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05/21/16 06:17 AM

Oh wow; that's right... This is THE year when the Cubs made what many consider to be the worst trade they ever made. Gulp... Only two months to go. Um, just how is Ernie Broglio doing in your replay? Will he be worth it?

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05/22/16 09:01 PM

Patriots' Day in Boston and Mick celebrates.

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American League

Monday, April 20th, 1964

 

Fenway Park, Boston - It was Patriot’s Day in Boston with the traditional morning/afternoon double header with the Yankees.  New York and Mickey Mantle spoiled the opener for Boston fans as the Mick had 4 hits including a homerun, scored 3 times, and drove in 3 runs to lead the Yankees to 12 runs.  That was enough for untested Bob Meyer who pitched 6 innings but left after serving up a 3-run homerun to Felix Mantilla.  Rookie Pete Mikkelsen tossed shutout ball for the last three innings in the 12-4 pasting.  The second game never got underway as rain moved into the area cancelling the afternoon game.

 

NEW YORK (A) AT BOSTON

Yankees......... 0 2 5  0 0 0  1 1 3  - 12 18  1

Red Sox......... 0 0 0  1 3 0  0 0 0  -  4  7  1

Win:Meyer(1-0) Loss:Monbouquette(0-2) Save:Mikkelsen(1st)

Homeruns- M.Mantle(2nd), F.Mantilla(2nd)

 

American League Standings

Team          W   L   Pct     GB   L10  Stk

Detroit       4   1   0.800    -   4-1  3W

New York      4   1   0.800    -   4-1  1W

Baltimore     3   2   0.600   1.0  3-2  1W

Minnesota     3   3   0.500   1.5  3-3  3L

Washington    3   3   0.500   1.5  3-3  1L

Cleveland     1   1   0.500   1.5  1-1  1W

Chicago       2   3   0.400   2.0  2-3  2W

Kansas City   1   2   0.333   2.0  1-2  1W

Los Angeles   1   3   0.250   2.5  1-3  1L

Boston        1   4   0.200   3.0  1-4  3L

 

 

INJURY REPORT

Jim King, Washington – returns April 28th.

Tony Kubek, New York - returns May 1st.

Frank Baumann, Chicago – returns May 2nd.

 

 

TRANSACTIONS. None.

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05/22/16 09:04 PM

And now only 1 undefeated team in the NL

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National League

Monday, April 20th, 1964

 

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles - And now there is only one undefeated team left in baseball, the Pittsburgh Pirates.  Los Angeles once again got great pitching as Nick Willhite pitched well, only getting dinged by a Rico Carty solo homerun and an unearned run. But Milwaukee’s hurler, Bob Sadowski, was better as he held the Dodgers to no runs while scattering 5 hits. It was too bad for Willhite who took a perfect game into the 6th before Carty’s homerun ended the perfect game, the no-hitter, and the shutout.  The Braves stop the Dodgers’ winning streak at 6 with a 2-0 win.

 

Candlestick Park, San Francisco - Cincinnati stopped its losing streak at 5 as Mel Queen and Frank Robinson hit solo homeruns for an early 2-0 lead that Willie Mays subsequently eliminated with a 2-run homerun for San Francisco.  But Leo Cardenas drilled a 3-run homerun off of loser Jack Sanford for a 5-2 lead that the Reds never relinquished.  Bob Purkey got the win but needed help from Billy McCool in the 8th when the Giants got to within 3 runs but held on for a 6-3 win.

 

Colt Stadium, Houston - And the Colts are surprising everyone with their solid pitching and all-around good baseball.  Today it was Dick Farrell holding down the Cardinals, taking a shutout into the 9th.  Jim Wynn and Bob Aspromonte had homered against Ernie Broglio for a 3-0 lead and Al Spangler’s RBI double drove Broglio from the game trailing 4-0.  When St. Louis began hitting a tiring Farrell in the 9th, Hal Woodeschick came on to get the last two outs for a 4-2 Houston victory.

 

CINCINNATI AT SAN FRANCISCO

Reds............ 1 1 0  0 3 0  0 1 0  -  6 12  0

Giants.......... 0 0 0  2 0 0  0 1 0  -  3  6  2

Win:Purkey(1-0) Loss:Sanford(0-2) Save:McCool(1st)

Homeruns- L.Cardenas(1st), F.Robinson(3rd), M.Queen(1st), W.Mays(3rd)

 

MILWAUKEE AT LOS ANGELES

Braves.......... 0 0 0  0 0 1  0 1 0  -  2  4  0

Dodgers......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  5  2

Win:Sadowski(2-0) Loss:Willhite(0-1)

Homeruns- R.Carty(1st)

 

ST. LOUIS AT HOUSTON

Cardinals....... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 2  -  2  6  0

Colt 45's....... 0 1 0  0 0 2  1 0    -  4  8  1

Win:Farrell(1-0) Loss:Broglio(0-2) Save:Woodeshick(1st)

Homeruns- B.Aspromonte(1st), J.Wynn(1st)

 

 

National League Standings

Team          W   L   Pct     GB   L10  Stk

Pittsburgh    5   0   1.000    -   5-0  5W

Los Angeles   6   1   0.857    -   6-1  1L

Philadelphia  4   1   0.800   1.0  4-1  1L

Houston       4   2   0.667   1.5  4-2  1W

San Francisco 3   4   0.429   3.0  3-4  1L

St. Louis     3   4   0.429   3.0  3-4  1L

Milwaukee     3   4   0.429   3.0  3-4  1W

Chicago       1   4   0.200   4.0  1-4  1W

Cincinnati    1   5   0.167   4.5  1-5  1W

New York      0   5   0.000   5.0  0-5  5L

 

INJURY REPORT

Marty Keough, Cincinnati – returns April 22nd.

Lee Maye, Milwaukee – returns April 22nd.

Charlie James, St. Louis – returns April 25th.

Tommy Harper, Cincinnati – returns April 27th.

Jesse Gonder, New York – returns April 29th.

Paul Popvich, Chicago – returns May 1st.

Billy Cowan, Chicago – returns May 3rd.

 

 

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05/23/16 11:54 AM

I took a gander at Mantle's 1964 splits, and, holy moly, he had a plus .400 batting average and 15 homers off lefthanded pitching in 1964. The average was down from the left side of the plate, but he still had 20 homers against right handers in just over 300 at bats. This should be fun to watch this season.

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05/24/16 08:35 AM

That was a revelation! I read in one of these posts, the things you learn reading the posts here in the village. I never knew Lou Brock played for the Cubs. Before today, if asked about Brock, I would have said he played his entire career with the Cardinals and believed it as gospel. Guess I never looked at his stats. 

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05/24/16 04:06 PM

Brock had been with the Cubs for a few seasons. But they really mis-used him. The Cubs felt he could not field and made too many running mistakes. They had him playing right field (his arm was just not that good for right) and RF is a terrible sun field at Wrigley. But no one ever taught him how to use his sun glasses! Despite the rap on Johnny Keane with the Cards, he would make sure that young players were brought along properly and taught what they needed to know. Hence when Brock went to the Cards and Keane, he got better training and was also allowed to run almost at will. The Cubs discouraged him from running!! Despite the great players (Banks, Santo, Williams), the Cubs management was just horrible at this time - at least until Leo showed up in 1966. A lot of good background can be found in the book October, 1964 by Halberstam.

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05/24/16 04:08 PM

Mike - yeah , Mantle is pretty much Babe Ruth against lefties and Roy Sievers against righties. I think he hit about .260 or so with power against RH pitching. It was all that bad right knee.

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05/24/16 06:54 PM

Here you go, Gary. 465' into the upper deck at the real Yankee Stadium....Barney Schultz's reaction is priceless. Hands on knees, mind going "oops, shouldn't have thrown him fastball." 

This was the first homerun I ever saw....wonder why I loved this guy?  I was 9, and he was like a God to me.  The sheer ferocity of the swing still blows me away; all or nothing.


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05/25/16 07:43 AM

The story on this homer (from the October 1964 book) is that Mantle turned to whomever was on deck (can't remember whom) and said, "Don't bother, this game is over" before stepping up against Schultz.

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05/25/16 07:45 AM

Veteran Foytack gets a win against his old team.

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American League

Tuesday, April 21st, 1964

 

Municipal Stadium, Kansas City - After many rainouts, Cleveland finally got to play a game and evidently the rain did not cool off any of the Indian bats.  Dick Howser’s grand slam in the 6th capped off a 6-run inning that put Cleveland on top of K.C. 9-4.  Woody Held and Tito Francona had also homered against a very ineffective John O’Donoghue.  But Mudcat Grant was not pitching well either and soon left for Sonny Siebert. And the rookie fireballer served up a 3-run shot to Ed Charles and it was close again.  Gary Bell came on to save the day while Cleveland added an insurance run against Jack Aker and the Indians prevailed 10-7.

 

Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles - Neither starter Phil Regan nor Ed Rakow were effective for Chuck Dressen as the Angels pounded them to take a 6-3 lead over Detroit after just 4 innings. By then, however, Angel starter Barry Latman was also gone and so a series of relievers finished out for Bill Rigney and his Angels for a 7-4 win. Paul Foytack, who pitched the 5th inning, was credited with the win while Bob Lee was called on to save the day in the 9th when the Tigers rallied.  Lee Thomas led the way for Los Angeles with 3 RBI’s and 3 hits.

 

Washington and Minnesota were rained out but will play tomorrow to make it up.

 

CLEVELAND AT KANSAS CITY

Indians......... 0 0 2  1 0 6  0 1 0  - 10 15  0

A's............. 0 1 1  1 1 0  3 0 0  -  7  9  0

Win:Grant(1-1) Loss:O'Donoghue(0-1) Save:Bell(1st)

Homeruns- D.Howser(1st), W.Held(2nd), T.Francona(3rd), N.Mathews(1st),           E.Charles(2nd), D.Green(1st), J.O'Donoghue(1st)

 

DETROIT AT LOS ANGELES (A)

Tigers.......... 0 1 0  2 0 0  0 0 1  -  4 11  0

Angels.......... 0 0 3  3 0 1  0 0    -  7 11  0

Win:Foytack(1-0) Loss:Rakow(0-1) Save:Lee(1st)

 

American League Standings

Team          W   L   Pct     GB   L10  Stk

New York      4   1   0.800    -   4-1  1W

Detroit       4   2   0.667   0.5  4-2  1L

Cleveland     2   1   0.667   1.0  2-1  2W

Baltimore     3   2   0.600   1.0  3-2  1W

Minnesota     3   3   0.500   1.5  3-3  3L

Washington    3   3   0.500   1.5  3-3  1L

Chicago       2   3   0.400   2.0  2-3  2W

Los Angeles   2   3   0.400   2.0  2-3  1W

Kansas City   1   3   0.250   2.5  1-3  1L

Boston        1   4   0.200   3.0  1-4  3L

 

 

INJURY REPORT

Bob Chance, Cleveland – returns April 24th.

Jim King, Washington – returns April 28th.

Tony Kubek, New York - returns May 1st.

Frank Baumann, Chicago – returns May 2nd.

 

 

TRANSACTIONS. None.

 

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05/25/16 07:50 AM

And now everyone has lost at least once in the NL

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National League

Tuesday, April 21st, 1964

 

Wrigley Field, Chicago - And so no one will go 162-0 this year.  Pittsburgh fell from the ranks of the undefeated.  It did not look like it early.  Pittsburgh scored a pair in the first but that was matched by Chicago. In the second, NL RBI leader Roberto Clemente belted a 3-run homerun for a 5-2 Pirate lead.  All of that scoring was off of Dick Ellsworth but the lefty settled down and did not allow another score the rest of the game.  Meanwhile, his Cub teammates got to starter Vern Law for 3 runs in the 5th and a 5-5 tie. Rookie Steve Blass replaced Law and pitched well until the bottom of the 8th when he loaded the bases and Ellis Burton drove home a pair. Dick Bertell added a sacrifice fly and the Cubs led 8-5.  Ellsworth by now was in his groove and that’s how the game ended with Ellsworth the winner and Blass the loser.

 

Colt Stadium, Houston - Who are these Colt 45’s?  Once again, Houston got great pitching, this time from Bob Bruce who surrendered 2 early runs to the Reds but then went 9+ innings without allowing another run.  Jim Beauchamp hit a 2-run homerun off of Jim O’Toole that tied it in the 5th and that’s where it stood going into the bottom of the 12th.  Mike White doubled off of Sammy Ellis leading off the bottom of the 12th.  White went to third on a groundout.  That brought veteran Nellie Fox up as a pinch hitter.  Known as a great bunter, Fox was showing bunt all the way and the suicide squeeze was on.  Despite having the corners in as far as they dare, Fox still got the bunt down, White scored, and the game was over.  Houston had won again, 3-2 in 12 innings.

 

CINCINNATI AT HOUSTON

Reds............ 1 0 1  0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  2  8  0

Colt 45's....... 0 0 0  0 2 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  3  7  0

Win:Giusti(1-0) Loss:Ellis(0-2)

Homeruns- J.Beauchamp(1st)

 

PITTSBURGH AT CHICAGO

Pirates......... 2 3 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  5  9  1

Cubs............ 2 0 0  0 3 0  0 3    -  8 10  0

Win:Ellsworth(1-1) Loss:Blass(0-1)

Homeruns- R.Clemente(2nd)

 

National League Standings

Team          W   L   Pct     GB   L10  Stk

Los Angeles   6   1   0.857    -   6-1  1L

Pittsburgh    5   1   0.825   0.5  5-1  1L

Philadelphia  4   1   0.800   1.0  4-1  1L

Houston       5   2   0.714   1.0  5-2  2W

San Francisco 3   4   0.429   3.0  3-4  1L

St. Louis     3   4   0.429   3.0  3-4  1L

Milwaukee     3   4   0.429   3.0  3-4  1W

Chicago       2   4   0.333   3.5  2-4  2W

Cincinnati    1   6   0.143   5.0  1-6  1L

New York      0   5   0.000   5.0  0-5  5L

 

INJURY REPORT

Charlie James, St. Louis – returns April 25th.

Tommy Harper, Cincinnati – returns April 27th.

Jesse Gonder, New York – returns April 29th.

Paul Popvich, Chicago – returns May 1st.

Billy Cowan, Chicago – returns May 3rd.

 

 

TRANSACTIONS.

 

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05/25/16 07:59 AM

Smoke and mirrors in Houston....is there any way this team can keep this up?

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05/26/16 06:49 AM

Lolich puts Detroit back into first

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American League

Wednesday, April 22nd, 1964

 

Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles - Young lefty Mickey Lolich held the Angels to 5 hits while throwing a whitewash at them to put Detroit back into first place.  Lolich only walked one while striking out 5 as Los Angeles barely even threatened.  In the process, he beat young Dean Chance who only allowed a pair of runs himself but had trouble with his control. Don Wert drew a walk in the 5th and went to second on a Lolich bunt.  Billy Bruton singled home Wert for the first run.  Bill Freehan knocked home a run in the 6th on a fielder’s choice for Detroit’s only other score but it was enough.

 

Comiskey Park, Chicago - And the Yankees dropped back into second thanks to the efforts of lefty Juan Pizarro and Chicago.  Pizarro held the Bombers to just 5 hits and only one 9th inning run. He got Joe Pepitone for the final out with Mickey Mantle on third for the narrow 2-1 win.  Whitey Ford pitched well but took the tough loss.  Ron Hansen drove home both runs with RBI hits in the 4th and 6th innings.

 

Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis - Bernie Allen and hot Earl Battey each had 2-run doubles and a John Kennedy error set up more scoring as the Twins piled up 6 runs against Washington and Bennie Daniels.  Jim Kaat went the distance even though he was touched for a pair of triples from Eddie Brinkman and Chuck Hinton while Don Lock hit his league-leading 4th homerun.  Despite the Senator power display, Kaat managed a complete-game, 6-4 win.

 

And again, Cleveland was rained out in their game against Kansas City. The Indians have only managed to play 3 games so far this season.  Baltimore and Boston were also rained out.

 

DETROIT AT LOS ANGELES (A)

Tigers.......... 0 0 0  0 1 1  0 0 0  -  2  8  0

Angels.......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  5  1

Win:Lolich(2-0) Loss:Chance(1-1)

 

NEW YORK (A) AT CHICAGO (A)

Yankees......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  1  5  0

White Sox....... 0 0 0  1 0 1  0 0    -  2  8  2

Win:Pizarro(1-0) Loss:Ford(1-1)

 

WASHINGTON AT MINNESOTA

Senators........ 0 0 2  0 0 1  0 0 1  -  4  7  1

Twins........... 0 2 0  0 0 2  0 2    -  6 10  2

Win:Kaat(2-0) Loss:Daniels(0-1)

Homeruns- D.Lock(4th)

 

American League Standings

Team          W   L   Pct     GB   L10  Stk

Detroit       5   2   0.714    -   5-2  1W

New York      4   2   0.667   0.5  4-2  1L

Cleveland     2   1   0.667   1.0  2-1  2W

Baltimore     3   2   0.600   1.0  3-2  1W

Minnesota     4   3   0.571   1.0  4-3  1W

Chicago       3   3   0.500   1.5  3-3  3W

Washington    3   4   0.429   2.0  3-4  2L

Los Angeles   2   4   0.333   2.5  2-4  1L

Kansas City   1   3   0.250   2.5  1-3  1L

Boston        1   4   0.200   3.0  1-4  3L

 

 

INJURY REPORT

Bob Chance, Cleveland – returns April 24th.

Chuck Cottier, Washington – returns April 25th.

Jim King, Washington – returns April 28th.

Tony Kubek, New York - returns May 1st.

Frank Baumann, Chicago – returns May 2nd.

 

 

TRANSACTIONS. Pitcher Ed Roebuck has been sold to the Philadelphia Phillies by Washington.  Catcher Don Leppert has been activated from the DL by Washington.

 

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05/26/16 06:55 AM

Mays, McCovey, and Robinson all belt their 4th homerun

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National League

Wednesday, April 22nd, 1964

 

Colts Stadium, Houston - The Reds finally got to Houston as Frank Robinson homered, added a second hit, and drove home 3 runs.  That supported the 9 strikeout effort of Jim Maloney as Cincinnati upended Ken Johnson and Houston 5-2.

 

Busch Stadium, St. Louis - Curt Simmons kept the Dodgers off balance while holding them to a single run. Phil Ortega got his first start for Los Angeles and did not look good as St. Louis jumped on him for 4 quick runs by the second inning.  Bill White later homered and had 3 hits along with Curt Flood, Tim McCarver, and Dick Groat as the Cards scored 7 runs against the Dodgers for a nifty 7-1 win.

 

County Stadium, Milwaukee - Despite the fact that Willie Mays, Willie McCovey and Orlando Cepeda all homered, it was a big 3-run homerun from Hank Aaron that opened up a close game and the Braves beat the Giants 9-5.  Neither starting pitcher, Denny Lemaster for Milwaukee nor Bob Hendley for San Francisco, were sharp; both left the game to the bullpen. Veteran Billy Hoeft came on to hold the lead for Milwaukee in the win.

 

The remaining games involving Pittsburgh – Philadelphia and New York – Chicago were rained out.

 

CINCINNATI AT HOUSTON

Reds............ 1 0 0  0 1 0  0 2 1  -  5 10  0

Colt 45's....... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 2  -  2  7  3

Win:Maloney(1-1) Loss:Johnson(1-2)

Homeruns- F.Robinson(4th)

 

LOS ANGELES AT ST. LOUIS

Dodgers......... 0 0 0  1 0 0  0 0 0  -  1 10  2

Cardinals....... 1 3 0  0 1 1  0 1    -  7 14  1

Win:Simmons(2-0) Loss:Ortega(0-1)

Homeruns- B.White(1st)

 

SAN FRANCISCO AT MILWAUKEE

Giants.......... 1 1 0  0 0 3  0 0 0  -  5  9  1

Braves.......... 3 0 1  2 0 0  0 3    -  9 17  0

Win:Lemaster(1-1) Loss:Hendley(0-2) Save:Hoeft(1st)

Homeruns- W.Mays(4th), O.Cepeda(1st), W.McCovey(4th), H.Aaron(3rd)

 

National League Standings

Team          W   L   Pct     GB   L10  Stk

Pittsburgh    5   1   0.825    -   5-1  1L

Philadelphia  4   1   0.800   0.5  4-1  1L

Los Angeles   6   2   0.750    -   6-2  2L

Houston       5   3   0.625   1.0  5-3  1L

St. Louis     4   4   0.500   2.0  4-4  1W

Milwaukee     4   4   0.500   2.0  4-4  2W

San Francisco 3   5   0.375   3.0  3-5  2L

Chicago       2   4   0.333   3.0  2-4  2W

Cincinnati    2   6   0.250   4.0  2-6  1W

New York      0   5   0.000   4.5  0-5  5L

 

INJURY REPORT

Nellie Fox, Houston – returns April 24th.

Charlie James, St. Louis – returns April 25th.

Tommy Harper, Cincinnati – returns April 27th.

Jesse Gonder, New York – returns April 29th.

Paul Popvich, Chicago – returns May 1st.

Billy Cowan, Chicago – returns May 3rd.

 

 

TRANSACTIONS. The Philadelphia Phillies have picked up pitcher Ed Roebuck for cash.  Outfielder Alex Johnson was sent to the minors.

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05/26/16 09:40 AM

In the late 60's and early 1970's the Yankees had a habit of picking players in the waning days of their careers and giving them a shot at some playing time, often on a platoon basis. It's quite a list, with a lot of familiar faces.

Bernie Allen, who was always one of those players you rotated around in the Senators' lineup in the 1968-71 days, a decent fielding guy with a bit of pop but not what you'd considered talented.    New York grabbed him from the Senators in 1972, and he was platooned at third base with the indomitable Celerino Sanchez, to this day the prototype for worthless in my book.

Anyway, Allen hit .227, I believe, fielded well, but not spectacularly or anything. He DID, however, demonstrate a batting stroke that was perfect for the famed Short Porch at the stadium, poking few into the seats. I always rooted for him, a real grinder and good guy.

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05/26/16 03:09 PM

Hi Gary,
Looks as if the Phillies are making their way towards the top. I love seeing the postings with all these great players from my early teen years once again.
J.Q.

J.Q. GO 2017 RED SOX !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The Tigers of any vintage rock The Village.

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