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Young Adult [YA] and New Adult [NA] Literature

2014.11.15 18:28 Photography Is Not A Crime

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2023.06.03 10:39 BetteDavid Roscoe's Recap - All Stars 8, Episode 5

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2023.06.03 10:03 autobuzzfeedbot 16 Times Celebs Made Out-Of-Touch Comments About Their Work And "Normal People" Jobs

  1. Sydney Sweeney faced backlash for telling Variety that she had to "fight" for her role in Reality like other actors. She said, "I had to audition for it. I had to put myself on tape and send in my audition just like everybody else."
  2. Bryce Dallas Howard was criticized for sharing entertainment career advice without mentioning the leg up she got from her dad, director Ron Howard, who cast her in most of her early roles. On Instagram, she wrote, "My peers and I were fortunate to attend one of the best drama schools, but there was a massive gap. While school gave us an amazing foundation, we finished our formal training and still felt stuck because we were told our only option was to wait for someone else to hire us."
  3. On his podcast Let's Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray, Tom Brady said, "I almost look at, like, a football season like you're going away on deployment in the military, and it's like, 'Man, here I go again.'"
  4. Discussing the challenges of having a public-facing career, Alicia Vikander told the Sunday Times, "Sometimes, you go through things that are tough in life, and if you have an office job, you can step away for a bit."
  5. On the topic of being a working single mother, Gwyneth Paltrow told E! News, "I think to have a regular job and be a mom is not as, of course there are challenges, but it's not like being on set."
  6. On fellow nepo baby Hailey Bieber's YouTube show Who’s in My Bathroom?, Gwyneth Paltrow said, "As the child of someone, you get access other people don't have, so the playing field is not level in that way. However, I really do feel that once your foot is in the door, which you unfairly got in, then you almost have to work twice as hard and be twice as good."
  7. Ariana Grande's fans called her out over a since-deleted Instagram post, which she captioned, "When you're cute but you're also the hardest working 23-year-old human being on earth."
  8. Popular vloggers the ACE Family faced backlash for their video "WORKING AT A RESTAURANT FOR 24 HOURS." In a Snapchat video that Catherine Paiz, the mom of the family, shared while filming, she said, "Guys, we are literally working right now, at a restaurant. Austin [McBroom, her partner] has been making food for the past hour, and I've been taking orders."
  9. While accepting her Best Director award for her work on The Power of the Dog at the 2022 Critics Choice Award, Jane Campion said, "I'd also just like to give my love out to my fellow — the guys. The nominees. And you know, Serena and Venus [Williams, whose biopic King Richard was nominated for several awards], you are such marvels. However, you do not play against the guys — like I have to."
  10. On an episode of her podcast Anything Goes, Emma Chamberlain described why she thought having a 9-5 would be easier than being a self-employed influencer. She said, "Because you're an employee of somebody else, mentally, it's easier for you to disconnect after work so that you can enjoy all of your free time to the fullest without having to think about your job. Whereas, when you're never stop thinking about it.."
  11. Discussing her modeling career, Kendall Jenner told Love Magazine, "Since the beginning, we’ve been super selective about what shows I would do. I was never one of those girls who would do, like, 30 shows a season or whatever the fuck those girls do."
  12. In her episode of Variety's Actors on Actors, Jennifer Aniston said, "I feel so lucky that we got a little taste of the industry before it became what it is today. More streaming services — you’re famous from TikTok, you're famous from YouTube, you're famous from Instagram. It's almost, like, it's diluting the actor's job."
  13. After facing backlash for accepting the role of Tex Gill, a trans man, in Rub & Tug, Scarlett Johansson told As If magazine, "You know, as an actor, I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job and the requirements of my job."
  14. Discussing being an actor during the pandemic, Saif Ali Khan told the Quint, "During the lockdown, we quietly sat at home for six months, wasted our lives and lost our time. But now, when the government is saying go out and work to support the economy, we are in the frontline again. It's a high-risk profession, almost like working at a hospital."
  15. On Twitter, Addison Rae joked about landing a job as a UFC correspondent despite dropping out of Louisiana State University's sports journalism program to become an influencer. She said, "I studied broadcast journalism in college for three whole months to prepare for this moment."
  16. And finally, Elizabeth Hurley once called non-famous people "civilians." In 2000, she told Larry King Live, "I think for a civilian to go out with somebody in the public eye is a pretty awful proposition, to be quite honest."
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2023.06.02 15:44 Individual_Hotel_184 Which dynasty trade would you rather make?

Please see current roster! Nervous the AJB trade gets rid of too much depth
Note: its also .2pts per rush attempt and .25pts per rushing 1st down
Current Roster:
QB: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RB: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Jerome Ford, Pierre Strong, Malik Davis, Chase Brown
WR: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Michael Wilson, Tank Dell, Justyn Ross, Puka Nakua
TE: Shultz, LaPorta, Fergusen, Gray
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2023.06.02 15:20 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/02/23

Last updated: 06/02/23 09:06:59 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI ATL Merrill Kelly Miguel Castro, Andrew Chafin Scott McGoughL3:40 Austin AdamsL3:20, Kyle NelsonL3:19, José RuizL3:23, Kevin GinkelL3:35 Drey Jameson
ATL @ARI Charlie Morton Raisel IglesiasL3:27 Nick AndersonL3:12 Collin McHugh A.J. MinterL3:17, Jesse ChavezL3:3, Joe Jiménez, Kirby Yates AJ Smith-Shawver
BAL @SFG Dean Kremer Félix BautistaL3:14 Yennier CanoL3:17 Bryan BakerL3:39 Mike BaumannL3:32, Danny CoulombeL3:32, Mychal GivensL3:15, Cionel PérezL3:23, Keegan AkinL3:25 Austin VothL3:58
BOS TBR Garrett Whitlock Kenley JansenL3:13 Chris MartinL3:31 Josh WinckowskiL3:40 Kutter CrawfordL3:24, Joely RodríguezL3:36, Justin GarzaL3:60, Ryan SherriffL3:31 Nick PivettaL3:28
CHC @SDP Jameson Taillon* Mark Leiter Jr.L3:27, Adbert AlzolayL3:35 Michael FulmerL3:4 Brandon Hughes Jeremiah Estrada, Julian MerryweatherL3:37, Javier Assad Hayden WesneskiL3:59
CHW DET Mike Clevinger* Liam Hendriks, Kendall GravemanL3:26 Joe Kelly Reynaldo LópezL3:33 Keynan Middleton, Aaron BummerL3:14, Gregory Santos, Garrett CrochetL3:27 Jesse ScholtensL3:65
CIN MIL Brandon Williamson* Alexis DíazL3:12 Buck FarmerL3:28 Ian GibautL3:18 Lucas SimsL3:28, Alex YoungL3:22, Fernando CruzL3:17, Eduardo SalazarL3:26 Kevin HergetL3:29
CLE @MIN Aaron Civale Emmanuel ClaseL3:21 James KarinchakL3:18 Trevor StephanL3:37 Eli MorganL3:25, Enyel De Los SantosL3:13, Sam HentgesL3:39, Nick SandlinL3:14, Hunter Gaddis Xzavion CurryL3:21
COL @KCR Chase Anderson* Pierce JohnsonL3:21 Justin LawrenceL3:11 Jake BirdL3:37 Brent SuterL3:19, Daniel BardL3:18, Brad HandL3:21, Matt Carasiti Peter LambertL3:59
DET @CHW Reese Olson*** Alex LangeL3:21 Jason FoleyL3:22 Will VestL3:19 José CisneroL3:13, Chasen ShreveL3:20, Tyler HoltonL3:38, Mason Englert Tyler Alexander
HOU LAA Framber Valdez Ryan PresslyL3:13 Bryan AbreuL3:15 Hector NerisL3:15 Ryne StanekL3:27, Phil MatonL3:30, Rafael MonteroL3:33 Seth MartinezL3:43
KCR COL Jordan Lyles Scott Barlow Aroldis ChapmanL3:22 Taylor Clarke Josh Staumont, Amir Garrett, Carlos HernándezL3:21, Jose CuasL3:7, Nick WittgrenL3:4 Mike Mayers
LAA @HOU Shohei Ohtani Carlos Estévez Chris Devenski Jacob WebbL3:30 Ben JoyceL3:10, Aaron LoupL3:36, Chase SilsethL3:36, Sam BachmanL3:11 Tucker DavidsonL3:54
LAD NYY Clayton Kershaw Evan PhillipsL3:14, Brusdar GraterolL3:16, Caleb FergusonL3:14 Yency Almonte, Shelby Miller, Victor González, Alex VesiaL3:32, Justin BruihlL3:15 Phil BickfordL3:11
MIA OAK Edward Cabrera* Dylan FloroL3:17 Tanner ScottL3:21 Huascar BrazobanL3:25 Steven OkertL3:20, JT ChargoisL3:14, Andrew NardiL3:4, Matt BarnesL3:27 Bryan HoeingL3:48
MIL @CIN Corbin Burnes Devin WilliamsL3:15 Peter StrzeleckiL3:11 Joel PayampsL3:21 Hoby MilnerL3:13, Elvis PegueroL3:23, Trevor MegillL3:13, Jake CousinsL3:16, Jake CousinsL3:16 Bryse WilsonL3:15
MIN CLE Bailey Ober Jhoan Duran Brock StewartL3:13 Jorge LópezL3:16 Emilio PagánL3:33, Jovani MoranL3:1, Griffin JaxL3:20, Cole SandsL3:48 José De LeónL3:16
NYM TOR Justin Verlander David RobertsonL3:38, Adam OttavinoL3:18 Brooks RaleyL3:39 Drew SmithL3:1, Jeff BrighamL3:15, Dominic Leone, Tommy Hunter, Stephen Nogosek Josh Walker
NYY @LAD Luis Severino Michael KingL3:36, Clay HolmesL3:19, Wandy PeraltaL3:22 Ron MarinaccioL3:5, Albert Abreu, Tommy Kahnle, Jimmy Cordero Ryan WeberL3:16
OAK @MIA Shintaro Fujinami* Trevor May Shintaro FujinamiL3:4 Sam MollL3:11 Richard LoveladyL3:14, Lucas Erceg, Austin PruittL3:20, Sam LongL3:26 Ken WaldichukL3:23
PHI @WSN Zack Wheeler Craig KimbrelL3:12 Seranthony DomínguezL3:16 Matt StrahmL3:41 Gregory SotoL3:15, Connor BrogdonL3:6, Jeff Hoffman, Andrew VasquezL3:9, Yunior MarteL3:19 Dylan Covey
PIT STL Roansy Contreras David BednarL3:15 Colin HoldermanL3:16 Dauri MoretaL3:24 Robert StephensonL3:15, Jose HernandezL3:9, Rob ZastryznyL3:10, Yohan RamirezL3:17 Cody Bolton
SDP CHC Michael Wacha Josh HaderL3:18 Nick MartinezL3:28 Steven WilsonL3:34 Tim HillL3:17, Tom CosgroveL3:16, Brent HoneywellL3:14, Domingo TapiaL3:25 Drew CarltonL3:23
SEA @TEX Luis Castillo Paul SewaldL3:11 Justin TopaL3:19 Trevor GottL3:10 Matt Brash, Gabe Speier, Tayler SaucedoL3:12, Matt Festa Chris Flexen
SFG BAL Logan Webb Camilo DovalL3:19 Tyler RogersL3:13 John BrebbiaL3:15 Taylor RogersL3:15, Scott AlexanderL3:16, Ryan WalkerL3:29, Luke JacksonL3:11, Jakob JunisL3:28 Sean ManaeaL3:53
STL @PIT Jack Flaherty Ryan Helsley, Giovanny GallegosL3:17 Jordan Hicks Andre Pallante Génesis Cabrera, Drew VerHagen, Chris Stratton Steven Matz
TBR @BOS Tyler Glasnow** Jason AdamL3:24, Colin PocheL3:12, Kevin KellyL3:16, Jalen BeeksL3:13 Jake DiekmanL3:12, Calvin FaucherL3:16, Trevor KelleyL3:11 Joe La Sorsa
TEX SEA Jon Gray Will SmithL3:8 Brock BurkeL3:33 José LeclercL3:11 Jonathan HernándezL3:6, Josh Sborz, Cole RagansL3:10, Grant AndersonL3:46 John King
TOR @NYM Chris Bassitt Jordan RomanoL3:12 Erik SwansonL3:18 Nate PearsonL3:25 Tim MayzaL3:21, Trevor RichardsL3:25, Adam CimberL3:35, Yimi GarcíaL3:8 Anthony BassL3:18
WSN PHI Josiah Gray Kyle FinneganL3:24, Hunter HarveyL3:34 Carl Edwards Jr.L3:22 Andrés MachadoL3:23, Mason ThompsonL3:14, Chad Kuhl, Erasmo Ramírez Thaddeus Ward


Date Team Player Category Description
6/1 NYY Tommy Kahnle INJURIES Activated from 60-Day IL
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2023.06.02 09:54 autobuzzfeedbot "She Was So Rude, My Family Is No Longer Allowed To Listen To Her Music": 34 Of The Absolute Best And Worst Celebrities People Have Ever Met

  1. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I’ve met Harry Styles several times, and he is so nice and considerate. He actually put off going out with his team just to sit and talk to my 15-year-old daughter and me. I’m sure he was exhausted, but he seemed to enjoy relaxing and chatting with us. My daughter will most likely live on that memory for years to come!"
  2. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Jennifer Aniston is a sweetheart. She seemed very genuine and kind. I met her in a restaurant bathroom of all places. We talked for so long, her friend had to come and find her."
  3. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Lorne Michaels when I worked at a 5-star restaurant. Everyone who worked with me knew I’d been a fan of SNL since I came out of the womb, so when I picked up the phone to make the reservation and spoke with his assistant, I told them I was Lorne's biggest fan. When he arrived with his wife and son (who went to a local boarding school), they were so kind, and he said, 'Oh, I heard you’re my biggest fan, and that’s amazing because I don’t have fans — the cast always has fans!' I almost died. I gave them my favorite table, which they were thrilled with, and when he got up to leave, he left me an envelope with a pretty sweet bonus tip inside. I wasn’t usually tipped doing my work, so it wasn’t necessary, but it was so thoughtful and appreciated. All three were true gems. You’d never know he was famous or rich at all."
  4. TOTAL NIGHTMARE: "I met Roseanne Barr for work once. I went to shake her hand, and she looked me up and down and said, 'I don't shake hands,' then walked away."
  5. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Matthew Gray Gubler after he did a talk years ago at my college! Only the first 100 people who got tickets were supposed to be able to do a meet and greet. He said 'rules were made to be broken' and that he would stay and meet with everyone until they kicked him out. Not only was he incredibly sweet to me (literally introduced humble and posed for a goofy pic), but he seemed so genuinely kind to everyone there. Just amazing energy all around."
  6. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "A friend and I visited my boyfriend while he was doing security at a jazz festival in Malibu. He told us Adam Sandler and his family had been there all day and tons of people took pictures with him. We ran back to the car to grab the digital camera, looked up, and saw Adam, his pregnant wife Jackie, and their toddler leaving. We went up to them. Adam was clearly done for the day, but his wife said, 'Honey, let me hold [toddler's name] and you can take a picture.' We handed him the camera and he took a selfie with us. Still have that picture on my fridge. Love the Sandman!"
  7. TOTAL NIGHTMARE: "My little cousin played one of Rob Schneider's kids in 50 First Dates. Rob was stuck-up, never got to know the children or their parents, and always went straight to his dressing room. I'm an introvert, so I like my alone time to recharge, but apparently the vibes he was giving off were that he couldn't be bothered to care about anyone else there. Also, the little girl in the movie was apparently a spoiled brat who threw tantrums and made them have to redo so many takes. I can see why Rob maybe didn't want to play with her, but the other kids were great!"
  8. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "My husband met Rihanna years ago and said she was super nice. He was working as a ground handler at an airport and was setting up something on the ramp for her private plane. She came out, approached him, asked him about his job, and they chatted for a few minutes. Not sure if she was killing time until the gate opened, or if she went out of her way to talk to him for the heck of it, but he had nothing but nice things to say about her."
  9. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Jerry Springer while bartending almost 20 years ago. He was thinking of getting back into politics and had a meeting in our private dining room on the second floor. It was happy hour and the bar was packed. Someone spotted him and started chanting, 'JERRY, JERRY,' while he was about to walk up the stairs. He then came to the bar, ordered a $2 beer, walked through the entire bar, shook hands, and took pictures. When he finished the loop, he set the full beer on the bar and handed me $40. Regardless of his show, I will always think of him as a class act."
  10. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "My story is that I was actually horrible to a celebrity. In the '70s, I was obsessed with Donny and Marie. They were playing at our state fair that year. My dad tried to get tickets, but it was sold out. He took us to the fair anyway. A few times we could hear the music, which infuriated me at 7 years old. When we were leaving, my dad had to stop the car because there was a big crowd of people. As they cleared to let us through, two people popped their heads in the car window to apologize. It was Donny and Marie. I refused to believe it was really them, and I told Marie, 'You're not Marie. She's a lot prettier than you.' My family was horrified."
  11. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Hands down nicest celebrity I've ever met was Taylor Swift. I met her at a concert as part of her security at the Houston shows. She was polite and introduced herself to everyone. She was obviously very busy, but she seemed interested in what I had to say and signed an album cover for my son."
  12. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I have been lucky enough to meet Sir Ian McKellen twice: once after a performance where I also met Simon Callow and Patrick Stewart, and once during his tour of 80 shows for turning 80. Absolutely lovely man. He is my #1 dream dinner guest. I wish I was his friend."
  13. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I did a photo-op last year at my local con with Ewan McGregor and, even though it was so quick, he was super sweet. We shook hands, and he asked how my day was. He’s gorgeous in person!"
  14. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Matthew Lewis at a local con at his booth and he was lovely (and gorgeous in person). I told him how jealous my Harry Potter-obsessed sister (who was working that day) was going to be, and he told me to tell her he sent his regards! It totally made her day at work when I texted her about it after!"
  15. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Pink around 2000. She performed at a teen club I was at, and she was a sweetheart. After her performance, she even danced with us for a little bit."
  16. TOTAL NIGHTMARE: "I’ve heard nothing but bad things from people who've met Bill Nye. One friend said he was at some children’s art show and made fun of the artwork in front of the youngsters. What a jerk."
  17. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "When I was in college in Boston, I was making a late-night Taco Bell run. As I was walking in, this white limo pulled up in front. I went inside and placed my order, and a guy in a white jumpsuit with a white bandana tied around his head came in. There weren't that many people in the restaurant, but he stopped and signed autographs and was chatting everyone up when I left. It wasn't until a few years later that I realized that person was Steven Tyler. This was in the late '80s before Aerosmith had that string of hits."
  18. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "The most genuine interaction I've ever had with a celeb was with Bert Kreischer. I saw a show (during which he mentioned his grandma was in the hospital). Then, he told the audience he would be going to the bar next door after the show if anyone wanted a picture. When he arrived at the bar, he waded through CROWDS of people and made sure everyone who wanted to was able to get a pic or a moment with him. I stayed at the bar for a drink until he was on his way out (by this time the crowd had dispersed). I called out as he passed, 'Hey, I didn't get a chance to say it before, but I hope your grandma does well.' He stopped, turned around, and had a very genuine conversation with me."
  19. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Jason Momoa was really fun to meet in person when I saw him at a Nine Inch Nails show. Really fun guy!"
  20. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Jennifer Lopez. I went to where they were filming Air last year (I live in LA) because I wanted to meet Ben Affleck. I met Matt Damon as he wrapped before he left. He was a SUPER nice guy. I waited for Ben as his Escalade pulled up, but I DID NOT expect JLO to get out. She got out right next to me. She was only with her driver and he didn’t tell me to move or anything, so when she got out, I was like ‘Jen! Can I get a picture?' and she said sure. We talked about Selena because I’m Latina and she’s super important to me, and the movie means so much to me. She was SOO nice and sweet. She didn’t give any vibes that I was annoying her or that she had to Go. We also spoke in Spanish. We took our picture and then she went inside to get Ben. When they got out, Ben was NOT HAPPY (I don’t blame him. He was acting and directing), so I just stepped aside."
  21. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "In 2004, I met Tony Curtis. He exuded 'old Hollywood.' He made his way around the room, speaking to each person, and when he approached me, he extended his hand and held my hand through the entire conversation. He focused on our conversation as if there was no one else in the room. As we said goodbye (he was still holding my hand), he raised my hand to his lips and kissed it. He was dressed impeccably and was in fine form. I have had many celebrity encounters, but nothing rises to the level of Tony Curtis. Absolutely the best celebrity encounter I've ever had."
  22. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Sir Patrick Stewart at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando. We were both hanging out with friends in the lobby. He told stories, made lots of jokes with his friends, and included us in the conversation."
  23. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I went to college with Muhammad Ali's twin daughters. He came with them for move-in day, and they arrived in a chauffeured Rolls Royce. He was gracious and took as many pictures and signed as many autographs as people wanted. I even have a picture where he is pretending to punch me. I told him that I grew up down the street from the house he had in Chicago before he donated it to the Nation of Islam. He asked me if they were good neighbors and laughed when I told him not really."
  24. TOTAL NIGHTMARE: "My sister met Katy Perry at a restaurant, but she was being rude to the bartender and all the employees who came over to help, so now my niece and nephew aren't allowed to listen to her music."
  25. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Tori Amos, and she was an absolute sweetie pie. She hugged me and told me she liked my shirt. We spoke briefly. I was starstruck, but it made a lasting impression on me."
  26. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I grew up in a tiny town (pop. 3,000), and every year for his twins' birthday dinner, Michael J. Fox would bring his whole family to the restaurant my mom worked at. She almost always ended up being their server and she said he (and his family) were the nicest people. They were unobtrusive, friendly, and excellent tippers."
  27. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "James Earl Jones was super sweet. My father and I met him when I was young. His voice is deep, but sweet!"
  28. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I met Dennis Quaid, and he was the nicest guy ever. We chatted about dogs for a while, and he was more than happy to take a few pictures!"
  29. TOTAL NIGHTMARE: "I helped host a book signing for Bobby Flay, and he's a jerk."
  30. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Every time Dave Matthews plays at the venue across the street from our bookstore, people want to be working in the cafe because he randomly shows up for coffee the morning of his concert and gives the people waiting on him free tickets."
  31. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Nicest celebrity I've ever met was Cole Sprouse. This was way before when he probably got sick of being on Riverdale and decided to just show his true colors. He took the photo of us together because I was shaking from nerves and excitement."
  32. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "I was a bartender at the Troubadour for five years and have so many stories! Jeff Bridges was the first celeb I met. His band was playing. Before we opened, after his sound check, he made a point of coming down to us bartenders to introduce himself and thank us for helping out that night. SUCH A GEM!"
  33. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "Jason Schwartzman came into the bar I worked in on a night that had a bunch of teenage bands playing and was super sweet to any of the kids who came up to him."
  34. ABSOLUTE DREAM: "When I was young, I went to an Olivia Newton-John concert. I grew up watching Grease on repeat and had always loved her. At the concert, me and another young girl were invited on stage to give her flowers and introduce ourselves. On stage, l asked to get her autograph and she told me she would after the show. Post-concert, I waited with my family to get an autograph and she invited me and my dad into her fitting room and no one else. Once back there, I was so starstruck and amazed that she remembered my name! She was so kind and took pictures with me and my dad, signed a photo, gave me the set list, and wrapped it up by giving me a hug and kiss on the cheek. She spent probably an hour with us just hanging out in her room and chatting. To this day, it's one of my most cherished memories."
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2023.06.02 03:51 Individual_Hotel_184 10T SF PPR .75TEP

Contending team
Give: Devonta Smith + 24' 2nd & 4th (both likely late)
Get: Garrett Wilson
Note: its also .2pts per rush attempt and .25pts per rushing 1st down
Also note: this would leave me with no 2024 draft capital (traded my 1st & 3rd in a deal for Hurts)
Current Roster:
QB: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RB: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Jerome Ford, Pierre Strong, Malik Davis, Chase Brown
WR: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Michael Wilson, Tank Dell, Justyn Ross, Puka Nakua
TE: Shultz, LaPorta, Fergusen, Gray
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2023.06.02 03:51 Individual_Hotel_184 10T SF PPR .75TEP

Contending team
Give: Devonta Smith + 24' 2nd & 4th (both likely late)
Get: Garrett Wilson
Note: its also .2pts per rush attempt and .25pts per rushing 1st down
Also note: this would leave me with no 2024 draft capital (traded my 1st & 3rd in a deal for Hurts)
Current Roster:
QB: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RB: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Jerome Ford, Pierre Strong, Malik Davis, Chase Brown
WR: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Michael Wilson, Tank Dell, Justyn Ross, Puka Nakua
TE: Shultz, LaPorta, Fergusen, Gray
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2023.06.02 03:39 Individual_Hotel_184 10T SF PPR .75TEP

Contending team
Give: Devonta Smith + 24' 2nd
Get: Olave + 24 3rd
Note: its also .2pts per rush attempt and .25pts per rushing 1st down
Current Roster:
QB: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RB: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Jerome Ford, Pierre Strong, Malik Davis, Chase Brown
WR: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Michael Wilson, Tank Dell, Justyn Ross, Puka Nakua
TE: Shultz, LaPorta, Fergusen, Gray
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2023.06.02 03:39 Individual_Hotel_184 10T SF PPR .75TEP

Contending team
Give: Devonta Smith + 24' 2nd
Get: Olave + 24 3rd
Note: its also .2pts per rush attempt and .25pts per rushing 1st down
Current Roster:
QB: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RB: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Jerome Ford, Pierre Strong, Malik Davis, Chase Brown
WR: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Michael Wilson, Tank Dell, Justyn Ross, Puka Nakua
TE: Shultz, LaPorta, Fergusen, Gray
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2023.06.01 22:00 ohatropa first headshots?? (help??)

Hi guys!
My name is Tatiana and I'm a 19 year old actor. I am going to get my first headshots done, already have the photographer picked out, etc. I have a bunch of questions because I really want to get this right prior to actually doing it and any help is appreciated!
  1. The issue of my hair. The very underside is bleached blonde and my hair is rather short right now so it's barely noticable, but still considered unnatural since my hair is dark brown - should I take the headshots as is and hope nobody notices/discriminates? Or should I use a quick root spray to make it match the rest of my hair? (Or, would that backfire if I was called into audition when they see there's a tiny part bleached? Even if in my applications I clearly state I will do ANYTHING to my hair for a role?)
  2. Background! The photographer offers four backgrounds: marbled light blue, marbled brown, light gray, and blurred outside. I've read multiple sources that say outside headshots are trending in the acting world, but multiple sources also say they're too vivid and distracting. What's currently in and will get my headshot the most attention? Because right now I'm veering towards marbled blue - my hair and eyes are brown, so the brown background would make me blend right in, and the light gray is solid and VERY boring. So marbled blue is my current choice unless an outside headshot wouldn't totally get be omitted from the acting world. So which one should I go for?? This is what I'm most worried about.
  3. Lastly, outfit. if I DO go with the light blue background, what should I wear? I've read about dressing for your "character types" but I'm not sure how to pinpoint mine. I'm very loud and have a strong, bold voice so I ASSUME I'd be casted as a mean girl/bitchy type character, but my personality is quite the opposite so I'm not sure what to go for. What colostyle of shirt should I wear? Is jewelry a no? Is makeup a no, and if not, how much should I wear?? Very stressed about this as well.
I want to get the headshots done as soon as possible but I also want to make sure I'm getting them right. Thanks in advance for ANY help I may receive! <3 (I've attached a picture of me without makeup and a picture of me with makeup for reference!: - it gives a warning but i swear it's just selfies lmfao?)
- Tatiana <3
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2023.06.01 19:42 Amazed_and_Bemused May and Year-To-Date Episode Appearances

May 2023
17: Cynthia Watros (Nina Reeves)
16: Laura Wright (Carly Spencer)
14: Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos), Chad Duell (Michael Corinthos)
13: Eden McCoy (Josslyn Jacks), Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio), Donnell Turner (Curtis Ashford)
12: Tabyana Ali (Trina Robinson), Nicholas Chavez (Spencer Cassadine)
11: Brook Kerr (Dr. Portia Ashford), Cameron Mathison (Drew Cain)
10: Genie Francis (Laura Collins), Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller)
9: Evan Hofer (Dex Heller), Finola Hughes (Anna Devane), Katelyn MacMullen (Willow Corinthos), James Patrick Stuart (Valentin Cassadine)
8: Jay & Joey Clay (Ace Prince-Cassadine), Kathleen Gati (Liesl Obrecht), Sofia Mattsson (Sasha Corbin), Emma Samms (Holly Sutton), Amanda Setton (Brook Lynn Quartermaine), Charles Shaughnessy (Victor Cassadine)
7: Tajh Bellow (Dr. T.J. Ashford), Jane Elliot (Tracy Quartermaine), Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis), Kristina Wagner (Felicia Scorpio), Maura West (Ava Cassadine)
6: Bonnie Burroughs (Gladys Corbin), Tanisha Harper (Jordan Ashford), Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall)
5: Réal Andrews (Marcus Taggert), Jeff Griggs (Agent Hursley), Josh Kelly (Cody Bell), Lisa LoCicero (Olivia Quartermaine), Lydia Look (Selina Wu), Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin), Dominic Zamprogna (Dante Falconeri)
4: Charles Ambrose (Ambrose), Billy Gallo (Watkins), Wallace Kurth (Ned Quartermaine), Arlondriah Lenyéa (N’Neka), Avery Kristen Pohl (Esme Prince)
3: Robert Gossett (Marshall Ashford), Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Baldwin), Frank Lyon (Frank), Josh Swickard (Det. Harrison Chase), Vernee Watson (Stella Henry), Viron Weaver (Wiley Corinthos)
2: Susan Batten (Flora Gardens), Alan Brooks (J.B. Brown), Dioni Michelle Collins (Deanna Sirtis), Michael Easton (Dr. Hamilton Finn), Morgan Fairchild (Haven de Havilland), Nathan & Owen Ford (Amelia Corinthos)
2: Eliza Frakes (Julie), Gregory Harrison (Gregory Chase), Lynn Herring (Lucy Coe), William Keck (Russell), Michael E. Knight (Martin Gray), Kate Mansi (Kristina Davis), Haley Alexis Pullos (Molly Lansing), Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones), Constance Towers (Helena Cassadine), John J. York (Mac Scorpio), N/A (Jane)
1: Cosette Abinante (Scout Cain), Mark Engelhardt (Roman Hume), Christina Ferraro (Dr. Frida Navarro), Gary James Fuller (James West), Roger Howarth (Dr. Austin Gatlin-Holt), Kevin Ketcham (Agent Quinn), Holiday Mia Kriegel (Molly Lansing), Ava & Grace Scarola (Avery Jerome), Stephen A. Smith (Brick), Scarlett Spears (Donna Corinthos), Samuel Wang (Mr. Li)
YEAR TO DATE (Character names only)
Note: Some characters have been portrayed by multiple actors. This is reflected in the numbers.
68: Sonny Corinthos
67: Nina Reeves
66: Spencer Cassadine
60: Carly Spencer
58: Laura Collins, Josslyn Jacks
57: Trina Robinson
56: Michael Corinthos
49: Willow Tait
48: Curtis Ashford
46: Elizabeth Baldwin, Ava Cassadine
45: Drew Cain
44: Dr. Portia Robinson
42: Dex Heller, Victor Cassadine
41: Dante Falconeri
39: Anna Devane
38: Esme Prince
37: Jordan Ashford, Brook Lynn Quartermaine, Valentin Cassadine
33: Felicia Scorpio
30: Alexis Davis, Sasha Corbin, Robert Scorpio
29: Liesl Obrecht, Dr. Austin Gatlin-Holt, Sam McCall
27: Dr. Hamilton Finn, Maxie Jones
26: Dr. T.J. Ashford, Ace Prince-Cassadine
25: Diane Miller
22: Det. Harrison Chase
20: Cody Bell
19: Marshall Ashford
18: Nikolas Cassadine
17: Scott Baldwin
16: Gladys Corbin, Gregory Chase, Lucy Coe, Cameron Webber, Heather Webber, Molly Lansing
15: Mac Scorpio
14: Marcus Taggert, Watkins, Dr. Terry Randolph, Holly Sutton
13: Ambrose, Bobbie Spencer
12: Amelia Corinthos, Ned Quartermaine, Wiley Corinthos
10: Ryan Chamberlain
11: Tracy Quartermaine, N’Neka, Olivia Quartermaine, Eileen Ashby
9: Selina Wu
8: Stella Henry
7: Martin Gray, Donna Corinthos, Kristina Davis
6: Kevin Collins, Deanna Sirtis, Detective Bennett, Mason Gatlin, Frank
5: Linc Brown, Dr. Carolyn Webber, Agent Hursley
4: Dr. Frida Navarro, Yuri, Zeke Robinson, Alison “Blaze” Rogers, Maggie Fitzgerald, Dr. Sterling Robinson, Avery Jerome
3: Violet Barnes, Ethan Lovett, Brad Cooper, Felix DuBois, Renee Lavecque, Charlotte Cassadine
2: Scout Cain, Flora Gardens, Tony DiMarco, J.B. Brown, Harmony Miller, Milo Giambetti, Amy Driscoll, Haven de Havilland, James West, Brick, Dr. Britt Westbourne, Helena Cassadine,
1: Damian Spinelli, Yvette Nicole Brown (Nurse), Dr. Monica Quartermaine, Aiden Webber, Roman Hume, Georgie Spinelli, Phyllis Caulfield, Dr. Andre Maddox, Dr. Andy, George Pennacchio (Himself), Danielle Ponder (Herself), Emma Drake, Antoine, Warden Brewster, Jake Webber
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2023.06.01 17:59 axebom Last-minute Audition Etiquette for Non-Professional?

Hello actors!
I'm a former high school theatre kid, current lawyer. I have no plans to pursue acting professionally, but have been toying with the idea of doing a play here or there because I miss performing.
Yesterday, I found a non-union audition I can't refuse. I want to give it a go even if it's a longshot. I have two days to submit a video monologue, acting resume, and headshot. This raises the following questions:
  1. I do not have an acting headshot, nor do I have the time to get one. I do, however, have a high-res professional headshot taken for my lawyer job. I'm in a suit and smiling with teeth against a solid gray background. Would it be less cringey to have my husband take an iPhone picture of me against a solid wall in our apartment, or should I just use the professional headshot?
  2. The FAQ's say not to put high school performance on your resume. Because I didn't perform at all during undergrad and have only done four shows since graduating college, that would be a pretty pathetic resume. I graduated high school in 2015. Is it okay to fill up space with a few high school credits as a non-professional?
  3. The only audition requirement is to film a video of a monologue performed in my choice of dialect. I've already chosen the monologue and dialect. I've never done a video audition, though, and am unsure of the etiquette due to conflicting advice online. (a) Should I only film waist-up? (b) When I slate, should I state the dialect I've chosen or is that a "show, don't tell" situation? (c) Anything else I should know about video auditions?
I appreciate your time!
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2023.06.01 17:22 OTO_Crispy Rosters for opening weekend 🥍

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2023.05.31 06:04 Individual_Hotel_184 10T SF PPR .75TEP (+rushing premiums)

.2pts per rush attempt, .25pts per rushing 1st down
Im contending, the rebuilding team is super high on Dameon Pierce.
Keep in mind this would leave me with 0 24' draft picks
Give: Devonta, Pierce, 24' 2nd, 24' 4th (both likely late)
Get: AJ Brown, Rhamondre
Current Roster:
QBs: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RBs: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Pierre Strong, Jerome Ford, Malik Davis, Chase Brown,
WRs: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Gage, Tank Dell, Michael Wilson, Puka Nacua
TEs: Shultz, LaPorta, Gray, Fergusen
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2023.05.31 06:03 Individual_Hotel_184 10T SF PPR .75TEP (+ rushing premiums)

.2pts per rush attempt, .25pts per rushing 1st down
Im contending, the rebuilding team is super high on Dameon Pierce.
Keep in mind this would leave me with 0 24' draft picks
Give: Devonta, Pierce, 24' 2nd, 24' 4th (both likely late)
Get: AJ Brown, Rhamondre
Current Roster:
QBs: Hurts, Rodgers, Goff, Howell, Tune
RBs: Saquon, Bijan, Aaron Jones, Dameon Pierce, Jeff Wilson, Singletary, Pierre Strong, Jerome Ford, Malik Davis, Chase Brown,
WRs: Chase, Devonta, Lockett, Burks, Jayden Reed, Gage, Tank Dell, Michael Wilson, Puka Nacua
TEs: Shultz, LaPorta, Gray, Fergusen
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2023.05.30 13:18 LisaHyden121 Free Assignment on Sample of Enterprize Risk Management

Introduction of Enterprize Risk Management

Risk Management is a process that requires the management of business enterprises to apply varied policies and practices in a systematic manner. With the assistance of these procedures, the company is enabled to identify, assess, monitor, treat, and effectively communicate the element of risk among different layers of business.
1.1 Brief Overview
Tesco Plc is a retail entity engaged in merchandise as well as is operating grocery stores in more than 12 nations of Asia and Europe. The company is considered as third largest retailing company in the global market and enjoys a market share of about 28.4% in the UK alone.
1.2 Risk Audit
The company has undertaken a robust and systematic assessment of the risks which have the potential to affect the performance of the company in any manner. The risk management process of the entity is undertaken throughout the hierarchy by maintaining a Group Risk Register.
1.3 Situation Analysis and Risk Profiling
Situation Analysis is the process of systematic collection and assessment of varied data from economic, social, political, and technological backgrounds. The primary aim of this analysis is the ascertainment of forces that have the potential to influence the performance as well as the nature of the strategies being formulated (Larson and Gray, 2011.). In addition, it also includes the SWOT and PEST analysis of the concerned company, so as to understand the precise position in the overall market.
1.4 Critical Evaluation of Internal and External Risk
The element of risk is a consequence of uncertainties that a business organization faces in different aspects. Risk can be either in the form of internal or external in nature. Tesco is currently facing varied forms of risks from which certain risks can be characterized as principal in nature and others as less material (McNeil, Frey, and Embrechts, 2015).
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2023.05.29 15:15 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 05/29/23

Last updated: 05/29/23 09:14:31 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI COL Ryne Nelson* Miguel CastroL3:25, Andrew ChafinL3:16 Scott McGoughL3:33 Austin AdamsL3:8, Kyle NelsonL3:31, José RuizL3:27, Kevin GinkelL3:32 Drey Jameson
ATL @OAK Michael Soroka*** Raisel Iglesias Nick Anderson Collin McHughL3:42 A.J. MinterL3:8, Jesse ChavezL3:25, Joe JiménezL3:37, Kirby YatesL3:15, Lucas LuetgeL3:43 Dereck RodríguezL3:28
BAL CLE Tyler Wells Félix BautistaL3:15 Yennier CanoL3:15 Bryan BakerL3:14 Mike Baumann, Cionel PérezL3:15, Mychal GivensL3:8, Danny CoulombeL3:3, Keegan AkinL3:24 Austin VothL3:62
BOS Kenley JansenL3:13 Chris MartinL3:7 Josh WinckowskiL3:35 Kutter CrawfordL3:27, Joely RodríguezL3:18, Justin Garza, Nick PivettaL3:54 Corey Kluber
CHC TBR Marcus Stroman Mark Leiter Jr.L3:16, Adbert AlzolayL3:1 Michael FulmerL3:38 Michael RuckerL3:36 Brandon HughesL3:41, Jeremiah EstradaL3:39, Julian MerryweatherL3:37 Javier AssadL3:70
CHW LAA Michael Kopech Kendall GravemanL3:6 Joe KellyL3:41 Reynaldo LópezL3:20 Keynan MiddletonL3:21, Aaron BummerL3:8, Gregory SantosL3:25, Garrett CrochetL3:46 Jimmy LambertL3:29
CIN Alexis DíazL3:40 Lucas SimsL3:27 Ian GibautL3:29 Alex YoungL3:8, Buck FarmerL3:12, Fernando CruzL3:15, Eduardo SalazarL3:31 Kevin HergetL3:20
CLE @BAL Logan Allen* Emmanuel ClaseL3:32 James KarinchakL3:16 Trevor StephanL3:24 Eli MorganL3:16, Enyel De Los SantosL3:20, Sam HentgesL3:23, Nick SandlinL3:19 Xzavion CurryL3:28
COL @ARI Karl Kauffmann** Pierce JohnsonL3:6 Justin LawrenceL3:33 Jake BirdL3:36 Brent SuterL3:22, Daniel BardL3:19, Brad HandL3:21, Matt CarasitiL3:32 Peter LambertL3:43
DET TEX Matthew Boyd* Alex LangeL3:12 Jason FoleyL3:14 Will VestL3:25 José CisneroL3:16, Chasen ShreveL3:8, Tyler HoltonL3:28, Mason EnglertL3:31 Tyler AlexanderL3:37
HOU MIN J.P. France Ryan PresslyL3:23 Bryan AbreuL3:27 Hector NerisL3:19 Ryne StanekL3:9, Phil MatonL3:24, Rafael MonteroL3:17, Seth Martinez Parker MushinskiL3:22
KCR @STL Josh Staumont*** Scott BarlowL3:27 Aroldis ChapmanL3:27 Taylor ClarkeL3:14 Josh StaumontL3:48, Amir GarrettL3:28, Carlos HernándezL3:28, Jose CuasL3:45, Nick WittgrenL3:14 Mike Mayers
LAA @CHW Griffin Canning Carlos EstévezL3:14 Chris DevenskiL3:13 Jacob WebbL3:58 Aaron LoupL3:13, Chase SilsethL3:35, Ben Joyce, Sam BachmanL3:47 Tucker Davidson
LAD WSN Bobby Miller* Evan PhillipsL3:22, Brusdar GraterolL3:36, Caleb FergusonL3:24 Yency AlmonteL3:26, Shelby MillerL3:18, Victor GonzálezL3:12, Justin BruihlL3:36 Phil BickfordL3:43
MIA Dylan FloroL3:24 Tanner ScottL3:32 Huascar BrazobanL3:20 Matt BarnesL3:27, JT ChargoisL3:33, Andrew NardiL3:28, Steven OkertL3:38 Bryan HoeingL3:28
MIL Devin WilliamsL3:26 Peter StrzeleckiL3:29 Joel PayampsL3:15 Hoby Milner, Elvis PegueroL3:37, Trevor MegillL3:14, Jake Cousins, Jake Cousins Bryse Wilson
MIN @HOU Sonny Gray Jhoan DuranL3:12 Jorge LópezL3:22 Brock StewartL3:13 Emilio PagánL3:28, Jovani MoranL3:9, Griffin JaxL3:12, Cole SandsL3:16 José De LeónL3:46
NYM David RobertsonL3:15, Adam OttavinoL3:6 Brooks RaleyL3:17 Drew SmithL3:28, Jeff BrighamL3:45, Dominic LeoneL3:32, Tommy HunterL3:16, Stephen NogosekL3:29 Josh Walker
NYY @SEA Domingo Germán Michael KingL3:22, Clay HolmesL3:28, Wandy PeraltaL3:25 Ron MarinaccioL3:30, Albert Abreu, Jimmy CorderoL3:14, Matt Krook Ryan WeberL3:50
OAK ATL Paul Blackburn*** Trevor MayL3:16, Austin PruittL3:29, Richard LoveladyL3:8, Lucas ErcegL3:16 Sam MollL3:9, Shintaro FujinamiL3:11, Garrett ActonL3:35, Sam LongL3:26 Ken WaldichukL3:16
PHI Craig KimbrelL3:41 Seranthony Domínguez Matt StrahmL3:43 Gregory Soto, Connor BrogdonL3:18, Jeff HoffmanL3:41, Andrew VasquezL3:38, Yunior MarteL3:27 Dylan CoveyL3:30
PIT @SFG Rich Hill David BednarL3:29 Colin HoldermanL3:14 Dauri MoretaL3:18 Robert StephensonL3:10, Jose HernandezL3:34, Roansy ContrerasL3:22, Rob ZastryznyL3:12, Yohan RamirezL3:25 Cody Bolton
SDP Josh HaderL3:15 Nick MartinezL3:29 Steven WilsonL3:22 Tim Hill, Tom Cosgrove, Brent HoneywellL3:32, Domingo TapiaL3:12 Drew CarltonL3:36
SEA NYY Bryce Miller Paul SewaldL3:15 Justin TopaL3:36 Trevor GottL3:21 Matt BrashL3:9, Gabe SpeierL3:17, Tayler SaucedoL3:41, Juan ThenL3:23 Chris FlexenL3:21
SFG PIT Anthony DeSclafani Camilo DovalL3:29 Tyler RogersL3:16 John Brebbia Taylor Rogers, Scott Alexander, Jakob Junis, Ryan WalkerL3:16, Tristan BeckL3:77 Sean Manaea
STL KCR Adam Wainwright* Ryan HelsleyL3:33, Giovanny GallegosL3:5 Drew VerHagenL3:7 Andre PallanteL3:24 Génesis CabreraL3:3, Jordan HicksL3:23, Chris StrattonL3:25 Steven Matz
TBR @CHC Taj Bradley* Pete FairbanksL3:9 Jason AdamL3:43 Colin PocheL3:25 Jalen BeeksL3:50, Kevin KellyL3:33, Jake DiekmanL3:17, Calvin FaucherL3:24 Joe La Sorsa
TEX @DET Nathan Eovaldi Will SmithL3:26 Brock BurkeL3:9 José Leclerc Jonathan HernándezL3:14, Josh SborzL3:11, Joe BarlowL3:12, Cole RagansL3:28 John KingL3:26
TOR Jordan RomanoL3:36 Erik SwansonL3:44 Nate PearsonL3:20 Tim MayzaL3:14, Trevor RichardsL3:24, Adam CimberL3:26, Yimi GarcíaL3:20 Anthony BassL3:21
WSN @LAD Trevor Williams* Kyle FinneganL3:22, Hunter HarveyL3:19 Carl Edwards Jr.L3:46 Andrés Machado, Mason ThompsonL3:19, Chad KuhlL3:48, Erasmo RamírezL3:9 Thaddeus Ward


Date Team Player Category Description
5/29 CHW Liam Hendriks INJURIES Will be activated from 15-Day IL
5/28 PIT Cody Bolton PROMOTION Recalled from minors
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2023.05.29 05:51 Sosojoy Weekly Wrap: The Chainlink BUILD Program Empowers Early-Stage Web3 Startups - May 22 - May 28

Weekly Wrap: The Chainlink BUILD Program Empowers Early-Stage Web3 Startups - May 22 - May 28

Chainlink News and Announcements
If you're a Web3 startup pushing the limits of what's possible with blockchain and oracle technology, the Chainlink BUILD program could be a perfect fit for you. Apply today!
In return, StarkDeFi will make 5% of its total native token supply available to Chainlink service providers, including stakers.
StarkDeFi’s mission is to drive the widespread adoption of blockchain technology by onboarding the next generation of users. By building on Starknet, it's able to offer DeFi services that remain cost-effective, decentralized, and secure as the Web3 economy scales.
Joining BUILD provides StarkDeFi with key benefits, including access to and integration of Chainlink Price Feeds and Chainlink VRF on Starknet mainnet, access to new Chainlink product alpha and beta releases, and more.
See how the partnership helps support Web3 initiatives from Korean conglomerate Lotte Group across several business use cases.
Chainlink is the primary oracle sponsor for Moonbeam Network's Bear Necessities Hackathon, with $10K in prizes for Chainlinked submissions. If your team is competing for a Chainlink prize, make sure to save your spot at a workshop with Richard Gottleber, Developer Advocate at Chainlink Labs.
AWS, Base, and Chainlink representatives will join the judging panel at QuickNode's fourth QuickPitch competition. With $80,000+ in prizes up for grabs, submit an application to bring your Web3 startup idea to life.
Web3 startups like Krypton Protocol and Struct Finance began their journey at a Chainlink Hackathon.
Now, it's your turn: Two weeks are left to submit your Chainlink Spring 2023 Hackathon project.
Hacking together a cool dApp is a great way to get involved with Web3. Submit your project today!
  • Unlock the future of Web3 & experience it firsthand
  • Connect with industry giants in finance & tech
  • Unleash your creativity with leading devs at hacker events
Secure your spot for this can't-miss experience!


Access secure, reliable, and decentralized price data through the industry-standard Chainlink Price Feeds.

VRF Integrations

MoonDAO focused on creating a self-governing settlement on the Moon, has integrated Chainlink VRF to help select the winner of a zero-gravity flight. Discover why VRF is a must-have for on-chain competitions and giveaways.

What’s New for Developers 🛠

A crowdsourced audit of CCIP has launched on Code4rena with a $300K prize pool. The contest lasts until June 12 and serves to further harden the CCIP codebase, in addition to multiple independent audits, in preparation for the initial mainnet launch.
In this tutorial from Zubin Pratap, the Developer Advocate at Chainlink Labs, you can learn how to use Chainlink Functions to create a smart contract that automatically pays a music artist based on their Spotify streams and triggers an email notification to the artist, informing them of payment.
Now that Chainlink Automation is live on Optimism, developers use Web3’s most reliable automation solution to help power advanced use cases. Explore how and why DeFi projects on Optimism are using Automation.
Unlock the potential of x-chain apps on Moonbeam and compete to win bounty prizes from Chainlink, Multichain (Previously Anyswap), StellaSwap, SubQuery, Biconomy, and the Moonbeam Foundation.
ERC-1155 — the Swiss Army knife of token contracts — blurs the lines between the ERC-20 (fungible) and ERC-721 (non-fungible) token standards. This step-by-step tutorial by Richard Gottleber teaches Web3 devs how to create an ERC-1155 token from scratch.

Featured Videos & Educational Pieces 🎥

Jacquelyn Melinek, Senior Crypto Reporter at TechCrunch, interviewed Sergey Nazarov, Co-Founder of Chainlink, a protocol that provides an oracle network to power smart contracts. Listen to the full episode here.
During a recent episode of TechCrunch’s Chain Reaction podcast hosted by Jacquelyn Melinek, Senior Crypto Reporter. Chainlink Co-Founder, Sergey Nazarov, explored how blockchain and AI might interact with each other in ways that benefit society.
In a recent presentation for Chainlink Labs, William Herkelrath explained how Chainlink’s blockchain-agnostic infrastructure could create a shared source of truth that powers a more efficient and secure alternative financial system.
Several projects, including BarnBridge, DefiEdge, Lyra, and Pickle Finance, are already utilizing Chainlink Automation on Optimism to reliably trigger key smart contract functions, which allows dApps to scale securely.
Chainlink Automation improves the speed, efficiency, and reliability of Aave’s governance processes by reducing the manual steps required to move a contract through Aave’s proposal stages in a tamper-proof manner.
Chainlink Labs's William Herkelrath joined the GBBC Virtual Members Forum, highlighting how Chainlink provides a secure gateway to on-chain finance with the ability to connect enterprises to the Web3 economy. Watch the full recording here.
Watch the fireside chat between Kemal El Moujahid, Chainlink Labs CPO
and Marek, cLabs CTO from the ReFi House at Consensus 2023, to learn more about what the Chainlink SCALE Program unlocks for developers in the Celo Ecosystem.
When centralized solutions fail, it’s easy to see why decentralization is a non-negotiable in Web3. Discover the risks of centralized and distributed automation solutions and why Chainlink Automation is a must-have for dApps.
William Reilly from Chainlink Labs said that, as a node operator within the Chainlink Network, Coinbase Cloud “will undoubtedly contribute to the advancement of decentralized applications, further propelling the blockchain industry to new heights.”
Q: Where else is blockchain tech unlocking value and changing industries?
A: It's revolutionizing crop insurance with solutions like
Arbol, data storage with Space and Time, and much more.
See 77+ ways Chainlink is powering this transformation.
Chainlink co-founder Sergey Nazarov’s advice for innovating web3’s next big use case: find a societal or technical problem that blockchains can solve through cryptographic guarantees and commit the necessary time to build a solution.
According to a Boston Consulting Group study, the asset tokenization market is set to reach $16T by 2030. Hedge funds, capital markets firms, banks, tech giants, and startup founders are actively building with blockchain technology to realize this multi-trillion-dollar opportunity. In her keynote speech at the Hong Kong Web3 Festival, ChainlinkLabs
Chief Ecosystem Growth Officer, Adelyn Zhou, provided a high-level breakdown of why this transformation is real and imminent.
“Chainlink's PoR helps ensure that swETH tokens are fully backed by staked ETH on a 1:1 basis, offering new levels of reassurance to our stakers.” Swell’s team said Chainlink Proof of Reserve ensures transparency and user confidence.
Web3 aims to achieve both transparency and privacy, recognizing the importance of each in different contexts. It strives to create a more open and accountable digital ecosystem while safeguarding the privacy of individuals and weaker parties. Watch the full podcast with Chainlink Labs Advisor, Balajis, and Ethereum Founder, Vitalik Buterin, about the right place to be regarding financial privacy.
This paper from the Bank for International Settlements explores the inception of decentralized finance (DeFi) and the impact that blockchain technology can have on financial markets. Along with the innate programmability capabilities of smart contracts and the opportunity to transfer tokenized real-world assets, it highlights the need for “interconnectivity services from oracle providers.” Read more.

Ecosystem & Community Celebrations 👏

Upcoming Events 📅

Are you interested in hosting your own meetup? Apply to become a Chainlink Community Advocate today:
Chainlink’s Community Grant Program empowers our ecosystem to create valuable resources that help accelerate the adoption of Chainlink-powered smart contracts. Apply for a grant today.
Are there other community content and celebrations that we missed? Please post them in the comments below! ⤵️
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2023.05.28 23:55 Bateman_Not_Batman #how to get ahead in ai.dvertising [SP]

The Future is Officially Canceled.
Dee had read articles like this before. He couldn’t remember if the future had ever been officially canceled. But it had been canceled. Unofficially, perhaps. Hence the need to do it officially.
He skimmed the first few paragraphs …the slow cancellation of the future… …pop culture is eating itself… …imitators are imitating an imitation… The ‘slow cancellation’ theory was first flung around in the early twenty first century, on the hypothesis that if you played 1970s music to someone in the 1950s, it would blow their freaking mind. And if you played music from the 1990s to someone in the 1970s, their mind would be equally blown. But if you played music from the ‘10s to someone in the 1990s it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch. In fact, that person may even think they had heard some of it before. The same thing with music from the ‘30s to someone in the ‘10s or music from now to someone in the ‘30s. That person might conceivably think they were even listening to music from a previous decade. Pop culture had referenced itself so many times over, it was now just a copy of a copy of a copy. Degrading every time.
Dee looked down at the article's credit, Dennis Bagley, Editorial AI Operator. He knew it, AI. No wonder it read so familiar. He looked up at the various awards on his top shelf. Dee knew he was different. Better. His AI operating skills were the thing of accolades. The thing of applause. Just last week he and his AI processor picked up Gold in Effectology for their Just Poo It campaign for Charmin. And Silver in Originology for their The Ketchup In The Rye commercial for Pepsi-Heinz, about a young guy who gets kicked out of school and stays out all night trying to find a bottle of ketchup. He looked down at his processor and beamed. Its glowing red light beamed back at him.
They didn’t just stumble into that kind of effectiveness. Campaigns didn’t even get greenlit unless they scored ninety or above on the Effectology meter. He and his AI were usually hitting ninety twos or ninety threes, even a ninety five for Here’s To The Lazy Ones for Caspar mattresses. That campaign killed.
But Dee held himself to that higher calling, Originology. The metrics of original ideas. Sure, the AI did most of the work but Dee was able to tweak his processor to go way beyond the requisite twenty five percent Originology score. Together they were nailing figures in the forties, sometimes even peaking into the fifties. Scores that were head and shoulders above the rest of the department.
That’s how he could afford the sweet ‘18 Jordans Reissues on his feet. He curled his luxe Loewe headphone cable through his fingers and wrapped it around his neck like a scarf. He scoffed at a time when people didn’t think they needed a headphone cable. And imagined having nothing to twirl while listening to reinterpreted rock, nothing to wind around his fingers while he fed the processor. How many headphones must have been lost forever, just because they weren’t plugged in? Like everything else in pop culture, what went around came around, and, relatively recently, headphone cables had come back hard as the status symbol. Today, you didn’t just have to have a cable to be considered cool, you had to have the cable. It had to be thick as a rope, plated with rare metals, and covered in a fancy leather sheath from a chic brand like Gucci or Loewe.
Dee beamed as he thought of all the cool historical cultural knowledge he had amassed. Not just advertising history like the dweebs in the cubicles around him, but film history, fashion history, art history, music history. If it happened in culture, he knew about it. And he used it. That’s how he scored so high on the Originology meter. It made him feel almost like a real writer. Though he would never say that out loud. He imagined being like the old timers, upstairs. The human writers, that clients would pay a serious premium for. Then he wouldn’t have to work on ketchup and toilet roll. He could have a crack at the big dogs, like Googlesoft, United American Airlines or DoritosLocosTacoBell. For now though, he’d have to stick with clients more becoming of his position. This morning’s task was to create a campaign for Pepsi-Crest. A toothpaste. Not super interesting. But he knew how to spice it up. Instead of letting his AI go back through decades of toothpaste ads just to pump out tired old crap like the It Cleans Your Face While it Cleans Your Teeth campaign that Mike Bey pitched last week, Dee mixed in a little fast food inspo from one of his favorite eras and found himself at the highly original and equally effective Where’s the Teeth? campaign. He was stunned by his own brilliance. He patted his processor and imagined it congratulating him back, then he programmed it to write an epic fifteen second anthem film and a suite of six second pre-roll spots, then sent it off to the CG department to render in time to air that night. Dee’s colleagues often asked him how he and his processor were so good at what they did. How their campaigns always scored so highly in both Effectology and Originology. They all used the same machine learning. It’s what the agency sold itself on. Never wanting to sound aloof; even though he was, or like he was tooting his own horn; even though he often did, he would merely say, “I like to pepper a bit of non advertising data in there. A little hint of me.” It was enough to provoke gasps and even make his colleagues take a step back or two, they had all been programmed to do just one task, feed the machine with advertising data. They couldn’t fathom diverging. “The AI should be enough,” was the general understanding. “The machine has better knowledge of advertising history than we do,” and “knows the ins and outs of Effectology better than we ever could.” It’s even been “scientifically programmed to exceed all expectation of Originology.” Dee couldn’t be swayed by any of the standard reactions. He would just smile, and casually amble off. Knowing full well he was beating the machine. He was a rebel in his own right. That afternoon, his section boss leaned over his cubicle. “Hullo Tara.” “Keep it formal please, colleague,” she scolded, “call me Antino. What do you look so ruddy chuffed about anyway?” “I just came up with a brilliant campaign for a very dull toothpaste. You’ll see it on The Comedy Central Reruns Channel tonight.” “Yes, well, an upstairs project is running behind and they’re calling on us down here to pull together some inspo decks, help jostle something loose in those tired old brains.” “Wouldn’t that make them not human-made? What are their clients paying all that money for?” “Loopholes, colleague, loopholes. As long as one of them humans writes the final line, it doesn’t matter how much AI they used to get there. “ “I could do that. I could do better than that. Did I tell you about my toothpaste campaign?” “Yes you did. Twice now. Must be good.” “It is.” “Well, here’s your chance for a peek into the real writer life. I’m deprioritizing your regular workload and prioritizing this inspo creation.” “Yeahhh!” Dee punched the air and freeze framed like he saw in an old movie. “The brief is for Fiat Maserati Jeep Dodge RAM. It’s a car. The Fiat Maserati Jeep Dodge RAM Unica. Like a fancy off-roader, you know what I mean? They wanna sell it to people in cities who don’t drive. More of a status symbol, you know what I mean? Like park it in front of your house so people will know you could go off-roading if you wanted to. Audience archetype is Moms. You getting this?” Dee finally broke his freeze frame but his mind was already whirring. “Yeah, I got it.” “Alright then. Bon chance.” Dee jumped into action, flipped up his AI processor’s screen and started cross referencing old Land Rover ads with The Rock movies, some Nora Ephron classics, Michelle Rodriguez’s character from all twenty eight Fast & Furious movies; even the fully CGI’d ones, the scene from Mrs Doubtfire when she’s playing the broomstick like a guitar, some Bikini Kill records, a memory of his own Mom making him wait in the car while she went shopping at Bergdorfs, a bunch of cool off-roading stuff from Top Gear and a painting of a car he’d always loved by Robert Bechtle. The machine spat out fifteen possible campaign inspo starters and Dee ran-walked them to the inspo courier in the office atrium. Before the day ended, a synthetic orchestra sounded through the building, \Pah pahhh, pah pa pah pa pah pahhh** and the employees were called into the atrium. Office meeting. As Dee strolled in, he caught the rare sight of the last few human copywriters lined up around the balcony above them. They applauded the downstairs employees, theatrically, motioning with their claps as they walked in and took seats, stood awkwardly or otherwise congregated.
There was a dramatic hush before one of the last true human copywriters finally spoke. “Great inspo. Thanks.” Wow. Each word, each letter, worth its weight in gold. That's probably why they used so few, thought Dee. “Yeah, really really good stuff.” Said another. “AI did this?” Said a third as she held the sheets of inspo out. “Some of the best inspo I’ve ever seen in all of my career.” Coughed the oldest and most regal sounding.
Dee squinted and peered up at them. Was that his inspo deck they were flashing around? Was this whole elaborate ceremony all to celebrate his AI operating? He didn’t know whether to be chuffed or anxious. Did they know he was cheating the system? Did they care? These are some of the last true human copywriters in history. They have, and are encouraged to have, the unique thought. Their work isn’t judged on how similar-without-being-exactly-the-same it is to existing campaigns. It’s judged on how different, how breakthrough, how stand out it is.
“It was me!” Dee blurted out. Quite uncharacteristically. He was usually so cool with the compliments. So coy with the recognition. His whole angle required it.
The other AI operators standing around him took their requisite step back, though this time it was less in awe, more in disgust. The air in the room stiffened. AI had ruled his department, and most of the industry, for so long that people didn’t speak up anymore. They just quietly fed the machine. And the machine took all the glory. Dee felt instant ostracism from the colleagues he had worked alongside for most of his career. He immediately questioned his outburst and retracted his ownership claim, knowing that his inspo deck would have been one of many.
“Some of it, at least. My AI, I mean. Processor.” He said. Sheepish this time. Back in his place.
The last few human copywriters smiled, nodded, bowed, gave final congratulations to all from high up on their balcony and then shuffled away in single file. All but one, Sir Coughing-Most-Regal. He slowly made his way down the grand staircase, into the atrium. A man leaving behind his usual pomp and circumstance, bringing his rare ability of unique thought into a crowd of imitation suppliers. As he reached the bottom step, he lost all of his royal air and seemed suddenly so vulnerable, walking among the regular folk. Most of Dee’s colleagues had already left, gone back to their metal masters, but Dee stayed. He knew this old man was coming to see him. He thought he might be in for a dressing down but he hoped it would be the opposite. He manifested that this titan of singular thought, the rare, unique idea, was coming to congratulate him.
“Freedkin.” The old man shoved out his hand. “Pleasure.” Dee shook it. “You say you programmed this inspo deck, yes?” He flapped the pages around. “Yes.” “Ruddy good work, let me tell you.” “Thank you.” “In all my years, since this artificial thinking thing came in, I’ve never read anything so good. Inspired me all over. I’ve been positively bursting with ideas since.” “Thank… you.” “AI wrote this you say?” “Yes.” “Ruddy good for AI. Never read anything so ruddy good. And you processed it?” “Yes.” “What’s your name son?” “Dee.” “Dee what?” “Palmer.” “Pleasure to meet you, Palmer. How much did you… influence it, the AI?” “How do you mean, sir?” “Call me Freedkin.” “How do you mean, Freedkin?” “I mean… how much of it is yours and how much is the machine’s?” Dee didn’t answer. He was looking for the angle. This old man surely didn’t value what AI does. He’s one of the last bastions of actual human creation. What was he getting at? Freedkin reoriented his question. “Mostly the machine or mostly you?” Dee thought he might have a kindred spirit here, in front of him, for the first time. He was going to take a risk. Recognizing a willingness to open up, Freedkin leaned in and spoke quietly. “Did you write this inspo or did the machine?” “I wrote it.” Dee postured. “All.” “Thought so. Good job. Our secret.” Freedkin winked. “Jolly good.” The next day, as he fed his AI little snippets of unexpected data, Dee noticed a hush come over his floor. The usual keyboard click, clack and grumble of inter-colleague banter were dead silent. All that was left was the processors’ harmonic hum. He lifted himself from his expensive ergonomic office chair and peered over his cubicle wall, spying across the sea of operators that made up the AI.ded Creativity department. A hunched figure at the opposite end of the bullpen sauntered from operator to operator, swilling a cup of coffee, looking in at each workstation. Giving a “hello” here, a nod there, even the odd salute. It was Freedkin. A real writer. Down here with the machine feeders. The other operators seemed afraid to go near him. Worried they might infect him with their inability. Dee had never seen a real writer in the operators’ bullpen. Freedkin, already old by industry standards, looked positively ancient in these surroundings. A sepia photograph in a technicolor world. Dee watched him, wondering if he should call out. He felt bound by social etiquette to not foist another outburst onto his peers. So he just watched, for a number of minutes, until Freedkin was close enough that his old eyes could make out Dee’s visage.
“Palmer!” Bingo. The two sat in Dee’s cubicle. Freedkin in the expensive office chair, as was fitting, and Dee on the wooden footstool. “For a short time we all worked from home. At the start of my career. For a short time.” “Everyone?” “Most. Not everyone, I suppose. But it was the thing to do. Was deemed more productive. Until it wasn’t. Then when this thing became the norm,” he tapped on Dee’s tiny AI processor, its red light glowed, “there was a sort of an office renaissance. I remember the bigwigs back then didn’t really want us using AI for ideas. Like it was giving in to the machine. We slowly got called back to the agency so they could keep an eye on our output. Keep it human, I suppose. That’s when the separation happened. In the end, the agency had to start using artificial thinking to keep up with demand. What are you lot churning out these days? Three campaigns a day? Four? We used to get a whole week to come up with one idea. After a while, of course, it got squeezed down to a couple of days. To the point where we needed the machine to keep up. Not long after, the bigwigs realized they could actually charge more off of the ‘human’ written stuff. Anyway, enough of the history lesson, what.” “It’s very interesting.” “Yes well, what I really came down here for,” Freedkin paused and looked around, “was some of that… good… inspo.” “I hear ya.” Dee poised his fingers over his keyboard and looked into the air like he was about to write something, cocksure in his posture. “What’s this one about then?” “Watches. For Googlesoft. ‘Time,’ I was thinking, means so much, yet so little. Where does it all go? You know? How do we make more of it? Watches are time machines. See?” Dee’s posture sank. He thought of all that, by himself? No machine? He suddenly felt very ineffective. Unoriginal. He saw only the red glow from his little AI processor, staring back at him. Taking all the credit. He imagined it laughing with his colleagues in a bar while he sat at the other end of the table, ignored. He imagined it accepting awards by itself. He felt weak. He felt useless without it. It just glowed. “It kind of flows better… when I’m alone.” Dee nervously mumbled. “Right. Don’t say another word. Right you are. ‘Time.’ Remember. Where does it all go? Ok, I go. Ta-ta for now.
Dee looked down at his processor, apologetically. He quietly admonished himself before it until he felt forgiven. Then he typed in a weak initial prompt, all he could muster, write an advertising campaign about time.
The AI spat back a perfectly crafted campaign idea, line and film execution almost faster than Dee hit enter. The Best Things Come To Bros Who Wait. Dee immediately recognized it as a Guinness Surfers imitation. Tick followed tock followed tick followed tock. Its Effectology score clocked in well into the nineties. But its Originology score barely scraped by, just making it into ‘passable.’ Dee silently sneered at his surrounding coworkers. Any one of them would submit this as is and call it a day. It’d be rendered in minutes, deals made with celebrities’ CG likenesses under the hour, a revered AI voiceover and stunning synthetic music that would leave audiences lining up for these passively useful timepieces. But that wasn’t enough for Dee. That’s why he was who he was, goddamnit. Why Freedkin came to him. Him! Not Buton or Deytoro or Heckering. Him!
He added more detail to his prompt. Meaning of time. How to get time back. Time Machine. Back in time. Michael J Fox. Einstein (dog). Time Bandits. Timecop. Van Damme. Kyle Reece. Time displacement. Uhhh huhhh this felt good again. This was working. Dee and his processor were back in sync. As though they were one. Of course, as far as Freedkin knew, they were one. As Dee typed away, he imagined him and his AI coming together. Two heads. Better than one. He lost himself in his prompting and pictured his processor sitting on his shoulder, a second head, right there, next to his own. A tiny, metal appendage. Sleek, gray, with its glowing red light. And, for some reason, it was growing a little mustache. Dee and the mustached machine were completely lost in their work over the next few days. They hardly wrote any of their own campaigns. It was all inspo, inspo, inspo for Freedkin. The good stuff though, Viking Space Cruises, 1900 Tequila, Acne Studios. Each time, Dee and his processor were pretty much writing the entire thing. Freedkin hardly needed to change them at all. Just put his old world tone all over it. Add all of his extra words and ‘personality.’ Dee’s two heads were coming up with the best campaigns in the agency. And no one knew it. Except Freedkin. By now, his second head felt almost as big as his first. He could see it in his periphery. When he looked to the left, it looked back at him. It smiled sometimes. And that little freaking mustache was starting to freak Dee out. That night, Freedkin invited Dee for a couple of drinks with the other real human writers at the fanciest DoritosLocosTacoBell on the Westside. They didn’t even have to wait in line. Dee marveled at the size of the place, the expansiveness. It was packed. They were led through by the greeter to a private table at the back with a leather rope around it. He sat on the edge of the booth as the others ordered various flavors of Gatorade-aritas. When it got to Dee, he said he would have the same as Freedkin, which turned out to be a Frost Glacier Cherry-arita, the classiest -arita of all.
The writers’ conversation was mesmerizing. Every word that came out of their mouths was a unique thought. An opinion. A point of view. Dee tried to join in by recounting the narrative of various movies he had seen. The more obscure the better, attempting to interact at their level. While telling the story of Mick Jackson’s Threads to Bigelo, he could feel her searching for a point of view or an opinion in what he was saying, but he couldn’t stir one. If only he had his processor right now. Its red light glowed comfortingly in his mind. He missed it. Slowly, the other writers left. Dee couldn’t help but think he had something to do with it. He was feeling so inadequate by the time everyone but Freedkin had gone that he just sat quietly and half-smiled at him. Both of them were five or six Gatorade-aritas deep, slumped in their private booth. “Do you like what you do?” Asked Freedkin. “I love it.” “Do you really?” “I don’t know.” “I hate what I do. But I’m good at it. Do you want to know the secret, Palmer? The secret to what we do?” Dee couldn’t do anything but smile a little bigger to communicate his response. Freedkin paused for dramatic effect. “If you love advertising, you shouldn’t work in advertising.” Did Dee love advertising? He didn’t even know. He knew he knew advertising. “You think your audience loves advertising? You think they want to see your tribute to that Googlesoft spot that was an imitation of an Apple spot that was inspired by a Brett Morgen film? No! They just want to see the Brett Morgen film! They don’t want to see your thing at all!” Dee slumped further down. “But if you’re lucky,” Freedkin continued, “if you’re really lucky, and you show them something they’ve never seen before, because you hate advertising too and you just wanted to make something that made you feel something, if they feel that same feeling, you’ve got gold. But you can only get to gold by summoning all of your experiences outside of advertising. You can’t just try to make the Nike of pimple commercials. You have to make the Palmer of pimple commercials. Do you see? That’s the problem with your AI. Your machine.”
The red light flashed again in Dee’s mind. Awakened by Freedkin’s heresy.
“The best AI will ever do is just show you a better version of something you’ve seen before. They call that effective? The numbers can say whatever they want them to, all they’re really doing is pasting wallpaper on top of wallpaper on top of wallpaper. Until eventually the audience ignores it completely. But you’re different Palmer. You and I are different. Different is what sells. I had a word with Simmons up on six. She’s agreed to give you a trial period on the human floor. At my behest. Don’t worry, I didn’t tell her you were already thinking for yourself. I just told her you had the potential to. You start tomorrow. Trial period. Tonight was about the other humans meeting you. I can’t tell you that they’re not skeptical. But they’re open to it. For me. What do you think?” Dee was nervous. He got off the elevator at the operators’ bullpen without even thinking about it. He walked all the way to the atrium and up the grand staircase to the human writers’ floor, instead of getting back on the elevator. He took each step steadily, taking it all in. He felt like a tourist. Like he was borrowing an identity. He imagined he was a young Freedkin and tried to put a confident stride in his step. It didn’t work. He put his hand in his pocket and felt for his AI processor. His second head. Mustached. He couldn’t turn it on because, as everyone knew, AI wasn’t allowed upstairs, in case the agency got audited. The cost consultants would be all over a human writing department that used artificial ideation. They’d be shut down. At the very least, they would lose their Un.AI.ded AI.dvertising license. The only reason for charging such a premium. Dee ran his hand along the balcony rail. He’d only ever seen it from downstairs, from the non-human thinkers’ floor. He walked from the balcony to the human writer’s work area. It was the exact opposite of what he was used to. No sea of cubicles. No click clack. No mechanized productivity. No hum. Just couches, writing desks and quiet.
“Morning.” Whistled Freedkin. “How are we?” “We?” “You.” “Wish I hadn’t drunk so much.” “Ohh, I know. Think of it as an initiation. Nothing wrong with it. Takes your mind off the job. Stops you from thinking for a minute. You need that after everything you’ve been pumping out. All that gold, that is.” “Right.” “Right. Well. Set yourself up wherever you like. First brief is for Coca-Cola. A new water! The freshest water they’ve ever sold, so they say. Tap Clear” Dee wandered over to a small writing desk and put his touchscreen down. He unraveled his headphone cable and felt for his processor in his pocket. When he found it, he rubbed it like a lamp, wishing for a genie. A couple of human writers who’d been deep in concentration when he first walked in, had been disturbed by his arrival. He didn’t recognize them from last night. They glared at him as he set himself up. He smiled in their general direction. They continued to glare. “Big Jim.” Whispered Freedkin. “Him and his team have been here three days straight, on a pitch. Don’t worry about them. They’re just under tremendous stress. This human work really takes it out of you, you know? ” Dee turned and sat with his back to them. He powered up his touchscreen and put his headphones on, draping his Loewe headphone cable around his neck and shoulders. He hovered his fingers over his keyboard, expecting ideas to come. Nothing. He skimmed the brief. Still nothing. He read the brief. Not a thing. A few of the other writers strolled in. Dee watched them find a workspace, sit down, start writing. One of them even used a pen! Dee loved this whole lifestyle. Turn up for work whenever, spout genius, have lunch, sell some billion dollar ideas, have a cocktail. The thought of it all spurred him on. He hovered his fingers over his keyboard again and braced himself for the idea flow. Nothing came. Nothing. All morning. His mind was blank. It felt like it was getting blanker. He couldn’t believe it. Even half thoughts were swimming away from him. Impossible to catch. Even just individual words. Gone. By the afternoon Dee was starting to freak out. He felt like an imposter. “Freedkin,” he hissed, “I can’t think. I can’t come up with anything.” “It takes time, my boy. Days. I told you, before we used to even have weeks…” “But my brain’s not working at all. It won’t… generate… anything.” “Relax your brain. Relax yourself.” “But Freedkin… Freedkin,” he hissed again, “I didn’t write any of that stuff. It was AI. All of it. No… I mean… I helped… but it wasn’t all me.” “Ok… hold on… boy… be careful. That kind of talk will get you killed around here. Try and make it to the end of the day. Try just writing some things down. Some thoughts. Some words. And if you still feel the same tomorrow, I’ll let the brass know it wasn’t for you. No harm.” Dee’s eyes hardened. “Do you hear me, Palmer?” Dee rubbed his temples. “Listen, this affects both of us. Yes, you, but also me… for recommending you. I’ll be out… Think!” Freedkin distanced himself. Hoping it would quell the panic. Dee stared at nothing for as long as he could. An hour, at most. Just stared. No thoughts came. No words. A blank screen. So he slipped his hand in his pocket, held his AI processor warmly, and turned it on. Instantly, an alarm sounded. “What's going on here, Freedkin?” Skewered Big Jim. “Is this your kid? What’s the big idea? Is he working for the machines? What is he…trying to infiltrate us? I can’t have this. I’ve got a family. I can’t be out of a job.” “It’s just a misunderstanding, Jim. He’ll be leaving now.” “No he won’t. Get back here, kid.” Big Jim grabbed at Dee’s shirt. Dee squirmed and tried to push him away. Big Jim got a hand on his neck instead, as some of the other writers tried to grab his arms. Dee instinctively swung his fists around. He got one of the writers, Bigelo, square in the eye. She roared “He’s blinded me!” Big Jim picked him up by his neck. Dee choked. He grabbed his touchscreen and swung it. The edge caught Big Jim on the side of the head. Big Jim dropped him and screamed. Freedkin put a hand on Big Jim’s shoulder. Big Jim swung his fist around and slammed it into Freedkin’s nose. Dee tried to slip away but Big Jim, raging, grabbed his headphone cable and dragged him back, winding the cable around his neck to try and hold on to him with it. The other writers stepped back as Dee kicked around in a panic. He got one of the writers in the stomach and another in the back. The headphone cable slipped out of Big Jim’s hands. Dee reached out for anything he could grab onto. He found a desk leg and pulled himself away from the melee as the gang of writers got him by his feet. They pulled off his Jordans and he crawled away as fast as he could, out of the writers’ area and onto the balcony. The writers caught up with him. He swung the few punches he could muster. He cracked one writer on the cheekbone as another reached for his headphone cable, wrapping it around the balcony rail to stop him from getting even further away. Big Jim steamed in, bleeding from his head, and slammed into Dee, launching him into the air with his sheer force. Dee reached for the rail but it slipped under him as he toppled over into the open atrium, between the floors. He felt a snap as the headphone cable went taut around his neck. A colleague standing in the atrium shrieked. Dee kicked his legs and wriggled about, trying to slip out. He clawed his hands around the cable and tried to loosen it but it just got tighter and tighter. He looked up to see the human writers peering down. Not helping. He could feel his consciousness slipping away. He looked to his left to see his second head staring straight back at him. As he hung, he could feel the metal head growing, exponentially, until it popped off, hit the ground and shattered. Shiny gray liquid metal spilled all over the floor and splashed up the walls. Its red light glowing all over as the metal spread around the room. Once it had flooded the entire atrium it enveloped Dee’s mind. And he was gone. The agency left his body hanging there for two days. They blamed it on a lack of janitorial availability. Everything in the office was automated, and cutting down a dead body wasn’t something their sanitation robots had been programmed to do. But, deep down, everyone knew that it was a message. That they should stay in the roles they had been assigned. So they did. So they wouldn’t end up like Dee.
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2023.05.28 20:22 TheDBA_CyberGuy Penetration Testing

Penetration testing or pen testing is the process of hacking a system with a written permission from the system owner. Unlike criminal hackers, the pen testers perform the testing with ethical intents, motives and sense of professionalism. Organizations conduct penetration testing to assess the effectiveness of their security controls and identify weaknesses of their security architecture. As opposed to criminal hackers, pentesters produce a comprehensive list of recommendations to bridge the gaps they identify and exploit.
Penetration testing is the process of undertaking simulated attacks on infrastructures, systems, and applications with the purpose of discovering exploitable vulnerabilities. Furthermore, organizations may conduct separate vulnerability assessment activities to backup their pentesting endeavors. However, bear in mind that the two are not the same concepts. Vulnerability assessments strive to identify and report potential weaknesses of information systems. Whereas penetration testing goes one step ahead and exploit those vulnerabilities as if real attack takes place.
The objective of penetration testing is to help organizations discover exploitable weaknesses before the bad actors find it out. Besides, the vulnerabilities may exist in operating systems, misconfigurations, systems, applications, firmware, hardware, and so on. Furthermore, the ethical hacker applies the same procedures and tools as the criminal hacker to identify and exploit those vulnerabilities.
The only differences between ethical hackers and crackers are the condition of permissibility and the motives behind the hack. The ethical hackers prepare comprehensive reports detailing the steps they employ to exploit the vulnerabilities and recommendations to fix those weaknesses. However, the criminal hackers attack information systems and people with the intent of financial gain, disruptions, fame, etc.
It is imperative to have clear understanding about different testing and evaluation techniques to avoid duplication of tasks and reduce IT security expenses. This helps organizations to enhance return on security investments (ROSI) attributes.

Security Assessments

Security assessment is an evaluation of organizational assets and security controls for possible risks and threats. Moreover, it is a comprehensive review of the security of a system, application, and other platforms. Security assessment is usually performed by internal security personnel. Besides, security professionals conduct risk assessments to identify vulnerabilities in the tested environments. Security assessment endeavors finally produce recommendations to improve the security posture of the tested platforms.

Security Audits

A security audits are the evaluation of security controls but more formal processes than security assessment. Besides, it involves systematic evaluation of security controls and information systems against defined standards. Unlike security assessments, security audits require the involvement of third party or external auditors. It ensures that controls are being enforced and followed properly throughout the organization, without any concern about the potential threats and vulnerabilities. Moreover, security audits are evaluations performed with the intent of demonstrating the effectiveness of controls to third parties.

Vulnerability Assessments

Vulnerability assessment processes are conducted to identify vulnerabilities and threats, which may exploit and impact an organization financially or reputation wise. It includes discovering weaknesses in information systems, design flaws, and other security concerns. Moreover, it is the process of identifying, quantifying and prioritization of security vulnerabilities in information systems. Unlike penetration testing processes, vulnerability assessment focuses on identifying the weaknesses and would not go further to exploit them.

Penetration Testing

Penetration testing is the process of security assessment, which includes security audits and vulnerability assessments. Furthermore, it demonstrates the attack, its solution and required remedial actions. It is all about finding out problems with the purpose of improving the overall security posture of the target system. While Vulnerability assessments are automated processes, penetration tests are manually performed by security professionals with expertise in conducting cyberattacks.

Why Penetration Testing

Penetration testing is one of the most important security practices that organizations undertake to protect their information and information systems. Moreover, organizations may primarily conduct penetration testing for one or more of the following reasons:

Type of Penetration Testing

Penetration testing is one of the crucial components of information security. Moreover, the purpose of information security is primarily to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA Triad) of information. Ethical hackers or pen testers will apply comprehensive steps to exploit identified vulnerabilities in the information and information systems. However, the testing process should emulate real world attack scenarios to mercilessly exploit the weaknesses and improve the success rates.
Moreover, pen testers should use same procedures and tools the real attacker would use to identify and exploit those vulnerabilities. Besides, unlike crackers, all ethical hackers wear white hats.
There are three major types of penetration testing namely white-box, black-box and gray-box testing. Moreover, these types of pen tests depend on the amount of information the target organization provides to the pen testers.

White-box Testing

White- or crystal-box testing is a type of penetration testing in which the pen testers have complete knowledge of the systems and applications of the target organization. This test is mostly conducted by internal security professionals who have full knowledge of the security controls and their architecture. Moreover, organizations may hire pen testers to perform the test but will provide them detail information about the target systems. Besides, the insider knowledge will help the testers to shorten the duration of the attack and find security flaws easily.
In white-box testing, the pen testers have privileged access to configuration information, network maps and source codes of the system. The aim of this test type is to identify and exploit potential weaknesses in various areas of the target organization. It is the most effective to uncover vulnerabilities but less realistic than black-box testing.

Black-box Testing

Black-box testing is a type of penetration testing in which the ethical hacker has zero knowledge about the target systems. This type of testing mimics the real world cyberattacks and is the most effective in discovering inherent security weaknesses. Moreover, the pen tester blindly attacks target systems from an outsider point of view and generate reports.

Gray-box Testing

Gray-box testing is a type of penetration testing that combines the features of both white-box and black-box testing methods. Moreover, it is a test in which the pen tester has limited prior knowledge about the target system. The organization will provide some information to the pen tester and the tester in turn will discover other remaining details.

Blue vs Red Team

The penetration testing types discussed earlier goes a long way in discovering vulnerabilities and exploiting them, including zero-day vulnerabilities. However, these security practices may have their own benefits and drawback. Pen testers employ various automated vulnerability scanning tools and these tools may generate false negatives and false positives at times. Therefore, organizations should complement these tests and establish additional security measures to protect their data, infrastructures and systems. And that is where the notion of blue and red teaming and other stringent security measures comes into play.
Organizations develop blue-red teaming exercises to simulate real world attack scenarios in which one team plays an attacking role (red team) while another takes a defensive role (blue team). However, these cybersecurity teaming structures should never replace penetration testing endeavors rather it should augment it.

Blue Team

The blue team plays a defensive role in the exercises and employs protective measures to detect and avert attacks from the red team. Moreover, the team is responsible for analyzing security controls effectiveness and efficiency in protecting information and information systems.

Read Team

A red team plays an offensive role and is formed with the intention of identifying and assessing vulnerabilities in information systems. Moreover, the team plays similar role with penetration testers or ethical hackers. And they identify potential vulnerabilities and exploit them from an attackers' perspective.

Phases of Penetration Testing

A penetration testing, as discussed above, is the process of identifying security vulnerabilities in information systems and trying to exploit them. However, the pen testers should have clear rules of engagement with their clients before starting any activity. Meaning, the two parties should enterer into binding written agreements by clearly defining the scope and the duration of the test. Because, penetration testing is an intrusive activity by nature and may cause business disruptions. Therefore, the document that contains and dictates the rules of engagement shall be a playbook for the pen testers.
The pen testers will finally prepare detailed report for both the technical personnel and senior management. Moreover, the reports of results of the penetration testing play significant role in finding security flaws and patching them. Furthermore, the penetration testing is a crucial activity that every organization should be doing to manage vulnerabilities and potential exposures. organization should be doing to manage vulnerabilities and potential exposures.
When conducting the penetration testing process, the pen testers shall employ the following major phases:

Planning and Preparation

Planning and preparation phase is one of the most important phases of penetration testing. In this phase, the pen tester and the target organization enter into formal agreement. Moreover, both parties define and agree on the scope of the work, the duration and formulate the rules of engagements. Besides, in this phase, the pen testers get explicit authorization or greenlight to start the ethical hacking.


Reconnaissance is the phase in which the pen testers gather every possible piece of information about the target. The testers collect information from both public spaces and secret sources without being detected by the target. In fact, the sources of information may include the Internet, official website, DNS records, social media and similar avenues.
The pen testers will apply different methodologies to collect just enough information. They may gather information through social engineering, search engines, spear phishing, open source intelligent (OSINT) and so on methods.

Scanning and Discovery

After the reconnaissance phase, the pen testers will have enough information about the target. Moreover, they will make use of the gathered information to conduct the scanning and discovery processes. The pen testers will specially use a host of automated scanning tools and manual procedures in this phase. Besides, the tools may include but not limited to, Metasploit, Nmap, Netscan, wireshark, Netcraft, SSDP, Nikto, and Burp Suite.
The pen testers will perform network scanning, banner grabbing, and vulnerability scanning on the target network. The objectives of these scans will be to identify open and closed ports, operating system, services, security controls and more. Besides, the ethical hacker initiates active connection with the target system in this phase to gather more information.


This is the most important and interesting phase of the penetration testing process. In this phase, the pen testers actually exploit the identified vulnerabilities and attempt to gain access to the target system. Moreover, they seek to use manual and automated exploitation tools to attempt to defeat the security controls put in place.
This phase is where the pen testers practically prove that there exist potential vulnerabilities in the target system. The pen testers do the hacking using an array of technical approaches and social engineering methods to exploit the vulnerabilities. The ethical hackers commonly use Metasploit framework to automatically execute exploitation against the target systems. Moreover, they may install malwares such as rootkit to persistently maintain their foothold and further compromise the target system.


The pen testers will finally summarize the results of the penetration testing and make formal recommendations to fix the vulnerabilities. However, they produce the document throughout the entire testing process by capturing all the activities performed and vulnerabilities identified. Meaning, they record every bit and piece of information that happened during the whole process and submit the final report.
The documentation will serve as a baseline for upcoming penetration testing engagements. Furthermore, it should be stored in a secure environment, because it contains sensitive organizational information.

Penetration Testing Tools

There are tons of ethical hacking tools that professionals can rely on and use to hack systems. The following are some of the common penetration testing and vulnerability scanning tools in use today in the industry:

We will present detailed information about these and more penetration testing tools in an upcoming episode.
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2023.05.28 04:46 InvaderWeezle The leading receiver of each division every year since the merger
Breakdown by number of different players on each team:
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2023.05.27 15:01 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 05/27/23

Last updated: 05/27/23 09:00:15 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI BOS Zach Davies* Andrew Chafin, Miguel Castro Scott McGoughL3:20 Austin Adams, Kyle Nelson, José RuizL3:45, Kevin GinkelL3:58 Luis FríasL3:51
ATL PHI Charlie Morton Raisel IglesiasL3:29 Nick AndersonL3:36 Collin McHughL3:21 A.J. MinterL3:12, Jesse ChavezL3:21, Joe JiménezL3:17, Kirby YatesL3:17 Lucas LuetgeL3:43
BAL TEX Dean Kremer Félix BautistaL3:16 Yennier CanoL3:17 Bryan Baker Mike BaumannL3:28, Cionel PérezL3:15, Mychal GivensL3:17, Danny CoulombeL3:22 Austin VothL3:62
BOS @ARI Garrett Whitlock Kenley JansenL3:14 Chris Martin Josh WinckowskiL3:35 Joely Rodríguez, Justin GarzaL3:16, Kutter Crawford, Brennan BernardinoL3:24, Nick PivettaL3:52 Corey Kluber
CHC CIN Jameson Taillon* Mark Leiter Jr.L3:10, Adbert AlzolayL3:1 Michael Fulmer Michael RuckerL3:53 Brandon HughesL3:12, Jeremiah Estrada, Julian MerryweatherL3:24 Javier AssadL3:75
CHW @DET Jesse Scholtens*** Kendall Graveman Joe Kelly Reynaldo LópezL3:30 Keynan MiddletonL3:9, Aaron BummerL3:27, Gregory SantosL3:16, Garrett CrochetL3:41 Jimmy LambertL3:31
CIN @CHC Brandon Williamson* Alexis Díaz Lucas SimsL3:25 Ian Gibaut Alex Young, Buck Farmer, Fernando CruzL3:15, Eduardo SalazarL3:51 Kevin HergetL3:41
CLE STL Tanner Bibee Emmanuel ClaseL3:32 James KarinchakL3:12 Trevor StephanL3:24 Eli MorganL3:27, Enyel De Los SantosL3:2, Sam HentgesL3:13, Nick SandlinL3:12 Xzavion Curry
COL NYM Chase Anderson* Pierce JohnsonL3:29 Justin LawrenceL3:21 Jake BirdL3:7 Brent SuterL3:5, Daniel BardL3:25, Brad HandL3:39, Matt CarasitiL3:39 Peter LambertL3:41
DET CHW Michael Lorenzen Alex LangeL3:17 Jason FoleyL3:23 Will VestL3:15 José CisneroL3:19, Chasen ShreveL3:16, Tyler Holton, Mason EnglertL3:44 Tyler AlexanderL3:37
HOU @OAK Framber Valdez Ryan PresslyL3:13 Bryan AbreuL3:21 Hector NerisL3:17 Ryne Stanek, Phil Maton, Rafael Montero, Seth Martinez Parker Mushinski
KCR WSN Brady Singer* Scott Barlow Aroldis Chapman Taylor Clarke Josh StaumontL3:33, Amir GarrettL3:28, Carlos HernándezL3:16, Jose CuasL3:36, Nick WittgrenL3:59 Josh TaylorL3:23
LAA MIA Shohei Ohtani Carlos Estévez Matt Moore Chris DevenskiL3:19 Chase Silseth, Aaron LoupL3:26, Jacob WebbL3:30, Sam BachmanL3:47 Tucker Davidson
LAD @TBR Clayton Kershaw Evan Phillips, Brusdar Graterol Caleb Ferguson Shelby MillerL3:15, Yency Almonte, Victor GonzálezL3:13, Justin BruihlL3:36 Phil BickfordL3:13
MIA @LAA Edward Cabrera* Dylan FloroL3:33 Tanner ScottL3:42 Huascar BrazobanL3:24 Matt Barnes, JT ChargoisL3:25, Andrew NardiL3:11, Steven OkertL3:10 Bryan HoeingL3:26
MIL SFG Corbin Burnes Devin Williams Peter Strzelecki Joel PayampsL3:8 Hoby MilnerL3:27, Elvis PegueroL3:37, Trevor MegillL3:29, Ethan SmallL3:69, Jake Cousins Bryse WilsonL3:12
MIN TOR Pablo López Jhoan DuranL3:13 Jorge López Brock StewartL3:20 Emilio PagánL3:21, Jovani MoranL3:24, Griffin Jax, Cole Sands José De LeónL3:40
NYM @COL Justin Verlander David RobertsonL3:15, Adam OttavinoL3:13 Brooks RaleyL3:25 Drew SmithL3:24, Jeff BrighamL3:17, Dominic Leone, Tommy HunterL3:37, Stephen Nogosek Josh Walker
NYY SDP Luis Severino** Michael King, Clay HolmesL3:12, Wandy PeraltaL3:21 Ron MarinaccioL3:21, Albert AbreuL3:27, Jimmy CorderoL3:41 Ryan WeberL3:50
OAK HOU Hogan Harris*** Trevor MayL3:18, Austin PruittL3:17, Richard LoveladyL3:13, Garrett ActonL3:9, Sam MollL3:23 Adrián MartínezL3:17, Sam LongL3:22, Lucas ErcegL3:45 Shintaro Fujinami
PHI @ATL Zack Wheeler Craig KimbrelL3:40 Seranthony DomínguezL3:16 Matt StrahmL3:19 Gregory SotoL3:25, Connor BrogdonL3:37, Jeff HoffmanL3:29, Andrew VasquezL3:8, Yunior MarteL3:13 Dylan Covey
PIT @SEA Roansy Contreras David Bednar Colin HoldermanL3:14 Robert StephensonL3:3 Dauri MoretaL3:12, Duane Underwood Jr.L3:13, Jose Hernandez, Rob ZastryznyL3:9 Yohan RamirezL3:25
SDP @NYY Michael Wacha Josh HaderL3:26 Nick MartinezL3:26 Steven WilsonL3:22 Tim HillL3:10, Luis GarcíaL3:20, Tom CosgroveL3:21, Brent HoneywellL3:21 Drew CarltonL3:9
SEA PIT Luis Castillo Paul SewaldL3:13 Justin Topa Trevor Gott Matt BrashL3:20, Gabe SpeierL3:11, Tayler SaucedoL3:34, Juan ThenL3:23 Chris FlexenL3:21
SFG @MIL Logan Webb Camilo Doval Tyler RogersL3:17 John BrebbiaL3:28 Taylor RogersL3:37, Scott AlexanderL3:8, Jakob JunisL3:45, Ryan WalkerL3:29, Tristan BeckL3:33 Sean ManaeaL3:22
STL @CLE Jack Flaherty Ryan Helsley Giovanny GallegosL3:21 Drew VerHagenL3:21 Andre PallanteL3:6, Génesis CabreraL3:41, Jordan Hicks Chris StrattonL3:55
TBR LAD Tyler Glasnow*** Pete FairbanksL3:22 Jason AdamL3:27 Colin PocheL3:10 Jalen BeeksL3:31, Kevin KellyL3:26, Trevor Kelley, Jake DiekmanL3:25, Calvin FaucherL3:39 Cooper CriswellL3:56
TEX @BAL Andrew Heaney Will SmithL3:19 Brock Burke José LeclercL3:16 Jonathan HernándezL3:14, Josh Sborz, Joe Barlow, Cole Ragans John KingL3:22
TOR @MIN Chris Bassitt Jordan RomanoL3:20 Erik SwansonL3:26 Nate PearsonL3:38 Tim MayzaL3:26, Trevor RichardsL3:32, Adam CimberL3:26, Yimi GarcíaL3:25 Anthony BassL3:14
WSN @KCR Josiah Gray Kyle FinneganL3:32, Hunter HarveyL3:41 Carl Edwards Jr.L3:48 Andrés MachadoL3:27, Mason ThompsonL3:12, Chad KuhlL3:21, Erasmo RamírezL3:9 Thaddeus WardL3:13


Date Team Player Category Description
5/26 LAA Sam Bachman PROMOTION Contract selected from minors
5/26 CIN Fernando Cruz INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
5/26 MIL Ethan Small PROMOTION Recalled from minors
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