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EXTENSIVE two-part write up. The murder of Laci Peterson- is there really reasonable doubt? The end of the prosecution case and defense's case. Part 2 of 2. Please read part 1 first for the prosecution case and background.

2020.08.21 23:06 Quirky-Motor EXTENSIVE two-part write up. The murder of Laci Peterson- is there really reasonable doubt? The end of the prosecution case and defense's case. Part 2 of 2. Please read part 1 first for the prosecution case and background.

Other info used by the prosecution
What Laci was wearing when she went missing is somewhat of a mystery. Laci was found in tan maternity capris and a maternity bra. Her sister Amy, the last person who saw Laci conclusively, said she was wearing tan maternity capris, a floral blouse, and dress shoes when she saw Laci on the evening of the 23rd. Those clothes were found in the home during the search warrant. The blouse was in the hamper and the pants were in the hanging in the closet. Laci was found in very similar pants to the ones she was wearing on the 23rd, she may have had two pairs of the same pants. She was not found in a white shirt or black pants like Scott and neighbors claimed she as wearing. This was the outfit on Laci’s missing poster.
Scott refused to get Laci’s dental records for Modesto PD for weeks. He made excuses such as he didn’t know the address or couldn’t remember which dentist she went to. When police got the records, it showed that Scott and Laci went to the same dentist.
Scott never inventoried Laci’s things. When he discovered she was missing he never looked to see if she took her purse, cell phone, or coat with her on her walk.
At the home an open bottle of ranch dressing was on the counter on the night of the 24th. When asked Scott said he didn’t like ranch dressing and that it was for Laci’s pizza, which they ate the night before.
The Rochas wanted to retrieve some of Laci’s things such as mementos and Laci’s diary from the Peterson home, but Scott would not comply. Scott replied by getting a security system and Lee said the Rochas could not have these things because they were “Scott’s property.” Scott called the security company for his house and made sure the company knew “no Rochas” was his policy. Sharon later broke into the house to get these things- no charges were filed against the Rochas.
Scott tried to sell he and Laci’s home only three weeks after Laci went missing. He asked realtors to keep the story out of the press and wanted the house sold as is, completely furnished, with everything in it. Despite this he still would not give the Rochas Laci’s things such as her wedding dress, diary, or décor from the home.
There has been much debate over whether or not Scott wanted to have a baby or not and his behavior shows both a doting father and a bachelor playboy, depending on who you ask. At one-point Scott was talking to Anne Marie Rocha, Brent’s wife when he told her that he “was hoping for infertility” in the middle of Laci’s struggle to get pregnant. She thought it was a weird joke. On a home video of a holiday, Scott has to hold a baby for a few minutes and says “well this isn’t very fun” Laci says, “this is the only time you’ll see him do that (hold a baby)” and laughs. Scott told Amber Frey that he was so adamant about not having a child he wanted to get a vasectomy. Adversely, others have mentioned that Scott did want a baby. He painted Conner’s nursery and when Laci was trying to conceive, he got a Viagra prescription to make sure they would be able to have sex when she was ovulating.
In January 2003, Sharon Rocha called Scott to inform him that in a Jan. search of the bay searchers did not find Laci, only an anchor. Scott seems to whistle in relief. The conversation was so unsettling it was played for the jury.
Throughout the investigation Scott never participated in any public events for his wife. He refused to talk at vigils, on the news, or even get his photograph taken by local reporter Ted Rowlands. This was surprising to Rowlands as most missing people get very little press and when they do loved ones typically jump at the opportunity to spread the word about their missing relatives. Eventually, Scott contacted Gloria Gomez and gave a total of four interviews. In these interviews Scott said things like "I loved Laci" past tense and other statements which made him look bad to the public.
In January det. Grogan asked Scott again if he had had any affairs. Scott said no and Grogan produced a picture of Scott and Amber. Scott peered at the photo for a while and then responded, “Is that supposed to be me?”
In early January, when Laci had been missing for three weeks, Scott called dish network and added the Playboy channel to his subscription. Four days later he canceled the channel and instead added the TENXtsy channel, a hardcore porn channel instead which cost I believe an extra $12.99 monthly. This was for the TV in the living room. He canceled the channel on February 18th 2003, the day a search warrant was to be executed in his home. He told the dish network he was cancelling because he was moving abroad. One documentary claims that the police bought the subscription to frame Scott. Like many other tidbits in this story alone it doesn’t mean much but it shows how Scott was behaving as if his wife was not coming home.
Before his arrest Scott was staying with his half-sister Anne Bird in San Diego. While there Scott’s came on to Anne’s babysitter and made her mixed drinks, he called flirtinis. Jackie Peterson also said to the babysitter “I hope Scott can meet a nice girl like you.” The behavior of both Scott and Jackie was so outrageous and inappropriate the babysitter never came back.
Scott had two debit cards. One was linked to a PayPal account that Laci did not know about. He used this account to buy things for his various girlfriends.
Scott bought Ayiana, Amber’s daughter a pop-up book for Christmas. This book was purchased for Conner by Scott’s sister and given to Laci at Conner’s baby shower.
There were some rumors in this case that Laci had previously also had an affair with a man who worked at her gym. These rumors were unable to be verified by either the prosecution or the defense and no evidence to support this theory was ever found.
When patrol officers first entered the house, they noticed the defense attorney ad was open in the phone book on the kitchen counter. Later tests showed that the phone book naturally opened to several different ads because of how the pages were designed. This ad was one of those pages.
On Dec. 25th Lee Peterson made sure that Scott had an attorney, and was no longer speaking to anyone within the police department. This made some think that Lee was suspicious of his son from the beginning. Others have said that Lee was simply being proactive.
By February police told Laci’s family that they had cleared all of Laci’s family members… with the exclusion of Scott.
Chris Pixley and Richard Cole are two journalists who are always interviewed in documentaries about the case. Both men stayed with the Petersons and were planning on helping the Petersons write a book about the case after Scott was exonerated. Both men attended the trial on family passes.>
Laci’s family supported Scott for the first few weeks of the investigation.
After the testimony of over 100 prosecution witnesses, the Defense’s presented this case
Laci was alive and well on the morning of the 24th when Scott left for work and she met with foul play outside her home that morning. There were a variety of theories pushed forward.
  1. One was that Laci was accosted when she confronted the men robbing the Medina house across the street at approximately 11:40 am on Christmas eve. This is corroborated by a witness, Diane Jackson, who saw a van in the area at that time.
  2. Another was she was attacked in the park by either a sex offender or because of her nice jewelry.
  3. The third was that Laci was abducted by a family in a brown van who used her for some type of Satanic ritual.
Mark Geragos, Scott’s million-dollar celebrity attorney said in his opening statement that he would produce witnesses who saw Laci walking that morning, witnesses who saw Scott’s empty boat, and a witness who saw a pregnant woman being pushed into a van (a man named Tom Harshman), but none of these witnesses were produced at trial.
Timeline and theories
Early on in the case the defense scored major points by showing the jury that it was likely Laci was alive on Christmas eve, which was contrary to the prosecution who tried to show that Laci died on the evening of the 23rd. The defense showed this by demonstrating that Scott watched Martha Stewart that morning, and because Scott described Laci wearing clothes witnesses saw her in that day, white shirt and black pants. They also pointed to the fact that the dog was found with a leash on and that Laci’s curling iron was out on the counter. The computer evidence such as the online shopping on the computer that morning added to this theory. Geragos also told the jury that the prosecution could not answer how Laci was murdered, when she murdered, or where she was murdered with any detail at all. All of these things made the prosecution look like bumbling idiots and the jury was impressed.
Geragos also showed that Modesto PD had not interviewed all area sex offenders in an effort to show reasonable doubt. Brocchini explained that he did not interview all sex offenders because some were so elderly, but the damage was done. In another prosecution guffaw, it was revealed that not all witnesses who saw Laci that morning were formally interviewed by the police. Modesto PD claimed that it was impossible to interview every person, but that mistake was another piece in the puzzle that showed that perhaps, the police had tunnel vision in this case.
Geragos also tried to display that the men who robbed the Medina house were good suspects. The Medinas who lived on Covena Ave. left their home at 10:32 am on Christmas eve and did not return until the afternoon of the 26th when they discovered they had been robbed. Assuming that the robbery happened on the 24th and not the 25th or 26th like the robbers later claimed, it is believed the burglary happened at about 11:40 am, after the Medinas left for the Christmas holiday. This time is corroborated by a neighbor named Diane Jackson who saw three “dark skinned but not African American” men behind a van in front of the Medinas’ home at this time. Police put out a reward for information and got a break within days.
Steven Todd and Donald Pearce were arrested for the robbery on January 2nd 2003 after trying to sell some valuables from the Medina’s home. When apprehended the first words out of Steven Todd’s mouth was “I didn’t have anything to do with the pregnant girl.” The defense has always reasoned that the police should have pursued this exclamation, but they didn’t. Both men pleaded guilty to the robbery but claimed it happened Christmas day or early on the 26th, not on the 24th. Modesto PD asserted that they cleared these men as they believed the robbery happened later, after Laci was already missing. The defense and Scott’s family believe the burglary took place on the 24th and the criminals lied about the date to distance themselves from Laci’s disappearance.
This theory was somewhat strengthened by the statement of Russell Graybill, the Petersons’ mailman. Graybill testified that when he delivered a package to the Peterson’s home between 10:35 and 10:50 am. McKenzie did not bark at him. Graybill testified at trial that McKenzie normally barked at him but he didn’t bark on Christmas eve. This was shown to “prove” that Laci was walking him at that time.
Scott supporters have touted two other pieces of evidence to prove this theory. The first piece of the evidence in this story involved the fact that in January a woman who knew the burglars pawned a Croton watch similar to the one Laci had and was presumably wearing. The problem with the watch “evidence” lies in the pawn ticket. The pawned watch is not listed as having diamonds embedded into it like Laci’s did, casting doubt onto this idea that the watch was Laci’s. The second piece of evidence is much more compelling. From scottpetersonappeal.org,
“Yet another concerning tip came from a Lt. Aponte who worked in a California prison. He called Modesto Police to report a monitored phone conversation that one of their inmates had with his brother, who lived in Modesto. The brother told the inmate that Laci had confronted the burglars who were robbing the house directly across the street from where she lived. That house was, in fact, robbed the day Laci went missing. This conversation was recorded by the prison. Not only has the Modesto Police Department never handed over any follow up on the tip from Lt. Aponte, the tape has been lost.” This is a thought-provoking piece of evidence, but I am not sure it proves anything conclusively. ​
The problems with the “Laci confronted the burglars” theory are numerous. The timeline would go something like this. Laci leashes up McKenzie who gets out and wanders in the street until found by Karen Servas at 10:18 am. Servas puts McKenzie away and then later Laci walks McKenzie through the park where she is seen by witnesses. Laci returns home, puts McKenzie away (but keeps the leash on) and takes off her shoes. She either changes clothes or later the robbers re-dress her. Then shoeless, Laci at 8 months pregnant waddles across the street and confronts either 2 or 3 male burglars without even her dog for protection. (PS the men are breaking into the home in the middle of the day). The men kill her, rob the house, change Laci into a new outfit, only a maternity bra and tan capris, and dump her in the ocean ninety miles away EXACTLY where Scott Peterson was fishing. It is also important to note that the defense did not call any witnesses who could bolster this theory except Graybill.
Another possible theory floated by Scott supporters and the defense was the idea that Laci was kidnapped while in the park. One witness, Diana Campos, who worked at a hospital that abuts the park (only three blocks from the Peterson house) remembers seeing a pregnant woman walking a Golden Retriever in the park at 10:30 am on Christmas eve. The woman was struggling to control the dog, who was barking incessantly. A man in a beanie apparently yelled at the woman “Shut that f*cking dog up!”
The problem with this theory is that both the Modesto PD and Scott’s attorneys interviewed this woman and chose to NOT call her to testify at trial. I believe if the lead was credible, the woman would have testified for the defense. Another issue is the timeline and the details of the sighting. For this sighting to work we have to ignore Karen Servas’ testimony. If this woman in the park was Laci, she must have gotten McKenzie from the yard after McKenzie escaped then walked to the park where she encountered someone who wanted to harm her. This person then would have had to return Laci’s shoes to the house, re dressed her, put McKenzie in the backyard and then dump her body in the ocean ninety miles away EXACTLY where Scott Peterson was fishing.
A third possibility was mostly pushed by Matt Dalton, an attorney who worked on Scott’s case but was fired before trial. Geragos kicked Dalton off the case because Dalton was obsessed with the idea that a satanic cult kidnapped Laci and another woman, Evelyn Hernandez. I think Geragos did not want this to be mentioned at trial and focused on other angles, but this still needs to be discussed. As mentioned above a woman was raped in Modesto in the week before Laci’s disappearance. The victim called a crisis line and reported that she had been raped by a group of people in a brown van and that the assault was part of a Satanic ritual. The abductors then told the woman that they were going to commit a Christmas murder that she would “read about in the papers.” The police found the people and van in question and processed the brown van for evidence, surprisingly no evidence of any crime was found in the van. When the police were done with the vehicle, Geragos bought the van, but he never found anything or used the van at trial- leading spectators to believe that the van held no evidentiary value.
Other proof for this theory is mostly found in Dalton’s book about the case. Matt Dalton first dreamed up this theory when went to a bar in Modesto one night where he interviewed some young locals about the goings on in Modesto. After seeing some people in skull t-shirts playing Dungeons and Dragons, Dalton asked about cult activity. The people told him that Modesto had Satanists, including a weird family who lived in a brown van. Dalton then learned that Dec. 24th is a holy day in the Satanic calendar and thus he extrapolated that Satanists did sacrifices on this day. He also discovered that May 1st, the day Evelyn was last seen was also a Satanic holiday. He soon became obsessed with this idea that Laci was abducted for a ritualistic purpose. Once Laci’s body was found Matt Dalton walked along the beach where he found some weird paintings on rocks and determined this was where rituals were taking place. (The paintings ended up being a strange art installation by a group called The Bulb.) He also found a police report that someone had reported finding a bucket of organs on the beach, but this has never been independently verified. Dalton surmised that these were Laci’s organs as she was found mostly skeletonized and had very few organs left.
Dalton is famous for connecting Laci’s case to the case of Evelyn Hernandez. This piece of evidence is talked about online extensively and is used to show that pregnant women were going missing and being found headless in San Francisco bay. While it is a strange coincidence, what documentaries and Pro Scott pundits never tell you is that Evelyn’s case has a prime suspect and it is not a serial killer or a Satanist family, it is Evelyn’s boyfriend, Herman Aguilera. This man is presumed to have killed Evelyn when she was only one week from giving birth, on May 1st 2002. As friends and family later discovered Evelyn was Herman’s “other woman.” Evelyn did not know her boyfriend was married. According to Aguilera’s family Herman did not want to deal with a pregnant mistress or want another child. Evelyn was last seen at a gas station frequented by Herman. Tragically, Evelyn’s son Alexis age 5, and her full-term baby boy, Fernando disappeared with her and have never been found.
The problem with this satanic angle is that it is far-fetched and does not explain most of the evidence. If Laci was abducted, where? Was she walking down the street in the mid-morning when some Satan worshippers happened to drive by and abduct her, put the dog in the yard, put her shoes in the house, changed her clothes and then dumped her body in ocean just where Scott Peterson was fishing? And what about Evelyn? Were these same people driving by as she and her son went to a gas station near Aguilera’s home in the middle of the afternoon? As I said this theory doesn’t hold water, but it important to explore.
Rush to judgement
Another thing focused on heavily by the defense was the idea that the Modesto PD “rushed to judgement” and wanted to nail Scott from the beginning. The defense asserted that this began with officer Evers saying that home was “suspicious” at 6 pm to his superior. Geragos and team asserted that this was improper and created tunnel vision in the department.
The Modesto police has always held that they simply followed the evidence and focused on the most likely suspect, Scott. After all it was not just Evers who thought the scene was suspicious. It was Evers, Spurlock, other patrol officers, Brocchini, Laci’s friends, Amy Rocha, Sergeant Duerfeldt, neighbor Karen Servas and others. If the Modesto PD wanted to frame someone, as sad as it is, they could have framed the Medina burglars and no one would have batted an eye. But they didn’t.
Other evidence used by the defense
Laci sightings
Approximately 12 people called the MPD to report seeing a woman who matched Laci’s description walking a dog on the morning of the 24th within one mile of the Peterson home. The prosecution called four women to the stand who were dog walkers who lived in the vicinity of the Peterson home at the time of the disappearance to account for some of these sightings. Most people saw Laci or someone who resembled her in black leggings and a white top, the same outfit she was in on her missing posters. However, when she was found she was wearing tan maternity capri pants and a maternity bra only. According to the Petersons, nine of these witnesses were never interviewed by a detective. What they don’t tell you is that a patrol officer and the DA’s investigators did some of the interviews. Nevertheless, not all people who called in with witness sightings were interviewed which helped the defense. Let’s look at these witnesses who we know about.
The people interviewed in the documentary The Murder of Laci Peterson were apparent “witnesses” who were never interviewed by the police and were not called at trial. Why? Because when Geragos interviewed them he found them to be unreliable, confused, or just wrong. Homer Maldonado claimed to have seen Laci walking the dog three times…during times she was proven to be elsewhere. Maldonado also refused to be interview by police. Because of this he was not called. Vivian Mitchell was another witness who claimed she saw Laci walking the dog on Dec. 24th. She then specified she knew exactly the time because she saw Laci during the football game on TV, but there were no football games on TV on the 24th. Vivian was also 80 years old and her husband was 84. Her husband Bill told police he did not remember ever seeing Laci. Mike Chiavetta remembered seeing a woman walking a Golden Retriever in La Loma park on the most likely 24th but said that it was a bright sunny day and the park was filled with people. It was misty and overcast on the 24th although the 23rd was bright and sunny. Scott supporters will have you believe that Laci was abducted right after the Chiavetta sighting even though Chiavetta claims the park was filled with people that day. Also, Chiavetta never reported he saw Laci, he saw a woman in a white shirt walking a Golden Retriever. When asked if she was pregnant, he said “I don’t know.” Tom Harshman is the man who saw a pregnant woman pushed into a van on the 24th of December, however police documentation says this was not reported until the 28th. In between 2 and 4 pm, he saw a woman in a red shirt and black pants urinating against a fence. There was a man standing over her and she looked scared. Then he saw a hand reach out of a van and pull the woman into the van. The tip was not investigated by the Modesto police department because they circumstance, location, and clothing did not fit. Either way Geragos interviewed many of the witness and didn’t call any of them. He said specifically he would call Harshman, but he didn’t.
Conner’s live birth and condition of the bodies
One thing that is brought up often by the defense is information brought forth by their expert that Conner was alive for one week following Laci’s disappearance. The defense believed Conner was born alive and died at a different date, or that Laci and Conner were alive after Laci was abducted. They also like to talk about twine, or tape that was wrapped around Conner’s body. Laci’s body also had trace amounts of caffeine present even though Laci gave up caffeine during her pregnancy.
Laci and Conner were found in the same area but separately on different days. Laci was badly decomposed; barnacles were on her bones and most of her organs except parts of her uterus were gone. There was a large hole in her womb from decomposition. Conner was somewhat decomposed but he was fully intact. The medical examiner thought this was because he was protected inside of Laci until her uterus decomposed expelling him into the bay. The medical examiner could find no cause of death for Laci and ruled that Conner died due to his mother’s death at approximately 33 weeks gestation. Conner seemed to be inside of Laci until shortly before he was found. The medical examiner explained to the jury that Conner most likely floated out of his mother’s abdomen due to gasses building up in her body. Additionally, his umbilical cord was torn, not cut or clamped and he had no injuries of any kind. He was not even bruised. Further, Laci’s cervix was closed indicating she had not given birth recently. The ME also explained that there was 28 cm worth of tape around Conner’s torso, head, and shoulders. It is not a nice neat bow but rather a tangled length of tape or twine. To me it actually looks like the remains of a plastic shopping bag.
The defense has always argued that this twine was wrapped around his body on purpose by someone, although they cannot explain the function of the twine. Picture here- http://pwc-sii.com/Research/connetwine.htm. (PS this is from a website called Scott is Innocent just fair warning). They also cannot explain how Conner died as he was not even bruised. On cross examination the ME admitted that it was “possible” Conner was born alive. He also admitted it was possible he had lived longer than his mother. He could not conclusively rule out those things even though they were improbable. The defense saw this as a win and brought in their own expert to testify.
Dr. March, the defense expert is not a medical examiner or a forensic pathologist; he is fertility doctor who helps couples get pregnant. Using the same methods as the ME, which involves using ultrasound pictures and measuring the baby’s femur, Dr. March determined that Conner was 33 weeks gestation, BUT he also decided that when Laci went missing, she was only 32 weeks pregnant meaning she had survived a whole week after her disappearance. How did Dr. March know this? Dr. March pushed Laci’s conception date forward six days because “women always talk about these things.” Dr. March heard that Laci attended a baby shower for a friend on June 8th and did not tell her friends that she was pregnant. Because of this he surmised that Laci must have learned about her pregnancy on June 9th meaning her conception date was the last week of May. This was the evidence used to prove Conner was alive until the end of December.
Not surprisingly March was destroyed on cross examination. He admitted he did not know about decomposition or autopsies and was not an expert in those fields. He also admitted he really had no way to know when Laci got pregnant and he was just guessing from her behavior when she got pregnant. At one point he even said during cross “Cut me some slack!” when they were grilling him. By the end of his examination he was saying “I’m sorry” and “I really don’t know” To most questions. He was not a good witness and his blunders were some of the biggest in the trial.
Concrete
The defense always held that the missing concrete in Scott’s warehouse was used to repair the driveway and not used to make anchors for Laci’s body. The prosecution brought a petrographer to the stand who testified that the cement was not the same in the driveway as it was in the anchors- they had different chemical compositions. The defense also brought an expert to the stand who testified that the concrete samples weren’t the same…but they were very similar to one another. Gebler the defense expert testified that the driveway sample could have been different because it picked up debris already on the driveway.
Boat evidence
The final evidence that is brought up by the defense was an experiment conducted by Geragos’ investigators. They bought a boat similar to Scott’s and filmed someone trying to throw a 100 lbs. object off the boat. The experiment was meant to show that the boat was too small and throwing a person off the side would capsize a boat. At trial an expert fisherman testified that in order to throw a body off a boat that size you had to do it from the back of the boat, not the side. Nevertheless, Geragos wanted his video to be admitted at trial, but it was not.
The critical thing to note here is that this video was never meant to be admitted into evidence, it was a media stunt. Geragos sent this video to the media and then placed a similar boat two blocks from the court house and invited people to see how small it was. According to a book written by the jury after the trial, Geragos did this stunt to try to distract, confuse, or accidentally bias the jury in hopes of getting a mistrial. It did not work and the trial went on. The boat also backfired on Geragos as it became a shrine to Laci and baby Conner. Here’s the defense’s video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x03H94jjDGQ.
Amber was the aggressor
One thing that Scott’s apologists will often bring up is the fact that Scott wasn't really in love with Frey and that Amber was the “aggressor” in that relationship. Some people, like Matt Dalton have said things like “Scott wouldn’t leave Laci for Amber. Laci was way more attractive!” (yes, he really made that claim). They try to show that Amber aggressively pursued Scott even when he was trying to distance himself from her. They believe that Scott’s lies to Amber such as “I will be in Maine for Christmas” were his attempts to ditch her. They also make a fuss because on Dec. 26th Amber called Scott several times on the same day which proves that she was obsessed with him. Whether or not this is the case it doesn't really matter because Scott is a grown man who could have broken it off with Amber or even ghosted her at any point but he didn't. He chose to call Amber after Laci was missing, he continued to speak to Amber, and he continued seeing Amber in person. Further, he kept lying to her hoping she would not find out about his missing pregnant wife.
Whether Amber was Scott’s soul mate, a one-night stand, or a girl he took out to lunch a few times an affair is an affair. Scott did not have to be completely and utterly in love was Amber in order for that to be a motive for him to kill his wife. In my completely amateur opinion, Scott wasn't in love with Amber at all. Scott was in love with being a player who could do whatever he wanted and wife and child was getting in the way of that lifestyle.
Scott’s history of non-violence
One interesting thing that the defense uncovered was Scott’s history of non-violence. Going through school records the defense was able to show that Scott had absolutely no history of violence. Not even a school yard fist fight. Most spouse killers have a history of domestic violence, but Scott did not. In fact, most people remember Scott as being passive in his marriage, not angry or violent.
Scott would not plead down
In “Presumed Guilty” Dalton explains that he questioned Scott extensively and asked him if something happened, such as an accident or a domestic violence situation that lead to Laci’s death. Dalton thought that if this was the case Scott could plead to a lesser charge. Scott was adamant this was not the case and insisted he had nothing to do with Laci’s demise. Scott insisted on pleading not guilty.
Brocchini’s bad testimony
One thing that aided the defense in the trial was the testimony of Al Brocchini. Brocchini made several mistakes on the stand and the defense showed that four specific parts of Brocchini’s testimony were lies. Brocchini lied about one witness who he said he contacted. He also lied (or was confused) about the times certain tips came in to the tip line. Finally, he chose not to include one witnesses (Ms. O’Donnell) statement in his reports. This damaged Brocchini’s testimony and was a win for the defense. When asked about this the jury said that this was not a good look for the state, but it wasn’t Brocchini’s testimony that convinced them that Scott was guilty, it was detective Grogan’s. And of course, Scott’s own behavior and movements that day.
Five women who were pregnant went missing
Another piece of evidence spread around by Scott apologists is the fact that five pregnant women, seven if you include Evelyn and Laci, went missing in the time around Laci’s disappearance. Additionally, it was touted that these women all went missing from Northern California and area where 15 million people reside. Five women would be an interesting coincidence if they went missing from Modesto, or even the same county, but this is not the case.
Pregnant woman heckled
In one documentary on the case a pregnant woman in Modesto claimed that on Christmas eve, 2002 when she was heavily pregnant, she was opening her shop at about 11:00 am when she was “heckled” by two men. The incident made her uncomfortable enough that she got a male co-worker who told the men to get lost. While this is an interesting piece of information it doesn’t prove anything.
Not enough time to commit the murders
Some of Scott’s supporters will tell you that Scott had no time to commit these murders because his whereabouts were known for all of the day on Christmas eve. First, this assumes Laci was killed during Scott’s timeline which obviously wasn’t going account for this. Second, it does not explore the possibility that Scott killed his wife before 8:30am on the 24th when Scott said he got up for the day.
Incompetent legal counsel
There are also some people who are concerned that Mark Geragos was incompetent as Scott’s attorney. Mark Geragos has represented Michael Jackson, Winona Ryder, Jussie Smolet, Robert Clinton, Chris Brown and many other prominent clients. In general, he argues down and makes sure his clients never land in jail but rather get counseling, probation, and community service. Geragos may be cocky, but he is far from incompetent.
Tried in the court of public opinion
You cannot talk about this case without mentioning that Scott Peterson was tried in the court of public opinion. There is no denying this and an unbiased jury was hard to compile. But if history has shown us anything it is that good attorneys can keep hated clients (OJ Simpson, Casey Anthony) out of jail. Scott’s representation was the best of the best and he was still convicted.
The jury and the rush to judgment angle
The jury actually thought about this in deliberations pretty extensively. This idea of rush to judgement was woven through the opening statement as well as Geragos’ performance in the early weeks of the trial. In those first few weeks most jurors agreed that acquittal was on the horizon. Not only did the Modesto police seem to have tunnel vision, they made some extensive mistakes, and Geragos presented information in a much more interesting and compelling way. He made big promises to show Scott as “stone cold innocent” and vowed to bring witnesses who would break the case wide open. But after months of testimony and no compelling witnesses the jury had to convict because it wasn’t about who was more entertaining to watch. It was about the fact that 1) Scott was fishing in the vicinity of Laci’s body. 2) Scott washed himself and his clothes before even calling his missing wife. 3) Scott was the last person to see Laci alive. 4) And that Scott had a means, motive, and opportunity like no one else did. Although the jury were rubbed the wrong way by Scott’s demeanor, Scott was not convicted because the jury simply thought he seemed like he was lying or had bad character.
Random Info
Who’s is supporting Scott?
Scott’s supporters are mainly women most notably his sister Susan Caudillo, and his sister in law Janey Peterson. They run several websites and blogs about the case and call themselves the SPA (Scott Peterson Appeal) team. Their websites are linked below. They have explanations for everything Scott did in this case and spew their beliefs all over the internet.
The SPA team has pushed forward other suspects besides the ones discussed at trial. Laci’s family are some of their favorite suspects. Ron Grantski, Brent Rocha, Dennis Rocha, Amber Frey, and Amy Rocha have all been mentioned as possible suspects. For example, the SPA team throws suspicion on Dennis Rocha as Dennis had “deep-seated hatred” towards Scott. How do they know this? During his victim impact statement at the end of the trial Dennis said to Scott “You always thought you were better than us.” Apparently, this shows that Dennis had the motive to kill Laci or something. I don’t know their explanations are bizarre.
Why is Scott getting an appeal and maybe a new trial?
Scott is getting an appeal and maybe a new trial for two reasons. First, Scott gets a series of appeals because he was sentenced to death. It is routine for death row inmates to get a variety of appeals before their execution. The reason that Scott is possibly getting a new trial is because of issues with the jury in the first trial. As discussed above the case was incredibly hard to get a jury for and the appeals attorney is asking for a new trial due to juror misconduct, unreliable sniffer dog evidence, and issues with dismissed jurors. Scott is NOT getting a new trial due to new evidence, poor legal representation, or corruption within the police department or DAs office.
Misconceptions
There are two major misconceptions I have seen mentioned online and I wanted to correct them here before the end of this piece. The first misconception that was spread by the media was that the Petersons’ house smelled like bleach when patrol officers first arrived. This was not true; patrol officers never reported this. The second misconception is that Diane Jackson saw the Medina home being robbed on the 24th. This is not true. Diane saw three men by a van who she thought were landscapers. She only reported this information when she learned of Laci’s disappearance later that day. Diane Jackson never saw the men robbing the house or carrying a safe to the van.
Sources:
These books are a good place to start:
Deadly game by Catherine Crier
Presumed guilty by Matt Dalton
We the Jury by the members of the jury
Blood Brother by Anne Bird
For Laci by Sharon Rocha
The Murder of Laci Peterson by Pete Dove
Because most books are anti-Scott, I also read all information on these pro Scott websites in order to be thorough.
https://www.scottpetersonappeal.org/
https://pwc-sii.com/
An interesting Psychology today article- https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/blind-injustice/201801/is-scott-peterson-innocent-part-one
If you want some laughs check out the Scott is Innocent Facebook page. There are a lot of people who think that Laci was abducted for a ritual purpose and that it has something to do with something called Pizza gate and Hollywood elites who cruise around northern CA abducting Hispanic looking women and cutting out their babies. (No, I am not kidding.)
If you want some thought provoking information about the Peterson family read this reddit post- https://www.reddit.com/ScottPetersonCase/comments/9eu7zi/peterson_family_lies/
Conclusion
After researching, reading, and exploring this case I think it is safe to say that Scott Peterson is guilty of his wife’s murder and that the doubt in this is case is not reasonable doubt at all. With that being said I do not think the media allowed for Scott to get an unbiased jury and I do think the hate spewed towards Scott’s family by the public was cruel and inappropriate, like the one bystander outside the court house who yelled at Jackie “I hope they fry your son!” However, I think if Scott gets a new trial, which he deserves, the outcome will likely be the same. What do you think, is there really doubt in the Laci Peterson case?
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2020.08.20 18:13 Rainmaker825 Full List of Alan's Hookups

I did a full list of Charlie's lovers, and someone asked me to do a full list of Alan's lovers. It's actually quite impressive.
Alan’s Dates/Lovers
Season 1
Episode 13 Desiree Barrington (Charlie tries to set him up with a Soap Opera star, but both Alan and Charlie get the flu)
Episode 16 Hooks up with Frankie (Jenna Elfman)
Season 2
Episode 8 Nancy (a girl he met at the Supermarket)
Episode 10 (Casually Dates Rose)
Episode 13 Camille (Charlie sets him up to make Judith jealous).
Episode 19 Sherri (Charlie’s ex who Alan thinks is too perfect for him)
Episode 22 Trudy (Evelyn set Alan up, she was just out of rehab)
Season 3
Episode 1 Mona (Not an actual date, Evelyn brings her over to meet Alan while he was in a neck brace).
Episode 3 Alan starts dating Judith again. Has sex with her several times.
Episode 9 Dated Norma, then slept with Norma (Cloris Leachmann). Shortly after she passed.
Episode 11 Sandy (Sarah from Charles-in-Charge grew up to be hot). Cooked for Alan/Charlie, then turned out to be a freak in the sack.
Episodes 14-24 Kandi (sleeps with, then starts dating)
Episode 21 Francine (Jake’s teacher. Alan spends time with her, but doesn’t actually date her, and doesn’t sleep with her).
Season 4
Episode 9 Nina (Goes on a double-date with Charlie, tries to weasel out of the check, then gets cock blocked by Geraldo Rivera).
Episode 10 Has sex with Kandi while talking about selling the condo.
Episode 12 Naomi, Berta’s daughter (Sarah Rue)
Episode 14 Danielle Stewart (Briefly dates Brooke Shields’ character, who later wants to have a devil’s threeway with Charlie and Alan).
Episode 15 Beverly (Allison Janney who ties him to his bed).
Episode 20 Shannon (Herb’s ex-fiance before Judith). He makes out with her, but doesn’t actually sleep with her, even though Herb’s ex gives the illusion they’re having sex in the coatroom.
Episode 24 Amber the prostitute (bought by Teddy, Evelyn’s boyfriend).
Season 5
Episode 2 Sharon (Janine Garafalo) who is manic about dating Alan, and in general.
Episode 3 & 11 Donna (Alan starts dating her, and then he sets Charlie up with Donna’s 40 year old friend Judge Linda Harris).
Episode 10 Gabrielle (Alan has sex with a French girl that was passed down from Charlie in a power play. Turns out the sex was awful).
Episode 13 Cynthia Sullivan (Sleeps with her a few times, but then Alan becomes neurotic when he finds out Herb is a better lover). Other than Kandi, she’s probably the hottest woman Alan slept with.
Episode 14 Alexis (Hooker Charlie hooks up Alan with. He doesn’t have sex with her, but he does get to second-base with her, she then refunds his money after he acts...well… like Alan).
Season 6
Episode 3 Stephanie & Unnamed (Starts dating two women, but ends up screwing up both relationships. He dumps Unnamed for Stephanie, but then finds out Stephanie is married then tazes him).
Episode 6 & 7 Alan hooks up with Judith… again, while Judith and Herb are having marital problems.
Episode 9: Diane (Not an actual date, or sex, but Charlie asks Alan to take his car in for service, he takes it in and convinces a woman it’s his, then takes her to Mom’s place where she convinces him to try on a piece of lingerie, then she steals from him).
Episode 12: Hooks up with Melissa (his receptionist).
Episode 14: Hooks up with Melissa’s Mom (Carol Kane) after she gives him Banana Bread laced with pot.
Episode 21: Chelsea hooks up Alan with Rose, as Chelsea has no idea that Rose a crazy stalker. He then sleeps with Rose.
Episode 24: Alan hooks up with Melissa… again.
Season 7
Episode 1-4 Melissa
Episode 7 Betsy: Has suspected threeway with Charlie and Betsy (Katie Mixon), although they can’t remember when it happened that night.
Episode 9 Multiple internet dates. Puts spray on hair to cover his bald spot.
Episode 12 Has a bad date with Perky Dodger Fan, then has a bromance with Herb.
Episode 14 Louanne. He went on a date with this woman he had no chemistry with, and was striking out with, and another man hitting on her was the catalyst towards Chelsea meeting Alan’s rich, handsome lawyer, that broke up Charlie’s engagement.
Episode 18 Ms. Honeycutt: One of his patients that Alan is able to orgasm. She pays him in cash for chiropractic adjustments that make her orgasm.
Episode 19-22 Lyndsey
Season 8
Episode 1 Lyndsey
Episode 2: Still with Lyndsey, but cheats on Lyndsey with Melissa after he sees her in a Liquor Store.
Episode 3 Still two-time with Lyndsey and Melissa. Later breaks up with Melissa
Episode 4: Still with Lyndsey, but she breaks up with him after she sees her ex husband (Judd Nelson) at the house and patches things up.
Episode 5: Hooks up with Gretchen (Erinn Hayes) who he met at a bar after he pretends to be Charlie. It turns out she has a Nazi fetish which was “not a deal breaker.”
Episode 9-13: Gets back together with Lyndsey after things don’t work out with her ex.
Season 9
Episode 5: Gets back together with Lyndsey, then she breaks up with him after he opens up honestly about his past.
Episode 6: Kiki (A “bisexual” who is the girlfriend of Danny, a same-sex couple that Alan and Walden pick up). Danny looks like a butch version of Walden’s wife Bridgette.
Episode 8: Melanie Laughlin (After Alan’s nervous breakdown, he takes on the personality and confidence, he meets a really hot girl and hooks up with her).
Episode 13: Walden’s Mom (Mimi Rogers) gave Alan a handy after Walden strategically placed him on the board as a deciding vote per corporate bylaws. In order to convince Alan to vote in her and Bridgette’s favor, she buys Alan a Porsche, and gives him a handjob. He still sides Walden.
Episode 14-24: Lyndsey, again after she realized dating a younger man is exhausting
Season 10
Episode 1-21: Lyndsey
Episode 3: Walden: Yes, you read that right, Lyndsey and Alan have an [almost] threesome with Walden. Although it wasn’t completed.
Episode 9: Kandi makes an appearance. Alan didn’t hook up with her, but he saw her boobs, and that would be a win in my book.
Episode 21: Alan hooks up with Allie, the soon-to-be ex wife of Lyndsey’s new boyfriend Nick
Episode 22: Hooks up with Meghan that he meets at a bar. She’s a young woman with a really old husband who’s basically on his last legs.
Season 11
Episode 2: Hooks up with Lyndsey after she started dating Larry.
Episode 4-5: Hooked up Stephanie after Lyndsey convinced him to.
Episode 7: Goes on a date with Laurie, a Little Mermaid character from Disneyland. Lyndsey gets drunk and cock blocks him
Episode 9 Starts dating and hooks up with a transgender woman named Paula
Episode 10 Still dating Paula, but goes on a date with Rachel, Paula’s friend
Episode 12 Alan hooks up with Jeff Probst's Grandma at a swingers party
Episode 14 Lyndsey
Episode 15 Judith
Episode 16-21 Gretchen (Larry’s hot sister, basically the hot female version of Alan)
Season 12
Episode 1 Stacy Was set up with her but didn’t actually go on a date with her but then Walden had his coronary episode which sets up the season…
Episode 2 Marries Walden so that they can adopt a kid
Episode 10 Miss McMartin. (How does he do it?)
Episode 12-13 Lyndsey
Episode 14 And Alan finally proposes to Lyndsey, and Walden ends up with Miss McMartin…
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2020.08.20 17:47 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of letters ‘W-Z’ in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of letters ‘W-Z’ under Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cpis3n/a_brief_rundown_of_the_first_ten_pages_of_jeffrey/).
I also wrote about letters D-F on July 5, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hlrba8/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_df_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters G-I on July 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hqko0y/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_gi_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters J-L on July 15, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hrq9bg/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_jl_of_jeffrey/).
I posted letter M on July 20, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/huw0yt/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_m_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters N-Q on July 27, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hyudbz/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letters_nq_in_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I posted letter R on July 29, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i0aqxd/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_r_in_jeffrey/)
I posted letter S on August 7, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i5orop/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_s_in_jeffrey/)
I posted letters T-V on August 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i9dxwk/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_tv_in_jeffrey/)
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Jeffrey-Epsteins-Little-Black-Book-unredacted.pdf
W
Wachtmeister, Eric: Swedish Internet entrepreneur. He was the founder of the now defunct social media website, A Small World. The Weinstein Company, Robert Pittman, and Alexander von Furstenberg were all heavy investors and are all listed in Epstein’s black book (check out previous threads for further information). Early in his career, Wachtmeister was an investment banker who worked for Rothschild & Co. and Lehman Brothers. His father was Count Wilhelm Wachtmeister, a Swedish diplomat, ambassador to the United States, and close friend of George H.W. Bush.
Wagner, David: Not enough info.
Wainwright, Rupert: British movie director and producer.
Waksal, Sam: Pharmaceutical entrepreneur and CEO. Despite the nerdy sounding job description, Waksal hobnobs with celebrities. He dated Martha Stewart’s daughter, is a friend of Ronald Perelman’s ex-wife, and counts Mick Jagger among his friends (https://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/24/business/for-imclone-drug-entrepreneur-a-past-of-celebrity-and-notoriety.html). In 2002 and 2003, Waksal pleaded guilty to securities fraud, bank fraud, obstruction of justice, perjury, conspiracy, and wire fraud. He was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2003. He was released in 2009.
Wallace, Mike: Television journalist best known for his role as lead correspondent on the news program 60 Minutes. Longtime 60 Minutes executive producer Jeff Fager, was forced to step down from his position after Ronan Farrow’s article in The New Yorker that mentioned Fager’s sexual misconduct (https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/as-leslie-moonves-negotiates-his-exit-from-cbs-women-raise-new-assault-and-harassment-claims) towards Sarah Johansen, an intern at the time (now a producer) who said that the atmosphere of 60 Minutes was like that of a “boy’s club.” Epstein hosted a reception for Wallace at his NYC mansion back in 1997 (https://www.thedailybeast.com/jeffrey-epstein-had-his-own-lodge-at-interlochens-prestigious-arts-camp-for-kids-in-michigan). Wallace can be seen in this photo (date uncertain, but must have been 1991 or earlier) with Robert Maxwell (Ghislaine’s father) and Donald Trump (https://twitter.com/rudyhavenstein/status/1162119147746029568).
Walters, Barbara: Famous television personality/broadcast journalist known for 20/20, The View, and berating Corey Feldman for trying to “damage an entire industry” when he came out against pedophilia in Hollywood (https://pagesix.com/2017/10/18/barbara-walters-faces-backlash-after-corey-feldman-clip-resurfaces/). Walters goes way back with Ghislaine and her family, as she swam around the same social circles as Ghislaine’s father, Robert Maxwell (https://www.newyorksocialdiary.com/this-was-then-malcolm-forbes-70th-birthday-part-i/). Here is a picture from Steve Forbes’s 70th birthday party (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/robert-maxwell-barbara-walters-and-merv-adelson-news-photo/81525793) that shows Barbara walking just behind Robert Maxwell. Barbara is pictured here (https://pagesix.com/2020/07/02/pre-arrest-ghislaine-maxwell-with-her-famous-friends/#7) with Ghislaine and some others (7th picture down). We can only wish her the most agonizing of deaths.
Ward, Kevin: A 34-year veteran of the NYPD who was eventually promoted to Borough Commander. Currently the Vice President of Security and Operations for Bryant Park Corporation. Received a Master’s Degree from Harvard, which is extremely rare for a law enforcement official. It’s odd that Epstein would have three different telephone numbers for such a decorated member of law enforcement. Interesting.
Warner, Ozzie: No info found.
Warnford-Davis, Ms Mandy: The former sister-in-law of Ghislaine’s brother, Kevin. Kevin and his wife, Pandora, divorced after more than 20 years of marriage. Mandy is Pandora’s sister. She works as a lawyer in London.
Wasserman, Casey & Laura: Casey is an entertainment and sports agent executive. Grandson of Hollywood mogul and mafia-linked Lee Wasserman. Laura Zifren is Casey’s wife. She is a movie music supervisor. Casey and Laura both appear on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” flight log (https://archive.org/stream/EpsteinFlightLogsLolitaExpress/Jeffrey-Epstein-Flight-Logs-in-PDF-format_djvu.txt) during the infamous Africa trip which featured the likes of Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey, and Chris Tucker. Casey donates a lot of time and money to the Clinton Foundation and considers Bill Clinton to be a close friend and his philanthropic “mentor” (https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bill-clinton-casey-wasserman-reveal-590405). The Wassermans have donated between $10 and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation (https://www.clintonfoundation.org/contributors?category=%2410%2C000%2C001+to+%2425%2C000%2C000). The Wassermans have set up a charity called The Wasserman Foundation through which they donate money to a number of different causes, including several children’s groups (http://www.wassermanfoundation.org/giving/).
Wassong, David: Managing Director for Soros (yes, that Soros) Fund Management who has worked for Soros for over 20 years (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-01/soros-spins-out-private-equity-team-pledging-up-to-2-billion). Here’s a lovely picture (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/david-wassong-managing-director-of-soros-fund-management-news-photo/129267700?adppopup=true) of Wassong with Ghislaine Maxwell from 2011. There’s nothing weird about it except for Ghislaine’s eye-catching earrings, which bare a striking resemblance to pedophile symbolism (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3560069/The-symbols-pedophiles-use-signal-sordid-sexual-preferences-social-media.html). David’s father, Dan, was a chronic sexual harasser of his secretaries (https://www.nytimes.com/1995/08/05/nyregion/a-sexual-harasser-his-friends-don-t-recognize-the-description.html). Perhaps sexual deviancy runs in the family.
Wastnage, Lucy: Wife of David Tang. Already listed earlier under ‘Tang, Mr David and Lucy Wastnag.’ Copy and pasted from my ‘T-V’ thread… David was a Hong Kong businessman who founded the Shanghai Tang fashion chain and several restaurants that attract the elite. Tang was a philanthropist who was involved in several charities, including Youth Outreach (YO), a charitable organization started in Hong Kong by Reverend Peter Newberry. This charity’s goal was to help at-risk youths (http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/hkedition/2017-09/15/content_32018378.htm). Tang was considered one of the most well-connected people in London. He and his wife, Lucy, counted Prince Andrew, Naomi Campbell, Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York (Prince Andrew’s ex-wife), Kevin Spacey, the Duke of Marlborough, and Mick Jagger among their friends (https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/lucy-tang-on-top-the-highs-and-lows-of-a-party-girl-6540808.html). Tang vehemently defended Prince Andrew in 2011 when his relationship with Epstein was made public (https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/theyve-been-tang-oed-sir-david-tang-sets-the-record-straight-6383974.html). Two years later, Ghislaine celebrated her 51st birthday at China Tang, David’s restaurant at the Dorchester Hotel. Despite the backlash Prince Andrew received for counting Epstein among his friends, he attended Ghislaine’s birthday, along with former Labour minister Shaun Woodward and wife Camilla, the Earl and Countess of Derby, Dorrit Moussaieff, the diamond heiress/wife of the president of Iceland, Tamara Beckwith, and John Eliasch, multi-millionaire boss of sports firm Head. Every single one of those people appear in Epstein’s contacts. Epstein had 16 phone numbers, two email addresses, and three street addresses listed under David and Lucy’s names. David Tang died in 2017.
Waterman, Felicity: Model and actress who was a client of Elite Modeling Agency, along with Epstein/Maxwell pals Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum and many other famous models.
Watson, Victoria: Secretary at De Cadenet Motor Racing Limited (https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/officers/9iGn2N_d0fDUZjAwXR1KFgM4qLU/appointments), a company owned by former race car driver Alain de Cadenet, who was listed earlier in Epstein’s black book.
Webb, Veronica: Supermodel. Former Victoria’s Secret (Les Wexner) model.
Weidenfeld, Lord: Founder of Weidenfeld and Nicolson publishing company. Weidenfeld (1919-2016) was a tremendous supporter of Israel and Oxford University. Weidenfeld was close friends with the Rothschilds. For more info on Weidenfeld’s deep-rooted connection with the Rothschilds and Israel, check out this wonderful Youtube video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=368&v=N-0ZTc42PnU&feature=emb_logo). It’s very well-researched and connects all the dots. Other high-ranking friends of Weidenfeld included German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former U.S. Secretary of State (and should-be war criminal) Henry Kissinger.
Weinberg, Jason: Top Hollywood talent manager who represents some of the biggest names in movies and television. Weinberg held his 50th birthday at a restaurant in Easthampton, NY (https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/rambling-reporteharvey-weinstein-katie-holmes-more-flock-east-hamptons-palm-restaurant-jason-weinb). Attendees included Harvey Weinstein and actress Uma Thurman, the ex-fiance of ARK Academy founder and possible pedophile and child trafficker, Arpad Busson. Weinberg has been pictured with Peggy Siegal, the publicist who helped Epstein get into elite parties after he was convicted of procuring an underage girl for prostitution. They likely know each other because they were both trained by legendary Hollywood publicist Bobby Zarem.
Weinstein, Bob: Bob is Harvey Weinstein’s brother and a top movie producer and Hollywood executive. Bob has denied any knowledge of his brother’s seemingly endless sexual harassment charges and has publicly rebuked Harvey. Bob has been accused of harassment by Amanda Segel, a female showrunner (https://variety.com/2017/tv/news/bob-weinstein-sexual-harassment-1202592165/).
Weintraub, Harriet: Founder of public relations firm HWPR (http://hwpr.com/about-us/). Was once in business with Epstein enabler Peggy Siegal (http://orbmagazine.com/the-orbitepeggy-siegal-is-no-longer-the-owner-of-the-peggy-siegal-company/).
Westheimer, Ruth Dr: Better known as Dr. Ruth, the popular sex therapist and TV personality.
Weymouth, Mrs Lally: Senior associate editor of The Washington Post. Eldest child of Katherine Graham, the publisher who ran her family’s newspaper, The Washington Post, from 1963-1991. Lally is best known for throwing huge bipartisan parties at her house in the Hamptons. This article (https://nypost.com/2017/07/10/why-ordinary-americans-hold-politicians-and-media-in-contempt-all-in-one-hamptons-party/) does a great job of detailing who goes to these parties (ex: Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner partying with George Soros, Soros partying with David Koch, etc) and the fact that behind closed doors, the same people who publicly insult each other from both sides of the aisle, are actually friends and just laughing at us for believing their theatrics. AGAIN, THE WHOLE IDEA OF PARTISANSHIP IS COMPLETE BULLSHIT. STOP ALIGNING WITH ONE SIDE. IT’S US VS. THEM. THAT’S IT.
White, Somers: Former model and advertising executive. Married to Jonathan Farkas, heir to the Alexander’s department stores fortune. Named to the Commission on Presidential Scholars by Donald Trump in 2019. Pictured here (https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/amy-fine-collins-suzanne-johnson-ghislaine-maxwell-somers-news-photo/1169681593?adppopup=true) with Ghislaine Maxwell.
White, Victoria: Former wife of Lord Gordon White, Texas businessman Tom O’Gara, and famed Hollywood producer Robert Evans.
White, Michael: Likely the theatemovie producer or the British journalist who was the associate editor of The Guardian until 2016 and a regular commentator on BBC. Could be either one.
White O’Gara, Victoria: See Victoria White above.
Whitworth, Alan & Wendy: Wendy Whitworth is a managing editor with ties to Ghislaine and her family. She was managing editor of Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in An Age of Genocide, an assortment of Holocaust-centered articles, which was released in 2001. Ghislaine Maxwell’s mother, Elisabeth, was the editor-in-chief of the publication. Ghislaine and her sisters, Isabel and Christine, are listed as financial sponsors and committee coordinator (https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-1-349-66019-3%2F1.pdf). The honorary president of the publication is Elie Wiesel, the famous authoHolocaust survivor who also appears in Epstein’s book and was also accused of sexual harassment. I believe her husband Alan is an economic adviser, but I’m not entirely sure.
Wiatt, Jim: Former CEO at William Morris, a major talent agency.
Wienberg, Anouska & Mark: Anouska is a hotelier and interior designer. Her husband, Mark, is a financier who co-founded J. Rothschild Assurance, which later became St. James’s Place Wealth Management, along with Jacob Rothschild (https://www.gettyimages.com/photos/lord-weinberg?mediatype=photography&phrase=lord%20weinberg&sort=best). Mark was the honorary treasurer of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and still had a role as one of the Vice Presidents as of 2012 (https://www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/annual-reports/nspcc-annual-report-2012.pdf), making this the 12 billionth connection between known pedophile and child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and the NSPCC.
Wiesel Dr Eli and Marion: Wiesel was a famous author, Holocaust survivor, and Nobel Peace Prize winner, but he also supposedly sexually harassed a teenager at a charity event (https://www.newsweek.com/elie-wiesel-me-too-account-690891). Wiesel had longstanding ties to the Maxwell family due to their mutual interest in writing about the Holocaust (https://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/09/business/media/elisabeth-maxwell-widow-who-reinvented-herself-as-holocaust-expert-dies-at-92.html), (https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-1-349-66019-3%2F1.pdf). Marion is also a Holocaust survivor and was Elie’s wife.
Wigram Lionel and Lydia: Lionel is a producer who has worked on the Harry Potter films and several Guy Ritchie movies. Lydie is his wife.
Wigram, Lionel: See above.
Williams Alexandra & Nick: Alexandra is the daughter of Michael Heseltine, who was previously listed in Epstein’s ‘black book.’ Michael Heseltine is a British businessman and politician who served in various roles in government for British PMs Margaret Thatcher and John Major. Heseltine was a friend of Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine’s father. Heseltine invested in Conservative Parliament member Harvey Proctor’s business after Proctor was forced to resign after it was revealed he had sexual relationships with and took nude pictures of male prostitutes aged 17-21 at his home (source: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/members-interests-top-tories-lose-on-proctors-shop-the-retailer-1445666.html). At the time, it was illegal to have same-sex relations with prostiutes under the age of 21. Her siblings, Annabel and Rupert, were listed in Epstein’s book as well. Check out the G-I thread for more info on them. Nick is her husband and the owner of Holloway’s auctioneers.
Williams-Ellis, David & Serena: David is a world-renowned British sculptor. His ex-wife, Serena, is an interior designer.
Willis, Rebecca: Not sure. Could be a climate change/environmental researcher in the UK.
Wilmot-Sitwell, Alex & Fi: Alex is a banker who was CEO of UBS Investment Bank and headed Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s businesses across Europe until 2018. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, incidentally, was the “largest corporate sponsor” for the super shady ARK Academy (https://arkacademy.org/node/51721) under Wilmot-Sitwell. ARK Academy, founded by Arpad Busson (listed in Epstein’s book - read more on him here: https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cl34ju/arpad_busson_billionaire_businessman_or_possible/), could very well be a system of schools used for child abuse and child trafficking. Caroline Fiona Marr is Alex’s ex-wife.
Wilson, Carter: Barely any info found. Her name is Carter Wilson Hailey. This was her mother (https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/harrisonburg-va/margaret-wilson-6505891). Despite the family names/history, I couldn’t find anything on who Carter Wilson actually is.
Windisch Grazot, Manfred: The Windisch-Graetz family comes from a high nobility bloodline. Manfred, considered a prince, takes care of the management and finances of Elitaliana, the oldest Italian helicopter company (https://www.arbiter.it/articolo/il-guardaroba-di-manfred-windisch-graetz/). Member of the Order of Malta (https://www.smomembassytoslovenia.org/heliambulance-blessed-by-the-holy-fathe).
Windsor-Taylor, Tim & Helen: Helen is a member of the Royal Family. Her father is Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, who is the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II. Helen is a patron of CLIC Sargent, a children’s cancer charity (https://web.archive.org/web/20110723085754/http://www.clicsargent.org.uk/Aboutus/Mediacentre/Latestnews/Midsummerpartyraises400000). Her husband, Tim, is an art dealer.
Winn, Steve: Wynn is a billionaire Las Vegas hotel tycoon. Prince Harry was a guest of Wynn’s at his Encore resort. Served as the finance chair of the Republican National Committee from 2017-2018, but had to resign from that post and his position as CEO of Wynn Resorts due to dozens of allegations of sexual misconduct (https://www.newsweek.com/steve-wynn-claims-he-cant-punished-sexual-harassment-claims-because-he-no-longer-company-1472164) by his employees. Wynn and his wife (listed earlier in Epstein’s black book under ‘Hissom, Andrea’) are close friends of Donald and Melania Trump (source: https://www.pressreader.com/uk/scottish-daily-mail/20120901/281904475353844).
Winston, Elizabeth: Not sure. Best guess is a Texas-based conservationist.
Wipple, George: Entertainment and society television journalist.
Wolper, Carol: Author and screenwriter who has also written for Vogue magazine, where Epstein has countless connections.
Wong, Andy: Hong Kong financier and socialite. Hosted a Chinese New Year party in 2002 attended by Prince Andrew (https://www.tatler.com/article/lady-victoria-hervey-defends-duke-of-york-and-fled-epstein-apartment) where the theme was ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ (https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/meet-the-wongs-1529160.html). Here’s are some pictures from that party (https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/prince-andrew-hong-kong-fanancier-andy-wong-and-his-wife-news-photo/104171074 ; https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/sir-dai-llewelyn-amd-masked-girl-hong-kong-fanancier-andy-news-photo/104170961 ; https://www.shutterstock.com/editorial/image-editorial/chinese-new-year-party-hosted-by-andy-wong-and-wife-patti-at-the-reform-club-london-britain-26-jan-2002-375881ah). Here is a link with more pictures (https://www.rexfeatures.com/set/375881) from the party. Many Epstein contacts appear in these photos and also regularly attend the Wongs’ annual Chinese New Year parties. Buzz Aldrin (suspected upper echelon freemason) attended the party as well.
Wong, Theodore: Hedge fund manager. Founder of Constellar Capital LLC. Former managing director at Credit Suisse, a Swedish-based investment bank where Epstein had several contacts. Member of the Sunflower Children's Foundation and St. Jude’s Hospital (https://www.bloomberg.com/profile/person/7519446), two charities dedicated to sickly children.
Woodall, Trinny: Former drug addict socialite and friend of the wealthy and elite (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1216159/The-drug-addict-friends-haunt-Trinny-Woodall.html) who is now a British TV presenter and owner of makeup brand TRINNY LONDON.
Woods Emily & Carrie: Cary Woods is a movie producer. His ex-wife, Emily, is the chairman of J. Crew.
Woodward, Alexa: California-based attorney.
Woodward, Shaun & Camilla: Former British Member of Parliament (MP) and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. Shaun is a good friend of Esther Rantzen, an English journalist and television presenter who founded ChildLine, a charity promoting child protection. Incidentally, Rantzen ignored allegations against Jimmy Savile, the notorious pedophile, celebrity, and Royal Family confidant. Rantzen also had an affair with Nicolas Fairbairn, the Scottish politician who was posthumously accused of chronic child abuse and has been linked to Elm Guest House, where politicans (allegedly) had sex with drugged up children (https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/13174992.former-judges-shock-over-qc-paedophile-ring-allegations/). Camilla is Woodward’s ex-wife of 28 years and daughter of former Conservative MP and supermarket heir Tim Sainsbury. Since their divorce, Shaun has entered a relationship with Luke Redgrave, a Hollywood camera operator.
Worcester, Marq & Marc of: Henry Somerset, 12th Duke of Beaufort and his ex-wife, Tracy. Henry is an English peer and landowner. Tracy is a former actress.
Wyatt, Jim: See Jim Wiatt (above).
Wyatt, Steve & Cate: Steve is an oil heir and the former lover of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York (Prince Andrew’s ex-wife). Ferguson has always seen Steve as her true love and even went away on vacation with him while she was still with Prince Andrew (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4512442/Fergie-reunited-former-lover-broke-heart.html). Cate is Steve’s ex-wife.
(No ‘X’ last names)
Y
Yamani, Mai: Anthropologist, scholar, and author who has been a consultant of international banks such as Goldman Sachs, oil companies like Shell and BP, and foreign governments.
Yariv, Zghoul: Israeli venture capitalist.
Yates, Andrew (piggy): Features editor at the Daily Mail. Went to school with Ghislaine Maxwell, but said that he hadn’t seen her in over a decade when he found out his name was in Epstein’s contacts.
Young Toby: A British social commentator and former director of the New Schools Network, a charity which helps set up free schools in England. He is also an associate editor at Quillette, an online science magazine. In 2011, Young wrote an article defending Prince Andrew and others who are friends with the likes of Epstein, saying that they are not responsible for their friends actions (https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/status-anxiety-like-prince-andrew-i-stand-by-my-dodgy-mates-). He was suspended from Groucho, a private members club in London, when he admitted to selling and using cocaine there (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1361435/White-powder-scare-at-the-Groucho.html). This flickr page reveals the connection between Toby Young’s New Schools Network and possible pedophile/child trafficker Arpad Busson’s ARK Academy schools (https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/49407330397).
Younger, Tracy & Lee, Greg: No info found.
Yugoslavia Dimitri: Prince Dimitri is a gemologist and member of the Royal House of Yugoslavia. Pictured here (https://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/tradition/a30222833/christina-oxenberg-instagram-patreon-memoi) with Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew’s cousin, Christina Oxenberg. Brother of Michael and Serge (below).
Yugoslavia, Prince Michel of: An investment executive and former real estate broker. He is also a member of the Knights of Malta. Brother of Dimitri (above) and Serge (below)
Yugoslavia, Serge de: Prince Serge of Yugoslavia. Recently became a father at the age of 54 (http://royalmusingsblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2018/03/a-son-for-prince-serge-of-yugoslavia.html). Brother of Dimitri and Michael (above).
Z
Zacks Gordon: American businessman who was a financial and Middle Eastern policy adviser to George H.W. Bush during his presidency.
Zales, Alexi: No info found.
Zangrillo Paige & Bob: Robert Zangrillo is a venture capitalist and real estate developer. He has come under fire for a college admissions scandal in which he paid $250,000 so that his daughter could get into USC. Routinely throws parties that attract the likes of the Kardashians, Snoop Dogg, the Hadid family, and other celebrities/wealthy people (https://www.dirt.com/moguls/real-estate/bob-zangrillo-house-los-angeles-1203330956/).
Zawauri, Waleed: Zawawi is on the board of HSBC Bank of Oman. Listed in the Paradise Papers (https://offshoreleaks.icij.org/nodes/80029327) - not to be confused with the Panama Papers - as someone with offshore accounts.
Zecher Bibi and Adrian: Adrian is a hotelier who founded Aman Resorts. Bebe is his wife.
Zeff Mark: Interior designer who helped renovate Epstein’s New York mansion.
Zelier, John: Founding and Managing Member of Hudson Housing Capital, a housing tax credit syndicator. Former Managing Director of Lehman Brothers.
Zevi, Dino & Rosi: Dino is an art dealer.
Zilkha, Bettina: Arts, entertainment, and fashion journalist for Forbes magazine. Photographed with Ghislaine Maxwell here (https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/ghislaine-maxwell-and-bettina-zilkha-attend-holly-petersons-news-photo/1169681633) and here (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/bettina-zilkha-suzanne-ircha-and-ghislaine-maxwell-attend-news-photo/660049824) and here (https://www.gettyimages.ie/detail/news-photo/bettina-zilkha-and-ghislaine-maxwell-attend-private-news-photo/590659890)... well, you get the point. She is a fixture in New York’s high society social scene as she is also an heiress to her father’s financing fortune.
Zipp, Brian: Investment banker. Zipp is a former Senior Economist with the U.S. Treasury Department. Later became a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers.
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2020.07.06 17:54 sonofabutch The All-I Team!

Recently I put together an All-Q Team -- the 25 best of the 51 players in MLB history who have last names starting with Q. (And that followed my post as to which last name has the most players (M, 2,040) and which has the least (X, 0). Q has the second-fewest, with 51.)
The Q team's performance would be... shall we say... Questionable. Basically it's starting pitchers Jack Quinn and Jose Quintana, relievers Dan Quisenberry and Paul Quantrill, and one hitter -- slugger Carlos Quentin. Everyone else had career bWAR in the single digits, or negative.
The letter with the next fewest players is I, with 59. I thought it would be Interesting to look at the All-I Team. Would it be as Inadequate as the All-Q team, or would a pool of just eight more names be a big Improvement?
Of the 59 players, six are still active, according to baseball-reference.com; five played in MLB in 2019. (The active player who didn't appear in MLB last year was pitcher Gregory Infante, who had been signed by the Orioles but released before the season started; earlier this year they again invited him to spring training, but he's not on the 60-man roster.)
One odd thing I noticed is a fair number of these I-guys would become minor league managers, just as it seemed a disproportionate number of Q'ers died relatively young. I guess baseball teams think if your last name starts with I, you must be Intelligent enough to be a manager!
Batters: The I's have much more Impressive hitters than the Q's. The leading hitter on the Q-team is OF Carlos Quentin, with 10.5 bWAR; he'd rank 11th on the I-team! The Q-team's starting nine had just 27.1 career bWAR; the I-team's lineup has 152.3!
C Chris Iannetta - 15.0 bWAR, .230/.345/.406 (98 OPS+), 3,563 AB (2006-2019). "Sponge" consistently posts an OBP a hundred points higher than his batting average -- even in 2010, when he hit .197 but still got on base nearly 32% of the time. Casual fans look at a walk as something negative the pitcher did, not something positive the batter did -- a mistake by the pitcher rather than an accomplishment by the batter. But it's absolutely a skill and Iannetta proves it every year. Pitchers don't want to walk a guy with a career .230 BA, yet he gets walks.
1B Frank Isbell - 14.6 bWAR, .250/.289/.326 (89 OPS+), 4,219 AB (1898-1909). Nicknames in the Deadball Era were notoriously cruel. Hazen Cuyler was a stutterer who had trouble with his own last name; he's immortalized as Kiki Cuyler, mocking the way he pronounced it. William Hoy, who was deaf, was known as "Dummy." Charles Briody's round face and growing waistline earned him the nickname "Fatty." As for Frank, who was sensitive about losing his hair early in his 20s, his teammates dubbed him "The Bald Eagle." Frank's career slash-line of .250/.289/.326 isn't impressive, but he did have a tremendous year for the 1905 Chicago White Sox (.296/.335/.440, a 149 OPS+). Isbell played most of his games at first base, but he played all over the field -- literally, as he's one of the few men in MLB history to have multiple games at every position. He even pitched in 17 games, posting a 3.46 ERA in 88.1 innings!
2B Omar Infante - 16.9 bWAR, .271/.308/.387 (87 OPS+), 5,271 AB (2002-2016). Omar is the first of many players born in Venezuela; are last names starting with I more common there? Infante was primarily a utility man for the first half of his career, playing second, third, short, and all three outfield positions; it wasn't until 2010, at the age of 28, the Braves gave him 500+ plate appearances for just the second time in his career. He responded with his best season, hitting .321/.359/.416 and making his one and only All-Star appearance. He would spend the rest of his career as a starting second baseman. A tragic note: Omar's older brother, Asdrubal Infante, was a promising pitching prospect with the Tigers -- he posted a 1.09 ERA with 51 K in 33 IP in rookie ball in 1999 -- but was murdered that same year in a robbery in Venezuela. He was just 17 years old.
3B Brandon Inge - 19.2 bWAR, .233/.301/.384 (82 OPS+), 5,014 AB (2001-2013). Inge was a shortstop and pitcher at Virginia Commonwealth University, but the Tigers drafted him in the 2nd round in 1998 with the intention of converting him to a catcher. After three seasons in the bigs, he was moved to third base, where both his offense and his defense greatly improved. (Inge would hit .199/.260/.330 in 1,271 PA as a catcher, and .243/.315/.402 in 4,102 PA as a third baseman!) In 2008, Inge went on the disabled list when he strained a muscle trying to position a pillow under the head of his sleeping son.
SS Arthur Irwin - 15.2 bWAR, .241/.299/.305 (81 OPS+), 3,871 AB (1880-1894). The Q-Team had a lot of Quinns -- 13 of the 51 Q's in MLB history, or 25%, have the last name Quinn. For the I's, it's Irwin. Eight of the 59 I's are Irwins, or 13.5%. The first in both alphabetical order and by most bWAR is Arthur Irwin, a 19th century infielder who was later a manager, umpire, scout, and part-owner of a minor league team. At the age of 63, Irwin -- who during his playing days was known by the nicknames Doc, Foxy, and Sandy -- took ill and was hospitalized. His son came to visit him... and was surprised to discover another son visiting him as well. It turned out Irwin had married two women and had two families, one in New York and another in Boston. Soon after, Irwin boarded a ship and was never seen again. It was ruled a suicide, but who knows... maybe he settled down with a third family!
LF Raúl Ibañez - 20.9 bWAR, .272/.335/.465 (111 OPS+), 7,471 AB (1996-2014). Ibañez, the son of Cuban refugees, hit .272/.347/.572 and set career highs in OPS and HR (34) in his lone All-Star season... at the age of 37! Over his 19-year career, Ibañez had an OPS+ over 100 twelve times. His career bWAR was dinged by his defense -- 28.7 oWAR, but -17.3 dWAR. CF Ender Inciarte - 18.9 bWAR, .286/.338/.398 (95 OPS+), 2,922 AB (2014-2019). A 2017 All-Star and three-time Gold Glove award winner, Inciarte was signed out of Venezuela as a 18-year-old amateur by the Diamondbacks in 2008, but he would spend the next six years in the minors; the Phillies claimed him via the Rule V draft prior to the 2013 season, but had to return him after just one game (in which he didn't play) when they claimed Ezequiel Carrera off waivers. The D'Backs finally gave Inciarte a chance in 2014, and he would hit .292 for them over the next two seasons. Arizona then traded him to the Braves (with former #1 overall pick Dansby Swanson and Aaron Blair) for Shelby Miller and Gabe Speier, one of the moves that doomed Arizona GM Dave Stewart.
RF Monte Irvin - 21.3 bWAR, .293/.383/.475 (125 OPS+), 2,499 AB (1949-1956). "Mr. Murder" was a Negro Leagues star whose career was cut short by segregation and military service. Most believed he was the best player in the Negro Leagues, but it was Jackie Robinson, not Irvin, who first crossed the color line. Irvin was 30 years old when he finally got the chance, two years after Jackie, to play in the bigs. His best year was 1951, when he hit .312/.415/.514 with 24 HR and 121 RBI, finishing third in the MVP race. "As great as he was in 1951," said Roy Campanella, who won the MVP that year, "he was twice that good 10 years earlier." Irvin was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1973.
DH Pete Incaviglia - 10.3 bWAR, .246/.310/.448 (104 OPS+), 4,233 AB (1986-1998). "Inky" was one of the best college players of his generation, setting an NCAA record with 100 home runs in 213 games at Oklahoma State. He told teams interested in drafting him that he wouldn't sign unless they allowed him to skip the minors; the Expos took him 8th overall but immediately traded him to the Rangers. (MLB later adopted a rule prohibiting trades of newly drafted players, informally dubbed "The Pete Incaviglia Rule.") Incaviglia would then hit 30 home runs as a 22-year-old rookie... which would turn out to be his single-season career high. A low-average, high-strikeout player, Incaviglia played for six teams in 12 seasons -- not counting the Expos or the Diamondbacks, who signed him to a minor league deal in his final season -- plus one season in Japan. He would later be a hitting coach and manager in the minors.
Bench: There were an extraordinary amount of Infielders whose last names start with I; some good ones couldn't make the cut. The five guys on the bench total 45.3 bWAR... Q's bench was -1.5.
UT Maicer Izturis - 11.3 bWAR, .269/.331/.372 (90 OPS+), 3,013 AB (2004-2014). "Mighty Mouse" nearly evenly split his career between third base (2,552 innings) and second base (2,456 innings), but he also played nearly 1,700 innings at shorstop. Though his career OPS+ was below average, he did have some good offensive years -- .293/.365/.412 in 2006 and .300/.359/.434 in 2009. A series of injuries ended the Venezuelan's career after the 2014 season.
SS José Iglesias - 11.1 bWAR, .273/.315/.371 (84 OPS+), 2,706 AB (2011-2019). The 18-year-old Iglesias defected from Cuba during the 2008 World Junior Championship and signed with the Red Sox, immediately becoming one of the team's top prospects. He bounced up and down between Boston and the minors in 2011 and 2012, but in 2013 he won the starting job and after a tremendous start (.330/.376/.409 in 63 games) was included in a three-team deal for Jake Peavy. He would spend five seasons with the Tigers, hitting .268/.312/.364; last year he signed with the Reds and hit .288/.318/.407. Now 30, this off-season he signed a one-year deal with the Orioles.
3B Charlie Irwin - 9.2 bWAR, .268/.331/.345 (82 OPS+), 3,685 AB (1893-1902). Primarily known for his glove -- he ranked 1st or 2nd in 3B fielding percentage in five of his 10 seasons -- Irwin hit a respectable .273/.346/.317 (105 OPS+) with the Brooklyn Superbas in 1902, his final season in the bigs, then would go on to play several more seasons in the Pacific Coast League, and like so many others on this team would later be a manager.
1B/3B/OF Mike Ivie - 7.3 bWAR, .269/.324/.421 (110 OPS+), 2,694 AB (1971-1983). The first overall pick of the 1970 draft by the San Diego Padres, Ivie made his debut as a September call-up at the tender age of 18, going 8-for-17 with 3 RBIs in six games as a catcher. He'd return to the bigs in 1974, now a first baseman; they'd later try him at third and in the outfield, too. (His best position was probably DH.) A right-handed hitter good at mashing lefties (.693 OPS vsR, .846 OPS vsL), Ivie would top 400 ABs just three times in 11 seasons. He retired at the age of 30.
2B Tadahito Iguchi - 6.4 bWAR, .268/.338/.401 (93 OPS+), 1,841 AB (2005-2008). A star player in Japan, Iguchi came to MLB as a 30-year-old in 2005, signing with the White Sox. He would hit .278/.342/.438 and finish fourth in the ROY voting, and became the first Japanese-born position player to win a World Series. He returned to Japan in 2009 and would finally retire in 2017 at the age of 42. Iguchi has four rings -- one with the White Sox and three from Japan -- and since 2018 has been manager of the Chiba Lotte Marines.
Starting Pitchers: So it's going to be great hitting vs great pitching. The I-team has the bats, but the Q-team has the arms: The I's best pitcher would be #3 on the Q's, and after that... it's not pretty. The I-team has just 21.4 bWAR from its rotation, compared to 77.9 for the Q-team.
SP Hisashi Iwakuma - 16.9 bWAR, 63-39, 3.42 ERA, 1.143 WHIP, 883.2 IP (2012-2017). One advantage the I-team has over the Q-team is Japanese players, who represent three-fifths of the starting rotation. The ace is Kuma, who went 107-69 with a 3.25 ERA in Japan and then came to the United States where he had six pretty good seasons, all with the Mariners and all after his 30th birthday. His best year was 2013, when he was an All-Star and finished third in the Cy Young Award voting, going 14-6 with a 2.66 ERA and 1.006 WHIP.
SP Hideki Irabu - 3.4 bWAR, 34-35, 5.15 ERA, 1.405 WHIP, 514.0 IP (1997-2002). Irabu was a star in Japan with the Chiba Lotte Marines who wanted to pitch in MLB... specifically with the Yankees. Under an existing arrangement with the Padres, Chiba sold Irabu's rights to San Diego in 1997 and then traded him to New York for Ruben Rivera, Rafael Medina, and $3 million in cash. The first season of Irabu's four-year, $12.8 million deal was a disaster (5-4, 7.09 ERA, 1.669 WHIP), but he wasn't bad in 1998-1999 (24-16, 4.44 ERA, 1.315 WHIP). But Boss Steinbrenner didn't like him and he was traded to the Expos, where he went a disappointing 2-7 with a 6.69 ERA in two seasons. In 2002 he was used as a reliever with the Rangers, going 3-8 with 16 saves. He would then return to Japan, pitching two seasons before retiring in 2005. He briefly came out of retirement in 2009 to pitch in independent leagues in both the United States and Japan. In 2011, Irabu apparently hanged himself in his California home. He was just 42.
SP Mike Ignasiak - 0.9 BWAR, 10-4, 4.80 EARA, 1.504 WHIP, 137.0 IP (1991-1995). A teammate of Barry Larkin, Jim Abbott, and Scott Kamieniecki at the University of Michigan, Ignasiak went 47-25 with a 3.23 ERA in eight minor league seasons -- including a 55.2 scoreless inning streak between 1993 and 1994 -- then went 10-4 with a 4.80 ERA over four seasons with the Brewers. In 1996, he signed with the Red Sox but suffered a back injury that ended his career. He took up golf in his mid-30s and became one of the top amateur players in the country.
SP Bert Inks - 0.5 bWAR, 27-46, 5.52 ERA, 1.733 WHIP in 603.2 IP (1891-1896). A 6'3" lefty, Inks and his brother Will both played for Notre Dame. Will and a third brother, Fred, also played a little pro ball but only Bert made it to the bigs. He pitched for six teams in just five seasons, most of them bad.
SP Kazuhisa Ishii - -0.3 bWAR, 39-34, 4.44 ERA, 1.528 WHIP, 564.0 IP (2002-2005). Walks were Kaz's downfall, with 5.6 BB/9 over his four-year MLB career. After leaving the bigs, the lefty returned to Japan where he'd pitch until the age of 40 for a total of 18 seasons. In Japan, Ishii went 143-103 with a 3.63 ERA and 1.307 WHIP (and 3.9 BB/9, 8.8 K/9).
Relief Pitchers: Once again, the Q-team comes out on top. Team Q had 54.4 bWAR from its relievers; the I-team, less than half that at 25.3 (and most of that coming from their closer).
RP Jason Isringhausen - 13.0 bWAR, 51-55, 300 SV, 3.64 ERA, 1.328 WHIP, 1007.2 IP (1995-2012). One of the first players I think of when it comes to I-names, Izzy finished fourth in the NL ROY voting after an impressive debut season (9-2, 2.81 ERA, 1.280 WHIP) with the New York Mets at the age of 22. But injuries, ineffectiveness, and a bout with tuberculosis caused his Mets career to fizzle, and in 1999 he was traded to the Oakland A's where he would become a top closer. He was named to two All-Star teams and recorded 11 post-season saves.
RP Raisel Iglesias - 8.3 bWAR, 14-29, 98 SV, 3.17 ERA, 1.135 WHIP, 388.2 IP (2015-2019). Raisel Iglesias apparently isn't related to Jose Iglesias, but were born in, and fled from, Cuba. Raisel signed with the Reds, who converted him to a starter (he had been a reliever with the Cuban national team), but after going 4-8 with a 3.88 ERA in 21 starts, they switched him back to a reliever. In 231 relief appearances, he's posted a 2.85 ERA with 98 saves; overall, he's struck out 448 batters in 388.2 IP.
RP Jeff Innis - 4.6 bWAR, 10-20, 5 SV, 3.05 ERA, 1.272 WHIP, 360.0 IP (1987-1993). Jeff pitched all seven seasons of his MLB career with the New York Mets. A side-arming sinkerballer, "the I-Man" was known for his impressions of players and staff, including GM Frank Cashen. Maybe that's why the Mets declined to offer Innis a contract after the 1993 season. He signed with the Twins, and that spring training had the distinction of giving up the first professional base hit to a 31-year-old rookie named Michael Jordan. Jeff would stick around in the minors for a few more seasons, even working on a knuckleball, but never made it back to the bigs.
RP Gregory Infante - 1.0 bWAR, 3-2, 0 SV, 3.56 ERA, 1.332 WHIP, 68.1 IP (2010-2018). Infante was a baby -- ha, ha -- when he came up the first time in 2010, as a 22-year-old reliever with the White Sox. He pitched in five games without allowing a run and struck out five batters, though he did give up two hits and four walks in 4.2 innings. He would then spend the next eight seasons bouncing between organizations in the minors before finally returning to the bigs in 2017 with... the White Sox. So in nine years, he's pitched in 67 games, all with Chicago. Infante, now 30, signed with the Orioles last year but was released before the season started; the Venezuelan spent this off-season pitching in the Venezuelan Winter League.
RP Cole Irvin - -0.2 bWAR, 2-1, 1 SV, 5.83 ERA, 1.392 WHIP, 41.2 IP (2019). A 5th round pick by the Phillies in the 2016 draft, Swirvin Irvin went 6-1 with a 3.94 ERA in 16 starts and one relief appearance in Triple-A, then was promoted to the bigs where he had three starts and 13 relief appearances. The lefty was named the 2018 International League Pitcher of the Year after going 14-4 with a 2.57 ERA for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
RP Ryota Igarashi - -1.4 bWAR, 5-2, 0 SV, 6.41 ERA, 1.808 WHIP, 73.0 IP (2010-2012). Once renowned as one of the hardest throwers in Japan -- he struck out 97 batters in 78 innings in 2002 -- the New York Mets signed the 31-year-old reliever in 2010 but he struggled, giving up 24 runs, 29 hits, and 18 walks in 30.1 IP (but he did strike out 25 batters). The following year he gave up 20 runs on 43 hits and 28 walks in 38.2 IP (with 42 Ks), and the Mets released him. He signed with the Pirates, but was traded to the Blue Jays; they released him after two disastrous outings and the Yankees signed him, and they gave up on him after two more ugly appearances. Igarashi returned to Japan, where he's still pitching at age 41!
The I's who were... Ignored:
Here are the remaining 34 players whose last name starts with I. Some were fairly Impressive, others were Inferior.
Reliever Edgar Ibarra pitched in two games with the Angels in 2015, giving up one run on four hits and three walks while striking out three in four innings. The lefty has spent the last few seasons pitching winter ball in his native Venezuela.
Ham Iburg's real name was Herman; I don't know why they called him Ham. A San Francisco native who started and ended his career in the Pacific Coast League, Iburg had just one season in the bigs, going 11-18 with the 1902 Philadelphia Phillies; he was under contract to return in 1903, but he went back to California instead. The Pacific Coast League of that era offered better weather, easier travel, and sometimes better salaries than MLB, and many players like Iburg simply preferred playing on the west coast than in the Show.
Kei Igawa was a fading Japanese ace -- he even was briefly sent to the minors in 2005, and had become unpopular with fans -- but the Yankees needed an answer to the Red Sox signing Daisuke Matsuzaka two weeks earlier. After going 2-1 (with a 7.63 ERA) in his first six games, Igawa was sent to the minors; he'd return in June, get sent down again, and then be back in September. He'd end the year 2-3 with a 6.25 ERA. He would get bombed in two more appearances the following year, giving up six runs on 13 hits in just 4 innings, and would never resurface in MLB, despite posting adequate numbers in Triple-A (33-22, 3.81 ERA, 1.297 WHIP). After his release in 2011, Igawa returned to Japan, where he would pitch several more seasons with the Orix Buffaloes.
Gary Ignasiak is the big brother -- by 18 years! -- of pitcher Mike Ignasiak. Gary got into three games with the Tigers in 1973, striking out 4 batters in 4.2 innings but also giving up five hits and three walks. They sent him back to the minors but he never mastered his control, walking 647 batters in 825.0 minor league innings, and was out of pro baseball by the age of 25.
Reliever Blaise Ilsley made 10 appearances with the Cubs in 1994, giving up 13 runs on 25 hits and nine walks in 15.0 innings. Not surprisingly, the Cubs didn't bring him back. But he did have a long minor league career, and was later a pitching coach in the minors and a bullpen coach with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Doc Imlay had nine appearances for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1913, giving up 13 runs on 19 hits and seven walks in 13.2 innings. Imlay would then have a more successful career as a dentist in New Jersey.
Infielder Alexis Infante went 5-for-27 with the Blue Jays between 1987 and 1989, and 1-for-28 with the Braves in 1990. He would later be a manager in the Dominican Republic. The three Infantes in MLB history -- Alexis, Gregory, and Omar -- do not appear to be closely related, though all are from Venezuela.
Bob Ingersoll was a 31-year-old reliever who made four appearances with the Reds in 1914, giving up two runs on five hits and five walks in six innings.
A utilityman with the 1911 Boston Rustlers -- they wouldn't become the Braves until the following year -- Scotty Ingerton would get 521 AB while playing six different positions, hitting .250/.304/.340. After baseball, the former Rustler would become a deputy in Ohio.
A century later, another utilityman named Joe Inglett would play six positions (and pitch an inning!) across six seasons with the Indians, Blue Jays, Brewers, and Astros. Inglett would hit a respectable .283/.342/.392 in 808 career AB, but didn't get to the majors until he was 28 years old and never really got a chance; his best season was 2008, when he would hit .297/.355/.407 in 344 AB.
Charlie Ingraham caught one game for the Baltimore Orioles in 1883, going 1-for-4.
Utilityman Garey Ingram got into 82 games for the Dodgers between 1994 and 1997, going 37-for-142 (.261 BA). He played second, third, and outfield. He'd later be a coach in the minor leagues.
Mel Ingram -- apparently no relation to Garey -- had a "Moonlight Graham" MLB career, playing in MLB but never getting a plate appearance. He appeared in three games, all as a pinch runner, and scored a run for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1929.
The third man with this last name, Ricardo Ingram, played in 12 games with the Tigers in 1994 and four with the Twins in 1995, going a combined total of 6-for-31 (.194). He would later be a minor league coach and manager, but tragically developed brain cancer and died in 2015 at the age of 48.
Brothers Dane Iorg and Garth Iorg played in the 1970s and 80s. Dane was a 1st round pick by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1971, but he didn't make it to the Show until 1977; then, after just 12 games, was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals for Bake McBride. A left-handed hitter, Dane was platooned throughout his career, hitting .284/.326/.387 in 1,502 AB vsR but just .200/.220/.276 in 145 AB vsL. Given his lack of power (14 career HR), speed (5 career SB), and defense (-3.1 career dWAR), it's surprising he had a 10-year MLB career. But he did win World Series rings with the '82 Cardinals and '85 Royals, going 12-for-23 (.522) with five doubles and a triple when it mattered most! Big brother Garth was originally drafted by the Yankees, but the Blue Jays took him in the 1976 expansion draft and he'd play his entire career as a utilityman for Toronto. After his MLB career ended, he would play in the short-lived Senior Professional Baseball Association, then would be a coach with the Brewers as well as a minor league manager. His sons Isaac, Eli, and Cale all played in the minors but never made the Show.
Happy Iott played in three games with the 1903 Cleveland Naps, going 2-for-10. A Maine native, the outfielder would later play in minor league and semipro teams in his home state.
Apparently no relation, Hooks Iott pitched in two games as a 21-year-old rookie with the St. Louis Browns in 1941, then in 24 games with the Browns and Giants in 1947... something must have happened in the middle... oh right, World War II. The lefty served in the U.S. Army Air Force during the war. He went 3-9 with a 7.05 ERA in 81.2 IP in his bifurcated MLB career, then would pitch into the late 1950s in the minors, including going 24-9 with a 1.83 ERA in 260.0 IP with the St. Petersburg Saints of the Florida International League in 1952.
Switch-hitting infielder Hal Irelan played just one season in the bigs, hitting .236 in 67 games with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1914. He would have a much longer career in the minors, still playing for Decatur in the, appropriately enough, Three-I League in 1926. He'd later be a minor league manager.
Another switch-hitting infielder came along in the early 1980s, Tim Ireland. He would go 1-for-7 in 11 games with the Royals scattered between 1981 and 1982. After a long career in the minors, Ireland would spend two seasons with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp, hitting .275 with 18 HR in 585 AB. Like many others on this list, he would later be a manager in the minors.
Venezuelan Hernan Iribarren hit .185 in 27 AB for the Brewers between 2008 and 2009; he returned to the majors in 2016 at the age of 32 and hit .311 in 45 AB for the Reds. A utilityman, Iribarren saw time first, second, third, and all three outfield positions.
A highly prized prospect at Ferrum Junior College, Daryl Irvine was selected in three different drafts -- in the 3rd round, in the 2nd round, and finally in the 1st round -- before signing with the Red Sox in 1985. He posted a 3.34 ERA in nine minor league seasons, but never mastered his control, with 291 walks in 711.2 minor league innings. In the bigs, he posted a 5.68 ERA and an unsightly 4.7 BB/9 (with just 3.8 K/9).
Bill Irwin somehow acquired the nickname Phil. He pitched in two games for the Cincinnati Red Stockings late in the 1886 season, giving up 19 runs (11 earned) on 18 hits and eight walks. Each was a complete game loss!
Third baseman Ed Irwin played in one game with the Detroit Tigers in 1912, going 2-for-3 -- and both hits were triples! How he came to play in one and only game is a tale in and of itself. Ty Cobb had been suspended indefinitely for one of his more infamous incidents -- he'd jumped into the stands to beat up a man who had no hands -- and Tiger players refused to take the field until he was reinstated, or at least given a punishment with an end date. Rather than forfeit the game, the Tigers recruited some local college and semipro players, including Irwin. They were crushed 24-2 by the A's. League President Ban Johnson then told the Tigers that he'd kick all of them out of baseball if they refused to play again, and the strike ended. Cobb was reinstated on May 26. As for Irwin, he was killed in a bar brawl four years later. It's believed he still has the record for "most triples by a player without another base hit."
The brother of Arthur Irwin, infielder John Irwin hit .246 in 1,269 career at-bats. It's said he owed at least some of those at-bats to the fact that big brother Arthur was his manager with the 1889 Washington Nationals and 1891 Boston Reds.
Phil Irwin had two starts in the bigs, one with the Pirates in 2013 and another with the Rangers in 2014; he gave up eight runs (seven earned) on 12 hits and six walks in 8.2 innings. In 2015, he pitched in the Korean League, going 1-7 with a 8.68 ERA.
Shortstop Tommy Irwin got into three games with the Cleveland Indians late in the 1938 season; he went 1-for-9. Later in life he'd be a scout for Cleveland.
The last of the Irwins is Walt Irwin, who got into four games as a pinch runner and pinch hitter for the 1921 St. Louis Cardinals; he struck out in his only at-bat.
Orlando Isales started his pro career at the tender age of 15. By the time he reached the bigs in 1980, he was a veteran... at the age of 20. He played in three games for the Phillies in 1980; he went 2-for-5 with a triple, a walk, and three RBIs (.400/.500/.800!). But he never got another chance; he was in Triple-A for a few more years, then left for the Mexican League.
Travis Ishikawa is best remembered for his walk-off home run off Michael Wacha in the 2014 NLCS to send the Giants to the World Series for the third time in five seasons. "Smoky" only topped 200 AB once in his career, and accumulated just 1.1 career bWAR, but Giant fans won't ever forget him. He would later be a hitting coach for the Giants in the Arizona Fall League.
Akinori Iwamura was a top performer for the Yakult Swallows, topping .300 BA/30 HR in three straight seasons prior to signing with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2007. He hit a respectable .281/.354/.393 with the Rays over his first three MLB seasons, but cratered in 2010, hitting .182 with the Pirates and then .129 with the A's. After his release, the infielder would return to play in Japan for four more seasons.
Cuban-born catcher Hank Izquierdo went 7-for-26 in his only MLB season of 1967, playing for the Minnesota Twins. A lifer in the minor leagues, he didn't get the Call until he was 36 years old; his pro career started as a 20-year-old with Galveston in the Gulf Coast League in 1951, and ended with Veracruz in the Mexican League in 1974. He had 1,870 games in professional baseball, but only 16 in the bigs. He was later a minor league coach, a Mexican League manager, and a scout with the Minnesota Twins.
Another Cuban-born player, Hansel Izquierdo, defected when he was a teenager on the Cuban national junior team. He pitched in 20 games for the Florida Marlins in 2002, giving up 17 runs (15 earned) on 33 hits and 21 walks in 29.2 innings. He never resurfaced in the bigs, but he would pitch for 11 years in the minors, including stints with the White Sox, Expos, Yankees, and Pirates.
Cesar Izturis, Maicer's half-brother, played 13 years and accumulated 4,350 AB despite a career 64 OPS+, a testament to his glove. Over his career, the Venezuelan was 64 runs better than the average shortstop. Although his only All-Star selection came in 2005, his best year was the year before that, when he hit .288/.330/.381 in 670 AB, set career highs in nearly everything, and won a Gold Glove. His son, Cesar Izturis Jr., is a 20-year-old prospect in the Seattle Mariners system.
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2019.12.31 22:11 dottiemommy Discussion Thread: r/Politics Year In Review 2019

As 2019 heads into 2020, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past year and some of the biggest stories on our subreddit, past discussion threads, and AMAs.
Please use this thread to discuss your favorite stories, moments, and whatever else from the past year of politics, and have a safe and happy New Year!

Megathreads

Date Title
Jan 8, 2019 Manafort Shared Trump Campaign Data With Russian Associate, Prosecutors Say
Jan 8, 2019 President Trump’s Address on Border Security and the Democratic Response (Part 2)
Jan 17, 2019 President Trump Directed His Attorney To Lie To Congress About The Moscow Tower Project
Jan 18, 2019 In rare statement, Mueller's office disputes nature of Buzzfeed report on Cohen's Trump Tower testimony
Jan 22, 2019 Supreme Court Allows Trump’s Transgender Military Ban to Take Effect
Jan 23, 2019 Speaker Pelosi tells President Trump the House won't authorize State of the Union address in the chamber 'until government has opened'
Jan 25, 2019 Ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone arrested in Mueller probe
Jan 25, 2019 FAA Orders Ground Stops and Delays Flights at Major U.S. Airports Due to Shutdown-Related Air Traffic Controller Shortage
Jan 25, 2019 Megathread Part 2: Roger Stone arrested, scheduled to appear in court at 11am EST
Jan 25, 2019 President Trump announces a deal to temporarily reopen the government for three weeks
Feb 4, 2019 Federal prosecutors subpoena Trump’s inaugural committee
Feb 7, 2019 Supreme Court Blocks Louisiana Abortion Restrictions
Feb 13, 2019 Federal Judge Concludes Paul Manafort Lied to Special Counsel
Feb 19, 2019 Bernie Sanders announces 2020 presidential run
Mar 28, 2019 Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un end summit early and fail to reach a deal
Mar 7, 2019 Michael Cohen sues Trump Organization for unpaid legal fees
Mar 7, 2019 Paul Manafort Sentenced to 47 Months in VA Federal Court
Mar 14, 2019 Senate Passes Resolution Rejecting Trump's Border Emergency Declaration 59-41
Mar 22, 2019 Mueller files final report with Attorney General
Mar 22, 2019 Megathread Part Two: Mueller files final report with Attorney General
Mar 24, 2019 AG Willam Barr releases his top line summary of the Mueller report
Apr 7, 2019 Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen Resigns
Apr 18, 2019 Attorney General Releases Redacted Version of Special Counsel Report
Apr 18, 2019 Megathread (Part 2): Attorney General Releases Redacted Version of Special Counsel Report
Apr 19, 2019 House Democrats Issue Subpoena for Unredacted Mueller Report
Apr 25, 2019 Joe Biden announces launch of his 2020 presidential campaign
Apr 29, 2019 Attorney General Rod Rosenstein submits letter of resignation to Trump
Apr 30, 2019 Mueller Complained That Barr’s Letter Did Not Capture ‘Context’ of Trump Probe
May 6, 2019 House panel issues report citing Barr for contempt
May 6, 2019 Treasury denies Democrats’ request for Trump tax returns
May 14, 2019 Alabama Senate Votes to Effectively Ban Abortion in the State
May 29, 2019 Robert Mueller to Make Public Statement About Russia Investigation
Jun 13, 2019 US Special Counsel recommends firing Kellyanne Conway over alleged Hatch Act violations
Jun 13, 2019 White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders will be leaving her job at the end of the month, Trump says
Jun 21, 2019 Trump approves missile strike, aborts before launch.
Jun 25, 2019 Robert Mueller has agreed to testify publicly before Congress on July 17, House Judiciary and Intel Committees
Jul 9, 2019 Federal Judge Blocks Justice Department’s Effort to Withdraw Lawyers on Census Citizenship Case
Jul 11, 2019 Trump abandons bid to include citizenship question on census
Jul 12, 2019 Labor Secretary Alex Acosta announces that he is resigning
Jul 14, 2019 Trump Tells Freshman Congresswomen to 'Go Back' to the Countries They Came From
Jul 26, 2019 U.S. Supreme Court lets Trump use disputed funds for border wall
Jul 30, 2019 California governor signs bill requiring presidential candidates release tax returns to appear on ballot
Aug 10, 2019 AG Barr, Gaetz, AOC, others call for investigation into the death of Jeffery Epstein
Aug 23, 2019 President Trump announces increase in tariffs on China for billions of dollars of products, as Wall Street reacts to an intensifying trade war
Sep 10, 2019 National Security Adviser John Bolton has resigned at the request of the president, citing policy disagreements
Sep 12, 2019 House committee adopts new procedures for impeachment investigation of President Trump
Sep 20, 2019 Report States Trump Repeatedly Pressed Ukraine President to Investigate Biden’s Son
Sep 20, 2019 President Trump Authorizes Additional Troop Deployment to Saudi Arabia
Sep 24, 2019 Reports Indicate House Speaker Pelosi To Announce Formal Impeachment Inquiry Of President Trump
Sep 24, 2019 Rep. Adam Schiff Says Ukraine Whistleblower Wants To Talk To Intelligence Committee
Sep 24, 2019 Speaker Pelosi announces House to launch formal impeachment inquiry
Sep 26, 2019 Intelligence Community Whistleblower Report Released; Alleges President Used Power of Office to Interfere in 2020 Election
Sep 27, 2019 Sec. of State Mike Pompeo Subpoenaed By Three House Committees For Failure To Produce Ukraine Documents
Sep 30, 2019 House committees subpoena Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani for documents related to Ukraine
Oct 2, 2019 Bernie Sanders Undergoes Emergency Heart Procedure, Suspends Campaign Events Until Further Notice
Oct 3, 2019 President Trump Calls for Ukraine, China to Investigate Bidens
Oct 4, 2019 White House Subpoenaed in House Impeachment Inquiry
Oct 6, 2019 Second Whistleblower Comes Forward in the Trump-Ukraine Controversy
Oct 7, 2019 Federal Judge Rules President Trump Must Turn Over Eight Years Of Personal And Corporate Tax Returns
Oct 7, 2019 House Subpoenas Pentagon Chief and Acting Director of Office of Management and Budget for Documents in Impeachment Inquiry
Oct 8, 2019 White House Blocks US Ambassador Gordon Sondland From Testifying Before Congress
Oct 8, 2019 Senate Intel Report Finds Kremlin Directed Russian Social Media Meddling In 2016
Oct 8, 2019 White House Says It Will Not Cooperate With House Impeachment Inquiry
Oct 10, 2019 Two Giuliani Associates Tied to Ukraine Scandal Arrested on Campaign Finance Charges
Oct 10, 2019 Energy Secretary Rick Perry Subpoenaed in House Impeachment Investigation
Oct 11, 2019 Congress Can Seek President Trump’s Tax Returns, Appeals Court Rules
Oct 11, 2019 President Trump says acting Homeland Security Secretary McAleenan is stepping down
Oct 16, 2019 Fourth Defendant in Giuliani Associates' Case Arrested
Oct 17, 2019 Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Maryland Democrat and House Oversight Chairman, dies at 68
Oct 17, 2019 Trump has awarded next year’s G-7 summit of world leaders to his Miami-area golf resort
Oct 19, 2019 Trump drops plan to host G-7 at Doral
Oct 22, 2019 William Taylor, envoy to Ukraine, testifies Trump tied Ukraine aid to politically motivated investigations
Oct 23, 2019 House Republicans disrupt closed impeachment hearing in protest
Oct 25, 2019 Judge orders Justice Department to give House Judiciary Committee grand jury testimony from Special Counsel Mueller's investigation
Oct 27, 2019 Rep. Katie Hill (D-Calif.) to resign from Congress amid ethics investigation
Oct 27, 2019 Donald Trump met with boos and 'lock him up' chant at World Series Game Five
Oct 28, 2019 House to vote on resolution establishing next steps in impeachment inquiry
Oct 29, 2019 House Released Resolution to Formalize Impeachment Inquiry
Oct 30, 2019 CEO Jack Dorsey says Twitter has decided to ban all political ads by candidates and outside groups
Oct 31, 2019 House passes resolution formalizing impeachment inquiry against Trump
Nov 1, 2019 Beto O'Rourke Ends Presidential Bid
Nov 4, 2019 Appeals Court Agrees President Trump Tax Returns Can Be Turned Over
Nov 4, 2019 House Investigative Committees Release Testimonies Of Fmr. Ambassador Yovanovitch And Fmr. Senior Advisor McKinley
Nov 5, 2019 House impeachment committee releases transcripts of Sondland and Volker testimonies
Nov 6, 2019 House to Hold Public Impeachment Inquiry Hearings Next Week
Nov 6, 2019 House Committee releases transcript of US Diplomat Bill Taylor’s testimony
Nov 7, 2019 New York court orders President Donald Trump to pay $2 million for misusing his charitable foundation
Nov 14, 2019 2nd US official heard Trump call with Sondland
Nov 15, 2019 Trump adviser Roger Stone guilty on all seven counts of lying to congress, obstruction and witness tampering in relation to the Russia probe
Nov 17, 2019 Democrat John Bel Edwards re-elected governor of Louisiana
Nov 20, 2019 Sondland testifies Trump ordered Ukraine ‘quid pro quo’ through Giuliani
Nov 24, 2019 Pentagon asks for Navy secretary resignation over SEAL controversy
Nov 25, 2019 Judge Rules White House Counsel Don McGahn Must Comply With House Subpoena
Dec 3, 2019 Appeals court refuses to block House subpoena for Trump’s financial records
Dec 3, 2019 Sen. Kamala Harris Drops Out Of Presidential Race
Dec 3, 2019 House Intelligence Committee Releases Draft Impeachment Report
Dec 5, 2019 U.S. House will draft Articles of Impeachment against President Trump, Speaker Pelosi announces
Dec 6, 2019 White House won't take part in House Judiciary impeachment hearings
Dec 9, 2019 DOJ Inspector General report finds FBI's Russia probe justified, no bias found
Dec 10, 2019 House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Trump, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress
Dec 13, 2019 U.S. House Judiciary Committee approves articles of Impeachment against President Trump, full House vote on Wednesday
Dec 18 , 2019 House Votes to Impeach President Donald J. Trump

Discussion Threads

Date Title
Jan 3, 2019 Swearing in of the 116th Congress, Speaker floor vote
Jan 3, 2019 White House Daily Press Briefing - Live Discussion Thread - 01/03/2019
Jan 4, 2019 2019 Statewide Elections
Jan 4, 2019 President Trump Addresses the Press - Live Discussion Thread - 01/04/2019 - 2:00pm EST
Jan 8, 2019 President Trump’s Address on Border Security and the Democratic Response - 01/08/2019 - 9:00pm EST - Part 1, Part 2
Jan 10, 2019 President Trump Visits the Southern Border - Live Discussion Thread - 01/10/2019
Jan 16, 2019 Senate confirmation hearing for Attorney General nominee William Barr
Jan 19, 2019 President Trump Live Remarks On Shutdown Compromise
Jan 24, 2019 US Senate Session Votes to Re-Open Government - Discussion Thread - 01/24/2019
Jan 25, 2019 President Trump Statement from the Rose Garden Regarding the Government Shutdown - Discussion Thread - 01/25/2019 1:30pm EST
Jan 28, 2019 White House Daily Press Briefing - Discussion Thread - 01/28/2019 - 3:30pm EST
Feb 5, 2019 Pre-Event Discussion: State of the Union 2019
Feb 5, 2019 2019 State of the Union address
Feb 5, 2019 2019 State of the Union Address and Response
Feb 8, 2019 Acting AG Whitaker Testifies Before House Judiciary Committee - Discussion Thread - 02/08/2019 - 9:30am EST - Part 1, Part 2
Feb 27, 2019 President Trump and Kim Jong Un Summit in Hanoi - Live Discussion Thread
Feb 27, 2019 Michael Cohen Testifies Before House Oversight Committee - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
Feb 27, 2019 President Trump and Kim Jong Un Summit in Hanoi - Day 2 - Live Discussion Thread
Mar 6, 2019 Kirstjen Nielsen testifies on border security before the House Homeland Security Committee
Mar 11, 2019 WH Press Briefing with Press Sec. Sanders and Acting OMB Director Vought - Discussion Thread - 03/11/2019 - 2:00pm EDT
Apr 18, 2019 U.S. Attorney General William Barr to hold Mueller report press conference at 9:30 am EDT
May 1, 2019 William Barr Testifies on Mueller Report Before Senate Judiciary Committee - Discussion Thread
May 8, 2019 House Judiciary Committee Considers Contempt Resolution Against Attorney General - Discussion Thread
May 21, 2019 PA-12 Special Election
May 21, 2019 Kentucky Primary Election
Jun 10, 2019 Supreme Court Decisions 6/10/19 Discussion Thread
Jun 10, 2019 John Dean Testifies on Lessons Learned from Mueller Report - Discussion Thread - 06/10/2019
Jun 17, 2019 SCOTUS Orders & Opinions 6/17/19 Discussion Thread
Jun 20, 2019 Supreme Court Decisions 6/20/19 Discussion Thread
Jun 21, 2019 Supreme Court Decisions 6/21/2019 Discussion Thread
Jun 24, 2019 Supreme Court Decisions 6/24/2019 Discussion Thread
Jun 26, 2019 SCOTUS Orders & Opinions 6/26/19 Discussion Thread
Jun 26, 2019 2020 Presidential Race - First Democratic Primary Debate, Night 1 - 6/26/19 9:00-11:00 pm EDT - Discussion Thread - Part 1, Part 2
Jun 27, 2019 Supreme Court Decisions 6/27/19 Discussion Thread
Jun 27, 2019 2020 Presidential Race Democratic Debates - Night 2 - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Jul 24, 2019 Robert Mueller testifies before House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees - 8:30am and 12 Noon EDT - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Jul 30, 2019 2020 Presidential Race - Second Democratic Primary Debate, Night 1 - 7/30/19 8:00-10:30 pm EDT - Discussion Thread - Part 1, Part 2
Jul 31, 2019 2020 Presidential Race - Second Democratic Primary Debate, Night 2 - 7/31/19 8:00-10:30 pm EDT - Discussion Thread - Part 1, Part 2
Aug 5, 2019 President Trump delivers remarks on the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio - 10am EDT
Sep 4, 2019 Climate Town Hall With Democratic Presidential Candidates
Sep 10, 2019 North Carolina Special Congressional Elections (Tuesday, September 10, 2019)
Aug 12, 2019 Third Democratic Presidential Debate - Pre-Debate Thread
Aug 12, 2019 Third Democratic Presidential Debate
Aug 12, 2019 Third Democratic Presidential Debate - Post-Debate Thread
Aug 17, 2019 Corey Lewandowski Testifies Before House Judiciary Committee
Aug 22, 2019 State Elections and Democratic Primary Polling for September 2019
Aug 26, 2019 Acting DNI Maguire Testifies on Whistleblower Complaint, 9am EDT
Oct 2, 2019 Press Conference with Nancy Pelosi & Rep. Adam Schiff - 10/2/19
Oct 2, 2019 Joint Press Conference With President Trump And Finland President Sauli Niinistö - 10/2/19
Oct 10, 2019 CNN LGBTQ Town Hall, 10/10/19, 7:30pm-12:00am EDT
Oct 12, 2019 Louisiana Gubernatorial Primary - October 12, 2019
Oct 15, 2019 Fourth Democratic Presidential Debate - Pre-Debate Thread
Oct 15, 2019 Fourth Democratic Presidential Debate - 10/15/19 - 8pm-11pm EDT
Oct 15, 2019 Fourth Democratic Presidential Debate - Post-Debate Thread
Oct 21, 2019 Democratic Presidential Primary Polling - October, 2019
Oct 27, 2019 President Trump expected to announce results of Special Ops raid against ISIS leadership
Oct 31, 2019 The US House Debate and Vote on Impeachment Inquiry Resolution
Nov 5, 2019 Statewide Elections - November 5th, 2019
Nov 13, 2019 Day One of House Public Impeachment Hearings - William Taylor and George Kent - Live 10am EST
Nov 13, 2019 Day One of House Public Impeachment Hearings - William Taylor and George Kent - Live 10am EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Nov 15, 2019 Day Two of House Public Impeachment Hearings - Marie Yovanovitch - Live 9am EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Nov 16, 2019 Louisiana Gubernatorial Election - November 16th 2019
Nov 17, 2019 Democratic Presidential Primary Polling - November 2019
Nov 19, 2019 Day Three of House Public Impeachment Hearings – Morning Session - 11/19/2019 - LTC Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams – Live 9am EST - Part 1, Part 2
Nov 19, 2019 Day Three of House Public Impeachment Hearings – Afternoon Session - 11/19/2019 - Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison – Live 2:30pm EST - Part 1, Part 2
Nov 20, 2019 Day Four of House Public Impeachment Hearings – Morning Session - 11/20/2019 - Gordon Sondland – Live 9am EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Nov 20, 2019 Day Four of House Public Impeachment Hearings – Afternoon Session - 11/20/2019 - Laura Cooper and David Hale – Estimated Live 4:30pm EST
Nov 20, 2019 Fifth Democratic Presidential Debate - 11/20/19 - 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM EST - Part 1, Part 2
Nov 21, 2019 Day Five of House Public Impeachment Hearings – 11/21/2019 - Fiona Hill and David Holmes – Live 9:00m EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Dec 4, 2019 Day One of House Judiciary Impeachment Hearings – 12/04/2019 - Live 10am EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Dec 9, 2019 Day Two of House Judiciary Impeachment Hearings – 12/09/2019 - Live - 9am EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Dec 10, 2019 House Leaders Announce Articles of Impeachment Against President Donald J. Trump – 12/10/2019 - Live - 9am EST
Dec 11, 2019 DOJ IG Michael Horowitz Testifies on FISA Abuse Allegations – 12/11/2019 - Live - 10:00am EST
Dec 11, 2019 House Judiciary Committee Debates Articles of Impeachment – 12/11/2019 - Live - 7:00pm EST
Dec 12, 2019 House Judiciary Committee Debates Articles of Impeachment – Day 2 - 12/12/2019 - Live - 9:00am EST - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Dec 13, 2019 House Judiciary Committee Debate and Vote on Articles of Impeachment – Day 3 - 12/13/2019 - Live 10am EST
Dec 17, 2019 House Rules Committee Debates Articles of Impeachment - 12/17/2019 - Live 11am EST
Dec 18, 2019 House of Representatives Debates and Votes on Articles of Impeachment - 12/18/2019 – Live 9 am EST - Part I, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6
Dec 19, 2019 Sixth Democratic Presidential Debate - 12/19/19 - 8pm-11pm EST - Part 1, Part 2
Dec 22, 2019 Democratic Presidential Primary Polling - December 2019

AMAs

Date Title
Jan 8, 2019 Andrew O'Hehir of Salon, discussing Paul Ryan's career and more
Jan 9, 2019 Mayor Glenn Jacobs of Knox County TN, also known as WWE superstar Kane
Jan 10, 2019 Wayne Barnett of the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission, discussing the Democracy Vouchers program
Jan 11, 2019 Rep. Sam Kito III, finishing a five-year stint in the Alaska House of Representatives
Jan 14, 2019 Bruce MacKinnon, political cartoonist for the Halifax Chronicle Herald
Jan 17, 2019 Yamiche Alcindor, White House Correspondent at the PBS NewsHour and a political contributor for NBC News and MSNBC
Jan 22, 2019 Brigitte Amiri of the ACLU, discussing abortion rights on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade
Jan 31, 2019 The Independent's US Team discussing the government shutdown
Feb 6, 2019 Adam Edelen, Democratic candidate for Governor in Kentucky
Feb 12, 2019 Quinta Jurecic, the Managing Editor of Lawfare
Feb 14, 2019 Rick Romell, business reporter covering Foxconn for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Feb 19, 2019 Arden Walentowski and Lizzie Stewart of the Let's Get Civical podcast
Feb 19, 2019 Hamza Khan, progressive political activist and founder of The Pluralism Project
Feb 20, 2019 Mayor Robert Garcia of Long Beach, CA
Feb 21, 2019 Amara Enyia, candidate for mayor of Chicago
Feb 22, 2019 Mark Fiore, political cartoonist and animator
Feb 26, 2019 Gus Bova, Kiah Collier, John Carlos Frey, and Molly Hennessy-Fiske, reporters covering the Texas border wall
Feb 27, 2019 Congressman Tim Ryan, D-OH
Feb 28, 2019 Andrew Yang,2020 Democratic candidate for president
Mar 1, 2019 Niall Stanage, covering The White House for The Hill
Mar 5, 2019 Nick Schifrin, foreign affairs and defense correspondent for the PBS NewsHour
Mar 6, 2019 Robert McChesney, political scholar and activist
Mar 8, 2019 Robert Reich, fmr. Secretary of Labor and professor of public policy at UC Berkeley
Mar 13, 2019 Dr. Leana Wen, president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund
Mar 19, 2019 Jessica Yellin, fmr. CNN White House Chief Correspondent
Mar 19, 2019 John Bauters, council member and fmr. mayor of Emeryville, CA
Mar 21, 2019 Colton Thornton, 26 year old progressive runing for Mississippi state senate
Mar 26, 2019 Brad Heath, Justice and Investigations editor for USA Today
Mar 29, 2019 Sam Doctor, Democratic candidate for PA-11
Apr 1, 2019 Tod Fennell, video game voice actor who played George Washington one time in an Assassin's Creed game. April Fools!
Apr 2, 2019 PolitiFact, the largest political fact-checking newsroom in the United States, back for their third AMA
Apr 3, 2019 Alan Inouye, head of policy for the American Library Association
Apr 4, 2019 Susan Page, Washington Bureau Chief of USA Today and author of "THE MATRIARCH: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty"
Apr 8, 2019 Rep. Jerry McNerney, CA-09, discussing Net Neutrality
Apriil 9, 2019 Igor Volsky, executive director of Guns Down America
Apr 10, 2019 Roberto Ferdman, VICE News Tonight correspondent reporting on the border
Apr 11, 2019 Rob O'Dell and Michael Squires, investigative and data reporter and editor at The Arizona Republic
Apr 12, 2019 Fmr. Senator Mike Gravel, 2020 Presidential Candidate
Apr 16, 2019 Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman, authors of The Hill to Die On
Apr 17, 2019 Darrell Steinberg, Mayor of Sacramento CA
Apr 18, 2019 Maya Cummings, Chair of the Maryland Democratic Party
Apr 25, 2019 Pat Garofalo, author of "The Billionaire Boondoggle"
Apr 26, 2019 Desmond Meade, TIME 100 honoree for leading the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
May 1, 2019 Valerie Jarrett, President Obama's longest-serving senior advisor
May 3, 2019 Alyssa Milano, activist and host of podcast "Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry"
May 9, 2019 The ACLU, discussing voting rights and mass incarceration
May 15, 2019 The LA Times and Kate Morrissey of the San Diego Tribune, discussing immigration and the southern border
May 17, 2019 Timothy Snyder, author of "The Road to Unfreedom" and "On Tyranny", back for his 2nd AMA
May 22, 2019 Ben Gleib, TV show host, comedian, and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
May 23, 2019 Jay Inslee, governor of Washington and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
May 24, 2019 Marianne Williamson, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, author, lecturer, and activist
May 29, 2019 The New Democrat Coalition - Reps. Ami Bera, Suzan DelBene, Derek Kilmer, Ann McLane Kuster, and Stacey Plaskett
Jun 4, 2019 Senator Ron Wyden & Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, discussing how Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (“CDA 230”) allows sites like Reddit to exist
Jun 11, 2019 Jonathan Capehart, columnist and editorial board member for The Washington Post
Jun 14, 2019 Josh Marshall, founder of Talking Points Memo, back for his 2nd AMA
Jun 19, 2019 Chesa Boudin, public defender and candidate for San Francisco district attorney
Jun 20, 2019 Caitlin Dickerson, national immigration reporter from The New York Times
Jun 26, 2019 Matt Yglesias, VOX senior correspondent reporting on the policies of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates
Jun 27, 2019 John Hickenlooper, fmr. Governor of Colorado and 2020 presidential candidate
Jun 28, 2019 The Independent's US team, reporting at the first 2020 Democratic debates in Miami
Jul 2, 2019 Amy Howe, Supreme Court reporter for SCOTUSblog and Howe on the Court
Jul 23, 2019 Mark Charles, independent Navajo candidate for president in 2020
Jul 26, 2019 Lisa Desjardins, PBS NewsHour congressional correspondent
Jul 31, 2019 Allen Salkin and Aaron Short, authors of "The Method to the Madness", a book about how Donald Trump became president
Aug 2, 2019 Daniel Funke of PolitiFact
Aug 13, 2019 AF Branco, nationally syndicated conservative political cartoonist
Aug 14, 2019 Morgan Harper, progressive candidate for OH-03
Aug 15, 2019 Maebe A. Girl, the first drag queen elected to public office, running for congress in CA-28
Aug 16, 2019 Lara Smith, national spokesperson for The Liberal Gun Club
Aug 21, 2019 Dan Alexander of Forbes, discussing the net worth of each 2020 presidential candidate
Aug 27, 2019 Dale Beran, author of "It Came From Something Awful"
Aug 28, 2019 Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, the nation's oldest gun violence prevention organization
Aug 29, 2019 Daniel Ulysses Lockwood, a Democratic Socialist running for U.S. Congress in NC-04
Aug 10, 2019 David Chipman, Giffords: Courage to Fight Gun Violence Senior Policy Advisor
Aug 11, 2019 James Dawkins, state house candidate for NC-17
Aug 12, 2019 Stan Greenberg, author of "RIP GOP: How the New America Is Dooming the Republicans"
Aug 13, 2019 American Trails, a 30-year-old trail advocacy group
Aug 18, 2019 Shahid Buttar, challenger to Nancy Pelosi for CA-12
Aug 19, 2019 Tony Schwartz, ghost-writer of Trump: The Art of the Deal
Aug 20, 2019 Anthony Fisher, Politics Editor at Insider, ProduceOmbudsman of The Fifth Column podcast, and co-moderator of Business Insider's Republican Presidential Debate between Bill Weld and Joe Walsh in NYC on 9/24/2019
Aug 20, 2019 Secretaries of State Steve Simon (MN) and Kim Wyman (WA), discussing National Voter Registration Day
Aug 24, 2019 Civic technology experts from Democracy Works, discussing National Voter Registration Day
Aug 26, 2019 Natalie Cline, Democrat running for WV-01
Aug 26, 2019 Robert Reich, fmr. Secretary of Labor and professor of public policy at UC Berkeley, back for his second AMA
Aug 27, 2019 Reporters working on USA Today's 'The Migrants', a story about how the US is handling an influx of migrants
Oct 1, 2019 Terri Ann Lowenthal, former staff director of the U.S. House of Representatives census oversight subcommittee
Oct 8, 2019 Heather Boushey, president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Oct 9, 2019 Ryan J. Suto and Suher Adi with the YallaCountMeIn (national Arab American Get out the Count) campaign
Oct 10, 2019 Tim Alberta, POLITICO’s chief political correspondent and author of NYT bestseller “American Carnage”
Oct 11, 2019 Greg Conley, president of the American Vaping Association, discussing recent vaping legislation
Oct 15, 2019 NALEO Educational Fund, an organization that facilitates full Latino participation in the American political process, from citizenship to public service
Oct 16, 2019 Mayor William Peduto of Pittsburgh PA
Oct 17, 2019 USA Today Foreign Correspondent Kim Hjelmgaard, recently back from Ukraine to research the origins of Trump/Ukraine theories
Oct 18, 2019 Agatha Bacelar, challenger to Nancy Pelosi for CA-12
Oct 22, 2019 Dane Wilcox, Democrat running for OR-03
Oct 25, 2019 Aaron Glantz, investigative reporter at Reveal and author of "Homewreckers"
Oct 29, 2019 Chris Armitage, Democrat running for WA-05
Oct 30, 2019 Allison Stanger, professor of International Politics and Economics at Middlebury College
Oct 31, 2019 Maggie Haberman and Michael Schmidt, New York Times reporters covering the Trump administration
Nov 1, 2019 Samantha Boucher, the first openly trans person to manage a US Senate race
Nov 5, 2019 Alexi McCammond, political reporter for Axios
Nov 6, 2019 Mike German, ex-FBI agent turned whistleblower and author of "Disrupt, Discredit, and Divide: How the New FBI Damages Democracy"
Nov 7, 2019 James Lindsay, director of studies at the Council on Foreign Relations
Nov 8,2019 Sara Swann and Geoff West from The Fulcrum, covering democracy reform issues
Nov 12, 2019 Kimberly Graham, candidate for US Senate in Iowa
Nov 13, 2019 Greg Giroux, senior reporter for Bloomberg Government
Nov 19, 2019 Robert Santos, president-elect of the American Statistical Association
Nov 20, 2019 Greg Bluestein, veteran politics reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, covering the 11/20/20 Democratic Debate
Nov 26, 2019 Courtney Subramanian, White House Correspondent for USA Today focused on the public impeachment hearings
Nov 27, 2019 Robert Lawton, Independent running for Congress in CA-04
Dec 3, 2019 Emily Leslie, Democrat running for GA State House District 106
Dec 5, 2019 Shannon Dooling, WBUR immigration reporter
Dec 11, 2019 POLITICO journalists, discussing their co-hosting of the 12/19/2019 Dem Debate
Dec 13, 2019 Stephanie Taylor, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee
Dec 20, 2019 Ron Jarmin, deputy director of the U.S. Census Bureau
Dec 24, 2019 Patrick Marley and Molly Beck, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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2019.11.18 05:38 JoyAngel98 Pros relationship Status

I have seen many posts from new members not knowing who is who with. So here is a post of all the pros relationship status: As of October 17, 2019
Keo Motsepe: Single. He had a girlfriend last year but they since have ended it.
Daniella Karagach Pahkov: Married to Pasha(a fellow pro). They have been together since 2010ish. They got married in July of 2014.
Brandon Armstrong: Single.
Cheryl Burke: Married to Matthew Lawrence(not a fellow pro. His brother did the show and that's how they met): They dated in 2007 but broke it off a year later. They reunited in 2017. They got engaged in 2018. They got married in May of 2019.
Peta Murgatroyd. Married to Maks(Val's brother and a former pro). They got together in 2012. That relationship was on and off. However, in 2015 they really got together. They got engaged that year. He proposed on stage at one of his shows. You can find it on YouTube. They got married in 2017. Also in 2017, they had their son Shai. She dated another pro named Damien Whitewood when she and Maks broke up. She might have cheated on him with Maks.
Val Chmerkovskiy: Married to Jenna(a fellow pro). Similar to his sister in law. He had an on and off relationship with Jenna in 2015. However, in 2017 they really got together. They got engaged in 2018 on vacation. It's on Val's Instagram of the engagement. They got married this year in April. He also dated Amber Rose who was his brother's celeb partner, before getting back with Jenna.
Jenna Johnson: Married to Val(a fellow pro). See above for more info.
Lindsay Arnold: Married to Sam Cusick(not a fellow pro. However, he is her high school sweetheart). They got married in June of 2015.
Gleb Savchenko: Married to Elena Samodanova(not a fellow pro. However, she is a dancer as well. She did other international versions and they have a studio in LA together). They have been together since 2006. They have a daughter named Olivia in 2011. They had a second daughter Zlata in 2017.
Alan Bersten: Single. He dated his partner Alexis Ren last year but ended it shortly after the show ended. He dated Hayley while on SYTYCD from 2013 to 2014. However, they broke up but they remain friends.
Witney Carson: Married to Carson McAllister(not a fellow pro). They have been together since 2011ish but they broke up when he went on his mission. They got back together afterward. She dated someone between that time. They got engaged in 2015. They got married on New Years in 2016.
Sasha Farber: Married to Emma(a fellow pro). They dated in 2011. They broke up in 2014. They got back together at the end of 2015. In 2016, they got engaged on the show. It's a Youtube video of it. They got married in 2018. He also dated Sharna when he was younger on the Burn the Floor tour. However, they broke up but they remain friends.
Emma Slater: Married to Sasha(a fellow pro). See above for more info.
Not pros this year but they pros and part of the troupe last season.
Hayley Erbert: Dating Derek Hough since 2015. Met on his tour in 2014? She and Alan dated while on SYTYCD but they broke up after. So from 2013 to 2014. She dated another dancer between Alan and Derek named Jake Kodish.
Morgan Larson: Engaged to Joshua Feldman. They got engaged in 2018.
Britt Stewart: Dating someone? Idk if they still are together.
Arthur Adamski: Single?
Vlad Kvartin: Single? He was dating a dancer named Emily but I believe they have broken up.
Artem Chigvintsev: Dating Nikki Bella. They were partners in 2017. However, they started dating in 2019. He also dated Carrie Ann from 2006 to 2008. This was also after his divorce.
Sharna Burgess: Single. (Might become the Bachelorette Australia 2020). She dated Sasha while on Burn the Floor tour so before DWTS. However, they broke up but they remain friends.
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2019.07.07 07:28 docdoc5 RPDR RANDOMIZED: Season 3 Week 6 Results and LSFYL

RPDR RANDOMIZED: Season 3 Week 6 Results and LSFYL
After your main stage presentations I've made some decisions.
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Jujubee... you're safe. You may leave the stage.

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The rest of you represent the tops and bottoms of the week...
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The Vixen

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...this was a great week for you. You created something that is so clearly cake inspired and extremely couture. You are a standout for the week.

Jaidynn Diore Fierce

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...knowing that you are a seamtress this creation is a let down. Red velvet cake should have been an easy task and yet you have one of the most basic designs on the stage tonight.

Darienne Lake

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...you fell hard this week Darienne. Creativity is not your strong suit and America's Next Drag Superstar needs to be more than funny...you haven't shown us much else.

Max

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...Max this has to be my favorite runway I've seen you do this season. I love your take on Princess Cake and it looks like it came straight from the cover of Vogue. Great work!

Jasmine Masters

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...your runway comes across as unfinished. It also seems like you tried to cover up errors you made in construction with overaccessorizing. This is such a backwards step from where you were last week.

Alexis Michelle

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...you have a history of dropping the ball on the runway and this is no different. We are still waiting for you to drop our jaws Alexis and we haven't seen that moment yet.

Eureka O'Hara

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...you took a rather simple cake--Cheesecake--and made it absolutely chic. This is one of your strongest runways to date and its extremely well constructed.
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Who should go home tonight and why...
Vixen: "Eureka. What you guys see on the stage is not who we see backstage."
Jaidynn: "Darienne. She has the weakest design on the runway tonight."
Darienne: "Jaidynn. She said my name and she doesn't look great tonight either."
Max: "Jaidynn. I don't think she has shown that she can keep up with the other girls in the competition."
Jasmine: "Darienne. She looks a mess."
Alexis: "Jaidynn. She should've succeeded this week and she didn't."
Eureka: "I want to say that I'm not sure what Vixen is talking about, I've been nothing but genuine with her. I would agree with the other girls and say Jaidynn. She's been getting the same critiques week after week."
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Darienne Lake...I'm sorry my dear but you are up for elimination.
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Eureka O'Hara....you're safe. You may leave the stage.
Max

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Condragulations! You are the winner of this week's challenge!
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Jasmine Masters...I'm sorry my dear but you are up for elimination tonight.

Jaidynn Diore Fierce...you're safe.
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Jasmine...Darienne two queens stand before me. Prior to tonight you were asked to prepare a lip sync performance to "Knock On Wood" by Amii Stewart. This is your last chance to impress me and save yourself from elimination.
The time has come...
for you to LIP SYNC FOR YOUR LIFE
Good luck....and do not f*ck it up!
POLL: http://www.polljunkie.com/poll/msjymo/knock-on-wood
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2018.08.03 20:21 SaintRidley Get to know the MYC competitors - brief summaries, pictures, notable championships, matches from all 32 participants

This year’s Mae Young Classic has finally had the full field of 32 revealed. It’s time to get to know them a little better.
Aerial Monroe
Trained by George South Jr., Cedric Alexander, and Kaleb Conley, Monroe debuted in November 2015 for Queens of Combat. She’s been making a name for herself on the independent scene, occasionally teaming with SHIMMER champion and 2017 MYC competitor Nicole Savoy as the team #SwoleFamily (Monroe is Big Swole and Savoy is Little Swole).
Some matches:
vs. Nia Jax at WWE Monday Night Raw, August 1, 2016
with Beastly and Effy, vs. Priscilla Kelly, Darby Allin, and Su Yung at Fest Wrestling Love is a Battlefield 2: Electric Boogaloo Night 1, February 9, 2018
vs. Leva Bates vs. Beastly vs. Jason Cade vs. Vandal at Fest Wrestling Love is a Battlefield 2: Electric Boogaloo Night 2, February 10, 2018
Allysin Kay (Sienna)
Former WSU Tag Team champion, former GFW Women’s champion, former TNA/GFW/Impact Knockouts champion (2x)
Trained by Matthew Priest and Bill Martel, Allysin Kay debuted in 2008 for BCWA in Detroit, working there exclusively until 2010. She began working for various independent promotions such as AIW and WSU (where she teamed with Jessicka Havok and Sassy Stephie as the Midwest Militia, winning the first women’s WarGames match against Mercedes Martinez, Alicia, and Brittney Savage). The Midwest Militia would expand their territory, wrestling in NCW as well. Kay continued making waves, debuting in SHIMMER at vol. 49 and SHINE at SHINE 1, teaming with Taylor Made in both promotions. She toured Japan, teaming with Crazy Mary Dobson (Sarah Logan) in Diana, and Europe for Bellatrix. In 2016 she signed with TNA, debuting on Impact as Sienna. She feuded with Gail Kim and Jade (Mia Yim) and won the championship from Jade at Slammiversary 2016. After losing the championship, she won the GFW Women’s championship, defeated Rosemary to unify it with the TNA Knockouts Championship as the GFW Knockouts Championship, and by the time she lost the title the belt had been renamed the Impact Knockouts Championship. In early 2018 she left Impact. She does commentary alongside Lexie Fife for RISE’s RISE Ascent show and will return to SHINE at SHINE 53 as part of their tournament to crown a new champion.
vs. Christina Von Eerie at Beyond Tournament for Tomorrow II, November 17, 2013
vs. Heidi Lovelace (Ruby Riott) at AAW Take No Prisoners, May 1, 2015
vs. Solo Darling at WSU Power, May 9, 2015
vs. Allie at Smash 100, September 17, 2017
Ashley Rayne (Madison Rayne/Ashley Lane)
Former SHIMMER Tag Team champion, former TNA Knockouts champion (4x), former TNA Knockouts Tag Team champion (2x), 2014 Queen of the Knockouts
Trained by Jeff Cannon, she debuted in 2005 as Lexi Lane and began working the Ohio indie scene. She soon began expanding her reach, wrestling for various indies, and debuted in SHIMMER in 2007 at volume 15 as Ashley Lane, teaming with Lorelei Lee against the Canadian NINJAs. At SHIMMER volume 21 she and Nevaeh became the first SHIMMER Tag Team champions, holding the titles for 196 days with six successful defenses. In 2009 she debuted for TNA as Madison Rayne, quickly becoming a member of The Beautiful People. She would become a multiple-time champion in TNA over the next several years and has been a free agent of late, even teaming with Deonna Purrazzo at last November’s SHIMMER tapings as The Hottest Free Agents.
Some matches:
vs. MsChif vs. Lacey vs. Daizee Haze at ROH Return Engagement, April 19, 2008
vs. Gail Kim for the Knockouts Championship at TNA Lockdown 2014, March 9, 2014
vs. Deonna Purrazzo at ROH Survival of the Fittest Night 2017 3 dark match, November 19, 2017
Deonna Purrazzo
Former ECWA Women’s champion, 2015 and 2016 winner of the ECWA Super 8 ChickFight Tournament, and 2017 WOH Wrestler of the year
Trained by Damian Adams, Shawn Bennett, and Rip Rogers, Purrazzo debuted in 2013. She debuted for ROH in 2015, helping spearhead the push toward revitalizing the Women of Honor division. She was a fixture of the division until her departure earlier this year. She’s made appearances in TNA/Impact and NXT as well, and has also done two tours of Stardom. Her style is very technical: she and Madison Eagles had the best women’s match of Wrestlemania weekend this year at SHIMMER 100 and the first strike didn’t happen until nearly 7 minutes in.
Some matches: vs. Kimber Lee at WWR Revolutionary, July 31, 2016
vs. Candice LeRae at ROH on Sinclair #273, October 29, 2016
vs. LuFisto at Beyond #Caffeine, April 1, 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard at Limitless Wrestling The World is Ours, January 19, 2018
vs. Mayu Iwatani at ROH on Sinclair #341, March 10, 2018
Hiroyo Matsumoto
Former SHIMMER Tag Team champion, former Artist of Stardom champion (3x), former Goddess of Stardom champion, former Oz Academy Openweight champion, former Oz Academy Tag Team champion (4x), former JWP Junior champion, former International Ribbon Tag Team champion, former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion
Trained by Mariko Yoshida, Hiroyo Matsumoto is a highly accomplished performer in Japan and has made her presence felt in the United States. She debuted in 2006 and has worked most promotions in Japan, including JWP, NEO, Ice Ribbon, Stardom, Oz Academy, and Sendai Girls. During her debut match for Ice Ribbon she destroyed a wall, earning the nickname The Lady Destroyer. In the United States, she and Misaki Ohata defeated the Canadian NINJAs at SHIMMER vol. 37 to become the third SHIMMER Tag Team champions. They would successfully defend the titles twice in their one-day reign before losing them to Daizee Haze and Tomoka Nakagawa at volume 40. In 2017 she retired her trainer and mentor, Mariko Yoshida.
vs. Mia Yim at Reina event, May 15, 2011
vs. Mariko Yoshida at Mariko Yoshida’s retirement show, November 19, 2017
Io Shirai
Former World of Stardom champion (2x), former Wonder of Stardom champion (2x), former Artist of Stardom champion (6x), former Goddess of Stardom champion, former High Speed champion, former SWA World champion, winner of the 2014 5 Star Grand Prix, former TLW World Young Women’s Tag Team champion
Trained by Takashi Sasaki and Tomohiko Hashimoto, Io Shirai debuted in 2007 at the age of 16, alongside her sister Mio. She and her sister worked the independent circuit in Japan for a few years, eventually collaborating with Kana (Asuka) to form a trio called Triple Tails, which produced three events of their own. Following the third Triple Tails show in 2011, the group broke up so Io could pursue a singles career. She would wrestle periodically in Mexico, but her home base became Stardom, where she won every title the she was eligible for and became the ace of the company. She did some work with Kairi Hojo (Sane) and Mayu Iwatani as the Black Lotus Triad in Lucha Underground as well as heading up her stable Queen’s Quest back in Stardom. Shirai was originally close to signing with WWE last summer but the offer was rescinded due to her medicals, leading her to return to Stardom for another year.
A match:
vs. Pentagon Dark at Lucha Underground Season 3, episode 13
Isla Dawn
Trained by Damian O’Connor, Mikey Whiplash, and Tommy End (Aleister Black), she had her first match at the end of 2013 against Nikki Storm (Nikki Cross). She stuck to the Scottish independent scene for most of her first year wrestling, working under the name Courtney. She added the name Stewart to her ring name during her tour of Stardom in 2016, which she did not complete due to homesickness. In late 2016 she debuted the persona of Isla Dawn, adding a bit of vampy edge to her character.
Some matches:
vs. Aubrey Bride at HCW Vendetta 2017, March 11, 2017
with Billy Brash vs. Su Yung and Ethan Case at AWE Homegrown 2017, May 1, 2017
vs. Ivelisse at an AWE show some time prior to September 14, 2017
Jessie Elaban
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the rest of the WWE Performance Center coaching staff, Jessie Elaban signed with WWE in 2017. In college she was a volleyball player and afterwards she was a yoga instructor. Since signing with WWE, she has primarily worked the Florida loop of house shows, but she recently made the west coast tour after less than a year’s experience. She’s got a bit of a nerd gimmick going on. The MYC will undoubtedly be her in-ring tv debut, but she’s made one appearance on tv already.
Shayna Baszler shows Jessie how to properly apply a hold
Jinny
Current PROGRESS Women’s champion, former RevPro British Women’s champion
Trained by Jimmy Havoc, she had her first match in 2014 during a joint production by PROGRESS and IPW. Jinny would become one of the foundations of the PROGRESS women’s division in 2015, wrestling throughout the UK independents with her ice queen fashionista gimmick. She’s been collecting championships in the UK since last year, becoming a top heel in the region.
Some matches:
vs. Jamie Hayter at Wrestling League Ha’Penny Havoc 2, February 21, 2016
vs. Thunder Rosa at wXw Cologne, September 9, 2017
vs. Jimmy Havoc at Riptide Spring Break, May 4, 2018
Kacy Catanzaro
First and only woman to complete a City Finals course in American Ninja Warrior
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the rest of the WWE Performance Center coaching staff, Kacy Catanzaro signed with WWE in 2018. She became famous for her run in American Ninja Warrior, where she became the first woman to scale the Warped Wall and complete a City Finals course. A gymnast in college, Kacy’s talents have led her toward unique mannerisms such as her in-ring entrance during NXT house shows. Her tv debut will be in the MYC.
Dallas City Finals, American Ninja Warrior 2014
Entrance at an NXT house show
Kaitlyn (Celeste Bonin)
Former WWE Divas champion, winner of NXT season 3
Trained at Florida Championship Wrestling during its days as a WWE developmental territory and more recently by Pablo Marquez, Kaitlyn made her debut in 2010 during season 3 of NXT. She won the WWE Divas Championship in 2013, and was involved in the first on-air contract signing segment for the Divas Title. She retired in 2014 to focus on her family and business ventures. In 2017 early 2018 she came out of retirement, working two shows for Coastal Championship Wrestling.
vs. Natalya at WWE NXT, April 4, 2012
vs. Beth Phoenix at WWE Smackdown, September 14, 2012
vs. Aksana at WWE Main Event, June 19, 2013
Karen Q
Former ECWA Women’s Champion
Trained by Johnny Rodz and Damian Adams, Karen Q debuted in 2014 for Victory Pro Wrestling under the name Karen Yu. At the end of 2015 she began wrestling outside her home promotion, adopting the name Karen Q for work outside Victory Pro. She began working shows for Ring of Honor in 2017. Beginning with a dark match before SHIMMER vol. 96 she formed a bickering team with Ray Lyn called the Bones of Contention, which has been a big part of her exposure through RISE.
Some matches:
vs. Tasha Steelz at WWR Identity Crisis, March 4, 2017
vs. Sumie Sakai at ROH on Sinclair #315 dark match, August 26, 2017
vs. Deonna Purrazzo no DQ at ROH Survival of the Fittest 2017 Night 2 dark match, November 18, 2017
vs. Jonathan Gresham at Beyond #LitUp, April 5, 2018
Kavita Devi
Trained by The Great Khali and the WWE Performance Center, Kavita Devi debuted for Continental Championship Wrestling in 2016. She was signed by WWE in 2017, appearing in a first-round loss to Dakota Kai in the MYC. She would have her second on-air match at Wrestlemania 34 in the women’s battle royal, memorably arousing the ire of Becky Lynch because she was wearing orange.
A match:
with Aliyah vs. Nixon Newell and Dakota Kai at NXT Live, April 19, 2018
Killer Kelly
Former and inaugural wXw Women’s champion
Trained by Bruno Brito and the wXw Academy staff, Killer Kelly debuted in 2016 for Wrestling Portugal (though she may have possibly debuted as early as 2010, adding “Killer” to her name in August 2017. She’s wrestled for various European indies, with wXw being her home. In 2018 she signed a UK contract with WWE and appeared on both nights of the WWE UK tournament special in a match against Toni Storm and Isla Dawn and a match against Charlie Morgan. She made her PROGRESS debut just last month against Toni Storm.
A match:
vs. Valkyrie at GWF Women’s Wrestling Revolution 8: All Eyes on Us, May 4, 2018
Lacey Lane
Former The Crash Women’s champion
Trained by Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley, Lacey Lane debuted in 2016. She’s largely worked across the US south and in Mexico as a ruda, becoming The Crash Women’s champion in the process. She was originally supposed to sign with WWE in 2017 but the offer was withdrawn due to arthritis in her knee, giving her another year on the indies to tweak her workouts toward improving her knee ahead of a second chance at WWE.
Some matches:
vs. Kennadi Brink (Jessicka Carr) at PW2.0 Heat Stroke, August 2, 2016
vs. Lio Rush at PW2.0 Mother Mayhem, May 2, 2017
with Shane Strickland vs. Jason Cade and Veda Scott at FEST Bring Your Mom, May 17, 2017
vs. Thunder Rosa vs. Kylie Rae at CWA Raven Black Memorial Tournament, January 27, 2018
vs. Tessa Blanchard vs. Santana Garrett for The Crash Women’s Championship at a The Crash live event, July 14, 2018
Meiko Satomura
Former World of Stardom champion, former AAAW World Single champion (2x), former and inaugural AAAW Tag Team champion (3x), former Sendai Girls World champion, 2016 Chikara King of Trios winner
Trained by Chigusa Nagayo, Meiko Satomura made her debut for GAEA in 1995. She would quickly find success, becoming an inaugural tag team champion for GAEA a little over a year into her career as well as becoming one of the women featured during WCW’s partnership with GAEA. In GAEA’s last show in 2005, she defeated Chigusa Nagayo in the main event, closing the door on the promotion. In 2006 she founded Sendai Girls, which has been her primary focus in the time since, though she continues to work other promotions, including time in Stardom and even tours in America with Chikara. She is widely renowned for her stiff, realistic style, and continues to be a very strong performer.
Some matches:
vs. Malia Hosaka at WCW Worldwide, November 10, 1996
vs. Akira Hokuto at WCW Pro, December 8, 1996
vs. Akira Hokuto at GAEA Limit Break Night 5, April 29, 2001
vs. Aja Kong for the AAAW World Singles Title at GAEA Yokohama Final Impact, April 3, 2005
vs. Kana (Asuka) at a Triple Tails produced event, February 13, 2011
vs. Kana (Asuka) at Kana’s Kana Pro Mania event, February 25, 2014
with Minoru Suzuki vs. Kana (Asuka) and Naomichi Marufuji at Kana’s Kana Pro Mania Reach event, June 16, 2014
vs. Viper at Pro-Wrestling EVE She-1 Ace of EVE Night 1 Show #2, November 11, 2017
Mercedes Martinez
Former NWA Midwest Women’s champion, former IWA Mid-South Women’s champion, former NCW International Femmes Fatales champion (2x), former SHIMMER champion (2x), former and longest reigning WSU World champion (3x), former WSU All Guts, No Glory champion, former WSU Tag Team champion, 2008 winner of the WSU Women’s J-Cup, 2011 winner of the WSU/NWS King and Queen of the Ring, former SHINE Tag Team champion, former WXW C4 Women’s champion, former WXW Cruiserweight champion, 2014 inductee in the WXW Hall of Fame, 2017 inductee in the WSU Hall of Fame
Trained by Jason Knight, Mercedes Martinez debuted in 2000, starting out in the New England independent scene where she quickly became the centerpiece of the newly-minted NECW women’s division. She is a SHIMMER original, wrestling Sara Del Rey to a time-limit draw on vol. 1; that match put SHIMMER on the map. She’s wrestled all over the US, becoming the focal point of women’s wrestling for several companies, particularly for WSU, where she went on a three-year reign with the world title before losing to Jessicka Havok. She also staked out two more achievements in WSU by having the two longest matches ever recorded in women’s wrestling history, first against Angel Orsini in a 70-minute iron woman match (60 minutes plus 10 minutes of sudden death), and again in a match against Lexxus the next year that went 73 minutes. After a two year retirement to rehab shoulder injuries and consider if she wanted to continue wrestling, Martinez returned to wrestling in 2016, forming a heel stable called the Trifecta with Nicole Savoy and Shayna Baszler in SHIMMER (the semifinal of last year’s MYC between Baszler and Martinez is actually the climax of that stable’s story). She has headed up several seminars for RISE and continues to wrestle pretty much everywhere.
vs. Athena (Ember Moon) at SHIMMER vol. 45, March 17, 2012
vs. Kimber Lee for the SHIMMER Championship at AAW Windy City Classic XII, November 26, 2016
vs. Ace Radic for the WXW Cruiserweight Championship at WXW Manic Mayhem, May 20, 2017
vs. Raeven Marie for the WXW Women’s Championship at WXW XTreme War, June 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard for the Phoenix of RISE Championship at RISE 9: Rise of the Knockouts, July 7, 2018
Mia Yim (Jade)
Former SHINE champion, former and inaugural SHINE Tag Team champion, former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion, former TNA Knockouts champion, 2016 Queen of the Knockouts
Trained by John Kermon, Mark Bravura, Christian York, and Daizee Haze, Mia Yim debuted in 2009 in the Virginia independent circuit. She would begin working for ROH and CZW within two years of her debut, and by 2012 she began making a splash in the all-women’s indies. She and Leva Bates would become SHINE Tag Team champions as the Lucha Sisters, later winning the SHINE Championship as well. She’s done several SHIMMER tapings, and her biggest national exposure came when she debuted for TNA in 2013 as Jade. She debuted as part of The Dollhouse with Marti Bell, eventually going on a singles run that saw her win the Knockouts Title from Madison Rayne in 2016. Her last feud in TNA was against Rosemary.
Some matches:
vs. Athena (Ember Moon) at AIW Girls’ Night Out 11, March 28, 2015
vs. Jordynne Grace at WWE #Revolutionary, July 31, 2017
vs. Deonna Purrazzo at WWR Adios Aurora, October 17, 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard at Battle Club Pro May the Queen Reign, May 26, 2018
vs. Matt Riddle at Smash Wrestling episode 50, June 28, 2018
MJ Jenkins
Trained by Johnny Rodz, MJ Jenkins debuted in 2015. She would make her first cracks at big exposure with her Impact debut on March 4, 2017 and her SHINE debut at SHINE 45. Near the end of last year she left Impact. Last month she signed with WWE.
vs. Dominique Fabiano at WWR Project XX dark match, April 10, 2016
vs. Vanity at WWR Brick House, May 20, 2017
vs. Deonna Purrazzo at Battle Club Pro The Bounty in Kings County, August 11, 2017
Nicole Matthews
Former SHIMMER champion, former SHIMMER Tag Team champion (2x), former ECCW champion (3x), former ECCW Tag Team champion (2x), former ECCW Women’s champion (4x)
Trained by Michelle Starr, Scotty Mac, and Vance Nevada, Nicole Matthews debuted in 2006, working the Canadian indies alongside Nattie Neidhart. She would debut in SHIMMER in 2007 at vol. 15, teaming with Portia Perez to form the Canadian NINJAs, twice winning the SHIMMER tag team championship. She would eventually win the SHIMMER Championship, holding it for a year. She’s made tours of Australia, Japan, and England, but her primary promotion for most of the year is Vancouver’s ECCW.
vs. Bishop for the ECCW Title at ECCW Ballroom Brawl 3, January 17, 2015
vs. Shayna Baszler at ECCW Ballroom Brawl V, January 16, 2016
Priscilla Kelly
Former and inaugural SHINE Nova champion
Trained by Murder-1, Priscilla Kelly debuted in 2015, wrestling in the Georgia independent scene before expanding outward to Tennessee and North Carolina. She made her SHINE debut at SHINE 37, gaining her the exposure to begin getting booked outside the South. She continues to be primarily based in the Georgia/Florida area, though she made her debut in Japan earlier this year for Tokyo Joshi Pro and DDT. She’s a succubus by gimmick, so that may be an interesting transition to adapt it for WWE.
Some matches:
vs. SIS at CWF Mid-Atlantic Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament 2017, March 25, 2017
vs. Joey Ryan vs. VANDAL at Fest Wrestling Brawl by the Beach, December 8, 2017
Rachel Evers (Rachael Ellering)
Former RPW Women’s champion, former WrestleCircus Lady of the Ring champion
Trained by Lance Storm, Rachel Evers debuted in 2015 for Prairie Wrestling Alliance alongside her trainer in a mixed tag team match. She would soon make her SHINE debut at SHINE 34 against Tessa Blanchard, sparking a series of matches between the two over the course of their careers to date. She made her SHIMMER debut at vol. 96, and has wrestled as unsigned talent for NXT several times. She’s done a tour of Japan with Stardom, ending that tour in a World of Stardom championship match against Io Shirai, and also worked with Impact. She was also part of last year’s Mae Young Classic.
vs. Kennadi Brink (Jessicka Carr) at ROH Road to Final Battle 2016 Night 1, October 21, 2016
vs. Su Yung at WWR Identity Crisis, March 4, 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard for the WrestleCircus Lady of the Ring Championship at WrestleCircus SXWWrestleCircus, March 17, 2017
Reina Gonzalez
Trained by Ben Galvan, Richard Aleman, and George de la Isla, Reina Gonzalez debuted in 2014. She’s a second-generation wrestler and worked the Texas independent scene until being signed by WWE in 2016, where she has been at work in the Performance Center. She made her on-air debut in last year’s Mae Young Classic.
A match:
with Taynara Conti against Kairi Sane and Nikki Cross at NXT Live, May 20, 2018
Rhea Ripley
Former RCW Women’s champion (2x)
Trained up in Riot City Wrestling and the WWE Performance Center, Rhea Ripley debuted as Demi Bennett in 2013 for RCW, working the Australian indie scene, where she won two championships in RCW. She toured Japan, working in Reina, Diana, and ZERO1 during 2015-2016. She signed with WWE in 2017, making her on-air debut in last year’s Mae Young Classic.
Some matches:
vs. Harley Wonderland and Blair Alexis at RCW Key to the City 2015, October 10, 2015
vs. Savannah Summers for the RCW Women’s Title at RCW Reanimated 2016, January 30, 2016
vs. Kellyanne at RCW Strength 2017, April 22, 2017
Taynara Conti
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the staff of the WWE Performance Center, Taynara Conti debuted in 2017 at WWE Fan Axxess before continuing to work on the Florida NXT tours. She made her on-air debut in last year’s Mae Young Classic. She has since made occasional appearances on NXT, including being the Undisputed Era’s choice to engage with Nikki Cross during their feud with Sanity.
A match:
with Reina Gonzalez against Kairi Sane and Nikki Cross at NXT Live, May 20, 2018
Tegan Nox (Nixon Newell)
Former WCPW Women’s champion, former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion (2x)
Trained by Dave Stewart and Mike Hatchman, Tegan Nox debuted in 2013 and quickly began to make a name for herself on the UK independent scene as Nixon Newell. She would work almost exclusively in the UK before signing with WWE in 2017, with notable exceptions being a tour of Stardom and two SHIMMER weekends. She was originally scheduled to be part of the first Mae Young Classic but was unable to participate due to injury.
Some matches:
with Rob Cage vs. La Famiglia (Giuseppe and Connor Matthews) at PWM Welcome to the Family 2016, February 27, 2016
vs. Eva Summers and Audrey Bride for the PWA Queen of Diamonds Championship at RPW Wrestlefest, October 15, 2016
vs. Bea Priestley for the WCPW Women’s Championship at WCPW Loaded #24, February 13, 2017
vs. Bea Priestley for the WCPW Women’s Championship at WCPW Stacked, August 24, 2017
Toni Storm
Current wXw Women’s champion, former World of Stardom champion, former SWA World champion, former and inaugural PROGRESS women’s champion
Trained by Dean Allmark, Toni debuted in 2009 as Storm when she was just thirteen. She convinced her mother to let her move to England to live with her grandmother and train under the tutelage of Dean Allmark. She would debut for PROGRESS in 2014, becoming one of the focal points of the nascent women’s division and the first PROGRESS Women’s champion. She’s made waves internationally, to the point where she made her debut for SHIMMER at vol. 100 against Nicole Matthews, a debut that was years in the making due to just how packed her schedule was. She recently signed an NXT UK contract and will surely be a centerpiece of the new NXT UK women’s division.
vs. Madison Eagles for the Pacific Women’s Championship at PPW Second Impact, March 16, 2013
vs. The Alpha Female (Jazzy Gabert) at an EAW show some time before April 11, 2016
vs. Mia Yim at SWE Morals Don’t Pay the Bills, July 2, 2017
vs. Wesna for the PROGRESS Women’s Championship at GWF Women’s Revolution 8: All Eyes on Us, May 4, 2018
Vanessa Kraven
Current NCW International Femmes Fatales champion, former SHIMMER Tag Team champion, former NCW Women’s champion
Trained by Ron Hutchinson and Zaquary Springate III, Kraven debuted in 2004 for Northern Championship Wrestling in Canada. Her size (she’s 6’ tall) has helped her make her mark as The Mountain, and she’s wrestled throughout the United States and Canada, as well as several tours in Japan. She’s a regular for SHIMMER and SHINE, winning the SHIMMER Tag Team Championship with Tessa Blanchard.
vs. LuFisto at Smash Super Showdown, August 18, 2013
vs. Courtney Rush (Rosemary) at Smash TV, some time before November 5, 2014
vs. Candice LeRae at Smash TV, some time before June 4, 2015
Xia Brookside
Former IPW:UK Women’s champion
Trained by Dean Allmark, Robbie Brookside, and Robbie Dynamite, Xia Brookside debuted in 2015. Primarily based in the UK indies, she first ventured outside the home countries for a couple dates in Germany for GWF in 2016, and in 2017 she did her first Japan tour with Stardom. Since her second Stardom tour early this year, she made her US debut in RISE at RISE 7.5, doing a one-month tour of US indies following that show.
vs. Pollyanna at GWF Women’s Wrestling Revolution, March 9, 2016
vs. Thunder Rosa vs. Nicole Savoy at Inspire Pro There is No Tomorrow, May 27, 2018
vs. Angel Hayze at Shield Pro Wrestling presents Almost Pro Wrestling, July 7, 2018
vs. Little Miss Roxxy for the Bombshells Championship at British Bombshells event, some time before July 10, 2018
Xia Li
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the rest of the staff of the WWE Performance Center, Xia Li made her debut in the first round of last year’s Mae Young Classic in a losing effort against Mercedes Martinez. She has since worked the NXT Florida house show loops.
A clip:
vs. Mercedes Martinez at WWE Mae Young Classic, July 13, 2017
Zatara
Current Reina de Xtreme champion, former RLL Women’s champion (2x)
Trained by Atemista and Montoya, Zatara debuted in 2008 and has largely wrestled through the Chilean independent scene where she has won numerous championships under the name Tiffany. She recently started wrestling under the name Zatara.
A match:
vs. Sara Phoenix vs. Alison Evans for the Reina de Xtrema championship at Xtreme Club Control X, February 18, 2018
Zeuxis
Current CMLL-Reina International champion, former Mexican National Women’s champion, former CMLL-Reina International Junior champion, former Reina World Tag Team champion (3x), won Princesa Sugehit’s mask at the CMLL 84th Anniversary Show
Trained by Franco Columbo, Huracán Ramirez, Negro Navarro, and El Satánico, Zeuxis debuted in 2008. Initially a técnica, she became a ruda in 2009, working for CMLL for the bulk of the last decade. At CMLL’s 84th anniversary show she wrestled 2017 MYC competitor Princesa Sugehit in the first ever women’s mask vs. mask match at a CMLL anniversary show. Zeuxis severed ties with CMLL earlier this year and has worked independently since June.
vs. Dark Angel (Sarah Stock) at CMLL Martes en Arena Mexico, August 25, 2015
vs. Silueta for the CMLL Mexican National Championship at CMLL Martes en Arena Mexico, February 23, 2016 Fall one Fall two Fall three
vs. Princesa Sugehit, mask vs. mask at CMLL 84th Anniversary Show, September 16, 2017
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2018.08.03 20:19 SaintRidley Get to know the MYC Competitors - brief summaries, pictures, notable championships, matches from all 32 participants

This year’s Mae Young Classic has finally had the full field of 32 revealed. It’s time to get to know them a little better.
Aerial Monroe
Trained by George South Jr., Cedric Alexander, and Kaleb Conley, Monroe debuted in November 2015 for Queens of Combat. She’s been making a name for herself on the independent scene, occasionally teaming with SHIMMER champion and 2017 MYC competitor Nicole Savoy as the team #SwoleFamily (Monroe is Big Swole and Savoy is Little Swole).
Some matches:
vs. Nia Jax at WWE Monday Night Raw, August 1, 2016
with Beastly and Effy, vs. Priscilla Kelly, Darby Allin, and Su Yung at Fest Wrestling Love is a Battlefield 2: Electric Boogaloo Night 1, February 9, 2018
vs. Leva Bates vs. Beastly vs. Jason Cade vs. Vandal at Fest Wrestling Love is a Battlefield 2: Electric Boogaloo Night 2, February 10, 2018
Allysin Kay (Sienna)
Former WSU Tag Team champion, former GFW Women’s champion, former TNA/GFW/Impact Knockouts champion (2x)
Trained by Matthew Priest and Bill Martel, Allysin Kay debuted in 2008 for BCWA in Detroit, working there exclusively until 2010. She began working for various independent promotions such as AIW and WSU (where she teamed with Jessicka Havok and Sassy Stephie as the Midwest Militia, winning the first women’s WarGames match against Mercedes Martinez, Alicia, and Brittney Savage). The Midwest Militia would expand their territory, wrestling in NCW as well. Kay continued making waves, debuting in SHIMMER at vol. 49 and SHINE at SHINE 1, teaming with Taylor Made in both promotions. She toured Japan, teaming with Crazy Mary Dobson (Sarah Logan) in Diana, and Europe for Bellatrix. In 2016 she signed with TNA, debuting on Impact as Sienna. She feuded with Gail Kim and Jade (Mia Yim) and won the championship from Jade at Slammiversary 2016. After losing the championship, she won the GFW Women’s championship, defeated Rosemary to unify it with the TNA Knockouts Championship as the GFW Knockouts Championship, and by the time she lost the title the belt had been renamed the Impact Knockouts Championship. In early 2018 she left Impact. She does commentary alongside Lexie Fife for RISE’s RISE Ascent show and will return to SHINE at SHINE 53 as part of their tournament to crown a new champion.
vs. Christina Von Eerie at Beyond Tournament for Tomorrow II, November 17, 2013
vs. Heidi Lovelace (Ruby Riott) at AAW Take No Prisoners, May 1, 2015
vs. Solo Darling at WSU Power, May 9, 2015
vs. Allie at Smash 100, September 17, 2017
Ashley Rayne (Madison Rayne/Ashley Lane)
Former SHIMMER Tag Team champion, former TNA Knockouts champion (4x), former TNA Knockouts Tag Team champion (2x), 2014 Queen of the Knockouts
Trained by Jeff Cannon, she debuted in 2005 as Lexi Lane and began working the Ohio indie scene. She soon began expanding her reach, wrestling for various indies, and debuted in SHIMMER in 2007 at volume 15 as Ashley Lane, teaming with Lorelei Lee against the Canadian NINJAs. At SHIMMER volume 21 she and Nevaeh became the first SHIMMER Tag Team champions, holding the titles for 196 days with six successful defenses. In 2009 she debuted for TNA as Madison Rayne, quickly becoming a member of The Beautiful People. She would become a multiple-time champion in TNA over the next several years and has been a free agent of late, even teaming with Deonna Purrazzo at last November’s SHIMMER tapings as The Hottest Free Agents.
Some matches:
vs. MsChif vs. Lacey vs. Daizee Haze at ROH Return Engagement, April 19, 2008
vs. Gail Kim for the Knockouts Championship at TNA Lockdown 2014, March 9, 2014
vs. Deonna Purrazzo at ROH Survival of the Fittest Night 2017 3 dark match, November 19, 2017
Deonna Purrazzo
Former ECWA Women’s champion, 2015 and 2016 winner of the ECWA Super 8 ChickFight Tournament, and 2017 WOH Wrestler of the year
Trained by Damian Adams, Shawn Bennett, and Rip Rogers, Purrazzo debuted in 2013. She debuted for ROH in 2015, helping spearhead the push toward revitalizing the Women of Honor division. She was a fixture of the division until her departure earlier this year. She’s made appearances in TNA/Impact and NXT as well, and has also done two tours of Stardom. Her style is very technical: she and Madison Eagles had the best women’s match of Wrestlemania weekend this year at SHIMMER 100 and the first strike didn’t happen until nearly 7 minutes in.
Some matches: vs. Kimber Lee at WWR Revolutionary, July 31, 2016
vs. Candice LeRae at ROH on Sinclair #273, October 29, 2016
vs. LuFisto at Beyond #Caffeine, April 1, 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard at Limitless Wrestling The World is Ours, January 19, 2018
vs. Mayu Iwatani at ROH on Sinclair #341, March 10, 2018
Hiroyo Matsumoto
Former SHIMMER Tag Team champion, former Artist of Stardom champion (3x), former Goddess of Stardom champion, former Oz Academy Openweight champion, former Oz Academy Tag Team champion (4x), former JWP Junior champion, former International Ribbon Tag Team champion, former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion
Trained by Mariko Yoshida, Hiroyo Matsumoto is a highly accomplished performer in Japan and has made her presence felt in the United States. She debuted in 2006 and has worked most promotions in Japan, including JWP, NEO, Ice Ribbon, Stardom, Oz Academy, and Sendai Girls. During her debut match for Ice Ribbon she destroyed a wall, earning the nickname The Lady Destroyer. In the United States, she and Misaki Ohata defeated the Canadian NINJAs at SHIMMER vol. 37 to become the third SHIMMER Tag Team champions. They would successfully defend the titles twice in their one-day reign before losing them to Daizee Haze and Tomoka Nakagawa at volume 40. In 2017 she retired her trainer and mentor, Mariko Yoshida.
vs. Mia Yim at Reina event, May 15, 2011
vs. Mariko Yoshida at Mariko Yoshida’s retirement show, November 19, 2017
Io Shirai
Former World of Stardom champion (2x), former Wonder of Stardom champion (2x), former Artist of Stardom champion (6x), former Goddess of Stardom champion, former High Speed champion, former SWA World champion, winner of the 2014 5 Star Grand Prix, former TLW World Young Women’s Tag Team champion
Trained by Takashi Sasaki and Tomohiko Hashimoto, Io Shirai debuted in 2007 at the age of 16, alongside her sister Mio. She and her sister worked the independent circuit in Japan for a few years, eventually collaborating with Kana (Asuka) to form a trio called Triple Tails, which produced three events of their own. Following the third Triple Tails show in 2011, the group broke up so Io could pursue a singles career. She would wrestle periodically in Mexico, but her home base became Stardom, where she won every title the she was eligible for and became the ace of the company. She did some work with Kairi Hojo (Sane) and Mayu Iwatani as the Black Lotus Triad in Lucha Underground as well as heading up her stable Queen’s Quest back in Stardom. Shirai was originally close to signing with WWE last summer but the offer was rescinded due to her medicals, leading her to return to Stardom for another year.
A match:
vs. Pentagon Dark at Lucha Underground Season 3, episode 13
Isla Dawn
Trained by Damian O’Connor, Mikey Whiplash, and Tommy End (Aleister Black), she had her first match at the end of 2013 against Nikki Storm (Nikki Cross). She stuck to the Scottish independent scene for most of her first year wrestling, working under the name Courtney. She added the name Stewart to her ring name during her tour of Stardom in 2016, which she did not complete due to homesickness. In late 2016 she debuted the persona of Isla Dawn, adding a bit of vampy edge to her character.
Some matches:
vs. Aubrey Bride at HCW Vendetta 2017, March 11, 2017
with Billy Brash vs. Su Yung and Ethan Case at AWE Homegrown 2017, May 1, 2017
vs. Ivelisse at an AWE show some time prior to September 14, 2017
Jessie Elaban
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the rest of the WWE Performance Center coaching staff, Jessie Elaban signed with WWE in 2017. In college she was a volleyball player and afterwards she was a yoga instructor. Since signing with WWE, she has primarily worked the Florida loop of house shows, but she recently made the west coast tour after less than a year’s experience. She’s got a bit of a nerd gimmick going on. The MYC will undoubtedly be her in-ring tv debut, but she’s made one appearance on tv already.
Shayna Baszler shows Jessie how to properly apply a hold
Jinny
Current PROGRESS Women’s champion, former RevPro British Women’s champion
Trained by Jimmy Havoc, she had her first match in 2014 during a joint production by PROGRESS and IPW. Jinny would become one of the foundations of the PROGRESS women’s division in 2015, wrestling throughout the UK independents with her ice queen fashionista gimmick. She’s been collecting championships in the UK since last year, becoming a top heel in the region.
Some matches:
vs. Jamie Hayter at Wrestling League Ha’Penny Havoc 2, February 21, 2016
vs. Thunder Rosa at wXw Cologne, September 9, 2017
vs. Jimmy Havoc at Riptide Spring Break, May 4, 2018
Kacy Catanzaro
First and only woman to complete a City Finals course in American Ninja Warrior
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the rest of the WWE Performance Center coaching staff, Kacy Catanzaro signed with WWE in 2018. She became famous for her run in American Ninja Warrior, where she became the first woman to scale the Warped Wall and complete a City Finals course. A gymnast in college, Kacy’s talents have led her toward unique mannerisms such as her in-ring entrance during NXT house shows. Her tv debut will be in the MYC.
Dallas City Finals, American Ninja Warrior 2014
Entrance at an NXT house show
Kaitlyn (Celeste Bonin)
Former WWE Divas champion, winner of NXT season 3
Trained at Florida Championship Wrestling during its days as a WWE developmental territory and more recently by Pablo Marquez, Kaitlyn made her debut in 2010 during season 3 of NXT. She won the WWE Divas Championship in 2013, and was involved in the first on-air contract signing segment for the Divas Title. She retired in 2014 to focus on her family and business ventures. In 2017 early 2018 she came out of retirement, working two shows for Coastal Championship Wrestling.
vs. Natalya at WWE NXT, April 4, 2012
vs. Beth Phoenix at WWE Smackdown, September 14, 2012
vs. Aksana at WWE Main Event, June 19, 2013
Karen Q
Former ECWA Women’s Champion
Trained by Johnny Rodz and Damian Adams, Karen Q debuted in 2014 for Victory Pro Wrestling under the name Karen Yu. At the end of 2015 she began wrestling outside her home promotion, adopting the name Karen Q for work outside Victory Pro. She began working shows for Ring of Honor in 2017. Beginning with a dark match before SHIMMER vol. 96 she formed a bickering team with Ray Lyn called the Bones of Contention, which has been a big part of her exposure through RISE.
Some matches:
vs. Tasha Steelz at WWR Identity Crisis, March 4, 2017
vs. Sumie Sakai at ROH on Sinclair #315 dark match, August 26, 2017
vs. Deonna Purrazzo no DQ at ROH Survival of the Fittest 2017 Night 2 dark match, November 18, 2017
vs. Jonathan Gresham at Beyond #LitUp, April 5, 2018
Kavita Devi
Trained by The Great Khali and the WWE Performance Center, Kavita Devi debuted for Continental Championship Wrestling in 2016. She was signed by WWE in 2017, appearing in a first-round loss to Dakota Kai in the MYC. She would have her second on-air match at Wrestlemania 34 in the women’s battle royal, memorably arousing the ire of Becky Lynch because she was wearing orange.
A match:
with Aliyah vs. Nixon Newell and Dakota Kai at NXT Live, April 19, 2018
Killer Kelly
Former and inaugural wXw Women’s champion
Trained by Bruno Brito and the wXw Academy staff, Killer Kelly debuted in 2016 for Wrestling Portugal [edit - actually 2010], adding “Killer” to her name in August 2017. She’s wrestled for various European indies, with wXw being her home. In 2018 she signed a UK contract with WWE and appeared on both nights of the WWE UK tournament special in a match against Toni Storm and Isla Dawn and a match against Charlie Morgan. She made her PROGRESS debut just last month against Toni Storm.
A match:
vs. Valkyrie at GWF Women’s Wrestling Revolution 8: All Eyes on Us, May 4, 2018
Lacey Lane
Former The Crash Women’s champion
Trained by Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley, Lacey Lane debuted in 2016. She’s largely worked across the US south and in Mexico as a ruda, becoming The Crash Women’s champion in the process. She was originally supposed to sign with WWE in 2017 but the offer was withdrawn due to arthritis in her knee, giving her another year on the indies to tweak her workouts toward improving her knee ahead of a second chance at WWE.
Some matches:
vs. Kennadi Brink (Jessicka Carr) at PW2.0 Heat Stroke, August 2, 2016
vs. Lio Rush at PW2.0 Mother Mayhem, May 2, 2017
with Shane Strickland vs. Jason Cade and Veda Scott at FEST Bring Your Mom, May 17, 2017
vs. Thunder Rosa vs. Kylie Rae at CWA Raven Black Memorial Tournament, January 27, 2018
vs. Tessa Blanchard vs. Santana Garrett for The Crash Women’s Championship at a The Crash live event, July 14, 2018
Meiko Satomura
Former World of Stardom champion, former AAAW World Single champion (2x), former and inaugural AAAW Tag Team champion (3x), former Sendai Girls World champion, 2016 Chikara King of Trios winner
Trained by Chigusa Nagayo, Meiko Satomura made her debut for GAEA in 1995. She would quickly find success, becoming an inaugural tag team champion for GAEA a little over a year into her career as well as becoming one of the women featured during WCW’s partnership with GAEA. In GAEA’s last show in 2005, she defeated Chigusa Nagayo in the main event, closing the door on the promotion. In 2006 she founded Sendai Girls, which has been her primary focus in the time since, though she continues to work other promotions, including time in Stardom and even tours in America with Chikara. She is widely renowned for her stiff, realistic style, and continues to be a very strong performer.
Some matches:
vs. Malia Hosaka at WCW Worldwide, November 10, 1996
vs. Akira Hokuto at WCW Pro, December 8, 1996
vs. Akira Hokuto at GAEA Limit Break Night 5, April 29, 2001
vs. Aja Kong for the AAAW World Singles Title at GAEA Yokohama Final Impact, April 3, 2005
vs. Kana (Asuka) at a Triple Tails produced event, February 13, 2011
vs. Kana (Asuka) at Kana’s Kana Pro Mania event, February 25, 2014
with Minoru Suzuki vs. Kana (Asuka) and Naomichi Marufuji at Kana’s Kana Pro Mania Reach event, June 16, 2014
vs. Viper at Pro-Wrestling EVE She-1 Ace of EVE Night 1 Show #2, November 11, 2017
Mercedes Martinez
Former NWA Midwest Women’s champion, former IWA Mid-South Women’s champion, former NCW International Femmes Fatales champion (2x), former SHIMMER champion (2x), former and longest reigning WSU World champion (3x), former WSU All Guts, No Glory champion, former WSU Tag Team champion, 2008 winner of the WSU Women’s J-Cup, 2011 winner of the WSU/NWS King and Queen of the Ring, former SHINE Tag Team champion, former WXW C4 Women’s champion, former WXW Cruiserweight champion, 2014 inductee in the WXW Hall of Fame, 2017 inductee in the WSU Hall of Fame
Trained by Jason Knight, Mercedes Martinez debuted in 2000, starting out in the New England independent scene where she quickly became the centerpiece of the newly-minted NECW women’s division. She is a SHIMMER original, wrestling Sara Del Rey to a time-limit draw on vol. 1; that match put SHIMMER on the map. She’s wrestled all over the US, becoming the focal point of women’s wrestling for several companies, particularly for WSU, where she went on a three-year reign with the world title before losing to Jessicka Havok. She also staked out two more achievements in WSU by having the two longest matches ever recorded in women’s wrestling history, first against Angel Orsini in a 70-minute iron woman match (60 minutes plus 10 minutes of sudden death), and again in a match against Lexxus the next year that went 73 minutes. After a two year retirement to rehab shoulder injuries and consider if she wanted to continue wrestling, Martinez returned to wrestling in 2016, forming a heel stable called the Trifecta with Nicole Savoy and Shayna Baszler in SHIMMER (the semifinal of last year’s MYC between Baszler and Martinez is actually the climax of that stable’s story). She has headed up several seminars for RISE and continues to wrestle pretty much everywhere.
vs. Athena (Ember Moon) at SHIMMER vol. 45, March 17, 2012
vs. Kimber Lee for the SHIMMER Championship at AAW Windy City Classic XII, November 26, 2016
vs. Ace Radic for the WXW Cruiserweight Championship at WXW Manic Mayhem, May 20, 2017
vs. Raeven Marie for the WXW Women’s Championship at WXW XTreme War, June 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard for the Phoenix of RISE Championship at RISE 9: Rise of the Knockouts, July 7, 2018
Mia Yim (Jade)
Former SHINE champion, former and inaugural SHINE Tag Team champion, former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion, former TNA Knockouts champion, 2016 Queen of the Knockouts
Trained by John Kermon, Mark Bravura, Christian York, and Daizee Haze, Mia Yim debuted in 2009 in the Virginia independent circuit. She would begin working for ROH and CZW within two years of her debut, and by 2012 she began making a splash in the all-women’s indies. She and Leva Bates would become SHINE Tag Team champions as the Lucha Sisters, later winning the SHINE Championship as well. She’s done several SHIMMER tapings, and her biggest national exposure came when she debuted for TNA in 2013 as Jade. She debuted as part of The Dollhouse with Marti Bell, eventually going on a singles run that saw her win the Knockouts Title from Madison Rayne in 2016. Her last feud in TNA was against Rosemary.
Some matches:
vs. Athena (Ember Moon) at AIW Girls’ Night Out 11, March 28, 2015
vs. Jordynne Grace at WWE #Revolutionary, July 31, 2017
vs. Deonna Purrazzo at WWR Adios Aurora, October 17, 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard at Battle Club Pro May the Queen Reign, May 26, 2018
vs. Matt Riddle at Smash Wrestling episode 50, June 28, 2018
MJ Jenkins
Trained by Johnny Rodz, MJ Jenkins debuted in 2015. She would make her first cracks at big exposure with her Impact debut on March 4, 2017 and her SHINE debut at SHINE 45. Near the end of last year she left Impact. Last month she signed with WWE.
vs. Dominique Fabiano at WWR Project XX dark match, April 10, 2016
vs. Vanity at WWR Brick House, May 20, 2017
vs. Deonna Purrazzo at Battle Club Pro The Bounty in Kings County, August 11, 2017
Nicole Matthews
Former SHIMMER champion, former SHIMMER Tag Team champion (2x), former ECCW champion (3x), former ECCW Tag Team champion (2x), former ECCW Women’s champion (4x)
Trained by Michelle Starr, Scotty Mac, and Vance Nevada, Nicole Matthews debuted in 2006, working the Canadian indies alongside Nattie Neidhart. She would debut in SHIMMER in 2007 at vol. 15, teaming with Portia Perez to form the Canadian NINJAs, twice winning the SHIMMER tag team championship. She would eventually win the SHIMMER Championship, holding it for a year. She’s made tours of Australia, Japan, and England, but her primary promotion for most of the year is Vancouver’s ECCW.
vs. Bishop for the ECCW Title at ECCW Ballroom Brawl 3, January 17, 2015
vs. Shayna Baszler at ECCW Ballroom Brawl V, January 16, 2016
Priscilla Kelly
Former and inaugural SHINE Nova champion
Trained by Murder-1, Priscilla Kelly debuted in 2015, wrestling in the Georgia independent scene before expanding outward to Tennessee and North Carolina. She made her SHINE debut at SHINE 37, gaining her the exposure to begin getting booked outside the South. She continues to be primarily based in the Georgia/Florida area, though she made her debut in Japan earlier this year for Tokyo Joshi Pro and DDT. She’s a succubus by gimmick, so that may be an interesting transition to adapt it for WWE.
Some matches:
vs. SIS at CWF Mid-Atlantic Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament 2017, March 25, 2017
vs. Joey Ryan vs. VANDAL at Fest Wrestling Brawl by the Beach, December 8, 2017
Rachel Evers (Rachael Ellering)
Former RPW Women’s champion, former WrestleCircus Lady of the Ring champion
Trained by Lance Storm, Rachel Evers debuted in 2015 for Prairie Wrestling Alliance alongside her trainer in a mixed tag team match. She would soon make her SHINE debut at SHINE 34 against Tessa Blanchard, sparking a series of matches between the two over the course of their careers to date. She made her SHIMMER debut at vol. 96, and has wrestled as unsigned talent for NXT several times. She’s done a tour of Japan with Stardom, ending that tour in a World of Stardom championship match against Io Shirai, and also worked with Impact. She was also part of last year’s Mae Young Classic.
vs. Kennadi Brink (Jessicka Carr) at ROH Road to Final Battle 2016 Night 1, October 21, 2016
vs. Su Yung at WWR Identity Crisis, March 4, 2017
vs. Tessa Blanchard for the WrestleCircus Lady of the Ring Championship at WrestleCircus SXWWrestleCircus, March 17, 2017
Reina Gonzalez
Trained by Ben Galvan, Richard Aleman, and George de la Isla, Reina Gonzalez debuted in 2014. She’s a second-generation wrestler and worked the Texas independent scene until being signed by WWE in 2016, where she has been at work in the Performance Center. She made her on-air debut in last year’s Mae Young Classic.
A match:
with Taynara Conti against Kairi Sane and Nikki Cross at NXT Live, May 20, 2018
Rhea Ripley
Former RCW Women’s champion (2x)
Trained up in Riot City Wrestling and the WWE Performance Center, Rhea Ripley debuted as Demi Bennett in 2013 for RCW, working the Australian indie scene, where she won two championships in RCW. She toured Japan, working in Reina, Diana, and ZERO1 during 2015-2016. She signed with WWE in 2017, making her on-air debut in last year’s Mae Young Classic.
Some matches:
vs. Harley Wonderland and Blair Alexis at RCW Key to the City 2015, October 10, 2015
vs. Savannah Summers for the RCW Women’s Title at RCW Reanimated 2016, January 30, 2016
vs. Kellyanne at RCW Strength 2017, April 22, 2017
Taynara Conti
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the staff of the WWE Performance Center, Taynara Conti debuted in 2017 at WWE Fan Axxess before continuing to work on the Florida NXT tours. She made her on-air debut in last year’s Mae Young Classic. She has since made occasional appearances on NXT, including being the Undisputed Era’s choice to engage with Nikki Cross during their feud with Sanity.
A match:
with Reina Gonzalez against Kairi Sane and Nikki Cross at NXT Live, May 20, 2018
Tegan Nox (Nixon Newell)
Former WCPW Women’s champion, former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion (2x)
Trained by Dave Stewart and Mike Hatchman, Tegan Nox debuted in 2013 and quickly began to make a name for herself on the UK independent scene as Nixon Newell. She would work almost exclusively in the UK before signing with WWE in 2017, with notable exceptions being a tour of Stardom and two SHIMMER weekends. She was originally scheduled to be part of the first Mae Young Classic but was unable to participate due to injury.
Some matches:
with Rob Cage vs. La Famiglia (Giuseppe and Connor Matthews) at PWM Welcome to the Family 2016, February 27, 2016
vs. Eva Summers and Audrey Bride for the PWA Queen of Diamonds Championship at RPW Wrestlefest, October 15, 2016
vs. Bea Priestley for the WCPW Women’s Championship at WCPW Loaded #24, February 13, 2017
vs. Bea Priestley for the WCPW Women’s Championship at WCPW Stacked, August 24, 2017
Toni Storm
Current wXw Women’s champion, former World of Stardom champion, former SWA World champion, former and inaugural PROGRESS women’s champion
Trained by Dean Allmark, Toni debuted in 2009 as Storm when she was just thirteen. She convinced her mother to let her move to England to live with her grandmother and train under the tutelage of Dean Allmark. She would debut for PROGRESS in 2014, becoming one of the focal points of the nascent women’s division and the first PROGRESS Women’s champion. She’s made waves internationally, to the point where she made her debut for SHIMMER at vol. 100 against Nicole Matthews, a debut that was years in the making due to just how packed her schedule was. She recently signed an NXT UK contract and will surely be a centerpiece of the new NXT UK women’s division.
vs. Madison Eagles for the Pacific Women’s Championship at PPW Second Impact, March 16, 2013
vs. The Alpha Female (Jazzy Gabert) at an EAW show some time before April 11, 2016
vs. Mia Yim at SWE Morals Don’t Pay the Bills, July 2, 2017
vs. Wesna for the PROGRESS Women’s Championship at GWF Women’s Revolution 8: All Eyes on Us, May 4, 2018
Vanessa Kraven
Current NCW International Femmes Fatales champion, former SHIMMER Tag Team champion, former NCW Women’s champion
Trained by Ron Hutchinson and Zaquary Springate III, Kraven debuted in 2004 for Northern Championship Wrestling in Canada. Her size (she’s 6’ tall) has helped her make her mark as The Mountain, and she’s wrestled throughout the United States and Canada, as well as several tours in Japan. She’s a regular for SHIMMER and SHINE, winning the SHIMMER Tag Team Championship with Tessa Blanchard.
vs. LuFisto at Smash Super Showdown, August 18, 2013
vs. Courtney Rush (Rosemary) at Smash TV, some time before November 5, 2014
vs. Candice LeRae at Smash TV, some time before June 4, 2015
Xia Brookside
Former IPW:UK Women’s champion
Trained by Dean Allmark, Robbie Brookside, and Robbie Dynamite, Xia Brookside debuted in 2015. Primarily based in the UK indies, she first ventured outside the home countries for a couple dates in Germany for GWF in 2016, and in 2017 she did her first Japan tour with Stardom. Since her second Stardom tour early this year, she made her US debut in RISE at RISE 7.5, doing a one-month tour of US indies following that show.
vs. Pollyanna at GWF Women’s Wrestling Revolution, March 9, 2016
vs. Thunder Rosa vs. Nicole Savoy at Inspire Pro There is No Tomorrow, May 27, 2018
vs. Angel Hayze at Shield Pro Wrestling presents Almost Pro Wrestling, July 7, 2018
vs. Little Miss Roxxy for the Bombshells Championship at British Bombshells event, some time before July 10, 2018
Xia Li
Trained by Matt Bloom, Sara Amato, and the rest of the staff of the WWE Performance Center, Xia Li made her debut in the first round of last year’s Mae Young Classic in a losing effort against Mercedes Martinez. She has since worked the NXT Florida house show loops.
A clip:
vs. Mercedes Martinez at WWE Mae Young Classic, July 13, 2017
Zatara
Current Reina de Xtreme champion, former RLL Women’s champion (2x)
Trained by Atemista and Montoya, Zatara debuted in 2008 and has largely wrestled through the Chilean independent scene where she has won numerous championships under the name Tiffany. She recently started wrestling under the name Zatara.
A match:
vs. Sara Phoenix vs. Alison Evans for the Reina de Xtrema championship at Xtreme Club Control X, February 18, 2018
Zeuxis
Current CMLL-Reina International champion, former Mexican National Women’s champion, former CMLL-Reina International Junior champion, former Reina World Tag Team champion (3x), won Princesa Sugehit’s mask at the CMLL 84th Anniversary Show
Trained by Franco Columbo, Huracán Ramirez, Negro Navarro, and El Satánico, Zeuxis debuted in 2008. Initially a técnica, she became a ruda in 2009, working for CMLL for the bulk of the last decade. At CMLL’s 84th anniversary show she wrestled 2017 MYC competitor Princesa Sugehit in the first ever women’s mask vs. mask match at a CMLL anniversary show. Zeuxis severed ties with CMLL earlier this year and has worked independently since June.
vs. Dark Angel (Sarah Stock) at CMLL Martes en Arena Mexico, August 25, 2015
vs. Silueta for the CMLL Mexican National Championship at CMLL Martes en Arena Mexico, February 23, 2016 Fall one Fall two Fall three
vs. Princesa Sugehit, mask vs. mask at CMLL 84th Anniversary Show, September 16, 2017
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2018.02.26 16:07 OsGameThreads GAME THREAD: Tigers (2-1) @ Orioles (0-3) - February 26, 2018

Tigers @ Orioles Game Info Links
First Pitch: 01:05 PM ET @ Ed Smith Stadium Gameday
Weather: Sunny, 80 F, Wind 15mph R To L Game Graph
TV: Strikezone Map
Radio: Notes: Away, Home
Tigers Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Orioles Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Martin, L CF 4 1 3 1 0 0 .333 Rasmus, Col RF 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Gerber CF 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 Mullins LF-CF 1 0 0 0 1 1 .000
Candelario 3B 1 0 1 0 1 0 .571 Mancini LF 3 1 1 1 0 0 .143
Amarista PR-3B 3 0 1 0 0 0 .222 Wynns C 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200
McCann, J C 3 0 1 2 0 1 .200 Machado SS 3 1 1 0 0 0 .429
Greiner PH-C 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Sardinas 3B 2 0 1 1 0 0 .500
Rogers C 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 Jones, A CF 3 0 1 0 0 0 .250
Hicks, J 1B 3 0 0 0 0 2 .125 Presley PR-LF 2 1 1 0 0 0 .500
Ficociello 1B 1 1 0 0 1 0 .333 Davis, C 1B 2 1 0 0 1 1 .125
Goodrum SS 3 2 2 0 0 0 .444 Salcedo 2B 1 0 0 0 0 0 .400
Alcantara, S SS 1 1 1 0 1 0 .500 Tejada SS 2 0 0 0 0 0 .222
Jones, J LF 3 1 2 2 0 0 .375 Schoop, J 2B 3 1 2 3 0 0 .333
Adduci LF 1 0 1 2 1 0 .667 Rosa, G PR-1B 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Rodriguez, Ro DH 3 0 1 0 0 1 .250 Trumbo DH 3 0 1 0 0 2 .286
Huffman PH-DH 2 0 0 0 0 0 .167 Stewart PR-DH 0 0 0 0 1 0 .429
Krizan RF 1 1 0 0 1 0 .250 Beckham, T 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 .222
Reyes, V RF 0 0 0 0 1 0 .250 Sisco C 2 0 1 0 0 0 .571
Lugo, D 2B 4 1 2 1 0 0 .286 Santander RF 2 1 1 0 0 0 .364
Tigers IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Orioles IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Fulmer, M 2.0 1 1 1 0 2 15-13 4.50 Gausman 1.1 6 5 5 1 2 17-13 33.75
Barbato 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Wotherspoon 0.2 1 0 0 1 1 9-5 0.00
Turnbull 1.1 2 3 3 1 2 14-10 20.25 Givens 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 4-4 0.00
Alexander 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Bleier 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00
Soto 1.0 3 1 0 0 1 8-8 0.00 Ferrell 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 8-8 13.50
Montgomery, M 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 9-5 0.00 Rodriguez, J 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 5-4 0.00
Moreno, G 0.2 1 0 0 1 1 9-5 0.00 Gamboa 1.0 1 2 2 3 0 16-3 18.00
Voelker 1.1 2 1 0 1 1 12-8 0.00 Hart 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 9.00
Yacabonis 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 7-3 0.00
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Tigers 0 5 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 8 15 2
Orioles 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 6 10 0
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Bottom 1 Trey Mancini homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. 1-0 BAL
Top 2 JaCoby Jones singles on a sharp line drive to center fielder Adam Jones. Niko Goodrum scores. JaCoby Jones to 2nd on the throw. 1-1
Dawel Lugo singles on a ground ball to left fielder Trey Mancini. JaCoby Jones scores. Jason Krizan to 2nd. 2-1 DET
Leonys Martin singles on a sharp line drive to center fielder Adam Jones. Jason Krizan scores. Dawel Lugo to 2nd. 3-1 DET
James McCann singles on a sharp ground ball to left fielder Trey Mancini. Dawel Lugo scores. Leonys Martin scores. Jeimer Candelario to 2nd. 5-1 DET
Bottom 4 Jonathan Schoop homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. Manny Machado scores. Chris Davis scores. 5-4 DET
Top 5 JaCoby Jones singles on a ground ball to left fielder Trey Mancini. Niko Goodrum scores. 6-4 DET
Bottom 6 Mark Trumbo singles on a ground ball to third baseman Alexi Amarista. Alex Presley scores. Garabez Rosa to 3rd. Throwing error by third baseman Alexi Amarista. 6-5 DET
Top 7 Jim Adduci singles on a ground ball to center fielder Cedric Mullins. Dominic Ficociello scores. Sergio Alcantara scores. 8-5 DET
Bottom 9 Luis Sardinas singles on a line drive to left fielder Jim Adduci. Anthony Santander scores. Cedric Mullins to 3rd. 8-6 DET

FINAL: 8-6 Tigers

Decisions
Tigers Barbato (W, 1-0) Soto (H, 1) Montgomery, M (H, 1) Moreno, G (H, 2) Voelker (S, 1)
Orioles Gausman (L, 0-1)
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2018.02.26 16:07 TigersBot GAME THREAD: Tigers (2-1) @ Orioles (0-3) - February 26, 2018

Tigers @ Orioles Game Info Links
First Pitch: 01:05 PM ET @ Ed Smith Stadium Gameday
Weather: Sunny, 80 F, Wind 15mph R To L Game Graph
TV: Strikezone Map
Radio: Notes: Away, Home
Tigers Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Orioles Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Martin, L CF 4 1 3 1 0 0 .333 Rasmus, Col RF 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Gerber CF 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 Mullins LF-CF 1 0 0 0 1 1 .000
Candelario 3B 1 0 1 0 1 0 .571 Mancini LF 3 1 1 1 0 0 .143
Amarista PR-3B 3 0 1 0 0 0 .222 Wynns C 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200
McCann, J C 3 0 1 2 0 1 .200 Machado SS 3 1 1 0 0 0 .429
Greiner PH-C 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Sardinas 3B 2 0 1 1 0 0 .500
Rogers C 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 Jones, A CF 3 0 1 0 0 0 .250
Hicks, J 1B 3 0 0 0 0 2 .125 Presley PR-LF 2 1 1 0 0 0 .500
Ficociello 1B 1 1 0 0 1 0 .333 Davis, C 1B 2 1 0 0 1 1 .125
Goodrum SS 3 2 2 0 0 0 .444 Salcedo 2B 1 0 0 0 0 0 .400
Alcantara, S SS 1 1 1 0 1 0 .500 Tejada SS 2 0 0 0 0 0 .222
Jones, J LF 3 1 2 2 0 0 .375 Schoop, J 2B 3 1 2 3 0 0 .333
Adduci LF 1 0 1 2 1 0 .667 Rosa, G PR-1B 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Rodriguez, Ro DH 3 0 1 0 0 1 .250 Trumbo DH 3 0 1 0 0 2 .286
Huffman PH-DH 2 0 0 0 0 0 .167 Stewart PR-DH 0 0 0 0 1 0 .429
Krizan RF 1 1 0 0 1 0 .250 Beckham, T 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 .222
Reyes, V RF 0 0 0 0 1 0 .250 Sisco C 2 0 1 0 0 0 .571
Lugo, D 2B 4 1 2 1 0 0 .286 Santander RF 2 1 1 0 0 0 .364
Tigers IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Orioles IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Fulmer, M 2.0 1 1 1 0 2 15-13 4.50 Gausman 1.1 6 5 5 1 2 17-13 33.75
Barbato 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Wotherspoon 0.2 1 0 0 1 1 9-5 0.00
Turnbull 1.1 2 3 3 1 2 14-10 20.25 Givens 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 4-4 0.00
Alexander 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Bleier 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00
Soto 1.0 3 1 0 0 1 8-8 0.00 Ferrell 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 8-8 13.50
Montgomery, M 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 9-5 0.00 Rodriguez, J 1.0 2 0 0 0 0 5-4 0.00
Moreno, G 0.2 1 0 0 1 1 9-5 0.00 Gamboa 1.0 1 2 2 3 0 16-3 18.00
Voelker 1.1 2 1 0 1 1 12-8 0.00 Hart 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 9.00
Yacabonis 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 7-3 0.00
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Tigers 0 5 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 8 15 2
Orioles 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 6 10 0
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Bottom 1 Trey Mancini homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. 1-0 BAL
Top 2 JaCoby Jones singles on a sharp line drive to center fielder Adam Jones. Niko Goodrum scores. JaCoby Jones to 2nd on the throw. 1-1
Dawel Lugo singles on a ground ball to left fielder Trey Mancini. JaCoby Jones scores. Jason Krizan to 2nd. 2-1 DET
Leonys Martin singles on a sharp line drive to center fielder Adam Jones. Jason Krizan scores. Dawel Lugo to 2nd. 3-1 DET
James McCann singles on a sharp ground ball to left fielder Trey Mancini. Dawel Lugo scores. Leonys Martin scores. Jeimer Candelario to 2nd. 5-1 DET
Bottom 4 Jonathan Schoop homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. Manny Machado scores. Chris Davis scores. 5-4 DET
Top 5 JaCoby Jones singles on a ground ball to left fielder Trey Mancini. Niko Goodrum scores. 6-4 DET
Bottom 6 Mark Trumbo singles on a ground ball to third baseman Alexi Amarista. Alex Presley scores. Garabez Rosa to 3rd. Throwing error by third baseman Alexi Amarista. 6-5 DET
Top 7 Jim Adduci singles on a ground ball to center fielder Cedric Mullins. Dominic Ficociello scores. Sergio Alcantara scores. 8-5 DET
Bottom 9 Luis Sardinas singles on a line drive to left fielder Jim Adduci. Anthony Santander scores. Cedric Mullins to 3rd. 8-6 DET

FINAL: 8-6 Tigers

Decisions
Tigers Barbato (W, 1-0) Soto (H, 1) Montgomery, M (H, 1) Moreno, G (H, 2) Voelker (S, 1)
Orioles Gausman (L, 0-1)
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2018.02.25 16:10 BuccosBot [GDT]: Pirates (0-2) @ Tigers (1-1) - February 25, 2018

Pirates @ Tigers Game Info Links
First Pitch: 01:05 PM ET @ Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium Gameday
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 85 F, Wind 8mph Out To LF Game Graph
TV: Strikezone Map
Radio: WXYT 1270, KDKA-FM 93.7 Notes: Away, Home
Pirates Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Tigers Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Frazier, A CF 1 0 0 0 2 0 .000 Martin, L CF 3 0 0 0 0 0 .125
Meadows CF 2 0 1 3 0 0 .800 Cameron CF 2 1 1 1 0 0 .500
Cunningham LF 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Iglesias, J SS 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Hill LF 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Amarista SS 2 1 1 2 0 0 .167
Moran 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 .167 Cabrera 1B 2 0 0 0 0 1 .333
Reyes, Al 3B 2 1 1 1 0 0 .500 Espinal, E 1B 3 1 1 2 0 1 .143
Bell DH 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000 Castellanos RF 2 1 1 1 0 0 .333
Williams, J PH-DH 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500 Krizan RF 3 1 1 1 0 0 .333
Jackson, B PR-DH 0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 Martinez, V DH 3 0 1 0 0 0 .400
Brentz RF 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Athmann PH-DH 1 0 1 0 0 0 1.000
Suchy RF 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Candelario 3B 1 1 1 0 1 0 .500
Osuna 1B 3 1 0 0 0 0 .000 Eaves 3B 2 0 1 0 0 0 .500
Suiter 1B 2 1 2 1 0 0 1.000 Mahtook LF 1 0 1 0 0 0 .667
Moroff SS 2 1 2 0 0 0 .500 Stewart LF 2 1 1 0 0 0 .500
Tucker PH-SS 2 0 0 0 1 2 .250 Norris, De C 2 0 0 1 0 0 .000
Kramer 2B 2 1 1 3 0 1 .333 Pena C 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Newman PH-2B 2 1 1 0 0 0 .250 Greiner C 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Stallings C 2 0 0 0 1 0 .000 Lugo, D 2B 2 1 0 0 1 1 .000
Kelley C 0 1 0 0 1 0 .000 Castro, H 2B 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Pirates IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Tigers IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Glasnow 2.0 2 2 2 0 2 18-13 9.00 Lewicki 1.2 2 3 0 2 1 18-10 0.00
Smoker 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Ravenelle 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 0.00
Schugel 0.1 1 0 0 1 0 6-2 0.00 Bell, C 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 11-11 0.00
Jones, T 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 2-2 0.00 Greene 1.0 0 0 0 2 2 15-7 0.00
Santana, Ed 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 0.00 VerHagen 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 7-6 0.00
Sadler 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Faedo 1.0 1 1 1 0 1 6-6 9.00
Stilson 0.2 4 5 5 1 0 13-8 47.25 Funkhouser 0.2 2 3 3 2 1 14-6 40.50
Scioneaux 0.1 3 1 1 0 0 8-5 27.00 Perez, F 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 0.00
Magnifico 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Reininger 1.0 2 1 1 0 2 9-9 9.00
Garcia, Y 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 0.00
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pirates 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 8 9 1
Tigers 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 8 11 1
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Top 2 Kevin Kramer homers (1) on a fly ball to right center field. Jose Osuna scores. Max Moroff scores. 3-0 PIT
Bottom 2 Nicholas Castellanos homers (1) on a fly ball to center field. 3-1 PIT
Derek Norris grounds out softly, third baseman Colin Moran to first baseman Jose Osuna. Jeimer Candelario scores. 3-2 PIT
Top 7 Alfredo Reyes hits an inside-the-park home run (1) on a fly ball to center field. 4-2 PIT
Bottom 7 Daz Cameron singles on a line drive to right fielder Michael Suchy. Christin Stewart scores. Dawel Lugo to 2nd. 4-3 PIT
Alexi Amarista triples (1) on a fly ball to right fielder Michael Suchy. Dawel Lugo scores. Daz Cameron scores. 5-4 DET
Edwin Espinal homers (1) on a fly ball to left center field. Alexi Amarista scores. 7-4 DET
Jason Krizan homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. 8-4 DET
Top 8 Austin Meadows triples (1) on a fly ball to center fielder Daz Cameron. Jerrick Suiter scores. Kevin Newman scores. Christian Kelley scores. 8-7 DET
Top 9 Jerrick Suiter doubles (2) on a fly ball to center fielder Daz Cameron, deflected by right fielder Jason Krizan. Bralin Jackson scores. 8-8

FINAL: TIE

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2018.02.25 16:05 TigersBot GAME THREAD: Pirates (0-2) @ Tigers (1-1) - February 25, 2018

Pirates @ Tigers Game Info Links
First Pitch: 01:05 PM ET @ Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium Gameday
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 85 F, Wind 8mph Out To LF Game Graph
TV: Strikezone Map
Radio: WXYT 1270, KDKA-FM 93.7 Notes: Away, Home
Pirates Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Tigers Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Frazier, A CF 1 0 0 0 2 0 .000 Martin, L CF 3 0 0 0 0 0 .125
Meadows CF 2 0 1 3 0 0 .800 Cameron CF 2 1 1 1 0 0 .500
Cunningham LF 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Iglesias, J SS 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Hill LF 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Amarista SS 2 1 1 2 0 0 .167
Moran 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 .167 Cabrera 1B 2 0 0 0 0 1 .333
Reyes, Al 3B 2 1 1 1 0 0 .500 Espinal, E 1B 3 1 1 2 0 1 .143
Bell DH 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000 Castellanos RF 2 1 1 1 0 0 .333
Williams, J PH-DH 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500 Krizan RF 3 1 1 1 0 0 .333
Jackson, B PR-DH 0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 Martinez, V DH 3 0 1 0 0 0 .400
Brentz RF 3 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Athmann PH-DH 1 0 1 0 0 0 1.000
Suchy RF 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Candelario 3B 1 1 1 0 1 0 .500
Osuna 1B 3 1 0 0 0 0 .000 Eaves 3B 2 0 1 0 0 0 .500
Suiter 1B 2 1 2 1 0 0 1.000 Mahtook LF 1 0 1 0 0 0 .667
Moroff SS 2 1 2 0 0 0 .500 Stewart LF 2 1 1 0 0 0 .500
Tucker PH-SS 2 0 0 0 1 2 .250 Norris, De C 2 0 0 1 0 0 .000
Kramer 2B 2 1 1 3 0 1 .333 Pena C 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Newman PH-2B 2 1 1 0 0 0 .250 Greiner C 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Stallings C 2 0 0 0 1 0 .000 Lugo, D 2B 2 1 0 0 1 1 .000
Kelley C 0 1 0 0 1 0 .000 Castro, H 2B 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Pirates IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Tigers IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Glasnow 2.0 2 2 2 0 2 18-13 9.00 Lewicki 1.2 2 3 0 2 1 18-10 0.00
Smoker 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Ravenelle 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 0.00
Schugel 0.1 1 0 0 1 0 6-2 0.00 Bell, C 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 11-11 0.00
Jones, T 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 2-2 0.00 Greene 1.0 0 0 0 2 2 15-7 0.00
Santana, Ed 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 0.00 VerHagen 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 7-6 0.00
Sadler 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Faedo 1.0 1 1 1 0 1 6-6 9.00
Stilson 0.2 4 5 5 1 0 13-8 47.25 Funkhouser 0.2 2 3 3 2 1 14-6 40.50
Scioneaux 0.1 3 1 1 0 0 8-5 27.00 Perez, F 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 0.00
Magnifico 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00 Reininger 1.0 2 1 1 0 2 9-9 9.00
Garcia, Y 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 5-5 0.00
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pirates 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 8 9 1
Tigers 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 8 11 1
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Top 2 Kevin Kramer homers (1) on a fly ball to right center field. Jose Osuna scores. Max Moroff scores. 3-0 PIT
Bottom 2 Nicholas Castellanos homers (1) on a fly ball to center field. 3-1 PIT
Derek Norris grounds out softly, third baseman Colin Moran to first baseman Jose Osuna. Jeimer Candelario scores. 3-2 PIT
Top 7 Alfredo Reyes hits an inside-the-park home run (1) on a fly ball to center field. 4-2 PIT
Bottom 7 Daz Cameron singles on a line drive to right fielder Michael Suchy. Christin Stewart scores. Dawel Lugo to 2nd. 4-3 PIT
Alexi Amarista triples (1) on a fly ball to right fielder Michael Suchy. Dawel Lugo scores. Daz Cameron scores. 5-4 DET
Edwin Espinal homers (1) on a fly ball to left center field. Alexi Amarista scores. 7-4 DET
Jason Krizan homers (1) on a fly ball to right field. 8-4 DET
Top 8 Austin Meadows triples (1) on a fly ball to center fielder Daz Cameron. Jerrick Suiter scores. Kevin Newman scores. Christian Kelley scores. 8-7 DET
Top 9 Jerrick Suiter doubles (2) on a fly ball to center fielder Daz Cameron, deflected by right fielder Jason Krizan. Bralin Jackson scores. 8-8

FINAL: TIE

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2017.10.14 15:31 Nebraska_Actually [Countdown To Tip-Off] Southland Conference

Southland Southland Conference

Conference RPI: 0.4481 (27th of 32)
Conference SOS: 0.4547 (27th of 32)
Champion: Central Arkansas Central Arkansas
2016-17 Final Standings
School Conference Overall Postseason
Central Arkansas Central Arkansas 16-2 26-5 NCAA 1st Round
Abilene Christian Abilene Christian 16-2 23-9 WNIT 2nd Round
Lamar Lamar 15-3 22-8 WBI 1st Round
Stephen F. Austin Stephen F Austin 14-4 25-8 None
New Orleans New Orleans 9-9 14-15 None
McNeese McNeese 8-10 14-17 None
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 8-10 14-18 None
Northwestern State Northwestern State 7-11 13-17 None
Nicholls Nicholls 7-11 10-20 None
Incarnate Word Incarnate Word 7-11 9-20 None
Houston Baptist Houston Baptist 4-14 6-22 None
Southeastern Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana 3-15 5-24 None
Sam Houston State Sam Houston State 3-15 3-25 None

Preseason All-Southland

New Orleans Randi Brown
Lamar Kiandre Bowers
Lamar Moe Kinard
Lamar Chastadie Barrs
Southeastern Louisiana Taylin Underwood
School 2017-18 Outlook
Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Despite a 16-2 conference record, ACU did not participate in the Southland Conference Tournament due to their transition to Division 1. This transition made them ineligible for the NCAA Tournament, but afforded them an invite to the WNIT. The Wildcats lose 4 of their 5 starters accounting for more than 70% of their scoring. Included in their losses are 2nd team All-Southland Alexis Mason, and twins Suzzy Dimba (1st team All-Conference) and Lizzy Dimba (3rd team All-Conference). The top returner is sophomore Breanna Wright (5.5 PPG, 3.7 APG). ACU will need some of their many underclassmen to step up in order to compete in the Southland this season. The most intriguing matchup on their schedule is a November 21 road game vs. SMU. SMU knocked Abilene Christian out of the WNIT last season, also played in Dallas.
Central Arkansas Central Arkansas UCA loses their top player and leading scorer Maggie Proffitt from last year (15.6 PPG, 67 3PM). They also lost their two best defensive weapons, Southland All-Defensive team member Raquel Logan (46 Blks, 34 Stls) and Brianna Mullins (40 stls). They do return their #2 and #3 scorers in Kierra Jordan (3rd team All-Conference, 13.4 PPG) and Taylor Baudoin (11.9 PPG). A schedule of self-harm includes road games against Baylor, Tennessee, and Texas A&M. Home games include NCAA D3 Hendrix College, NAIA Crowley’s Ridge, and NAIA Central Baptist.
Houston Baptist Houston Baptist Despite being a struggling program, HBU was a school that successfully escaped from the clutches of a sinking Great West Conference. Despite a 6-24 campaign, the road ahead looks to be even more difficult than last; HBU loses the top two scorers Lisa Zderadicka (11.0 PPG) and Heidi Byrd (7.9 PPG) from a team that averaged only 54.7 PPG in the first place (good for 327th nationwide). The biggest money game for Houston Baptist is a November 12 date with South Florida, but they also have road games against Rice, Oral Roberts, UTEP, UL Monroe, and La Tech. Of the four home games played in the non-conference, none are against Division 1 opponents.
Incarnate Word Incarnate Word I don’t know how a 9-20 team can have a 2nd team All-Conference player, but UIW had it in Celia Garcia Paunero (17.2 PPG, 11.6 RPG). The Cardinals will have big shoes to fill after her graduation. Fortunately their next best player is Southland Freshman of the Year Imani Robinson (12.2 PPG, 6.1 RPG). The Cardinals will rely far more heavily on Robinson, as she logged just 25.7 minutes per game and 10 starts. Big time games for UIW include Oklahoma State, Utah, Texas Tech, and a home game against Summit League heavyweight South Dakota.
Lamar Lamar Lamar returns some real talent, including Defensive Player of the Year Chastadie Barrs (4.7 Stls/Gm) and 2nd team All-Conference Moe Kinard (15.3 PPG). The Cardinals may also get back 2nd team All-Conference player Kiandra Bowers (14.3 PPG, 10.5 RPG), depending on how eligibility shakes out. Lamar had the misfortune of playing against eventual WBI Champion Rice in the 1st round of the tournament. They lost by just 1 point on the road. Their high-powered offense finished 37th nationally in scoring, expect the Cardinals to stay up there again this year. Schedule unreleased as of 9/18.
McNeese McNeese The Cowgirls didn’t have a standout year last year, which is bad because they also lose their top 2 scorers from last season’s campaign. The good news is they return their top rebounder, senior forward Frederica Haywood, who is poised to average a double-double this season. They also return their slashing PG Caitlin Davis, who led the team in assists (103) and free-throw attempts (152). Trips to Texas, Baylor, Louisiana Tech, and SMU make up a tough schedule, but they have a big home game when AAC opponent Tulane comes to town on November 29. Tulane made waves last season when they took UConn to the wire in conference play, ending in a 63-60 loss.
New Orleans New Orleans The Privateers are poised to make a run at the top of the Southland this year. They return 1st team All-Conference and Southland scoring leader Randi Brown (23.9 PPG, 85 3PM). Brown also led the team in steals (54) and assists (77). The Privateers also return their leading rebounder in junior Shania Woods (7.4 RPG).
Nicholls Nicholls The Colonels return top player and 3rd team All-Conference Cassidy Barrios. Barrios led Nicholls all major statistical categories (15.4 PPG, 7.3 RPG, 2.8 APG) and also led the team in blocks (26). The Colonels will rely heavily on her once again as they try to find replacements for Hope Pawlowski and Emani White. Sophomore Tykeria Williams should be stepping up (10.9 PPG, 84 Stls). Nicholls have LSU, Baylor and Iowa State on their non-conference slate, balanced out by Jackson State, Mississippi Valley State, NCAA D2 Spring Hill, plus NAIA Evangel and Southern University of New Orleans.
Northwestern State Northwestern State NSU loses their key player, 1st team All-Conference Beatrice Attura (20.6 PPG, 5.1 APG), but returns top rebounder in junior Cheyenne Brown (14.9 PPG, 6.7 RPG). The Demons finished the year 5th in team FT%, which is vital when scoring is lacking, and scorers will be hard to find this year.
Sam Houston State Sam Houston State A rough 2016-17 campaign included a loss to NAIA Wiley College early in the season. The Bearkats keep their top scorer (Jenniffer Oramas, 9.1 PPG) and top rebounder Lydia Baxter (6.6 RPG), but it may not be enough to outperform last year by much. They averaged just 52.9 PPG as a team last year, ranking 338th overall. The Bearkats will get a rematch when Wiley College returns on November 17, and a money game against LSU over winter break. They are fortunate enough to schedule 6 home games in the non-conference season, including four against Division 1 opponents.
Southeastern Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana SLU was a very young team last year, with only one contributing senior on the roster (Chey Stewart, 5.5 PPG). The Lions return their top 5 scorers, highlighted by 3rd team All-Conference Taylin Underwood, the team leader in points (18.6 PPG), rebounds (130), assists (90), and 2nd in steals (42). By all accounts this team has the depth to move up in the Southland, it’s just a matter of how far. The non-conference includes tougher games at LSU, TCU, Auburn, and Cincinnati, and winnable games against Alabama A&M, Alcorn State, and Akron.
Stephen F. Austin Stephen F Austin SFA must fill the void left by graduating Southland Player of the Year Taylor Ross (19.2 PPG, 4.6 APG). The Jacks’ top returning player is redshirt senior Stevi Parker (11.2 PPG, 8.6 RPG). The next best scorer returning is Kennedy Harris (5.6 PPG). Tough games on their schedule include Kansas State, South Dakota and Montana, but it really falls off quickly after that. With what the Jacks have coming back, it will be difficult to fight for the top of the Southland this season.
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas A&M-Corpus Christi The Islanders have a healthy smattering of upper- and underclassmen, which is good because nobody really stood out in any statistical category last year. The leading scorer (Brittany Mbamalu) averaged 9.3 PPG, the leading rebounder (Camesha Davis) averaged 5.9 RPG, and the assists leader (Emma Young) averaged 1.6 APG. This is a win-by-committee team, and they did a fair amount of it despite not having any standouts last year, finishing 14-18 overall. The Islanders look to be piling in some wins before conference play, with their toughest game being a road test against WAC leader New Mexico State. Otherwise they have NCAA D3 Texas Lutheran and McMurray being the only participants in the “Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Classic,” 2 games against UTRGV, NCAA D2 Texas A&M International, NAIA St. Thomas (Houston), Prairie View A&M and Florida A&M. All they are missing is Chicago State.

Coaches

School Coach Season
Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Julie Goodenough 6th
Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Sandra Rushing 6th
Houston Baptist Houston Baptist Donna Finnie 5th
Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Christy Smith 2nd
Lamar Lamar Robin Harmony 5th
McNeese McNeese Kacie Cryer 2nd
New Orleans New Orleans Keeshawn Davenport 7th
Nicholls Nicholls Dobee Plaisance 10th
Northwestern State Northwestern State Jordan Dupuy 2nd
Sam Houston State Sam Houston State Brenda Welch-Nichols 12th
Southeastern Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana Ayla Guzzardo 1st
Stephen F. Austin Stephen F. Austin Mark Kellogg 3rd
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Royce Chadwick 6th
Champion Prediction: Lamar Lamar
Fast Facts:
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2017.09.30 23:10 HeltonsGoatee Game Chat 9/30 Dodgers (102-58) @ Rockies (87-73) 6:10 PM MT

Dodgers (102-58) @ Rockies (87-73)

First Pitch: 6:10 PM MT at Coors Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Dodgers Clayton Kershaw (18-4, 2.21 ERA) SNLA Spanish, MLBN (out-of-market only), SportsNet LA KTNQ 1020, 570 LA Sports
Rockies German Marquez (11-7, 4.38 ERA) MLBN (out-of-market only), ATT SportsNet-RM KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM
MLB Fangraphs Brooks Baseball Reddit Stream IRC Chat
Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
LAD 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 5 8 2
COL 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 0

Box Score

COL AB R H RBI BB SO BA LAD AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Blackmon 3 0 2 1 0 1 .330 CF Taylor, C 5 0 2 2 0 0 .288
3B Valaika 2 0 1 0 0 0 .264 SS Seager, C 4 0 0 0 0 0 .291
2B LeMahieu 3 0 1 0 0 0 .311 SS Culberson 0 0 0 0 0 0 .167
PR-CF Tapia, R 2 0 0 0 0 0 .290 3B Turner 2 0 0 0 0 0 .321
3B Arenado 3 0 2 0 0 1 .309 PH Grandal 1 0 0 0 0 1 .248
PR-2B Amarista 1 0 0 0 0 1 .238 P Baez, P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
SS Story 4 0 0 0 0 2 .237 P Jansen 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500
1B Reynolds, Ma 3 0 0 0 0 1 .267 1B Bellinger 4 0 1 0 0 2 .266
LF Tauchman 1 0 0 0 0 1 .174 C Barnes, A 4 0 0 0 0 2 .286
RF Gonzalez, C 3 1 2 1 0 0 .262 LF Granderson 3 1 1 0 0 0 .212
PR-1B McMahon 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125 PH-LF Hernandez 1 0 0 0 0 0 .213
LF-1B Desmond 3 1 1 0 0 0 .276 RF Puig 2 4 2 2 1 0 .263
P Chatwood 0 0 0 0 0 0 .154 2B Utley 3 0 2 1 0 0 .238
P McGee 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 PR Locastro 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
P Ottavino 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 3B Farmer 0 0 0 0 0 0 .316
PH Hanigan 1 0 0 0 0 1 .263 P Kershaw 0 0 0 0 0 0 .184
P Dunn 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 PH Ethier 1 0 0 0 0 0 .242
P Holland, G 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 P Watson 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
C Lucroy 2 1 1 1 1 0 .305 P Morrow 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
C Wolters 1 0 1 0 0 0 .237 PH Pederson 1 0 0 0 0 0 .207
P Marquez 1 0 0 0 0 0 .178 P Stewart 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250
PH-RF Parra 2 0 0 0 0 1 .311 P Cingrani 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
COL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA LAD IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Marquez 6.0 6 3 3 1 2 73-48 4.39 Kershaw 4.0 7 3 3 0 2 57-41 2.31
Chatwood 0.2 0 1 1 0 0 15-8 4.69 Watson 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 22-18 3.38
McGee 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 3.61 Morrow 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 9-5 2.06
Ottavino 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 16-10 5.16 Stewart 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 5-4 3.41
Dunn 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 4.47 Cingrani 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 7-7 4.22
Holland, G 0.2 2 1 1 0 1 12-8 3.61 Baez, P 0.2 0 0 0 0 2 10-7 2.95

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Carlos Gonzalez homers (14) on a fly ball to right center field. 1-0
2 Jonathan Lucroy doubles (21) on a line drive to left fielder Curtis Granderson. Ian Desmond scores. 2-0
2 Charlie Blackmon singles on a sharp line drive to right fielder Yasiel Puig. Jonathan Lucroy scores. 3-0
3 Chris Taylor grounds out sharply, shortstop Trevor Story to first baseman Mark Reynolds. Yasiel Puig scores. 3-1
5 Yasiel Puig homers (28) on a fly ball to right center field. Curtis Granderson scores. 3-3
7 Chris Taylor grounds out sharply, pitcher Tyler Chatwood to second baseman Alexi Amarista to first baseman Ryan McMahon. Yasiel Puig scores. Chase Utley to 3rd. 3-4
9 Chase Utley doubles (20) on a sharp line drive to center fielder Raimel Tapia. Yasiel Puig scores. 3-5

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Brandon Morrow (6-0, 2.06) Tyler Chatwood (8-15, 4.69)
Game ended at 9:34 PM MDT.
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2017.09.30 23:10 DodgerBot Game Chat 9/30 - Dodgers (102-58) @ Rockies (87-73) 5:10 PM PT

Dodgers (102-58) @ Rockies (87-73)

First Pitch: 6:10 PM MT at Coors Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Dodgers Clayton Kershaw (18-4, 2.21 ERA) SNLA Spanish, MLBN (out-of-market only), SportsNet LA KTNQ 1020, 570 LA Sports
Rockies German Marquez (11-7, 4.38 ERA) MLBN (out-of-market only), ATT SportsNet-RM KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM
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Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
LAD 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 5 8 2
COL 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 0

Box Score

COL AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Blackmon 3 0 2 1 0 1 .330
3B Valaika 2 0 1 0 0 0 .264
2B LeMahieu 3 0 1 0 0 0 .311
PR-CF Tapia, R 2 0 0 0 0 0 .290
3B Arenado 3 0 2 0 0 1 .309
PR-2B Amarista 1 0 0 0 0 1 .238
SS Story 4 0 0 0 0 2 .237
1B Reynolds, Ma 3 0 0 0 0 1 .267
LF Tauchman 1 0 0 0 0 1 .174
RF Gonzalez, C 3 1 2 1 0 0 .262
PR-1B McMahon 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125
LF-1B Desmond 3 1 1 0 0 0 .276
P Chatwood 0 0 0 0 0 0 .154
P McGee 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
P Ottavino 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
PH Hanigan 1 0 0 0 0 1 .263
P Dunn 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
P Holland, G 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
C Lucroy 2 1 1 1 1 0 .305
C Wolters 1 0 1 0 0 0 .237
P Marquez 1 0 0 0 0 0 .178
PH-RF Parra 2 0 0 0 0 1 .311
COL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Marquez 6.0 6 3 3 1 2 73-48 4.39
Chatwood 0.2 0 1 1 0 0 15-8 4.69
McGee 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 3.61
Ottavino 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 16-10 5.16
Dunn 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 5-4 4.47
Holland, G 0.2 2 1 1 0 1 12-8 3.61
LAD AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Taylor, C 5 0 2 2 0 0 .288
SS Seager, C 4 0 0 0 0 0 .291
SS Culberson 0 0 0 0 0 0 .167
3B Turner 2 0 0 0 0 0 .321
PH Grandal 1 0 0 0 0 1 .248
P Baez, P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
P Jansen 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500
1B Bellinger 4 0 1 0 0 2 .266
C Barnes, A 4 0 0 0 0 2 .286
LF Granderson 3 1 1 0 0 0 .212
PH-LF Hernandez 1 0 0 0 0 0 .213
RF Puig 2 4 2 2 1 0 .263
2B Utley 3 0 2 1 0 0 .238
PR Locastro 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
3B Farmer 0 0 0 0 0 0 .316
P Kershaw 0 0 0 0 0 0 .184
PH Ethier 1 0 0 0 0 0 .242
P Watson 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
P Morrow 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
PH Pederson 1 0 0 0 0 0 .207
P Stewart 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250
P Cingrani 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
3B-2B Forsythe 1 0 0 0 0 1 .227
LAD IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Kershaw 4.0 7 3 3 0 2 57-41 2.31
Watson 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 22-18 3.38
Morrow 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 9-5 2.06
Stewart 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 5-4 3.41
Cingrani 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 7-7 4.22
Baez, P 0.2 0 0 0 0 2 10-7 2.95
Jansen 1.1 1 0 0 0 2 20-14 1.32

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Carlos Gonzalez homers (14) on a fly ball to right center field. 1-0
2 Jonathan Lucroy doubles (21) on a line drive to left fielder Curtis Granderson. Ian Desmond scores. 2-0
2 Charlie Blackmon singles on a sharp line drive to right fielder Yasiel Puig. Jonathan Lucroy scores. 3-0
3 Chris Taylor grounds out sharply, shortstop Trevor Story to first baseman Mark Reynolds. Yasiel Puig scores. 3-1
5 Yasiel Puig homers (28) on a fly ball to right center field. Curtis Granderson scores. 3-3
7 Chris Taylor grounds out sharply, pitcher Tyler Chatwood to second baseman Alexi Amarista to first baseman Ryan McMahon. Yasiel Puig scores. Chase Utley to 3rd. 3-4
9 Chase Utley doubles (20) on a sharp line drive to center fielder Raimel Tapia. Yasiel Puig scores. 3-5

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Brandon Morrow (6-0, 2.06) Tyler Chatwood (8-15, 4.69)
Game ended at 8:34 PM PDT.
Attendance Weather Wind
48,103 64 degrees, partly cloudy 8 mph, Out to CF
HP: Doug Eddings, 1B: Jeff Nelson, 2B: Cory Blaser, 3B: Ryan Blakney
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2017.07.23 18:10 HeltonsGoatee Game Chat 7/23 Pirates (49-49) @ Rockies (57-42) 1:10 PM MT

Pirates (49-49) @ Rockies (57-42)

First Pitch: 1:10 PM MT at Coors Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Pirates Ivan Nova (10-6, 3.27 ERA) ATT SportsNet-PIT KDKA-FM 93.7
Rockies Kyle Freeland (9-7, 3.67 ERA) ATT SportsNet-RM KNRV 1150, KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM
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Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
PIT 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 11 0
COL 0 0 4 0 1 7 0 1 x 13 15 0

Box Score

COL AB R H RBI BB SO BA PIT AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Blackmon 5 2 3 2 0 0 .328 LF-CF Marte 5 0 2 1 0 0 .272
P Ottavino 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2B-3B Harrison 5 1 3 0 0 0 .277
P Dunn 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 CF McCutchen 3 0 0 0 0 2 .292
2B LeMahieu 3 2 1 0 1 1 .311 PH-2B Frazier, A 2 0 1 0 0 0 .267
3B Arenado 5 1 2 3 0 2 .314 3B Freese 3 1 1 1 1 0 .251
1B Reynolds, Ma 5 2 3 3 0 1 .286 P Marinez 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167
LF Desmond 5 0 1 1 0 2 .286 1B Bell 4 0 1 1 1 1 .248
RF Gonzalez, C 5 1 2 0 0 1 .226 RF Osuna 5 1 2 0 0 0 .248
SS Story 3 2 1 2 1 0 .237 C Cervelli 2 0 0 0 1 0 .271
C Hanigan 3 2 1 0 1 0 .257 C Stewart 0 0 0 0 1 0 .214
P Freeland 2 0 0 0 0 1 .205 SS Mercer 3 0 1 0 0 0 .262
PH Valaika 1 1 1 2 0 0 .256 P LeBlanc 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200
P Oberg 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 P Hudson 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
PH-CF Amarista 1 0 0 0 0 0 .258 LF Jaso 1 0 0 0 0 1 .221
COL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA PIT IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Freeland 6.0 6 2 2 2 3 108-63 3.64 Nova 5.0 9 7 7 1 5 81-56 3.62
Oberg 1.0 2 0 0 1 1 23-13 5.72 LeBlanc 0.2 4 5 5 2 1 28-15 4.76
Ottavino 1.0 3 1 1 1 2 30-18 5.66 Hudson 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 6-3 4.08
Dunn 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 9-7 4.68 Marinez 2.0 2 1 1 0 2 24-19 3.88

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
3 Charlie Blackmon singles on a fly ball to right fielder Jose Osuna. Trevor Story scores. Ryan Hanigan to 3rd. 1-0
3 Nolan Arenado singles on a ground ball to left fielder Starling Marte. Ryan Hanigan scores. Charlie Blackmon scores. DJ LeMahieu to 2nd. 3-0
3 Ian Desmond grounds out softly, third baseman David Freese to first baseman Josh Bell. DJ LeMahieu scores. Nolan Arenado to 3rd. Mark Reynolds to 2nd. 4-0
4 Josh Bell singles on a sharp ground ball to left fielder Ian Desmond. Josh Harrison scores. 4-1
5 Charlie Blackmon homers (24) on a fly ball to left field. 5-1
6 David Freese homers (7) on a fly ball to center field. 5-2
6 Trevor Story homers (13) on a line drive to left field. Carlos Gonzalez scores. 7-2
6 Pat Valaika homers (8) on a fly ball to left field. Ryan Hanigan scores. 9-2
6 Nolan Arenado singles on a line drive to center fielder Andrew McCutchen. DJ LeMahieu scores. 10-2
6 Mark Reynolds homers (21) on a fly ball to right field. Nolan Arenado scores. 12-2
8 Starling Marte singles on a fly ball to center fielder Alexi Amarista. Jose Osuna scores. Chris Stewart to 3rd. 12-3
8 Mark Reynolds homers (22) on a fly ball to center field. 13-3

Highlights

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher
Kyle Freeland (10-7, 3.64) Ivan Nova (10-7, 3.62)
Game ended at 4:32 PM MDT.
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2017.07.23 15:13 BuccosBot [GDT] Pirates (49-49) @ Rockies (57-42) - July 23, 2017

Game Info Links
First Pitch: 03:10 PM [email protected] Coors Field Gameday
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 89 F, Wind 5mph Out To CF Game Graph
TV: ATT SportsNet-RM, ATT SportsNet-PIT Strikezone Map
Radio: KNRV 1150, KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM, KDKA-FM 93.7 Notes: Away, Home
Pirates Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA Rockies Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
Marte LF-CF 5 0 2 1 0 0 .272 Blackmon CF 5 2 3 2 0 0 .328
Harrison 2B-3B 5 1 3 0 0 0 .277 Ottavino P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
McCutchen CF 3 0 0 0 0 2 .292 Dunn P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Frazier, A PH-2B 2 0 1 0 0 0 .267 LeMahieu 2B 3 2 1 0 1 1 .311
Freese 3B 3 1 1 1 1 0 .251 Arenado 3B 5 1 2 3 0 2 .314
Marinez P 1 0 0 0 0 1 .167 Reynolds, Ma 1B 5 2 3 3 0 1 .286
Bell 1B 4 0 1 1 1 1 .248 Desmond LF 5 0 1 1 0 2 .286
Osuna RF 5 1 2 0 0 0 .248 Gonzalez, C RF 5 1 2 0 0 1 .226
Cervelli C 2 0 0 0 1 0 .271 Story SS 3 2 1 2 1 0 .237
Stewart C 0 0 0 0 1 0 .214 Hanigan C 3 2 1 0 1 0 .257
Mercer SS 3 0 1 0 0 0 .262 Freeland P 2 0 0 0 0 1 .205
LeBlanc P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 Valaika PH 1 1 1 2 0 0 .256
Hudson P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Oberg P 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Jaso LF 1 0 0 0 0 1 .221 Amarista PH-CF 1 0 0 0 0 0 .258
Nova P 1 0 0 0 0 1 .026
Moroff SS 2 0 0 0 0 1 .123
Pirates IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA Rockies IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Nova 5.0 9 7 7 1 5 81-56 3.62 Freeland 6.0 6 2 2 2 3 108-63 3.64
LeBlanc 0.2 4 5 5 2 1 28-15 4.76 Oberg 1.0 2 0 0 1 1 23-13 5.72
Hudson 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 6-3 4.08 Ottavino 1.0 3 1 1 1 2 30-18 5.66
Marinez 2.0 2 1 1 0 2 24-19 3.88 Dunn 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 9-7 4.68
Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Pirates 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 11 0
Rockies 0 0 4 0 1 7 0 1 13 15 0
Inning Scoring Play Description Score
Bottom 3 Charlie Blackmon singles on a fly ball to right fielder Jose Osuna. Trevor Story scores. Ryan Hanigan to 3rd. 1-0
Nolan Arenado singles on a ground ball to left fielder Starling Marte. Ryan Hanigan scores. Charlie Blackmon scores. DJ LeMahieu to 2nd. 3-0
Ian Desmond grounds out softly, third baseman David Freese to first baseman Josh Bell. DJ LeMahieu scores. Nolan Arenado to 3rd. Mark Reynolds to 2nd. 4-0
Top 4 Josh Bell singles on a sharp ground ball to left fielder Ian Desmond. Josh Harrison scores. 4-1
Bottom 5 Charlie Blackmon homers (24) on a fly ball to left field. 5-1
Top 6 David Freese homers (7) on a fly ball to center field. 5-2
Bottom 6 Trevor Story homers (13) on a line drive to left field. Carlos Gonzalez scores. 7-2
Pat Valaika homers (8) on a fly ball to left field. Ryan Hanigan scores. 9-2
Nolan Arenado singles on a line drive to center fielder Andrew McCutchen. DJ LeMahieu scores. 10-2
Mark Reynolds homers (21) on a fly ball to right field. Nolan Arenado scores. 12-2
Top 8 Starling Marte singles on a fly ball to center fielder Alexi Amarista. Jose Osuna scores. Chris Stewart to 3rd. 12-3
Bottom 8 Mark Reynolds homers (22) on a fly ball to center field. 13-3
Team Highlight
COL Freeland's athletic play
COL Blackmon's RBI single
COL Arenado's two-run single
COL Desmond's RBI groundout
PIT Bell's RBI single
COL Freeland evades bases-loaded jam
PIT Mercer's great backhanded play
COL Blackmon's solo home run
PIT Harrison robs Desmond
PIT Freese's solo home run
COL Arenado's slick play
COL Story's two-run homer
COL Valaika's two-run homer
COL Arenado's RBI single
COL Reynolds' two-run homer
PIT Nova K's Arenado
PIT Marte's nice running grab
PIT Marte's RBI single
COL Reynolds' second homer of game

FINAL: 13-3 Rockies

Decisions
Pirates Nova (L, 10-7)
Rockies Freeland (W, 10-7)
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2017.06.25 17:40 feedreddit TRUMP declines to blame Obama on FOX -- BILL COHAN on how GARY COHN ‘fell for’ Trump -- KOCH network plans to spend 300-400M in ‘18 -- SPOTTED at MNUCHIN’s wedding -- FIELDS/WEINSTEIN nuptials pool report

TRUMP declines to blame Obama on FOX -- BILL COHAN on how GARY COHN ‘fell for’ Trump -- KOCH network plans to spend 300-400M in ‘18 -- SPOTTED at MNUCHIN’s wedding -- FIELDS/WEINSTEIN nuptials pool report
by [email protected] (Daniel Lippman) via POLITICO - TOP Stories
URL: http://ift.tt/2ta8Br1
Good Sunday morning. THE PRESIDENT left the White House at 9:16 a.m. “in golf clothes (white shirt, white cap, dark slacks),” per pooler Alexis Simendinger. “Agents are dressed in their khakis and plaid, baggy, short-sleeved shirts--attire accessorized with ball caps. One was just practicing a pantomimed golf swing in the driveway.” … Trump pulled into Trump National Golf Club in Virginia at 9:51 a.m.
STATEMENT FROM PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP (@realDonaldTrump) at 8 a.m.: “Hillary Clinton colluded with the Democratic Party in order to beat Crazy Bernie Sanders. Is she allowed to so collude? Unfair to Bernie!”
-- NOTE: Hillary Clinton became the Democratic Party’s nominee 334 days ago. Trump beat her 229 days ago.
MICHAEL KRUSE in POLITICO Magazine, “I Found Trump’s Diary -- Hiding in Plain Sight: Legally risky, undiplomatic and sometimes wrong, Trump’s Twitter feed is a document for the ages. And historians don’t want to lose it”: “In the presumed absence, then, of a more traditional version of the form, Trump’s collected tweets comprise the closest thing to a diary this presidency will produce.
“And that is what makes the messages from @realDonaldTrump, almost 800 and counting since January 20, 2017, such a prize to those who care the most about lasting insight into the president and this administration. If @realDonaldTrump was to go dark, and Trump stopped tweeting to his more than 32 million followers, humans and bots alike, the loss from a historical standpoint would be acute.” http://politi.co/2t9dyzX
TRUMP ON “FOX AND FRIENDS” SUNDAY MORNING -- PETE HEGSETH: “Who’s been your biggest opponent? Has it been Democrats resisting? Has it been fake news media? Has it been deep state leaks? What’s -- when you think about it, what holds it up the most? --” … TRUMP: … “One of the things that should be solved, but it probably won’t be, is that the Republicans and Democrats don’t get together. And I’m open arms; but, I don’t see that happening. They fight each other. The level of hostility. In other words, this isn’t just Trump, this has been like this for years. You’ve been doing this for a long time, it’s been like that for a long time. But the level of hostility – as an example, the healthcare bill that you are reporting on and that everybody’s reporting on.”
-- TRUMP WAS TEED UP, BUT DECLINES TO BLAME OBAMA: HEGSETH: “How frustrating is it to have former President Obama there, out there leading the resistance?” TRUMP: “Well I think -- I don’t think he’s leading it. He actually just put out a small statement. I don’t see that leading it. But other people are leading.”
-- TRUMP HITS WARREN … AGAIN: HEGSETH: “How do you overcome that when someone like Senator Warren – Elizabeth Warren literally says ‘People are going to die because of President Trump’s health-care bill’?” TRUMP: “Well I actually think she’s a hopeless case. I call her Pocahontas, and that’s an insult to Pocahontas. I actually think that she is just somebody that’s got a lot of hatred, a lot of anger.”
WHAT TO WATCH FOR THIS WEEK -- “Will Anthony Kennedy step down from the Supreme Court?” by AP’s Mark Sherman: “The Supreme Court enters its final week of work before a long summer hiatus with action expected on the Trump administration’s travel ban and a decision due in a separation of church and state case that arises from a Missouri church playground. The biggest news of all, though, would be if Justice Anthony Kennedy were to use the court’s last public session on Monday to announce his retirement.
“To be sure, Kennedy has given no public sign that he will retire this year and give President Donald Trump his second high court pick in the first months of his administration. Kennedy’s departure would allow conservatives to take firm control of the court. But Kennedy turns 81 next month and has been on the court for nearly 30 years. Several of his former law clerks have said they think he is contemplating stepping down in the next year or so. Kennedy and his clerks were gathering over the weekend for a reunion that was pushed up a year and helped spark talk he might be leaving the court.” http://bit.ly/2t5rBWQ
-- KELLYANNE CONWAY on ABC’S “THIS WEEK”: CONWAY: “I will never reveal a conversation between a sitting justice and the president or the White House, but we’re paying very close attention to these last bit of decisions. And I can tell you one thing, just as the president did with Justice Neil Gorsuch, whenever there are vacancies, whenever that happens, he will look for somebody who has fidelity to the constitution, who doesn’t make up the law as they go along, and somebody who has the judicial temperament and a record that's beyond reproach, as did Justice Gorsuch.
“We just hope the next time we can get more than a handful of Democratic senators to vote for our nominee to the Supreme Court and to the federal courts. We’d like a lot more cooperation from our Democratic friends. We know obstruction and resistance is their motto. It's not working. And it’s not working for the American people, Supreme Court nominations and otherwise.”
THE BIG PICTURE -- “The weakest defense in Washington? Saying ‘I don’t recall’,” by Darren Samuelsohn: “Some of President Donald Trump’s closest confidants seem to be suffering from an affliction common in high-stakes White House investigations: memory loss. In his recent testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee concerning his role in the unfolding Russia saga, Attorney General Jeff Sessions answered questions with some variation of ‘I do not recall’ more than 20 times. Amnesia is often a favorite response from witnesses in criminal and congressional investigations, and it’s often the most truthful reply—but people caught up in scandals can wind up facing perjury or other charges if prosecutors can later show they were intentionally trying to dodge tough questions.” http://politi.co/2t5ihSQ
HOW TIMES CHANGE -- “Freedom Caucus holds fire on Senate Obamacare repeal bill,” by Kyle Cheney and Rachael Bade: “The most hardline conservatives in the House are taking an unusually cautious approach to the Senate's Obamacare replacement, promising to keep an open mind about whatever their colleagues across the Capitol send back. It’s a change in strategy for the House Freedom Caucus. When House leaders first released a health care bill in February, for instance, group members took to television talk shows to pan the plan as ‘Obamacare lite,’ furious that it didn't, in their eyes, do enough to unravel the 2010 health care law.
“They also threatened to withhold their support until changes were made, and later won concessions. For now, those hardball tactics have disappeared. As the Senate looks to pass its own health care legislation this week, those same House conservatives are taking a more measured approach -- even as several conservatives in the Senate are currently balking at the bill.” http://politi.co/2u2UDDF
BUT, BUT, BUT … “Senate health-care bill faces serious resistance from GOP moderates,” by WaPo’s Juliet Eilperin and Amy Goldstein: “A small group of moderate Republican senators, worried that their leaders’ health-care bill could damage the nation’s social safety net, may pose at least as significant an obstacle to the measure’s passage as their colleagues on the right. The vast changes the legislation would make to Medicaid, the country’s broadest source of public health insurance, would represent the largest single step the government has ever taken toward conservatives’ long-held goal of reining in federal spending on health-care entitlement programs in favor of a free-market system.
“That dramatic shift and the bill’s bold redistribution of wealth — the billions of dollars taken from coverage for the poor would help fund tax cuts for the wealthy — is creating substantial anxiety for several Republican moderates whose states have especially benefited from the expansion of Medicaid that the Affordable Care Act has allowed since 2014.” http://wapo.st/2sPOf36
-- WHO TO WATCH: Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio), Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) and Dean Heller (R-Nev.).
-- THE PROBLEM: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is going to have to cajole and lean on moderate and conservative senators to find enough votes. While he may be able to tweak the bill on the margins to bring some of the lawmakers on board -- and lawmakers will be able to add amendments to the underlying bill text -- it’s unclear if he’ll be able to thread the needle for passage next week. As we wrote earlier this week, McConnell is going to put this bill up for a vote no matter what -- he wants lawmakers on the record.
KOCH WATCH -- “Koch network ramps up political spending while trying to push Trump team,” by Kevin Robillard in Colorado Springs, Colorado: “The leadership of the Koch brothers' network is brushing off its occasionally chilly attitude toward President Donald Trump, trying to nudge the administration in its direction as the group’s annual summit began Saturday just after Charles Koch met with Vice President Mike Pence. The network of conservative donors announced Saturday it plans to spend between $300 million and $400 million on politics and policy during the 2018 cycle. …
“The millions from the Koch network and its wealthy allies will boost the Trump administration on some key priorities, especially tax reform and rolling back regulations. It also will help push back against others — especially Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ desire to implement tough-on-crime policies — and working to make Obamacare repeal efforts more conservative. And they could prove critical to Republican efforts to retain the House and expand a majority in the Senate.” http://politi.co/2t9Ii4k
-- “Koch chief says health care bill insufficiently conservative,” by AP’s Steve Peoples: “Tim Phillips, who leads Americans For Prosperity, the Koch network’s political arm, called the Senate’s plans for Medicaid ‘a slight nip and tuck’ of President Barack Obama’s health care law, a modest change he described as ‘immoral.’ ‘This Senate bill needs to get better,’ Phillips said. ‘It has to get better.’” http://apne.ws/2sFaGts
FOR YOUR RADAR -- “Trump allies push White House to consider regime change in Tehran,” by Michael Crowley: “As the White House formulates its official policy on Iran, senior officials and key Trump allies are calling for the new administration to take steps to topple Tehran’s militant clerical government. Supporters of dislodging Iran’s iron-fisted clerical leadership say it’s the only way to halt Tehran’s dangerous behavior, from its pursuit of nuclear weapons to its sponsorship of terrorism.
“Critics say that political meddling in Iran, where memories of a 1953 CIA-backed coup remain vivid, risks a popular backlash that would only empower hardliners. That’s why President Barack Obama assured Iranians, in a 2013 speech at the United Nations, that ‘we are not seeking regime change.’ But influential Iran hawks want to change that under Trump. ‘The policy of the United States should be regime change in Iran,’ said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), who speaks regularly with White House officials about foreign policy. ‘I don’t see how anyone can say America can be safe as long as you have in power a theocratic despotism,’ he added.” http://politi.co/2tINGIF
-- “Trump’s Team Faces Reality in the Middle East,” by the Times of Israel’s Herb Keinon: “Washington is adopting a much different approach to peacemaking than the previous administration, a sign that it has learned from US President Barack Obama’s mistakes. And the mother of all Obama’s mistakes on the Israeli-Palestinian issue came when -- just a few months after being sworn into office -- he made a very clear demand for Israel to stop all settlement activity, everywhere ... The Trump administration is taking a different approach. It is making no public demands ... And, all the while, it is probing the sides to see what they are – and are not – willing to give, and then trying to see if there are ways to bridge the gaps. And it is doing this all very much behind closed doors, without megaphone diplomacy, without public threats of laying down an American blueprint, or dangling promises of high-profile summits.” http://bit.ly/2u398Y5
COMING ATTRACTIONS -- “U.S. top court set to rule on religious rights; travel ban looms,” by Reuters’ Lawrence Hurley: “The U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule on Monday in a closely watched religious rights case involving limits on public funding for churches and other religious entities as the justices issue the final rulings of their current term. The nine justices are due to rule in six cases, not including their decision expected in the coming days on whether to take up President Donald Trump’s bid to revive his ban on travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries in which an emergency appeal is pending. Of the remaining cases argued during the court’s current term, which began in October, the most eagerly awaited one concerns a Missouri church backed by a conservative Christian legal group. The ruling potentially could narrow the separation of church and state.” http://reut.rs/2s9V9yl
THE JUICE ....
-- SPOTTED AT STEVEN MNUCHIN and LOUISE LINTON’s WEDDING last night at the Mellon Auditorium: President Donald Trump (in black tie) and First Lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence (who officiated) and Karen Pence, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, Reince Priebus and Sally Priebus, DHS Secretary John Kelly, CIA director Mike Pompeo, Interior Secretary Mike Zinke, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, HUD Secretary Ben Carson and Candy Carson, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, White House Counsel Don McGahn and Shannon McGahn, deputy national security advisor Dina Powell and David McCormick ...
... Sean and Rebecca Spicer, Kellyanne Conway, Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau, John Paulson, Jim Donovan, Steve Roth, Eddie Lampert, Woody Johnson, Lee Eisenberg, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Tom Barrack, Eli and Jenna Miller, Stephen Miller, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, C. Boyden Gray, Brad and Candice Parscale, Tommy Hicks, Reed Cordish, Rudy Giuliani, Richard and Karen LeFrak and Harrison LeFrak, Bill Paxon and Susan Molinari, Mike Shields and Katie Walsh, Ken Duberstein, Anthony Scaramucci. Seafood was served during cocktail hour, along with filet for dinner and a big white wedding cake. There was lots of beautiful flowers at the wedding, ballerinas performed, bagpipes and then a big band and many people hit the dance floor, according to attendees. Full report from Darren Samuelsohn, Rebecca Morin and Cristiano Limahttp://politi.co/2t8w9MZ … 25 photos on one pagehttp://dailym.ai/2sEIl6A
-- MNUCHIN was spotted with three agents at DCA early this morning -- he was dropping off one of his kids at the airport.
-- WE REPORTED YESTERDAY THAT REP. ADRIANO ESPAILLAT (D-N.Y.) filed a financial disclosure form that listed a checking account with between $5 million and $25 million. His office said he filed the report in error, and the account has between $1,000 and $15,000. The new report has not yet showed up on the clerk’s website.
SUNDAY BEST -- GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS speaks to SENATE MINORITY LEADER CHUCK SCHUMER (D-N.Y.) on ABC’S “THIS WEEK” -- STEPHANOPOULOS: “Are they going to pass this bill?” SCHUMER: “I think it’s 50-50. First, Democrats, we are doing everything we can to fight this bill because it’s so devastating for the middle class. I think they have, at best, a 50-50 chance of passing this bill. To get three senators to vote no, probably -- you can say yes, you can say no, probably 50-50.”
-- BRIT HUME talks with HHS SECRETARY TOM PRICE on “FOX NEWS SUNDAY” -- PRICE: “What we’re trying to do here, admittedly, is to thread a needle to make it so that, as the president says, every single American needs to be able to have access to the kind of coverage that they want,” Price said, adding that conversations with Republican holdouts are ongoing. “That’s the nature of the legislative process and that’s what we’ll be working through this week.” More from Patrick Temple-West, whose birthday is todayhttp://politi.co/2t5LvB6
-- DANA BASH speaks with OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH on CNN’S “STATE OF THE UNION” -- BASH -- HE’S OPPOSED TO THE SENATE GOP HEALTH CARE BILL: “OK. So, given the problems that you just laid out, do you think that Senator Portman of Ohio should vote no?” KASICH: “Well, I -- I don’t think the bill's adequate now. And unless it gets fixed, I would -- look, I’m against it. And I’m not against it just because I want to be against it. There’s some things in these bill -- in these bills, in these -- in these provisions that are an improvement. My job, as I see my job as a governor of the state, not as a Republican governor, but the governor of this state, my job is to look not just today, but in the out years, at the impact it's going to have on people who have -- who need help.
“Dana, I was at a restaurant on Friday. And I was at a Wendy’s, actually. And I was -- there was a partition. And I looked over at the people that had gathered there. And there were about, I don’t know, 25 kids. All of them were here in Columbus for Special Olympics. And I looked at them and I thought, are these people being served? Are they going to be served by this bill in the future? My conclusion right now is no.”
-- CHUCK TODD speaks to SEN. RON JOHNSON (R-WISC.) on NBC'S "MEET THE PRESS": JOHNSON -- ON HEALTH CARE: "[W]hat I'd like to do is slow the process down, get the information, go through the problem-solving process, actually reduce these premiums that have been artificially driven up because of Obamacare mandates. So let's actually fix the problem. But in the end, I come from manufacturing base. I will look at whatever I'm forced to vote on, and I'll ask myself, 'Is this better tomorrow than where we are today? Is it continuous improvement?' And that's what will guide my decision."
DEEP DIVE -- WILLIAM D. COHAN in August’s Vanity Fair, “The Untold Story of How Gary Cohn Fell for Donald Trump”: “While [Lloyd] Blankfein was recuperating, Cohn seemed to delight in the attention and adulation he received when he filled in for his boss on earnings calls, industry presentations, and media events, such as The New York Times’s DealBook Conference. That’s when, some say, he became overconfident and decided to inquire of several of his fellow board members about becoming C.E.O., even as Blankfein was responding well to his chemotherapy treatments. ‘Gary made a play to replace Lloyd,’ according to a former Goldman partner. It didn’t work. The board was ‘noncommittal’ to Cohn, he continues. ‘There’s a lot of loyalty to Lloyd on the board.’ ...
“The timing was perfect for Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, to pounce. He approached Cohn, supposedly at the suggestion of mutual friends. ‘Jared Kushner has always been a little starstruck with Goldman Sachs people,’ says a former Goldman partner who knows him well. ‘He’s always liked that sort of promotional edginess that Goldman Sachs has had, and he’s always liked the reputation that Goldman Sachs has the best people, quote unquote, the smartest, savviest people. The idea, by the way, that Jared was suddenly in a position where he actually had the power to call on and hire and lure a number of people like that to the bench side, if you will, was a very, very intoxicating, enticing, and really kind of exciting thing to him,’ the former partner continues. ‘This was an incredibly sort of convenient and opportune kind of thing that came along for Gary because—whether he was going to Washington or not—Gary was out.’” http://bit.ly/2u3jTd1
MATT VISER in the Boston Globe, “Jared Kushner got his start as Somerville landlord”: “At 19, he was in the training-wheels stage of his career as a developer, learning as he went, making his share of mistakes, acquiring a landlord’s tough edge and cool calculus -- traits he still manifests in the White House. Learning to fix up and flip clusters of low-end apartment buildings, he used Somerville as his own private laboratory. And he passed the first key test -- he made a profit. Of course, he had a headstart. Much as Trump began his career of deals with a multimillion-dollar boost from his father, Kushner started out with his wealthy father acting as senior partner and offering crucial assistance -- including helping secure $9 million in mortgage loans….
“And his efforts paid off -- the properties he bought for $8.3 million sold four years later for $13 million. But Kushner, who did not respond to requests for an interview to discuss his business record in Somerville, also made a number of rookie errors and left numerous angry tenants in his wake. His properties amassed 25 housing complaints over four years, including complaints about overflowing dumpsters, pests, and sewage odors, according to the Globe review. Tenants complained of what they called nonsensical financial dealings. Some renters say they went an entire winter without heat.” http://bit.ly/2t5dGju
WHAT ERIC HOLDER IS READING -- “Analysis indicates partisan gerrymandering has benefited GOP,” by AP’s David Lieb: “The 2016 presidential contest was awash with charges that the fix was in: Republican Donald Trump repeatedly claimed that the election was rigged against him, while Democrats have accused the Russians of stacking the odds in Trump’s favor. Less attention was paid to manipulation that occurred not during the presidential race, but before it — in the drawing of lines for hundreds of U.S. and state legislative seats. The result, according to an Associated Press analysis: Republicans had a real advantage.
“The AP scrutinized the outcomes of all 435 U.S. House races and about 4,700 state House and Assembly seats up for election last year using a new statistical method of calculating partisan advantage. It’s designed to detect cases in which one party may have won, widened or retained its grip on power through political gerrymandering. The analysis found four times as many states with Republican-skewed state House or Assembly districts than Democratic ones. Among the two dozen most populated states that determine the vast majority of Congress, there were nearly three times as many with Republican-tilted U.S. House districts.” http://apne.ws/2s5voE7
BUSINESS BURST -- “Facebook Is Going Hollywood, Seeking Scripted TV Programming,” by WSJ’s Joe Flint and Deepa Seetharaman: “Facebook to Hollywood: Let’s do lunch. Social networking giant Facebook Inc. is moving its ambitions in TV-quality video to the front burner, taking meetings and making deals with an eye toward launching a slate of original programming by the end of summer, people familiar with the matter said. In meetings with major talent agencies including Creative Artists Agency, United Talent Agency, William Morris Endeavor and International Creative Management Partners, Facebook has indicated it is willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode, people familiar with the situation say.” http://on.wsj.com/2rQ6Omz
BEYOND THE BELTWAY -- POLITICO Magazine’s “America’s 11 Most Interesting Mayors”: Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles … Hillary Schieve, Reno, Nev. … Kevin Faulconer, San Diego … Greg Fischer, Louisville, Ky. … Marty Walsh, Boston … Michael Hancock, Denver … Jennifer Roberts, Charlotte, N.C. …Tomás Regalado, Miami, Florida … Jackie Biskupski, Salt Lake City, Utah ... Bill Peduto, Pittsburgh … Dan Gilbert, the shadow mayor of Detroit. http://politi.co/2sEZm0w
BONUS GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman, filing from Palm Beach, Florida:
-- “My Father’s Fashion Tips,” by Tom Junod in GQ: “In 1996, in a piece that was nominated for a National Magazine Award, Tom Junod wrote not only of his dad’s impeccable style but also of the secrets -- and underwear rules -- of a lost generation.” http://bit.ly/2szLZP8
-- “Deepest Dive Ever Under Antarctica Reveals a Shockingly Vibrant World,” by Laurent Ballesta in July’s NatGeo: “Our special report offers a rare look at life beneath the frozen continent -- where penguins, seals, and exotic creatures thrive.”With 15 pix on one pagehttp://on.natgeo.com/2s2rV9e (h/t Blake Hounshell)
-- “Crimson Tidings: The primordial color gets its due,” by Elizabeth Powers in the Weekly Standard: http://tws.io/2rLD4qR (h/t ALDaily.com)
-- “The Wages of War Without Strategy,” by Robert Cassidy and Jacqueline Tame on the Strategy Bridge: “In its wars since 11 September 2001, the United States has arguably cultivated the best-equipped, most capable, and fully seasoned combat forces in remembered history. They attack, kill, capture, and win battles with great nimbleness and strength. But absent strategy, these victories are fleeting. Divorced from political objectives, successful tactics are without meaning.” http://bit.ly/2szMg4p
-- “This Is How Big Oil Will Die,” by Seth Miller in NewCo: “It’s 2025, and 800,000 tons of used high strength steel is coming up for auction. The steel made up the Keystone XL pipeline … [which at] its peak ... carried over 500,000 barrels a day for processing at refineries in Texas and Louisiana. But in 2025, no one wants the oil.” http://bit.ly/2szZhLp
-- “Supertasters Among the Dreaming Spires,” by Dan Rosenheck in 1843 Magazine: “Every Oxford taster is a scientist in one form or another, ranging from endearingly geeky to absurdly so ... Cambridge [tasters] were methodical, precise and pragmatic – much like Cambridge. Whereas Oxford had people who grew up with wine. They’d just taste and say: Oh, that’s obviously Bordeaux.” http://bit.ly/2rLo5NI
-- “Camille Paglia: On Trump, Democrats, Transgenderism, and Islamist Terror,” by The Weekly Standard’s Jonathan V. Last: “Today’s liberalism has become grotesquely mechanistic and authoritarian: It’s all about reducing individuals to a group identity, defining that group in permanent victim terms, and denying others their democratic right to challenge that group and its ideology. Political correctness represents the fossilised institutionalisation of once-vital revolutionary ideas, which have become mere rote formulas.” http://tws.io/2szPMfe (h/t TheBrowser.com)
-- “Confessions of a Cartel Hit Man,” by Martin Corona in Men’s Journal: http://mjm.ag/2tDcVvH
-- “Can We Blame the Mafia on Lemons?” by Cara Giaimo in Atlas Obscura: “Lemon trees need well-fertilised soil, steady water, and protection from wind and extreme temperature, which come at great cost. Trees need to be coddled for seven or eight years before they produce enough lemons to sell. When they do bear fruit, it’s easy enough for people to steal it.” http://bit.ly/2t0xjJl
-- “The 2017 Jefferson Lecture -- Powerlessness and the Politics of Blame” --Martha C. Nussbaum at the Kennedy Center on May 1: “The Greeks and Romans saw a lot of anger around them. But they did not embrace or valorise anger. They did not define manliness in terms of anger, and tended to impute it to women, whom they saw as lacking rationality. However much they felt and expressed anger, they waged a cultural struggle against it, seeing it as destructive of human well-being and democratic institutions.” http://bit.ly/2tDB5X4
-- “About Tomorrow,” by Bruce Wexler in E-Flux: “Human beings differ from other animals with regard to ... post-natal neuroplasticity in two important ways. First, our brains are more immature at birth and susceptible to environmental shaping to a greater degree and for a longer time. Second, humans are the only animals that shape and reshape the environments that shapes their brain. This powerful combination is the basis of cultural evolution, and of most features of human minds, behavior and communities.” http://bit.ly/2sL8uPw
SPOTTED: Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday, with a small Secret Service detail, on the Acela out of New York. He got off in Wilmington, rocking a pair of sunglasses, one earbud in and carrying a briefcase -- “looking as relaxed and cool as ever,” per our tipster.
OUT AND ABOUT -- Susan Glasser and Peter Baker hosted a farewell party last night at their house for Indira Lakshmanan and Dermot Tatlow, who are moving to St. Petersburg, Florida, next week as Indira takes up her post as Craig Newmark Chair in Journalism Ethics at The Poynter Institute for Media.
SPOTTED: German Amb. Peter Wittig and Huberta von Voss-Wittig, Afghan Amb. Hamdullah Mohib and Lael Mohib, Judy Woodruff and Al Hunt, Marty Baron, Andrea Mitchell, Nihal Krishan, Nancy Cook and Christopher Rowland, former Pakistani Amb. Husain Haqqani and Farahnaz Ispahani, Mike Oreskes and Geraldine Baum, former U.S. Ambs. Melanne and Phil Verveer, former U.S. Amb. Steve Sestanovich, Katharine Weymouth, Mark Landler, Julie Davis, David Sanger, Margaret Carlson, Juliet Eilperin, Laura Meckler, Ben Chang, Christina Sevilla and Steve Rochlin, Justin Kenny, Heidi Crebo-Rediker and Doug Rediker, Dana Thomas, Amanda Downes, David Rennie, Jonas Parello-Plesner, Bay Fang, Steve Heuser, Mary Louise Kelly, Manuel Roig-Franzia and Ceci Connolly, Nicole Raben, Denise Couture.
-- SPOTTED at a surprise birthday party last night for Ziad Ojakli at Kellari Taverna on K Street: Sumya Ojakli, Angela Flood, Alison Jones, Mercy and Matt Schlapp, David and Gretchen Hobbs, Bruce Andrews, Pam Thiessen, Nick Calio and Eric Ueland.
-- SPOTTED on the rooftop of The Brixton for a mini-reunion of alumni of the Obama administration NSC: Terry Szuplat, Eric Pelofsky, Dan Schneiderman, Jon Wolfsthal, Yael Lempert, Michael Sessums, Ben Chang, Salman Ahmed, Evan Medeiros, Bernadette Meehan, Meg Doherty, Stacey May, Andrew Scott, Matt Kaczmarek, Brian Nilsson.
SPOTTED at Ron and Sara Bonjean’s annual “Good Pants Ranch Summer Party” yesterday in Purcellville, Va. (a camel made an appearance): Paul Kane, Jo Maney, John Scofield, Dana Bash, Anne Brady, Matt Dornic and Kyle Volpe, Doug Heye, Emily Miller, Fran Decker, Jared Allen and Jackie Kucinich, Kenny Day, Rebecca Haller, Sheldon and Shannon Bream, Matt Wolking, Tom Williams, David and Jenny Drucker, Chris Bond, Dan Ronayne, Tracey and Nick Lintott, Jim Richards and Brian Walsh.
--The RNC held their summer meeting this weekend at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Chicago, Illinois. SPOTTED: Vice President Mike and Mrs. Karen Pence, Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas), RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, RNC co-chairman Bob Paduchik, RNC chief of staff Sara Armstrong, Arkansas state chairman Doyle Webb, Ohio state chairwoman Jane Timken, Hunter Wallace and Suhail Khan.
WEEKEND WEDDINGS --MICHELLE FIELDS married JAMIE WEINSTEIN in a ceremony yesterday at the Breakers in Palm Beach. Dinner and dancing was held in the Mediterranean Ballroom overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Fields is a Breitbart and HuffPo alum who now runs JMW Strategies with Weinstein, a commentator and host of “The Jamie Weinstein Show” podcast. They met as reporters at the Daily Caller. They served crab cakes, lobster tail medallions, sliced beef tenderloin, and citrus panko crusted sea bass along with huge ice-cream sundaes (there were also two tomato bars in a pre-dinner reception because Jamie is a big fan of tomatoes). Partiers hoisted Fields and Weinstein in the air during the hora. Colorful performers dancing on stilts also were a hit. The couple is flying out to Europe today on their honeymoon: they’ll visit Italy and Morocco and take a river cruise from Budapest to Munich.
SPOTTED: Juleanna Glover hitting the dance floor early with Christopher Reiter, Benny Johnson shaking hands with Oliver Darcy (who had written critical pieces on IJR), bridesmaids Lauren Hagen, Betsy Woodruff, and Kathryn Lyons, Will Rahn, Taylor Lorenz, Ben Jacobs, Olivia Nuzzi, Asawin Suebsaeng and Liz Brown, Jonathan Swan, Vince and Alison Coglianese, Tim Lim, Josiah Ryan, Matt Lewis andErin DeLullo, Katelyn Rieley Johnson, Alex and Nancy Pappas, Jonathan and Anna Beth Strong, Mike Dunkle, Mitchell Sutherland, Guy Benson, Amber Smith.
--PICS http://bit.ly/2rQjf1Mhttp://bit.ly/2t9fjx9 ... http://bit.ly/2sPQu6Ohttp://bit.ly/2sEZpt2 … First kisshttp://bit.ly/2u3cWJ2 … First dancehttp://bit.ly/2u3enHq … The decadent cakehttp://bit.ly/2sPMqU3
-- Politico reporter (and author of Morning Energy) Anthony Adragna married longtime girlfriend Meghan Cassidy in a ceremony at the historic St. Francis Hall in Northeast D.C. on Saturday evening. Cassidy is a teacher at Gonzaga High School who just graduated from a master’s program at Georgetown. The couple met in summer 2013, hit it off after being set up on a blind date by mutual friends and have been together ever since. Pool report: “The couple exchanged vows outdoors, surrounded by the lush greenery of the historic Renaissance-style hall, built in 1931. The lively reception featured everything from the Isley Brother’s Shout to Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off and had guests young and old on the dance floor all night long.” Picshttp://bit.ly/2t8YfHp ... http://bit.ly/2t9Pld0
SPOTTED: Heather Caygle and Aaron Lorenzo, Brian Fung and Ryan Kellett, Mikaela Lefrak, Dean Scott and Rachel Leven
--“Kristin Donnelly, Rick Bosh” -- N.Y. Times: “The bride, 36, is a White House producer in Washington for NBC News. She graduated from Syracuse. ... The groom, 36 and known as Rick, is a producer for ‘Andrea Mitchell Reports’ on MSNBC. He graduated from Southern Methodist University. ... The couple met in March 2010 when they worked as producers for day programming at MSNBC.” With pic http://nyti.ms/2u2PMlS
--“Pia Carusone, Leanne Pittsford”: “Ms. Carusone, 37, is a political consultant and a senior adviser to Americans for Responsible Solutions, a Washington-based gun violence prevention organization, founded by Gabrielle Gifford and Mark Kelly. Ms. Carusone was until June 2012 the chief of staff to Ms. Giffords, then an Arizona congresswoman. Ms. Carusone is also a founder of Republic Restoratives Distillery, which is also in Washington and makes vodka, bourbon and rye whiskey. She graduated from Bard College and is now a governor of the school’s alumni association. ... Ms. Pittsford, 36, is the chief executive of Start Somewhere, a company in Washington that operates Lesbians Who Tech and two other programs aiming to increase diversity in the technology sector. She graduated from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, and received a master’s degree in education with a concentration on equity and social justice from San Francisco State University.” With pichttp://nyti.ms/2t8yfvQ
BIRTHWEEK (was yesterday): Kirsten Hughes, chair of the MassGOP (hat tip: Natalie Boyse)
BIRTHDAYS: WSJ and POLITICO alum Patrick O’Connor, now with CGCN Group, is 41 ... CNN’s Betsy Klein ... Josh Lahey, principal of the Podesta Group, who once hiked all 2,100 miles of the Appalachian Trail starting in Georgia and ending in Maine … Justice Sonia Sotomayor is 63 ... civil rights activist James Meredith is 84 ... Anthony Bourdain is 61 ... Jeremy Bearer-Friend, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s tax policy maven, moving to NYC this fall to teach tax law at NYU (h/t Alex Levy) ... tech guru Laurent Crenshaw, YELP’s director of public policy, is 37 --he celebrated Friday evening at a pop-up party inside of the National Union Building on 9th and F st NW with some of Capitol Hill’s finest (h/t Stewart Verdery) ... Politico’s Patrick Temple-West ... N.Y. Post’s Reuven Fenton ... Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ) is 65 ... Dan Meyers, VP at DCI Group ... John Randall, VP of digital at CRAFT ... Robert Harvey ... Jackie Bradford, pres and GM of NBC4 in DC ... Danielle Doheny is 3-0 ... CBS and Reuters alum Corbett Daly, bro of Uncles Matthew and Brendan ... AP alum John Heilprin, now senior journalist and editor for the int’l service of the Swiss Broadcasting Corp. ... Ambassador Melanne Verveer ... Tita Freeman ... Alan McQuinn ... former Rep. Carolyn Kilpatrick (D-Mich.) is 72 ...
... Scott Zumwalt, senior director at Bully Pulpit Interactive, is 33 … Alan McQuinn, ITIF's research analyst (h/t Samantha Greene) ... John Randolph Thornton, author of the novel “Beautiful Country,” is 26 ... John Meyer ... Dan Spinelli ... Eric Litmer ... Taylor Haulsee ... Alberto “Beto” Cardenas of Vinson & Elkins ... Abbie Sorrendino of Senate Rules …Gretchen Yelmini … Bryan Bernys ... IAVA alum John Alexander Nicholson ... Mike Gehrke … Jon Carson … Summer Oesch … Jason Stephany … Martha Vukelich-Austin … Marc Caplan … Mora Segal … Heidi Johnson (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) … James Michael Thornberry ... Hank Greenwald, famed for his long run as the SF Giants baseball play-by-play man ... Ted Pease is 62 ... Carly Simon is 72 ... Phyllis George is 68 ... Ricky Gervais is 56 (h/ts AP)
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2017.06.24 08:04 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2016 (out of the 10,985 films filmed [if-not-released] worldwide that year.)

G
  1. A Mermaid’s Tale (Director Dustin Rikert)
  2. Americano (Directors: Ricardo Arnaiz, Mike Kunkel + Raul Garcia)
  3. Arlo: The Burping Pig (Director: Tom DeNucci)
  4. Gray Tones' Performance on Stage (Director: undisclosed)
  5. Ozzy (Directors: Alberto Rodríguez + Nacho La Casa)
  6. Robot Heart (Director: R.E. Paris)
  7. The Eagle Huntress (Director: Otto Bell)
  8. Tini: The New Life Of Violetta (Director: Juan Pablo Buscarini)
PG
  1. Against The Wild II: Survive The Serengeti (Director: Richard Boddington)
  2. Alice Through The Looking Glass (Director: James Bobin)
  3. Arctic Adventure: On Frozen Pond (Director: Guangxi Chang)
  4. Army Dog (Director: Ezra Kemp)
  5. Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (Director: Rick Morales)
  6. Be Somebody (Director: Joshua Caldwell)
  7. Believe (Director: Billy Dickson)
  8. Beyond Paradise (Director: J.J. Alani)
  9. Bling (Directors: Kyung Ho Lee + Wonjae Lee)
  10. Christmas All Over Again (Director: Christy Carlson Romano )
  11. Elephant Kingdom (Director: Taweelap Srivuthivong)
  12. Emma’s Chance (Director: Anna Elizabeth James)
  13. Finding Dory (Directors: Andrew Stanton + Angus MacLane)
  14. Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (Director: Nancy Criss)
  15. God’s Not Dead II (Director: Harold Cronk)
  16. Greater (Director: David Hunt)
  17. Hidden Figures (Director: Theodore Melfi)
  18. High Strung (Director: Michael Damian)
  19. Horse Camp (Director: Joel Paul Reisig)
  20. Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom (Director: Sean Patrick O’Reilly)
  21. Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell (Director: Mitch Schauer)
  22. Ice Age: Collision Course (Directors: Mike Thurmeier + Galen T. Chu)
  23. Kikoriki. Legend of the Golden Dragon (Director: Denis Chernov)
  24. Kubo And The Two Strings (Director: Travis Knight)
  25. Kung-Fu Panda III (Director: Alessandro Carloni + Jennifer Yuh Nelson)
  26. Laughing At The Moon (Director: Alyssa Addison0
  27. Leap! (Ballerina) (Directors: Eric Summer + Éric Warin)
  28. Leaves Of The Tree (Director: Ante Novakovic)
  29. Little Men (Director: Ira Sachs)
  30. Love & Friendship (Director: Whit Stillman)
  31. Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (Director: Steve Carr)
  32. Milton’s Secret (Director: Barnet Bain)
  33. Miracles From Heaven (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  34. Moana (Directors: Ron Clements, Don Hall + Chris Wiliams)
  35. Monkey Up (Director: Robert Vince)
  36. Monster Trucks (Director: Chris Wedge)
  37. My Best Friend’s Wedding (Director: Feihong Chen)
  38. Ned Venture (Director: Ron Stone)
  39. New Life (Director: Drew Waters)
  40. Nine Lives (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  41. Norm Of The North (Director: Trevor Wall)
  42. Paris Can Wait (Director: Eleanor Coppola)
  43. Pelé: Birth of a Legend (Jeff Zimbalist + Michael Zimbalist)
  44. Pete’s Dragon (Director: David Lowery)
  45. Po (Director: John Asher)
  46. Priceless (Director: Ben Smallbone)
  47. Quackerz (Director: Viktor Lakisov)
  48. Queen Of Katwe (Director: Mira Nair)
  49. Ratchet & Clank (Directors: Kevin Munroe + Jericca Cleland)
  50. Remember The Goal (Director: Dave Christiano)
  51. Rescue Dogs (Directors: M.J. Anderson + Haik Katsikian)
  52. Rock Dog (Director: Ash Brannon)
  53. Rodeo Girl (Director: Joel Paul Reisig)
  54. Saturday’s Warrior (Director: Michael Buster)
  55. Sing (Directors: Christophe Lourdelet + Garth Jennings)
  56. Singing With Angels (Director: Brian Brough)
  57. Spark: A Space Tail (Director: Aaron Woodley)
  58. Spices Of Liberty (Directors: Gowri Goli, Pothuganti Chandra Aditya + Supriya Goli)
  59. Spirit Of The Game (Director: Darran Scott)
  60. Storks (Directors: Nicholas Stoller + Doug Sweetland)
  61. Swing Away (Director: Michael A. Nickles)
  62. Te Ata (Director: Nathan Frankowski)
  63. The Angry Birds Movie (Directors: Clay Kaytis + Fergal Reilly)
  64. The BFG (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  65. The Dog Lover (Director: Alex Ranarivelo)
  66. The Jungle Book (Director: Jon Favreau)
  67. The Last Descent (Director: Isaac Halasima)
  68. The Legend Of Chupacabras (Directors: Michael Gallock + Alberto Rodriguez)
  69. The Matchbreaker (Director: Caleb Vetter)
  70. The Red Turtle (Director: Michael Dudok de Wit)
  71. The Resurrection Of Gavin Stone (Director: Dallas Jenkins)
  72. The Secret Life Of Pets (Directors: Chris Renaud + Yarrow Cheney)
  73. The Swan Princess: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today! (2Directors: Brian Nissen + Richard Rich)
  74. The Wedding Plan (Director: Rama Burshtein)
  75. The Wild Life (Directors: Vincent Kesteloot + Ben Stassen)
  76. This Beautiful Fantastic (Director: Simon Aboud)
  77. Thrill Ride (Director: Chris Parrish)
  78. Timber The Treasure Dog (Director: Ari Novak)
  79. Tommy’s Honour (Director: Jason Connery)
  80. Trolls (Director: Walt Dohrn + Mike Mitchell)
  81. Trust Fund (Director: Sandra L. Martin)
  82. Who Gets The Dog? (Director: Huck Botko)
  83. Wish For Christmas (Director: John K.D. Graham)
  84. Your Name (Director: Makoto Shinkai)
  85. Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (Director: Satoshi Kuwabara)
  86. Zootopia (Director: Jared Bush, Byron Howard + Rich Moore)
PG-13
  1. ’79 Parts (Director: Ari Taub)
  2. 10 Cloverfield Lane (Director: Dan Trachtenberg)
  3. A Monster Calls (Director: J.A. Bayona)
  4. A Quiet Passion (Director: Terence Davies)
  5. A United Kingdom (Director: Amma Asante)
  6. A Winter Rose (Director: Riz Story)
  7. Ace The Case (Director: Kevin Kaufman)
  8. Allegiant (Director: Robert Schwentke)
  9. Almost Christmas (Director: David E. Talbert)
  10. AmeriGeddon (Director: Mike Norris)
  11. American Wrestler: The Wizard (Director: Alex Ranarivelo)
  12. Apparition Hill (Director: Sean Bloomfield)
  13. Arrival (Director: Denis Villeneuve)
  14. Assassin’s Creed (Director: Justin Kurzel)
  15. Aztec Warrior (Director: Scott Sanders)
  16. Barbershop: The Next Cut (Director: Malcolm D. Lee)
  17. Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice (Director: Zack Snyder)
  18. Bazodee (Director: Todd Kessler)
  19. Before I Wake (Director: Mike Flanagan)
  20. Ben-Hur (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  21. Birth Of The Dragon (Director: George Nolfi)
  22. Boo! A Madea Halloween (Director: Tyler Perry)
  23. Brain On Fire (Director: Gerard Barrett)
  24. Burn Your Maps (Director: Jordan Roberts)
  25. Busco novio para mi mujer (Director: Enrique Begné)
  26. Café Society (Director: Woody Allen)
  27. Caged No More (Director: Lisa Arnold)
  28. Captain America: Civil War (Director: Anthony Russo + Joe Russo)
  29. Central Intelligence (Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber)
  30. Collateral Beauty (Director: David Frankel)
  31. Collide (Director: Eran Creevy)
  32. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (Director: Woo-Ping Yuen)
  33. Dance Camp (Directors: Bert & Bertie)
  34. Dean (Director: Demetri Martin)
  35. Dear Eleanor (Director: Kevin Connolly)
  36. Deepwater Horizon (Director: Peter Berg)
  37. Denial (Director: Mick Jackson)
  38. Despite The Falling Snow (Director: Shamim Sarif)
  39. Dirty 30 (Director: Andrew Bush)
  40. Doctor Strange (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  41. Eddie The Eagle (Director: Dexter Fletcher)
  42. Enter The Warriors Gate (Director: Matthias Hoene)
  43. Fallen (Director: Scott Hicks)
  44. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Director: David Yates)
  45. Fences (Director: Denzel Washington)
  46. League Of Gods (Director: Koan Hui)
  47. Fight To The Finish (Director: Warren Sheppard)
  48. Florence Foster Jenkins (Director: Stephen Frears)
  49. Frantz (Director: François Ozon)
  50. Genius (Director: Michael Grandage)
  51. Ghost Team (Director: Oliver Irving)
  52. Ghostbusters (Director: Paul Feig)
  53. Gods Of Egypt (Director: Alex Proyas)
  54. Hail, Caesar! (Director: Joel Coen)
  55. Hunt For The Wilderpeople (Director: Taika Waititi)
  56. I’m Not Ashamed (Director: Brian Baugh)
  57. In Search Of The American Dream (Director: Baldemar Rodriguez)
  58. In This Corner Of The World (Director: Sunao Katabuchi)
  59. Incarnate (Director: Brad Peyton)
  60. Independence Day: Resurgence (Director: Roland Emmerich)
  61. Inferno (Director: Ron Howard)
  62. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (Director: Edward Zwick)
  63. Jason Bourne (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  64. Keeping Up With The Joneses (Director: Greg Mottola)
  65. Kindergarten Cop II (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  66. Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV (Takeshi Nozue)
  67. La La Land (Director: Damien Chazelle)
  68. Last Man Club (Director: Bo Brinkman)
  69. Left Behind: Vanished - Next Generation (Director: Larry A. McLean)
  70. Life Prescribed (Director: Kyle Couch)
  71. Lights Out (Director: David F. Sandberg)
  72. Lion (Director: Garth Davis)
  73. Loving (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  74. Lowriders (Director: Ricardo de Montreuil)
  75. Masterminds (Director: Jared Hess)
  76. Maudie (Director: Aisling Walsh)
  77. Max Steel (Director: Stewart Hendler)
  78. Maximum Ride (Director: Jay Martin)
  79. Me Before You (Director: Thea Sharrock)
  80. Midnight Special (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  81. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (Director: Tim Burton)
  82. Mother’s Day (Director: Garry Marshall)
  83. Mothers & Daughters (Directors: Paul Duddridge & Nigel Levy)
  84. Mr. Church (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  85. My Big Fat Greek Wedding II (Director: Kirk Jones)
  86. My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea (Dierector: Dash Shaw)
  87. My Life As A Zucchini (Director: Claude Barras)
  88. Nerve (Directors: Henry Joost + Ariel Schulman)
  89. No Manches Frida (Director: Nacho G. Velilla)
  90. Now You See Me II (Director: Jon M. Chu)
  91. Ouija: Origin Of Evil (Director: Mike Flanagan)
  92. Passengers (Diector: Morten Tyldum)
  93. Pride And Prejudice And Zombies (Director: Burr Steers)
  94. Race (Director: Stephen Hopkins)
  95. Ride Along II (Director: Tim Story)
  96. Risen (Director: Kevin Reynolds)
  97. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Director: Gareth Edwards)
  98. Rules Don’t Apply (Director: Warren Beatty)
  99. Run The Tide (Director: Soham Mehta)
  100. Shut In (Director: Farren Blackburn)
  101. Sing Street (Director: John Carney)
  102. Skiptrace (Director: Renny Harlin)
  103. So B. It (Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal)
  104. Sold (Director: Jeffrey D. Brown)
  105. Southside With You (Director: Richard Tanne)
  106. Split (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  107. Star Trek: Beyond (Director: Justin Lin)
  108. Suicide Squad (Director: David Ayer)
  109. Sully (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  110. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2Director: Dave Green)
  111. The 5th Wave (Director: J. Blakeson)
  112. The Book Of Love (Director: Bill Purple)
  113. The Bounce Back (Director: Youssef Delara)
  114. The Boy (Director: William Brent Bell)
  115. The Choice (Director: Ross Katz)
  116. The Confirmation (Director: Bob Nelson)
  117. The Darkness (Director: Greg McLean)
  118. The Fight Within (Director: Michael William Gordon)
  119. The Finest Hours (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  120. The Forest (Director: Jason Zada)
  121. The Founder (Director: John Lee Hancock)
  122. The Great Wall (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  123. The Hollars (Director: John Krasinski)
  124. The Huntsman: Winter’s War (Director: Cedric Nicolas-Troyan)
  125. The Innocents (Director: Anne Fontaine)
  126. The Journey (Director: Nick Hamm)
  127. The Legend Of Tarzan (Director: David Yates)
  128. The Lennon Report (Director: Jeremy Profe)
  129. The Light Between Oceans (Director: Derek Cianfrance)
  130. The Lost City Of Z (Director: James Gray)
  131. The Magnificent Seven (Diector: Antoine Fuqua)
  132. The Masked Saint (Director: Warren P. Sonoda)
  133. The Pickle Recipe (Director: Michael Manasseri)
  134. The Promise (Director: Terry George)
  135. The Rally-LA (Director: Rick Reyna)
  136. The Remake (Director: Lynne Alana Delaney)
  137. The Shallows (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  138. The Tribunal (Director: Marc Leif)
  139. The Vessel (Director: Julio Quintana)
  140. The Young Messiah (Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh)
  141. Things To Come (Director: Mia Hansen-Løve)
  142. Three Wise Cousins (Director: Stallone Vaiaga-Ioasa)
  143. Under The Shadow (Director: Babak Anvari)
  144. Union Bound (Director: Harvey Lowry)
  145. Warcraft: The Beginning (Director: Duncan Jones)
  146. When The Bough Breaks (Director: Jon Cassar)
  147. Wildflower (Director: Nicholas DiBella)
  148. Wild Oats (Director: Andy Tennant)
  149. Zero Days (Director: Alex Gibney)
  150. X-Men: Apocalypse (Director: Bryan Singer)
  151. Yoga Hosers (Director: Kevin Smith)
  152. Zoolander (Director: Ben Stillman)
R
  1. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (Director: Michael Bay)
  2. 1898. Los últimos de Filipinas (Director: Salvador Calvo)
  3. 20th Century Women (Director Mike Mills)
  4. 31 (Director: Rob Zombie)
  5. A Cure For Wellness (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  6. A Family Man (Director: Mark Williams)
  7. A Hologram For The King (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  8. A Kind Of Murder (Director: Andy Goddard)
  9. A Remarkable Life (Director: Vohn Regensburger)
  10. Abattoir (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  11. Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (Director: Mandie Fletcher)
  12. All I See Is You (Director: Marc Forster)
  13. All These Sleepless Nights (Director: Michal Marczak)
  14. Allied (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  15. Alone In Berlin (Director: Vincent Perez)
  16. American Honey (Director: Andrea Arnold)
  17. American Pastoral (Director: Ewan McGregor)
  18. Anthropoid (Director: Sean Ellis)
  19. Approaching The Unknown (Director: Mark Elijah Rosenberg)
  20. Army Of One (Director: Larry Charles)
  21. Bad Moms (Director: Jon Lucas + Scott Moore)
  22. Bad Santa II (Director: Mark Waters)
  23. Bastard Son of a Thousand Fathers (Director: Lanre Sarumi)
  24. Batman: The Killing Joke (Director: Sam Liu)
  25. Bedeviled (Directors: Abel Vang + Burlee Vang)
  26. Beyond Valkyrie: Dawn of the 4th Reich (Director: Claudio Fäh)
  27. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (Director: Ang Lee)
  28. Blair Witch (Director: Adam Wingard)
  29. Bleed For This (Director: Ben Younger)
  30. Blood Father (Director: Jean-François Richet)
  31. Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland (Director: Lev L. Spiro)
  32. Bogieville (Director: Sean Cronin)
  33. Boyka: Undisputed (Director: Todor Chapkanov)
  34. Bridget Jones's Baby (Director: Sharon Maguire)
  35. Brimstone (Director: Martin Koolhoven)
  36. Broken Vows (Director: Bram Coppens)
  37. Brother Nature (Directors: Osmany Rodriguez + Matt Villines)
  38. C Street (Director: Peter James Iengo)
  39. Cabin Fever (Director: Travis Zariwny)
  40. Captain Fantastic (Director: Matt Ross)
  41. Car Dogs (Director: Adam Collis)
  42. Casual Encounters (Director: Zackary Adler)
  43. Cell (Director: Tod Williams)
  44. Certain Women (Director: Kelly Reichardt)
  45. Cezanne et Moi (Director: Danièle Thompson)
  46. Chasing Gold (Director: Edmond G. Coisson)
  47. Chosen (Director: Jasmin Dizdar)
  48. Christine (Director: Antonio Campos)
  49. Chuck (Director: Philippe Falardeau)
  50. To Steal From A Thief (Director: Daniel Calparsoro)
  51. Code Of Honor (Director: Michael Winnick)
  52. Colossal (Director: Nacho Vigalondo)
  53. Come And Find Me (Director: Zack Whedon)
  54. Compadres (Director: Enrique Begné)
  55. Complete Unknown (Director: Joshua Marston)
  56. Contract To Kill (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  57. Countdown (Director: John Stockwell)
  58. Criminal (Director: Ariel Vromen)
  59. Dark Disciple (Director: undisclosed)
  60. Deadpool (Director: Tim Miller)
  61. Decommissioned (Director: Timothy Woodward, Jr.)
  62. Detour (Director: Christopher Smith)
  63. Dirty Grandpa (Director: Dan Mazer)
  64. Don’t Breathe (Director: Fede Alvarez)
  65. Don’t Hang Up (Directors: Damien Macé + Alexis Wajsbrot)
  66. Don’t Knock Twice (Director: Caradog W. James)
  67. Don’t Think Twice (Director: Mike Birbiglia)
  68. Edge Of Winter (Director: Rob Connolly)
  69. Eliminators (Director: James Nunn)
  70. Elle (Director: Paul Verhoeven)
  71. Elvis & Nixon (Director: Liza Johnson)
  72. Encounter (Director: Susannah O’Brien)
  73. End Of A Gun (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  74. Equity (Director: Meera Menon)
  75. Everybody Wants Some!! (Director: Richard Linklater)
  76. Exposed (Director: Gee Malik Linton)
  77. FML (Director: Jason Nash)
  78. Fear, Inc. (Director: Vincent Masciale)
  79. Female Fight Squad (Director: Miguel A. Ferrer)
  80. Fifty Shades Of Black (Director: Michael Tiddes)
  81. Free Fire (Director: Ben Wheatley)
  82. Free State Of Jones (Director: Gary Ross)
  83. Friend Request (Director: Simon Verhoeven)
  84. From the Land of the Moon (Director: Nicole Garcia)
  85. Game Of Aces (Director: Damien Lay)
  86. Get A Job (Director: Dylan Kidd)
  87. Goat (Director: Andrew Neel)
  88. Gold (Director: Stephen Gaghan)
  89. Golden Treasure (Director: Uranchimeg Urtnasan)
  90. Good Kids (Director: Chris McCoy)
  91. Graduation (Director: Cristian Mungiu)
  92. Green Is Gold (Director: Ryon Baxter)
  93. Guernica (Director: Koldo Serra)
  94. Hacker (Director: Akan Satayev)
  95. Hacksaw Ridge (Director: Mel Gibson)
  96. Hands Of Stone (Director: Jonathan Jakubowicz)
  97. Happy Birthday (Director: Casey Tebo)
  98. Hell Or High Water (Director: David Mackenzie)
  99. How To Be Single (Director: Christian Ditter)
  100. Hush (Director: Mike Flanagan)
  101. I Am Wrath (Director: Chuck Russell)
  102. I, Daniel Blake (Director: Ken Loach)
  103. Imperium (Director: Daniel Ragussis)
  104. In Dubious Battle (Director: James Franco)
  105. In A Valley Of Violence (Director: Ti West)
  106. Indignation (Director: James Schamus)
  107. Interrogation (Director: Stephen Reynolds)
  108. Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? (Director: Matt Cooper)
  109. Jack Goes Home (Director: Thomas Dekker)
  110. Jackie (Director: Pablo Larrain)
  111. Jarhead III: The Siege (Director: William Kaufman)
  112. Joshy (Director: Jeff Baena)
  113. Julieta (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  114. Keanu (Director: Peter Atencio)
  115. Kicks (Director: Justin Tipping)
  116. Killing Hasselhoff (Director: Darren Grant)
  117. KM 31-2 (Director: Rigoberto Castañeda)
  118. LBJ (Director: Rob Reiner)
  119. Lady Bloodfight (Director: Chris Nahon)
  120. Live By Night (Director: Ben Affleck)
  121. London Has Fallen (Director: Babak Najafi)
  122. London Town (Director: Derrick Borte)
  123. Manchester By The Sea (Director: Kenneth Lonergan)
  124. Manhattan Minutiae (Director: Steve Becker)
  125. Manhattan Night (Director: Brian DeCubellis)
  126. Marauders (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  127. Mean Dreams (Director: Nathan Morlando)
  128. Mechanic: Resurrection (Director: Dennis Gansel)
  129. Meet The Blacks (Director: Deon Taylor)
  130. Mercury Plains (Director: Charles Burmeister)
  131. Message From The King (Director: Fabrice Du Welz)
  132. Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates (Directgor: Jake Szymanski)
  133. Misconduct (Director: Shintaro Shimosawa)
  134. Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary (Director: Brett Sullivan)
  135. Miss Sloane (Director: John Madden)
  136. Monday At 11:01 A.M. (Director: Harvey Lowry)
  137. Money (Director: Martin Rosete)
  138. Money Monster (Director: Jodie Foster)
  139. Moonlight (Director: Barry Jenkins)
  140. Morgan (Director: Luke Scott)
  141. Morris From America (Director: Chad Hartigan)
  142. Movie Madness (Director: Big Daddy Kane + PePhillip Penza)
  143. My Blind Brother (Director: Sophie Goodhart)
  144. My Dead Boyfriend (Director: Anthony Edwards)
  145. Natural Born Pranksters (Directors: Roman Atwood + Ben Pluimer)
  146. Neighbors II: Sorority Rising (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  147. Neruda (Director: Pablo Larrain)
  148. Never Back Down: No Surrender (Director: Michael Jai White)
  149. No Pay. Nudity (Director: Lee Wilkof)
  150. No culpes al karma de lo que te pasa por gilipollas (Director: Maria Ripoll)
  151. Nocturnal Animals (Director: Tom Ford)
  152. Norman (Director: Joseph Cedar)
  153. Office Christmas Party (Directors: Josh Gordon + Will Speck)
  154. Officer Downe (Director: Shawn Crahan)
  155. Operation Avalanche (Director: Matt Johnson)
  156. Our Kind Of Traitor (Director: Susanna White)
  157. Outlaws + Angels (Director: JT Mollner)
  158. Paterson (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  159. Patriots Day (Director: Peter Berg)
  160. Pepo Pal Senado (Director: Raúl García)
  161. Personal Shopper (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  162. Pet (Director: Carles Torrens)
  163. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (Directors: Akiva Schaffer + Jorma Taccone)
  164. Precious Cargo (Director: Max Adams)
  165. Raw (Director: Julia Ducournau)
  166. Recovery (Director: Darrell Wheat)
  167. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  168. Satanic (Director: Jeffrey G. Hunt)
  169. Sausage Party (Director: Greg Tiernan + Conrad Vernon)
  170. Shepherds And Butchers (Directors: Oliver Schmitz)
  171. Shovel Buddies (Directors: Simon Atkinson + Adam Townley)
  172. Silence (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  173. Sleight (Director: J.D. Dillard)
  174. Sniper: Ghost Shooter (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  175. Sniper: Special Ops (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  176. Snowden (Director: Oliver Stone)
  177. Sophie And The Rising Sun (Director: Maggie Greenwald)
  178. Spaceman (Director: Brett Rapkin)
  179. Spin Out (Directors: Tim Ferguson + Marc Gracie)
  180. Standoff (Director: Adam Alleca)
  181. Strange Weather (Director: Katherine Dieckmann)
  182. Sundown (Director: Fernando Lebrija)
  183. Swing State (Director: Jonathan Sheldon)
  184. Swiss Army Man (Directors: Dan Kwan + Daniel Scheinert)
  185. Term Life (Director: Peter Billingsley)
  186. The 9th Life Of Louis Drax (Director: Alexander Aja)
  187. The Accountant (Director: Gavin O’Connor)
  188. The Asian Connection (Director: Daniel Zirilli)
  189. The Assignment (Director: Walter Hill)
  190. The Autopsy Of Jane Doe (Director: André Øvredal)
  191. The Bad Batch (Director: Ana Lily Amirpour)
  192. The Belko Experiment (Director: Greg McLean)
  193. The Birth Of A Nation (Director: Nate Parker)
  194. The Boss (Director: Ben Falcone)
  195. The Bronx Bull (Director: Martin Guigui)
  196. The Brooklyn Banker (Director: Federico Castelluccio)
  197. The Brothers Grimsby (Director: Louis Leterrier)
  198. The Charnel House (Director: Craig Moss)
  199. The Comedian (Director: Taylor Hackford)
  200. The Congressman (Directors: Jared Martin + Robert Mrazek)
  201. The Conjuring II: The Enfield Poltergeist (Director: James Wan)
  202. The Disappointments Room (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  203. The Duel (Director: Kieran Darcy-Smith)
  204. The Duelist (Director: Aleksey Mizgirev)
  205. The Edge Of Seventeen (Director: Kelly Fremon Craig)
  206. The Exception (Director: David Leveaux)
  207. The Eyes Of My Mother (Director: Nicolas Pesce)
  208. The Free World (Director: Jason Lew)
  209. The Girl On The Train (Director: Tate Taylor)
  210. The Girl With All The Gifts (Director: Colm McCarthy)
  211. The Hatching (Director: Michael Anderson)
  212. The Hollow Point (Director: Gonzalo López-Gallego)
  213. The Infiltrator (Director: Brad Furman)
  214. The Intervention (Director: Clea DuVall)
  215. The Journey Is The Destination (Director: Bronwen Hughes)
  216. The Land (Director: Steven Caple, Jr.)
  217. The Last Face (Director: Sean Penn)
  218. The Last Film Festival (Director: Linda Yellen)
  219. The Last King (Director: Nils Gaup)
  220. The Late Bloomer (Director: Kevin Pollak)
  221. The Levelling (Director: Hope Dickson Leach)
  222. The Mermaid (Director: Stephen Chow)
  223. The Monster (Director: Bryan Bertino)
  224. The Neon Demon (Director: Nicolas Winding Refn)
  225. The Nice Guys (Director: Shane Black)
  226. The Other Side Of The Door (Director: Johannes Roberts)
  227. The People Garden (Director: Nadia Litz)
  228. The Perfect Match (Director: Bille Woodruff)
  229. The Purge: Election Year (Director: James DeMonaco)
  230. The Salesman (Director: Asghar Farhadi)
  231. The Take (Director: James Watkins)
  232. The Trust (Directors: Alex Brewer + Benjamin Brewer)
  233. The Veil (Director: Phil Joanou)
  234. The Whole Truth (Director: Courtney Hunt)
  235. Their Finest (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  236. Toni Erdmann (Director: Maren Ade)
  237. Trash Fire (Director: Richard Bates, Jr.)
  238. Trespass Against Us (Director: Adam Smith)
  239. Triple 9 (Director: John Hillcoat)
  240. Two Lovers And A Bear (Director: Kim Nguyen)
  241. Underworld: Blood Wars (Director: Anna Foerster)
  242. Urge (Director: Aaron Kaufman)
  243. U.S.S. Indianapolis: Men Of Courage (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  244. Vigilante Diaries (Director: Christian Sesma)
  245. Viral (Directors: Henry Joost + Ariel Schulman)
  246. Vincent N Roxxy (Director: Gary Michael Schultz)
  247. Wakefield (Director: Robin Swicord)
  248. War Dogs (Director: Todd Phillips)
  249. War On Everyone (Director: John Michael McDonagh)
  250. We Love You (Director: Huck Botko)
  251. Wiener-Dog (Director: Todd Solondz)
  252. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (Directors: Glenn Ficarra + John Requa)
  253. Why Him? (Director: John Hamburg)
  254. Within (Director: Phil Claydon)
  255. Wolves (Director: Bart Freundlich)
  256. Wolves At The Door (Director: John R. Leonetti))
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2017.06.20 08:04 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2012 (out of the 8,309 films released worldwide that year.)

G
  1. Chasing Rodriguez (Director: Jeff Mosley)
  2. Journey To The Christmas Star (Director: Nils Gaup)
  3. Life’s A Jungle: Africa’s Most Wanted (Director: Robert D. Hanna)
  4. Little Brother, Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure (Directors: Kari Juusonen, Jørgen Lerdam)
  5. Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups (Director: Robert Vince)
  6. Secret Of The Wings (Directors: Roberts Gannaway + Peggy Holmes)
  7. The Oogieloves In The Big Balloon Adventure (Director: Matthew Diamond)
  8. This Shining Light (Directors: Keith Oncale + Shawn Washburn)
  9. Vampire Dog (Director: Geoff Anderson)
  10. Wings (Director: Olga Lopato)
  11. Zambezia (Director: Wayne Thornley)
PG
  1. 12 Dogs Of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue (Director: Kieth Merrill)
  2. 16-Love (Director: Adam Lipsius)
  3. 40 Point Plan (Director: Eric. W. Williams)
  4. Abel’s Field (Director: Gordie Haakstad)
  5. Adventure Planet (Director: Kompin Kemgumnird)
  6. AquaTales (Directors: Ivan Oneka + Gorka Vázquezj)
  7. Back To The Sea (Director: Thom Lu)
  8. Backwards (Director: Ben Hickernell)
  9. Big Miracle (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  10. Bol Bachchan (Director: Rohit Shetty)
  11. Brave (Directors: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman + Steve Purcell)
  12. Champions Of The Deep (Director: Baxter Churchville)
  13. Charly 10th Anniversary Encore (Director: Adam Thomas Anderegg)
  14. Chasing Mavericks (Directors: Michael Apted + Curtis Hanson)
  15. Cheerful Weather For The Wedding (Director: Donal Rice)
  16. Chick Magnets (Director: Brian Douros)
  17. Christmas Oranges (Director: John Lyde)
  18. Cinderella 3D (Director: Pascal Hérold)
  19. Cinnamon (Director: Jordi Mariscal)
  20. Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  21. Cole Younger & The Black Train (Director: Christopher Forbes)
  22. Cowgirls ‘n Angels (Director: Timothy Armstrong)
  23. Crazy Enough (Director: Lance McDaniel)
  24. Delhi Safari (Director: Nikkhil Advani)
  25. Derby Dogs (Director: Tony Simpson)
  26. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (Director: David Bowers)
  27. Dino Time (Directors: Yoon-suk Choi + John Kafka)
  28. Dorothy And The Witches Of Oz (Director: Leigh Scott)
  29. Ekk Deewana Tha (Director: Gautham Menon)
  30. Ernest & Celestine (Directors: Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar + Benjamin Renner)
  31. Fill The Void (Director: Rama Burshtein)
  32. Foodfight! (Director: Lawrence Kasanoff)
  33. Frankenweenie (Director: Tim Burton)
  34. Gladiators Of Rome (Director: Iginio Straffi)
  35. Heart Land (Director: Fred Holmes)
  36. Hercules Saves Christmas (Director: Edward Hightower)
  37. Here Comes The Boom (Director: Frank Coraci)
  38. Hotel Transylvania (Director: Genndy Tartakovsky)
  39. I Heart Shakey (Director: Kevin Cooper)
  40. Ice Age: Continental Drift (Directors: Steve Martino + Mike Thurmeier)
  41. Ivan The Incredible (Director: Michael Hegner)
  42. Jonas (Director: Adam Rehmeier)
  43. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Director: Brad Peyton)
  44. Last Ounce Of Courage (Directors: Darrel Campbell + Kevin McAfee)
  45. Life Of Pi (Director: Ang Lee)
  46. Little Red Wagon (Director: David Anspaugh)
  47. Madagascar III: Europe’s Most Wanted (Directors: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath + Conrad Vernon)
  48. Madam Butterfly 3D (Director: Julian Napier)
  49. Mirror Mirror (Director: Tarsem Singh)
  50. Not That Funny (Director: Lauralee Farrer)
  51. Outback (Director: Kyung Ho Lee)
  52. Papa (Director: Ji-Seung Han)
  53. ParaNorman (Directors: Chris Butler + Sam Fell)
  54. Parental Guidance (Director: Andy Fickman)
  55. Primates Of The Caribbean (Marco Macaco) (Director: Jan Rahbek)
  56. Rise Of The Guardians (Director: Peter Ramsey)
  57. Sky Force 3D (Director: Tony Tang)
  58. Smitty (Director: David Mickey Evans)
  59. Snow Queen (Directors: Vladlen Barbe + Maksim Sveshnikov)
  60. Stealing Roses (Director: Megan Clare Johnson)
  61. The Adventures Of Huck Finn (Director: Hermine Huntgeburth)
  62. The Adventures Of Mickey Matson And The Copperhead Treasure (Director: Harold Cronk)
  63. The Robot Giant (Director: Prapas Cholsaranont)
  64. The Illusionauts (Director: Eduardo Schuldt)
  65. The Lorax (Directors: Chris Renaud + Kyle Balda)
  66. The Magic Of Belle Isle (Director: Rob Reiner)
  67. The Odd Life Of Timothy Green (Director: Peter Hedges)
  68. The Pirates! Band Of Misfits (Directors: Peter Lord + Jeff Newitt)
  69. The Reef II: High Tide (Directors: Mark A.Z. Dippé + Taedong Park)
  70. The Swan Princess Christmas (Director: Richard Rich)
  71. The Three Stooges (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  72. The Woodcarver (Director: Terry Ingram)
  73. Thunderstruck (Director: John Whitesell)
  74. Unicorn City (Director: Bryan Lefler)
  75. Victor and the Secret of Crocodile Mansion (Directors: Cyrill Boss + Philipp Stennert)
  76. Wadjda (Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour)
  77. We Are Family (Director: Renat Davletyarov)
  78. White Men Can’t Dance (Director: Pete Vinal)
  79. Wolf Children (Director: Mamoru Hosoda)
  80. Wolf Dog (Director: Bernadine Santistevan)
  81. Won’t Back Down (Director: Daniel Barnz)
  82. Wordlessness (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  83. Wreck-It Ralph (Director: Rich Moore)
PG-13
  1. A Beautiful Soul (Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd)
  2. A Measure Of Faith (Director: Dalas Davis)
  3. A Thousand Words (Director: Brian Robbins)
  4. After (Director: Ryan Smith)
  5. Alex Cross (Director: Rob Cohen)
  6. Amour (Director: Michael Haneke)
  7. Angus Buchan’s Ordinary People (Director: F.C. Hamman)
  8. Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike (Director: John Putch)
  9. Barbara (Director: Christian Petzold)
  10. Barricade (Director: Andrew Currie)
  11. Battlefield America (Director: Chris Stokes)
  12. Battleship (Director: Peter Berg)
  13. Beasts Of The Southern Wild (Director: Benh Zeitlin)
  14. Bending The Rules (Director: Artie Mandelberg)
  15. Best Man Down (Director: Ted Koland)
  16. Beyond (Director: Josef Rusnak)
  17. Blue Like Jazz (Director: Steve Taylor)
  18. Chinese Zodiac (Director: Jackie Chan)
  19. Christmas In Compton (Director: David Raynr)
  20. Chronicle (Director: Josh Trank)
  21. Columbus Circle (Director: George Gallo)
  22. Croczilla (Director: Lisheng Lin)
  23. Crooked Arrows (Director: Steve Rash)
  24. Crossroad (Director: Shervin Youssefian)
  25. Dark Shadows (Director: Tim Burton)
  26. Dark Tide (Director: John Stockwell)
  27. Darling Companion (Director: Lawrence Kasdan)
  28. Deadline (Director: Curt Hahn)
  29. Deep In The Heart (Director: Christopher Cain)
  30. Desperate Endeavors (Director: Salim Khassa)
  31. Emperor (Director: Peter Webber)
  32. Firefall: An Epic Family Adventure (Director: Matthew Sconce)
  33. Frequency (Director: Jeff Prince)
  34. Fun Size (Director: Josh Schwartz)
  35. Gambit (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  36. General Education (Director: Tom Morris)
  37. Ginger & Rosa (Director: Sally Potter)
  38. Girl Most Likely (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  39. Girl In Progress (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  40. Gone (Director: Heitor Dhalia)
  41. Good Deeds (Director: Tyler Perry)
  42. Great Expectations (Director: Mike Newell)
  43. Greencastle (Director: Koran Dunbar)
  44. Hardflip (Director: Johnny Remo)
  45. Hatfields And McCoys: Bad Blood (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  46. Hattrick (Director: Robert Ronny)
  47. Haute Cuisine (Director: Christian Vincent)
  48. Hitchcock (Director: Sacha Gervasi)
  49. Hope Springs (Director: David Frankel)
  50. House At The End Of The Street (Director: Mark Tonderai)
  51. Iniquity (Director: Joshua Coates)
  52. Jack Reacher (Director: Christopher McQuarrie)
  53. John Carter (Director: Andrew Stanton)
  54. Joyful Noise (Director: Todd Graff)
  55. Judge Archer (Director: Haofeng Xu)
  56. Kon-Tiki (Directors: Joachim Rønning + Espen Sandberg)
  57. LOL (Director: Lisa Azuelos)
  58. Le Chef (Director: Daniel Cohen)
  59. Les Misérables (Director: Tom Hooper)
  60. Liberal Arts (Director: Josh Radnor)
  61. Lincoln (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  62. Lockout (Director: James Mather + Stephen St. Leger)
  63. London Paris New York (Director: Anu Menon)
  64. Madea’s Witness Protection (Director: Tyler Perry)
  65. Man On A Ledge (Director: Asger Leth)
  66. Margarine Wars (Director: David Rich)
  67. Moonrise Kingdom (Director: Wes Anderson)
  68. Mr. Pip (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  69. Much Ado About Nothing (Director: Joss Whedon)
  70. Mud (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  71. My Uncle Rafael (Director: Marc Fusco)
  72. Nesting (Director: John Chuldenko)
  73. No One Will Know (Director: Raj Rohit Reddy)
  74. Now Is Good (Director: Ol Parker)
  75. One For The Money (Director: Julie Anne Robinson)
  76. People Like Us (Director: Alex Kurtzman)
  77. Pitch Perfect (Director: Jason Moore)
  78. Playing For Keeps (Director: Gabriel Muccino)
  79. Premium Rush (Director: David Koepp)
  80. Quartet (Director: Dustin Hoffman)
  81. Red Dawn (Director: Dan Bradley)
  82. Red Tails (Director: Anthony Hemingway)
  83. Refugee From The Storm (Director: Elias Acosta)
  84. Robot & Frank (Director: Jake Schreier)
  85. Rock Of Ages (Director: Adam Shankman)
  86. Roxy (Director: Larry Giorgio)
  87. Saints And Soldiers: Airborne Creed (Director: Ryan Little)
  88. Shanghai Calling (Director: Daniel Hsia)
  89. Skyfall (Director: Sam Mendes)
  90. Sleepwalk With Me (Directors: Mike Birbiglia + Seth Barrish)
  91. Snow White (Director: Pablo Berger)
  92. Snow White And The Huntsman (Director: Rupert Sanders)
  93. Snow White: A Deadly Summer (Director: David DeCoteau)
  94. So Undercover (Director: Tom Vaughn)
  95. Sol (Director: Ben Carland)
  96. Spare Time Killers (Director: Jay Tando)
  97. Sparkle (Director: Salim Akil)
  98. Step Up: Revolution (Director: Scott Speer)
  99. Still Mine (Director: Michael McGowan)
  100. Swan Lake (Directors: Ross MacGibbon + Matthew Bourne)
  101. Tai Chi Zero (Director: Stephen Fung)
  102. Taken II (Director: Olivier megaton)
  103. The Amazing Spider-Man (Director: Marc Webb)
  104. The Apparition (Director: Todd Lincoln)
  105. The Avengers (Director: Joss Whedon)
  106. The Bourne Legacy (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  107. The Citizen (Director: Sam Kadi)
  108. The Cold Light Of Day (Director: Mabrouk El Mechri)
  109. The Dark Night Rises (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  110. The Dinosaur Project (Director: Sid Bennett)
  111. The First Time (Director: Jon Kasdan)
  112. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (Director: Edward Burns)
  113. The Forger (Director: Lawrence Roeck)
  114. The Frontier Boys (Director: John Grooters)
  115. The Frozen (Director: Andrew Hyatt)
  116. The Giant Mechanical Man (Director: Lee Kirk)
  117. The Girl (Director: David Riker)
  118. The Guilt Trip (Director: Anne Fletcher)
  119. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Director: Peter Jackson)
  120. The Impossible (Director: J.A. Bayona)
  121. The Lucky One (Director: Scott Hicks)
  122. The Message (Director: Thomas P. Clay)
  123. The Mine (Director: Jeff Chamberlain)
  124. The Obama Effect (Director: Charles S. Dutton)
  125. The Other Son (Director: Lorraine Lévy)
  126. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (Director: Stephen Chbosky)
  127. The Possession (Director: Ole Bornedal)
  128. The Sapphires (Director: Wayne Blair)
  129. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Pt. 2) (Director: Bill Condon)
  130. The Vow (Director: Michael Sucsy)
  131. The Woman In Black (Director: James Watkins)
  132. The Words (Directors: Brian Klugman + Lee Sternthal)
  133. The Worm And The Poodle (Director: Amy Thorstenson)
  134. Think Like A Man (Director: Tim Story)
  135. Tiger Eyes (Director: Lawrence Blume)
  136. To Write Love On Her Arms (Director: Nathan Frankowski)
  137. Total Recall (Director: Len Wiseman)
  138. Trade Of Innocents (Director: Christopher M. Bessette)
  139. Transit (Director: Antonio Negret)
  140. Trouble With The Curve (Director: Robert Lorenz)
  141. Unconditional (Director: Brent McCorkle)
  142. Unfinished Song (Director: Paul Andrew Williams)
  143. Unleashing Roy (Director: Jack Stanis)
  144. Unstable (Director: Michael Feifer)
  145. Unwitting Victims (Director: Peter Winter Byington)
  146. Upside Down (Director: Juan Solanas)
  147. Vamps (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  148. War Flowers (Director: Serge Rodnunsky)
  149. War Of The Worlds: Goliath (Director: Joe Pearson)
  150. What To Expect When You’re Expecting (Director: Kirk Jones)
  151. Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day (Director: Neema Barnette)
  152. Wrath Of The Titans (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
R
  1. 100 Ghost Street: The Return Of Richard Speck (Director: Martin Wichmann)
  2. 12/12/12 (Director: Jared Cohn)
  3. 2 Days In New York (Director: Julie Delpy)
  4. 21 Jump Street (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  5. 30 Beats (Director: Alexis Lloyd)
  6. 6 Bullets (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  7. 6 Plots (Director: Leigh Sheehan)
  8. 7 Below (Director: Kevin Carraway)
  9. A Dark Truth (Director: Damian Lee)
  10. A Fantastic Fear Of Everything (Directors: Crispian Mills, + Chris Hopewell)
  11. A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III (Director: Roman Coppola)
  12. A Hijacking (Director: Tobias Lindholm)
  13. A Kiss And A Promise (Director: Phillip Guzman)
  14. A Late Quartet (Director: Yaron Zilberman)
  15. A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman (Directors: Bill Jones, Jeff Simpson + Ben Timlett)
  16. A Little Bit Zombie (Director: Casey Walker)
  17. A Royal Affair (Director: Nikolaj Arcel)
  18. ATM (Director: David Brooks)
  19. About Cherry (Director: Stephen Elliott)
  20. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  21. Act Of Valor (Directors: Mike McCoy + Scott Waugh)
  22. Aftershock (Director: Nicolás López)
  23. Alien Dawn (Director: Neil Johnson)
  24. Alien Uprising (Director: Dominic Burns)
  25. Allegiance (Director: Michael Connors)
  26. Alter Egos (Director: Jordan Galland)
  27. Amber Alert (Director: Kerry Bellessa)
  28. Ambush At Dark Canyon (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  29. American Mary (Director: Jen Soska + Sylvia Soska)
  30. American Reunion (Directors: Jon Hurwitz + Hayden Schlossberg)
  31. Among Friends (Director: Danielle Harris)
  32. And While We Were Here (Director: Kat Coiro)
  33. Android Insurrection (Director: Andrew Bellware)
  34. Anna Karenina (Director: Joe Wright)
  35. Any Day Now (Director: Travis Fine)
  36. Apartment 1303 3D (Director: Michael Taverna)
  37. Arbitrage (Director: Nicholas Jarecki)
  38. Argo (Director: Ben Affleck)
  39. Armynel (Director: Lance Dumais)
  40. Arthur Newman (Director: Dante Ariola)
  41. Assassin’s Bullet (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  42. At Any Price (Director: Ramin Bahrani)
  43. Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader (Director: Kevin O’Neill)
  44. August. Eighth (Director: Dzhanik Fayziev)
  45. Axed (Director: Ryan Lee Driscoll)
  46. Bachelorette (Director: Leslye Headland)
  47. Bad Ass (Director: Craig Moss)
  48. Bad Blood (Director: Conrad Janis)
  49. Bad Karma (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  50. Bad Kids Go To Hell (Director: Matthew Spradlin)
  51. Bait (Director: Kimble Rendall)
  52. Battle Force (Director: Scott Martin)
  53. Barrio Tales (Director: Jarrett Tarnol)
  54. Becoming Redwood (Director: Jesse James Miller)
  55. Being Flynn (Director: Paul Weitz)
  56. Bel Ami (Directors: Declan Donnellan + Nick Ormerod)
  57. Between Us (Director: Dan Mirvish)
  58. Beyond Outrage (Director: Takeshi Kitano)
  59. Beyond The Trophy (Director: Daniel J. Gillin)
  60. Bigfoot County (Director: Stephon Stewart)
  61. Bindlestiffs (Director: Andrew Edison)
  62. Birds Of A Feather (Director: Curtis Franklin)
  63. Black Box (Director: Matthew Schilling)
  64. Black Rock (Director: Katie Aselton)
  65. Black’s Game (Director: Óskar Thór Axelsson)
  66. Blood Money (Director: Gregory McQualter)
  67. Bloodwork (Director: Eric Wostenberg)
  68. Book Of 1000 Deaths (Directors: Andretti Dante + Shavsha Israel)
  69. Border Run (Director: Gabriela Tagliavini)
  70. Born Wild (Director Dustin Rikert)
  71. Brake (Director: Gabe Torres)
  72. Branded (Directors: Jamie Bradshaw + Alexander Dulerayn)
  73. Brawl (Directors: Julaluck Ismalone + David Ismalone)
  74. Breaking Wind (Director: Craig Moss)
  75. Breathless (Director: Jesse Baget)
  76. Bro' (Director: Nick Parada)
  77. Broken Faith (Directors: Ricki Holmes + Danny Rogers)
  78. Bullet To The Head (Director: Walter Hill)
  79. Butcher Boys (Directors: Duane Graves + Justine Meeks)
  80. Byzantium (Director: Neil Jordan)
  81. C’mon Man (Director: Kenny Young)
  82. Capital (Director: Costa-Gavras)
  83. Casa de mi Padre (Director: Matt Piedmont)
  84. Celeste & Jesse Forever (Director: Lee Toland Krieger)
  85. Chained (Director: Jennifer Lynch)
  86. Changing The Game (Director: Rel Dowdell)
  87. Chernobyl Diaries (Director: Bradley Parker)
  88. Children Of Sorrow (Director: Jourdan McClure)
  89. Citadel (Director: Ciarán Foy)
  90. Cloud Atlas (Directors: Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski + Lilly Wachowski)
  91. Cold War (Directors: Lok Man Leung + Kim-Ching Luk)
  92. Come Out And Play (Director: Makinov)
  93. Compliance (Director: Craig Zobel)
  94. Contraband (Director: Baltasar Kormákur)
  95. Cosmopolis (Director: David Cronenberg)
  96. Crew 2 Crew (Director: Mark Bacci)
  97. Critical Decisions (Directors: Carl June + Louis Libran)
  98. Crowsnest (Director: Brenton Spencer)
  99. Dark Tourist (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  100. Dawn Rider (Director: Terry Miles)
  101. Dead Before Dawn 3D (Director: April Mullen)
  102. Deadfall (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  103. Disconnect (Director: Henry Alex Rubin)
  104. Django Unchained (Director: Quentin Tarantino)
  105. Doc. 33 (Director: Giacomo Gabrielli)
  106. Dragon Eyes (Director: John Hyams)
  107. Dredd (Director: Pete Travis)
  108. Drug War (Director: Johnnie To)
  109. Easy Rider II: The Ride Home (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  110. Eden (Director: Megan Griffiths)
  111. El Gringo (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  112. Electrick Children (Director: Rebecca Thomas)
  113. Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter (Director: Ryan Andrews)
  114. End Roll (Directors: Giacomo Gabrielli + Daniele Misischia)
  115. End Of Watch (Director: David Ayer)
  116. Erased (Director: Philipp Stölzl)
  117. Everybody Has A Plan (Director: Ana Piterbarg)
  118. Extraction (Director: Nir Paniry)
  119. FDR: American Badass! (Director: Garrett Brawith)
  120. Farewell, My Queen (Director: Benoît Jacquot)
  121. Fat Kid Rules The World (Director: Matthew Lillard)
  122. Filly Brown (Directors: Youssef Delara + Michael D. Olmos)
  123. Fire With Fire (Director: David Barrett)
  124. Flight (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  125. For Greater Glory: The True Story Of Cristiada (Director: Dean Wright)
  126. For A Good Time, Call... (Director: Jamie Travis)
  127. For The Love Of Money (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  128. Four (Director: Joshua Sanchez)
  129. Frances Ha (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  130. Freaky Deaky (Director: Charles Matthau)
  131. Free Samples (Director: Jay Gammill)
  132. Freelancers (Director: Jessy Terrero)
  133. Freeloaders (Director: Dan Rosen)
  134. Funeral Kings (Directors: Kevin McManus + Matthew McManus)
  135. Gallowwalkers (Director: Andrew Goth)
  136. Generation Um... (Director: Mark Mann)
  137. Get The Gringo (Director: Adrian Grunberg)
  138. Ghost Graduation (Director: Javier Ruiz Caldera)
  139. Girls Against Boys (Director: Austin Chick)
  140. Girls Gone Dead (Directors: Michael Hoffman, Jr. + Aaron T. Wells)
  141. Goats (Director: Christopher Neil)
  142. Grassroots (Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal)
  143. Greystone Park (Director: Sean Stone)
  144. Heathens And Thieves (Director: Megan Peterson + John Douglas Sinclair)
  145. Hellbenders (Director: J.T. Petty)
  146. Hello I Must Be Going (Director: Todd Louiso)
  147. Highway (Director: Coke Daniels)
  148. Hijacked (Director: Brandon Nutt)
  149. Hirokin: The Last Samurai (Director: Alejo Mo-Sun)
  150. Hit And Run (Directors: David Palmer + Dax Shepard)
  151. Hold Your Breath (Director: Jared Cohn)
  152. House Arrest (Director: William Washington)
  153. Hyde Park On Hudson (Director: Roger Michell)
  154. If I Were You (Director: Joan Carr-Wiggin)
  155. In The Hive (Director: Robert Townsend)
  156. In The House (Director: François Ozon)
  157. Inch-Allah (Director: Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette)
  158. Inescapable (Director: Ruba Nadda)
  159. Infected (Director: Glenn Ciano)
  160. Inhuman Resources (Director: Daniel Krige)
  161. Into The White (Director: Petter Næss)
  162. Iron Sky (Director: Timo Vuorensola)
  163. It’s A Disaster (Director: Todd Berger)
  164. Jack & Diane (Director: Bradley Rust Gray)
  165. Jannat II (Director: Kunal Deshmukh)
  166. Jayne Mansfield’s Car (Director: Billy Bob Thornton)
  167. John Dies At The End (Director: Don Coscarelli)
  168. Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  169. Just Like A Woman (Director: Rachid Bouchareb)
  170. Killed Mr. Killer (Director: Ron Sauer)
  171. Killing Them Softly (Director: Andrew Dominik)
  172. Kiss Of The Damned (Director: Xan Cassavetes)
  173. Knife Fight (Director: Bill Guttentag)
  174. Knights Of Malice (Director: Mickey Reece)
  175. LUV (Director: Sheldon Candis)
  176. Lawless (Director: John Hillcoat)
  177. Lay The Favorite (Director: Stephen Frears)
  178. Least Among Saints (Director: Martin Papazian)
  179. Life’s A Beach (Director: Tony Vitale)
  180. Lola Versus (Director: Daryl Wein)
  181. Looper (Director: Rian Johnson)
  182. Lord Of Darkness (Director: Ricky Wood)
  183. Love Is All You Need (Director: Susanne Bier)
  184. Love Sick Love (Director: Christian Charles)
  185. Love Written In Blood (Director: undisclosed)
  186. Mac & Devin Go To High School (Director: Dylan C. Brown)
  187. Mafia (Director: Ryan Combs)
  188. Magic Mike (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  189. Man From Shaolin (Directors: Peng Zhang Li + R.T. Wong)
  190. Mancation (Director: Frank Vain)
  191. Maximum Conviction (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  192. Meeting Evil (Director: Chris Fisher)
  193. Memorial Day (Director: Samuel Fischer)
  194. Men In Black III (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  195. Middle Of Nowhere (Director: Ava Duvernay)
  196. Mighty Fine (Director: Debbie Goodstein)
  197. Money Fight (Directors: Adam Boster + Kenneth Chamitoff)
  198. Money Shot (Director: Bill McAdams, Jr.)
  199. Motorway (Director: Pou-Soi Cheang)
  200. Nature Calls (Director: Todd Rohal)
  201. Night Of The Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (Director: Jeff Broadstreet)
  202. Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection (Director: James Plumb)
  203. Nightmare Fuel (Director: Russel Parks)
  204. No (Director: Pablo Larraín)
  205. No One Lives (Director: Ryûhei Kitamura)
  206. No Vacancy (Director: Chris Stokes)
  207. Nobody Walks (Director: Ry Russo-Young)
  208. Noobz (Director: Blake Freeman)
  209. Not Fade Away (Director: David Chase)
  210. Not Suitable For Children (Director: Peter Templeman)
  211. On The Other Side Of The Tracks (Director: David Charhon)
  212. On The Road (Director: Walter Salles)
  213. One In The Chamber (Director: William Kaufman)
  214. Overnight (Director: Valerie Breiman)
  215. Paranormal Activity IV (Director: Henry Joost + Ariel Schulman)
  216. Parasitic (Director: Tim Martin)
  217. Passion (Director: Brian De Palma)
  218. Paulette (Director: Jérôme Enrico)
  219. Picture Day (Director: Kate Melville)
  220. Piranha 3DD (Director: John Gulager)
  221. Playback (Director: Michael A. Nickles)
  222. Populaire (Director: Régis Roinsard)
  223. Project X (Director: Nima Nourizadeh)
  224. Prometheus (Director: Ridley Scott)
  225. Promised Land (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  226. Pusher (Director: Luis Prieto)
  227. Raaz III: The Third Dimension (Director: Vikram Bhatt)
  228. Reality (Director: Matteo Garrone)
  229. [rec.] III: Genesis (Director: Paco Plaza)
  230. Red Hook Summer (Director: Spike Lee)
  231. Red Lights (Director: Rodrigo Cortés)
  232. Renoir (Director: Gilles Bourdos)
  233. Resident Evil: Damnation (Directors: Makoto Kamiya + Toyoshi Minamino)
  234. Resident Evil: Retribution (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  235. Revenge For Jolly! (Director: Chadd Harbold)
  236. Rites Of Passage (Director: W. Peter Iliff)
  237. Ritual (Director: Joko Anwar)
  238. Robin Hood: Ghosts Of Sherwood (Director: Oliver Krekel)
  239. Rogue River (Director: Jourdan McClure)
  240. Room 13 (Pt. II) (Director: Hunter Goligoski)
  241. Ruby Sparks (Directors: Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris)
  242. Rust And Bone (Director: Jacques Audiard)
  243. Safe (Director: Boaz Yakin)
  244. Safe House (Director: Daniel Espinosa)
  245. Safety Not Guaranteed (Director: Colin Trevorrow)
  246. Sassy Pants (Director: Coley Sohn)
  247. Saturday Morning Mystery (Director: Spencer Parsons)
  248. Savages (Director: Oliver Stone)
  249. Save The Date (Director: Michael Mohan)
  250. Scary Or Die (Directors: Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel + Igor Meglic)
  251. Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World (Director: Lorene Scafaria)
  252. Seven Psychopaths (Director: Martin McDonagh)
  253. Shadow Dancer (Director: James Marsh)
  254. Silver Linings Playbook (Director: David O. Russell)
  255. Sin Reaper 3D (Director: Sebastian Bartolitius)
  256. Sinister (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  257. Slumber Party Slaughter (Director: Rebekah Chaney)
  258. Small Apartments (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  259. Smashed (Director: James Ponsoldt)
  260. Smiley (Director: Michael J. Gallagher)
  261. Soldiers Of Fortune (Director: Maxim Korostyshevsky)
  262. Sorority Party Massacre (Directors: Chris W. Freeman + Justin Jones)
  263. South Of Sanity (Directors: Mathew Edwards + Kirk Watson)
  264. Spring Breakers (Director: Harmony Korine)
  265. Stand Up Guys (Director: Fisher Stevens)
  266. Starship Troopers: Invasion (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  267. Stash House (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  268. Stitches (Director: Conor McMahon)
  269. Stolen (Director: Simon West)
  270. Storage 24 (Director: Johannes Roberts)
  271. Stories Of The Paranormal: It Came In The Night (Director: Kelly Weaver)
  272. Strange, Stranger (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  273. Stuck In Love (Director: Josh Boone)
  274. Sushi Girl (Director: Kern Saxton)
  275. Ted (Director: Seth MacFarlane)
  276. Thanks For Sharing (Director: Stuart Blumberg)
  277. That’s My Boy (Director: Sean Anders)
  278. That’s What She Said (Director: Carrie Preston)
  279. The 49th Line (Director: Drew O’Kane)
  280. The Aggression Scale (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  281. The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse (Director: Justin Paul Ritter)
  282. The Artist And The Model (Director: Fernando Trueba)
  283. The Attack (Director: Ziad Doueiri)
  284. The Babymakers (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  285. The Barrens (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  286. The Bay (Director: Barry Levinson)
  287. The Baytown Outlaws (Director: Barry Battles)
  288. The Brass Teapot (Director: Ramaa Mosley)
  289. The Cabin In The Woods (Director: Drew Goddard)
  290. The Campaign (Director: Jay Roach)
  291. The Collection (Director: Marcus Dunstan)
  292. The Color Of Time (Directors: Edna Luise Biesold, Sarah-Violet Bliss, Gabrielle Demeestere, Alexis Gambis, Brooke Goldfinch, Shripriya Mahesh, Pamela Romanowsky, Bruce Thierry Cheung, Tine Thomasen, Virginia Urreiztieta + Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo)
  293. The Company You Keep (Director: Robert Redford)
  294. The Courier (Director: Hany Abu-Assad)
  295. The Darkening (Director: Jack L. Young)
  296. The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683 (Director: Renzo Martinelli)
  297. The Devil Inside (Director: William Brent Bell)
  298. The Dictator (Director: Larry Charles)
  299. The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (Directors: Jay Duplass + Mark Duplass)
  300. The Doorway (Director: Chase Smith)
  301. The Expendables (Director: Simon West)
  302. The Factory (Director: Morgan O’Neill)
  303. The Five-Year Engagement (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  304. The Gangster (Director: Kongkiat Khomsiri)
  305. The Ghostmaker (Director: Mauro Borrelli)
  306. The Girl From The Naked Eye (Director: David Ren)
  307. The Guillotines (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  308. The Hunger Games (Director: Gary Ross)
  309. The Hunt (Director: Thomas Vinterberg)
  310. The Iceman (Director: Ariel Vromen)
  311. The King Of Najayo (Director: Fernando Baez Mella)
  312. The Kitchen (Director: Ishai Setton)
  313. The Legend Of Black Annie (Directors: Terrence Flack + Shane Woodson)
  314. The Lesser Blessed (Director: Anita Doron)
  315. The Letter (Director: Jay Anania)
  316. The Liability (Director: Craig Viveiros)
  317. The Lords Of Salem (Director: Rob Zombie)
  318. The Man With The Iron Fists (Director: RZA)
  319. The Master (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  320. The Mooring (Director: Glenn Withrow)
  321. The Motel Life (Directors: Alan Polsky + Gabe Polsky)
  322. The Newest Pledge (Director: Jason Michael Brescia)
  323. The Pact (Director: Nicholas McCarthy)
  324. The Paperboy (Director: Lee Daniels)
  325. The Patience Stone (Director: Atiq Rahimi)
  326. The Philly Kid (Director: Jason Connery)
  327. The Place Beyond The Pines (Director: Derek Cianfrance)
  328. The Players (Directors: Emmanuelle Bercot, Fred Cavayé, Alexandre Courtès, Jean Dujardin, Michel Hazanavicius, Jan Kounen, Eric Lartigau, Gilles Lellouche
  329. The Raven (Director: James McTeigue)
  330. The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Director: Mira Nair)
  331. The Rise & Fall Of A White Collar Hooligan (Director: Paul Tanter)
  332. The Samaritan (Director: David Weaver)
  333. The Sessions (Director: Ben Lewin)
  334. The Sweeney (Director: Nick Love)
  335. The Tall Man (Director: Pascal Laugier)
  336. The Thompsons (Directors: Mitchell Altieri + Phil Flores)
  337. The Watch (Director: Akiva Schaffer)
  338. The Watermen (Director: Matt L. Lockhart)
  339. This Is 40 (Director: Judd Apatow)
  340. This Means War (Director: McG)
  341. Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie (Directors: Tim Heidecker + Eric Wareheim)
  342. To Rome With Love (Director: Woody Allen)
  343. To The Wonder (Director: Terrence Malick)
  344. Twice Born (Director: Sergio Castellitto)
  345. Ultrasonic (Director: Rohit Colin Rao)
  346. Under The Bed (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  347. Underworld: Awakening (Directors: Måns Mårlind + Björn Stein )
  348. Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning (Director: John Hyams)
  349. V/H/S (Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, David Bruckner, Tyler Gillett, Justin Martinez, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence, Joe Swanberg, Chad Villella, Ti West + Adam Wingard)
  350. Wanderlust (Director: David Wain)
  351. We The Party (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  352. What Maisie Knew (Director: Scott McGehee + David Siegel)
  353. Why Stop Now? (Director: Phil Dorling + Ron Nyswaner)
  354. Wish You Were Here (Director: Kieran Darcy-Smith)
  355. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You (Director: Michael A. Pinckney)
  356. Zero Dark Thirty (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  357. Zombies vs. Strippers (Director: Alex Nicolaou)
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