Greater career - Mike Trout or Bryce Harper?

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Based on Fangraphs WAR, whose career will be greater?

Trout
Harper


Kiarostami bag (milo z), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 13:35 (six years ago) Permalink

Well we only got half a season of MLB data to go off of and Harper's definitely going to have a great career but Mike Trout could have a 10 WAR season at the age of 20, despite missing 20 games! It may be the second greatest age 20 season ever (next to ARod obviously). He's great in the field too. I can't vote against him at this point.

frogbs, Tuesday, 10 July 2012 13:58 (six years ago) Permalink

Just a guess, but I'll go with Trout.

clemenza, Tuesday, 10 July 2012 14:17 (six years ago) Permalink

dunno

Pangborn to be Wilde (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 14:33 (six years ago) Permalink

Trout is a significantly better fielder, so I'll go with Trout.

polyphonic, Tuesday, 10 July 2012 16:49 (six years ago) Permalink

Trout's gonna benefit in the counting stats department by being paired with Pujols and Trumbo for the foreseeable future..

johnathan lee riche$ (mayor jingleberries), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 18:01 (six years ago) Permalink

I think the positional adjustment will be pretty difficult for Harper to overcome in the near term. Over the course of their entire career, I'm going to guess that Harper's power will give him an edge.

Fig On A Plate Cart (Alex in SF), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 19:51 (six years ago) Permalink

xp that's why the question is phrased in terms of WAR.

Fig On A Plate Cart (Alex in SF), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 19:52 (six years ago) Permalink

I think the positional adjustment will be pretty difficult for Harper to overcome in the near term. Over the course of their entire career, I'm going to guess that Harper's power will give him an edge.

― Fig On A Plate Cart (Alex in SF), Tuesday, July 10, 2012 3:51 PM (31 seconds ago) Bookmark

basically my thoughts exactly

J0rdan S., Tuesday, 10 July 2012 19:52 (six years ago) Permalink

it's a clown question, bro

Pangborn to be Wilde (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 19:53 (six years ago) Permalink

noooooo

mookieproof, Tuesday, 10 July 2012 19:53 (six years ago) Permalink

Harper and Trout, asked about friendship. Trout: "We really don't like each other." Harper: "It's like Bird and Magic. He's Magic. I'm Bird."

polyphonic, Tuesday, 10 July 2012 20:25 (six years ago) Permalink

There must be something wrong with me that I see this poll closes in 14 years yet I vote anyway.

Godzilla vs. Rodan Rodannadanna (The Yellow Kid), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 20:27 (six years ago) Permalink

u lyin xp

mookieproof, Tuesday, 10 July 2012 20:30 (six years ago) Permalink

I really don't think any of us will have permission to use the Web in '26

Pangborn to be Wilde (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 20:36 (six years ago) Permalink

harper i guess but good god how amazing are these two already

Grimy Little Pimp (Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 22:16 (six years ago) Permalink

should probably have a companion poll that ends before ILX is a Facebook subsidiary, huh?

Kiarostami bag (milo z), Tuesday, 10 July 2012 22:35 (six years ago) Permalink

one month passes...

From Cliff Corcoran's MVP watch today:

Trout's first 258 plate appearances -- 8 home runs
Next 179 plate appearances -- 14 home runs

The second part of that would work out to 50 HR in a full season.

clemenza, Friday, 17 August 2012 22:20 (six years ago) Permalink

You have already voted in this poll and cannot vote again.

I'll be dead when this poll ends

sanskrit, Saturday, 18 August 2012 02:08 (six years ago) Permalink

We'll all be dead

windjamm voyager (blank), Friday, 24 August 2012 04:50 (six years ago) Permalink

i will be alive and wealthy.

Porto for Pyros (The Cursed Return of the Dastardly Thermo Thinwall), Friday, 24 August 2012 16:11 (six years ago) Permalink

eight months pass...

Only 13-1/2 years left to vote...I noticed that Harper played his 162nd game today (and hit a home run):

AB: 616
H: 175
2B: 31
3B: 10
HR: 31
R: 115
RBI: 77
BB: 68
SB: 19
BA: .284
SA: .518
OBP: .356
WAR: 6.8 (plus today)

Not sure how that measures up against the best first-162 by other players--even eliminating age from the equation, and allowing in Pujols or anybody else, it must still be Top 10.

clemenza, Sunday, 28 April 2013 01:48 (six years ago) Permalink

I don't know why, but I love when players stat lines with double digits in 3B to go with good HR and 2B numbers. It just screams either 1.) I'm a crazy good athlete or 2.) I'm a crazy baseball player and am going to take every base you will give me.

earlnash, Sunday, 28 April 2013 02:57 (six years ago) Permalink

how many caught stealing?

Pope Rusty I (Dr Morbius), Sunday, 28 April 2013 03:27 (six years ago) Permalink

He's been caught seven times, so fairly ordinary. Don't know why I threw SB in. Force of habit--he'll be famous for other things.

clemenza, Sunday, 28 April 2013 03:46 (six years ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

Bryce should've braced for the impact with his hair.

ballin' from Maine to Mexico (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 14 May 2013 11:40 (six years ago) Permalink

yaow

johnny crunch, Tuesday, 14 May 2013 12:48 (six years ago) Permalink

11 stitches in chin

ballin' from Maine to Mexico (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 14 May 2013 14:04 (six years ago) Permalink

No one posted about Trout's cycle last night? I just found out now.

clemenza, Wednesday, 22 May 2013 21:34 (six years ago) Permalink

he got halfway to another cycle in the first 2 innings tonight

ballin' from Maine to Mexico (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 23 May 2013 00:42 (five years ago) Permalink

maybe if he did more 'card tricks' like that he'd win an MVP, eh?

ballin' from Maine to Mexico (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 23 May 2013 00:42 (five years ago) Permalink

You're not still on that, are you? But you might be right--Cabrera's 2012 must have been a cheap card trick, because he's doing it all over again.

clemenza, Thursday, 23 May 2013 03:27 (five years ago) Permalink

no disrespect to Miggy but him winning the MVP over Trout was such a joke

if Hamilton or the Grandyman hit two more then Miggy's not the MVP. why the hell do we even have an MVP award

frogbs, Thursday, 23 May 2013 03:56 (five years ago) Permalink

As the season wound down last year--last week or so, say--I think the writers had decided they were going to give the MVP to Cabrera whether he got the TC or not. I'm not agreeing, but I don't think it's right to say the MVP was 100% predicated on the TC. Anyway, my point was that if there were an implied equivalency between a Triple Crown and hitting for the cycle--both just gimmicky parlor tricks--well, you know.

clemenza, Thursday, 23 May 2013 04:08 (five years ago) Permalink

the triple crown is pretty impressive but then again we were a Gwynn broken wrist and a piazza lingering back injury away from a Dante Bichette triple crown so idk.

christmas candy bar (al leong), Thursday, 23 May 2013 04:14 (five years ago) Permalink

This again. I think Trout should have won but, you know, he achieved his basic rate stats -- all very close to those of Cabrera -- with 22 fewer games played. I can't fault a writer who took that into consideration and voted for Cabrera (who won by a fairly wide margin, right?).

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Andy K, Thursday, 23 May 2013 04:19 (five years ago) Permalink

no disrespect to Miggy but him winning the MVP over Trout was such a joke

if Hamilton or the Grandyman hit two more then Miggy's not the MVP. why the hell do we even have an MVP award

― frogbs, Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:56 PM (Yesterday) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

this is sort of a silly argument though, seeing as finishing with the most home runs IS important and awards voting is based on accomplishment relative to the rest of the players and not some random baseline. hamilton and granderson finished with fewer home runs than miggy, as did everyone else in the AL, and that's an accomplishment for miggy.

the ridiculous thing is that people still care about the triple crown at all when it's just an antique baseball card holdover that only considers one factor of offensive production and provides a good excuse for throwing out all the other ones

ty based gay dead computer god (zachlyon), Thursday, 23 May 2013 04:27 (five years ago) Permalink

I'd like to point out I only called a cycle a card trick.

ballin' from Maine to Mexico (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 23 May 2013 11:26 (five years ago) Permalink

It's a difference of two. Obviously hitting 30 home runs in a year where the next highest guy only gets 15 is a huge deal. I mean I guess you can argue that they were going to give it to Miggy triple crown or no, which makes the voters look even worse. Miggy's season is certainly MVP-caliber but Trout's was the best since the days of Barry Bonds, and he did it while missing almost a full month.

frogbs, Thursday, 23 May 2013 13:16 (five years ago) Permalink

Okay--I inferred an implication (or implied an inferrence) from Morbius that wasn't there.

I think any observant baseball fan makes adjustments as necessary. If Bichette had won a Triple Crown that year, I don't think it would have been taken all that seriously. Coors Field obviously inflated his stats drastically in all three categories, and he also clearly would have been the worst player ever to achieve a TC.

I think it's a bad choice of words to call Cabrera's MVP a joke. The wrong choice, I'd agree, but he wasn't Andre Dawson in 1987. (You've stepped that back in your last post.)

clemenza, Thursday, 23 May 2013 14:04 (five years ago) Permalink

Something I hadn't noticed until looking at the boxscores for Trout's last couple of games: the Angels have been batting him second for most of this season (80%+ of his PA)? I don't get it. You've got the greatest leadoff hitter since Rickey Henderson in your lineup, coming off a year where he scored just under a run per game, and you move him down to the second spot? I thought for a second I'd see Henderson or Ty Cobb at the top of the Angels' lineup, but no.

clemenza, Thursday, 23 May 2013 22:01 (five years ago) Permalink

he's gonna get that many more first-inning rbis now

iirc the stats bros claim you should use yr best hitter at #2

mookieproof, Thursday, 23 May 2013 22:10 (five years ago) Permalink

Interesting. I'm working on the traditional model of best all-around on-base/power guy at #3--the Pujols/Cabrera guy--the McGwires bat cleanup, and the on-base/speed guys bat leadoff. The #2 guy is the low-strikeout contact hitter with some extra-base power: Ken Griffey Sr., just to show how up-to-date I am.

clemenza, Thursday, 23 May 2013 22:16 (five years ago) Permalink

stats bros also claim lineup order doesn't really matter, just get your best players the most PAs

ty based gay dead computer god (zachlyon), Thursday, 23 May 2013 22:26 (five years ago) Permalink

Yes--James used to run thousands of computer simulations and found that the difference between the lineups of maximum and minimum effectiveness wasn't all that significant. (I don't remember--maybe 25 runs a year?) Having said that, I'd still rather have Trout batting leadoff than second (least of all batting second behind a shortstop with a .300 OBP). I don't know if he unnerves the opposition the way Henderson used to, but at almost a run a game, give him the extra PAs, and get him up there first every game.

clemenza, Thursday, 23 May 2013 22:40 (five years ago) Permalink

both hit homers tonight.

I think the general stathead view is that Cabrera is the best hitter right now, Trout the best player.

ballin' from Maine to Mexico (Dr Morbius), Friday, 24 May 2013 01:17 (five years ago) Permalink

there was an argument when bonds was going batshit that the giants should bat him leadoff to force the opposition to pitch to him at LEAST once.

I don't belong in that class (Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved), Friday, 24 May 2013 01:26 (five years ago) Permalink

hall of famer vs top 5 player ever

k3vin k., Monday, 28 May 2018 17:36 (eleven months ago) Permalink

not so sure about the first part

mookieproof, Monday, 28 May 2018 18:35 (eleven months ago) Permalink

he's exactly 1/3 of the way to 500 HRs and has about 900 hits, gonna finish his age 25 season with about 31 WAR, I think he's a great bet

k3vin k., Monday, 28 May 2018 19:15 (eleven months ago) Permalink

he's very good and started very young, so yeah he's a good bet. but idk -- he's had one incredible season, a couple all-star seasons, and then some regular major league corner outfielder seasons

he's 5 WAR behind andruw through age 24, and while i don't expect harper to fall off a cliff at 31, it doesn't seem like his defense will help him much either.

there's plenty of time left, and maybe he'll be rejuvenated when he gets to play wherever he wants, but after that 2015 season i think we all expected something more

mookieproof, Monday, 28 May 2018 19:31 (eleven months ago) Permalink

Harper seems like a guy who could fall into a Tulo injury hole any minute. I think any team signing him for $400 million might wind up with a disaster.

omar little, Monday, 28 May 2018 20:16 (eleven months ago) Permalink

Go Yankees

obviously DLC (Karl Malone), Monday, 28 May 2018 20:26 (eleven months ago) Permalink

I guess the thing Harper is he’s maybe the one guy who could bust out 3 trout-like seasons in a row and it wouldn’t be THAT surprising.

obviously DLC (Karl Malone), Monday, 28 May 2018 20:27 (eleven months ago) Permalink

I don't know last season he was in the running for MVP up until the injury, he hit a pretty solid 156 wrc+ which is what Stanton got a MVP for. This season he is walking at a career high rate, striking out at a career low rate and his babip is absolutely unsustainable. It's a weird position he is in, he is leading the league in home runs, on pace for another 40 HR season, but only has 6 doubles, all of which in a contract year. The big development is that his defense is cratering at a stunning rate, not that he was ever famous for it but this year it's just really bad right now.

In short, he is obviously not Mike Trout but then who is. He might just be Stanton and that's pretty pretty good, especially considering the numerous setbacks he got injuries wise. To me he is in the running for the HOF (through age 25 he compares well to Beltre, Cabrera and Stanton for example).

Van Horn Street, Monday, 28 May 2018 20:37 (eleven months ago) Permalink

Also yeah he is not worth 400 millions even in this crazy inflated salaries context.

Van Horn Street, Monday, 28 May 2018 20:39 (eleven months ago) Permalink

2015 aside, Harper feels more and more like the new Mr. May. (Or Mr. April--his career slash line for April is .309/.436/.619. No other month is close.)

He does have the foundation for a HOF career, though. Long way to go.

clemenza, Monday, 28 May 2018 21:59 (eleven months ago) Permalink

(Just looked up the career splits for the original Mr. May, Dave Winfield. May was only his fourth best month--April, June, and July were better. In a broader sense, though, Steinbrenner may have been on to something--his two worst were August and September. And then, the real issue, there was his poor postseason record.)

clemenza, Monday, 28 May 2018 22:03 (eleven months ago) Permalink

eight months pass...

I don't know how much validity there is here, but it's an interesting approach to Harper's seasonal swings.

http://www.billjamesonline.com/how_old_is_bryce_harper/

clemenza, Monday, 18 February 2019 04:56 (three months ago) Permalink

Looking at the Active Career WAR leaders I realize:

1. Of course the only question now is between Harper and Machado, except:
2. Mookie Betts is as young and has more WAR than EITHER of those two. And is potentially better going forward if Machado stays at SS.
3. I forget sometimes just how unbelievably good Albert Pujols was. He was as good as any of these not named Mike Trout through 25 and then he just turned it up and was BETTER for five more years in a row.

Guayaquil (eephus!), Monday, 18 February 2019 05:13 (three months ago) Permalink

I'm floored by the AAV, which is Jake Arrieta money. This almost seems like a deal designed to enable the #Phillies to sign a second prime free agent in two years.

— Joe Sheehan (@joe_sheehan) February 28, 2019

a Mets fan who gave up on everything in the mid '80s (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 28 February 2019 21:54 (two months ago) Permalink

Curious how Bryce Harper's first seven seasons compare to Bobby Abreu's? Check the Play Index https://t.co/1SYvrZnKR5 pic.twitter.com/SiPbgY5CRM

— Baseball Reference (@baseball_ref) March 3, 2019

Andy K, Sunday, 3 March 2019 02:25 (two months ago) Permalink

BA = #60 on the Mitchell Report.

Jersey Al (Albert R. Broccoli), Sunday, 3 March 2019 05:42 (two months ago) Permalink

lol abreu is my go-to example of WAR being a flawed metric

velko, Sunday, 3 March 2019 05:47 (two months ago) Permalink

how so? i didn't really follow baseball during his entire career - i checked out in the mid 90s and came back in the early 2010s. but by his stats he looks really good, even by counting stats? 20-30 HRs, 30-40 steals, around .300 BA each year, really good plate discipline, high OBP?

Karl Malone, Sunday, 3 March 2019 05:55 (two months ago) Permalink

he had a very nice run with the phillies, definitely in the hall of the very good but (yes subjectivity alert here) anyone following baseball at the time would not put him in the near-elite status his war would have you believe. tbf the bad back end of his career is maybe clouding my judgment a bit but walking a lot and striking out even more does not a great player make!

velko, Sunday, 3 March 2019 06:00 (two months ago) Permalink

his career trajectory is interesting. there used to be a general idea of youth leading to a "prime" (age 25-30, give or take), then a slow decline to retirement. but in recent years that's kind of been revised to players generally being at their best in the first few years, then a slow decline all the way to retirement. but very few players actually follow that exact trajectory. bobby abreu does. he was at his very best in his first few years, then very good for years afterward, then good, then serviceable, then mediocre, then old and bad, in a very linear fashion. also very durable!

Bobby Abreu's career, in one character:

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Karl Malone, Sunday, 3 March 2019 06:11 (two months ago) Permalink

Abreu wasn't elite, but you could easily make the argument that he was the most underrated player in baseball during his prime.

Harper isn't elite either, save for his one MVP year.

NoTimeBeforeTime, Sunday, 3 March 2019 13:29 (two months ago) Permalink

In an O Henry twist, it seemed that when people started to pay attention to Bobby Abreu being really good 5 Tool player is when his production seem to slide. This be at the peak when he won the home run derby and then went into a total power slump in the second half, that seemed to be when his power slid of in general.

earlnash, Sunday, 3 March 2019 13:49 (two months ago) Permalink

The Craig Biggio dynamic: by the time everyone notices how good you are (in Biggio's case, predicated on his getting 3,000 hits), you're no longer good.

clemenza, Sunday, 3 March 2019 16:20 (two months ago) Permalink

Earlnash otm, Abreu’s career seemingly can be split into his pre-derby 6.0 WAR-type minor star seasons and his post-derby “solid but now-overrated” era.

omar little, Sunday, 3 March 2019 16:25 (two months ago) Permalink

Harper will clearly be elite at the end of this season.

a Mets fan who gave up on everything in the mid '80s (Dr Morbius), Sunday, 3 March 2019 16:29 (two months ago) Permalink

I would not be surprised that Harper might win a HR title or two playing in Philly, but 13 years is a long, long time. I could see Harper getting knicked up over and over, as it has happened already. I'd probably be looking to move him to 1b pretty quick and get him out of the outfield.

DH probably will be in the NL by the time the contract hits, so it is possible that could be a benefit to Philly at some point.

earlnash, Sunday, 3 March 2019 22:17 (two months ago) Permalink

http://www.dirtsheet.com/los-angeles-angels-considering-10-year-350-extension-for-mike-trout/

You have to love "considering." They're also considering offering Pujols to the Red Sox for Mookie Betts--they just want to time it right.

clemenza, Sunday, 3 March 2019 23:52 (two months ago) Permalink

Who is the worst outfielder Hoskins or Harper

Van Horn Street, Monday, 4 March 2019 01:56 (two months ago) Permalink

someone find me a position player who had a better career than bobby abreu and also never made the top 10 in mvp voting (in his league) in any season

mookieproof, Monday, 4 March 2019 02:53 (two months ago) Permalink

Was going to say Robin Ventura but he had one top 6 mvp vote in 1999.

Now back to my very important question.

Van Horn Street, Monday, 4 March 2019 03:08 (two months ago) Permalink

i feel pretty confident that hoskins is worse

mookieproof, Monday, 4 March 2019 03:12 (two months ago) Permalink

Ian Kinsler, arguably. Almost the same bWAR in five fewer seasons. Also would rank higher in a list of all-time second basemen whereas Abreu would be much farther down the list of outfielders.

omar little, Monday, 4 March 2019 03:48 (two months ago) Permalink

good call

mookieproof, Monday, 4 March 2019 03:55 (two months ago) Permalink

yeah, i had the realization a few months ago that ian kinsler is one of best second basemen since integration and yet he's seen as just a good, solid player. combo of his value coming from above average (but not elite) defense, speed, above average (but not elite) offense, and playing for the tigers, i guess

Karl Malone, Monday, 4 March 2019 04:48 (two months ago) Permalink

oh and Willie Randolph as well, basically managed to put up a stellar WAR over an 18 year career in which he never hit more than 7 home runs in a season (finishing with 54!) but he was a good baserunner, walked a lot, and was outstanding in the field.

omar little, Monday, 4 March 2019 05:55 (two months ago) Permalink

Found one more with a slightly higher career WAR than Abreu, his value completely camouflaged by his era and his park: Willie Davis. (Four MVP finishes in the 15-30 range.)

clemenza, Monday, 4 March 2019 12:46 (two months ago) Permalink

did willie randolph even get any interviews after being fired by the mets? far less successful managers have gotten multiple chances, but he just seemed to drop off the face of the earth

mookieproof, Monday, 4 March 2019 15:55 (two months ago) Permalink

Kinsler did very well to sign with the Padres.

Van Horn Street, Monday, 4 March 2019 18:02 (two months ago) Permalink

One follow-up on Bobby Abreu, then Trout/Harper can have their thread back.

In the history of baseball, there are two players who have played in 150 games or more for 13 consecutive seasons:

Willie Mays
Bobby Abreu (Happy 45th Birthday)

Pete Rose, Cal Ripken Jr., and Rafael Palmeiro likely would have matched if streaks were not interrupted by strikes.

— Chris Bodig ⚾ (@cooperstowncred) March 11, 2019

I know that's one of those specious benchmarks with cherry-picked parameters (if you drop it to 145 games, Aaron hits 16 consecutive seasons), but who would ever come up with Abreu as one of the two?

clemenza, Tuesday, 12 March 2019 13:30 (two months ago) Permalink

more hot bobby abreu content

Bobby Abreu has been selected as the 2019 Toyota Phillies Wall of Fame inductee!

He will be inducted on Saturday, August 3, as part of Toyota Alumni Weekend. pic.twitter.com/TthmZAbIpf

— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) March 20, 2019

mookieproof, Wednesday, 20 March 2019 18:26 (two months ago) Permalink

brb - have to go buy a Toyota

but i'm there are fuckups (Karl Malone), Wednesday, 20 March 2019 20:52 (two months ago) Permalink

In the liner notes to one of the Pavement CD reissues, Stephen Malkamus references Bobby Abreyu's scream at the 2005 HR derby

brimstead, Wednesday, 20 March 2019 21:30 (two months ago) Permalink

I'm sure most of you are aware of this, but I'd be a little cautious about Harper's great start. April is far and away his best month historically: .310/.438/.627. No other month is even close.

clemenza, Wednesday, 3 April 2019 02:58 (one month ago) Permalink

MLB leaders in OPS as of this morning:

1. Harper - 1.479
2. Trout - 1.476

clemenza, Sunday, 7 April 2019 15:22 (one month ago) Permalink

trout is having an insanely hot start

k3vin k., Sunday, 7 April 2019 17:01 (one month ago) Permalink

considering the lineup around him, i'm not sure why anyone ever throws him a strike

mookieproof, Sunday, 7 April 2019 18:22 (one month ago) Permalink

Trout's gonna benefit in the counting stats department by being paired with Pujols and Trumbo for the foreseeable future..
― johnathan lee riche$ (mayor jingleberries), Tuesday, July 10, 2012 2:01 PM (six years ago)

At the time, this seemed like a perfectly reasonable thing to say.

clemenza, Sunday, 7 April 2019 18:41 (one month ago) Permalink

trumbo we believed in u

these are not all of the possible side effects (Karl Malone), Sunday, 7 April 2019 19:31 (one month ago) Permalink

Just to jump the gun by several miles...If Trout were to win MVP unanimously this year, he'd move ahead of these players in MVP Award Shares: A-Rod, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Aaron, Mantle, Mays. (And MVP votes were easier to come by in a smaller league...DiMaggio did lose time to the war, and Gehrig's a separate thing because of an erratic MVP structure pre-1931.)

clemenza, Sunday, 7 April 2019 21:09 (one month ago) Permalink


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