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YONKERS, NY, Friday, January 13, 2017 - A from-last Massive Attack A (Jordan Stratton, $86) blew up Yonkers Raceway's first femme harness racing feature of 2017, Friday the 13th's $45,000 Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Unhurried early from post position No. 3, the rank outsider watched as outside assignee Tessa Seelster (George Brennan) had to work getting around her five inside foes. 'Tessa' did just that just after a :27.1 opening quarter-mile, with pole-assigned Motu Moonbeam A (Tyler Buter) protecting the pocket and Velocity Vespa (Matt Kakaley) away third. She then rated a :29.4 next station (57-second half) before Bettor N Better (Jason Bartlett) moved from fourth. Things became interesting right around the 1:25.3 three-quarters when the leader-who had all sorts of equipment changes for this race-threatened to break for a handful of steps before losing it altogether. Tessa Seelster wound up leaving the course soon after as Bettor N Better was defaulted a two-length lead entering the lane. The first-up trip was about to do Bettor N Better in, however, as a second-over, even-money fave Hidden Land (Brent Holland, four winners on the 10-race card) went by. However, a third-up Massive Attack A made the last lead, rolling from third-up to win by a half-length in 1:54.3. Hidden Land did hold second, with Bettor N Better, Motu Moonbeam N and a placed-fifth Velocity Vespa completing the payees. Tessa Seelster wound up fifth-placed-sixth for her unscripted dance. For Massive Attack A, a now-6-year-old Down Under daughter of Advance Attack co-owned by (trainer) William Adamczyk, Alexander Kantonist, Joshua Schwartz and Raymond Hoegen Jr., it was a season-debuting victory. The exacta paid $295, with the triple returning $856. The bombardier was the prime culprit in Fridays 'unhit' Pick 5 wager, so Saturday night's gimmick begins with a carryover of $1,983.53 (50-cent base wager, races 6 through 10). Frank Drucker

A shrewdly-driven Mach it a Par (Jordan Stratton, $6.90) prevailed from the pocket Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's $45,000 harness racing filly and mare Open Handicap Pace. Usually a authentic closer, Mach it a Par-from mandated post position No. 7-was put in play here, and it obviously served her well. She and eight-hole assignee Krispy Apple (Jason Bartlett) both cleared the inside half-dozen ladies, with a three-wide latter making the lead just after a :27.3 opening quarter-mile. Longshot So Nice (Tyler Buter) left into a three-hole, which didn't do much for the cause of pole-sitting Regil Elektra (Dan Dube). The song remained the same at the :57.1 intermission, before Hidden Land (Brent Holland) moved...from seventh. Bedroomconfessions (Scott Zeron), as the tepid 2-1 fave, was away last and chased that one toward a 1:25.1 three-quarters. Mach it a Par was fidgety in the pocket, extricating it to grab a short lead in and out of the final turn. She then finished is off, winning by 2 lengths in 1:52.3. Hidden Land put in a fine effort, continuing first-up for second, with a needing-room Regil Elektra, Krispy Apple and Moto Moonbeam N (Matt Kakaley) rounding out the payees. Bedroomconfessions was devoid of pace and backpedaled to last. For second choice Mach it a Par, a 6-year-old daughter of Mach Three co-owned by D'Elegance Stable IX, Carmen Iannacone, T L P & Gandolfo Stables and trained by Rich Banca, it was her 13th win in 31 seasonal starts. The exacta paid $64, the triple returned $250 and the superfecta paid $1,143. Yonkers' 2016 live season concludes with cards Saturday (first post 7:10 PM) and Sunday (first post 1 PM). A reminder that there's no simulcasting Dec. 19th through 28th, inclusive and the '17 season begins Sunday (post time TBA, dates pending approval of New York State Gaming Commission). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Friday, December 2, 2016 - Mach it a Par (Jordan Stratton, $11.40) uncoiled her usual late rush Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's $45,000 harness racing filly and mare Open Handicap Pace. Beating only a breaker for much of the mile, Mach it a Par - from post position No. 7 stormed home when it counted. She whipped a lane-finding, 17-10 fave Bedroomconfessions (Scott Zeron) by three-quarters of a length in 1:53.2, with pace-setting Krispy Apple (Jason Bartlett) faltering late to third. It was Krispy Apple leaving from outside her seven rivals, having to go wide around that early misbehave of Moma's Got a Gun (Brent Holland) before securing the throne. After intervals of :27.4, :57.1 and 1:25, Krispy Apple had a couple of lengths into the lane, but tired in search of a fifth consecutive victory. A first-up Regil Elektra (George Brennan) and Village Jessica (Dan Dube) rounded out the payees. For third choice Mach it a Pair, a 6-year-old daughter of Mach Three co-owned by D'Elegance Stable IX, Carmen Iannacone, T L P & Gandolfo Stables and trained by Rich Banca, it was her 12th win in 37 seasonal starts. The exacta paid $33, the triple returned $124 and the superfecta paid $414. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Sunday, November 20, 2016 - After nearly doing it with a 73-1 number a race earlier, harness racing driver Jordan Stratton won his 3,000th career race Sunday afternoon. Stratton teamed with Bingo Queen ($7.70) for a powerful, first-up Yonkers Raceway victory in the $21,600, second-race trot. The pair negotiated the mile-and-a-quarter distance in 2:29 en route to a 2¾-length win. Stratton nearly blew up the tote board in the late-morning opener, missing a hard-charging head in the featured Open Handicap Trot. "I appreciate the number, probably more than my family does," Stratton said. Then, in a rather bold assumption, he offered that "they love me anyway." The affable 29-year-old Stratton, regular chauffeur of George Morton Levy Series winner Bit of a Legend N, was joined in the winner's circle presentation by his brother, Cory, a pretty fair horseman in his own right. Jordan Stratton has earned $45 million in purses in a career which began in 2006. His 225 wins place him fifth in this season's local driver standings. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, November 12, 2016 - Bit of a Legend N (Jordan Stratton, $13.80) couldn't possibly have had an eight-hole trip than he did Saturday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's harness racing $45,000 Open Handicap Pace. In play from behind the eight-ball, the Levy Series winner found a gaping three-hole for a brief respite, then marching toward the lead. He made it around pole-sitting, 9-5 choice Rock N' Roll World (George Brennan) before a pokey 28-second opening quarter-mile. Then came a plodding, 29-second next station (57-second half), effectively ending the suspense. First Class Horse (Jason Bartlett), gapping his rivals earlier, moved first-up from fourth, but never threatened. Bit of a Legend N found a 1:25 three-quarters, taking a length-and-a-half lead into the lane. He whipped Rock N' Roll World by that same margin in 1:52.3, with First Class Horse, a way-after-the-fact The Real One (Pat Lachance) and Santa Fe Beachboy (Brent Holland) rounding out the payees. For fourth choice Bit of a Legend N, a 7-year-old Down Under son of Bettor's Delight owned by Harry von Knoblauch and trained by Peter Tritton, it was his 13th win in 27 seasonal starts ($718,450). The exacta paid $42, the triple returned $197.50 and the superfecta paid $829. Stratton's four-win night moved him within nine of 3,000 career victories Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, October 29, 2016 - Despite nearly falling asleep at the wheel, harness racing favored Bit of a Legend N (Jordan Stratton, $3.70) prevailed Saturday night, winning Yonkers Raceway $45,000 Open Handicap Pace. In play from a generous post position No. 5 (posts 2 through 6 were drawn), the Levy Series champ worked around Keystone Velocity (Dan Dube) before a pokey 28-second opening quarter-mile. There were no goose bumps at the pedestrian :57.2 intermission or 1:25.4 three-quarters, with longshot B J's Guy (Brent Holland) vacating the three-hole. Bit of a Legend N owned a couple of lengths in and out of the final turn, and looked home...before he looked disinterested. It was Keystone Velocity finding his best mojo late, but a bit too late, as the fave held by a desperate nose in 1:52.4. The Real One (Steve Smith) was a rallying third, with Dream Out Loud N (Tyler Buter) and B J's Guy rounding out the payees. For Bit of a Legend N, a 7-year-old son Down Under son of Bettor's Delight owned by Harry von Knoblauch and trained by Peter Tritton, it was his 12th win in 25 seasonal starts. The exacta paid $7.20, with the triple (three wagering choices in order) returning $20.40. Reminder that Sunday matinees return tomorrow (Oct. 30th), with a 12:30 PM first post and the first seven (of 11) races as the 10-horse, mile-and-a-quarter, simulcast overseas trotting category. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, October 8, 2016 -- Favorites Bit of a Legend N (Jordan Stratton, $4) and Luminosity (George Brennan, $4.20) were the harness racing names above the moist Saturday night marquee, winning Yonkers Raceway's $45,000 co-featured Open Handicaps. Both did so in down-the-road fashion. Bit of a Legend N, from post position No. 6 in the weekly pacing feature, held off Mach it So (Jason Bartlett) in a two-speed number (:27.2, :56.3, 1:25, 1:52.2). The margin was a neck, with Feel the Need A (Eric Goodell) was a best-of-the-rest third. Melmerby Beach (Dan Dube) and a North American-debuting Ricimer A (Steve Smith) rounded out the payees. For Bit of a Legend N, a 7-year-old Down Under son of Bettor's Delight owned by Harry von Knoblauch and trained by Peter Tritton, it was his 11th win in 23 seasonal starts. The exacta (two wagering choices) paid $11, with the triple returning $32.60. The adult-table trot saw pole-sitting Luminosity go the distance (:27.4, :56.4, 1:25.4, 1:55.1), defeating a pocketed Cash Me Out (Tyler Buter) by a head. Crazy About Pat (Stratton) was a rallying third, with Dragin' The Wagon (Eric Abbatiello) and eight-ball-assigned Allerage Star (Dube) settling for the minors. For Luminosity, a 6-year-old Cash Hall gelding co-owned (as Burke Racing) by (trainer) Ron Burke and Weaver Bruscemi, he's now 6-for-25 this season. The exacta (two wagering choices) paid $7.30, with the triple returning $51. YONKERS’ MONDAY PICK 5 FEATURES $5,000 CARRYOVER A friendly reminder from Yonkers Raceway that Monday evening’s (Oct. 10) Pick 5 wager begins with a carryover  $5,023.18. The Pick 5 is a 50-cent base wager comprising races 7 through 11 during every racing program. It has no consolation payoff, meaning if no one selects all five winners (as was the case Saturday evening), the entire pool (minus takeout) moves to the next program. Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, September 10, 2016 -- If your name began with initials, things turned out rather well during Yonkers Raceway's Saturday night $45,000 harness racing co-features. Favored P H Supercam (Jason Bartlett, $5.60) won the blind draw Open Pace in a season's-best 1:51, while second choice E R Ellie (Jordan Stratton, $9.80) picked off Melady's Monet (Bartlett, six winners during the dozen-race card) to win the Open Handicap Trot (1:54.3). P H Supercam, a 9-year-old Million Dollar Cam gelding owned and trained by Jeffrey Bamond Jr., it was his fourth win (51st career) in 20 seasonal starts. 'Ellie,' a 7-year-old daughter of Elian Hanover owned by Tyler Stillings and trained by Mike Forte, is now 7-for-27 this season. New York Sire Stakes continue here Monday night, with the $147,723 New York Sire Stakes Pat Quaglietta Trot (2YO fillies). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Saturday, August 27, 2016 — A year ago, it was Purrfect Bags. Saturday night, it was Newborn Sassy (Jordan Stratton, $3) wreaking havoc for co-owner and harness racing trainer Jo Ann Looney-King in Yonkers Raceway’s Lady Maud Pace. 'Sassy' won this $109,050 edition for 3-year-old fillies, rolling past Apple Bottom Jeans (Jason Bartlett) late in 1:53. Odds-on Newborn Sassy, leaving from post position No. 3, left into an immediate two-hole behind second-choice Apple Bottom Jeans. The fave went to pull pocket, but 'ABJ' was not in a giving mood. She reseated her rival, then put up intervals of :27.4, :56.3 and 1:25.2. Skinny Dipper (Brian Sears) made a move out of third, but backpedaled in a hurry. Apple Bottom Jeans did get some nighttime daylight, opening a couple of lengths entering the final turn. However, Newborn Sassy closed ranks and angled out, wearing down the leader late and winning by a half-length. Hug a Dragoness (George Brennan) photoed Cheyenne Triengel (Scott Zeron) for third, with Time on My Hands (Dan Dube) settling for the smallest envelope. Skinny Dipper faded to last among the happy half-dozen. For 'Sassy,' a Western Ideal miss also co-owned by CC Racing, it was her fourth win in 13 '16 tries. The exacta paid $5.70, with the triple returning $21.60. While King won this race for a second consecutive season, Stratton completed his own 'double," having guided Kryptos to win the Lismore Pace for this same division in late May. "I knew we had a bit of a post disadvantage (against Apple Bottom Jeans), so I took a chance at moving again," Stratton said. "I'm not surprised Jason (Bartlett) wouldn't let me go, so I just had to wait. "She's a very talented filly, and I knew it pained (regular driver) Timmy (Tetrick) not be get to drive her tonight. I'm just fortunate the connections had confidence in me." Saturday's $45,000 Open Handicaps were won by... --Pace, Doctor Butch (Brent Holland, $6.70) in 1:50.4; --Trot, Undercover Strike (Bartlett, $2.50) in 1:54. Special Saturday props, too, to Kevin McDermott, who earned his 1,500th career training victory after Badix Hanover (Tyler Buter, $8.40) 'won the bob' in the $18,000, first-race pace (1:52.3). Frank Drucker

YONKERS, NY, Friday, August 19, 2016 - Purrfect Bags (Jordan Stratton) rallied to snap odds-on harness racing favorite Tessa Seelster (George Brennan) at the wire Friday night, winning Yonkers Raceway's $45.000 Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. Unhurried from post position No. 5, last season's Lady Maud winner watched as 3-5 favorite 'Tessa' made the lead before a :27.4 opening quarter-mile. After a soft 57-second intermission, Bettor N Better (Dan Dube) moved from fourth, towing along Purrfect Bags. Tessa Seelster then threw down a :27.4 third quarter (1:24.4), taking a length-and-a-half lead into the lane. However, the returning lass was relentless, as Purrfect Bags, wide and strong, nipped the people's choice by a neck in 1:52.4. Bettor N Better was third, with Know it all (Eric Abbatiello) and Regil Elektra (Mark MacDonald) rounding out the payees. For fourth choice Purrfect Bags, a 4-year-old daughter of Roddy's Bags Again owned and trained by Jo Ann Looney-King, it was her fifth win in 11 seasonal starts (career 22-for-34). The exacta paid $57.50, with the triple returning $298.50. Frank Drucker

After either drawing or being assigned the outermost starting spot in each of his past four races, Bit Of A Legend looks to return to his winning ways when he leaves from post No. 1 in Saturday's harness racing $260,000 Joe Gerrity Jr. Memorial Pace at Saratoga Casino Hotel. The New Zealand-born Bit Of A Legend is a 7-year-old stallion who arrived in the U.S. in December. He won eight of 10 races to begin his career in the States, including the $609,000 George Morton Levy Pacing Series championship in April at Yonkers Raceway, but has visited the winner's circle only once in his past four starts. Bit Of A Legend, who will have the services of regular driver Jordan Stratton, is the 3-1 second choice on the Gerrity morning line behind 6-5 favorite Wiggle It Jiggleit, harness racing's 2015 Horse of the Year and the winner of 32 of 41 lifetime starts. Wiggle It Jiggleit and driver Montrell Teague will start from post five. "Wiggle It Jiggleit is going to be hard to beat," said Peter Tritton, who trains Bit Of A Legend for owner Harry von Knoblauch. "I thought he could beat the others with the right trip, but Wiggle It Jiggleit is going to be tough. I've got a good draw, so that might even it up a bit. "I just wish Wiggle It Jiggleit wasn't in it, but it is what it is," he added, laughing. "So we'll give it a shot." Bit Of A Legend and Wiggle It Jiggleit have met twice this year. The first encounter came in a preliminary round of the Levy Series at Yonkers and resulted in the horses finishing in a dead heat for win. The second meeting was in the Dorothy Mullin Invitational at Harrah's Philadelphia on May 29. Wiggle It Jiggleit won in 1:47.3, the fastest mile in the 11-year history of the racetrack, while Bit Of A Legend went off stride from post eight and finished last. "I changed his shoes for up there (at Philadelphia) and that didn't work out," Tritton said. Bit Of A Legend has raced only once since the Mullin, finishing sixth from post eight in the Open Handicap at Yonkers last Saturday. Bit Of A Legend paced his final quarter-mile :27, the fastest time in the field, and finished 2-1/2 lengths behind winner Doctor Butch. Tritton had hoped to get Bit Of A Legend a start prior to last weekend, but the horse was slowed by a soreness issue. "He went good the other night," Tritton said. "He may be one run short, but he won't be far away. I didn't completely give him off (since the Mullin). I just sort of took it easy for a while because he's not staked to anything this year." Prior to arriving in the U.S., Bit Of A Legend won 20 of 63 races and earned $659,686 while competing Down Under. Among his exploits, he was the first male pacer to win Australian Breeders Crown finals at ages 2 and 3. For his career, the son of Bettor's Delight-Soky's Legend has won 29 of 77 starts and earned $1.13 million. One of Tritton's goals during the remainder of the season is to determine how to stake Bit Of A Legend in 2017. He plans to race the horse at the Meadowlands to gauge his ability on a one-mile oval. So far, Bit Of A Legend has posted all nine of his victories at Yonkers, which is a half-mile track, and not competed on a track larger than five-eighths. "I don't think that's a concern with him," Tritton said. "It's just that he's so handy around the little tracks, where some of them aren't as handy as he is. He still might be able to go with them on the bigger tracks as well. We'll find that out before the end of the year, but he's a very good horse." Following is the field for the Gerrity: PP - Horse - Driver - Trainer - Morning Line 1 - Bit Of A Legend - Jordan Stratton - Peter Tritton - 3/1 2 - Doctor Butch - Tim Tetrick - Linda Toscano - 8/1 3 - All Bets Off - Matt Kakaley - Ron Burke - 6/1 4 - Artistic Major - Jim Morrill Jr. - Steve Elliott - 12/1 5 - Wiggle It Jiggleit - Montrell Teague - Clyde Francis - 6/5 6 - Sunfire Blue Chip - Mark MacDonald - Jimmy Takter - 10/1 7 - Cooperstown - Vincent Ginsburg - Daniel Renaud - 15/1 8 - P H Supercam - Jason Bartlett - Jeffrey Bamond Jr. - 20/1 P H Supercam is the race's defending champion. The stakes record is 1:48.4 was set in 2014 by Dancin Yankee. Ken Weingartner

YONKERS, NY, Thursday, June 16, 2016 - Yonkers Raceway's team of five premier harness racing drivers, led by points-leader Jordan Stratton, try to say "au revoir" to their French counterparts. The group travels across the Atlantic to Hippodrome de Vincennes in Paris for the second leg of the inaugural Drivers' Cup Challenge. There's one race each next Friday (June 24) and Sunday (June 26). The first leg saw Stratton win both Yonkers' races in late March, one in a dead-heat with YR captain Jason Bartlett. The locals won the opening round, 85 points to 47. (points awarded as 17/12/9/7/6/5/4/3/2/1, with five given in the event of a scratch). In addition to Bartlett and Stratton, Tyler Buter, Dan Dube and Pat Lachance are representing Westchester against a potent French quintet of Pierre Vercruysse (captain), Matthieu Abrivard, Nicolas Ensch, Pierre Levesque and Franck Ouvrie. "I've driven at Vincennes before (in the World Driving Championship), and the track is great, "Bartlett said. "It's an honor to represent both Yonkers and the U.S." As for Stratton, he's keeping his eyes on the prize. "I have to make sure to bring a suitcase big enough to carry home the trophy," he said. Further information about the Vicennes portion of the competition shall be sent when available.  

In late February, Kryptos (Jordan Stratton, $4.90) was in racing in 'non-winners of twos'. She obviously grew up in a hurry, the latest example coming Saturday night in winning Yonkers Raceway's $100,000 Lismore Pace for harness racing 3-year-old fillies. Sitting chilly early from post position No. 2 over a "good" oval, Kryptos watched as Soft Idea (Jason Bartlett) outleave her five inside foes, getting the lead before a :27.4 opening quarter-mile. Apple Bottom Jeans (Montrell Teague), the scourge of Delaware, yielded for the pocket, with Cut and Paste (Brian Sears) a pole-sitting third. Soft Idea found a :56.3 half and 1:25, with Kryptos out and moving from fourth, chased by slight 7-5 choice Dime a Dance (George Brennan). The leader was about to wear out his welcome in and out of the final turn, with Kryptos going by early in the lane. That one continued her move, getting the needed jump on a passing-lane-diving Apple Bottom Jeans. The former, as the second choice in the 12th Lismore, whipped the hard-charging latter by a neck in 1:53.3, with Dime a Dance third. Cut and Paste was fourth, with a tiring Soft Idea and an outrun Rock Me Baby (John Campbell) completing the six-pack. For Kryptos, an unraced-at-2, $24,000 daughter of Somebeachsomewhere co-owned (as Drennan Stable) by (trainer) Nik Drennan, it was her eighth win in nine seasonal starts. The exacta paid $20.60, with the triple returning $44.20. "It's the first time I've driven her, and Nik (Drennan) just said to give her a clean trip," Stratton said, ironically with his face covered in mud. Frank Drucker

Sell a Bit N and harness racing driver Jordan Stratton was left without adult supervision Friday night, then made 'em, winning Yonkers Raceway's $45,000 Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace. In play from assigned post position No. 5, Sell a Bit N was three-wide early before getting past pole-sitting Lookout Stokk Zone (Tyler Buter) and Know it All (Eric Abbatiello). The leader was able to put up pokey precincts of :28 and :57.1 as McCovey Cove N (George Brennan) tried it first-up from first. Al Raza N (Matt Kakaley), as the 13-10 favorite, was second-over, which did her no favors here. Sell a Bit N maintained her advantage in and out of a 1:25.4 three-quarters, taking a two-length lead into the lane. She then held off the closest pursuers, beating "Stokk Zone" by a neck in 1:53.3. Third went to Know it All (at nearly 64-1), with a crisp-late Mach it a Par (Brian Sears) and Al Raza N settling for the remainder. For second choice Sell a Bit N, a 6-year-old Down Under daughter of Julius Caesar owned by Harry von Knoblauch and trained by Peter Tritton, it was her third win in 11 seasonal starts. The exacta paid $154.50, with the triple returning $650. Preakness Day Saturday finds the Raceway in full Pimlico simulcast mode, with selected mutuel windows opening at 10 AM in advance of a 10:30 AM first post. The 12-race, 1ive program begins at the usual 7:10 PM . Frank Drucker

Harness racing Yonkers Raceway's Kentucky Derby party featured all the obligatory ingredients, including music, food and drink specials, the occasional wager or two and, of course, the spiffy hat contest. The celebrity judge for said contest was none other than Bethenny Frankel, who brought out the crowd for pictures, autographs, and--not coincidentally--autographed pictures. Ms. Frankel's visit would not have been complete, it says here, without a photo op with one of Yonkers' own, Jordan Stratton. The man who chauffeured Bit of a Legend N to his victory in the last month's final of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series made his way to the winner's circle again for this money shot. We're going with "Real Housewife of New York Greets Real Harness Driver of Yonkers." Frank Drucker

Elkton, MD --- Post Time with Mike and Mike is proud to announce their Thursday (April 28) line-up, which starts at 7:00 PM Eastern. Hall Of Fame Trainer Jimmy Takter will join the program to talk about his pacing superstar Always B Miki, and his 2016 debut this past Saturday at The Meadowlands. Driver Jordan Stratton sits down with the fellas after his big Saturday at Yonkers, which saw him take the Levy Final with Bit Of A Legend N. Harrah's Philadelphia Director of Racing Operations Barry Brown joins show the show to talk about his career in the industry, including his time at The University of Arizona Racetrack Industry Program. Anthony MacDonald of TheStable.ca joins the program to update us on the progress of fractional ownership. Post Time with Mike and Mike's mission is to positively promote the sport of harness racing. Every hoof that hits a racetrack has a story to tell, whether a claimer or a stakes horse, and we plan on telling those stories. You can listen to the show via our website posttimewithmikeandmike.com From The Mike & Mike Show  

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