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Boston Red Sox Players Who Have Led The American League In A Major Statistical Category

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Batting Average

Dale Alexander (also played for Detroit Tigers) – 1932 - .367
Jimmie Foxx – 1938 - .349
Ted Williams – 1941 - .406
Ted Williams – 1942 - .356
Ted Williams – 1947 - .343
Ted Williams – 1948 - .369
Billy Goodman – 1950 - .354
Ted Williams – 1957 - .388
Ted Williams – 1958 - .328
Pete Runnels – 1960 - .320
Pete Runnels – 1962 - .326
Carl Yastrzemski – 1963 - .321
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 - .326
Carl Yastrzemski – 1968 - .301
Fred Lynn – 1979 - .333
Carney Lansford – 1981 - .336
Wade Boggs – 1983 - .361
Wade Boggs – 1985 - .368
Wade Boggs – 1986 - .357
Wade Boggs – 1987 - .363
Wade Boggs – 1988 - .366
Nomar Garciaparra – 1999 - .357
Nomar Garciaparra – 2000 - .372
Manny Ramirez – 2002 - .349
Bill Mueller – 2003 - .326

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Hits

Tris Speaker – 1914 – 193
Joe Vosmik – 1938 – 201
Doc Cramer – 1940 – 200 – (tied with Barney McCosky of Detroit Tigers and Rip Radcliff of St. Louis Browns)
Johnny Pesky – 1942 – 205
Johnny Pesky – 1946 – 208
Johnny Pesky – 1947 – 207
Carl Yastrzemski – 1963 – 183
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 – 189
Jim Rice – 1978 – 213
Wade Boggs – 1985 – 240
Nomar Garciaparra – 1997 – 209

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Boston Red Sox Leaders In Runs

Babe Ruth – 1919 – 103
Ted Williams – 1940 – 134
Ted Williams – 1941 – 135
Ted Williams – 1942 – 141
Ted Williams – 1946 – 142
Ted Williams – 1947 – 125
Ted Williams – 1949 – 150
Dom DiMaggio – 1950 – 131
Dom DiMaggio – 1951 – 113
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 – 112
Carl Yastrzemski – 1970 – 125
Carl Yastrzemski – 1974 – 93
Fred Lynn – 1975 – 103
Dwight Evans – 1984 – 121
Wade Boggs – 1988 – 128
Wade Boggs – 1989 – 113 – (tied with Rickey Henderson of New York Yankees/Oakland Athletics)

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Runs Batted In (R.B.I.)

Babe Ruth – 1919 – 114
Jimmie Foxx – 1938 – 175
Ted Williams – 1939 – 145
Ted Williams – 1942 – 137
Ted Williams – 1947 – 114
Vern “Junior” Stephens and Ted Williams – 1949 – 159
Walt Dropo and Vern “Junior” Stephens – 1950 – 144
Jackie Jensen – 1955 – 116 – (tied with Ray Boone of Detroit Tigers)
Jackie Jensen – 1958 – 122
Jackie Jensen – 1959 – 112
Dick Stuart – 1963 – 118
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 – 121
Ken “Hawk” Harrelson – 1968 – 109
Jim Rice – 1978 – 139
Jim Rice – 1983 – 126 – (tied with Cecil Cooper of Milwaukee Brewers)
Tony Armas – 1984 – 123
Mo Vaughn – 1995 – 126 – (tied with Albert Belle of Cleveland Indians)
David “Big Papi” Ortiz – 2005 – 148
David “Big Papi” Ortiz – 2006 – 137

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Doubles

Tris Speaker – 1912 – 53
Tris Speaker – 1914 – 46
Earl Webb – 1931 – 67
Joe Cronin – 1938 – 51
Ted Williams – 1948 – 44
Ted Williams – 1949 – 39
Jimmy Piersall – 1956 – 40
Carl Yastrzemski – 1963 – 40
Carl Yastrzemski – 1965 – 45 – (tied with Zoilo Versalles of Minnesota Twins)
Carl Yastrzemski – 1966 – 39
Reggie Smith – 1971 – 33
Fred Lynn – 1975 – 47
Wade Boggs – 1988 – 45
Wade Boggs – 1989 – 51
Jody Reed – 1990 – 45 – (tied with George Brett of Kansas City Royals)
John Valentin – 1997 – 47
Nomar Garciaparra – 2002 – 56 – (tied with Garret Anderson of Anaheim Angels)

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Triples

Dom DiMaggio and Bobby Doerr – 1950 – 11 – (tied with Hoot Evers of Detroit Tigers)
Jackie Jensen – 1956 – 11 – (tied with Jim Lemon of Washington Senators, Minnie Minoso of Chicago White Sox and Harry “Suitcase” Simpson of Kansas City Athletics)
Carlton Fisk – 1972 – 9 – (tied with Joe Rudi of Oakland Athletics)
Jim Rice – 1978 – 15
Nomar Garciaparra – 1997 – 11
Jose Offerman – 1999 – 11
Johnny Damon – 2002 – 11

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Home Runs

Jake Stahl – 1910 – 10
Tris Speaker – 1912 – 10 – (tied with Frank “Home Run” Baker of Philadelphia Athletics)
Babe Ruth – 1918 – 11 – (tied with Tilly Walker of Philadelphia Athletics)
Babe Ruth – 1919 – 29
Jimmie Foxx – 1939 – 35
Ted Williams – 1941 – 37
Ted Williams – 1942 – 36
Ted Williams – 1947 – 32
Ted Williams – 1949 – 43
Tony Conigliaro – 1965 – 32
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 – 44 – (tied with Harmon Killebrew of Minnesota Twins)
Jim Rice – 1977 – 39
Jim Rice – 1978 – 46
Dwight Evans – 1981 - 22 – (tied with Tony Armas of Oakland Athletics, Bobby Grich of California Angels and Eddie Murray of Baltimore Orioles)
Jim Rice – 1983 – 39
Tony Armas – 1984 – 43
Manny Ramirez – 2004 – 43
David “Big Papi” Ortiz – 2006 – 54

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Total Bases

Tris Speaker – 1914 – 287
Babe Ruth – 1919 – 284
Jimmie Foxx – 1938 – 398
Ted Williams – 1939 – 344
Ted Williams – 1942 – 338
Ted Williams – 1946 – 343
Ted Williams – 1947 – 335
Ted Williams – 1949 – 368
Walt Dropo – 1950 – 326
Ted Williams – 1951 – 295
Dick Stuart – 1963 – 319
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 – 360
Carl Yastrzemski – 1970 – 335
Reggie Smith – 1971 – 302
Jim Rice – 1977 – 382
Jim Rice – 1978 – 406
Jim Rice – 1979 – 369
Dwight Evans – 1981 – 215
Jim Rice – 1983 – 344
Tony Armas – 1984 – 339
David “Big Papi” Ortiz – 2006 – 355

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Stolen Bases

Buddy Myer – 1928 – 30
Billy Werber – 1934 – 40
Billy Werber – 1935 – 29
Ben Chapman (also played for Washington Senators) – 1937 – 35 – (tied with Billy Werber of Philadelphia Athletics)
Dom DiMaggio – 1950 – 15
Jackie Jensen – 1954 – 22
Tommy Harper – 1973 – 54

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Boston Red Sox Leaders In On-Base Percentage

Doc Gessler – 1908 - .394
Tris Speaker – 1912 - .464
Babe Ruth – 1919 - .456
Jimmie Foxx – 1938 - .462
Jimmie Foxx – 1939 - .464
Ted Williams – 1940 - .442
Ted Williams – 1941 - .553
Ted Williams – 1942 - .499
“Indian Bob” Johnson – 1944 - .431
Eddie Lake – 1945 - .412
Ted Williams – 1946 - .497
Ted Williams – 1947 - .499
Ted Williams – 1948 - .497
Ted Williams – 1949 - .490
Ted Williams – 1951 - .464
Ted Williams – 1954 - .513
Ted Williams – 1956 - .479
Ted Williams – 1957 - .526
Ted Williams – 1958 - .458
Carl Yastrzemski – 1963 - .418
Carl Yastrzemski – 1965 - .395
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 - .418
Carl Yastrzemski – 1968 - .426
Carl Yastrzemski – 1970 - .452
Fred Lynn – 1979 - .423
Dwight Evans – 1982 - .402
Wade Boggs – 1983 - .444
Wade Boggs – 1985 - .450
Wade Boggs – 1986 - .453
Wade Boggs – 1987 - .461
Wade Boggs – 1988 - .476
Wade Boggs – 1989 - .430
Manny Ramirez – 2002 - .450
Manny Ramirez – 2003 - .427
Manny Ramirez – 2006 - .439

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Slugging Percentage

Babe Ruth – 1918 - .555
Babe Ruth – 1919 - .657
Jimmie Foxx – 1938 - .704
Jimmie Foxx – 1939 - .694
Ted Williams – 1941 - .735
Ted Williams – 1942 - .648
Bobby Doerr – 1944 - .528
Ted Williams – 1946 - .667
Ted Williams – 1947 - .634
Ted Williams – 1948 - .615
Ted Williams – 1949 - .650
Ted Williams – 1951 - .556
Ted Williams – 1957 - .731
Carl Yastrzemski – 1965 - .536
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 - .622
Carl Yastrzemski – 1970 - .592
Fred Lynn – 1975 - .566
Jim Rice – 1977 - .593
Jim Rice – 1978 - .600
Fred Lynn – 1979 - .637
Manny Ramirez – 2004 - .613

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Walks

Jimmie Foxx – 1938 – 119 – (tied with Hank Greenberg of Detroit Tigers)
Ted Williams – 1941 – 147
Ted Williams – 1942 – 145
Ted Williams – 1946 – 156
Ted Williams – 1947 – 162
Ted Williams – 1948 – 126
Ted Williams – 1949 – 162
Ted Williams – 1951 – 144
Ted Williams – 1954 – 136
Carl Yastrzemski – 1963 – 95
Carl Yastrzemski – 1968 – 119
Dwight Evans – 1981 – 85
Dwight Evans – 1985 – 114
Wade Boggs – 1986 – 106
Wade Boggs – 1987 – 106
Wade Boggs – 1988 – 125
David “Big Papi” Ortiz – 2006 – 119

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Earned Run Average (E.R.A.)

Dutch Leonard – 1914 - .96
“Smokey Joe” Wood – 1915 – 1.49
Babe Ruth – 1916 – 1.75
Lefty Grove – 1935 – 2.70
Lefty Grove – 1936 – 2.81
Lefty Grove – 1938 – 3.08
Lefty Grove – 1939 – 2.54
Luis Tiant – 1972 – 1.91
Roger Clemens – 1986 – 2.48
Roger Clemens – 1990 – 1.93
Roger Clemens – 1991 – 2.62
Roger Clemens – 1992 – 2.41
Pedro Martinez – 1999 – 2.07
Pedro Martinez – 2000 – 1.74
Pedro Martinez – 2002 – 2.26
Pedro Martinez – 2003 – 2.22

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Wins

“Smokey Joe” Wood – 1912 – 34
Wes Ferrell – 1935 – 25
Tex Hughson – 1942 – 22
Mel Parnell – 1949 – 25
Frank Sullivan – 1955 – 18 – (tied with Whitey Ford of New York Yankees and Bob Lemon of Cleveland Indians)                                        
Jim Lonborg – 1967 – 22 – (tied with Earl Wilson of Detroit Tigers)
Roger Clemens – 1986 – 24
Roger Clemens – 1987 – 20 – (tied with Dave Stewart of Oakland Athletics)
Pedro Martinez – 1999 – 23
Curt Schilling – 2004 – 21

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Strikeouts

Tex Hughson – 1942 – 113 – (tied with Bobo Newsom of Washington Senators)
Jim Lonborg – 1967 – 246
Roger Clemens – 1988 – 291
Roger Clemens – 1991 – 241
Roger Clemens – 1996 – 257
Pedro Martinez – 1999 – 313
Pedro Martinez – 2000 – 284
Hideo Nomo – 2001 – 220
Pedro Martinez – 2002 – 239

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Boston Red Sox Leaders In Shutouts

“Smokey Joe” Wood – 1912 – 10
Babe Ruth – 1916 – 9
Carl Mays – 1918 – 5 – (tied with Walter Johnson of Washington Senators)
“Sad Sam” Jones – 1921 – 5
Danny MacFayden – 1929 – 5 – (tied with George Blaeholder, Alvin Crowder and Dolly  Gray of St. Louis Browns)
Ellis Kinder – 1949 – 6 – (tied with Virgil Trucks of Detroit Tigers)
Luis Tiant – 1974 – 7
Bob Ojeda – 1984 – 5 – (tied with Geoff Zahn of California Angels)
Roger Clemens – 1987 – 7
Roger Clemens – 1988 – 8
Roger Clemens – 1990 – 4 – (tied with Dave Stewart of Oakland Athletics)
Roger Clemens – 1991 – 4
Roger Clemens – 1992 – 5
Pedro Martinez – 2000 – 4

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Winning Percentage

“Smokey Joe” Wood – 1912 - .872
“Smokey Joe” Wood – 1915 - .750
“Sad Sam” Jones – 1918 - .762
Lefty Grove – 1939 - .789
Tex Hughson – 1944 - .783
Dave “Boo” Ferriss – 1946 - .806
Jack Kramer – 1948 - .783
Ellis Kinder – 1949 - .793
Roger Clemens – 1986 - .857
Roger Clemens – 1987 - .690
Pedro Martinez – 1999 - .852
Pedro Martinez – 2002 - .833
Curt Schilling – 2004 - .778

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Complete Games

“Smokey Joe” Wood – 1912 – 35
Babe Ruth – 1917 – 35
Carl Mays – 1918 – 30 – (tied with Scott Perry of Philadelphia Athletics)
Howard Ehmke – 1925 – 22 – (tied with Sherry Smith of Cleveland Indians)
Red Ruffing – 1928 – 25
Wes Ferrell – 1935 – 31
Wes Ferrell – 1936 – 28
Wes Ferrell (also played for Washington Senators) – 1937 – 26
Tex Hughson – 1942 – 22 – (tied with Tiny Bonham of New York Yankees)
Tex Hughson – 1943 – 20 – (tied with Spud Chandler of New York Yankees)
Mel Parnell – 1949 – 27
Roger Clemens – 1987 – 18
Roger Clemens – 1988 – 14 – (tied with Dave Stewart of Oakland Athletics)

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Innings Pitched

Howard Ehmke – 1924 – 315.0
Wes Ferrell – 1935 – 322.1
Wes Ferrell – 1936 – 301.0
Wes Ferrell (also played for Washington Senators) – 1937 – 281.0
Tex Hughson – 1942 – 281.0
Mel Parnell – 1949 – 295.1
Frank Sullivan – 1955 – 260.0
Roger Clemens – 1991 – 271.1

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Games Pitched

Mace Brown – 1943 – 49
Ellis Kinder – 1951 – 63
Ellis Kinder – 1953 – 69
Mike Fornieles – 1960 – 70
Dick Radatz – 1962 – 62
Greg Harris – 1993 – 80
Mike Timlin – 2005 – 81

Boston Red Sox Leaders In Saves

Frank Arellanes – 1909 – 8
Charley Hall – 1911 – 4 – (tied with Eddie Plank of Philadelphia Athletics and “Big Ed” Walsh of Chicago White Sox)
Carl Mays – 1915 – 7
Allan “Rubberarm” Russell (also played for New York Yankees) – 1919 – 5 - (tied with Jim Shaw of Washington Senators and Bob Shawkey of New York Yankees)
Wilcy Moore – 1931 - 10
Bob Klinger – 1946 – 9
Ellis Kinder – 1951 – 14
Ellis Kinder – 1953 – 27
Mike Fornieles – 1960 – 14 – (tied with Johnny Klippstein of Cleveland Indians)
Dick Radatz – 1962 – 24
Dick Radatz – 1964 – 29
Bill Campbell – 1977 – 31
Tom “Flash” Gordon – 1998 – 46
Derek Lowe – 2000 – 42 – (tied with Todd Jones of Detroit Tigers)

Boston Red Sox Players Who Have Won Major Awards

Gold Glove Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

In 1957, baseball glove manufacturer Rawlings presented Gold Gloves The Sporting News All-Fielding Team. A panel of sportswriters selected one player for each position in the major leagues. In 1958 major league players took over the voting, awarding gold gloves for each position in each league. Starting in 1961, three outfielders were chosen regardless of whether they played left field, center field or right field. Major league managers and coaches took over the voting in 1966.

Frank Malzone – 1957 – 3B
Frank Malzone – 1958 – 3B
Jim Piersall – 1958 – CF
Jackie Jensen – 1959 – RF
Frank Malzone – 1959 – 3B
Carl Yastrzemski – 1963 – OF
Carl Yastrzemski – 1965 – OF
George “Boomer” Scott – 1967 – 1B
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967 – OF
George “Boomer” Scott – 1968 – 1B
Reggie Smith – 1968 – OF
Carl Yastrzemski – 1968 – OF
Carl Yastrzemski – 1969 – OF
George “Boomer” Scott – 1971 – 1B
Carl Yastrzemski – 1971 – OF
Carlton Fisk – 1972 – C
Doug Griffin – 1972 – 2B
Fred Lynn – 1975 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1976 – OF
Carl Yastrzemski – 1977 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1978 – OF
Fred Lynn – 1978 – OF
Rick Burleson – 1979 – SS
Dwight Evans – 1979 – OF
Fred Lynn – 1979 – OF
Fred Lynn – 1980 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1981 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1982 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1983 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1984 – OF
Dwight Evans – 1985 – OF
Mike Boddicker – 1990 – P
Ellis Burks – 1990 – OF
Tony Pena – 1991 – C
Jason Varitek – 2005 – C

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Chalmers Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

Named after automobile manufacturer Hugh Chalmers, the 1911 award was given to the player with the highest batting average in each league. From 1912 to 1914, the recipient was chosen by a committee of baseball writers, presented to the “most important and useful player to his club and to the league.” The award was discontinued until 1922, when the American League honored “the baseball player who is of greatest all-around service to his club.” Voters selected one player from each team and were not allowed to vote for player-managers. Previous winners were ineligible for consideration. The American League dropped the award after the 1928 season. The National League resumed its Chalmers Award (without the flawed restrictions favored by the American League) in 1924, eliminating the award following the 1929 season.

Tris Speaker – 1912

Most Valuable Player Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

The American League didn’t offer any form of an award for a “most valuable player” from 1929 to 1930. The National League had no such award for the 1930 season. The modern MVP award was created in 1931 by the Baseball Writers Association of America. A ten-place ballot was filled out by one writer in each league city. A player receiving a first-place vote received ten points, a player receiving a second-place vote received nine points, and so on. Starting in 1938, three writers were polled in each league city, with first-place vote recipients being awarded 14 points. Since 1961, voting has been relegated to only two writers per league city.

Jimmie Foxx – 1938
Ted Williams – 1946
Ted Williams – 1949
Jackie Jensen – 1958
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967
Fred Lynn – 1975
Jim Rice – 1978
Roger Clemens – 1986
Mo Vaughn – 1995

Cy Young Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

The Cy Young Award was created in 1956 by the Baseball Writers Association of America, honoring the best pitcher in the major leagues. It was named after Cy Young, the all-time leader in pitching wins, who died in 1955. Starting in 1967, one winner was selected for each league. The original one-place ballot was replaced by a three-place ballot in 1970.

Jim Lonborg – 1967
Roger Clemens – 1986
Roger Clemens – 1987
Roger Clemens – 1991
Pedro Martinez – 1999
Pedro Martinez – 2000

Rookie Of The Year Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

The Rookie of the Year Award was established nationally by the Baseball Writers Association of America in 1947. One rookie was honored in 1947 and 1948. Starting in 1949, one rookie in each league received the award. From 1947 to 1956, there was considerable confusion concerning which players should be considered rookies. Standards were established in 1957. From 1971 through today, the standard for a player no longer being considered a rookie is the accumulation of 130 at bats, 50 innings pitched, or a specific amount of time on the major league roster. A one-ballot system was used through 1979. A three-ballot system has been employed since 1980.

Walt Dropo – 1950
Don Schwall – 1961
Carlton Fisk – 1972
Fred Lynn – 1975
Nomar Garciaparra – 1997

The Sporting News American League Player Of The Year Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

Jimmie Foxx – 1938
Bobby Doerr – 1944
Ted Williams – 1947
Ted Williams – 1949
Ted Williams – 1957
Jackie Jensen – 1958
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967
Ken “Hawk” Harrelson – 1968
Fred Lynn – 1975
Jim Rice – 1978

The Sporting News American League Pitcher Of The Year Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

Ellis Kinder – 1949
Jim Lonborg – 1967
Roger Clemens – 1986
Roger Clemens – 1991
Pedro Martinez – 1999
Pedro Martinez – 2000

The Sporting News Major League Player Of The Year Award Won By Boston Red Sox Players

Ted Williams – 1941
Ted Williams – 1942
Ted Williams – 1947
Ted Williams – 1949
Ted Williams – 1957
Carl Yastrzemski – 1967
Roger Clemens – 1986

Baseball Writers Association Of America American League Manager Of The Year Award Won By Boston Red Sox Managers

John McNamara – 1986
Jimy Williams – 1999

Boston Red Sox Inducted Into The National Baseball Hall Of Fame

Luis Aparichio – 1971-1973 – SS
Wade Boggs – 1982-1992 – 3B
Lou Boudreau – 1951-1952 – SS (also Manager – 1952-1954)
Orlando Cepeda – 1973 – DH
Jack Chesbro – 1909 – P
Joe Cronin – 1935-1945 – SS (also Manager – 1935-1947)
Frank Chance – 1923 – Manager
Bobby Doerr – 1937-1944, 1946-1951 – 2B
Hugh Duffy – 1921-1922 – Manager
Dennis Eckersley – 1978-1984, 1998 – P
Rick Ferrell – 1933-1937 – C
Carlton Fisk – 1969, 1971-1980 – C
Jimmie Foxx – 1936-1942 – 1B
Lefty Grove – 1934-1941 – P
Bucky Harris – 1934 - Manager
Billy Herman – 1964-1966 – Manager
Harry Hooper – 1909-1920 – OF
Waite Hoyt – 1919-1920 – P
Ferguson Jenkins – 1976-1977 – P
George Kell – 1952-1954 – 3B
Heinie Manush – 1936 – OF
Juan Marichal – 1974 – P
Joe McCarthy – 1948-1950 - Manager
Herb Pennock – 1915-1917, 1919-1922, 1934 – P
Tony Perez – 1980-1982 – 1B
Red Ruffing – 1924-1930 – P
Babe Ruth – 1914-1919 – P
Tom Seaver – 1986 – P
Al Simmons – 1943 – OF
Tris Speaker – 1908-1915 – OF
Ted Williams – 1939-1942, 1946-1960 – OF
Carl Yastrzemski – 1961-1983 – OF
Cy Young – 1908 – P

Boston Red Sox Retired Uniform Numbers

Bobby Doerr – 1
Joe Cronin – 4
Carl Yastrzemski – 8
Ted Williams – 9
Carlton Fisk – 27

Boston Red Sox Players With Hitting Streaks Of 30 Or More Games

Dom DiMaggio – 1949 – 34
Tris Speaker – 1912 – 30
Nomar Garciaparra – 1997 - 30

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