eduardo Montero went 2-for-4 with a strikeout, and his first double of the season in his first game of the year.
  • Center fielder Rayner Arias was 2-for-4 with a walk in his third game. After three games, he’s 5-for-13 (.385) with a home run, and two walks to two strikeouts.
  • DH Yosneiker Rivas was 1-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base. It’s been a slow start for him hitting, as he’s just 2-for-11 (.182), but he has five walks to one strikeout, leading to a .438 on-base percentage.
  • Starting pitcher Carlos Rangel gave up two runs, one earned, over 4.0 innings. He gave up five hits and two walks, with two strikeouts and a wild pitch. It’s the 19-year old’s first start. Rangel made eight appearances in 2022, all in relief, where he had a 9.82 ERA and just nine strikeouts to 11 walks in 7.1 innings.
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
  • Left fielder Angel Guzman led the team in hitting, going 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles. That gives the 17-year old four doubles in just three games, and is batting .462 with a .769 slugging percentage already.
  • DH Jose Astudillo went 2-for-4 with a double and a walk. The double was his first of the season, as the 19-year old has started his third season in the DSL by going 7-for-12 (.583) with a walk to no strikeouts, and with a steal.
  • Second baseman Anthony Tandron was 2-for-5 with his first double and first stolen base of the season. After three games, the 17-year old is 4-for-11 (.364) with a double, and two walks to two strikeouts. He has one steal in two attempts so far.
  • Right fielder Luis Frias was 2-for-5 with a steal and got caught stealing. The 18-year old now has four steals in five attempts, and has gone 5-for-15 (.333) to begin the season.
  • Starter Jose Rengel (not to be confused with the Black team’s Carlos Rangel) gave up three runs in his 2.1 innings, on three hits and a walk, with four strikeouts. It was the 17-year old Venezuelan’s first start.
  • Reliever Moises Gonzalez struck out four with just one walk allowed in 2.0 innings It’s a great bounceback for Gonzalez, who gave up three runs in just a third of an inning in his first appearance of the year.
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2023.06.09 06:16 Afluffygrue Fuck /u/spez. final version of my oft posted personal recommendations

You’ve seen the Going Dark API posts. I’m out. I’ll be using an app to nuke my content from Reddit at the end of the month. Save this or don’t.
Personal Arizona cannabis recommendations
Based on comments from
Updated 2023-06-08


ROSIN carts (use ≤ 2.0v, let cool between)


RESIN + CDT carts (“Live”)

BUDGET carts (cheap, distillate)

ROSIN jars




FLOWER budget 1, 2, 2



AVOID dispensaries


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2023.06.09 01:57 th3raid0r A potential blueprint for city/state subreddits moving to lemmy - ${YourCity/StateHere}.social

Hi All,
With Reddit not appearing to back down on their decision, I've taken it upon myself to give my primary reddit community of /Tucson a second home at I think some of you can make similar steps for your own communities (though it's likely to be more expensive, costs way less to own than or which seem to cost almost $900 a year just for the name).
That doesn't mean this is insurmountable, these domains can be crowdfunded. Or a benevolent person can swoop in and buy it before someone else does - kinda like what I did.
From here I aim to have the Lemmy instance available by the blackout next week so we can continue to chat, post sunset photos, and argue about the best Sonoran dogs even while reddit is "down". The point of this entire action is to use a blackout to show people that community built solutions can work.
Here's my /Tucson post to see where I'm going with this. Hopefully it can be a blueprint for other city communities.
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2023.06.09 01:11 ICantThinkOfAName759 What are these yellow areas on the map? Are they danger zones?

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2023.06.08 23:51 Banana_Ron Worlds Largest Geocaching Adventure 🍌

Worlds Largest Geocaching Adventure 🍌
Hey everyone!
I've just completed what I believe to be the most epic geocaching adventure ever.
I embarked on a journey across the entire United States, covering a staggering distance of 5,400 miles, all without using paved roads. Each day, over a span of 28 days, I made it a mission to hide a golden banana in a special ammo can at the most breathtaking locations I stumbled upon.
I documented my entire adventure through daily vlogs, which you can easily find by searching "Banana Ron" on YouTube.
Exciting news! Tomorrow night, I'll be releasing a captivating 4-hour time-lapse video that showcases all 28 GPS locations. It's going to be a mesmerizing visual experience you won't want to miss.
If you happen to own a 4-wheel drive vehicle, consider this your ultimate adventure invitation.
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2023.06.08 22:48 DeusExceed [WTS] US-AZ - Modified TAG-15 GL Location: Tucson, Arizona (Freedom Airsoft) Price: $450 Shipped + PP Fee/$425 Pick up Payment Method: Paypal G&S, Cash (local) Condition: Good Description: Selling a VERY old TAG-15 Launcher. Fun thing with this is it's only CO2 Powered, no HPA Conversion kit however it does not require gas shells or ML36 cartridges. Simply push the round in from the front of the launcher and send it out to your target. Previous owner has modified it slightly so it may fit on a 105 or similar length rather than requiring an AKM or 74 length to use. All seals are currently solid on it but from what I've heard these do have a tendency to start leaking after a few dozen shots.
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2023.06.08 22:30 lolabearsky Locator 35 routine timeline

Hello. My last week and a half journey of constantly reading posts in this group is over. I got my passport today and wanted to share the timeline with the others in case it helps anyone. Mailed application with routine processing on 3/16, status went “in process” 3/22, status changed to “approved” on 6/7, received passport in the mail today 6/8. I’m in Arizona and the passport came from Tucson AZ, that’s why the shipping time was so quick…Good luck everyone!
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2023.06.08 18:19 xRiceCakesxx [WTS-US] Cool Bear V1 ($120 SHIPPED)

[WTS-US] Cool Bear V1 ($120 SHIPPED)
[WTS-US] Cool Bear V1 ($120 SHIPPED)
Brand NEW Blue Delrin Cool Bear Top, 7mm Stainless steal shaft, Removable Black Delrin Collar. Approx 14.5mm Delrin Actuator. ST-35 Blue Rubber Grommet. Gersung A3 Microswitches. BONUS Cool bear cookie cutter.
Condition: I bought second hand and it had light to medium use at the time. I did not use the lever when it was in my possession. Light scratches on the removable full collar. (Might be hidden depending on the case installed in.)
Located in Tucson, Arizona
Price listed is for shipping in the continental US. I'm open to shipping ouside of the continental US if buyer pays shipping.
Payment in PayPal F&F. Payment in Goods and Services (Buyer will cover fees)
(Fox NOT included)
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2023.06.08 17:17 gopchang_purrito 33 looking for texting long-term bros

Currently living in Tucson, Arizona originally from Los Angeles, California looking for a bro or two to chat / connect with. Professional, well-traveled, trilingual (ES, BR-PT, EN), have lived in a handful of countries and traveled to a few more, 24, in Asia, South America, North America l, and Europe.
Some of my interests: biking, photography, hiking, concerts / Eurovision, backpacking, languages, history, a good beer or coffee, movies, a good Rugby Union match. Shoot me a message if you’re around my age or older and think we may have a few things in common. It’d be great if you could hold a decent convo and go beyond a “sup” or “whats up” if you do DM. Don’t use SC nor planning on making space on my phone for it.
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2023.06.08 15:55 Top-Total692 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in Sacramento Hiring Now!

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Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in sacramento. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.06.08 05:59 coffeelover18 Starbucks U of A “Been There” Mugs

I am an alumni and currently live in Phoenix but I was wondering if any of the Starbucks in Tucson sell the U of Arizona Been there mugs? Thank you!!
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2023.06.08 04:14 Resident-Ad730 I found these on a branch outside in Tucson Arizona. Any clue as to what species they are? I've never seen them before!

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2023.06.08 03:05 TheDuzzyFuckling A Breakdown of the Splash Hits at Pac Bell/SBC/AT&T/Oracle Park

A Breakdown of the Splash Hits at Pac Bell/SBC/AT&T/Oracle Park
On Friday, June 2nd, 2023, Giants' first baseman Lamonte Wade, Jr. smoked the opening pitch of the game into McCovey Cove to take a 1-0 lead over the visiting Orioles. The historic home run was the 100th round tripper hit into the water by a Giants player since the best stadium in baseball (sorry Pittsburgh) opened in the year 2000.
While I found helpful data sources on and Baseball Almanac, I wanted to dig a little deeper into Splash Hit data by both the Giants and opposing teams, specifically because I knew Barry Bonds had the most waterballs, but I had NO idea who was #2. Let me throw some fun facts at you first - these will be great trivia questions for the other, more offline baseball fans in your life.

Splash Hit Fun Facts

  • While Giants players have now combined for 100 Splash Hits, all other opposing teams have combined for 55
  • Joc Pederson and Ryan Klesko are the only two players to have Splash Hits as members of the Giants and another team - the Dodgers and Cubs for Joc, and the Padres for Klesko
  • Including Joc, four players have hit more than one Splash Hit as members of more than one other organization - the others are Adam Laroche with the Diamondbacks and Pirates, Bryce Harper with the Nats and Phillies, and Carlos Delgado with the Mets and Marlins
  • The Diamondbacks are the opposing team that has hit the most Splash Hits with 8
  • No player on the Guardians, Tigers, Royals, Twins, Orioles, Yankees, Rays, Blue Jays, A's, or Mariners has hit one yet, mostly due to limited appearances in San Francisco (not the A's though, they just suck)
  • Tim Lincecum is the Giants pitcher who has given up the most opposing Splash Hits with 5, and ten other pitchers are tied for second with two
  • Barry Bonds hit the first Giants Splash Hit on 5/1/2000, while Todd Hundley of the Angels was the first opponent to hit one two months later on 6/30/2000
  • No right-handed hitter has ever clubbed a Splash Hit, although Buster Posey came close a few times
  • EXTREMELY GOOD TRIVIA QUESTION ALERT: Who was the second Giant after Bonds to hit one into the cove? Utilityman Felipe Crespo, who bounced around the league for five years, amassing ten career home runs... 20% wet dongs isn't bad.

Splash Hits by Giants Player

Here is the graph showing the top thirteen Splash Hit bombers for the Giants. No surprise that Barry Bonds is alone at the top (and will probably stay there until we get Ohtani next season).
Take a shot if you thought you'd see Aubrey Huff in this post.
I was pretty surprised that Brandon Belt was #2, considering that he never achieved the power numbers it seemed like he could. Regardless, hitting almost one Splash Hit per year as a Giant was enough to get him there. It's great to see current players Yaz, Lamonte, and Joc moving up each season, and I think Joc will take #2 from Belt if he stays a few more years.


Giants Splash Hits
Splash Hit Batter Date Pitcher
1 Barry Bonds 5/1/2000 Rich Rodriguez
2 Barry Bonds 5/10/2000 Andy Benes
3 Barry Bonds 5/10/2000 Heathcliff Slocumb
4 Barry Bonds 5/24/2000 Mike Thurman
5 Barry Bonds 7/19/2000 Brian Meadows
6 Barry Bonds 9/20/2000 Steve Parris
7 Barry Bonds 4/17/2001 Terry Adams
8 Barry Bonds 4/18/2001 Chan Ho Park
9 Barry Bonds 5/24/2001 John Thomson
10 Felipe Crespo 5/28/2001 Bret Prinz
11 Barry Bonds 5/30/2001 Robert Ellis
12 Barry Bonds 6/12/2001 Pat Rapp
13 Felipe Crespo 7/28/2001 Curtis Leskanic
14 Barry Bonds 8/4/2001 Nelson Figueroa
15 Barry Bonds 8/14/2001 Ricky Bones
16 Barry Bonds 8/31/2001 John Thomson
17 Barry Bonds 9/29/2001 Chuck McElroy
18 Barry Bonds 5/13/2002 Kevin Millwood
19 Barry Bonds 5/18/2002 Brad Penny
20 Barry Bonds 5/18/2002 Vic Darensbourg
21 Barry Bonds 9/8/2002 Brian Anderson
22 Barry Bonds 9/28/2002 Jeriome Robertson
23 Barry Bonds 10/12/2002 Chuck Finley
24 Barry Bonds 4/14/2003 Wade Miller
25 Barry Bonds 4/30/2003 Matt Clement
26 J.T. Snow 6/5/2003 Kyle Lohse
27 Barry Bonds 6/27/2003 Ted Lilly
28 Jose Cruz, Jr. 7/8/2003 Dan Haren
29 Barry Bonds 8/8/2003 Jose Mesa
30 Barry Bonds 8/19/2003 Ray King
31 Barry Bonds 9/13/2003 Doug Davis
32 Barry Bonds 4/12/2004 Matt Kinney
33 Barry Bonds 4/13/2004 Ben Ford
34 Michael Tucker 5/30/2004 Joe Kennedy
35 A.J. Pierzynski 7/6/2004 Denny Stark
36 Barry Bonds 7/30/2004 Chris Carpenter
37 Barry Bonds 8/3/2004 Cory Lidle
38 Michael Tucker 4/9/2005 Scott Dohmann
39 Randy Winn 9/14/2005 Woody Williams
40 Barry Bonds 9/18/2005 Hong-Chih Kuo
41 Barry Bonds 8/21/2006 Livan Hernandez
42 Barry Bonds 4/18/2007 Ryan Franklin
43 Ryan Klesko 5/21/2007 Trever Miller
44 Ryan Klesko 6/29/2007 Livan Hernandez
45 Barry Bonds 8/8/2007 Tim Redding
46 Fred Lewis 4/26/2008 Matt Belisle
47 John Bowker 7/2/2008 Ryan Dempster
48 Andres Torres 6/15/2009 John Lackey
49 Pablo Sandoval 7/30/2009 Rodrigo Lopez
50 Pablo Sandoval 8/29/2009 Jason Marquis
51 Aubrey Huff 5/1/2010 Rafael Betancourt
52 Aubrey Huff 6/16/2010 Jeremy Guthrie
53 Andres Torres 7/28/2010 Jorge Sosa
54 Pablo Sandoval 8/12/2010 Randy Wells
55 Pablo Sandoval 9/30/2010 Barry Enright
56 Pablo Sandoval 7/4/2011 Ernesto Frieri
57 Nate Schierholtz 7/8/2011 R.A. Dickey
58 Pablo Sandoval 8/31/2011 Rodrigo Lopez
59 Carlos Beltran 9/14/2011 Mat Latos
60 Brandon Belt 9/27/2011 Alex White
61 Brandon Belt 6/14/2012 Wandy Rodriguez
62 Brandon Belt 9/4/2012 Ian Kennedy
63 Pablo Sandoval 5/12/2013 Kris Medlen
64 Brandon Crawford 4/13/2014 Rex Brothers
65 Tyler Colvin 5/12/2014 Gavin Floyd
66 Brandon Crawford 5/14/2014 David Carpenter
67 Travis Ishikawa 9/12/2014 Kevin Correia
68 Brandon Belt 9/25/2014 Andrew Cashner
69 Brandon Belt 6/8/2016 David Price
70 Denard Span 6/13/2016 Chase Anderson
71 Denard Span 8/20/2016 Bartolo Colon
72 Brandon Belt 5/13/2017 Lisalverto Bonilla
73 Brandon Belt 6/10/2017 Jose Berrios
74 Denard Span 7/7/2017 Dan Straily
75 Denard Span 7/19/2017 Carlos Carrasco
76 Denard Span 9/11/2017 Kenta Maeda
77 Pablo Sandoval 4/4/2018 Felix Hernandez
78 Brandon Belt 5/15/2018 Tyler Mahle
79 Stephen Vogt 8/9/2019 Drew Smyly
80 Scooter Gennett 8/11/2019 Jake Arrieta
81 Brandon Belt 8/29/2019 Chris Paddack
82 Mike Yastrzemski 7/29/2020 Matt Strahm
83 Mike Yastrzemski 9/25/2020 Chris Paddack
84 Mike Yastrzemski 4/24/2021 Yimi Garcia
85 Brandon Crawford 4/27/2021 Daniel Bard
86 Steven Duggar 6/15/2021 Alex Young
87 Mike Yastrzemski 6/15/2021 Humberto Castellanos
88 Brandon Belt 6/19/2021 Aaron Nola
89 LaMonte Wade, Jr. 7/31/2021 Zack Greinke
90 Alex Dickerson 8/11/2021 Tyler Clippard
91 LaMonte Wade, Jr. 9/17/2021 Ian Anderson
92 Jason Vosler 4/30/2022 Erasmo Ramírez
93 Mike Yastrzemski 5/8/2022 Génesis Cabrera
94 Joc Pederson 5/24/2022 Drew Smith
95 LaMonte Wade, Jr. 7/17/2022 Jason Alexander
96 Joc Pederson 8/30/2022 Nick Martinez
97 Joc Pederson 9/2/2022 Kyle Gibson
98 LaMonte Wade, Jr. 4/8/2023 Brady Singe
99 Brandon Crawford 4/22/2023 David Peterson
100 LaMonte Wade, Jr. 6/2/2023 Dean Kremer
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Count of Giants Splash Hits by Player
Batter Count
Barry Bonds 35
Brandon Belt 10
Pablo Sandoval 8
Denard Span 5
Mike Yastrzemski 5
LaMonte Wade, Jr. 5
Brandon Crawford 4
Joc Pederson 3
Felipe Crespo 2
Michael Tucker 2
Ryan Klesko 2
Andres Torres 2
Aubrey Huff 2
J.T. Snow 1
Jose Cruz, Jr. 1
A.J. Pierzynski 1
Randy Winn 1
Fred Lewis 1
John Bowker 1
Nate Schierholtz 1
Carlos Beltran 1
Tyler Colvin 1
Travis Ishikawa 1
Stephen Vogt 1
Scooter Gennett 1
Steven Duggar 1
Alex Dickerson 1
Jason Vosler 1
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Count of Splash Hits Surrendered by Giants Pitchers
Pitcher Count
Tim Lincecum 5
Anthony DeSclafani 2
Madison Bumgarner 2
Johnny Cueto 2
Hunter Strickland 2
Ryan Vogelsong 2
Tim Hudson 2
Matt Cain 2
Kevin Correia 2
Matt Morris 2
Brett Tomko 2
Jacob Junis 1
Kevin Gausman 1
Trevor Gott 1
Jeff Samardzija 1
Tony Watson 1
Shaun Anderson 1
Connor Menez 1
Chris Stratton 1
Will Smith 1
Ray Black 1
Matt Moore 1
George Kontos 1
Yusmiero Petit 1
Jake Peavy 1
Javier Lopez 1
Barry Zito 1
Ramon Ramirez 1
Sergio Romo 1
Jonathan Sanchez 1
Osiris Matos 1
Vinnie Chulk 1
Jamey Wright 1
Brad Hennessey 1
Jason Schmidt 1
Tyler Walker 1
Ryan Jensen 1
Kirk Rueter 1
Tim Worrell 1
Shawn Estes 1
Robb Nen 1
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Opposing Players Splash Hits
Splash Hit Batter Team Date Pitcher
1 Todd Hundley LAA 6/30/2000 Robb Nen
2 Luis Gonzalez AZ 9/23/2000 Shawn Estes
3 Mark Grace AZ 5/28/2001 Tim Worrell
4 Luis Gonzalez AZ 5/30/2002 Kirk Rueter
5 Ryan Klesko SD 4/9/2003 Ryan Jensen
6 Hee Seop Choi FLA 4/30/2004 Kevin Correia
7 Corey Patterson CHC 8/7/2004 Tyler Walker
8 Cliff Floyd NYM 8/21/2004 Brett Tomko
9 Russell Branyan MIL 4/23/2005 Brett Tomko
10 Larry Walker STL 7/8/2005 Jason Schmidt
11 Carlos Delgado FLA 7/23/2005 Brad Hennessey
12 Cliff Floyd NYM 4/25/2006 Jamey Wright
13 Carlos Delgado NYM 4/26/2006 Matt Morris
14 Carlos Delgado NYM 5/9/2007 Matt Morris
15 Adam LaRoche PIT 8/11/2007 Tim Lincecum
16 Lance Berkman HOU 5/15/2008 Vinnie Chulk
17 Prince Fielder MIL 7/19/2008 Osiris Matos
18 Brian Giles SD 8/24/2008 Kevin Correia
19 Miguel Montero ARI 9/29/2009 Jonathan Sanchez
20 David Ortiz BOS 6/27/2010 Tim Lincecum
21 Adam LaRoche ARI 8/27/2010 Tim Lincecum
22 Adam LaRoche ARI 8/28/2010 Sergio Romo
23 Rick Ankiel ATL 10/8/2010 Ramon Ramirez
24 Dioner Navarro LAD 7/20/2011 Tim Lincecum
25 Mitch Moreland TEX 6/9/2012 Ryan Vogelsong
26 Brian McCann ATL 5/10/2013 Matt Cain
27 Carlos Gonzalez COL 5/25/2013 Barry Zito
28 Garrett Jones PIT 8/22/2013 Matt Cain
29 Carlos Gonzales COL 4/11/2014 Madison Bumgarner
30 Yasmani Grandal SD 4/30/2014 Tim Hudson
31 Freddie Freeman ATL 5/12/2014 Javier Lopez
32 Curtis Granderson NYM 6/8/2014 Tim Lincecum
33 Adam Dunn CWS 8/13/2014 Jake Peavy
34 Corey Dickerson COL 8/27/2014 Tim Hudson
35 Ender Inciarte ARI 9/9/2014 Yusmiero Petit
36 Bryce Harper WAS 10/7/2014 Hunter Strickland
37 Cody Asche PHI 7/11/2015 Ryan Vogelsong
38 Ben Zobrist CHC 5/20/2016 George Kontos
39 Joc Pederson LAD 6/12/2016 Hunter Strickland
40 Curtis Granderson NYM 8/19/2016 Johnny Cueto
41 Chase Utley LAD 9/12/2017 Johnny Cueto
42 Cody Bellinger LAD 9/13/2017 Matt Moore
43 Matt Carpenter STL 7/820/18 Ray Black
44 Rougned Odor TEX 8/24/2018 Will Smith
45 Max Muncy LAD 9/30/2018 Chris Stratton
46 Max Muncy LAD 6/9/2019 Madison Bumgarner
47 Michael Conforto NYM 7/21/2019 Connor Menez
48 Robel Garcia CHC 7/22/2019 Shaun Anderson
49 Bryce Harper PHI 8/9/2019 Tony Watson
50 Shin-Soo Choo TEX 8/2/2020 Jeff Samardzija
51 Daulton Varsho ARI 9/5/2020 Trevor Gott
52 Mike Moustakas CIN 4/13/2021 Kevin Gausman
53 Joc Pederson CHC 6/3/2021 Anthony DeSclafani
54 Bryson Stott PHI 9/3/2022 Jacob Junis
55 Jack Suwinski PIT 5/29/2023 Anthony DeSclafani
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Count of Splash Hits by Opposing Team
Team Count
Arizona Diamondbacks 8
New York Mets 7
Los Angeles Dodgers 6
Chicago Cubs 4
Pittsburgh Pirates 3
Philadelphia Phillies 3
Texas Rangers 3
Colorado Rockies 3
Atlanta Braves 3
San Diego Padres 3
St. Louis Cardinals 2
Milwaukee Brewers 2
Miami Marlins 2
Cincinnati Reds 1
Washington Nationals 1
Chicago White Sox 1
Boston Red Sox 1
Houston Astros 1
Los Angeles Angels 1
Cleveland Guardians 0
Detroit Tigers 0
Kansas City Royals 0
Minnesota Twins 0
Baltimore Orioles 0
New York Yankees 0
Tampa Bay Rays 0
Toronto Blue Jays 0
Oakland Athletics 0
Seattle Mariners 0
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2023.06.08 02:52 arns0512 Locator 62 Timeline

Hey guys, it was really helpful seeing all the stories of other people to give myself an idea of when I would receive my passport. Here is my timeline.
3/8- Mailed application Routine Service 3/14- Application received and in process locator 62 Tucson Arizona. 4/14- Call to get it expedited but request was never approved or CC charged. 6/6- Receive random e-mail at 2:00am saying my application is being process. 6/7- Receive another email saying application has been approved and should be receiving it by 6/13.
Total wait time was 12 weeks for locator 62 but lesson learned expedite passport next time. I had planned to travel on 6/2 but was unable 2. Also my cousin's applied in early April and received hers in early May but she got it expedited took her only 5 weeks.
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2023.06.08 01:43 Few-Bird-7536 Pentagon Revitalizing Retired Military Aircraft: A Possible Prelude to World War III

Recently, it has been reported that the Pentagon is reviving thousands of decommissioned military aircraft, pointing towards potential conflicts with China and Russia. F-16s, C-130 transport planes, and AWACS aircraft are among those being brought back to full service.
John Moore, also known as The Liberty Man, broadcasted this information on his show on on June 5, 2023. Upon contacting Moore for additional confirmation, he stressed that his military-associated sources have observed hundreds of aircraft at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona, being pulled from storage and restored.
These revived aircraft are seemingly dispatched to two locations: the Philippines and Europe, suggesting preparations for possible confrontations with China and Russia, respectively. This indicates a potentially imminent kinetic conflict.

NATO's Direct Engagement with Russia Looms

In light of Ukraine's decline following the fall of Bakhmut and a failed counteroffensive, a direct engagement of NATO forces with Russia seems likely. This could escalate into a global conflict, with a high probability of nuclear warfare. The international community is alarmed at the prospect of Russia's advanced nuclear ICBMs and hypersonic missiles targeting American cities.
Critics blame President Joe Biden for these developments, accusing him of setting America up for nuclear attack by Russia. They claim this to be a part of the larger scheme by Democrats and communists to obliterate the United States, with Russia shouldering the blame.

CONUS and the Imminent Threat

Concerns are also raised regarding the significant reduction of combat aircraft remaining in the United States. Fears of a 'purge' attack by communist Chinese military agents, who allegedly infiltrated through the southern border, are escalating. It's feared these agents may target US infrastructure, political leaders and seize control over state media.
With domestic military forces unable to defend due to the massive deployment of military assets to Ukraine, the defense of America may fall to armed citizens and militia groups.

The Challenge of Sourcing Pilots

The question arises: where will the USA find pilots to fly these aircraft in a potential war scenario? According to Moore, a considerable percentage of today's airline pilots are retired military personnel who could be reinstated into active service following a war declaration.
However, the physical requirements for operating an F-16 in a combat situation are extremely high. Older pilots may struggle with this, potentially affecting their combat effectiveness.
Furthermore, considering Russia's advanced anti-aircraft military equipment, US pilots may face formidable anti-air defenses, suggesting a high loss rate for both aircraft and pilots. The impact of this on the domestic economy, particularly air cargo shipments, could be catastrophic.
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 07, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Aldebaran Resources Inc. (“ Aldebaran ” or the “ Company ”) (TSX-V: ALDE, OTCQX: ADBRF) is pleased to report results for holes ALD-23-227 and ALD-23-228 from its ongoing drilling campaign at the Altar copper-gold project in San Juan Province, Argentina.
Hole ALD-23-227 was a 200 m step out hole to the north from previously released ALD-22-223 (1,167.50 m of 0.48% CuEq – see March 1, 2023 press release). ALD-23-228 was a 200 m step out to the north from previously released ALD-23-225B (951.20 m of 0.60% CuEq – see May 31, 2023 press release).
Both holes have provided valuable additional pierce points into the promising geophysical anomaly beneath and lateral to current resources at the Altar project. In addition, both ALD-23-227 and ALD-23-228 tested the northern extension of the newly identified Altar United trend.
ALD-23-227 entered favourable host rocks at approximately 1,000 m depth, and then returned attractive grade mineralization until the end of the hole. ALD-23-228 hit the favourable host rock formation at approximately 750 m depth and thereafter returned some of the highest-grade copper mineralization encountered on the project to date, demonstrating that the high-grade mineralization found previously in hole ALD-23-225B has continuity.
  • 565.60 m of 0.60% CuEq from 676.00 m depth
    • Including 474.60 m of 0.69% CuEq from 767.00 m depth
      • Including 329.60 of 0.80% CuEq from 912.00 m depth
  • Hole ended in 74.60 m of 0.80% CuEq with the last sample running 0.96% CuEq
  • The Company has re-entered hole ALD-23-228 and is actively drilling to test for the deeper extension of this higher-grade mineralization
  • 198.50 m of 0.50% CuEq from 1,040.00 m depth
    • Including 60.50 m of 0.63% CuEq from 1,178.0 m depth
  • Hole ended in 31.50 m of 0.69% CuEq
John Black, Chief Executive Officer of Aldebaran, commented as follows: “Hole 228 represents another remarkable run of mineralization and represents some of the better grades we’ve seen at the Altar project. We have re-started drilling on hole 228 to see if the higher-grade mineralization continues to depth. The Altar system continues to grow well beyond what was previously understood. The resource we have in hand already represents one of the largest undeveloped copper projects in the world; however, with the mineralization we’ve been hitting in recent drill results, we expect it to grow substantially.”
Dr. Kevin B. Heather, Chief Geological Officer of Aldebaran, commented as follows: “Both holes reported today demonstrate that the new Altar United trend continues to deliver solid runs of higher-grade mineralization that build onto the previous higher-grade intercepts reported recently in holes 223, 224, and 225B. With these new results, it’s clear that Altar United is delivering continuity of higher-grade mineralization, within an already very large Altar system, that will add additional higher-grade tonnage. The upper portions of holes 227 and 228 both drilled through less favourable rhyolite host rocks, and while they didn’t return exceptional grades, it demonstrates that even poor host rocks can be mineralized in this strong system The lower-grade intervals reported today will likely report to resource at a break-even cut-off grade, which typically hovers around 0.1% CuEq, thus potentially reducing the strip ratio.”
Table 1 below displays detailed assay results. Figure 1 displays a plan map with the location of the reported holes as well as completed and active drill holes. Figure 2 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-227. Figure 3 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-228. Figure 4 displays a cross-section, looking to the east, showing results from ALD-23-228 in histogram.
Discussion of Results
Drillhole ALD-23-227 was collared 200 m north of ALD-22-223 (see Company news release dated March 1, 2023). It was drilled at an -75-degree inclination and a 180-degree azimuth. The final depth of the hole was 1,238.50 m.
Drillhole ALD-23-227 intersected a package of strongly fragmental dacitic crystal tuff over the first 428 m, then transitioned to less favourable but weakly mineralized massive rhyolite, which continued to a depth of 1,179.60 m. The hole then transitioned into the better mineralized diorite porphyry intrusive rocks until the end of the hole, with mineralization increasing towards the bottom of the hole.
The base of oxidation in hole ALD-23-227 is only 26 m depth. Alteration in this hole is characterized dominantly by white sericite-pyrite-tourmaline-quartz assemblages and sporadic pyrite-enargite-anhydrite / anhydrite-carbonates-chalcopyrite-sphalerite structures and veins. This white sericite alteration overprints, and locally obliterates, an earlier green sericite-chalcopyrite-pyrite assemblage from the very first metres of the hole up until approximately 750 m depth, leaving only local windows of the earlier green sericite assemblage. Beyond 750 m depth, the green sericite-chalcopyrite-pyrite assemblage progressively increases along with an associated increase in both chalcopyrite and quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins.
From 843.80 m to 1179.60 m depth, white sericite-pyrite-quartz alteration is of moderate intensity and associated with an increase in the occurrence of chalcopyrite. In this interval, the rhyolite porphyry has some relicts of biotite-magnetite-k feldspar (potassic) alteration, which is overprinted by increasing green sericite-chalcopyrite-anhydrite assemblages associated with halo-style veins (as documented in nearby holes 223, 224 and 225B).
From 1,179.60 m to the end of the hole, biotite-k feldspar-magnetite-chalcopyrite-bornite (potassic) is the dominant alteration in the diorite porphyry intrusion, but is also overprinted by moderate intensity, green sericite-quartz-anhydrite-chalcopyrite-(chalcocite) alteration-mineralization, pervasively developed in the halos of hairline veins. A substantial increase in the frequency of quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins is also observed towards the bottom of the hole.
Drillhole ALD-23-228 was collared 212 m north of ALD-23-225B (see Company news release dated May 31, 2023). It was drilled at an -75-degree inclination and a 180-degree azimuth. The final depth of the hole was 1,241.60 m (drilling has re-started on this hole to deepen it).
Similar to drillhole ALD-23-227, hole 228 intersected a package of strongly fragmental dacitic crystal tuffs from surface to 205.30 m. These volcaniclastic rocks overlie a long run of massive rhyolite extending to a depth of 805 m, followed by more favourable andesitic volcanic host rocks until 918.55 m depth and then from there until the bottom of the hole within well mineralized diorite porphyry intrusive rocks.
The oxidation profile in ALD-23-228 is poorly developed in the upper portion of the hole, with the occurrence of sulphides from near surface and minor jarosite-goethite-hematite in fractures up to the base of oxidation at approximately 266 m depth.
Alteration within the upper crystal tuff and rhyolite units is characterized dominantly by the occurrence of white sericite-pyrite-tourmaline-quartz assemblages with minor pyrite-enargite-anhydrite / anhydrite-carbonates-chalcopyrite-sphalerite vein structures overprinting an earlier green sericite-quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite alteration. “D” type veins, which are typically late in the development of porphyry copper systems, are very frequent in the upper portion of the hole, with a lesser number of high-sulfidation structures; all crosscutting earlier quartz-green sericite-chalcopyrite-pyrite and white quartz-chalcopyrite-moly veins.
A major change in the style of alteration occurs within the andesite volcanic rocks and the diorite porphyry units below approximately 805 m depth. From this depth and to the bottom of the hole, the white sericite-pyrite assemblages decrease considerably, and the dominant alteration is characterized by an early, strongly developed biotite-k feldspar-chalcopyrite potassic assemblage overprinted by a green sericite-quartz-anhydrite-chalcopyrite-(chalcocite) assemblage associated with the halos on hairline veins, both of which are well mineralized.
These halo-style veins are pervasive and obliterate the original texture of the rock and are associated with very high copper grades due to abundant fine-grained sulphides consisting of chalcopyrite-pyrite-bornite-molybdenite. Occurrence of these halo veins also corresponds with an increasing frequency of quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite-molybdenite veins, which in most cases are crosscutting the halo-style veins.
Project Update
The Company is actively drilling with four rigs. Holes ALD-23-229, ALD-23-230, ALD-23-231 and ALD-23-189EXT are completed and were terminated at 1,413.60 m, 611.40 m, 1,211.80 m, and 1,246.00 m respectively: all pending final assays. Hole ALD-23-189EXT, is an extension of a historically drilled hole ALD-12-189, which was originally terminated at 592 m depth. At the date of this release, holes ALD-23-232, ALD-23-124EXT and ALD-23-228EXT were active and at approximately 1064.70 m, 751.00 m and 1,358.70 m depths, respectively. Hole ALD-23-124EXT is an extension of a historically drilled hole ALD-12-124, which was originally terminated at 226.50 m depth. A fourth rig just commenced drilling on hole ALD-23-233 and will not reach its planned target depth during the current campaign but will be left in good standing in order to re-enter and continue the hole at the start of the next field campaign. The Company plans to begin demobilizing the drill rigs and then shut down the camp to close out the 2022/2023 drill campaign in the coming week.
For more context, please join the Company in a live event on Thursday, June 8 th at 11:00 am EST / 8:00 am PST. Q&A will follow the presentation. Click here to register:
Qualified Person
The scientific and technical data contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Kevin B. Heather, B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc, Ph.D, FAusIMM, FGS, Chief Geological Officer and director of Aldebaran, who serves as the qualified person (QP) under the definitions of National Instrument 43-101.
(signed) “ John Black
John Black
Chief Executive Officer and Director
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About Aldebaran Resources Inc.
Aldebaran is a mineral exploration company that was spun out of Regulus Resources Inc. in 2018 and has the same core management team. Aldebaran has the right to earn up to an 80% interest in the Altar copper-gold project in San Juan Province, Argentina from Sibanye Stillwater Limited. The Altar project hosts multiple porphyry copper-gold deposits with potential for additional discoveries. Altar forms part of a cluster of world-class porphyry copper deposits which includes Los Pelambres (Antofagasta Minerals), El Pachón (Glencore), and Los Azules (McEwen Copper). In March 2021 the Company announced an updated mineral resource estimate for Altar, prepared by Independent Mining Consultants Inc. and based on the drilling completed up to and including 2020 (independent technical report prepared by Independent Mining Consultants Inc., Tucson, Arizona, titled " Technical Report, Estimated Mineral Resources, Altar Project, San Juan Province, Argentina ", dated March 22, 2021 - see news release dated March 22, 2021).
Forward-Looking Statements
Certain statements regarding Aldebaran, including management's assessment of future-plans and operations, may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, most of which are beyond Aldebaran's control. Often, but not always, forward-looking statements or information can be identified by the use of words such as "plans", "expects" or "does not expect", "is expected", "budget", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends", "anticipates" or "does not anticipate" or "believes" or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved.
Specifically, and without limitation, all statements included in this press release that address activities, events or developments that Aldebaran expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future, including the proposed exploration and development of the Altar project described herein, and management's assessment of future plans and operations and statements with respect to the completion of the anticipated exploration and development programs, may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, most of which are beyond Aldebaran's control. These risks may cause actual financial and operating results, performance, levels of activity and achievements to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, such forward-looking statements. Although Aldebaran believes that the expectations represented in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date hereof and Aldebaran does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements or information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless so required by applicable securities law.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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Figure 1 – Plan map showing completed and active drill holes from the ongoing 2022/2023 drill program as well as ALD-22-220 and ALD-22-221 from the 2021/2022 drill program.
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Figure 2 – Cross-section looking towards the east displaying CuEq (%) values in ALD-23-227
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Figure 3 – Cross-section looking towards the east displaying CuEq (%) values in ALD-23-228
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Figure 4 – Cross section looking towards the east displaying CuEq (%) values for ALD-23-228 in histogram
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2023.06.07 20:46 Jessicas_Joes I got him!!😊

I got him!!😊
Been wanting this guy for so long!! Was lucky enough to get one of the re-issue figures. Cant wait to get him out of his box!
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2023.06.07 20:25 jimbobbypaul Ranking the Top 131 FBS Programs of the Last 40 Years: 79. Colorado State

Main hub thread with the full 131 rankings
The best Rams team west of the Mississippi.
Colorado State’s been consistently solid in the Mountain West with a few great years under Sonny Lubick and Jim McElwain mixed in. Lubick was so successful that Colorado State’s since named their field after him: Sonny Lubick Field at Canvas Stadium. Under his tutelage, CSU won 6 conference titles (3 WAC, 3 Mountain West) from 1994-2002. Before Lubick arrived, CSU hadn’t won a conference title in 40 years, and only 1 in the last 60. They owe this ranking to Lubick, and I think fans would admit the same.

Best Seasons and Highlights

1. 1997: 15. Colorado State: 11-2 (22.264) 2. 1994: 12. Colorado State: 10-2 (21.327) 3. 2000: 20. Colorado State: 10-2 (16.288) 4. 2002: 31. Colorado State: 10-4 (11.984) 5. 2014: 33. Colorado State: 10-3 (10.201) 6. 1995: 36. Colorado State: 8-4 (5.313) 7. 1999: 33. Colorado State: 8-4 (4.733) 8. 1990: 39. Colorado State: 9-4 (2.203) 9. 1998: 37. Colorado State: 8-4 (1.545) 10. 2001: 52. Colorado State: 7-5 (-3.476) 11. 2016: 58. Colorado State: 7-6 (-5.288) 12. 1996: 47. Colorado State: 7-5 (-6.170) 13. 2003: 57. Colorado State: 7-6 (-6.569) 14. 1989: 51. Colorado State: 5-5-1 (-8.225) 15. 1986: 53. Colorado State: 6-5 (-8.536) 16. 2013: 74. Colorado State: 8-6 (-12.283) 17. 2017: 79. Colorado State: 7-6 (-14.321) 18. 2005: 76. Colorado State: 6-6 (-16.626) 19. 1993: 65. Colorado State: 5-6 (-17.348) 20. 2008: 75. Colorado State: 7-7 (-17.804) 21. 2015: 79. Colorado State: 7-6 (-17.810) 22. 1985: 66. Colorado State: 5-7 (-19.493) 23. 2020: 98. Colorado State: 1-3 (-24.733) 24. 1992: 86. Colorado State: 5-7 (-26.680) 25. 2004: 86. Colorado State: 4-7 (-28.454) 26. 1983: 82. Colorado State: 5-7 (-30.220) 27. 2019: 109. Colorado State: 4-8 (-34.012) 28. 2006: 102. Colorado State: 4-8 (-36.913) 29. 1984: 89. Colorado State: 3-8 (-37.145) 30. 2012: 101. Colorado State: 4-8 (-37.216) 31. 2009: 104. Colorado State: 3-9 (-37.476) 32. 2007: 102. Colorado State: 3-9 (-37.664) 33. 2021: 110. Colorado State: 3-9 (-39.870) 34. 1991: 90. Colorado State: 3-8 (-40.286) 35. 2011: 106. Colorado State: 3-9 (-43.112) 36. 2022: 121. Colorado State: 3-9 (-44.898) 37. 2018: 114. Colorado State: 3-9 (-45.892) 38. 2010: 108. Colorado State: 3-9 (-46.767) 39. 1987: 100. Colorado State: 1-11 (-53.363) 40. 1988: 98. Colorado State: 1-10 (-54.237) Overall Score: 10531 (79th) 
Colorado State has a worse winning percentage than some teams lower on the list like Louisiana Tech, but has had higher highs with five 10 win seasons. Adept at producing quality skill position players lately, CSU’s 4 consensus All-Americans have been WR Rashard Higgins (2014), WR Michael Gallup (2017), TE Trey McBride (2021), and DB Greg Myers (1995). During the Lubick years CSU was a consistent top non-Power 6 team, appearing in the Top 25 at any point in the season for 7 straight years from 1997-2003. 1994 and 2014 as well. Notable NFL players have included LB Joey Porter, LB Shaquil Barrett, WR Michael Gallup, and TE Joel Dreessen.

Top 5 Seasons

Worst Season: 1988 (1-10 overall, 1-7 WAC)
It was a bad time to be a Colorado State fan. Colorado University, just a 1 hour drive from CSU, would win the national title 2 years later in 1990. Colorado State themselves floundered to a combined 2-21 record from 1987-88, with not much hope for the future. A 1-10 record featured 5 one-possession losses, and a last place finish in the WAC. A late season Toilet Bowl matchup between 1-9 New Mexico and 1-8 Colorado State decided who was placed in the basement, with New Mexico narrowly avoiding the distinction with a 24-23 win. CSU’s lone win was over San Diego State, who finished 3-8. QB Scooter Molander (great name) threw 9 TD to 22 INT, leading the country in picks. RB Scott Whitehouse (less cool name but still solid) led the team in rushing yards and receptions, totalling 1081 yards from scrimmage. And my personal favorite, backup RB Todd Yert, added 651 from scrimmage. Yert would actually go on to be a key contributor over the next 3 years, totalling 36 rushing TDs in his career.
5. 2014 (10-3 overall, 6-2 Mountain West)
Before Jim McElwain had his highs and lows at Florida, he was the up-and-coming coach at Colorado State. CSU was already coming off its best season in over a decade at 8-6 in 2013, and many thought they could take it a step further in 2014. CSU avenged last season’s loss to Colorado in the opener, winning 31-17 thanks to 100 yard rushing performances from RBs Dee Hart and Trevous Jarrells. They weren’t quite good enough to take down Boise State yet, the class of the WAC, and fell to 1-1. After that, things were great—they beat Boston College and future CSU coach Steve Addazio 24-21, a 10-4 Utah State team 16-13, and rival Wyoming 45-31. By the end of the year, #22 Colorado State was 10-1 playing 8-3 Air Force, and All-American WR Rashard Higgins did all he could (193 yards and 2 TD) but AF walked off on a 27-24 FG. CSU got blown out in the bowl to #23 Utah as well, once a former Mountain West rival who had since moved on to a stronger conference.
QB Garrett Grayson won Mountain West Offensive POTY, throwing for 4006 yards 32 TD 7 INT and ranking 2nd in the country in YPA. WR Rashard Higgins was a consensus All-American and a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, catching 96 passes for 1750 yards and 17 TD. Jim McElwain won MWC Coach of the Year, and was scooped up by Florida before the bowl game.
4. 2002 (10-4 overall, 6-1 Mountain West)
By this point in time, Sonny Lubick had established Colorado State as a non-AQ conference power, winning 5 conference titles in the prior 8 seasons. This was the last of them, and the 4th best team of his. Led by QB Bradlee Van Pelt, who was originally recruited by Nick Saban to play at Michigan State, the Rams’ season could not have started any better. He out-dueled Matt Schaub and Virginia on opening day, winning 35-29. After that was one of the biggest wins in school history, beating #7 Colorado 19-14. Van Pelt spiked the ball into a Colorado defender’s helmet after a 23 yard TD run to take the lead with 6 minutes remaining. called it “one of the most classless displays of sportsmanship the rivalry has ever seen.” Colorado State flirted with the top 25 most of the year, getting up to #16 by the end of the year to play UNLV. CSU lost both that game and the bowl game to TCU, but still clinched the Mountain West title. Wins included top 25 finishers Virginia and Colorado, along with 8-5 Air Force and 7-6 Louisville.
Van Pelt won his 1st of 2 Mountain West Offensive POTY awards, throwing for 2000+ yards while rushing for 819 and 11 TD. RB Cecil Sapp, who missed the entire 2001 season with a foot injury, was an absolute workhorse, leading the NCAA in rushing attempts, carrying the ball 347 times for 1601 yards and 17 TD. Lubick’s final season would be in 2007.
3. 2000 (10-2 overall, 6-1 Mountain West)
Colorado State moved from the WAC to the Mountain West in 1999, and won the conference title in their first year. Going into 2000, they aimed to repeat. They continued to make Colorado’s life hell, beating the #23 Buffaloes for the second straight year in the opener. After a letdown loss to Arizona State, CSU began its quest for a 2nd straight MWC title, beating eventual 3rd place UNLV 20-19, 5th place New Mexico 17-14, and finally BYU 45-21, clinching at least a share of the Mountain West title. That set up 8-1 Colorado State vs 6-3 Air Force for a chance to win the title outright. Air Force took an early lead and CSU only barely couldn’t come back, falling 40-44 in the snow. The Rams still clinched an outright conference title the following week with a 37-13 beating of a poor Wyoming team. With a win over #22 Louisville in the bowl, Colorado State finished #14 in the AP Poll, the highest in school history. QB Matt Newton won MWC Offensive POTY, while LB Rick Crowell won Defensive POTY.
2. 1994 (10-2 overall, 7-1 WAC)
When Sonny Lubick took over in 1993, it can’t be understated how much of a graveyard the Colorado State program was. Before a bowl appearance in 1990, they played in just 1 bowl in their entire history, which dates back to 1902. Armed with 29 year old Urban Meyer as assistant coach, the 1994 team was the best in school history up to that point, and might still be. And nobody saw it coming.
Colorado State started by beating one of the classes of the WAC in Air Force, 34-21. A few weeks later it was #22 BYU’s turn, beating the Cougars 28-21. All of a sudden the Rams were serious contenders in the WAC. Down for so long, the unthinkable happened. #23 Colorado State travelled to #6 Arizona, one of the favorites for the national title. A few hours after the opening kickoff, the Rams stood with their heads held high, victors in Tucson 21-16. The win propelled CSU to #13, and the Rams hosted #18 Utah 2 weeks later. Utah won in a let down game, but CSU won their last 3 games to finish 10-1 and win their first ever WAC title and first conference title under Lubick. A 14-24 loss in the bowl to #20 Michigan showed they could definitely hang with the big boys, and the Arizona win wasn’t a fluke. Colorado State finished #16 in the nation with a 10-2 record, and were 12th in my rankings. Lubick earned Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year.
1. 1997 (11-2 overall, 7-1 WAC)
As good as the 1994 team was, they only beat opponents by an average of 11 points a game, while the 1997 team outscored opponents by over 20 a game. After a disappointing 2-2 start with losses to Colorado and 0-24 to Air Force, CSU was flawless the rest of the way. A 9-2 regular season record featured an average score of 43-11 in the final 7 game win streak. 9-2 New Mexico and 9-2 Colorado State seemed like an even matchup on paper but it wasn’t close, with the Rams winning 41-13. A 35-24 win over #19 Missouri in the Holiday Bowl made up for losing the Holiday Bowl twice in 1994 and ‘95. Colorado State finished 17th in the AP Poll, and according to my algorithm, this is their best team.
The team set a school record for points (442) and TDs (59) in a season, ranking 7th in the nation in PPG (36.7). The defense forced 43 turnovers in 13 games, with future NFL starters LB Joey Porter, LB Clark Haggans, and DB Jason Craft, and was also top 10 in the country giving up just 15.6 PPG. QB Moses Moreno won the WAC Offensive POTY with 2257 pass yards 20 TD 9 INT, and was a 7th round draft pick by the Chicago Bears after the season. RBs Damon Washington and Kevin McDougal both ran for 1000+ yards, combining for 2223 yards and 21 TD on 6.7 YPC.

5th Quarter

What do you think about Colorado State? Do you think they should be a primary target of Pac 12 expansion? Why or why not? What game/playeplay is most memorable to you? Can the Rams ever recreate the consistent success of Sonny Lubick or was it a flash in the pan?
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2023.06.07 05:20 yespennysboat Adaptive Athlete Travel Assistant

Opportunity for someone interested in PT to gain some experience working with SCI, adaptive sports while also getting to travel for free. I've done this before with PT students and they have learned a lot about spinal cord injuries, mobility equipment, transfer techniques, etc.
Position: Wheelchair Rugby Travel Assistant
Dates: June 10-30, 2023
Location: Richmond, VA to Tucson, AZ
Description: C-5,6 complete quadriplegic wheelchair rugby player looking for a female travel partner to accompany to University of Arizona for training with U of A Wildcats Wheelchair Rugby team. No skilled nursing care or knowledge needed. Explanations and teaching can be given for each task.
Flight and room cost is covered.
- Available to travel from RIC to Tucson, AZ ****June 10 - June 30, 2023****
- Ability to transfer 100lb person- Comfortable taking direction- Driver’s license
Tasks & Responsibilities:- Assisting with personal care (dressing/bathing)- Transfers to/from wheelchaibed- Driving my accessible van to U of A for training at the Adaptive Athletics gym.- Assistance getting up in the morning (7am) and getting in bed in evening (9pm)
Contact: message me through here and I'll give you my contact
Note: Great opportunity for someone interested in working with SCI, PT, OT, Nursing, or Rec Therapy and experience adaptive sports through wheelchair rugby. Willing to write recommendation letter afterwards.
Thank you!!
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2023.06.07 05:02 yespennysboat Adaptive Athlete Travel Assistant

I am a VCU alumni and I have an opportunity for a VCU student to travel with me and get some experience that may help in their career path.
Position: Wheelchair Rugby Travel Assistant
Dates: June 10-30, 2023
Location: Richmond, VA to Tucson, AZ
Description: C-5,6 complete quadriplegic wheelchair rugby player looking for a female travel partner to accompany to University of Arizona for training with U of A Wildcats Wheelchair Rugby team. No skilled nursing care or knowledge needed. Explanations and teaching can be given for each task.
Flight and room cost is covered.
Requirements:- Available to travel from RIC to Tucson, AZ June 10 - June 30, 2023
- Ability to transfer 100lb person- Comfortable taking direction- Driver’s license
Tasks & Responsibilities:- Assisting with personal care (dressing/bathing)- Transfers to/from wheelchaibed- Driving my accessible van to U of A for training at the Adaptive Athletics gym.- Assistance getting up in the morning (7am) and getting in bed in evening (9pm)
Contact: message me through here and I'll give you my contact
Note: Great opportunity for someone interested in working with SCI, PT, OT, Nursing, or Rec Therapy and experience adaptive sports through wheelchair rugby. Willing to write recommendation letter afterwards.
Thank you!!
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