1996 Seattle Mariners
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record85–76 (.528)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Hiroshi Yamauchi
(represented by John Ellis)
General manager(s)Woody Woodward
Manager(s)Lou Piniella
Local televisionKIRO-TV 7
Prime Sports NW
Local radioKIRO 710 AM
(Dave Niehaus, Rick Rizzs,
Ron Fairly)
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The Seattle Mariners 1996 season was their 20th season, and the team was the runner-up in American League West, with a record of 85–76 (.528), 4½ games behind the champion Texas Rangers. The Mariners led the majors in runs (993), doubles (335), runs batted in (954), and slugging percentage (.484), but the pitching staff had the highest earned run average (5.21) in team history. Four Mariners scored at least 100 runs and four drove in at least 100 runs.[1] In their game against the Kansas City Royals on May 11, the Mariners set a franchise record of 12 extra-base hits.[2]

Offseason

Regular season

Season standings

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Texas Rangers 90 72 0.556 50–31 40–41
Seattle Mariners 85 76 0.528 43–38 42–38
Oakland Athletics 78 84 0.481 12 40–41 38–43
California Angels 70 91 0.435 19½ 43–38 27–53

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team BAL BOS CAL CWS CLE DET KC MIL MIN NYY OAK SEA TEX TOR
Baltimore 7–6 6–6 4–8 5–7 11–2 9–3 9–3 7–5 3–10 9–4 7–5 3–10–1 8–5
Boston 6–7 8–4 6–6 1–11 12–1 3–9 7–5 6–6 7–6 8–5 7–6 6–6 8–5
California 6–6 4–8 6–6 4–9 6–6 4–8 7–5 4–8 7–6 6–7 5–8 4–9 7–5
Chicago 8–4 6–6 6–6 5–8 10–3 7–6 6–7 6–7 6–7 5–7 5–7 8–4 7–5
Cleveland 7–5 11–1 9–4 8–5 12–0 7–6 7–6 10–3 3–9 6–6 8–4 4–8 7–5
Detroit 2–11 1–12 6–6 3–10 0–12 6–6 4–8 6–6 5–8 4–8 6–6 4–9 6–7
Kansas City 3–9 9–3 8–4 6–7 6–7 6–6 4–9 6–7 4–8 5–7 7–5 6–6 5–8
Milwaukee 3–9 5–7 5–7 7–6 6–7 8–4 9–4 9–4 6–6 7–5 4–9 6–7 5–7
Minnesota 5–7 6–6 8–4 7–6 3–10 6–6 7–6 4–9 5–7 6–7 6–6 7–5 8–5
New York 10–3 6–7 6–7 7–6 9–3 8–5 8–4 6–6 7–5 9–3 3–9 5–7 8–5
Oakland 4–9 5–8 7–6 7–5 6–6 8–4 7–5 5–7 7–6 3–9 8–5 7–6 4–8
Seattle 5–7 6–7 8–5 7–5 4–8 6–6 5–7 9–4 6–6 9–3 5–8 10–3 5–7
Texas 10–3–1 6–6 9–4 4–8 8–4 9–4 6–6 7–6 5–7 7–5 6–7 3–10 10–2
Toronto 5–8 5–8 5–7 5–7 5–7 7–6 8–5 7–5 5–8 5–8 8–4 7–5 2–10


Game log

1996 Game Log: 85–76 (Home: 43–38; Away: 42–38)
March: 1–0 (Home: 1–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 31 White Sox 3–2 (12) Hurtado (1–0) Simas 57,467 1–0
April: 15–10 (Home: 8–5; Away: 7–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
2 April 2 White Sox 3–2 Hitchcock (1–0) Alvarez Charlton (1) 38,570 2–0
3 April 3 White Sox 2–4 Magrane Wolcott (0–1) Hernandez 22,783 2–1
4 April 5 Brewers 6–10 Karl Hurtado (1–1) 27,768 2–2
5 April 6 Brewers 8–5 Johnson (1–0) Sparks 56,892 3–2
6 April 7 Brewers 3–1 Hitchcock (2–0) Bones Jackson (1) 21,004 4–2
7 April 9 @ Tigers 9–10 Keagle Menhart (0–1) Williams 42,932 4–3
8 April 10 @ Tigers 3–7 Olivares Hurtado (1–2) 9,299 4–4
9 April 11 @ Tigers 9–1 Johnson (2–0) Gohr 12,272 5–4
10 April 12 @ Blue Jays 9–6 Hitchcock (3–0) Quantrill 31,293 6–4
11 April 13 @ Blue Jays 14–3 Bosio (1–0) Ware 33,645 7–4
12 April 14 @ Blue Jays 9–4 Wolcott (1–1) Hentgen 29,301 8–4
13 April 15 Angels 11–10 Charlton (1–0) Eichhorn 36,960 9–4
14 April 16 Angels 5–3 Johnson (3–0) Abbott 25,404 10–4
15 April 17 Tigers 8–3 Jackson (1–0) Veres 18,008 11–4
16 April 18 Tigers 11–3 Bosio (2–0) Sodowsky Hurtado (1) 17,536 12–4
17 April 19 Blue Jays 4–10 Hentgen Wolcott (1–2) Bohanon 32,189 12–5
18 April 20 Blue Jays 1–3 Guzman Menhart (0–2) Timlin 47,487 12–6
19 April 21 Blue Jays 9–5 Johnson (4–0) Hanson 34,915 13–6
20 April 22 Blue Jays 7–16 Castillo Hurtado (1–3) 18,467 13–7
21 April 24 @ White Sox 1–2 Alvarez Bosio (2–1) Hernandez 15,882 13–8
22 April 25 @ White Sox 3–4 Tapani Wolcott (1–3) Hernandez 14,679 13–9
23 April 26 @ Brewers 6–5 Carmona (1–0) Potts Charlton (2) 13,072 14–9
24 April 27 @ Brewers 6–5 Wells (1–0) Bones Charlton (3) 17,270 15–9
25 April 28 @ Brewers 9–16 Potts Davis (0–1) 19,717 15–10
26 April 30 @ Rangers 8–0 Bosio (3–1) Gross 27,272 16–10
May: 12–14 (Home: 8–9; Away: 4–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
27 May 1 @ Rangers 4–5 Russell Jackson (1–1) Henneman 31,775 16–11
28 May 2 Indians 4–6 Hershiser Wolcott (1–4) Mesa 21,711 16–12
29 May 3 Indians 2–5 Nagy Hitchcock (3–1) Mesa 38,086 16–13
30 May 4 Indians 5–1 Menhart (1–2) Lopez 57,133 17–13
31 May 5 Indians 0–2 Martinez Bosio (3–2) Mesa 56,883 17–14
32 May 6 Twins 5–4 Wells (2–0) Radke Charlton (4) 32,203 18–14
33 May 7 Twins 0–2 Parra Wolcott (1–5) Stevens 15,626 18–15
34 May 8 Twins 5–7 (10) Guardado Wells (2–1) Stevens 22,175 18–16
35 May 10 Royals 10–14 Valera Davis (0–2) 24,231 18–17
36 May 11 Royals 11–1 Wolcott (2–5) Belcher Carmona (1) 43,297 19–17
37 May 12 Royals 8–5 Johnson (5–0) Linton Charlton (5) 27,470 20–17
38 May 14 @ Yankees 0–2 Gooden Hitchcock (3–2) 20,786 20–18
39 May 15 @ Yankees 10–5 Hurtado (2–3) Key 20,680 21–18
40 May 17 @ Orioles 13–14 Mills Charlton (1–1) 47,259 21–19
41 May 18 @ Orioles 7–3 Milacki (1–0) Mercker 46,434 22–19
42 May 19 @ Orioles 7–8 Mussina Hurtado (2–4) Myers 47,565 22–20
43 May 21 @ Red Sox 13–7 Wells (3–1) Eshelman 24,528 23–20
44 May 22 @ Red Sox 6–1 Wolcott (3–5) Wakefield 26,753 24–20
45 May 23 @ Red Sox 4–11 Clemens Milacki (1–1) 31,551 24–21
46 May 24 Yankees 10–4 Hitchcock (4–2) Kamieniecki 44,236 25–21
47 May 25 Yankees 4–5 Mendoza Hurtado (2–5) Wetteland 57,173 25–22
48 May 26 Yankees 4–3 Menhart (2–2) Gooden Charlton (6) 42,410 26–22
49 May 28 Orioles 8–12 Rhodes Guetterman (0–1) Haynes 23,235 26–23
50 May 29 Orioles 9–8 Charlton (2–1) Myers 20,253 27–23
51 May 30 Red Sox 1–10 Gordon Torres (0–1) 17,395 27–24
52 May 31 Red Sox 9–6 Wells (4–1) Garces 29,119 28–24
June: 14–12 (Home: 5–5; Away: 9–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
53 June 1 Red Sox 5–6 Wakefield Milacki (1–2) Slocumb 34,822 28–25
54 June 2 Red Sox 3–1 Wolcott (4–5) Clemens Jackson (2) 47,540 29–25
55 June 4 @ Indians 10–7 Carmona (2–0) Mesa Charlton (7) 42,179 30–25
56 June 5 @ Indians 5–13 Plunk Milacki (1–3) 42,274 30–26
57 June 6 @ Indians 5–2 Wells (5–1) Martinez Charlton (8) 42,236 31–26
58 June 7 @ Royals 5–9 Valera Wolcott (4–6) 20,891 31–27
59 June 8 @ Royals 8–12 Appier Milacki (1–4) Montgomery 30,022 31–28
60 June 9 @ Royals 3–2 Hitchcock (5–2) Gubicza Charlton (9) 20,489 32–28
61 June 10 @ Twins 6–13 Aldred Wagner (0–1) Trombley 17,134 32–29
62 June 11 @ Twins 18–8 Wells (6–1) Aguilera Hurtado (2) 14,395 33–29
63 June 12 @ Twins 5–3 Wolcott (5–6) Radke Charlton (10) 15,830 34–29
64 June 14 White Sox 1–4 Alvarez Hitchcock (5–3) Hernandez 30,163 34–30
65 June 15 White Sox 8–6 (12) Carmona (3–0) McCaskill 47,042 35–30
66 June 16 White Sox 7–6 Wells (7–1) Magrane Jackson (3) 34,588 36–30
67 June 18 Blue Jays 3–11 Guzman Wolcott (5–7) 25,912 36–31
68 June 19 Blue Jays 2–9 Hanson Harikkala (0–1) 26,265 36–32
69 June 20 @ White Sox 8–5 Hitchcock (6–3) Tapani Charlton (11) 23,017 37–32
70 June 21 @ White Sox 12–2 Wagner (1–1) Magrane 23,253 38–32
71 June 22 @ White Sox 4–2 Wells (8–1) Fernandez Charlton (12) 27,036 39–32
72 June 23 @ White Sox 6–7 (10) McCaskill Guetterman (0–2) 26,768 39–33
73 June 25 @ Blue Jays 7–8 Crabtree Charlton (2–2) 31,420 39–34
74 June 26 @ Blue Jays 5–6 Ware Ayala (0–1) Crabtree 30,158 39–35
75 June 27 @ Blue Jays 9–1 Wells (9–1) Quantrill 31,108 40–35
76 June 28 Rangers 19–8 Carmona (4–0) Pavlik 34,413 41–35
77 June 29 Rangers 5–9 Oliver Meacham (0–1) 37,556 41–36
78 June 30 Rangers 4–3 Hitchcock (7–3) Witt Charlton (13) 33,392 42–36
July: 16–12 (Home: 8–6; Away: 8–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
79 July 1 Athletics 4–6 Wengert Wagner (1–2) Taylor 18,166 42–37
80 July 2 Athletics 6–11 Mohler Charlton (2–3) 19,632 42–38
81 July 3 Athletics 4–3 Ayala (1–1) Reyes 36,619 43–38
82 July 4 @ Rangers 9–5 Carmona (5–0) Henneman 46,668 44–38
83 July 5 @ Rangers 6–3 Hitchcock (8–3) Witt 46,397 45–38
84 July 6 @ Rangers 9–5 Wagner (2–2) Gross 46,458 46–38
85 July 7 @ Rangers 3–8 Hill Wells (9–2) 36,933 46–39
86 July 11 Angels 5–4 (12) Carmona (6–0) Monteleone 25,949 47–39
87 July 12 Angels 7–6 (10) Ayala (2–1) McElroy 29,618 48–39
88 July 13 Angels 4–6 Boskie Ayala (2–2) Percival 37,792 48–40
89 July 14 Angels 8–0 Wells (10–2) Grimsley 33,243 49–40
90 July 15 @ Athletics 5–1 Wolcott (6–7) Telgheder 11,183 50–40
91 July 16 @ Athletics 5–12 Chouinard Hitchcock (8–4) 15,206 50–41
92 July 17 @ Athletics 6–7 Corsi Minor (0–1) Taylor 14,387 50–42
93 July 18 @ Angels 15–3 Meacham (1–1) Boskie 22,780 51–42
94 July 19 @ Angels 4–9 Grimsley Wells (10–3) 23,332 51–43
95 July 20 @ Angels 4–5 Schmidt Charlton (2–4) Percival 31,759 51–44
96 July 21 @ Angels 6–2 Hitchcock (9–4) Abbott 22,088 52–44
97 July 22 Brewers 8–3 Wagner (3–2) Mercedes 40,555 53–44
98 July 23 Brewers 3–7 Karl Carmona (6–1) 22,378 53–45
99 July 24 Brewers 8–7 Ayala (3–2) Fetters 19,899 54–45
100 July 25 Tigers 4–7 (10) Lima Ayala (3–3) 19,949 54–46
101 July 26 Tigers 6–4 Hitchcock (10–4) Sager Jackson (4) 25,175 55–46
102 July 27 Tigers 13–7 Davis (1–2) Williams 43,209 56–46
103 July 28 Tigers 6–14 Olivares Bosio (3–3) 38,204 56–47
104 July 30 @ Brewers 6–5 Wells (11–3) Eldred Ayala (1) 57–47
105 July 30 @ Brewers 3–4 Van Egmond Wolcott (6–8) Fetters 18,591 57–48
106 July 31 @ Brewers 9–3 Hitchcock (11–4) D'Amico 30,772 58–48
August: 12–17 (Home: 5–10; Away: 7–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
107 August 1 @ Brewers 9–2 Moyer (1–0) McDonald 18,425 59–48
108 August 2 @ Tigers 2–8 Olivares Wagner (3–3) 23,405 59–49
109 August 3 @ Tigers 3–6 Olson Charlton (2–5) 25,928 59–50
110 August 4 @ Tigers 9–3 Wolcott (7–8) Nitkowski 23,569 60–50
111 August 6 Indians 3–4 Lopez Wells (11–4) Mesa 31,472 60–51
112 August 7 Indians 4–5 Tavarez Charlton (2–6) Mesa 30,431 60–52
113 August 8 Indians 1–2 Ogea Mulholland (0–1) Mesa 36,822 60–53
114 August 9 Twins 5–6 Parra Wolcott (7–9) Rodriguez 25,130 60–54
115 August 10 Twins 4–10 Klingenbeck Hitchcock (11–5) 34,381 60–55
116 August 11 Twins 3–6 Radke Wells (11–5) Rodriguez 36,114 60–56
117 August 12 Royals 4–10 Appier Moyer (1–1) Huisman 43,476 60–57
118 August 13 Royals 9–5 Mulholland (1–1) Linton Johnson (1) 21,961 61–57
119 August 14 Royals 1–3 Rosado Wolcott (7–10) Montgomery 23,709 61–58
120 August 16 @ Yankees 6–5 Hitchcock (12–5) Polley Jackson (5) 50,724 62–58
121 August 17 @ Yankees 10–3 Moyer (2–1) Rogers 51,729 63–58
122 August 18 @ Yankees 13–12 (12) Ayala (4–3) Mecir Jackson (6) 44,769 64–58
123 August 19 @ Yankees 4–10 Pettitte Carmona (6–2) 33,994 64–59
124 August 20 @ Orioles 1–4 Mussina Wagner (3–4) Myers 47,679 64–60
125 August 21 @ Orioles 5–10 Erickson Hitchcock (12–6) 47,198 64–61
126 August 22 @ Orioles 10–3 Moyer (3–1) Coppinger 47,380 65–61
127 August 23 @ Red Sox 6–4 Bosio (4–3) Brandenburg Ayala (2) 33,079 66–61
128 August 24 @ Red Sox 5–9 Lacy Wells (11–6) 32,928 66–62
129 August 25 @ Red Sox 5–8 Maddux Wagner (3–5) Slocumb 34,377 66–63
130 August 26 Yankees 2–1 Ayala (5–3) Lloyd Charlton (14) 32,857 67–63
131 August 27 Yankees 7–4 Moyer (4–1) Lloyd 32,975 68–63
132 August 28 Yankees 10–2 Mulholland (2–1) Gooden 30,952 69–63
133 August 29 Orioles 9–6 Charlton (3–6) Myers 24,915 70–63
134 August 30 Orioles 2–5 Coppinger Hitchcock (12–7) Mills 44,532 70–64
135 August 31 Orioles 6–7 Erickson Bosio (4–4) Benitez 42,092 70–65
September: 15–11 (Home: 8–3; Away: 7–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
136 September 1 Orioles 5–1 Mulholland (3–1) Wells 50,015 71–65
137 September 2 Red Sox 8–9 (10) Slocumb Carmona (6–3) 24,470 71–66
138 September 3 Red Sox 11–9 Torres (1–1) Gordon Charlton (15) 17,374 72–66
139 September 4 Red Sox 5–7 Mahomes Hitchcock (12–8) Slocumb 22,642 72–67
140 September 8 @ Indians 1–2 Nagy Mulholland (3–2) 42,307 72–68
141 September 8 @ Indians 6–5 Charlton (4–6) Mesa 42,217 73–68
142 September 10 @ Royals 2–4 Rosado Torres (1–2) Bluma 12,499 73–69
143 September 11 @ Royals 2–4 Linton Moyer (4–2) Bluma 13,078 73–70
144 September 12 @ Royals 8–5 Mulholland (4–2) Haney Charlton (16) 15,045 74–70
145 September 13 @ Twins 13–7 Wells (12–6) Miller 15,510 75–70
146 September 14 @ Twins 5–3 (10) Ayala (6–3) Guardado Charlton (17) 18,002 76–70
147 September 15 @ Twins 7–0 Torres (2–2) Robertson 25,142 77–70
148 September 16 Rangers 6–0 Moyer (5–2) Burkett 50,544 78–70
149 September 17 Rangers 5–2 Mulholland (5–2) Hill Ayala (3) 32,279 79–70
150 September 18 Rangers 5–2 Hitchcock (13–8) Witt Charlton (18) 35,162 80–70
151 September 19 Rangers 7–6 Davis (2–2) Cook Charlton (19) 39,769 81–70
152 September 20 Athletics 12–2 Carmona (7–3) Wengert Meacham (1) 56,535 82–70
153 September 21 Athletics 9–2 Moyer (6–2) Telgheder 56,103 83–70
154 September 22 Athletics 11–13 Mohler Mulholland (5–3) Taylor 54,194 83–71
155 September 23 @ Angels 3–4 Finley Hitchcock (13–9) Percival 16,212 83–72
156 September 24 @ Angels 6–11 Springer Wells (12–7) 18,891 83–73
157 September 25 @ Angels 11–2 Torres (3–2) Boskie 17,160 84–73
158 September 26 @ Athletics 5–7 Taylor Charlton (4–7) 11,141 84–74
159 September 27 @ Athletics 1–8 Telgheder Mulholland (5–4) 25,132 84–75
160 September 28 @ Athletics 5–3 (10) Carmona (8–3) Acre Charlton (20) 30,057 85–75
161 September 29 @ Athletics 1–3 Small Torres (3–3) Taylor 34,462 85–76
Legend:        = Win        = Loss
Bold = Mariners team member

Detailed records

Notable transactions

Roster

1996 Seattle Mariners
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Dan Wilson 138 491 140 .285 18 83
1B Paul Sorrento 143 471 136 .289 23 93
2B Joey Cora 144 530 154 .291 6 45
SS Alex Rodriguez 146 601 215 .358 36 123
3B Russ Davis 51 167 39 .234 5 18
LF Rich Amaral 118 312 91 .292 1 29
CF Ken Griffey Jr. 140 545 165 .303 49 140
RF Jay Buhner 150 564 153 .271 44 138
DH Edgar Martínez 139 499 163 .327 26 103

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Luis Sojo 77 247 52 .211 1 16
Brian Hunter 75 198 53 .268 7 28
Darren Bragg 69 195 53 .272 7 25
Doug Strange 88 183 43 .235 3 23
Mark Whiten 40 140 42 .300 12 33
Andy Sheets 47 110 21 .191 0 9
John Marzano 41 106 26 .245 0 6
Dave Hollins 28 94 33 .351 3 25
Alex Diaz 38 79 19 .241 1 5
Jeff Manto 21 54 10 .185 1 4
Ricky Jordan 15 28 7 .250 1 4
Greg Pirkl 7 21 4 .190 1 1
Manny Martinez 9 17 4 .235 0 3
Chris Widger 8 11 2 .182 0 0
Raúl Ibañez 4 5 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Sterling Hitchcock 35 196.2 13 9 5.35 132
Bob Wolcott 30 149.1 7 10 5.73 78
Matt Wagner 15 80.0 3 5 6.86 41
Jamie Moyer 11 70.2 6 2 3.31 29
Terry Mulholland 12 69.1 5 4 4.67 34
Tim Harikkala 1 4.1 0 1 12.46 1

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Bob Wells 36 130.2 12 7 5.30 94
Randy Johnson 14 61.1 5 0 3.67 85
Chris Bosio 18 60.2 4 4 5.93 39
Salomón Torres 10 49.0 3 3 4.59 36
Edwin Hurtado 16 47.2 2 5 7.74 36
Rusty Meacham 15 42.1 1 1 5.74 25
Paul Menhart 11 42.0 2 2 7.29 18
Bob Milacki 7 21.0 1 4 6.86 13

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Mike Jackson 73 1 1 6 3.63 70
Norm Charlton 70 4 7 20 4.04 73
Rafael Carmona 53 8 3 1 4.28 62
Bobby Ayala 50 6 3 3 5.88 61
Tim Davis 40 2 2 0 4.01 34
Lee Guetterman 17 0 2 0 4.09 6
Blas Minor 11 0 1 0 4.97 14
Greg McCarthy 10 0 0 0 1.86 7
Scott Davison 5 0 0 0 9.00 9
Joe Klink 3 0 0 0 3.86 2
Mac Suzuki 1 0 0 0 20.25 1

Awards and honors

Alex Rodriguez became the first shortstop in 56 years to win the American League Batting Crown.[14]

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tacoma Rainiers Pacific Coast League Dave Myers
AA Port City Roosters Southern League Orlando Gómez
A Lancaster JetHawks California League Dave Brundage
A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Midwest League Mike Goff
A-Short Season Everett AquaSox Northwest League Roger Hansen
Rookie AZL Mariners Arizona League Tom LeVasseur

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