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What could have been -- 805 players and their "first" team(s) and where they ended up (part 2)

2023.02.25 22:32 nogoodnamesleft426 What could have been -- 805 players and their "first" team(s) and where they ended up (part 2)

Number Player "First" Team What Happened Team They Actually Debuted With Current and/or Most Recent Team
401 Andrew Kittredge Mariners Traded to the Rays. Rays Rays
402 Brandon Kline Red Sox Chose not to sign. Orioles Orioles
403 Corey Kluber Padres Traded to the Indians. Indians Red Sox
404 Andrew Knapp A's Chose not to sign. Phillies Tigers
405 Chuck Knoblauch Phillies Chose not to sign. Twins Royals
406 Adam Kolarek Mets, Orioles Released by the Mets, then signed with the Orioles and then drafted by the Rays in the rule 5 draft. Rays dodgers
407 Michael Kopech Red Sox Traded to the White Sox. White Sox White Sox
408 George Kottaras Padres Traded to the Red Sox. Red Sox Blue Jays
409 Erik Kratz Blue Jays Granted free agency and signed with the Pirates. Pirates Yankees
410 Jason Krizan Tigers, Mets, A's Granted free agency and signed again with the Tigers, then granted free agency and signed with the Mets, then drafted by the A's in the rule 5 draft, then granted free agency and signed with the Giants. Giants Giants
411 Mike Krukow Angels Chose not to sign. Cubs Giants
412 Duane Kuiper Yankees, Pilots, White Sox, Reds, Red Sox Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Indians Giants
413 Tim Laker Royals Chose not to sign. Expos Indians
414 Mike Lamb Twins, Expos, Braves Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Rangers Marlins
415 Jake Lamb Pirates Chose not to sign. Diamondbacks Angels
416 Ken Landreaux Astros Chose not to sign. Angels dodgers
417 Mark Langston Cubs Chose not to sign. Mariners Indians
418 Mike Lansing Orioles Chose not to sign. Expos Red Sox
419 Stephen Larkin Rangers Traded to the Reds. Reds Reds
420 Adam LaRoche Marlins, Marlins Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Braves White Sox
421 Tommy Lasorda Phillies Drafted by the dodgers in the minor league draft. dodgers A's
422 Eric Lauer Blue Jays Chose not to sign. Padres Brewers
423 Ramón Laureano Astros Traded to the A's. A's A's
424 Derek Law Rangers Chose not to sign. Giants Reds
425 Brett Lawrie Brewers Traded to the Blue Jays. Blue Jays White Sox
426 Mike Leake A's Chose not to sign. Reds Diamondbacks
427 Cliff Lee Marlins, Orioles, Expos Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by the Expos in a later draft and then traded to the Indians. Indians Phillies
428 Craig Lefferts Royals Chose not to sign. Cubs Angels
429 DJ LeMahieu Tigers Chose not to sign. Cubs Yankees
430 Darren Lewis dodgers Chose not to sign. A's Cubs
431 Fred Lewis Expos Chose not to sign. Giants Mets
432 Adam Liberatore Rays Traded to the Dodgers. dodgers dodgers
433 Brad Lidge Giants Chose not to sign. Astros Nationals
434 Jon Lieber Cubs, Royals Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Royals in a later draft and traded to the Pirates. Pirates Cubs
435 Cory Lidle Twins, Brewers Released by the Twins, then signed with the Brewers and traded to the Mets. Mets Yankees
436 Ted Lilly dodgers Traded to the Expos. Expos dodgers
437 Tim Lincecum Cubs, Indians Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Giants Angels
438 Francisco Liriano Giants Traded to the Twins. Twins Pirates
439 Pedro Liriano Angels Traded to the Brewers. Brewers Phillies
440 Jonathan Loáisiga Giants Released by the Giants. Yankees Yankees
441 Tim Locastro Blue Jays Traded to the dodgers. dodgers Mets
442 Nook Logan Yankees Chose not to sign. Tigers Nationals
443 Kyle Lohse Cubs Traded to the Twins. Twins Rangers
444 Sam Long Rays, White Sox Released by the Rays, signed as a free agent with the White Sox, then granted free agency. Giants Giants
445 Davey Lopes Giants Chose not to sign. dodgers Astros
446 Javier López Diamondbacks, Red Sox Drafted by the Red Sox in the rule 5 draft, then traded to the Rockies. Rockies Giants
447 Pablo López Mariners Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Twins
448 Michael Lorenzen Rays Chose not to sign. Reds Tigers
449 Sean Lowe Reds, A's Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Cardinals Royals
450 Noah Lowry Rangers Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
451 Lucas Luetge Brewers Drafted by the Mariners in the rule 5 draft. Mariners Braves
452 Jesús Luzardo Nationals Traded to the A's. A's Marlins
453 Lance Lynn Mariners Chose not to sign. Cardinals White Sox
454 Jean Machi Phillies, Rays, Blue Jays, Pirates Drafted by the Rays in the rule 5 draft, then granted free agency and signed with the Blue Jays, then released by the Blue Jays and signed with the Pirates, then granted free agency and signed with the Giants. Giants Mariners
455 Vimael Machín Padres, Cubs, Phillies Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Cubs in a later draft and then drafted by the Phillies in the rule 5 draft, then traded to the A's. A's Phillies
456 Mike Maddux Reds Chose not to sign. Phillies Astros
457 Nick Madrigal Indians Chose not to sign. White Sox Cubs
458 Dave Magadan Red Sox Chose not to sign. Mets Padres
459 Damien Magnifico Mets Chose not to sign. Brewers Angels
460 Martín Maldonado Angels Released by the Angels, then signed as a free agent with the Brewers. Brewers Astros
461 Sean Manaea Royals Traded to the A's. A's Giants
462 Kirt Manwaring Red Sox Chose not to sign. Giants Rockies
463 Nick Markakis Reds, Reds Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Orioles Braves
464 Germán Márquez Rays Traded to the Rockies. Rockies Rockies
465 Yunior Marte Royals Granted free agency and signed with the Giants. Giants Phillies
466 Chris Martin Tigers Chose not to sign. Rockies Red Sox
467 Russell Martin Expos Chose not to sign. dodgers dodgers
468 Dave Martinez Rangers Chose not to sign. Cubs Braves
469 J. D. Martinez Twins Chose not to sign. Astros dodgers
470 Michael Martínez Nationals Drafted by the Phillies in the rule 5 draft. Phillies Rays
471 Tino Martinez Red Sox Chose not to sign. Mariners Yankees
472 Tippy Martinez Senators Chose not to sign. Yankees Twins
473 Mike Matheny Blue Jays Chose not to sign. Brewers Giants
474 Nick Maton A's Chose not to sign. Phillies Tigers
475 Justin Maxwell Orioles, Rangers Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Nationals Giants
476 Trevor May Phillies Traded to the Twins. Twins A's
477 Luis Maza Twins Granted free agency, and signed as a free agent with the dodgers. dodgers dodgers
478 James McCann White Sox Chose not to sign. Tigers Orioles
479 Shane McClanahan Mets Chose not to sign. Rays Rays
480 Rodney McCray White Sox, A's, dodgers Padres Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by and signed with the Padres and then drafted by the White Sox in the minor-league draft. White Sox Mets
481 Daniel McCutchen Yankees, Rays, Cardinals, Yankees Chose not to sign with the Yankees, Rays and Cardinals. Then drafted again by the Yankees and traded to the Pirates. Pirates
482 Ben McDonald Braves Chose not to sign. Orioles Brewers
483 Oddibe McDowell Cardinals Chose not to sign. Rangers Rangers
484 Willie McGee White Sox, Yankees Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Yankees in a later draft and then traded to the Cardinals. Cardinals Cardinals
485 Fred McGriff Yankees Traded to the Blue Jays. Blue Jays Rays
486 Scott McGregor Yankees Traded to the Orioles. Orioles Orioles
487 Mark McGwire Expos Chose not to sign. A's Cardinals
488 Brendan McKay Padres Chose not to sign. Rays Rays
489 Cody McKay Giants, Cardinals Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. A's Cardinals
490 Mark Melancon dodgers Chose not to sign. Yankees Diamondbacks
491 Keury Mella Giants Traded to the Reds. Reds Diamondbacks
492 Bob Melvin Orioles Chose not to sign. Tigers White Sox
493 Joey Meneses Braves, Phillies, Red Sox Granted free agency, then signed with the Phillies, then released by the Phillies, then signed with the Red Sox, then granted free agency, then signed with the Nationals. Nationals Nationals
494 Daniel Mengden Astros Traded to the A's. A's Royals
495 Yermín Mercedes Nationals, Orioles Released by the Nationals, then signed with the Orioles and then drafted by the White Sox in the rule 5 draft. White Sox Giants
496 Jordy Mercer dodgers Chose not to sign. Pirates Nationals
497 José Mesa Blue Jays Traded to the Orioles. Orioles Phillies
498 Bart Miadich Rockies, Red Sox, Diamondbacks Chose not to sign, then later signed with the Red Sox as a a free agent, then traded to the Diamondbacks, then released by the Diamondbacks and signed with the Angels. Angels Angels
499 Dan Miceli Royals Traded to the Pirates. Pirates Rays
500 Aaron Miles Astros Drafted by the White Sox in the rule 5 draft. White Sox dodgers
501 Hoby Milner Nationals, Phillies, Indians Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Phillies in a later draft and then drafted by the Indians in the rule 5 draft, then returned to the Phillies. Phillies Brewers
502 Eric Milton Yankees Traded to the Twins. Twins dodgers
503 Mike Minor Rays Chose not to sign. Braves Reds
504 Doug Mirabelli Tigers Chose not to sign. Giants Red Sox
505 Garrett Mock Indians, Twins, Diamondbacks Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by and signed with the Diamondbacks and then traded to the Nationals. Nationals Nationals
506 Paul Molitor Cardinals Chose not to sign. Brewers Twins
507 Carlos Moncrief Phillies, Indians Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Indians and granted free agency. Giants Giants
508 Frankie Montas Red Sox Traded to the White Sox. White Sox Yankees
509 Mike Montgomery Royals, Rays Traded to the Rays, then traded to the Mariners. Mariners Royals
510 Brian Moran Mariners, Blue Jays, Angels, Mariners, Indians, Braves, Orioles, dodgers, Rockies Too long to state why. Marlins Braves
511 Colin Moran Marlins Traded to the Astros. Astros Mariners
512 Nyjer Morgan Rockies Chose not to sign. Pirates Indians
513 Matt Morris Brewers Chose not to sign. Cardinals Pirates
514 Michael Morse White Sox Traded to the Mariners. Mariners Giants
515 Guillermo Mota Mets Drafted by the Expos in the minor league draft. Expos Giants
516 Curt Motton Cubs Drafted by the Orioles in the first-year draft. Orioles Orioles
517 Mark Mulder Tigers Chose not to sign. A's Cardinals
518 Max Muncy Indians Chose not to sign. A's dodgers
519 Calvin Murray Indians Chose not to sign. Giants Cubs
520 Tony Muser Giants Chose not to sign. Red Sox Brewers
521 Joe Musgrove Blue Jays Traded to the Astros. Astros Padres
522 Mike Myers Giants Drafted by the Marlins in the rule 5 draft. Marlins White Sox
523 Randy Myers Reds Chose not to sign. Mets Padres
524 Wil Myers Royals Traded to the Rays. Rays Reds
525 Xavier Nady Cardinals Chose not to sign. Padres Padres
526 Tyler Naquin Orioles Chose not to sign. Indians Mets
527 Kristopher Negrón Red Sox Traded to the Reds. Reds dodgers
528 Sheldon Neuse Rangers, Nationals Chose not to sign, then drafted by Nationals in a later draft and then traded to the A's. A's dodgers
529 Phil Nevin dodgers Chose not to sign. Astros Twins
530 Tyler Nevin Rockies Traded to the Orioles. Orioles Tigers
531 Sean Newcomb Angels Traded to the Braves. Braves Cubs
532 Joe Niekro Indians Chose not to sign. Cubs Twins
533 Otis Nixon Reds, Angels Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Yankees Braves
534 Aaron Nola Blue Jays Chose not to sign. Phillies Phillies
535 Austin Nola Rockies, Blue Jays, Marlins Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by and signed with the Marlins and then later became a free agent and signed with the Mariners. Mariners Padres
536 Ricky Nolasco Cubs Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Angels
537 Derek Norris Nationals Traded to the A's. A's Rays
538 Vidal Nuño Indians Released by the Indians. Yankees Rays
539 Tyler O'Neill Mariners Traded to the Cardinals. Cardinals Cardinals
540 Brett Oberholtzer Mariners, Braves Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Braves in a later draft and then traded to the Astros. Astros Angels
541 Jake Odorizzi Brewers Traded to the Royals. Royals Rangers
542 Steven Okert Brewers, Brewers Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Giants Marlins
543 Miguel Olivo A's Traded to the White Sox. White Sox dodgers
544 David Ortiz Mariners Traded to the Twins. Twins Red Sox
545 Daniel Ortmeier White Sox Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
546 Josh Osich Angels Chose not to sign. Giants Reds
547 Adam Ottavino Rays Chose not to sign. Cardinals Mets
548 Josh Outman Phillies Traded to the A's. A's Yankees
549 Pablo Ozuna Cardinals Traded to the Marlins. Marlins dodgers
550 Chris Paddack Marlins Traded to the Padres. Padres Twins
551 Kevin Padlo Rockies Traded to the Rays. Rays Angels
552 Ángel Pagán Mets Had contract purchased by Cubs. Cubs Giants
553 Rafael Palmeiro Mets Chose not to sign. Cubs Orioles
554 Jonathan Papelbon A's Chose not to sign. Red Sox Nationals
555 Curtis Partch Giants Chose not to sign. Reds Pirates
556 John Patterson (infielder) Padres Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
557 John Patterson (pitcher) Expos Granted free agency and signed with the Diamondbacks. Diamondbacks Nationals
558 Carl Pavano Red Sox Traded to the Expos. Expos Twins
559 James Paxton Blue Jays Chose not to sign. Mariners Red Sox
560 Steve Pearce Red Sox Chose not to sign. Pirates Red Sox
561 Jeremy Peña Braves Chose not to sign. Astros Astros
562 Hunter Pence Brewers Chose not to sign. Astros Rangers
563 Brad Penny Diamondbacks Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Marlins
564 David Peralta Cardinals Released by the Cardinals. Diamondbacks dodgers
565 Joel Peralta A's Released by the A's, then signed as a free agent with the Angels. Angels Cubs
566 José Peraza Braves Traded to the dodgers. dodgers Mets
567 Luis Perdomo (born 1984) Indians, Cardinals, Giants Traded to the Cardinals, then drafted by the Giants in the rule 5 draft, then claimed off waivers by the Padres. Padres Twins
568 Luis Perdomo (born 1993) Cardinals Drafted by the Rockies in the rule 5 draft, then traded to the Padres. Rockies Brewers
569 Michael Pérez Diamondbacks Rays Rays Mets
570 Roberto Pérez dodgers Chose not to sign. Indians Giants
571 Yorkis Pérez Twins, Expos, Braves Traded to the Expos, then granted free agency, then signed with the Braves, then traded to the Cubs. Cubs Orioles
572 Ron Perranoski Cubs Traded to the dodgers. dodgers Angels
573 Yusmeiro Petit Mets Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Padres
574 Ken Phelps Braves, Yankees, Phillies Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Royals Indians
575 Brandon Phillips Expos Traded to the Indians. Indians Red Sox
576 Juan Pierre Mariners, Mariners Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Rockies Marlins
577 Brett Pill Yankees Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
578 Lou Piniella Indians, Senators Drafted Senators in the rule 5 draft, then traded to the Orioles. Orioles Yankees
579 Stephen Piscotty dodgers Chose not to sign. Cardinals Giants
580 Nick Pivetta Nationals Traded to the Phillies. Phillies Red Sox
581 Eric Plunk Yankees Traded to the A's. A's Brewers
582 Drew Pomeranz Rangers, Indians Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Indians in a later draft and then traded to the Rockies. Rockies Padres
583 Buster Posey Angels Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
584 Todd Pratt Red Sox, Indians, Red Sox, Orioles Drafted by the Indians in the minor league draft, then returned to the Red Sox, then granted free agency and signed with the Orioles, then drafted by the Phillies in the rule 5 draft. Phillies Braves
585 Ryan Pressly Red Sox Drafted by the Twins in the rule 5 draft. Twins Astros
586 David Price dodgers Chose not to sign. Rays dodgers
587 Mark Prior Yankees Chose not to sign. Cubs Cubs
588 Scott Proctor Mets, dodgers Chose not to sign, then drafted by the dodgers in a later draft and then traded to the Yankees. Yankees Yankees
589 Stephen Pryor Rangers Chose not to sign. Mariners Mariners
590 Nick Punto Twins Chose not to sign. Phillies A's
591 José Quintana Mets, Yankees Released by the Mets, then signed by the Yankees and then granted free agency. White Sox Mets
592 Omar Quintanilla A's Traded to the Rockies. Rockies Mets
593 Joe Randa Angels Chose not to sign. Royals Pirates
594 Stephen Randolph A's, Yankees Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Yankees and drafted by the Diamondbacks in the rule 5 draft. Diamondbacks Astros
595 Robbie Ray Nationals Traded to the Tigers. Tigers Mariners
596 Jake Reed White Sox, Twins, Angels Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Twins in a later draft and later granted free agency, then signed with the Angels, then released by the Angels and signed with the dodgers. dodgers dodgers
597 Tony Renda dodgers Chose not to sign. Reds Red Sox
598 Anthony Rendon Braves Chose not to sign. Nationals Angels
599 Hunter Renfroe Red Sox Chose not to sign. Padres Angels
600 Luis Rengifo Mariners, Rays Traded to the Rays, then traded to the Angels. Angels Angels
601 Harold Reynolds Padres Chose not so sign. Mariners Angels
602 Jacob Rhame dodgers Traded to the Mets. Mets Mets
603 Antoan Richardson Orioles, Orioles, Diamondbacks, Giants Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by the Giants in a later draft and released, and then signed by the Braves. Braves Yankees
604 Joey Rickard Rays Drafted by the Orioles in the rule 5 draft. Orioles Giants
605 Dave Righetti Rangers Traded to the Yankees. Yankees White Sox
606 Mickey Rivers White Sox, Mets, Senators, Braves Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by and signed with the Braves and then traded to the Angels. Angels Rangers
607 Anthony Rizzo Red Sox Traded to the Padres. Padres Yankees
608 Tanner Roark Rangers Traded to the Nationals. Nationals Blue Jays
609 Daniel Robertson (infielder) A's Traded to the Rays. Rays Rays
610 Daniel Robertson (outfielder) Padres Traded to the Rangers. Rangers Indians
611 Buck Rodgers Tigers Drafted by the Angels in the expansion draft. Angels Angels
612 Carlos Ródon Brewers Chose not to sign. White Sox Yankees
613 Dereck Rodríguez Twins Granted free agency and signed with the Giants. Giants Twins
614 Eduardo Rodríguez (left-handed pitcher) Orioles Traded to the Red Sox. Red Sox Tigers
615 Rich Rodriguez Royals, Mets Chose not to sign, then drafted by Mets in a later draft and then traded to the Padres. Padres Angels
616 Taylor Rogers Orioles Chose not to sign. Twins Giants
617 Mike Rose Astros, Diamondbacks, Red Sox, Royals Released by the Astros, then signed with the Diamondbacks, then traded to the Red Sox, then released by the Red Sox and signed with the Royals, then granted free agency and signed as a free agent with the A's A's Cardinals
618 Pete Rose Jr. Orioles, White Sox, Indians, White Sox Traded to the White Sox, then drafted by the Indians in the rule 5 draft, then released by the Indians and signed with the White Sox, then granted free agency and signed with the Reds. Reds Reds
619 Zac Rosscup Rays Traded to the Cubs. Cubs Rockies
620 Aaron Rowand Mets Chose not to sign. White Sox Giants
621 Justin Ruggiano dodgers Traded to the Rays. Rays Giants
622 Dan Runzler Mariners Chose not to sign. Giants Pirates
623 Cameron Rupp Pirates Chose not to sign. Phillies Phillies
624 Chris Rusin A's Chose not so sign. Cubs Braves
625 Addison Russell A's Traded to the Cubs. Cubs Cubs
626 Adley Rutschman Mariners Chose not to sign. Orioles Orioles
627 Mike Sadek Giants Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Twins in a later draft and then drafted by the Giants in the rule 5 draft. Giants Giants
628 Lenn Sakata Giants, Padres Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Brewers Yankees
629 Tyler Saladino Astros Chose not so sign. White Sox Brewers
630 Chris Sale Rockies Chose not so sign. White Sox Red Sox
631 Tim Salmon Braves Chose not to sign. Angels Angels
632 Aníbal Sánchez Red Sox Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Nationals
633 Freddy Sanchez Braves Chose not to sign. Red Sox Giants
634 Rey Sánchez Rangers Traded to the Cubs. Cubs Yankees
635 Sixto Sánchez Phillies Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Marlins
636 Deion Sanders Royals Chose not to sign. Yankees Reds
637 Patrick Sandoval Astros Traded to the Angels. Angels Angels
638 Carlos Santana dodgers Traded to the Indians. Indians Pirates
639 Johan Santana Astros, Marlins Drafted by the Marlins in the rule 5 draft, then traded to the Twins. Twins Mets
640 Tanner Scheppers Orioles, Pirates Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Rangers Rangers
641 Max Scherzer Cardinals Chose not to sign. Diamondbacks Mets
642 Curt Schilling Red Sox Traded to the Orioles. Orioles Red Sox
643 Ryan Schimpf Blue Jays Granted free agency and signed with the Padres. Padres Angels
644 Luke Scott Indians Traded to the Astros. Astros Rays
645 Tim Scott dodgers Granted free agency and signed with the Padres. Padres Rockies
646 Andre Scrubb dodgers Traded to the Astros. Astros Astros
647 Marco Scutaro Indians, Brewers Traded to the Brewers, then claimed off waivers by the Mets. Mets Giants
648 Tom Seaver dodgers, Braves dodgers passed on him due to how much money Seaver wanted, then drafted by the Braves but contract was voided by the commissioner, and Mets won a lottery to match the Braves' signing terms. Mets Red Sox
649 Rob Segedin Yankees Traded to the dodgers. dodgers dodgers
650 Justin Sellers A's, Cubs Traded to the Cubs, then traded to the dodgers. dodgers Indians
651 Sam Selman Angels, Royals Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Royals in a later draft and granted free agency, then signed with the Giants as a free agent. Giants A's
652 Scott Servais Mets Chose not to sign. Astros Astros
653 Mike Sharperson Pirates, Expos, Tigers Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Blue Jays Braves
654 Chris Shaw Mets Chose not to sign. Giants White Sox
655 Chris Shelton Pirates Drafted by the Tigers in the expansion draft. Tigers Mariners
656 Brady Singer Blue Jays Chose not to sign. Royals Royals
657 Grady Sizemore Expos Traded to the Indians. Indians Rays
658 Tarik Skubal Diamondbacks Chose not to sign. Tigers Tigers
659 Dan Slania Red Sox Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
660 Austin Slater dodgers Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
661 Don Slaught Brewers Chose not to sign. Royals Padres
662 Greg Smith (pitcher) Diamondbacks Traded to the A's. A's Rockies
663 Jason Smith dodgers Chose not to sign. Cubs Astros
664 Mallex Smith Brewers, Padres Chose not to sign, then drafted by Padres in a later draft and then traded to the Braves. Braves Mariners
665 Ozzie Smith Tigers Chose not to sign. Padres Cardinals
666 Reggie Smith Twins Drafted by the Red Sox in the first-year draft. Red Sox Giants
667 Will Smith (pitcher) Angels Traded to the Royals. Royals Astros
668 Justin Smoak A's Chose not to sign. Rangers Giants
669 John Smoltz Tigers Traded to the Braves. Braves Cardinals
670 Steve Smyth Braves Chose not to sign. Cubs Cubs
671 Eric Sogard Padres Traded to the A's. A's Cubs
672 Nick Solak Yankees, Rays Traded to the Rays, then traded to the Rangers. Rangers Reds
673 Donovan Solano Cardinals Granted free agency and signed with the Marlins. Marlins Twins
674 Chris Speier Senators Chose not to sign. Giants Giants
675 George Springer Twins Chose not so sign. Astros Blue Jays
676 Jacob Stallings Reds Chose not so sign. Pittsburgh Marlins
677 Ryne Stanek Mariners Chose not to sign. Rays Marlins
678 Brock Stewart Mets Chose not so sign. dodgers Blue Jays
679 Kelly Stinnett Indians Drafted by the Mets in the rule 5 draft. Mets Cardinals
680 Bob Stoddard Brewers, Braves, A's Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Mariners Royals
681 Ricky Stone dodgers Granted free agency and signed with the Astros. Astros Reds
682 Steve Stone Indians Chose not to sign. Giants Orioles
683 Drew Storen Yankees Chose not to sign. Nationals Reds
684 Mel Stottlemyre Jr. Mariners Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Astros in a later draft and traded to the Royals. Royals Royals
685 Todd Stottlemyre Yankees, Cardinals Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Blue Jays Diamondbacks
686 Hunter Strickland Red Sox, Pirates Traded to the Pirates, then claimed off waivers by the Giants. Giants Brewers
687 Spencer Strider Indians Chose not to sign. Braves Braves
688 Ross Stripling Rockies Chose not to sign. dodgers Giants
689 Marcus Stroman Nationals Chose not to sign. Blue Jays Cubs
690 Pedro Strop Rockies Released by the Rockies, then signed as a free agent with the Rangers. Rangers Cubs
691 Albert Suárez Rays, Angels Granted free agency and signed with the Angels, then granted free agency again and signed with the Giants. Giants Giants
692 Andrew Suárez Blue Jays, Nationals Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Giants Cardinals
693 Andrew Susac Phillies Chose not to sign. Giants Pirates
694 Bruce Sutter Senators Chose not to sign. Cubs Braves
695 Jack Suwinski Padres Traded to the Pirates. Pirates Pirates
696 Dansby Swanson Rockies, Diamondbacks Chose not to sign, then drafted by Diamondbacks in a later draft and then traded to the Braves. Braves Cubs
697 Darnell Sweeney Marlins, dodgers Chose not to sign, then drafted by dodgers in a later draft and then traded to the Phillies. Phillies Blue Jays
698 Dwight Smith (Sr.) Blue Jays Chose not to sign.Cubs Braves
699 Noah Syndergaard Blue Jays Traded to the Mets. Mets dodgers
700 Matt Szczur dodgers Chose not to sign. Cubs Cardinals
701 Fernando Tatís Jr. White Sox Traded to the Padres. Padres Padres
702 Eddie Taubensee Reds, A's Drafted by the A's in the rule 5 draft, then claimed off waivers by the Indians. Indians Indians
703 Mark Teixeira Red Sox Chose not to sign. Rangers Yankees
704 Kanekoa Texeira Brewers, White Sox, Yankees Chose not to sign, then drafted by the White Sox in a later draft and traded to the Yankees, then drafted by the Mariners in the rule 5 draft. Mariners Royals
705 Eric Thames Yankees Chose not so sign. Blue Jays Nationals
706 Lane Thomas Blue Jays Traded to the Cardinals. Cardinals Nationals
707 Robby Thompson A's, Mariners Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Giants Giants
708 Ryan Thompson (pitcher) Astros Drafted by the Rays in the rule 5 draft. Rays Rays
709 Ryan Thompson (outfielder) Blue Jays Traded to the Mets. Mets Brewers
710 Matt Thornton Tigers Chose not to sign. Mariners Padres
711 Chris Tillman Mariners Traded to the Orioles. Orioles Orioles
712 Andrew Toles Marlins, Rays Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Rays in a later draft and then released, and then signed with the dodgers as a free agent. dodgers dodgers
713 Brett Tomko dodgers Chose not so sign. Reds Rangers
714 Josh Tomlin Padres Chose not to sign. Indians Braves
715 Andrés Torres Marlins Chose not to sign. Tigers Giants
716 Gleyber Torres Cubs Traded to the Yankees. Yankees Yankees
717 Touki Toussaint Diamondbacks Traded to the Braves. Braves Indians
718 Blake Treinen Marlins, A's Marlins chose not to offer him to sign due to health concerns, then drafted by the A's in a later draft and traded to the Nationals. Nationals dodgers
719 Andrew Triggs Indians, Giants, Royals, Orioles Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by the Royals in a later draft and traded to the Orioles, then claimed off waivers by the A's. A's Red Sox
720 Manny Trillo Phillies Drafted by the A's in the rule 5 draft. A's Reds
721 Chadwick Tromp Reds Granted free agency and signed with the Giants. Giants Braves
722 John Tudor Mets Chose not to sign. Red Sox Cardinals
723 Justin Turner Yankees, Reds Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Reds in a later draft and then traded to the Orioles. Orioles Red Sox
724 Shane Turner Yankees Traded to the Phillies. Phillies Mariners
725 Trea Turner Pirates, Padres Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Padres in a later draft and then traded to the Nationals. Nationals Phillies
726 Dan Uggla Diamondbacks Drafted by the Marlins in the rule 5 draft. Marlins Nationals
727 Ramón Urías Rangers, Cardinals Purchased by a Mexico City team, then later signed as a free agent with the Cardinals, then claimed off waivers by the Orioles. Orioles Orioles
728 José Uribe Yankees Released by the Yankees, then signed with the Cardinals. Cardinals Astros
729 Chase Utley dodgers Chose not to sign. Phillies dodgers
730 Merkin Valdéz Braves Traded to the Giants. Giants Rangers
731 José Valentín Padres Traded to the Brewers. Brewers Mets
732 Ty Van Burkleo Brewers Released by the Brewers, and signed with the Angels, then released by the Angels, went overseas to play baseball, then came back and signed with the Angels again. Angels Rockies
733 Jason Varitek Astros, Twins, Mariners Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, then drafted by the Mariners in a later draft and then traded to the Red Sox. Red Sox Red Sox
734 Felipe Vázquez Rays Traded to the Nationals. Nationals Pirates
735 Randy Velarde White Sox Traded to the Yankees. Yankees A's
736 Eugenio Vélez Blue Jays Drafted by the Giants in the rule 5 draft. Giants dodgers
737 Max Venable dodgers Drafted by the Giants in the rule 5 draft. Giants Angels
738 Will Venable Orioles Chose not to sign. Padres dodgers
739 Shane Victorino dodgers Drafted by the Padres in the rule 5 draft. Padres Angels
740 Cam Vieaux Tigers Chose not to sign. Pirates Angels
741 Fernando Viña Yankees, Mets Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Mets in a later draft and drafted by the Mariners in the rule 5 draft. Mariners Tigers
742 Bill Virdon Yankees Traded to the Cardinals. Cardinals Pirates
743 Jonathan Villar Phillies Traded to the Astros. Astros Angels
744 Daniel Vogelbach Cubs Traded to the Mariners. Mariners Mets
745 Luke Voit Royals Chose not to sign. Cardinals Brewers
746 Jason Vosler Cubs, Padres Traded to the Padres, then granted free agency and signed with the Giants. Giants Reds
747 Adam Wainwright Braves Traded to the Cardinals. Cardinals Cardinals
748 Don Wakamatsu Yankees, Reds Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Reds in a later draft and eventually released by them, then signed with the White Sox. White Sox White Sox
749 Christian Walker dodgers Chose not to sign. Orioles Diamondbacks
750 Brett Wallace Blue Jays, Cardinals, A's, Blue Jays Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Cardinals in a later draft and traded to the A's, then traded to the Blue Jays, then traded to the Astros. Astros Padres
751 Zach Walters Diamondbacks Traded to the Nationals. Nationals dodgers
752 Donovan Walton Mets, Brewers Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Mariners Giants
753 Turner Ward Yankees Traded to the Indians. Indians Phillies
754 Ron Washington Royals Traded to the dodgers. dodgers Astros
755 Tony Watson Marlins, Orioles Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. Pirates Giants
756 Jeff Weaver White Sox Chose not to sign. Tigers dodgers
757 Allen Webster dodgers Traded to the Red Sox. Red Sox Cubs
758 Walt Weiss Orioles Chose not to sign. A's Braves
759 Bob Welch Cubs Chose not to sign. dodgers A's
760 Kip Wells Brewers Chose not to sign. White Sox Padres
761 Turk Wendell Braves Traded to the Cubs. Cubs Rockies
762 Joey Wendle Indians Traded to the A's. A's Rays
763 Jayson Werth Orioles Traded to the Blue Jays. Blue Jays Nationals
764 Rob Whalen Mets Traded to the Braves. Braves Mariners
765 Zack Wheeler Giants Traded to the Mets. Mets Phillies
766 Bill White (pitcher) Pirates, Diamondbacks, Nationals Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Diamondbacks in a later draft and later granted free agency, then signed with the Nationals, then released by the Nationals and signed with the Rangers. Rangers Rangers
767 Ronan Wick Brewers Chose not to sign. Padres Cubs
768 Bob Wickman White Sox Traded to the Yankees. Yankees Diamondbacks
769 Tom Wilhelmsen Brewers Released by the Brewers, and signed with the Mariners. Mariners Diamondbacks
770 Andy Wilkins Rangers Chose not to sign. White Sox Brewers
771 Matt Williams Mets Chose not to sign. Giants Diamondbacks
772 Mitch Williams Padres Drafted by the Rangers in the rule 5 draft, then returned by the Rangers to the Padres, then traded by the Padres to the Rangers. Rangers Royals
773 Nick Williams Rangers Traded to the Phillies. Phillies White Sox
774 Reggie Williams (1980s) Cardinals Chose not to sign. dodgers Indians
775 Reggie Williams (1990s) Giants Released by the Mets, then signed by the Angels. Angels Angels
776 Trevor Williams Marlins Traded to the Pirates. Pirates Nationals
777 Mac Williamson Red Sox Chose not to sign. Giants Mariners
778 Carl Willis Giants Chose not to sign. Tigers Twins
779 Dontrelle Willis Cubs Traded to the Marlins. Marlins Reds
780 Brian Wilson Indians Chose not to sign. Giants dodgers
781 Enrique Wilson Twins Traded to the Indians. Indians Cubs
782 Jack Wilson (infielder) Cardinals Traded to the Pirates. Pirates Braves
783 Dave Winfield Orioles Chose not to sign. Padres Indians
784 Dan Winkler Cubs, Rockies Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Rockies in a later draft and then drafted by the Braves in the rule 5 draft. Braves Cubs
785 Randy Winn Marlins Drafted by the Rays in the expansion draft. Rays Cardinals
786 DeWayne Wise Reds Drafted by the Blue Jays in the rule 5 draft. Blue Jays White Sox
787 Matt Wisler Padres Traded to the Braves. Braves Tigers
788 Randy Wolf dodgers Chose not to sign. Phillies Tigers
789 Tony Wolters Indians DFA'd by the Indians and claimed off waivers by the Rockies. Rockies Twins
790 Connor Wong dodgers Traded to the Red Sox. Red Sox Red Sox
791 Kolten Wong Twins Chose not to sign. Cardinals Mariners
792 Brandon Woodruff Rangers Chose not so sign. Brewers Brewers
793 Brandon Workman Phillies Chose not to sign. Red Sox Red Sox
794 Jimmy Wynn Reds Drafted by the Colt. 45s in the minor league draft. Colt .45s
795 Mike Yastrzemski Red Sox, Mariners, Orioles Chose not to sign, chose not to sign, and then drafted by the Orioles in a later draft and traded to the Giants. Giants Giants
796 Kirby Yates Red Sox Chose not to sign. Rays Braves
797 Juan Yepez Braves Traded to the Cardinals. Cardinals Cardinals
798 Ned Yost Expos, Mets Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Mets in a later draft and then drafted by the Brewers in the rule 5 draft. Brewers Expos
799 Chris Young (pitcher) Pirates, Expos Traded to the Expos, then traded to the Rangers. Rangers Royals
800 Chris Young (outfielder) White Sox Traded to the Diamondbacks. Diamondbacks Angels
801 Michael Young Orioles, Blue Jays Chose not to sign, then drafted by the Blue Jays in a later draft and traded to the Rangers. Rangers dodgers
802 Mike Young Indians Chose not to sign. Orioles Indians
803 Barry Zito Mariners, Rangers Chose not to sign, chose not to sign. A's A's
804 Ben Zobrist Astros Traded to the Rays. Rays Cubs
805 Mike Zunino A's Chose not to sign. Mariners Guardians
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2023.02.12 08:33 neoneat Do Nvidia system need certain drivers rpmfusion or not?

I’m currently running Fedora 37 Gnome, and I’ve successfully installed the proprietary Nvidia drivers as per the Fedora Docs here: How to Set Nvidia as Primary GPU on Optimus-based Laptops 4. Rebooted and everything seems to be working fine. Keep in mind I only want to use the GPU of my hybrid optimus laptop ( Acer Aspire E5-576G ), I don’t need to switch to Intel or use hybrid graphics, just using the GPU only is fine with me so the Fedora Docs worked out perfectly. I’m also currently running Wayland, though I have no trouble using Xorg either.
Packages related to Nvidia/graphics that I have already installed are the following:
gcc kernel-headers kernel-devel akmod-nvidia xorg-x11-drv-nvidia xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i686 xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-cuda nvidia-vaapi-driver
With Fedora 37 dropping VA-API support, RPMFuison has a new package out, so for Nvidia Closed Source drivers, they recommend also installing the following:
sudo dnf install mesa-vdpau-drivers-freeworld
My question is do I even really need this package at all if I already have nvidia-vaapi-driver packaged installed? Also on RMPFusion Howto/NVIDIA VDPAU/VAAPI 1 they mention installing sudo dnf install vdpauinfo libva-vdpau-driver libva-utils for VDPAU/VAAPI support. But I have not done that as I’m under the assumption that the nvidia proprietary drivers andnvidia-vaapi-driver is all I need, but honestly at this point I am not sure anymore what is what and could definitely use some guidance.
Below is my system information and feel free to ask me anything for additional context. Appreciate any help, thank you.
[[email protected] ~]$ inxi -Fxxxza --no-host System: Kernel: 6.0.12-300.fc37.x86_64 arch: x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc v: 2.38-25.fc37 parameters: BOOT_IMAGE=(hd0,gpt2)/vmlinuz-6.0.12-300.fc37.x86_64 root=UUID=551aa2f5-b9fc-450e-8325-3ea018cbc7b0 ro rootflags=subvol=root rd.luks.uuid=luks-dd84c37b-b460-44b0-9232-f550c644e682 rhgb quiet rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau modprobe.blacklist=nouveau nvidia-drm.modeset=1 Desktop: GNOME v: 43.2 tk: GTK v: 3.24.35 wm: gnome-shell dm: GDM v: 43.0 Distro: Fedora release 37 (Thirty Seven) Machine: Type: Laptop System: Acer product: Aspire E5-576G v: V1.32 serial:  Mobo: KBL model: Ironman_SK v: V1.32 serial:  UEFI: Insyde v: 1.32 date: 10/24/2017 Battery: ID-1: BAT1 charge: 9.4 Wh (100.0%) condition: 9.4/62.2 Wh (15.2%) volts: 12.6 min: 11.1 model: PANASONIC AS16B5J type: Li-ion serial:  status: full CPU: Info: model: Intel Core i5-8250U bits: 64 type: MT MCP arch: Coffee Lake gen: core 8 level: v3 note: check built: 2017 process: Intel 14nm family: 6 model-id: 0x8E (142) stepping: 0xA (10) microcode: 0xF0 Topology: cpus: 1x cores: 4 tpc: 2 threads: 8 smt: enabled cache: L1: 256 KiB desc: d-4x32 KiB; i-4x32 KiB L2: 1024 KiB desc: 4x256 KiB L3: 6 MiB desc: 1x6 MiB Speed (MHz): avg: 3390 high: 3402 min/max: 400/3400 scaling: driver: intel_pstate governor: powersave cores: 1: 3402 2: 3401 3: 3400 4: 3316 5: 3400 6: 3400 7: 3401 8: 3401 bogomips: 28800 Flags: avx avx2 ht lm nx pae sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3 vmx Vulnerabilities: Type: itlb_multihit status: KVM: VMX disabled Type: l1tf mitigation: PTE Inversion; VMX: conditional cache flushes, SMT vulnerable Type: mds mitigation: Clear CPU buffers; SMT vulnerable Type: meltdown mitigation: PTI Type: mmio_stale_data mitigation: Clear CPU buffers; SMT vulnerable Type: retbleed mitigation: IBRS Type: spec_store_bypass mitigation: Speculative Store Bypass disabled via prctl Type: spectre_v1 mitigation: usercopy/swapgs barriers and __user pointer sanitization Type: spectre_v2 mitigation: IBRS, IBPB: conditional, RSB filling, PBRSB-eIBRS: Not affected Type: srbds mitigation: Microcode Type: tsx_async_abort status: Not affected Graphics: Device-1: Intel UHD Graphics 620 vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: i915 v: kernel arch: Gen-9.5 process: Intel 14nm built: 2016-20 ports: active: eDP-1 empty: DP-1,HDMI-A-1 bus-ID: 00:02.0 chip-ID: 8086:5917 class-ID: 0300 Device-2: NVIDIA GP108M [GeForce MX150] vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: nvidia v: 520.56.06 alternate: nouveau,nvidia_drm non-free: 520.xx+ status: current (as of 2022-10) arch: Maxwell code: GMxxx process: TSMC 28nm built: 2014-19 pcie: gen: 3 speed: 8 GT/s lanes: 4 bus-ID: 01:00.0 chip-ID: 10de:1d10 class-ID: 0302 Device-3: Chicony HD WebCam type: USB driver: uvcvideo bus-ID: 1-7:4 chip-ID: 04f2:b571 class-ID: 0e02 Display: wayland server: X.org v: 1.20.14 with: Xwayland v: 22.1.5 compositor: gnome-shell driver: X: loaded: modesetting,nvidia unloaded: fbdev,nouveau,vesa alternate: nv dri: iris gpu: i915 display-ID: 0 Monitor-1: eDP-1 model: Najing CEC Panda LM156LF1L03 built: 2017 res: 1920x1080 dpi: 142 gamma: 1.2 size: 344x194mm (13.54x7.64") diag: 395mm (15.5") ratio: 16:9 modes: 1920x1080 API: OpenGL v: 4.6 Mesa 22.2.3 renderer: Mesa Intel UHD Graphics 620 (KBL GT2) direct render: Yes Audio: Device-1: Intel Sunrise Point-LP HD Audio vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: snd_hda_intel v: kernel alternate: snd_soc_skl,snd_soc_avs bus-ID: 00:1f.3 chip-ID: 8086:9d71 class-ID: 0403 Sound API: ALSA v: k6.0.12-300.fc37.x86_64 running: yes Sound Server-1: PulseAudio v: 16.1 running: no Sound Server-2: PipeWire v: 0.3.62 running: yes Network: Device-1: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3168NGW [Stone Peak] driver: iwlwifi v: kernel pcie: gen: 1 speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 1 bus-ID: 03:00.0 chip-ID: 8086:24fb class-ID: 0280 IF: wlp3s0 state: up mac:  Device-2: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: r8169 v: kernel pcie: gen: 1 speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 1 port: 3000 bus-ID: 04:00.1 chip-ID: 10ec:8168 class-ID: 0200 IF: enp4s0f1 state: down mac:  Bluetooth: Device-1: Intel Wireless-AC 3168 Bluetooth type: USB driver: btusb v: 0.8 bus-ID: 1-5:3 chip-ID: 8087:0aa7 class-ID: e001 Report: rfkill ID: hci0 rfk-id: 2 state: up address: see --recommends Drives: Local Storage: total: 238.47 GiB used: 139.95 GiB (58.7%) SMART Message: Required tool smartctl not installed. Check --recommends ID-1: /dev/sda maj-min: 8:0 vendor: SK Hynix model: HFS256G39TND-N210A size: 238.47 GiB block-size: physical: 4096 B logical: 512 B speed: 6.0 Gb/s type: SSD serial:  rev: 1P10 scheme: GPT Partition: ID-1: / raw-size: 236.87 GiB size: 236.87 GiB (100.00%) used: 139.72 GiB (59.0%) fs: btrfs dev: /dev/dm-0 maj-min: 253:0 mapped: luks-dd84c37b-b460-44b0-9232-f550c644e682 ID-2: /boot raw-size: 1024 MiB size: 973.4 MiB (95.06%) used: 225.8 MiB (23.2%) fs: ext4 dev: /dev/sda2 maj-min: 8:2 ID-3: /boot/efi raw-size: 600 MiB size: 598.8 MiB (99.80%) used: 17.4 MiB (2.9%) fs: vfat dev: /dev/sda1 maj-min: 8:1 ID-4: /home raw-size: 236.87 GiB size: 236.87 GiB (100.00%) used: 139.72 GiB (59.0%) fs: btrfs dev: /dev/dm-0 maj-min: 253:0 mapped: luks-dd84c37b-b460-44b0-9232-f550c644e682 Swap: Kernel: swappiness: 60 (default) cache-pressure: 100 (default) ID-1: swap-1 type: zram size: 8 GiB used: 16.2 MiB (0.2%) priority: 100 dev: /dev/zram0 Sensors: System Temperatures: cpu: 66.0 C pch: 55.5 C mobo: N/A Fan Speeds (RPM): N/A Info: Processes: 362 Uptime: 3h 56m wakeups: 1 Memory: 15.5 GiB used: 5.91 GiB (38.1%) Init: systemd v: 251 target: graphical (5) default: graphical tool: systemctl Compilers: gcc: 12.2.1 Packages: pm: rpm pkgs: N/A note: see --rpm tools: dnf,gnome-software,yum pm: flatpak pkgs: 73 Shell: Bash v: 5.2.9 running-in: tilix inxi: 3.3.23 
tl;dr: Do I need the packages vdpauinfo libva-vdpau-driver libva-utils and mesa-vdpau-drivers-freeworld from RPMFusion if I already have successfully installed the nvidia proprietary drivers with nvidia-vaapi-driver ?
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2022.12.19 22:28 Sweden13 /r/NBA Hall of Fame: Class of 1997

Link: Here
I'll spare the overly long intro from the first time and give this abbreviated version- starting in 1960, this series looks to go through the history of the NBA and revote on the hall of fame classes, while adopting the rules from baseball's hall of fame. (10 years on the ballot, 75%+ for induction, less than 5% and you're off.) Every voter is free to apply their own standards- you can care about or disregard character, college accomplishments or international ones. I'll provide very very limited summaries of player's accomplishments if you decide you want to read through it... or not! Most of us aren't super familiar with the 50's/60's game. If you want to read my ramblings in a little more detail, here's the link to the original post. The mods got back to me and gave me a thumbs up, so I'll try to post the new ballot every Monday, Wednesday and Friday if you want to try to keep up and have your uh very important voice on yesterday's NBA players be heard.

Class of 1996

One player stood above all others this time, and it was Lakers legend Magic Johnson! Magic cruised to a first ballot induction, picking up 96.2% of the vote in the process. He overshadowed everyone else, with Sidney Moncrief coming in a distant second at 53.8% of the vote.
And with that, comes those who disappear. James Edwards, Jeff Malone, Jeff Turner, Michael Adams, Scott Skiles and Vern Fleming are gone after only one time on the ballot. On the other hand, after they both survived their first four ballots, Walter Davis and Bob Hansen drop out time number five. Brad Daugherty slipped through one and two, but he perishes here as well. Finally, Tree Rollins goes out on try number two.
The veteran's committee once again inducts nobody- Joe Fulks led the way, but he only picked up 50% of the vote, while Maurice Stokes places second with 35%.

Class of 1997

Byron Scott:
Charles Smith:
Craig Ehlo:
Dino Rada:*
Earl Cureton:
Ed Pinckney:
Frank Brickowski:
Fred Roberts:
John Long:
Ken Norman:
Kenny Smith:
Kevin Duckworth:
Kevin Gamble:
LaSalle Thompson:
Mike Brown:
Reggie Williams:
Robert Parish:*
Šarūnas Marčiulionis:*
Sedale Threatt:
Wayman Tisdale:
Willie Anderson:

LAST CHANCE

The following players are on their last ballot!
Cedric Maxwell (Y10, 15.4%):
World B. Free (Y10, 11.5%):

Returnees to the Ballot

Alvin Robertson (Y2, 26.9%):
Bernard King (Y5, 42.3%):*
Bill Laimbeer (Y4, 46.2%):
Danny Ainge (Y3, 23.1%):
Darryl Dawkins (Y9, 11.5%):
Dennis Johnson (Y8, 38.5%):*
Doc Rivers (Y2, 11.5%):
Drazen Petrovic (Y5, 34.6%):*
Fat Lever (Y4, 15.4%):
Jack Sikma (Y7, 23.1%):*
Jon Koncak (Y2, 7.7%):
Kiki Vandeweghe (Y5, 19.2%):
Manute Bol (Y3, 15.4%):
Mark Aguirre (Y4, 11.5%):
Mark Eaton (Y5, 23.1%):
Marques Johnson (Y8, 11.5%):
Michael Cooper (Y8, 19.2%):
Mo Cheeks (Y5, 19.2%):*
Ralph Sampson (Y6, 26.9%):*
Rolando Blackman (Y4, 11.5%):
Sidney Moncrief (Y7, 53.8%):*

Series Summary

Class of 1960 - George Mikan (97.4%)
Class of 1961 - Bill Sharman (84.0%)
Class of 1962 - Paul Arizin (90.5%)
Class of 1963 - Bob Cousy (100.0%)
Class of 1964 - Dolph Schayes (91.3%)
Class of 1965 - Bob Pettit (97.4%)
Class of 1966 - None
Class of 1967 - None
Class of 1968 - Tom Heinsohn (93.3%)
Class of 1969 - Bill Russell (89.7%)
Class of 1970 - Sam Jones (90.3%)
Class of 1971 - None
Class of 1972 - Elgin Baylor (89.5%)
Class of 1973 - Wilt Chamberlain (100.0%), Hal Greer (81.0%)
Class of 1974 - Jerry West (96.6%), Oscar Robertson (96.6%), Willis Reed (82.8%)
Class of 1975 - Dave DeBusschere (91.7%), Lenny Wilkens (83.3%), Jerry Lucas (79.2%)
Class of 1976 - Connie Hawkins (76.5%)
Class of 1977 - Nate Thurmond (94.1%), Billy Cunningham (76.5%)
Class of 1978 - John Havlicek (95.5%)
Class of 1979 - None
Class of 1980 - Rick Barry (86.4%), Walt Frazier (86.4%), Pete Maravich (77.3%)
Class of 1981 - Wes Unseld (82.4%)
Class of 1982 - None
Class of 1983 - Dave Cowens (81.8%)
Class of 1984 - Tiny Archibald (75.0%)
Class of 1985 - David Thompson (80.0%)
Class of 1986 - George Gervin (95.2%), Bob Lanier (90.5%), Bob McAdoo (85.7%), Elvin Hayes (81.0%)
Class of 1987 - Julius Erving (95.0%)
Class of 1988 - Bill Walton (93.8%), Dan Issel (75.0%)
Class of 1989 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (97.7%)
Class of 1990 - Artis Gilmore (83.3%)
Class of 1991 - Alex English (83.9%)
Class of 1992 - Larry Bird (93.8%), Adrian Dantley (75.0%), Walt Bellamy (81.8%)
Class of 1993 - Kevin McHale (100.0%)
Class of 1994 - Isiah Thomas (100.0%), James Worthy (82.4%)
Class of 1995 - Moses Malone (85.7%)
Class of 1996 - Magic Johnson (96.2%)
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2022.12.18 10:12 Kuroki_G I dont think this game would be playable for me if I havent pulled Rapunzel.

I dont think this game would be playable for me if I havent pulled Rapunzel. submitted by Kuroki_G to NikkeMobile [link] [comments]


2022.11.20 12:46 ultimatey90 Overheating Laptop / Thermald is not working

Hi! I'm trying to play games in my laptop but unfortunately it's heating up so bad (reaches 90C). I installed thermald as it was suggested by others and it doesn't have an effect to my laptop. It still reaches up to 90C as shown in mangohud.
What I'm expecting is that whenever it heats up so bad, it should throttle down my CPU and GPU but the freqs stay the same even at 90-92C. Also, when playing the same game in Windows, it doesn't heat up that bad it's like 5-10C lower. I've already cleaned out the fans and it's still the same.
Does anyone have an idea on minimizing this overheating in my laptop? Thanks! :DD
This is my specs:
garuda-inxi
System: Kernel: 6.0.9-zen1-1-zen arch: x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc v: 12.2.0 parameters: BOOT_IMAGE=/@/boot/vmlinuz-linux-zen root=UUID=8be5a5b2-923e-4e51-8658-cc49328f161c rw [email protected] quiet quiet splash rd.udev.log_priority=3 vt.global_cursor_default=0 resume=UUID=5321fe67-a6f1-43d0-addc-64d4a749ece7 loglevel=3 Desktop: KDE Plasma v: 5.26.3 tk: Qt v: 5.15.7 info: latte-dock wm: kwin_x11 vt: 1 dm: SDDM Distro: Garuda Linux base: Arch Linux Machine: Type: Laptop System: Acer product: Aspire A514-52KG v: V1.04 serial: Chassis: type: 10 serial: Mobo: KBL model: Sneezy_KL v: V1.04 serial: UEFI: Insyde v: 1.04 date: 08/28/2020 Battery: ID-1: BAT0 charge: 22.0 Wh (66.7%) condition: 33.0/47.9 Wh (69.0%) volts: 12.2 min: 11.4 model: Murata KT003040 AP18C4K type: Li-ion serial: status: charging cycles: 223 CPU: Info: model: Intel Core i3-7020U bits: 64 type: MT MCP arch: AmbeKaby Lake note: check gen: core 7 level: v3 note: check built: 2017 process: Intel 14nm family: 6 model-id: 0x8E (142) stepping: 9 microcode: 0xF0 Topology: cpus: 1x cores: 2 tpc: 2 threads: 4 smt: enabled cache: L1: 128 KiB desc: d-2x32 KiB; i-2x32 KiB L2: 512 KiB desc: 2x256 KiB L3: 3 MiB desc: 1x3 MiB Speed (MHz): avg: 1100 min/max: 400/2300 scaling: driver: intel_pstate governor: powersave cores: 1: 1100 2: 1100 3: 1100 4: 1100 bogomips: 18399 Flags: avx avx2 ht lm nx pae sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3 vmx Vulnerabilities: Type: itlb_multihit status: KVM: VMX disabled Type: l1tf mitigation: PTE Inversion; VMX: conditional cache flushes, SMT vulnerable Type: mds mitigation: Clear CPU buffers; SMT vulnerable Type: meltdown mitigation: PTI Type: mmio_stale_data mitigation: Clear CPU buffers; SMT vulnerable Type: retbleed mitigation: IBRS Type: spec_store_bypass mitigation: Speculative Store Bypass disabled via prctl Type: spectre_v1 mitigation: usercopy/swapgs barriers and __user pointer sanitization Type: spectre_v2 mitigation: IBRS, IBPB: conditional, RSB filling, PBRSB-eIBRS: Not affected Type: srbds mitigation: Microcode Type: tsx_async_abort status: Not affected Graphics: Device-1: Intel HD Graphics 620 vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: i915 v: kernel arch: Gen-9.5 process: Intel 14nm built: 2016-20 ports: active: eDP-1 empty: HDMI-A-1 bus-ID: 00:02.0 chip-ID: 8086:5921 class-ID: 0300 Device-2: NVIDIA GM108M [GeForce MX130] vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: nvidia v: 520.56.06 alternate: nouveau,nvidia_drm non-free: 520.xx+ status: current (as of 2022-10) arch: Maxwell code: GMxxx process: TSMC 28nm built: 2014-19 pcie: gen: 1 speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 4 link-max: gen: 3 speed: 8 GT/s bus-ID: 01:00.0 chip-ID: 10de:174d class-ID: 0302 Device-3: Chicony HD User Facing type: USB driver: uvcvideo bus-ID: 1-2:2 chip-ID: 04f2:b64f class-ID: 0e02 serial: Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 21.1.4 with: Xwayland v: 22.1.5 compositor: kwin_x11 driver: X: loaded: modesetting,nvidia unloaded: nouveau alternate: fbdev,intel,nv,vesa dri: iris gpu: i915 display-ID: :0 screens: 1 Screen-1: 0 s-res: 1366x768 s-dpi: 96 s-size: 361x203mm (14.21x7.99") s-diag: 414mm (16.31") Monitor-1: eDP-1 model: ChiMei InnoLux 0x14d6 built: 2016 res: 1366x768 hz: 60 dpi: 112 gamma: 1.2 size: 309x173mm (12.17x6.81") diag: 354mm (13.9") ratio: 16:9 modes: 1366x768 API: OpenGL v: 4.6 Mesa 22.2.3 renderer: Mesa Intel HD Graphics 620 (KBL GT2F) direct render: Yes Audio: Device-1: Intel Sunrise Point-LP HD Audio vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: snd_hda_intel v: kernel alternate: snd_soc_skl,snd_soc_avs bus-ID: 00:1f.3 chip-ID: 8086:9d71 class-ID: 0403 Sound API: ALSA v: k6.0.9-zen1-1-zen running: yes Sound Server-1: PulseAudio v: 16.1 running: no Sound Server-2: PipeWire v: 0.3.60 running: yes Network: Device-1: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet vendor: Acer Incorporated ALI driver: r8169 v: kernel pcie: gen: 1 speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 1 port: 3000 bus-ID: 02:00.0 chip-ID: 10ec:8168 class-ID: 0200 IF: enp2s0 state: down mac: Device-2: Qualcomm Atheros QCA6174 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter vendor: Lite-On driver: ath10k_pci v: kernel pcie: gen: 1 speed: 2.5 GT/s lanes: 1 bus-ID: 03:00.0 chip-ID: 168c:003e class-ID: 0280 temp: 66.0 C IF: wlp3s0 state: up mac: IF-ID-1: CloudflareWARP state: unknown speed: 10 Mbps duplex: full mac: N/A Bluetooth: Device-1: Lite-On type: USB driver: btusb v: 0.8 bus-ID: 1-7:3 chip-ID: 04ca:3016 class-ID: e001 Report: bt-adapter ID: hci0 rfk-id: 0 state: down bt-service: enabled,running rfk-block: hardware: no software: yes address: Drives: Local Storage: total: 1.14 TiB used: 571.11 GiB (49.0%) SMART Message: Unable to run smartctl. Root privileges required. ID-1: /dev/nvme0n1 maj-min: 259:0 vendor: Kingston model: SNVS250G size: 232.89 GiB block-size: physical: 512 B logical: 512 B speed: 31.6 Gb/s lanes: 4 type: SSD serial: rev: EDFK9NO2 temp: 33.9 C scheme: GPT ID-2: /dev/sda maj-min: 8:0 vendor: Toshiba model: MQ04ABF100 size: 931.51 GiB block-size: physical: 4096 B logical: 512 B speed: 6.0 Gb/s type: HDD rpm: 5400 serial: rev: 1J scheme: GPT Partition: ID-1: / raw-size: 49.59 GiB size: 49.59 GiB (100.00%) used: 13.67 GiB (27.6%) fs: btrfs dev: /dev/nvme0n1p7 maj-min: 259:7 ID-2: /boot/efi raw-size: 1024 MiB size: 1022 MiB (99.80%) used: 312 KiB (0.0%) fs: vfat dev: /dev/nvme0n1p5 maj-min: 259:5 ID-3: /home raw-size: 68.36 GiB size: 68.36 GiB (100.00%) used: 23.11 GiB (33.8%) fs: btrfs dev: /dev/sda4 maj-min: 8:4 ID-4: /valog raw-size: 49.59 GiB size: 49.59 GiB (100.00%) used: 13.67 GiB (27.6%) fs: btrfs dev: /dev/nvme0n1p7 maj-min: 259:7 ID-5: /vatmp raw-size: 49.59 GiB size: 49.59 GiB (100.00%) used: 13.67 GiB (27.6%) fs: btrfs dev: /dev/nvme0n1p7 maj-min: 259:7 Swap: Kernel: swappiness: 133 (default 60) cache-pressure: 100 (default) ID-1: swap-1 type: zram size: 7.51 GiB used: 111.2 MiB (1.4%) priority: 100 dev: /dev/zram0 ID-2: swap-2 type: partition size: 8 GiB used: 0 KiB (0.0%) priority: -2 dev: /dev/nvme0n1p6 maj-min: 259:6 Sensors: System Temperatures: cpu: 58.0 C pch: 60.5 C mobo: N/A Fan Speeds (RPM): N/A Info: Processes: 249 Uptime: 38m wakeups: 1 Memory: 7.51 GiB used: 3.78 GiB (50.3%) Init: systemd v: 252 default: graphical tool: systemctl Compilers: gcc: 12.2.0 Packages: pm: pacman pkgs: 1471 libs: 399 tools: octopi,paru Shell: fish v: 3.5.1 default: Bash v: 5.1.16 running-in: konsole inxi: 3.3.23 Garuda (2.6.9-1): System install date: 2022-11-13 Last full system update: 2022-11-20 Is partially upgraded: No Relevant software: NetworkManager Windows dual boot: Probably (Run as root to verify) Snapshots: Snapper Failed units: systemd-networkd-wait-online.service
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2022.11.03 00:31 Eternal622 Help with Fallout 4 Mod pack!

I'm trying to download and play Ground Zero mod pack for Fallout 4, but every time I launch the game it immediately crashes and Iv'e done all the installation setup already. Any Idea what's the problem. Here's the Buffout 4 crash log.


Fallout 4 v1.10.163
Buffout 4 v1.26.2

Unhandled exception "EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION" at 0x7FF6FD2559A4 Fallout4.exe+01B59A4

\[Compatibility\] F4EE: false \[Fixes\] ActorIsHostileToActor: true CellInit: true CreateD3DAndSwapChain: true EncounterZoneReset: true GreyMovies: true MagicEffectApplyEvent: true MovementPlanner: true PackageAllocateLocation: true SafeExit: true TESObjectREFRGetEncounterZone: true UnalignedLoad: true UtilityShader: true \[Patches\] Achievements: true BSMTAManager: true BSPreCulledObjects: true BSTextureStreamerLocalHeap: true HavokMemorySystem: true INISettingCollection: true InputSwitch: false MaxStdIO: -1 MemoryManager: true MemoryManagerDebug: false ScaleformAllocator: true SmallBlockAllocator: true WorkshopMenu: true \[Warnings\] CreateTexture2D: true ImageSpaceAdapter: true 

PROBABLE CALL STACK:
\[ 0\] 0x7FF6FD2559A4 Fallout4.exe+01B59A4 -> 1269110+0x224 \[ 1\] 0x7FF6FD253EC7 Fallout4.exe+01B3EC7 -> 441693+0x117 \[ 2\] 0x7FF6FD1B87AE Fallout4.exe+01187AE -> 1043280+0x5E \[ 3\] 0x7FF6FD1C0CE3 Fallout4.exe+0120CE3 -> 909346+0x63 \[ 4\] 0x7FF6FD1B7057 Fallout4.exe+0117057 -> 57137+0x437 \[ 5\] 0x7FF6FDDD7CD4 Fallout4.exe+0D37CD4 -> 708657+0x2F4 \[ 6\] 0x7FF6FDDDF253 Fallout4.exe+0D3F253 -> 407290+0x263 \[ 7\] 0x7FF6FDDF35A9 Fallout4.exe+0D535A9 -> 1085735+0x29 \[ 8\] 0x7FFB8EBBA8AC f4se\_1\_10\_163.dll+000A8AC \[ 9\] 0x7FF6FEBBCFED Fallout4.exe+1B1CFED -> 1079791+0x3D \[10\] 0x7FFC35A87034 KERNEL32.DLL+0017034 \[11\] 0x7FFC365626A1 ntdll.dll+00526A1 

REGISTERS:
RAX 0x84FDDFF5F8 (void\*) RCX 0x0 (size\_t) RDX 0x0 (size\_t) RBX 0x61 (size\_t) RSP 0x84FDDFF580 (char\*) "a" RBP 0x84FDDFF680 (void\*) RSI 0x26AC28FBD48 (void\*) RDI 0x0 (size\_t) R8 0x8 (size\_t) R9 0x1 (size\_t) R10 0x8000 (size\_t) R11 0x84FDDFF570 (void\*) R12 0x0 (size\_t) R13 0x7FF6FFCF5B98 (char\*) "en" R14 0x84FDDFF610 (char\*) "DLCRobot" R15 0x0 (size\_t) 

STACK:
\[RSP+0 \] 0x61 (size\_t) \[RSP+8 \] 0x26AC28FBD48 (void\*) \[RSP+10 \] 0x26AC28FBD48 (void\*) \[RSP+18 \] 0x8 (size\_t) \[RSP+20 \] 0x84FDDFF610 (char\*) "DLCRobot" \[RSP+28 \] 0x7FF6FFCF5B98 (char\*) "en" \[RSP+30 \] 0x7FF6FFCFCF20 (char\*) ".STRINGS" \[RSP+38 \] 0x7FFB9CBB4419 (void\* -> MSVCR110.dll+0034419) \[RSP+40 \] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+48 \] 0x84FDDFF5E8 (void\*) \[RSP+50 \] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+58 \] 0x6188DE7CDD (size\_t) \[RSP+60 \] 0x84693F0841 (size\_t) \[RSP+68 \] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+70 \] 0x84FDDFF5D8 (void\*) \[RSP+78 \] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+80 \] 0x84FDDFF900 (void\*) \[RSP+88 \] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+90 \] 0x746F626F52434C44 (size\_t) \[RSP+98 \] 0x26A4FD9D600 (void\*) \[RSP+A0 \] 0x26AB65272F0 (void\*) \[RSP+A8 \] 0x7FF6FD1BDD97 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+011DD97) \[RSP+B0 \] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+B8 \] 0x84FDDFF730 (char\*) "\_en.STRINGS" \[RSP+C0 \] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+C8 \] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+D0 \] 0x26AB6BA9440 (BSFile\*) \[RSP+D8 \] 0x84FDDFF6B8 (void\*) \[RSP+E0 \] 0x26AB65272F0 (void\*) \[RSP+E8 \] 0x4387C93242ACC3B2 (size\_t) \[RSP+F0 \] 0x746F626F52434C44 (size\_t) \[RSP+F8 \] 0x7F006D736500 (size\_t) \[RSP+100\] 0x26AB6BA9440 (BSFile\*) \[RSP+108\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+110\] 0x26AB18CD800 (void\*) \[RSP+118\] 0x7FF702973200 (BGSObjectVisibilityManager\*) File: "Fallout4.esm" Flags: 0x00000001 Form ID: 0x00000027 Form Type: 158 \[RSP+120\] 0x1 (size\_t) \[RSP+128\] 0x7FF6FD1D0EE2 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0130EE2) \[RSP+130\] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+138\] 0xC52444548 (size\_t) \[RSP+140\] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+148\] 0x133854 (size\_t) \[RSP+150\] 0x1 (size\_t) \[RSP+158\] 0x7FF6FD1CE82B (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+012E82B) \[RSP+160\] 0x61 (size\_t) \[RSP+168\] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+170\] 0x7FF702973200 (BGSObjectVisibilityManager\*) File: "Fallout4.esm" Flags: 0x00000001 Form ID: 0x00000027 Form Type: 158 \[RSP+178\] 0x143C093 (size\_t) \[RSP+180\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+188\] 0x13B652F4 (size\_t) \[RSP+190\] 0x26A4FD9CC80 (void\*) \[RSP+198\] 0x1 (size\_t) \[RSP+1A0\] 0x2F53474E49525453 (size\_t) \[RSP+1A8\] 0x746F626F52434C44 (size\_t) \[RSP+1B0\] 0x495254532E6E655F (size\_t) \[RSP+1B8\] 0x7FF60053474E (size\_t) \[RSP+1C0\] 0x1 (size\_t) \[RSP+1C8\] 0x26A4FD9CC80 (void\*) \[RSP+1D0\] 0x26AB6BA8B80 (BSFile\*) \[RSP+1D8\] 0x7FFB9CBB6480 (void\* -> MSVCR110.dll+0036480) \[RSP+1E0\] 0x1D7E (size\_t) \[RSP+1E8\] 0x7FF6FEBE3C21 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1B43C21) \[RSP+1F0\] 0x26A00000002 (void\*) \[RSP+1F8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+200\] 0x52434C445C514553 (size\_t) \[RSP+208\] 0x5145532E746F626F (size\_t) \[RSP+210\] 0x26AB18CEC70 (char\*) "DLCRobot.esm" \[RSP+218\] 0x7FF6FEBE3EF1 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1B43EF1) \[RSP+220\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+228\] 0x7FF6FFEAF340 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+2E0F340) \[RSP+230\] 0x7FF702C87D60 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE7D60) \[RSP+238\] 0x1 (size\_t) \[RSP+240\] 0x26AB6BA8B80 (BSFile\*) \[RSP+248\] 0x7FF6FEBF5AC3 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1B55AC3) \[RSP+250\] 0xD0000000C (size\_t) \[RSP+258\] 0x26AB6C16DD0 (void\*) \[RSP+260\] 0x26AB6527201 (void\*) \[RSP+268\] 0x26A72B89FC5 (void\* -> Buffout4.dll+0049FC5) \[RSP+270\] 0x26AB18CD800 (void\*) \[RSP+278\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+280\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+288\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+290\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+298\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+2A0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+2A8\] 0x26A4FD9D601 (void\*) \[RSP+2B0\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+2B8\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+2C0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+2C8\] 0x26A4FD9D601 (void\*) \[RSP+2D0\] 0x26AC28FBD40 (void\*) \[RSP+2D8\] 0x84FDDFF990 (void\*) \[RSP+2E0\] 0x84FDDFF8B0 (void\*) \[RSP+2E8\] 0x7FF6FD253EC7 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+01B3EC7) \[RSP+2F0\] 0x26AC28FBD40 (void\*) \[RSP+2F8\] 0x26A00000000 (void\*) \[RSP+300\] 0x61 (size\_t) \[RSP+308\] 0x7FF600000000 (size\_t) \[RSP+310\] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+318\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+320\] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+328\] 0x26A00000000 (void\*) \[RSP+330\] 0x26AB65272F0 (void\*) \[RSP+338\] 0x26AB18CEC00 (void\*) \[RSP+340\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+348\] 0x7FF6FD1B87AE (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+01187AE) \[RSP+350\] 0x26AFE50A895 (size\_t) \[RSP+358\] 0x26AB18CD800 (void\*) \[RSP+360\] 0x26AB6C16DD0 (void\*) \[RSP+368\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+370\] 0xFFFFFF00 (size\_t) \[RSP+378\] 0x7FF6FD1D2EC1 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0132EC1) \[RSP+380\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+388\] 0x26AB65272F0 (void\*) \[RSP+390\] 0x26A4FD9D379 (void\*) \[RSP+398\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+3A0\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+3A8\] 0x7FF6FD1C0CE3 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0120CE3) \[RSP+3B0\] 0x84FDDFF990 (void\*) \[RSP+3B8\] 0x26AB18CD800 (void\*) \[RSP+3C0\] 0x26AB655E6B0 (void\*) \[RSP+3C8\] 0x26AB65272F0 (void\*) \[RSP+3D0\] 0x26AB6536800 (void\*) \[RSP+3D8\] 0x7FF6FD1B7057 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0117057) \[RSP+3E0\] 0x26AB65272F0 (void\*) \[RSP+3E8\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+3F0\] 0x2 (size\_t) \[RSP+3F8\] 0x2 (size\_t) \[RSP+400\] 0x7FF6FFCE96C8 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+2C496C8) \[RSP+408\] 0x7FF702971AD8 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D1AD8) \[RSP+410\] 0x7FF702970B00 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+58D0B00) \[RSP+418\] 0x84FDDFF9F0 (void\*) \[RSP+420\] 0x66 (size\_t) \[RSP+428\] 0x9C0 (size\_t) \[RSP+430\] 0x26A74742980 (SceneGraph\*) Name: "WorldRoot Node" \[RSP+438\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+440\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+448\] 0x26A4FD9CC00 (void\*) \[RSP+450\] 0x7FF70082E400 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+378E400) \[RSP+458\] 0x26A7484CCC0 (NiNode\*) Name: "ObjectLODRoot" \[RSP+460\] 0x7FF70082E400 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+378E400) \[RSP+468\] 0x7FF6FDDD7CD4 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0D37CD4) \[RSP+470\] 0x7FF700200000 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+3160000) \[RSP+478\] 0x26AB6503000 (void\*) \[RSP+480\] 0x7FF700000002 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+2F60002) \[RSP+488\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+490\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+498\] 0x26A7484CF40 (NiNode\*) Name: "WaterLOD" \[RSP+4A0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+4A8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+4B0\] 0x80000 (size\_t) \[RSP+4B8\] 0x7FF600000000 (size\_t) \[RSP+4C0\] 0x4CC4 (size\_t) \[RSP+4C8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+4D0\] 0x4CC4 (size\_t) \[RSP+4D8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+4E0\] 0x7FF702B7D640 (GameScript::PathingCallbackMgr\*) \[RSP+4E8\] 0x7FF6FEBB0DBA (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1B10DBA) \[RSP+4F0\] 0x7FF702B45178 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+5AA5178) \[RSP+4F8\] 0x7FF702B45168 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+5AA5168) \[RSP+500\] 0x246 (size\_t) \[RSP+508\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+510\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+518\] 0x26A502489E0 (void\*) \[RSP+520\] 0x7FF702B45160 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+5AA5160) \[RSP+528\] 0x7FF6FE3E1B9B (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1341B9B) \[RSP+530\] 0x7FF702B45160 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+5AA5160) \[RSP+538\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+540\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+548\] 0xFDA852C26A8B0000 (size\_t) \[RSP+550\] 0x202 (size\_t) \[RSP+558\] 0x26A72B89E2E (void\* -> Buffout4.dll+0049E2E) \[RSP+560\] 0x4CC4 (size\_t) \[RSP+568\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+570\] 0x7FF6FFCEA948 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+2C4A948) \[RSP+578\] 0x7FF702B45168 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+5AA5168) \[RSP+580\] 0x7FF702B7D640 (GameScript::PathingCallbackMgr\*) \[RSP+588\] 0x7FF6FE3DFDE6 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+133FDE6) \[RSP+590\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+598\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+5A0\] 0x2 (size\_t) \[RSP+5A8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+5B0\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+5B8\] 0x7FF6FE411DAA (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1371DAA) \[RSP+5C0\] 0x2 (size\_t) \[RSP+5C8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+5D0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+5D8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+5E0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+5E8\] 0x7FF6FDDDF253 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0D3F253) \[RSP+5F0\] 0x2 (size\_t) \[RSP+5F8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+600\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+608\] 0x26A4FD9D640 (char\*) "a" \[RSP+610\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+618\] 0x7FF6FDDF35A9 (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+0D535A9) \[RSP+620\] 0x26A5A273EE0 (\`anonymous namespace'::InitGameDataThread\*) \[RSP+628\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+630\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+638\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+640\] 0x26A5A273EE0 (\`anonymous namespace'::InitGameDataThread\*) \[RSP+648\] 0x7FFB8EBBA8AC (void\* -> f4se\_1\_10\_163.dll+000A8AC) \[RSP+650\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+658\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+660\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+668\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+670\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+678\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+680\] 0x26A5A273EE0 (\`anonymous namespace'::InitGameDataThread\*) \[RSP+688\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+690\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+698\] 0x7FF6FEBBCFED (void\* -> Fallout4.exe+1B1CFED) \[RSP+6A0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+6A8\] 0x84FDDFFC40 (void\*) \[RSP+6B0\] 0x26A7472BC90 (void\*) \[RSP+6B8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+6C0\] 0x26A5A273EE0 (\`anonymous namespace'::InitGameDataThread\*) \[RSP+6C8\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+6D0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+6D8\] 0x7FFC35A87034 (void\* -> KERNEL32.DLL+0017034) \[RSP+6E0\] 0x0 (size\_t) \[RSP+6E8\] 0x0 (size\_t) 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MODULES:

F4SE PLUGINS:
BetterConsole.dll Buffout4.dll v1.26.2 BulletCountedReload.dll CombinedCombatXP.dll f4pm.dll FallSouls.dll HighFPSPhysicsFix.dll mcm.dll place.dll PowerGridTools.dll SilentProtagonistF4SE.dll SprintStutteringFix.dll wsfw\_identifier.dll XDI.dll 

PLUGINS:
\[00\] Fallout4.esm \[01\] DLCRobot.esm \[02\] DLCworkshop01.esm \[03\] DLCCoast.esm \[04\] DLCworkshop02.esm \[05\] DLCworkshop03.esm \[06\] DLCNukaWorld.esm \[07\] Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch.esp \[08\] WorkshopFramework.esm \[09\] XDI.esm \[0A\] HUDFramework.esm \[0B\] TheSewers.esm \[0C\] SouthOfTheSea.esm \[0D\] CleanMySettlement.esm \[0E\] PhotoMode.esp \[0F\] RAW INPUT.esp \[10\] LooksMenu Customization Compendium.esp \[11\] waterLODfix.esp \[12\] ECO.esp \[13\] SKKFastStartNewGame.esp \[14\] Immersive HUD.esp \[15\] QuickTrade.esp \[16\] K9TacticalHarness.esp \[17\] WestTekTacticalOptics.esp \[18\] Tactical Flashlights.esp \[19\] Tactical Flashlights - Settings.esp \[1A\] Backpacks of the Commonwealth.esp \[1B\] OpsCoreFASTHelmet.esp \[1C\] PowerArmorLite.esp \[1D\] Modern Assassin.esp \[1E\] US\_Rangers.esp \[1F\] M4k4rov - MWGrenades - Replacer.esp \[20\] \[MW2R\] Shadow Company.esp \[21\] MW-Krueger.esp \[22\] M&P 2.0.esp \[23\] McMillanCS5.esp \[24\] HuntingShotgun.esp \[25\] BerettaM9FS.esp \[26\] CazadorML.esp \[27\] MK18.esp \[28\] P220.esp \[29\] HK\_MP5.esp \[2A\] Quad\_Fusillade.esp \[2B\] FnScar.esp \[2C\] APC9.esp \[2D\] RU556.esp \[2E\] SteyrAUGnv.esp \[2F\] L96A1.esp \[30\] HK\_UMP.esp \[31\] Glock19x.esp \[32\] M2Agency.esp \[33\] HKUSP9mm.esp \[34\] DesertEagleNV.esp \[35\] SigMCX.esp \[36\] SV-98.esp \[37\] Kukri.esp \[38\] BowieKnifes.esp \[39\] 1FOM\_FireAxe.esp \[3A\] SG550.esp \[3B\] HRP\_Mk23.esp \[3C\] Mac10.esp \[3D\] 44MBF4.esp \[3E\] CheatTerminal.esp \[3F\] Immersive Fallout - Movement (DLC).esp \[40\] Immersive Fallout - Real Recoil (DLC).esp \[41\] Immersive Fallout - Realistic ADS (DLC).esp \[42\] NightOfTheCreeps.esp \[43\] Some Assembly Required.esp \[44\] SKK476OpenWorld.esp \[45\] Commonwealth Overhaul.esp \[46\] GCM.esp \[47\] GhoulBlood.esp \[48\] \[ARRETH\] FGEP.esp \[49\] FallEvil - Complete Edition.esp \[4A\] SlowTime.esp \[4B\] SKKFeralNights.esp \[4C\] TRD - Main - Headshots Zombies.esp \[4D\] TRD - Zombie Spawns.esp \[4E\] \[ARR\] FallEvil - Mega Zombie Pack.esp \[4F\] \[ARR\] MZP Zombie Behaviour.esp \[50\] Creative Perks (everything).esp \[51\] CreativePerksPlus.esp \[52\] Hit Em Where It Hurts- FH & NW.esp \[53\] FO4 NPCs Travel.esp \[54\] Journal.esp \[55\] subwayrunnnerdynamiclighting.esp \[56\] moreXplore.esp \[57\] MaxwellsWorl.esp \[58\] MaxwellsWorl XDI Patch.esp \[59\] ForestHouse.esp \[5A\] The Death Tunnel.esp \[5B\] Eli\_Chestnut Lodge DLC.esp \[5C\] saferoom2.0.esp \[5D\] BasementLiving.esp \[5E\] RRTV\_SubwaySafehouse.esp \[5F\] RRTV\_CourierStations.esp \[60\] SettlementMenuManager.esp \[61\] WorkshopPlus.esp \[62\] woodysWastelandStuff.esp \[63\] NewLights.esp \[64\] Sandbag Fortifications - Version 2C.esp \[65\] GrafsSecurityFences.esp \[66\] Thaylar Lighting 3.2 Base Edition.esp \[67\] cVc Dead Wasteland 6.esp \[68\] cVc Dead Wasteland 6 DLC.esp \[69\] cVc Dead Wasteland 6 DLC2.esp \[6A\] cVc Dead Wasteland 6 DLC3.esp \[6B\] SKKCombatSettlers.esp \[6C\] RRTV\_GoodneighborCondo.esp \[6D\] Gritty Subway Stations.esp \[6E\] Wasteland Illumination.esp \[6F\] TrueBlood.esp \[70\] Pip-Boy Flashlight.esp \[71\] Reverb and Ambiance Overhaul.esp \[72\] LOST Audio Tweaks.esp \[73\] Ambient Wasteland.esp \[74\] BarefootFootstepExtended.esp \[75\] Project Reality Footsteps FO4.esp \[76\] \_SoundZero\_.esp \[77\] DiamondCityAmbience.esp \[78\] Existence 2.0.esp \[79\] CapitalRuinsFO4.esp \[7A\] SKKActorReplaceRespawnManager.esp \[7B\] SKKActorReplaceRespawnManagerCustomLists.esp \[7C\] Hunkered Down - No AtomCatsGarage.esp \[7D\] Hunkered Down-Settlements.esp \[7E\] SKK476CustomActor.esp \[7F\] \[ETH\]EthnetsMeleeSounds.esp \[80\] Karma\_Pickups.esp \[81\] Misty Pines Overhaul.esp \[82\] Realistic Roads - Black Asphalt.esp \[83\] Boston Natural Surroundings.esp \[84\] Vivid Weathers - FO4.esp \[85\] Vivid Weathers - FO4 - Autumn.esp \[86\] Vivid Weathers - FO4 - Far Harbor.esp \[87\] Vivid Weathers - Nuka World.esp \[88\] Vivid Waters.esp \[89\] Nate's Old Footlocker v1.esp \[8A\] UltraInteriorLighting.esp \[8B\] UltraInteriorLighting\_DarkerAmbience.esp \[8C\] ALOOT\_Better\_CPS.esp \[8D\] PaladinBaileyRedRocket.esp \[8E\] SKK476DLC01Patch.esp \[8F\] GZ ECO WB Patch 10-13.esp \[FE:000\] GCM\_DLC\_Automatron.esl \[FE:001\] GCM\_DLC\_Far\_Harbor.esl \[FE:002\] WorldwideGhoulsV400.esl \[FE:003\] Horrorghouls2.2.esl \[FE:004\] WorldwideGhoulsV400x.esl \[FE:005\] Quick\_Modification\_Weapon\_by\_tooun.esl \[FE:006\] Flicker Fixer.esp \[FE:007\] Wetness Shader Fix.esp \[FE:008\] ECO\_ArmorOverridesVB.esp \[FE:009\] TEC9.esp \[FE:00A\] APC9\_LeveledListPatch.esp \[FE:00B\] M2AgencyLvlListPatch.esp \[FE:00C\] HKUSP9mmLvlList.esp \[FE:00D\] SigMCX\_LvlListPatch.esp \[FE:00E\] SigMCX\_MaterialPack.esp \[FE:00F\] 4estGimp - FGEP\_TankTweakFix.esp \[FE:010\] \[ARR\] FallEvil - MZP Nuka World Patch.esp \[FE:011\] \[ARR\] MZP Far Harbor Patch.esp \[FE:012\] LevelledSpecials.esp \[FE:013\] Feral Ghoul Bite Skills.esp \[FE:014\] WildwoodCemeteryTombDungeon.esp \[FE:015\] Treehouses.esp \[FE:016\] Raze My Settlement.esp \[FE:017\] Fallout 4 Ultimate Window Overhaul.esp \[FE:018\] Burst Impact Blast FX.esp \[FE:019\] No More Fake Puddles - Nuka World 1-0.esp \[FE:01A\] Less\_Intense\_Speculars\_TrueBlood.esp \[FE:01B\] SunLightAlignment.esp \[FE:01C\] TerrainUndersides.esp \[FE:01D\] CGOsoundsplugin.esp \[FE:01E\] CityAmbience.esp \[FE:01F\] Sinister Ambient Sound.esp \[FE:020\] MasterLLSKK4-76.esp \[FE:021\] AT - Ambient Wasteland and RAO Patch.esp \[FE:022\] AT - DC Ambience and RAO Patch.esp \[FE:023\] AT - Inner City Ambience and RAO Patch.esp \[FE:024\] AT - Sinister Ambience and RAO Patch.esp \[FE:025\] AT - Existence RAO Patch.esp \[FE:026\] AT - Horrorghouls and RAO Patch.esp \[FE:027\] \[ETH\] TFS EquipSounds.esp \[FE:028\] Elzee Recoil Shake.esp \[FE:029\] RadImmune.esp \[FE:02A\] ECO\_INNRoverride.esp \[FE:02B\] Modern Weapon Replacer - AnotherOne TEC-9 - Pipe Bolt Action.esp \[FE:02C\] Modern Weapon Replacer - AnotherOne TEC-9 - Pipe Guns.esp \[FE:02D\] Modern Weapon Replacer - AnotherOne TEC-9 - Pipe Revolvers.esp \[FE:02E\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Beretta M9FS - 10mm Pistols.esp \[FE:02F\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Cazador Missile Launcher - Fat Man.esp \[FE:030\] Modern Weapon Replacer - FN SCAR-H - Handmade Rifles.esp \[FE:031\] Modern Weapon Replacer - FN SCAR-H - Plasma Guns.esp \[FE:032\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Fusillade Grenade Launcher - Gauss Rifles.esp \[FE:033\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Fusillade Grenade Launcher - Missile Launchers.esp \[FE:034\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Hunting Shotgun - Combat Shotguns.esp \[FE:035\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Hunting Shotgun - Double Barrel Shotguns.esp \[FE:036\] Modern Weapon Replacer - McMillan CS5 - Hunting Rifles.esp \[FE:037\] Modern Weapon Replacer - McMillan CS5 - Lever Action Rifles.esp \[FE:038\] Modern Weapon Replacer - MK18 CQBR - Assault Rifles.esp \[FE:039\] Modern Weapon Replacer - MK18 CQBR - Institute Guns.esp \[FE:03A\] Modern Weapon Replacer - MK18 CQBR - Laser Guns.esp \[FE:03B\] Modern Weapon Replacer - MK18 CQBR - Laser Muskets.esp \[FE:03C\] Modern Weapon Replacer - MP5 Complex - Radium Rifles.esp \[FE:03D\] Modern Weapon Replacer - MP5 Complex - Submachine Guns.esp \[FE:03E\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Sig Sauer P220 - Deliverer.esp \[FE:03F\] Modern Weapon Replacer - Smith and Wesson M-P 2.0 - Gamma Guns.esp \[FE:040\] Nate Footlocker Custom Loadout.esp \[FE:041\] NOPA - No Power Armor.esp \[FE:042\] TAAFlickerRemover.esp \[FE:043\] AlootHomePlate.esp \[FE:044\] BostonFPSFixAIO.esp \[FE:045\] SouthOfTheSea\[Previs\].esp \[FE:046\] Maxwells World - SKK 4-76 Patch.esp \[FE:047\] moreXplore - SKK 4-76 Patch.esp \[FE:048\] RRTV Subway Safehouse - SKK 4-76 Patch.esp \[FE:049\] Subway Runner - SKK 4-76 Patch.esp \[FE:04A\] SKK476 - FallEvil Complete Patch.esp \[FE:04B\] Goodneighbor Condo - SKK 4-76 Patch.esp \[FE:04C\] SKK476 - FGEP patch.esp \[FE:04D\] MZP - SKK 4-76 Patch.esp \[FE:04E\] SKK476 - Night of Creeps Patch.esp \[FE:04F\] SKK476 Custom Actor No Loss Patch.esp \[FE:050\] FallEvil - MZP - FGEP Damage Modifiers Patch.esp \[FE:051\] Vivid Waters - Water LOD Fix Patch.esp \[FE:052\] PBRR - Vivid Waters Patch.esp \[FE:053\] BIB - Ammo Pickup SFX Patch.esp \[FE:054\] Inner City Ambience - VW Autumn Patch.esp \[FE:055\] MFG - FGEP LL Patch.esp \[FE:056\] MW Grenade - Ammo Pickup SFX Patch.esp \[FE:057\] MWR SCAR - Ammo Pickup SFX Patch.esp \[FE:058\] MFG - SKK 476 Patch.esp \[FE:059\] FGEP LL Fix Patch.esp \[FE:05A\] Remove Ada Patch.esp \[FE:05B\] NPCs Travel - SKK 476 Patch.esp \[FE:05C\] NPCs Travel Faction Restriction Patch.esp \[FE:05D\] VW Lower Storm Sounds Patch.esp 
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2022.06.26 01:28 ilikesaucy The biggest power hitters in T20I cricket currently - International [with top 10 + Zim + Ire] [Min 500 runs] [2018-2022 - Must have played last year]

Why I am making this post when there is another similar post?
Because that post has selective information from only a few countries.

Rank 1 - India

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
HH Pandya 2018-2022 24 516 46 36.85 154.02 0 30
SS Iyer 2019-2022 32 820 74* 39.04 144.36 0 35
RG Sharma 2018-2022 53 1666 111* 33.32 144.24 2 88
KL Rahul 2018-2021 41 1373 101* 38.13 140.82 1 53
V Kohli 2018-2022 38 1340 94* 49.62 137.43 0 52
S Dhawan 2018-2021 38 1216 92 32 130.33 0 36
RR Pant 2018-2022 40 698 65* 22.51 124.64 0 30

Rank 2 - England

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
JJ Roy 2018-2022 35 974 70 28.64 148.47 0 47
EJG Morgan 2018-2022 39 882 91 28.45 147.73 0 51
JC Buttler 2018-2021 31 1126 101* 46.91 143.43 1 44
JM Bairstow 2018-2021 39 861 86* 26.9 143.02 0 40
DJ Malan 2018-2021 34 1161 103* 40.03 135.15 1 39

Rank 3 - Pakistan

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
Shoaib Malik 2018-2021 24 602 58* 40.13 158.42 0 26
Mohammad Hafeez 2018-2021 30 856 99* 38.9 141.95 0 37
Fakhar Zaman 2018-2022 51 1123 91 23.39 134.65 0 41
Mohammad Rizwan 2019-2022 38 1556 104* 57.62 131.75 1 47
Babar Azam 2018-2022 55 2218 122 45.26 131.16 1 36

Rank 4 - South Africa

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
AK Markram 2019-2021 18 588 70 39.2 147 0 28
H Klaasen 2018-2022 28 567 81 24.65 143.9 0 27
DA Miller 2018-2022 38 850 85* 35.41 142.37 0 40
Q de Kock 2018-2022 32 1062 79* 36.62 140.1 0 41
HE van der Dussen 2018-2022 35 1030 94* 38.14 130.37 0 45
RR Hendricks 2018-2022 33 904 74 28.25 125.55 0 17
T Bavuma 2019-2022 24 562 72 26.76 120.6 0 13

Rank 5 - Australia

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
GJ Maxwell 2018-2022 46 1178 113* 31.83 145.79 2 55
DA Warner 2018-2022 26 988 100* 54.88 143.81 1 26
AJ Finch 2018-2022 59 1723 172 33.78 143.34 1 69
MP Stoinis 2018-2022 34 602 78 27.36 140.98 0 21
MS Wade 2020-2022 30 589 80 24.54 138.26 0 23
MR Marsh 2018-2022 27 763 77* 33.17 124.87 0 27

Rank 6 - New Zealand

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
MJ Guptill 2018-2021 45 1438 105 31.95 146.28 1 86
GD Phillips 2018-2021 27 573 108 26.04 143.25 1 35
DP Conway 2020-2021 17 602 99* 50.16 139.35 0 15
TL Seifert 2018-2021 37 753 84* 23.53 129.82 0 37
KS Williamson 2018-2021 32 848 95 30.28 126.37 0 30
Munro had 160 strike rate with 947 runs, but he hasn't played after 2020

Rank 7 - West Indies

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
E Lewis 2018-2021 35 955 89 28.93 155.79 0 70
R Powell 2018-2022 26 578 107 27.52 141.66 1 35
KA Pollard 2018-2022 35 801 75* 33.37 138.1 0 60
N Pooran 2018-2022 47 1168 70 29.2 129.34 0 68
LMP Simmons 2019-2021 23 620 91* 32.63 127.31 0 35
SO Hetmyer 2018-2021 35 666 81* 21.48 118.71 0 32

Rank 8 - Bangladesh

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
Liton Das 2018-2022 43 859 61 20.45 124.31 0 28
Mahmudullah 2018-2022 54 1165 62 27.73 120.22 0 32
Mushfiqur Rahim 2018-2022 38 754 72* 24.32 117.81 0 18
Soumya Sarkar 2018-2021 40 602 68 16.27 117.34 0 26
Shakib Al Hasan 2018-2022 34 685 70* 21.4 117.29 0 11
Afif Hossain 2018-2022 36 535 52 16.71 116.05 0 19
Mohammad Naim 2019-2022 34 809 81 24.51 103.71 0 17

Rank 9 - Sri Lanka

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
MDKJ Perera 2018-2021 29 723 74 25.82 128.87 0 20
MD Gunathilaka 2018-2022 29 506 57 17.44 124.63 0 15
KIC Asalanka 2021-2022 20 521 80* 28.94 123.45 0 18
BKG Mendis 2018-2022 27 607 79 23.34 120.91 0 24
MD Shanaka 2018-2022 46 818 74* 24.78 120.29 0 36
P Nissanka 2021-2022 22 628 75 28.54 115.65 0 11

Rank 10 - Afghanistan

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
Hazratullah Zazai 2018-2022 24 794 162* 36.09 150.95 1 54
Mohammad Nabi 2018-2022 31 752 84* 34.18 148.03 0 44
Najibullah Zadran 2018-2022 31 719 73 34.23 133.14 0 35
Rahmanullah Gurbaz 2019-2022 22 568 87 25.81 132.71 0 35
Asghar Afghan 2018-2021 24 513 55 22.3 121.27 0 28

Rank 12 - Zimbabwe

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
SC Williams 2018-2021 26 533 66 24.22 129.36 0 21
W Madhevere 2020-2022 29 665 73* 24.62 122.92 0 9
CR Ervine 2019-2022 25 648 68* 29.45 119.11 0 20
RP Burl 2018-2022 35 597 57* 25.95 114.36 0 26

Rank 12 - Ireland

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave SR 100 6s
KJ O'Brien 2018-2021 51 1271 124 25.42 139.36 1 54
GJ Delany 2019-2022 35 694 89* 23.93 136.07 0 31
PR Stirling 2018-2022 58 1801 115* 33.35 135.41 1 66
A Balbirnie 2018-2022 56 1345 83 25.86 130.07 0 28
HT Tector 2019-2022 29 540 60 23.47 127.96 0 16
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2022.06.07 09:18 goodgodgetmeout JUNE 2022 UPDATE [2/4]

Wrestler Average 'Total Rating' of Top 10 Rated Singles Matches +/- in Average 'Total Rating' of Top 10 Matches since April 1st, 2022 +/- places compared to placement on the April 1st List Average 'Total Rating' of Rated Singles Matches #11-20
173. 'The Machine' Brian Cage, Cage - AEW 8.438 -0.011 -3 [170] 7.701 [-0.005]
174. Kzy - Dragongate 8.435 -0.007 -2 [172] -.--- 18/20
175. Alex Shelley - Freelancer 8.427. +0.035 +7 [182] 7.872 [+0.024]
176. Kazusada Higuchi - DDT 8.427 +0.007 - [176] 7.570 [+0.056]
177. Jeff Hardy, Brother Nero, Willow - AEW 8.424 -0.005 -3 [174] 7.819 [+0.001]
178. Nick Gage - [?] 8.420 +0.017 -1 [177] 6.657 [-0.020]
179. Hikaru Shida - AEW 8.412 +0.011 - [179] 7.262 [+0.005]
180. Chihiro Hashimoto - Sendai Girls 8.408 +0.009 - [180] -.--- 15/20
181. Jay Briscoe - Freelancer 8.406 +0.003 -3 [178] 7.376 [-]
182. 'Speed Star' Masato Yoshino 8.400 +0.002 -1 [181] 7.653 [+0.014]
183. Roman Reigns - WWE 8.389. +0.003 +1 [184] 7.775 [+0.040]
184. Matt Tremont - Freelancer 8.389 +0.163 +28 [212] -.--- 17/20
185. Jeff Cobb, Matanza Cueto - NJPW, Freelancer 8.388 - -2 [183] 7.738 [+0.002]
186. El Phantasmo - Freelancer, NJPW 8.373 +0.078 +9 [195] 7.383 [+0.067]
187. 'King of Darkness' EVIL - NJPW 8.364 - -2 [185] 7.620 [-0.003]
188. Toru Sugiura - FREEDOMS 8.359 -0.003 -2 [186] -.--- 14/20
189. 'Red Death' Daniel Garcia - AEW 8.356 +0.084 +11 [200] 7.523 [+0.090]
190. Ares 8.354 +0.025 - [190] -.--- 12/20
191. Volador Jr. - CMLL 8.340 +0.009 -2 [189] 7.501 [-]
192. Drew McIntyre, Drew Galloway - WWE 8.332 -0.003 -5 [187] 7.929 [-0.017]
193. Buddy Matthews, Murphy, Buddy Murphy - AEW 8.326 -0.006 -5 [188] 7.792 [-0.022]
194. 'Taiga Style' Lee Moriarty - AEW 8.309 +0.224 +64 [258] 7.405 [+0.260]
195. Drew Gulak, Soldier Ant - WWE 8.303 -0.016 -4 [191] 7.585 [-]
196. Takuya Nomura - BJW, Freelancer 8.302 +0.003 -3 [193] -.--- 18/20
197. Travis Banks - Freelancer 8.298 -0.007 -5 [192] 7.074 [-0.001]
198. Rob Van Dam, RVD - Freelancer 8.297 +0.004 -2 [196] 7.591 [+0.003]
199. CIMA - GLEAT 8.294 +0.001 -2 [197] 7.479 [-0.002]
200. Shinjiro Otani 8.289 -0.009 -6 [194] 7.494 [-0.004]
201. William Regal, Lord Steven Regal 8.287 - -3 [198] 7.192 [+0.002]
202. Saya Kamitani - STARDOM 8.276 -0.008 -3 [199] 7.252 [-0.003]
203. Emi Sakura - Gatoh Move/ChocoPro, AEW 8.274 +0.225 +68 [271] -.--- 13/20
204. Sarray, Sareee - WWE 8.266 +0.019 - [204] -.--- 14/20
205. Nick Bockwinkel 8.265 +0.018 - [205] -.--- 11/20
206. Yuji Hino - Freelancer, DDT 8.263. - -3 [203] 7.220 [-]
207. Tsukushi Haruka, Tsukushi 8.263 +0.053 +9 [216] -.--- 14/20
208. 'The Bad Boy' Joey Janela - Freelancer, GCW 8.260 -0.004 -6 [202] 7.738 [-]
209. Cameron Grimes, Trevor Lee - WWE 8.252 +0.017 - [209] 7.297 [+0.025]
210. Shotaro Ashino - AJPW 8.249 -0.018 -9 [201] 7.330 [-0.003]
211. Charlotte Flair - WWE 8.235 -0.001 -3 [208] 7.597 [+0.006]
212. Kyoko Inoue - Diana 8.234 +0.013 +1 [213] -.--- 10/20
213. Ryuji Ito - BJW 8.233 -0.013 -7 [206] -.--- 19/20
214. Ben-K - Dragongate 8.231 - -4 [210] -.--- 15/20
215. 'Shining Star' Arisa Hoshiki - [?] 8.228 -0.001 -4 [211] -.--- 13/20
216. Daisuke Sasaki - DDT 8.215. +0.102 +34 [250] 6.513 [NEW]
217. Suzu Suzuki - Prominence 8.215 -0.002 -3 [214] 7.291 [+0.076]
218. Biff Busick, Oney Lorcan - Freelancer 8.214 -0.025 -11 [207] 7.667 [+0.029]
219. Riki Choshu 8.212 +0.071 +20 [239] -.--- 17/20
220. Yuko Miyamoto - 666, Freelancer 8.210 -0.001 -5 [215] -.--- 18/20
221. 'Man of the Hour' Lio Rush - Freelancer 8.205 - -4 [217] 7.444 [+0.014]
222. Wheeler Yuta - AEW 8.204. +0.001 -3 [219] 7.420 [+0.025]
223. Ryusuke Taguchi - NJPW 8.204 - -5 [218] 7.253 [-0.001]
224. Mei Suruga - Gatoh Move/ChocoPro, Freelancer 8.203 +0.032 +9 [233] -.--- 14/20
225. Hideki Suzuki, Hachiman - Freelancer 8.199. +0.002 -4 [221] -.--- 13/20
226. Shigehiro Irie - Freelancer 8.199 - -6 [220] 7.321 [-0.011]
227. Mark Haskins - Freelancer 8.196 +0.008 -2 [225] 7.332 [-0.001]
228. Daisuke Harada - NOAH 8.195. -0.001 -6 [222] 7.553 [-]
229. Alex Colon - Freelancer 8.195 +0.005 -6 [223] 7.352 [+0.047]
230. Jimmy Havoc 8.193 +0.012 -1 [229] -.--- 14/20
231. Cedric Alexander - WWE 8.184 -0.001 -3 [228] 7.063 [+0.011]
232. Darby Allin - AEW 8.183. +0.006 -1 [231] 7.797 [+0.002]
233. TJP, TJ Perkins, Manik - Freelancer 8.183 -0.006 -9 [224] 7.580 [+0.056]
234. Colt 'Boom Boom' Cabana - AEW 8.172 +0.013 +2 [236] 6.287 [+0.009]
235. Susumu Mochizuki, Susumu Yokosuka, Jimmy Susumu - Dragongate 8.170 -0.007 -3 [232] -.--- 18/20
236. Chris Brookes - Freelancer, DDT 8.169 -0.001 -2 [234] 7.515 [+0.003]
237. Yoshinobu Kanemaru - Freelancer, NJPW 8.168 +0.108 +30 [267] 6.950 [+0.061]
238. Jamie Noble, James Gibson 8.166. -0.008 -8 [230] -.--- 12/20
239. Tatsumi Fujinami - Dradition, Freelancer 8.166 +0.092 +24 [263] -.--- 19/20
240. Owen Hart 8.159 -0.027 -14 [226] 6.739 [-0.017]
241. Becky Lynch, Rebecca Knox - WWE 8.158. +0.012 -3 [238] 6.928 [+0.129]
242. KAI - Freelancer, Dragongate 8.158 -0.002 -7 [235] -.--- 15/20
243. Yuki Ueno - DDT 8.153 -0.033 -16 [227] 7.375 [+0.061]
244. Shuji Kondo - Freelancer, Dragongate 8.150 -0.006 -7 [237] -.--- 12/20
245. 'Super' ACH - Freelancer 8.140. +0.007 -2 [243] 7.336 [-0.004]
246. Hiroshi Hase 8.140 +0.004 -6 [240] -.--- 18/20
247. 'Popping Sugar Rabbit' Mizuki - TJPW 8.136 +0.002 -6 [241] -.--- 16/20
248. Ultimo Dragon - Dragongate 8.129 -0.004 -6 [242] 7.255 [-0.006]
249. Jimmy Jacobs - IMPACT, Freelancer 8.126 -0.007 -5 [244] -.--- 17/20
250. Bayley - WWE 8.124 - -4 [246] 6.787 [-0.003]
251. Yuma Aoyagi - AJPW 8.120. -0.001 -4 [247] 7.140 [+0.001]
252. Jerry Lynn, Gorgon Cross 8.120 - -4 [248] 7.283 [-]
253. Tessa Blanchard - [?] 8.118 +0.049 +11 [264] -.--- 12/20
254. Naoya Nomura - Freelancer 8.116 +0.002 -5 [249] -.--- 13/20
255. T-BAR, Dominik Dijakovic, Donovan Dijak - WWE 8.114 +0.013 -3 [252] 7.054 [+0.137]
256. Matt Sydal, Evan Bourne - AEW 8.110 -0.018 -11 [245] 7.576 [+0.002]
257. Mark Andrews - WWE 8.104 +0.001 -6 [251] 6.773 [-]
258. Togi Makabe - NJPW 8.099 -0.001 -5 [253] 7.490 [-]
259. Hiroyoshi Tenzan - NJPW 8.093 +0.005 -2 [257] 7.309 [+0.014]
260. 'The Celtic Warrior' Sheamus - WWE 8.092 +0.004 -4 [256] 7.377 [+0.036]
261. Maki Ito - Freelancer, TJPW 8.090 +0.001 -6 [255] 6.787 [+0.110]
262. 'The Iceman' Dean Malenko 8.086. -0.005 -8 [254] 6.918 [-0.008]
263. First Tiger Mask, Satoru Sayama, Super Tiger 8.086 +0.032 +6 [269] -.--- 13/20
264. Bobby Gunns - Freelancer, wXw 8.084 +0.004 -3 [261] -.--- 13/20
265. Doug Williams - Freelancer 8.082 -0.001 -5 [260] 7.521 [-]
266. Paul London 8.080 -0.005 -7 [259] -.--- 14/20
267. 'The Machine Gun' Karl Anderson - IMPACT 8.076. +0.002 -5 [262] 7.344 [-0.005]
268. T-Hawk - GLEAT, Freelancer 8.076 +0.031 +6 [274] 6.944 [-0.010]
269. The Great Sasuke - Michinoku Pro, Freelancer 8.068 +0.008 -4 [265] -.--- 13/20
270. Necro Butcher - Freelancer 8.059 -0.001 -4 [266] -.--- 12/20
271. Chuck Taylor, Chuckie T, DUSTIN - AEW 8.056 -0.002 -3 [268] 6.229 [+0.017]
272. Konami - [?] 8.052 +0.006 +1 [273] 7.158 [+0.002]
273. Minoru Tanaka - GLEAT, Freelancer 8.048 +0.001 -1 [272] 6.764 [+0.003]
274. Blake Christian, Trey Baxter - Freelancer 8.045 -0.006 -4 [270] 7.266 [+0.031]
275. 'Magical Girl' Yuka Sakazaki, Mil Clown - TJPW 8.037 +0.043 +8 [283] -.--- 17/20
276. Dolph Ziggler - WWE 8.032 - -1 [275] 7.571 [-0.011]
277. AZM - STARDOM 8.029 +0.007 +1 [278] 7.387 [-0.003]
278. Tony Deppen - Freelancer 8.026 +0.076 +14 [292] 7.473 [+0.040]
279. 'Dirty Daddy' Chris Dickinson - NJPW, Freelancer 8.025. -0.001 -2 [277] 7.443 [+0.015]
280. Drake Younger, Drake Wuertz - [?] 8.025 -0.004 -4 [276] -.--- 10/20
281. Dick Togo, SATO - Freelancer, NJPW 8.020 +0.022 +1 [282] -.--- 12/20
282. [NEW] Drew Parker - Freelancer 8.002 - - [NEW] -.--- 10/20
283. Chris Ridgeway - Freelancer, NOAH 7.999 -0.014 -3 [280] -.--- 12/20
284. Super Dragon - PWG 7.997 -0.019 -5 [279] 6.158 [-]
285. '1.47cm Big Kaiju' Shoko Nakajima - TJPW 7.996 +0.043 +5 [290] 7.018 [+0.077]
286. Chris Sabin - Freelancer, IMPACT 7.995 -0.009 -5 [281] 7.418 [-0.015]
287. Nicho, Psychosis, Nicho el Millionario, Psicosis - [?] 7.993 +0.019 -1 [286] 6.443 [NEW]
288. Masahiro Chono 7.991 +0.001 -4 [284] -.--- 15/20
289. 'Macho Man' Randy Savage 7.973 +0.003 -2 [287] 7.139 [-0.014]
290. LA Park, LA Par-K, La Parka - Freelancer 7.967 +0.097 +20 [310] -.--- 14/20
291. AR Fox - [?] 7.964 -0.001 -3 [288] -.--- 16/20
292. Daniel Makabe - Freelancer 7.958 - -3 [289] -.--- 18/20
293. Titan - CMLL 7.955 -0.029 -8 [285] 6.895 [+0.139]
294. 'The Icon' Sting - AEW 7.950 -0.002 -3 [291] 6.805 [+0.012]
295. Moose - IMPACT 7.947 +0.079 +16 [311] 6.791 [+0.124]
296. YOSHI-HASHI - NJPW 7.944 -0.005 -3 [293] 7.489 [-0.001]
297. Rina Yamashita - Freelancer, NOMADS 7.939 +0.035 +6 [303] -.--- 18/20
298. 'The Animal' Batista 7.938 -0.006 -4 [294] 6.522 [+0.005]
299. 'Hot Sauce' Tracy Williams - Freelancer 7.935 - -4 [295] -.--- 18/20
300. Shun Skywalker - Dragongate 7.933 +0.028 +2 [302] -.--- 19/20
301. Starlight Kid - STARDOM 7.929 +0.011 -2 [299] 7.255 [-]
302. Bob Backlund 7.928 +0.011 -2 [300] -.--- 14/20
303. Kaz Hayashi - GLEAT, Freelancer 7.922 - -6 [297] -.--- 16/20
304. Curt Hennig, Mr. Perfect 7.920. -0.012 -8 [296] 6.225 [+0.006]
305. Mike Awesome, The Gladiator 7.920 +0.004 -4 [301] -.--- 14/20
306. Velveteen Dream 7.919 -0.002 -8 [298] -.--- 18/20
307. 'Filthy' Tom Lawlor - Freelancer, NJPW 7.916 +0.024 -2 [305] 7.260 [+0.068]
308. Brodie Lee, Mr. Brodie Lee, Luke Harper 7.896 -0.001 -4 [304] -.--- 16/20
309. Maya Yukihi - Freelancer, NOMADS 7.889 +0.005 -3 [306] -.--- 12/20
310. Mascara Dorada, Gran Metalik - Freelancer 7.880 -0.003 -3 [307] -.--- 16/20
311. Masa Kitamiya - NOAH 7.879 +0.015 +2 [313] -.--- 14/20
312. The Miz - WWE 7.876 -0.001 -4 [308] 6.608 [+0.028]
313. Absolute Andy - wXw 7.870 -0.001 -4 [309] -.--- 10/20
314. Robert Roode, Bobby Roode - WWE 7.864 +0.002 - [314] 7.086 [-]
315. Risa Sera - Prominence 7.855. -0.010 -3 [312] -.--- 14/20
316. Mercedes Martinez - AEW 7.855 +0.057 +11 [327] 6.119 [+0.142]
317. Orange Cassidy, Fire Ant - AEW 7.838. +0.236 +60 [377] 6.574 [+0.102]
318. Natsupoi, Natsumi Maki - STARDOM 7.838 +0.113 +30 [348] 6.972 [+0.188]
319. Amazing Red - House of Glory, Freelancer 7.834 -0.001 -4 [315] -.--- 13/20
320. Fuminori Abe - BASARA, Freelancer 7.831 +0.005 -1 [319] -.--- 15/20
321. Hazuki, HZK - STARDOM 7.830. +0.001 -5 [316] -.--- 17/20
322. MAO - DDT 7.830 +0.001 -5 [317] 6.628 [+0.080]
323. Rickey Shane Page, RSP - Freelancer 7.829 +0.016 - [323] -.--- 15/20
324. Yoshinari Ogawa - NOAH 7.827 +0.001 -6 [318] -.--- 15/20
325. 'The King of Old School' Steve Corino 7.823 +0.005 -5 [320] -.--- 11/20
326. Rocky Romero - NJPW 7.814 +0.002 -2 [324] 7.087 [-0.017]
327. Mustafa Ali - WWE 7.805. -0.008 -5 [322] 6.402 [+0.035]
328. Rich Swann - IMPACT 7.805 -0.010 -7 [321] 6.715 [-0.001]
329. MJF, Maxwell Jacob Friedman - AEW 7.802 +0.001 -4 [325] 5.879 [-0.007]
330. Sammy Guevara - AEW 7.799 +0.009 -1 [329] 7.044 [+0.002]
331. Bobby Lashley - WWE 7.797 -0.002 -5 [326] 6.701 [+0.021]
332. Dragon Kid - Dragongate 7.796 - -4 [328] 6.696 [NEW]
333. Dynamite Kid 7.783 +0.001 -3 [330] -.--- 13/20
334. Toni Storm - AEW 7.776.. +0.046 +9 [343] 6.804 [+0.152]
335. Jerry 'The King' Lawler - WWE 7.776. -0.003 -4 [331] -.--- 18/20
336. Eita - Dragongate 7.776 +0.130 +31 [367] -.--- 17/20
337. Daichi Hashimoto - BJW, Freelancer 7.772 - -5 [332] -.--- 15/20
338. Harry Smith, Davey Boy Smith Jr., David Hart Smith - Freelancer 7.768 - -4 [334] 6.412 [-]
339. DOUKI - Freelancer, NJPW 7.765. -0.002 -4 [335] 6.872 [-0.016]
340. Yukio Sakaguchi - DDT 7.765 +0.068 +13 [353] -.--- 15/20
341. Sara Del Rey, Sara Amato 7.763 -0.008 -8 [333] -.--- 10/20
342. JD Drake, James Drake - Freelancer 7.761 +0.064 +13 [355] -.--- 19/20
343. 'Supernova 11' Noam Dar - WWE 7.758 +0.003 -6 [337] 7.021 [-]
344. Fit Finlay, Finlay, The Belfast Bruiser 7.756 -0.004 -8 [336] -.--- 18/20
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2022.06.02 15:53 Odd_As_Ice Tbate power levels

Here’s what I believe to be a somewhat accurate power level list of most of the relevant characters in tbate (Possibly bias and a little skewed)
Honest and critical feedback is appreciated Let me know about any characters I’ve missed Thx
Characters: Power Levels:
Arthur Leywin – Power 10 - Child - No Mana Core
Regis 50 - Wisp Form
Pinky 100 - Slave trader
Deuce 110 - Slave trader
Broznean Boor 120 - Xyrus Academy student
Jamiel Tridant 130 - Xyrus Academy student
George Power 140 - Slave trader
Nicolas Dreyl Power 150 - Xyrus Academy student
Blaine Glayder power 155 - King of Sapin
Saitama Power 160 - D class adventurer
Danton Power 165 - Slave trader
Charles Ravenpor ll 170 - Xyrus Academy student
Arthur Leywin 200 - Pre Elenoir-Training
Lilia Helstea 220 - Student council
Arthur Leywin 300 - Core destroyed
Feyrith Ivsaar ll 400 - Disciplinary Committee
Doradrea Oreguard 410 - Disciplinary Committee
Diane Whitehall 420 - C class Adventurer
Arthur leywin power 430 - Post Elenoir Training
Kathyln Glayder 440 - Disciplinary Committee
Clive Graves 450 - Student council
Turman 460 - B class adventurer
Kai Crestless 480 - Disciplinary Committee
King Grey power 500 - Arthur Leywin Past life
Elijah Knight 510 - Xyrus Academy student
Professor Geist 520 - Xyrus Academy professor
Oliver Hemmbet 530 - A class adventurer
Curtis Glayder 540 - Disciplinary Committee
Sebastian 550 - Royal Guard
Tessia Eralith 560 - Student Council
Eleanor Leywin 565 - Beast Tamer
Adam Krensh 580 - Twin Horns Party
Alice Leywin 590 - Twin Horns Party
Samantha Tempest 600 - A class adventurer
Angela Rose 610 - Twin Horns Party
Theodore Maxwell 620 - Disciplinary Committee
Lucas Wykes 630 - Xyrus Academy student
Claire Bladeheart 640 - Disciplinary Committee
Arthur Leywin 650 - Xyrus Academy Student - Supressed Elements
Kriol Masser 660 - A class adventurer
Reginald Bastion 680 - A class adventurer
Durden Walker 690 - Twin Horns Party
Arthur Leywin 700 - Static Void - Hax uncertain level - Helstea Auction House
Helen Shard 710 - Twin Horns Party
Reynolds Leywin 730 - Twin Horns Party
Bandit Leader 735
Professor Glory 780 - Xyrus Academy Professor - Dual elements
Madam Astera 800 - Head cook - Reformed Dicathen Counsel
Kathyln Glayder 820 - Lance mentorship
Brald Landon 840 - AA class adventurer
Kaspian Bladeheart 860 - AA class adventurer
Jasmine Flamesworth 870 - AA class adventurer
Arthur Leywin 900 - Note - Adventurer
Buhndemog Lonuid 930 - Elder
Hester Flamesworth 950 - Elder
Camus Selaridon 960 - Elder
Lucas Wykes 980 - Alacryan runes
Arthur Leywin 990 - Disciplinary Committee - All Elements
Virion Eralith 1100 - Beast Tamer - Commander
Cynthia Goodsky 1200 - Director of Xyrus Academy
Tessia Eralith 1210 - Beast Will Fully Integrated
Sylvie 1230 - Draconic Form - School Arc
Elijah Knight 1250 - Unbound
Arthur Leywin 1300 - Post Epheotus training
Regis 1340 - Wolf form
Caera Denoir 1350 - Highblood
Alaric 1400 (Unofficial) - Ex-Ascender
Arthur Leywin 1450 - Aether core - First layer
Elderwood Guardian 1500 - S class mana beast
Arthur Leywin 1550 - Note - Realmheart
Arthur Leywin 1600 - Aether core First Layer - godstep
Bilal 1750 - Retainer
Tessia Eralith 1800 - Beast Will - War arc
Arthur Leywin 1900 - Vs Lucas - Realmheart
Jagrette 2000 - Retainer
Alea Triscan 2050 - Lance
Cylrit 2150 - Retainer
Olfred Warend 2200 - Lance
Mica Earthborn 2300 - Lance
Aya Grephin 2400 - Lance
Barion Wykes 2500 - Lance
Arthur Leywin 2600 - Silver core - Lance
Varay Aurae 2700 - Lance
Nico Sever 2800 - Scythe
Arthur Leywin 1850 - First layer - Destruction Rune
Uto 2900 - Retainer
Arthur Leywin 3000 - White core - Lance
Cadell 3100 - Scythe - Holding Back
Arthur Leywin 3800 - Realmheart 3rd Stage
Dragoth 4000 - Scythe
Viessa 4100 - Scythe
Melzri 4200 - Scythe
Arthur Leywin 4300 - Aether core - Second layer
Regis 4400 - Destruction Rune
Seris 4500 - Scythe
Cadell 4800 - Scythe
Cecilia 5000 (Mana foes only) - The Legacy
Arthur Leywin 5500 - Professor Grey - Victoriad - Aether sword, Runes, hax, etc
Taci 5700 - Asura - World Eater Inheritor
Arthur Leywin 6000 - Aether Realm
Windsom 10,000 - Asura
Kordi 12,000 - Asura
Aldir 15,000 - Asura
Sylvia Indrath 20,000 - Asura
Mordain Asclepius 30,000 - Asura
Agrona Vritra 40,000 - Asura
Kezess Indrath 60,000 - Asura
Arthur Leywin 100,000 - Base - Better Swordsman
Regis 500,000 - Magestic AF
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2022.03.04 21:04 WestTexasexplorer trip report Feb 2022

The place we stayed has 5 acres of volcanic rock for a yard. The house is fine, nice, clean, well stocked, but it is the property that makes this place unique. Late afternoon when the sun starts to set the whole property glows. The sun sets are spectacular. You can sit and watch it or walk out into it and be part of the sunset. At the end of every day we enjoyed the sunset. First Day I enjoy driving the Old Ore Road and hoped Dave and Vivian would as well. We were up and out early, on the road by seven. The Dinosaur exhibit was on the way so we pulled in and checked it out. It's a new exhibit and quite well done and worthy of a stop. From the northern end of the OOR you get a great view of the entire eastern side of the Chisos. We rolled along nice and slow and just took it all in. We stopped for pictures often, at ruins, tinajas and to do a couple of hikes. The first hike was at Alto Relex up into an eroded out limestone bowl. You follow a rocky wash up and make your way over an eight foot boulder. Let's just say Vivian needed a helping hand at this point! It's tough going through there, but the views and the location make it worth it. You basically hike up into a massive dry waterfall. locally referred to as a pouroff.The next hike was Ernst Tinaja. Easily one of the most bizzare places I've ever been, a narrow canyon with multi-colored layers of rock that are lifted and bent in extreme angles. Tinaja is a Spanish word meaning earthen jug, in this case it means a hole in the ground that holds water. There are tinajas throughout the park and they are an important source of water for wildlife. Usually just the upper tinaja holds water, but today all the smaller tinajas also held water. We were surprised how high the float debris was in the canyon, there had been a lot of water through there recently.On the long ride back to the house we stopped at a pictograph of ' No Historical Significance' . The story I heard is that in 1959 , it's dated, a Mexican national was making for the mailman and etched an excellent horse into the back of a large rock. New or old it's cool and I like it! Back at the house we enjoyed another spectacular sunset, a good meal and prepped for the next days adventure.To be continued
Driving up Christmas Mountain should be on every four wheeling Texans bucket list. It's been on mine for years! This section of the Christmas Mountains is owned by Texas State University.TSU allows Terlingua Ranch to control access to the one way rocky, rough, narrow, shelf road. Boy was I excited! We were at Terlingua Ranch a few minutes before eight where we would sign in and get the key for the gate. Driving this road is the most fun you can have in a truck at five MPH! Tight turns, mountain on one side and nothing on the other and deep ruts on the inside meant I had to watch the road carefully, There was nothing technical or off camber, just slow. Dave and Vivian got to enjoy the views, while I enjoyed the drive! The view from the top is incredible! Miles of mountains, layer after layer off in the distance and up close small and large mountains comprise the view. While the view was great the weather was harsh, 33 degrees with a 15/20 wind is cold. We climbed around up there for a while, had fun and headed back down a little early.The way down was equally slow, steady and beautiful.
On our way to Closed Canyon we stopped at the Big Hill on 170 to soak in a killer view of Rio Grande cutting through the volcanic mountains. This location was used in the movie Fandango and is a local landmark.
Closed Canyon is a narrow slot canyon in BBRSP with lots of little drops, twists and turns, plus it's right off the road. The late afternoon light would hit various parts of the canyon walls at different angles. We all had stiff necks from looking up at the canyon walls, it was beautiful. We reached the end of the trail too soon, It's not the end of the canyon, but people have gotten cliffed out beyond that point. The walk back out of the canyon was very enjoyable and we took our time.
Back at the house another great sunset,good meal and prep for the next day. very Big Bend picture book, calendar, brochure, or tourism video has a photo of Santa Elana Canyon at sunrise, and I had never seen it. Dave really saved the day here. I thought we could leave at 645. Dave timed it all out and realized we needed to leave by 620.So we were up and out by 620, Maverick road is an hour of washboard. It was a long hour and the only piece of dirt road I drove and did not enjoy, but it got us there. The timing was perfect! No one else was there. We were there just before the first light hit the canyon mouth. Having enjoyed the sunrise, it was time to cross the river and pick up the trail into the canyon. We straddled the small rocks that are spaced across the river, all hoping not to fall in.
The hike into Santa Elana Canyon is a Big Bend must do. It's right on the border, rocks were thrown into Mexico, the walls of the canyon are impressive and there is a maze of vegetation to be checked out. This is a great hike with kids, it's cool, fun and easy. The trail on the way in and out was all ours, surprising since this is one the most popular places in the park.
We picked up the Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive, a twisting, turning paved road that runs down the western side of the Chisos. There are numerous trailheads off the road that lead to some of the best spots in the park. First stop, Cerro Castellon, a place that looks like it should be on Mars. Differential erosion is hard at work here , you have to see.
The next stop is just up the road, Tuff Canyon. Tuff is volcanic ash that has settled and formed into easily eroded soft rock. Every college geology student in Texas goes to BBNP and they all go through Tuff Canyon. You walk through the canyon and get a whole new understanding of what is propelled from a volcano. Ash, rocks, pebbles and sometimes boulders are suspended in the canyon walls. We literally climbed up and out of the canyon, through some black igneous rock and back to the truck.
Next, a brief stop at Mules Ears Overlook, Mules Ears is a pair of peaks that resembles a mules ears. The ears can be seen throughout large parts of the park and were and still are used for navigating the area.
The hike into Lower Burro Mesa Pour Off follows a dry wash to dry waterfall.
The pouroff is a great place to do some trick photography. I once made Teri say, Why did you let him climb so high?, in a very accusatory tone of voice after seeing a photo of Jimmy there. He was maybe a foot off the ground. Dave and Vivain let their inner child play. The multi-colored layers of volcanic rock that form Burro Mesa were on full display in the morning light on the way back.
A quick stop at Homer Wilson Ranch Overlook, from the overlook you can see one of the few remaining ranch line houses. Homer Wilson had to have been one tough guy to survive and raise a family out there. More than you may want to know about Homer Wilson, http://freddarge.com/Chapters/6%20The%20Homer%20Wilson%20Ranch.pdf
Sam Nail Ranch was our last stop on the RMSD. At Sam Nail there are the remains of an adobe, a couple of windmills, non native pecans, a fig tree, some peach trees, and at the right time of year you find asparagus. All the edibles planted by the Nail family. One of the windmills still works, the water attracts birds making this spot one of the best birding places in the park. The short trail goes through an eerie eight foot high forest of dwarf walnut unique to the park before heading back to the trailhead.
Vivian and I agreed that Dave could not come all the way from NJ, spend three days in BBNP and not go up into the Chisos! I love the road up into The Basin. You go from the harsh desert through the sotol/grasslands up into the wooded mountains. There are pines, junipers, madrones, oaks and in certain special places there are Quaking Aspen and Big Tooth Maples.
The Window view trail is a short paved trail right in The Basin easily accessed, even by three tired gray hairs, so we did that. The Chisos is so strikingly different then anything we had seen in the previous days that it left us in awe. We looked out The Window, relaxed and in our way made the most of our time.
Back at the house we had another spectacular sunset that we basqued in, a great ending to a great trip to Big Bend. Many thanks to my traveling companions for all your help and support!
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2022.02.06 01:14 dankmemes839 List of all the songs on my 49 hour and 5 minute playlist. Oh boy...

I have made this playlist since September 27th, 2019 and decided to write all of the songs on a Doc to get my mind off some shit. I hope you enjoy the list?
Despite a few of the mistakes I made while creating this, I hope you find this neat. I think it’s interesting to see how my music taste has changed over the past 2 or so years.

  1. Hey Jude- The Beatles
  2. The Anthem- Good Charlotte
  3. Sugar, We’re Goin Down- Fall Out Boy
  4. Ocean Avenue- Yellowcard
  5. All The Small Things- blink-182
  6. The Middle- Jimmy Eat World
  7. 1985- Bowling For Soup
  8. You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid- The Offspring
  9. American Idiot- Green Day
  10. My Own Worst Enemy- Lit
  11. High School Never Ends- Bowling For Soup
  12. Gives You Hell- The All-American Rejects
  13. Basket Case- Green Day
  14. Flavor Of The Weak- American Hi-Fi
  15. Semi-Charmed Life- Third Eye Blind
  16. Beverly Hills- Weezer
  17. Stacy’s Mom- Fountains Of Wayne
  18. Absolutely (Story of a Girl)- Nine Days
  19. Say It Ain’t So- Weezer
  20. All Star- Smash Mouth
  21. Inside Out- Eve 6
  22. Closing Time- Semisonic
  23. Learn to Fly- Foo Fighters
  24. No Rain- Blind Melon
  25. Lump- The President Of The United States Of America
  26. Everlong- Foo Fighters
  27. Loser- Beck
  28. Creep- Radiohead
  29. Self Esteem- The Offspring
  30. Under the Bridge- Red HOt Chili Peppers
  31. The Distance- Cake
  32. Cumbersome- Seven Mary Three
  33. When I Come Around- Green Day
  34. Flagpole Sitta- Harvey Danger
  35. Song 2- Blur
  36. Mr. Jones- Counting Crows
  37. Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous- Good Charlotte
  38. Dance, Dance- Fall Out Boy
  39. This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race- Fall Out Boy
  40. I Miss you- blink-182
  41. Sk8er Boi- Avril Lavigne
  42. SING- My Chemical Romance
  43. Highway to Hell- AC/DC
  44. Come Together- The Beatles
  45. Choke- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  46. Island IN THE SUN- Weezer
  47. Sweet Child O’ Mine- Guns N’ Roses
  48. Tiny Dancer- Elton John
  49. I Want To Hold Your Hand- The Beatles
  50. This Is Gospel- Panic! At The Disco
  51. Why Don’t You Get A Job- The Offspring
  52. Fireflies- Owl City
  53. Slide- The Goo Goo Dolls
  54. Scar Tissue- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  55. Jumper- Third Eye Blind
  56. Viva La Vida- Coldplay
  57. Are You Gonna Be My Girl- Jet
  58. Run-Around- Blues Traveler
  59. Smells Like Teen Spirit- Nirvana
  60. Alive- Pearl Jam
  61. Buddy Holly- Weezer
  62. Champagne Supernova- Oasis
  63. Planetary (GO!)- My Chemical Romance
  64. Teenage Dirtbag- Wheatus
  65. Migraine- Twenty One Pilots
  66. What’s My Age Again- blink-182
  67. What’s Up?- 4 Non Blondes
  68. Wonderwall- Oasis
  69. In Bloom- Nirvana
  70. Bullet With Butterfly Wings- The Smashing Pumpkins
  71. Californiacation- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  72. Iris- The Goo Good Dolls
  73. Mr. Brightside- The Killers
  74. Somebody Told Me- The Killers
  75. DARE- Gorillaz
  76. Clint Eastwood- Gorillaz
  77. Friday I’m in Love- The Cure
  78. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)- Green Day
  79. 8675309 Jenny Jenny- Tommy Tutone
  80. Seven Nation Army- The White Stripes
  81. Brain Stew- Green Day
  82. Two Princes- Spin Doctors
  83. Santeria- Sublime
  84. Lovefool- The Cardigans
  85. Revolution- The Beatles
  86. Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)- My Chemical Romance
  87. On Melancholy Hill- Gorillaz
  88. What I Got- Sublime
  89. Wrong Way- Sublime
  90. Don’t Stop Me Now- Queen
  91. I’m A Believer- Smash Mouth
  92. Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!- Vengaboys
  93. Pork And Beans- Weezer
  94. Surf Wax America- Weezer
  95. El Scorcho- Weezer
  96. Hooked on a Feeling- Blue Swede, Björn Kifs
  97. I Saw Her Standing There- The Beatles
  98. Boys Will Be Bugs- Cavetown
  99. What Is Love- Haddaway
  100. Alien Boy- Oliver Tree
  101. Call Me- Blondie
  102. Longview- Green Day
  103. Father of All...- Green Day
  104. Still Breathing- Green Day
  105. She- Green Day
  106. Welcome to Paradise- Green Day
  107. Stray Heart- Green Day
  108. Know Your Enemy- Green Day
  109. 21st Century Breakdown- Green Day
  110. Revolution Radio- Green Day
  111. Bang Bang- Green Day
  112. Holiday- Green Day
  113. I Want To Break Free- Queen
  114. Video Killed The Radio Star- The Buggles
  115. What I Like About You- The Romantics
  116. We Are The Champions- Queen
  117. Another One Bites The Dust- Queen
  118. Killer Queen- Queen
  119. Love Shack- The B-52’s
  120. Walkin’ On The Sun- Smash Mouth
  121. Beauty School Dropout- Frankie Avalon
  122. It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)- R.E.M.
  123. Take On Me- Weezer
  124. Oh, Pretty Woman- Roy Orbison
  125. I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)- The Proclaimers
  126. Social Climb- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  127. Do It All The Time- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  128. Help!- The Beatles
  129. Feel Good Inc.- Gorillaz
  130. My Name Is Jonas- Weezer
  131. 21 Guns- Green Day
  132. Homecoming- Green Day
  133. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)- Weezer
  134. Yesterday- The Beatles
  135. She’s Out Of Her Mind- blink-182
  136. Dirty Little Secret- The All-American Rejects
  137. Rapture- Blondie
  138. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer- The Beatles
  139. Here Comes The Sun- The Beatles
  140. Undone - The Sweater Song- Weezer
  141. Jesus of Suburbia- Green Day
  142. Carry on Wayward Son- Kansas
  143. Spooky, Scary Skeletons
  144. Holding Your Hand- Young Bea, Atlas
  145. Divine Thing- The Soup Dragons
  146. Big Shot- Billy Joel
  147. Death of a Bachelor- Panic! At The Disco
  148. Live And Let Die- Wings
  149. Cancer- Twenty One Pilots
  150. Fire, Ready, Aim- Green Day
  151. Werewolves of London- Warren Zevon
  152. Hurricane- Panic! At The Disco
  153. I Have Friends in Holy Spaces- Panic! At The Disco
  154. First Date- blink-18
  155. Modern Day Cain- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  156. Everybody Talks- Neon Trees
  157. Lemon Boy- Cavetown
  158. Fat Bottom Girl- Queen
  159. Witchcraft- Frank Sinatra
  160. Read My Mind- The Killers
  161. The Rock Show- blink-182
  162. By the Way- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  163. When You Were Young- The Killers
  164. Snow (Hey Oh)- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  165. Want You Bad- The Offspring
  166. Smooth Criminal- Alien Ant Farm
  167. Come Fly With Me- Frank Sinatra
  168. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning- Frank Sinatra
  169. It was A Very Good Year- Frank Sinatra
  170. Lithium- Nirvana
  171. My Way- Frank Sinatra
  172. Fat Lip- Sum 41
  173. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy- The Andrew Sisters
  174. You Shook Me All Night Long- AC/DC
  175. Barbara Ann- The Beach Boys
  176. Surfin’ U.S.A.- The Beach Boys
  177. Tainted Love- Soft Cell
  178. Cherry Pie- Warrant
  179. I Do Adore- Mindy Gledhill
  180. Hash Pipe- Weezer
  181. You Get What You Give- New Radicals
  182. Take Me To Church- Hozier
  183. One Way Or Another- Blondie
  184. That’s Life- Frank Sinatra
  185. Shallow- Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper
  186. Home Sweet Home- Mötley Crüe
  187. Animal- Neon Trees
  188. Crocodile Rock- Elton John
  189. We Didn’t Start The Fire- Billy Joel
  190. Roxanne- The Police
  191. White Wedding - Pt. 1- Billy Idol
  192. More Than a Feeling- Boston
  193. You Really Got Me- The Kinks
  194. Hungry Like the Wolf- Duran Duran
  195. Bat Out of Hell- Meat Loaf
  196. Happy Together- Weezer
  197. Santa Clause Is Coming To Town- Frank Sinatra
  198. Just Dance- Lady Gaga, Colby O’Donis
  199. Ocean Man- Ween
  200. Ophelia- The Lumineers
  201. We Are Young (Feat. Janelle Monáe
  202. Chasing Cars- Snow Patrol
  203. Staying Alive- Bee Gees
  204. Story of My Life- Social Distortion
  205. Good Vibration- The Beach Boys
  206. Never There- Cake
  207. Paradise City- Guns N’ Roses
  208. Lean On Me- Bill Withers
  209. Misery- blink-183
  210. Tequila- The Champs
  211. Yeet Skeet Repeat- Swetti Boy
  212. I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For- U2
  213. Good- Better Than Ezra
  214. Never Let You Go- Third Eye Blind
  215. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go- Wham!
  216. Bitter Sweet Symphony- The Verve
  217. Come On Eileen- Save Ferris
  218. Back In The U.S.S.R.- The Beatles
  219. All Day and All of the Night- The Kinks
  220. Sweet Caroline- Neil Diamond
  221. Dancing Queen- ABBA
  222. Don’t You (Forget About Me)- Simple Minds
  223. Manic Mondays- The Bangles
  224. American Boy- Estelle, Kanye West
  225. Ring of Fire- Johnny Cash
  226. Funky Town- Lipps Inc.
  227. Jessie’s Girl- Rick Springfield
  228. It’s Raining Men- The Weather Girls
  229. Fly- Sugar Ray
  230. I’ll Be There For You- The Rambrandts
  231. Hard To Handle- The Black Crowes
  232. Wouldn’t It Be Nice- The Beach Boys
  233. Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen
  234. Tranz- Gorillaz
  235. Man in the Box- Alice in Chains
  236. Girls, Girls, Girls- Mötley Crüe
  237. All Summer Long- Kid Rock
  238. Back in Black- AC/DC
  239. Any Way You Want It- Journey
  240. Kickstart My Heart- Mötley Crüe
  241. Shot Through The Heart- Bon Jovi
  242. Burnin’ for You- Blue Öyster Cult
  243. Dr. Feelgood- Mötley Crüe
  244. Copperhead Road- Steve Earle
  245. I Think We’re Alone Now- Tiffany
  246. Always Something There to Remind Me- Naked Eyes
  247. Livin’ On A Prayer- Bon Jovi
  248. Wanted Dead Or Alive- Bon Jovi
  249. You Give Love A Bad Name- Bon Jovi
  250. Should I Stay Or Should I Go- The Clash
  251. Small Town- John Mellencamp
  252. Cum on Feel the Noize- Quiet Riot
  253. Juke Box Hero- Foreigner
  254. Why Can’t This Be Love- Van Halen
  255. Human- The Killers
  256. Ants Marching - Live- Dave Matthews Band
  257. Bad Habit- The Offspring
  258. My Generation- The Who
  259. Free Fallin’- Tom Petty
  260. We like to Party! (The Vengabus)- Vengaboys
  261. I Wanna Be Sedated- Ramones
  262. Punk Rock 101- Bowling For Soup
  263. Build Me Up Buttercup- The Foundations
  264. Murder City- Green Day
  265. The Grouch- Green Day
  266. King for a Day- Green Day
  267. Oogie Boogie’s Song- Ed Ivory, Ken Page
  268. Come Out And Play(Keep Em’ Separated)- The Offspring
  269. Too Much, Too Much, Too Fast- Airbourne
  270. September- Earth, Wind & Fire
  271. Beachboy- McCafferty
  272. Pretty Fly(For A White Guy)- The Offspring
  273. We’re Not Gonna Take It- Twisted Sister
  274. 99 Luftballon- Nena
  275. I’ll Be Missing You- Diddy, 112, Faith Evans
  276. Wasting Time- Kid Rock
  277. Laid- James
  278. The Gambler- Kenny Rogers
  279. Angel- Shaggy, Rayvon
  280. Punk Rock Girl- The Dead Milkmen
  281. Glycerine- Bush
  282. Girls- Beastie Boys
  283. Fire Water Burn- Bloodhound Gang
  284. Bleed American- Jimmy Eat World
  285. Short Skirt/ Long Jacket- Cake
  286. This Is American- Childish Gambino
  287. Stand Up For Rock ‘N’ Roll- Airbourne
  288. Miserlou- Dick Dale
  289. Boulevard of Broken Dreams- Green Day
  290. Come As You Are- Nirvana
  291. Heart-Shaped Box- Nirvana
  292. All Apologies- Nirvana
  293. Hollaback Girl- Gwen Stefani
  294. Pump It- Black Eyed Peas
  295. About a Girl- The Academy is…
  296. Starry Eyed Surprise- Shifty
  297. Sympathy For The Devil- The Rolling Stones
  298. Lit Up- Buckcherry
  299. Hello- Adele
  300. It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me- Billy Joel
  301. Don’t Leave Me- blink-182
  302. Smoke on the Water- Deep Purple
  303. Smoke Two Joints- Sublime
  304. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)- Frank Sinatra, Count Basie
  305. Smokin’ In The Boys Room- Mötley Crüe
  306. Fight For Your Right- Beastie Boys
  307. The Longest Time- Billy Joel
  308. Hells Bells- AC/DC
  309. Jump- Van Halen
  310. Baby Hotline- Jack Stauber’s Micropop
  311. Panama- Van Halen
  312. Heaven Is A Place On Earth- Belinda Carlise
  313. You Don’t Own Me- Lesley Gore
  314. It’s My Party- Lesley Gore
  315. The Bad Touch- Bloodhound Gang
  316. All These Things That I’ve Done- The Killers
  317. We Will Rock You- Queen
  318. Pumped Up Kicks- Foster The People
  319. Stab You In The Heart- Green Day
  320. Bulletproof- La Roux
  321. Without Me- Eminem
  322. My Band- D12
  323. Minecraft-C418
  324. Pepper- Butthole Surfers
  325. The Tide Is High- Blondie
  326. Minecraft- C418
  327. Opposites Attract- Paula Abdul
  328. Cowboy- Kid Rock
  329. Black Betty- Ram Jam
  330. Dance Hall Days- Wang Chung
  331. Run to the Hills- Iron Maiden
  332. Aliens Exist- blink-182
  333. Enter Sandman- Metallica
  334. Are You Gonna Go My Way- Lenny Kravitz
  335. Drive- Incubus
  336. Interstate Love Song- Stone Temple Pilots
  337. Runaway Train- Soul Asylum
  338. Shine- Collective Soul
  339. You Oughta Know- Alanis Morissette
  340. One- U2
  341. Bullet With Butterfly Wings- The Smashing Pumpkins
  342. Don’t Speak- No Doubt
  343. Give It Away- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  344. Just A Girl- No Doubt
  345. Killing In The Name- Rage Against The Machine
  346. Plush- Stone Temple Pilots
  347. Don’t Look Back In Anger- Oasis
  348. Black Hole Sun- Soundgarden
  349. Far Behind- Candle Box
  350. Santa Monica- Everclear
  351. Blister In The Sun- Violent Femmes
  352. Dani California- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  353. Blitzkrieg Bop- Ramones
  354. Devil’s Kind- The Longshot
  355. Dammit- blink-182
  356. Father Of Mine- Everclear
  357. You Really Got Me- Van Halen
  358. Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked- Cage The Elephant
  359. Even Flow- pearl Jam
  360. Paralyzer- Finger Eleven
  361. The Boys of Summer- The Ataris
  362. Subwoofer Lullaby- C418
  363. Sweden- C418
  364. Wet Hands- C418
  365. Uptown Girl- Billy Joel
  366. Mr. Sandman- The Chordettes, The Archie Bleyer Orchestra
  367. Here Comes The Sun- The Beatles
  368. Swing, Swing- The All-American Rejects
  369. Little Things- Good Charlotte
  370. Fergalicious- Fergie, will.i.am
  371. Cruisin California (Bumpin’ In My Trunk)- The Offspring
  372. Gone Away- The Offspring
  373. Staring At The Sun- The Offspring
  374. Original Prankster- The Offspring, Redman
  375. Whatever It Takes- Imagine Dragons
  376. Thunder- Imagine Dragons
  377. Kashmir- Led Zeppelin
  378. Pour Some SUgar On Me- Def Leppard
  379. Sweet Home Alabama- Lynyrd Skynyrd
  380. Crazy Train- Ozzy OsbourneRebel Yell- Billy Idol
  381. Walk This Way- Aerosmith
  382. Believer- Imagine Dragons
  383. Forever Now- Green Day
  384. Put Your Head On My Shoulder- Paul Anka
  385. Sh Boom- The Crew Cuts
  386. I wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)- Whitney Houston
  387. Message In A Bottle- The Police
  388. House of Gold- Twenty One Pilots
  389. Ode To Sleep- Twenty One Pilots
  390. Missing You- All Time Low
  391. Carry On- fun.
  392. The Cave- Mumford & Sons
  393. Sad- Bo Burnham
  394. Tonight Tonight- Hot Chelle Rae
  395. Dog Days Are Over- Florence + The Machine
  396. Girlfriend- Avril Lavigne
  397. Complicated- Avril Lavigne
  398. I Love Rock N’ Roll- Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  399. Johnny B. Good- Chuck Berry
  400. Otherside- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  401. Life is a Highway- Rascal Flatts
  402. Walk This Way (Feat. Aerosmith)- Run-D.M.C., Aerosmith
  403. Cat’s in the Cradle- Harry Chapin
  404. Hey Ya!- Outkast
  405. Come with Me Now- KONGOS
  406. I’m Yours- Jason Mraz
  407. Message man- Twenty One Pilots
  408. La Bamba- Richie Valens
  409. Take Me Out- Franz Ferdinand
  410. Careless Whisper- George Micheal
  411. Radioactive- Imagine Dragons
  412. Whistle- Flo Rida
  413. Boom Boom Pow- Black Eyed Peas
  414. This Boy- The Beatles
  415. No Sleep Till Brooklyn- Beastie Boys
  416. Feel Like Makin’ Love- Bad Company
  417. Escape (The Pina Colada Song)- Rupert Holmes
  418. Life in the Fast Lane- Eagles
  419. We Built This City- Starship
  420. Never Gonna Give You Up- Rick Astley
  421. Fly Away- Lenny Kravitz
  422. Same Ol’ Situation (S.O.S.)- Mötley Crüe
  423. Nothin’ But A Good Time- Poison
  424. Southern Cross- Crosby, Stills & Nash
  425. In One Ear- Cage The Elephant
  426. Island Song- Adventure Time, Ashley Eriksson
  427. Hippychick- Soho
  428. Unchained Melody- Lykke Li
  429. Unchained Melody- The Righteous Brothers
  430. 9 to 5- Dolly Parton
  431. Best of You- Foo Fighters
  432. Chelsea Dagger- The Fratellis
  433. It’s Been Awhile- Staind
  434. We’ll Meet Again- Frank Sinatra
  435. Our Lips Are Sealed- Hilary Duff, Haylie Duff
  436. Out Of My Head- Fastball
  437. You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)- Dead or Alive
  438. My Humps- Black Eyed Peas
  439. Whistle For The Choir- The Fratellis
  440. Henrietta- The Fratellis
  441. Could Have Been Me- The Struts
  442. Sweetness- Jimmy Eat World
  443. Make You Mine- PUBLIC
  444. Saturday Night Fish Fry- Pts. 1 & 2- Louis JOrdan
  445. Level Of Concern- Twenty One Pilots
  446. Pas de Cheval- Panic! At The Disco
  447. When The Day Met The Night- Panic! At The Disco
  448. The Devil Went Down To Georgia- The Charlie Daniels Band
  449. Bad Day- Daniel Powter
  450. What’s New Pussycat?- Tom Jones
  451. Y.M.C.A.- Village People
  452. Peaches- The Presidents Of The United States Of America
  453. Peaches- The Presidents Of The United States Of America
  454. My Hero- Foo Fighters
  455. Adam’s Song- blink-182
  456. Mrs. Robinson- The Lemonheads
  457. Jack & Diane- John Mellencamp
  458. Brown Eyed Girl- Jimmy Buffett
  459. Hey Jealousy- Gin Blossoms
  460. Runnin’ Down A Dream- Tom Petty
  461. St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion)- John Parr
  462. Backseat Serenade- All Time Low
  463. Prom dress- mxmtoon
  464. Scrawny- Wallows
  465. 2004- Anthony Amorim
  466. Riptide- Vance Joy
  467. Dancin- Aaron Smith, Luvli, Krono
  468. Undercover Martyn- Two Door Cinema Club
  469. Bored To Death- blink-182
  470. Dear Maria, Count Me In- All Time Low
  471. Why Worry- Set It Off
  472. Small- chloe moriondo
  473. Mr. Clean- Yung Gravy
  474. Devil Town- Cavetown
  475. Dissolve- Absofacto
  476. Steal My Sunshine- LEN
  477. Cloud 9- Beach Bunny
  478. Iron Man- Black Sabbath
  479. Rock and Roll- Led Zeppelin
  480. Baba O’Riley- The Who
  481. All Time Low- Jon Bellion
  482. Zombie- The Cranberries
  483. Spider Man- TV Themes
  484. Never Meant to Know- Tally Hall
  485. Hey Mickey- Toni Basil
  486. Safety Dance- Men Without Hats
  487. Bad Reputation- Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  488. Hit Me With Your Best Shot- Pat Bentar
  489. Walking On Sunshine- Katrina & The Waves
  490. L-O-V-E- Nat King Cole
  491. Twin Size Mattress- The Front Bottoms
  492. Bleed Magic- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  493. Bike Ride- The Brobecks
  494. Tongue Tied- Grouplove
  495. Cough Syrup- Young the Giant
  496. Goodnight Socialite
  497. Addicted To Love- Florence + The Machine
  498. I Will Survive- Cake
  499. I Will Possess Your Heart- Death Cab for Cutie
  500. I’m Just A Kid- Simple Plan
  501. Are You Bored Yet? (feat. Clairo)- Wallows, Clairo
  502. Fun- Billy Cobb
  503. Love At First Sight- The Brobecks
  504. Be Nice To Me- The Front Bottoms
  505. Sports- Beach Bunny
  506. Like or Like Like- Miniature Tigers
  507. Best Day Of My Life- American Authors
  508. For Elise- Saint Motel
  509. Hidden In The Sand- Tally Hall
  510. Africa- TOTO
  511. Brave as a Noun- AJJ
  512. People li: The Reckoning- AJJ
  513. Walk Man- Tiny Meat Gang
  514. Magic- Yung Gravy
  515. 1 Thot 2 Thot Red Thot Blue Thot- Yung Gravy
  516. Can’t Stop- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  517. Something Just Like This- The Chainsmokers, Coldplay
  518. Do I Wanna Know?- Arctic Monkeys
  519. Don’t Stop Believin’- Journey
  520. Ashes- Stellar
  521. Say So- Doja Cat
  522. I Ran (So Far Away)- A Flock Of Seagulls
  523. Dancing with Myself- Billy Idol, Generation X
  524. Cooler Than Me- Mike Posner, Gigamesh
  525. Don’t Start Now- Dua Lipa
  526. Hot N Cold- Katy Perry
  527. Lady Marmalade- Patti LaBelle
  528. Today- The Smashing Pumpkins
  529. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da- The Beatles
  530. Suicide Benz- Josh A
  531. Let Me Down- Oliver Tree
  532. Scooby Doo- TV Themes
  533. Turn the Lights Off- Tally Hall
  534. The Bidding- Tally Hall
  535. Ruler of Everything- Tally Hall
  536. Starman- David Bowie
  537. It’s Tricky- Run-D.M.C.
  538. The Man- The Killers
  539. Your Love- The Outfield
  540. Rock You Like A Hurricane- Scorpions
  541. She Doesn’t Love Me- Billy Cobb
  542. I Gotta Feeling- Black Eyed Peas
  543. Cannibal Queen- Miniature Tigers
  544. (Ghost) Riders in the Sky- Johnny Cash
  545. Copacabana (At The Copa)- Barry Manilow
  546. Just Did a Bad Thing- Bill Wurtz
  547. Can’t Take My Eyes Off You- Frankie Valli
  548. Sunshine, Lollipops And Rainbows- Lesley Gore
  549. It’s Been a Long, Long Time- Harry James
  550. Married Life- Micheal Giacchino
  551. You Make Me Feel So Young- Frank Sinatra
  552. Girls Just Want to Have Fun- Cyndi Lauper
  553. &- Tally Hall
  554. Choke- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  555. Istanbul (Not Constantinople)- They Might Be Giants
  556. Buttercup- Jack Stauber
  557. I Don’t Want to Miss You (Like I Do)- Austin Weber
  558. Piano Man- Billy Joel
  559. I’m a Believer- The Monkees
  560. Twist And Shout- The Beatles
  561. Mr. Blue Sky- Electric Light Orchestra
  562. She’s a Handsome Woman- Panic! At The Disco
  563. Victorious- Panic! At The Disco
  564. Hey, Good Lookin’- Hank Williams, Drifting Cowboys
  565. Sex with a Ghost- Teddy Hyde
  566. Tongues- The Frights
  567. Typical Story- Hobo Johnson
  568. Brittle Bones Nicky- Rare Americans
  569. Holding on to You- Twenty One Pilots
  570. You Are My Sunshine- Johnny Cash
  571. Name- The Goo Goo Dolls
  572. Pineapple Soda- Hi, I’m Chris
  573. we fell in love in october- girl in red
  574. 1979- The Smashing Pumpkins
  575. Prom Queen- Beach Bunny
  576. Little Lion Man- Mumford & Sons
  577. Sugar, Sugar- The Archies
  578. Thunderstruck- AC/DC
  579. Paradise- Coldplay
  580. Line Without a Hook- Ricky Montgomery
  581. Mister Glassman- Scotty Sire
  582. Sad Song- Scotty Sire
  583. It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year- Andy Williams
  584. Low (feat. T-Pain)- Flo Rida, T-Pain
  585. Sex & Candy- Marcy Playground
  586. Nobody Likes The Opening Band- I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME
  587. Some NIghts- fun.
  588. Fuck You- Ceelo Green
  589. Blue (Da Ba Dee)- Eiffel 65, Gabry Ponte
  590. Southern Nights- Glen Campbell
  591. Come A Little Bit Closer- Jay & The Americans
  592. Electric Love- BØRNS
  593. Break My Stride- Matthew Wilder
  594. Like a Virgin- Madonna
  595. Only the Good Die Young- Billy Joel
  596. This December- Ricky Montgomery
  597. Imagine- John Lennon
  598. Christmas Wrapping- The Waitresses
  599. For the Damaged Coda- Blonde Redhead
  600. The Cult of Dionysus- The Orion Experience
  601. MISC.- Anthony Amorim
  602. She Doesn’t Sleep- Anthony Amorim
  603. Sad Forever- Anthony Amorim
  604. Torn- Anthony Amorim
  605. World Of The Rich And Famous- Matthew Wilder
  606. Centerfold- The J. Gelis Band
  607. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2- Pink Floyd
  608. Mamma Mia- Austin Weber
  609. Mamma Mia- ABBA
  610. Clumsy- Fergie
  611. Tetris Theme- Video Game Players
  612. Ascend- TheDooo
  613. Fortunate Son- Creedence Clearwater Revival
  614. Heart Of Glass- Blondie
  615. Summer Of ‘69- Bryan Adams
  616. Hide And Seek- Imogen Heap
  617. Play That Funky Music- Wild Cherry
  618. You Make My Dreams (Come True)- Daryl Hall & John Oats
  619. Maneater- Daryl Hall & John Oats
  620. Toxic- Britney Spears
  621. Head Over Feet- Alanis Morissette
  622. Pain- Jimmy Eat World
  623. oops! - Yung Gravy
  624. Good Time- Owl City, Carly Rae Jepsen
  625. Jump Around- House Of Pain
  626. Insane in the Brain- Cypress Hill
  627. Sabotage- Beastie Boys
  628. Good Vibrations- Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch, Loleatta Holloway
  629. Cut My Lip (Brooklyn)- Twenty One Pilots
  630. Levitate- Twenty One Pilots
  631. Dreams- The Cranberries
  632. Dancing in My Room- 347aidan
  633. Thnks fr th Mmrs- Fall Out Boys
  634. Hello! Ma Baby- The Chordettes
  635. Party Poison- My Chemical Romance
  636. Yellow Submarine- The Beatles
  637. I Wanna Rock- Twisted Sister
  638. Just Breathe- Pearl Jam
  639. Yellow Ledbetter- Pearl Jam
  640. Pinch Me- Barenaked Ladies
  641. Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo- Bloodhound Gang
  642. Ankle Socks- Hi, I’m Chris
  643. Yellow- Coldplay
  644. I Don’t Love You- My Chemical Romance
  645. Tidal Waves- bandanabloom
  646. Hunger Strike- Temple Of The Dog
  647. Molly (Sixteen Candles)- Sponge
  648. Everybody Wants To Rule The World- Tears For Fears
  649. Big Iron- Marty Robbins
  650. Tidal Waves 2- bandanabloom
  651. Fool For You- Ace of Hearts
  652. Just A Quail- Louie Zong
  653. Tinder Samurai- Samsa
  654. Mii Channel- insaneintherainmusic, Gabe Nekrutman, ChrisAllison
  655. Teenage Dirtbag- Wheatus
  656. Dear McCracken- Bug Hunter
  657. Only Wanna Be with You- Hootie & The Blowfish
  658. Kids In America- Kim Wilde
  659. The Rockafeller Skank- Fatboy Slim
  660. Who Was In My Room Last Night- Butthole Surfers
  661. You Are Going to Hate This- The Frights
  662. Sure Shot- Beastie Boys
  663. I’m Awesome- Spose
  664. Plowed- Sponge
  665. Crazy Bitch- Buckcherry
  666. Hurt- Johnny Cash
  667. Sitting on a Curb- Anthony Amorim
  668. Little Black Submarines- The Black Keys
  669. Natural- Imagine Dragons
  670. Shake Your Rump- Beastie Boys
  671. April Showers- Proleter
  672. Bulls On Parade- Rage Against The Machine
  673. Chug Jug With You (Number One Victory Royal)- LeviathanJPTV
  674. Lightning Crashes- Live
  675. Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger- Daft Punk
  676. Digital Love- Daft Punk
  677. In Too Deep- Sum 41
  678. Caffeine- Hi, I’m Chris
  679. Yakko’s World- Animaniacs
  680. Hello World- Louie Zong
  681. Goodbye Stranger- Supertramp
  682. Give A Little Bit- Supertramp
  683. Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town- Pearl Jam
  684. Life is a Highway- Tom Cochrane
  685. Wake Up- Rage Against The Machine
  686. Big Balls- AC/DC
  687. The Kids Aren’t Alright- The Offspring
  688. Date Rape- Sublime
  689. I Am the Bullgod- Kid Rock
  690. The Look- Roxette
  691. Touch of Grey- Grateful Dead
  692. O.P.P.- Naughty By Nature
  693. Rock the Casbah- The Clash
  694. Who Are You- The Who
  695. Move Along- The All-American Rejects
  696. Heartbreaker- Pat Benatar
  697. Take Me Home, Country Roads- John Denver
  698. Brass Monkey- Beastie Boys
  699. Rhymin & Stealin- Beastie Boys
  700. Adventure Time Main Title- Adventure Time, Pendleton Ward
  701. She Hates Me- Puddle Of Mudd
  702. Bawitdaba- Kid Rock
  703. Saints of Los Angeles- Motley Crue
  704. Platypus (I Hate You)- Green Day
  705. The Home Depot Beat- The Home Depot
  706. U.S. Blues- Grateful Dead
  707. Friend of the Devil- Grateful Dead
  708. Linger- The Cranberries
  709. All Over You- Live
  710. Jealous Again- The Black Crowes
  711. Franklin’s Tower- Grateful Dead
  712. Burn in Hell- Twisted Sister
  713. The Scientist- Coldplay
  714. I Alone- Live
  715. I Want You (She’s So Heavy)- The Beatles
  716. The Stroke- Billy Squier
  717. Unbelievable- EMF
  718. Hella Good- No Doubt
  719. I Don’t Wanna Be In Love (Dance Floor Anthem)- Good Charlotte
  720. Eyes of the World- Grateful Dead
  721. Big Me- Foo Fighters
  722. Ch-Check It Out- Beastie Boys
  723. The Way- Fastball
  724. Intergalactic- Beastie Boys
  725. Shadows Of The Night- Pat Benatar
  726. Life’s Been Good- Joe Walsh
  727. Don’t You Want Me- The Human League
  728. So What’Cha Want- Beastie Boys
  729. 19-2000 (Soulchild Remix)- Gorillaz
  730. Icky Thump- The White Stripes
  731. Summer Girls- LFO
  732. Born in the U.S.A.- Bruce Springsteen
  733. The Impression That I Get- The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
  734. Kiss- Prince
  735. Shakedown Street- Grateful Dead
  736. We Got The Beat- The Go-Go’s
  737. Interstate Love Song- Stone Temple Pilots
  738. Miserable- Lit
  739. Love You Madly- CAKE
  740. Going Away To College- blink-182
  741. Karma Chameleon- Culture Club
  742. Somebody’s Watching Me- Rockwell
  743. The Elements- Tom Lehrer
  744. Minority- Green Day
  745. Breed- Nirvana
  746. On A Plain- Nirvana
  747. Take On Me- A-ha
  748. Material Girl- Madonna
  749. Still Waiting- Sum 41
  750. Someone New- Hoizer
  751. BROKEN BEARINGS- atlas
  752. Stairway to Heaven- Led Zeppelin
  753. Stuck In The Middle With You- Stealers Wheel
  754. Welcome To The Jungle- Guns N’ Roses
  755. Girlfriend- Matthew Sweet
  756. Rock And Roll All Nite- KISS
  757. It’s So Easy- Guns N’ Roses
  758. Fix You- Coldplay
  759. It’s My Life- Bon Jovi
  760. Losing My Religion- R.E.M.
  761. Jeremy- Pearl Jam
  762. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)- Aerosmith
  763. Runaway- Bon Jovi
  764. American Woman- Lenny Kravitz
  765. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap- AC/DC
  766. Sweet Emotion- Aerosmith
  767. Every Rose Has Its Thorn- Poison
  768. Immigrant Song- Led Zeppelin
  769. Nightrain- Guns N’ Roses
  770. Here I Go Again- Whitesnake
  771. Heat Of The Moment- Asia
  772. All My Life- Foo Fighters
  773. Summer Nights- Van Halen
  774. Love Walks In- Van Halen
  775. Something In The Way- Nirvana
  776. Fake Plastic Trees- Radiohead
  777. Photograph- Def Leppard
  778. Danke Schoen- Wayne Newton
  779. Fell In Love With a Girl- The White Stripes
  780. We’re Going to Be Friends- The White Stripes
  781. Margaritaville- Jimmy Buffet
  782. Wish You Were Here- Incubus
  783. Ballroom Blitz- Sweet
  784. The Boys Are Back In Town- Thin Lizzy
  785. Better Man- Pearl Jam
  786. Soul to Squeeze- Red Hot Chili Peppers
  787. Fox On The Run- Sweet

If you would like to view the playlist here is the link:
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5tbHNQ580sYIXNFtAzuN5T
The songs are kind of out of order, I think? I wrote this list going off of the “recently added” order and went backwards.
I’ve certainly made a few spelling and capitalization errors while creating this, so sorry ‘bout that. I also missed a few songs on the playlist. Spotify says it has 795 tracks, but I only wrote 787 points. Sooo… I dunno. Too lazy to go through all the songs and check.
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2022.01.13 17:46 Nagaranja [FO4] [PC] Help! CTD in Far Harbor

Since I started Far Harbor and the more I ventured inland on the island, I started to experience a lot of CTDs. Even if I am in Survival and reloading is annoying, I tried to patiently and carefully endure these while continuing the game progression. However, now I found myself in a situation where I crash upon loading all my last 3 save games, 9 times over 10... Sometimes I am still capable of loading one of them, but while I attempt to create a new save, or even before, I crash. Specifically, this started to happen when I reached the National Park visitor's center.

Someone had a similar experience and could help? Following are my Plugin Load Order, and the last Buffout 4 Log:

Load Order:

*Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch.esp
*HUDFramework.esm
*ArmorKeywords.esm
*SimSettlements.esm
*Homemaker.esm
*TrueStormsFO4.esm
*WET.esl
*Knockout Framework.esm
*Snap'n Build.esm
*SunshineNoGhouls.esl
*PANPC.esm
*PACE.esm
*AAF.esm
*AAFThemes.esl
*JamaicaPlainPathing.esm
*TheDeepSea.esl
*Floorsroofswalls.esl
*Flicker Fixer.esp
*ColterFix.esp
*AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches.esp
*AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches - Ballistic Weave.esp
*AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches - Power Armor Carry Capacity.esp
*PiperCaitCurieDialogueOverhaul.esp
*Cannibal.esp
*MODaquatic.esp
*VIS-G Item Sorting.esp
*SuperMutantRedux.esp
*GlowingSeaEXPANDED.esp
*Immersive Corpses.esp
*OutcastsAndRemnants.esp
*CleanSettlement Greenhouse.esp
*FunctionalDisplays.esp
*FunctionalDisplays-Collectibles.esp
*FunctionalDisplays-MISC-Vanilla.esp
*SalemEXPANDED.esp
*CrimeTown.esp
*AGNISNikaCola01.esp
*Campsite.esp
*Craftable Armor Size - Fix Material Requirements.esp
*Craftable Armor Size.esp
*EveryonesBestFriend.esp
*Ferals After Dark.esp
*More Where That Came From Diamond City.esp
*Realistic Death Physics.esp
*Realistic Survival Damage.esp
*TakeCover.esp
*TrueStormsFO4-EarlierSunsets.esp
*WET.esp
*dD-Enhanced Blood Basic.esp
*More Armor Slots.esp
*CleanSettlement Snap'n Build.esp
*DarkerNights.esp
*DarkerNightsDetection.esp
*FunctionalDisplays-AID-Vanilla.esp
*NightOfTheCreeps.esp
*PetAnyDog.esp
*SettlementMenuManager.esp
*VaultSuit-SurvivalUpgrade.esp
*WeaponDisarm.esp
*console.esp
*AzarPonytailHairstyles.esp
*Raider Children.esp
*TrainBar.esp
*Eli_Armour_Compendium.esp
*DineNDash.esp
*SCDC_v0.5.esp
*FarHarborStory.esp
*DeadAirplane.esp
*GhoulBlood.esp
*DeadlierDeathclaws.esp
*WorldwideGhoulsv1.esp
*AA FusionCityRising.esp
*Killable Children.esp
*RecruitableSettlers.esp
*W.A.T.Minutemen.esp
*MortalSettlers.esp
*CarAddon4.esp
*Goodfellow's Diamond City Defences.esp
*scrap_dirt_sancturary.esp
*DCGuard_Overhaul.esp
*MaxwellsWorl.esp
*WorldCars4.esp
*Children of Ug Qualtoth.esp
*KellyManor.esp
*UFO_Site_Cleanup_With_Ship.esp
*Croup Manor Navmesh - retakrew7.esp
*AA 50 Ways To Die.esp
*RecruitableSettlersFH.esp
*Locksmith.esp
*Kellyhousehold.esp
*RansackedRelay.esp
*atlanticofficesf23.esp
*ProjectValkyrie.esp
*SettlementAttacksBeyond.esp
*TEEParty.esp
*nvvault1080.esp
*WastelandAviator.esp
*LOST Super Mutant Redux Patch.esp
*More Smarter Companions Mod.esp
*NickValentinesDay.esp
*PerfectPacify_Knockout.esp
*RussiaStrong.esp
*CompVex.esp
*Meat.esp
*RM_Mannequin_Raiders.esp
*NukaWorldCars.esp
*FarHarborCars.esp
*FM_HagenFix02.esp
*GojiraSmallerExtreme.esp
*ChineseStealthSuit.esp
*Marmo1233 - Immersive Settlers.esp
*RecruitableSettlersLeaders.esp
*ClassicBehemoth.esp
*ClassicBehemoth_SMRedux_Patch.esp
*SKKFeralNights.esp
*ProvisionerUniform.esp
*OCDispenser.esp
*OCDecorator.esp
*OCDecoratorDLC.esp
*DC Guards.esp
*tumbajamba Advanced Engineering.esp
*strong_PA.esp
*strong_PA - tAE - AWKCR.esp
*FunctionalDisplays-Patch-DLC-ALL.esp
*TEEPartyDLC.esp
*psykerpowers.esp
*RailroadPerksCut.esp
*TMaH Atlantic Office fix.esp
*InstituteReformation.esp
*jimmy's point.esp
*Genetical Father 1.0.1.esp
*FatherCompanion.esp
*FAR.esp
*Underwater_Visual_fix_1.0.esp
*Famished.esp
*LOST Kelly Manor Patch.esp
*LOST Vault 1080 Patch.esp
*LOST Campsite Patch.esp
*LOST Famished Patch.esp
*LOST Ransacked Relays Patch.esp
*LOST More Ghouls Patch.esp
*LOST Cannibal Concord Patch.esp
*Children of Ug-Qualtoth VIS-G.esp
*LOST Snap Build Patch.esp
*LOST Homemaker Patch.esp
*LOST 50 Ways to Die Patch.esp
*LOST Kelly Household Patch.esp
*LOST Chinese Sealth Patch.esp
*LOST Deadlier Deathclaws Patch.esp
*LOST Mannequin Cult Patch.esp
*LOST True Storms Patch.esp
*LOST CC GunVSMin Patch.esp
*LOST Behemoth Patch.esp
*LOST Better Goodneighbor Patch.esp
*LOST PANPC Patch.esp
*LOST Project Valkyrie Patch.esp
*LOST Fusion City Rising Patch.esp
*LOST Outcasts and Remnants Patch.esp
*LOST PACE Patch.esp
*LOST Father Companion Patch.esp
*Classic And Funny Death Narriations (Memium).esp
*ShinRedDeath.esp
*KitCompanionPerkNoFall.esp
*LOST Machine and Her Patch.esp
*AGNISNikaCola01_VIS-G_Patch.esp
*FHSBonus.esp
*Stronger Brotherhood ALL in ONE.esp
*Classic Fallout Music.esp
*Classic Fallout Music NukaWorld.esp
*Classic Fallout Music Far Harbor.esp
*Insignificant Object Remover.esp
*LOST Maxwell's Patch.esp
*MoreCars.esp
*WindowBoards.esp
*Repaired Roofs.esp
*PRP.esp
*Scrap Everything - Ultimate Edition.esp
*BetterSettlers.esp
*BetterSettlersCCAPack2.0.esp
*battlebrother13_fix_BetterSettlers_FHVoices.esp

Buffout 4 crash Log:

Fallout 4 v1.10.163
Buffout 4 v1.24.5
Unhandled exception "EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION" at 0x7FF7963985D3 Fallout4.exe+04085D3
SETTINGS:
[Compatibility]
 F4EE: false 
[Fixes]
 ActorIsHostileToActor: true CellInit: true EncounterZoneReset: true GreyMovies: true MagicEffectApplyEvent: true MovementPlanner: true PackageAllocateLocation: true SafeExit: true UnalignedLoad: true UtilityShader: true 
[Patches]
 Achievements: true BSMTAManager: true BSPreCulledObjects: true BSTextureStreamerLocalHeap: true HavokMemorySystem: true INISettingCollection: true InputSwitch: false MaxStdIO: -1 MemoryManager: true MemoryManagerDebug: false ScaleformAllocator: true SmallBlockAllocator: true WorkshopMenu: true 
[Warnings]
 CreateTexture2D: true ImageSpaceAdapter: true 
SYSTEM SPECS:
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 专业版 v10.0.19041
CPU: AuthenticAMD AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor
GPU #1: Nvidia GP106 [GeForce GTX 1060 3GB]
GPU #2: Microsoft Basic Render Driver
PHYSICAL MEMORY: 9.58 GB/15.95 GB
PROBABLE CALL STACK:
[0] 0x7FF7963985D3 Fallout4.exe+04085D3 -> 766937+0x53
[1] 0x7FF79639FA8F Fallout4.exe+040FA8F -> 400088+0xCF
[2] 0x7FF79639F99B Fallout4.exe+040F99B -> 54675+0x5B
[3] 0x7FF79633C6A0 Fallout4.exe+03AC6A0 -> 36819+0xD0
[4] 0x7FF797AE0F26 Fallout4.exe+1B50F26 -> 329005+0xC6
[5] 0x7FF797AE1432 Fallout4.exe+1B51432 -> 194800+0x202
[6] 0x7FF797AE3F67 Fallout4.exe+1B53F67 -> 1492866+0x67
[7] 0x7FF797AACFED Fallout4.exe+1B1CFED -> 1079791+0x3D
[8] 0x7FFB90A07034 KERNEL32.DLL+0017034
[9] 0x7FFB927A2651 ntdll.dll+0052651
REGISTERS:
RAX 0x0 (size_t)
RCX 0x27CFD4AB580 (void*)
RDX 0x1 (size_t)
RBX 0x27CFD4AB580 (void*)
RSP 0xD7BCE7F8C0 (void*)
RBP 0xD7BCE7F9F0 (void*)
RSI 0x27CF0C0ACC0 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "skeleton.nif" 
RDI 0x0 (size_t)
R8 0x0 (size_t)
R9 0xD7BCE7F960 (void*)
R10 0xD7BCE7F720 (void*)
R11 0xD7BCE7FA40 (void*)
R12 0x0 (size_t)
R13 0x7FF79BB78080 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8080)
R14 0x27CFD4AB580 (void*)
R15 0x7FF79BB78084 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8084)
STACK:
[RSP+0 ] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+8 ] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+10 ] 0x27CF1050F00 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "Phone01Residential" 
[RSP+18 ] 0x7FF797D1143B (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1D8143B)
[RSP+20 ] 0x27CBE61D130 (bhkNPCollisionProxyObject*)
[RSP+28 ] 0x7FF79639FA8F (void* -> Fallout4.exe+040FA8F)
[RSP+30 ] 0x710 (size_t)
[RSP+38 ] 0x27BED85F120 (void*)
[RSP+40 ] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+48 ] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+50 ] 0xBEB7BEDF3F6EF0B6 (size_t)
[RSP+58 ] 0x3BDB13C0 (size_t)
[RSP+60 ] 0x3F6A1EB03EB34BCB (size_t)
[RSP+68 ] 0x3E4F5985 (size_t)
[RSP+70 ] 0xBE3F2273BDA1593B (size_t)
[RSP+78 ] 0x3F7AB0E2 (size_t)
[RSP+80 ] 0x4700165A467221E7 (size_t)
[RSP+88 ] 0x3F800000450FE38B (size_t)
[RSP+90 ] 0x27C1CD7F580 (void*)
[RSP+98 ] 0x7F0 (size_t)
[RSP+A0 ] 0xBEB7BEDF3F6EF0B6 (size_t)
[RSP+A8 ] 0xBE3F22733BDB13C0 (size_t)
[RSP+B0 ] 0x3F6A1EB03EB34BCB (size_t)
[RSP+B8 ] 0xBDA1593B3E4F5985 (size_t)
[RSP+C0 ] 0xBF9C91C0BBA34440 (size_t)
[RSP+C8 ] 0x40C4C3B7 (size_t)
[RSP+D0 ] 0x416734D5 (size_t)
[RSP+D8 ] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+E0 ] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+E8 ] 0x7FF797B41156 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1BB1156)
[RSP+F0 ] 0x27CF1050F00 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "Phone01Residential" 
[RSP+F8 ] 0x7FF79BB78080 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8080)
[RSP+100] 0x27CF1050F00 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "Phone01Residential" 
[RSP+108] 0x7FF79BB78084 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8084)
[RSP+110] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+118] 0x416734D5BCE7FB10 (size_t)
[RSP+120] 0xFFFFFFFF (size_t)
[RSP+128] 0x7FF797B4145E (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1BB145E)
[RSP+130] 0x3EB7BFBC00000002 (size_t)
[RSP+138] 0x27CF1045480 (BSTriShape*)
 Name: "Phone01Residential:0" 
[RSP+140] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+148] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+150] 0x0 (size_t)
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[RSP+170] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+178] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+180] 0x27CF1050F00 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "Phone01Residential" 
[RSP+188] 0x7FF797B29A6C (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1B99A6C)
[RSP+190] 0x27CF1050F00 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "Phone01Residential" 
[RSP+198] 0x27C614E4260 (void*)
[RSP+1A0] 0x27C1CBDFFA8 (void*)
[RSP+1A8] 0x27C614E4250 (void*)
[RSP+1B0] 0xFFFFFFFF (size_t)
[RSP+1B8] 0x7FF79639F99B (void* -> Fallout4.exe+040F99B)
[RSP+1C0] 0xD7BCE7FB10 (void*)
[RSP+1C8] 0x3 (size_t)
[RSP+1D0] 0x27C1CBDFFA8 (void*)
[RSP+1D8] 0xD7BCE7FB10 (void*)
[RSP+1E0] 0x27BC177D360 (void*)
[RSP+1E8] 0x7FF79633C6A0 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+03AC6A0)
[RSP+1F0] 0x7FF79BB78B98 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8B98)
[RSP+1F8] 0x7FF79BB78B98 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8B98)
[RSP+200] 0xFFFFFFFF (size_t)
[RSP+208] 0x27C1CBDFEA0 (void*)
[RSP+210] 0x800000008000 (size_t)
[RSP+218] 0x27CC4F8E080 (BSFadeNode*)
 Name: "Skeleton" 
[RSP+220] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+228] 0x7FF796D4D457 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+0DBD457)
[RSP+230] 0x27BED85FA40 (ScrapHeap*)
[RSP+238] 0x27C614E4250 (void*)
[RSP+240] 0x1 (size_t)
[RSP+248] 0x1 (size_t)
[RSP+250] 0x3E8624DE (size_t)
[RSP+258] 0x27BB736FAC0 (NiCamera*)
 Name: "WorldRoot Camera" 
[RSP+260] 0x100000100 (size_t)
[RSP+268] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+270] 0x7FF79BB78084 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8084)
[RSP+278] 0x1 (size_t)
[RSP+280] 0x7FF79BB78080 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8080)
[RSP+288] 0x7FF79BB78088 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8088)
[RSP+290] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+298] 0x7FF796C4E25B (void* -> Fallout4.exe+0CBE25B)
[RSP+2A0] 0x44B00000 (size_t)
[RSP+2A8] 0x27C6344BD00 (void*)
[RSP+2B0] 0x1 (size_t)
[RSP+2B8] 0x7FF79BB78088 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8088)
[RSP+2C0] 0x27BC177D360 (void*)
[RSP+2C8] 0x1 (size_t)
[RSP+2D0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+2D8] 0x7FF797AE0F26 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1B50F26)
[RSP+2E0] 0x7FF700000000 (size_t)
[RSP+2E8] 0x27C00000001 (void*)
[RSP+2F0] 0x7FF79BB78B98 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+5BE8B98)
[RSP+2F8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+300] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+308] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+310] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+318] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+320] 0x7FF79BB78B48 (BSJobs::JobThread*)
[RSP+328] 0x7FF797AE1432 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1B51432)
[RSP+330] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+338] 0x7FF79BB78B48 (BSJobs::JobThread*)
[RSP+340] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+348] 0xD7BCE7FC60 (char*) "8I"
[RSP+350] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+358] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+360] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+368] 0x7FF797AE3F67 (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1B53F67)
[RSP+370] 0x7FF79BB78B48 (BSJobs::JobThread*)
[RSP+378] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+380] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+388] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+390] 0x7FF79BB78B48 (BSJobs::JobThread*)
[RSP+398] 0x7FF797AACFED (void* -> Fallout4.exe+1B1CFED)
[RSP+3A0] 0x4938 (size_t)
[RSP+3A8] 0xD7BCE7FC80 (void*)
[RSP+3B0] 0x27BC175BC90 (void*)
[RSP+3B8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+3C0] 0x7FF79BB78B48 (BSJobs::JobThread*)
[RSP+3C8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+3D0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+3D8] 0x7FFB90A07034 (void* -> KERNEL32.DLL+0017034)
[RSP+3E0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+3E8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+3F0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+3F8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+400] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+408] 0x7FFB927A2651 (void* -> ntdll.dll+0052651)
[RSP+410] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+418] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+420] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+428] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+430] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+438] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+440] 0x5BB67F7B00000000 (size_t)
[RSP+448] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+450] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+458] 0x7FFB905CB670 (void* -> KERNELBASE.dll+010B670)
[RSP+460] 0xD7BCE7EA40 (void*)
[RSP+468] 0xFFF797D592160 (size_t)
[RSP+470] 0x7FFBCBEAC90B (size_t)
[RSP+478] 0xD7BCE7EA40 (void*)
[RSP+480] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+488] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+490] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+498] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4A0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4A8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4B0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4B8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4C0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4C8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4D0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4D8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4E0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4E8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4F0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+4F8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+500] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+508] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+510] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+518] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+520] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+528] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+530] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+538] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+540] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+548] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+550] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+558] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+560] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+568] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+570] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+578] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+580] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+588] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+590] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+598] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5A0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5A8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5B0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5B8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5C0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5C8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5D0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5D8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5E0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5E8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5F0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+5F8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+600] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+608] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+610] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+618] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+620] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+628] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+630] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+638] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+640] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+648] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+650] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+658] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+660] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+668] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+670] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+678] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+680] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+688] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+690] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+698] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6A0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6A8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6B0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6B8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6C0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6C8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6D0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6D8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6E0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6E8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6F0] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+6F8] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+700] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+708] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+710] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+718] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+720] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+728] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+730] 0x0 (size_t)
[RSP+738] 0x0 (size_t)
MODULES:
XINPUT1_3.dll 0x000000400000
X3DAudio1_7.dll 0x0000606A0000
steam_api64.dll 0x0000606B0000
LL_fourPlay_1_10_163.dll 0x000180000000
NSI.dll 0x027BB9840000
HighFPSPhysicsFix.dll 0x027BBBE20000
Fallout4.exe 0x7FF795F90000
steamclient64.dll 0x7FFB1EC70000
XAudio2_7.dll 0x7FFB26920000
gameoverlayrenderer64.dll 0x7FFB26DB0000
IPHLPAPI.DLL 0x7FFB26F90000
mcm.dll 0x7FFB279E0000
f4ee.dll 0x7FFB27A80000
Buffout4.dll 0x7FFB27B90000
BakaScrapHeap.dll 0x7FFB28550000
f4se_1_10_163.dll 0x7FFB32130000
place.dll 0x7FFB37AA0000
tbbmalloc.dll 0x7FFB39E90000
vstdlib_s64.dll 0x7FFB39EF0000
tier0_s64.dll 0x7FFB39F80000
cudart64_75.dll 0x7FFB3A100000
GFSDK_GodraysLib.x64.dll 0x7FFB3A390000
GFSDK_SSAO_D3D11.win64.dll 0x7FFB3A3F0000
flexRelease_x64.dll 0x7FFB3A480000
MSVCR110.dll 0x7FFB3A5D0000
KnockoutFramework.dll 0x7FFB3A910000
MSVCP110.dll 0x7FFB3A960000
AchievementsModsEnabler.dll 0x7FFB3AE40000
bink2w64.dll 0x7FFB3AE80000
flexExtRelease_x64.dll 0x7FFB3AF80000
f4se_steam_loader.dll 0x7FFB47000000
usvfs_x64.dll 0x7FFB4A1A0000
X3DAudio1_7.dll 0x7FFB4A350000
mskeyprotect.dll 0x7FFB4C130000
ncryptsslp.dll 0x7FFB4C180000
DSOUND.DLL 0x7FFB5D220000
nvspcap64.dll 0x7FFB5D7E0000
nvwgf2umx.dll 0x7FFB60C20000
winmmbase.dll 0x7FFB6D570000
SprintStutteringFix.dll 0x7FFB70F80000
MSVCP140_ATOMIC_WAIT.dll 0x7FFB72F70000
Secur32.dll 0x7FFB74840000
VCRUNTIME140_1.dll 0x7FFB776F0000
MSVCP140.dll 0x7FFB77700000
VCRUNTIME140.dll 0x7FFB77790000
DbgHelp.dll 0x7FFB79310000
webio.dll 0x7FFB7A1D0000
rasadhlp.dll 0x7FFB7CC90000
fwpuclnt.dll 0x7FFB7CF10000
WINSPOOL.DRV 0x7FFB7E2A0000
COMCTL32.dll 0x7FFB7E340000
MSIMG32.dll 0x7FFB7E790000
nvToolsExt64_1.dll 0x7FFB7F5C0000
MpOav.dll 0x7FFB7F7B0000
amsi.dll 0x7FFB7F830000
OneCoreCommonProxyStub.dll 0x7FFB7F9B0000
wbemsvc.dll 0x7FFB7FA30000
fastprox.dll 0x7FFB7FA50000
wbemcomn.dll 0x7FFB80600000
WINHTTP.dll 0x7FFB81C00000
nvapi64.dll 0x7FFB81F30000
WINMM.dll 0x7FFB84850000
InputHost.dll 0x7FFB87650000
textinputframework.dll 0x7FFB877B0000
Windows.UI.dll 0x7FFB878B0000
nvldumdx.dll 0x7FFB88140000
OneCoreUAPCommonProxyStub.dll 0x7FFB88310000
dxcore.dll 0x7FFB88AB0000
wbemprox.dll 0x7FFB88B70000
MMDevApi.dll 0x7FFB89AE0000
dhcpcsvc6.DLL 0x7FFB89D40000
dhcpcsvc.DLL 0x7FFB89D80000
AUDIOSES.DLL 0x7FFB89E10000
cryptnet.dll 0x7FFB8A250000
VERSION.dll 0x7FFB8A310000
WINNSI.DLL 0x7FFB8A320000
twinapi.appcore.dll 0x7FFB8A750000
WindowManagementAPI.dll 0x7FFB8A970000
avrt.dll 0x7FFB8AF20000
PROPSYS.dll 0x7FFB8BA10000
d3d11.dll 0x7FFB8C130000
wintypes.dll 0x7FFB8C960000
dcomp.dll 0x7FFB8CAC0000
CoreUIComponents.dll 0x7FFB8D030000
CoreMessaging.dll 0x7FFB8D390000
UxTheme.dll 0x7FFB8D890000
resourcepolicyclient.dll 0x7FFB8D980000
dwmapi.dll 0x7FFB8DA80000
kernel.appcore.dll 0x7FFB8DD70000
windows.storage.dll 0x7FFB8DF70000
HID.DLL 0x7FFB8E710000
dxgi.dll 0x7FFB8E750000
ntmarta.dll 0x7FFB8EB50000
schannel.DLL 0x7FFB8EDE0000
rsaenh.dll 0x7FFB8EEC0000
IpHlpAPI.dll 0x7FFB8F230000
DNSAPI.dll 0x7FFB8F270000
MSWSOCK.dll 0x7FFB8F540000
CRYPTSP.dll 0x7FFB8F730000
Wldp.dll 0x7FFB8F7D0000
NTASN1.dll 0x7FFB8F800000
ncrypt.dll 0x7FFB8F840000
msasn1.dll 0x7FFB8F9C0000
DEVOBJ.dll 0x7FFB8FBA0000
DPAPI.DLL 0x7FFB8FBE0000
CRYPTBASE.DLL 0x7FFB8FBF0000
UMPDC.dll 0x7FFB8FC00000
powrprof.dll 0x7FFB8FC20000
SSPICLI.DLL 0x7FFB8FD20000
USERENV.dll 0x7FFB8FD60000
profapi.dll 0x7FFB8FDA0000
cfgmgr32.dll 0x7FFB8FE60000
bcryptPrimitives.dll 0x7FFB8FEB0000
ucrtbase.dll 0x7FFB8FF40000
CRYPT32.dll 0x7FFB90040000
win32u.dll 0x7FFB901A0000
msvcp_win.dll 0x7FFB901D0000
WINTRUST.DLL 0x7FFB90270000
gdi32full.dll 0x7FFB90380000
bcrypt.dll 0x7FFB90490000
KERNELBASE.dll 0x7FFB904C0000
RPCRT4.dll 0x7FFB90790000
ole32.dll 0x7FFB908C0000
KERNEL32.DLL 0x7FFB909F0000
SHELL32.dll 0x7FFB90AB0000
imagehlp.dll 0x7FFB91200000
sechost.dll 0x7FFB91220000
OLEAUT32.dll 0x7FFB912C0000
GDI32.dll 0x7FFB91420000
combase.dll 0x7FFB91450000
IMM32.DLL 0x7FFB917B0000
SETUPAPI.dll 0x7FFB917E0000
shcore.dll 0x7FFB91C70000
SHLWAPI.dll 0x7FFB91D20000
COMDLG32.dll 0x7FFB91D80000
msvcrt.dll 0x7FFB91F40000
WS2_32.dll 0x7FFB91FE0000
USER32.dll 0x7FFB92050000
MSCTF.dll 0x7FFB92260000
ADVAPI32.dll 0x7FFB923E0000
clbcatq.dll 0x7FFB92650000
PSAPI.DLL 0x7FFB92700000
ntdll.dll 0x7FFB92750000
F4SE PLUGINS:
BakaScrapHeap.dll v1.3
Buffout4.dll v1.24.5
f4ee.dll
HighFPSPhysicsFix.dll
KnockoutFramework.dll v1.3.1
LL_fourPlay_1_10_163.dll
mcm.dll
place.dll
SprintStutteringFix.dll
PLUGINS:
[00] Fallout4.esm
[01] DLCRobot.esm
[02] DLCworkshop01.esm
[03] DLCCoast.esm
[04] DLCworkshop02.esm
[05] DLCworkshop03.esm
[06] DLCNukaWorld.esm
[07] DLCUltraHighResolution.esm
[08] Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch.esp
[09] HUDFramework.esm
[0A] ArmorKeywords.esm
[0B] SimSettlements.esm
[0C] Homemaker.esm
[0D] TrueStormsFO4.esm
[0E] Knockout Framework.esm
[0F] Snap'n Build.esm
[10] AAF.esm
[11] JamaicaPlainPathing.esm
[12] PACE.esm
[13] PANPC.esm
[14] ColterFix.esp
[15] AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches.esp
[16] AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches - Ballistic Weave.esp
[17] AnS Wearable Backpacks and Pouches - Power Armor Carry Capacity.esp
[18] Campsite.esp
[19] Craftable Armor Size - Fix Material Requirements.esp
[1A] Craftable Armor Size.esp
[1B] PiperCaitCurieDialogueOverhaul.esp
[1C] EveryonesBestFriend.esp
[1D] Ferals After Dark.esp
[1E] More Where That Came From Diamond City.esp
[1F] Realistic Death Physics.esp
[20] Realistic Survival Damage.esp
[21] TakeCover.esp
[22] TrueStormsFO4-EarlierSunsets.esp
[23] WET.esp
[24] dD-Enhanced Blood Basic.esp
[25] Cannibal.esp
[26] MODaquatic.esp
[27] VIS-G Item Sorting.esp
[28] SuperMutantRedux.esp
[29] More Armor Slots.esp
[2A] GlowingSeaEXPANDED.esp
[2B] Immersive Corpses.esp
[2C] OutcastsAndRemnants.esp
[2D] CleanSettlement Greenhouse.esp
[2E] CleanSettlement Snap'n Build.esp
[2F] DarkerNights.esp
[30] DarkerNightsDetection.esp
[31] FunctionalDisplays.esp
[32] FunctionalDisplays-AID-Vanilla.esp
[33] FunctionalDisplays-Collectibles.esp
[34] FunctionalDisplays-MISC-Vanilla.esp
[35] NightOfTheCreeps.esp
[36] SettlementMenuManager.esp
[37] VaultSuit-SurvivalUpgrade.esp
[38] WeaponDisarm.esp
[39] SalemEXPANDED.esp
[3A] CrimeTown.esp
[3B] AGNISNikaCola01.esp
[3C] Raider Children.esp
[3D] TrainBar.esp
[3E] Eli_Armour_Compendium.esp
[3F] DineNDash.esp
[40] FarHarborStory.esp
[41] DeadAirplane.esp
[42] GhoulBlood.esp
[43] DeadlierDeathclaws.esp
[44] WorldwideGhoulsv1.esp
[45] AA FusionCityRising.esp
[46] Killable Children.esp
[47] RecruitableSettlers.esp
[48] W.A.T.Minutemen.esp
[49] MortalSettlers.esp
[4A] CarAddon4.esp
[4B] Goodfellow's Diamond City Defences.esp
[4C] scrap_dirt_sancturary.esp
[4D] DCGuard_Overhaul.esp
[4E] MaxwellsWorl.esp
[4F] Children of Ug Qualtoth.esp
[50] KellyManor.esp
[51] UFO_Site_Cleanup_With_Ship.esp
[52] Croup Manor Navmesh - retakrew7.esp
[53] AA 50 Ways To Die.esp
[54] RecruitableSettlersFH.esp
[55] Kellyhousehold.esp
[56] RansackedRelay.esp
[57] atlanticofficesf23.esp
[58] More Smarter Companions Mod.esp
[59] ProjectValkyrie.esp
[5A] SettlementAttacksBeyond.esp
[5B] TEEParty.esp
[5C] nvvault1080.esp
[5D] WastelandAviator.esp
[5E] RussiaStrong.esp
[5F] CompVex.esp
[60] Meat.esp
[61] PerfectPacify_Knockout.esp
[62] AGNISNikaCola01_VIS-G_Patch.esp
[63] AzarPonytailHairstyles.esp
[64] ChineseStealthSuit.esp
[65] Classic And Funny Death Narriations (Memium).esp
[66] Classic Fallout Music.esp
[67] Classic Fallout Music Far Harbor.esp
[68] Classic Fallout Music NukaWorld.esp
[69] ClassicBehemoth.esp
[6A] console.esp
[6B] Famished.esp
[6C] FatherCompanion.esp
[6D] jimmy's point.esp
[6E] ShinRedDeath.esp
[6F] FHSBonus.esp
[70] RM_Mannequin_Raiders.esp
[71] FM_HagenFix02.esp
[72] FunctionalDisplays-Patch-DLC-ALL.esp
[73] Genetical Father 1.0.1.esp
[74] GojiraSmallerExtreme.esp
[75] Insignificant Object Remover.esp
[76] InstituteReformation.esp
[77] Locksmith.esp
[78] Marmo1233 - Immersive Settlers.esp
[79] NickValentinesDay.esp
[7A] OCDecorator.esp
[7B] OCDecoratorDLC.esp
[7C] OCDispenser.esp
[7D] ProvisionerUniform.esp
[7E] psykerpowers.esp
[7F] RailroadPerksCut.esp
[80] RecruitableSettlersLeaders.esp
[81] Repaired Roofs.esp
[82] SCDC_v0.5.esp
[83] SKKFeralNights.esp
[84] strong_PA.esp
[85] tumbajamba Advanced Engineering.esp
[86] strong_PA - tAE - AWKCR.esp
[87] Stronger Brotherhood ALL in ONE.esp
[88] TEEPartyDLC.esp
[89] Underwater_Visual_fix_1.0.esp
[8A] WindowBoards.esp
[8B] PRP.esp
[8C] Scrap Everything - Ultimate Edition.esp
[8D] BetterSettlers.esp
[8E] BetterSettlersCCAPack2.0.esp
[FE:000] ccgcafo4025-pagunmm.esl
[FE:001] WET.esl
[FE:002] AAFThemes.esl
[FE:003] Floorsroofswalls.esl
[FE:004] SunshineNoGhouls.esl
[FE:005] TheDeepSea.esl
[FE:006] Flicker Fixer.esp
[FE:007] PetAnyDog.esp
[FE:008] WorldCars4.esp
[FE:009] LOST Super Mutant Redux Patch.esp
[FE:00A] LOST Machine and Her Patch.esp
[FE:00B] Children of Ug-Qualtoth VIS-G.esp
[FE:00C] ClassicBehemoth_SMRedux_Patch.esp
[FE:00D] DC Guards.esp
[FE:00E] FAR.esp
[FE:00F] FarHarborCars.esp
[FE:010] KitCompanionPerkNoFall.esp
[FE:011] LOST 50 Ways to Die Patch.esp
[FE:012] LOST Behemoth Patch.esp
[FE:013] LOST Better Goodneighbor Patch.esp
[FE:014] LOST Campsite Patch.esp
[FE:015] LOST Cannibal Concord Patch.esp
[FE:016] LOST CC GunVSMin Patch.esp
[FE:017] LOST Chinese Sealth Patch.esp
[FE:018] LOST Deadlier Deathclaws Patch.esp
[FE:019] LOST Famished Patch.esp
[FE:01A] LOST Father Companion Patch.esp
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2021.12.28 00:28 goodgodgetmeout END OF 2021 LIST [3/4]

Wrestler Average 'Total Rating' of Top 10 Matches +/- in Average 'Total Rating' of Top 10 Matches since November 1st +/- places since December 1st, and placement on the December 1st List Average 'Total Rating' of Matches #11-20
345. Hazuki, HZK - STARDOM 7.602 +0.005 -5 [340] -.--- [11]
346. Eita - Dragongate 7.597 +0.016 -2 [344] -.--- [13]
347. Yoshinari Ogawa - NOAH 7.590 -0.006 -6 [341] -.--- [13]
348. Natsupoi, Natsumi Maki - STARDOM 7.589 +0.024 - [348] 6.276
349. Thunder Rosa, Kobra Moon, Serpentine - AEW, Mission Pro Wrestling 7.587 -0.008 -7 [342] 6.273
350. Ryo Mizunami - Freelancer 7.586 +0.022 -1 [349] -.--- [12]
351. BJ Whitmer 7.575 +0.001 -5 [346] -.--- [12]
352. Blake Christian, Trey Baxter - Freelancer 7.567 +0.167 +33 [385] -.--- [18]
353. Lance Archer, Lance Hoyt - AEW 7.565 -0.001 -6 [347] 6.027
354. Orange Cassidy, Fire Ant - AEW 7.563 +0.060 +7 [361] 6.355
355. G-Raver - Freelancer, GCW 7.563 -0.017 -10 [345] -.--- [10]
356. Erick Stevens 7.561 - -5 [351] -.--- [10]
357. Maika - STARDOM 7.557 -0.006 -7 [350] 6.528
358. Kazushi Sakuraba - Freelancer, NOAH 7.550 +0.051 +6 [364] -.--- [11]
359. Trent, Beretta - AEW 7.544 +0.002 -7 [352] -.--- [18]
360. Dakota Kai, Evie - WWE 7.541 +0.081 +15 [375] 6.223
361. Harley Race 7.532 +0.239 +39 [400] -.--- [15]
362. 'The Infamous' Bobby Fish - AEW 7.531 +0.034 +3 [365] 6.853
363. Rey Horus, Dragon Azteca Jr. - Freelancer 7.530 +0.013 -6 [357] 6.422
364. Juventud Guerrera - Freelancer 7.530 +0.002 -10 [354] 6.640
365. Hulk Hogan, Hollywood Hogan 7.522 -0.013 -12 [353] 6.678
366. Kofi Kingston - WWE 7.520 +0.001 -10 [356] 6.182
367. Kazuyuki Fujita - Freelancer, NOAH 7.520 +0.368 +55 [422] -.--- [13]
368. Santos Escobar, King Cuerno, El Hijo del Fantasma - WWE 7.510 -0.009 -13 [355] 6.296
369. John Silver - AEW 7.505 -0.005 -10 [359] -.--- [13]
370. Moose - IMPACT 7.501 +0.010 -4 [366] 6.017
371. Jack Gallagher 7.501 - -8 [363] -.--- [10]
372. 'The Cowboy' James Storm - Freelancer 7.493 -0.010 -10 [362] -.--- [12]
373. 'Queen of Spades' Shayna Baszler - WWE 7.491 +0.004 -6 [367] 5.723
374. Mark Briscoe - Freelancer 7.491 +0.017 -2 [372] -.--- [14]
375. Laredo Kid - Freelancer 7.489 +0.071 +6 [381] -.--- [13]
376. Brody King - [?] 7.488 +0.009 -6 [370] 6.259
377. Damian Priest, Punishment Martinez - WWE 7.487 - -9 [368] 6.430
378. 'Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal' Sabu 7.481 +0.002 -9 [369] -.--- [19]
379. Joseph Parks, Abyss 7.478 +0.002 -8 [371] -.--- [12]
380. Ari Sterling, Alex Zayne - Freelancer 7.476 +0.055 - [380] 6.170
381. The Brian Kendrick, Spanky 7.472 +0.024 -5 [376] -.--- [15]
382. Jerry 'The King' Lawler - WWE 7.470 - -9 [373] -.--- [14]
383. Trent Seven - WWE 7.466 +0.002 -9 [374] -.--- [16]
384. BUSHI - NJPW 7.442 +0.015 -6 [378] 6.449
385. Kris Statlander - AEW 7.438 +0.105 +12 [397] -.--- [19]
386. Serena Deeb - AEW 7.422 +0.172 +19 [405] -.--- [13]
387. Barry Windham 7.422 -0.025 -10 [377] -.--- [12]
388. Mistico, Caristico, Sin Cara, Myzteziz - CMLL 7.421 -0.004 -9 [379] -.--- [10]
389. Willie Mack - IMPACT 7.418 +0.009 -6 [383] -.--- [15]
390. YOH - NJPW 7.417 +0.256 +29 [419] 6.543
391. Bad Luck Fale - NJPW 7.416 - -9 [382] 6.637
392. MJF, Maxwell Jacob Friedman - AEW 7.410 +0.004 -8 [384] 5.329
393. Paul Wight, Big Show, The Giant - AEW 7.403 +0.042 -2 [391] 5.965
394. Samuray del Sol, Kalisto - Freelancer 7.400 +0.010 -7 [387] -.--- [13]
395. Axel Tischer, Alexander Wolfe, Axeman - Freelancer 7.396 -0.001 -9 [386] -.--- [10]
396. Kohei Sato - Freelancer 7.391 +0.002 -8 [388] -.--- [14]
397. Dustin Rhodes, Goldust - AEW 7.385 -0.003 -8 [389] 5.582
398. Atsushi Aoki 7.384 +0.008 -8 [390] -.--- [11]
399. DOUKI - Freelancer, NJPW 7.368 +0.029 -4 [395] 6.331
400. Frankie Kazarian, Kaz - AEW 7.356 +0.002 -6 [394] 6.127
401. Windham Rotunda, Bray Wyatt, The Fiend - [?] 7.352 -0.008 -9 [392] 5.513
402. Riho - AEW 7.349 +0.102 +5 [407] -.--- [16]
403. Shane McMahon 7.334 -0.003 -7 [396] 4.633
404. TAKA Michinoku - Just Tap Out 7.334 +0.017 -5 [399] -.--- [15]
405. 'The Inevitable' Ace Austin - IMPACT 7.330 -0.025 -12 [393] -.--- [14]
406. Hikari Noa - Freelancer, TJPW 7.315 -0.009 -8 [398] -.--- [14]
407. Austin Theory - WWE 7.294 +0.021 -4 [403] 5.692
408. Joe Coffey - WWE 7.291 +0.127 +10 [418] -.--- [13]
409. 'The Premier Athlete' Tony Nese - AEW 7.291 +0.088 +3 [412] 5.751
410. Billy Kidman 7.281 +0.002 -9 [401] -.--- [19]
411. Raven, Johnny Polo, Scotty Flamingo 7.279 +0.002 -9 [402] -.--- [17]
412. JD Drake, James Drake - Freelancer 7.265 +0.028 -2 [410] -.--- [11]
413. 'EST' Bianca Belair - WWE 7.244 -0.013 -9 [404] 5.784
414. 'The Virtuosa' Deonna Purrazzo - IMPACT 7.244 -0.005 -8 [406] 5.332
415. 'The Redeemer' Miro, Rusev - AEW 7.243 - -7 [408] 6.025
416. 'Legit' Leyla Hirsch - AEW 7.236 +0.062 -1 [415] -.--- [16]
417. Jake Atlas 7.231 +0.005 -6 [411] 5.814
418. [NEW] Koji Iwamoto - [?] 7.221 - - -.--- [10]
419. Sean Waltman, X-Pac, The 1-2-3 Kid, Syxx 7.212 +0.043 -3 [416] 6.481
420. Hyper Misao - TJPW 7.203 +0.371 +42 [462] -.--- [12]
421. Nick Aldis, Magnus - NWA 7.200 +0.033 -4 [417] -.--- [15]
422. Atsushi Kotoge - NOAH 7.200 +0.002 -9 [413] -.--- [13]
423. Jimmy Lloyd - Freelancer, GCW 7.189 -0.050 -14 [409] -.--- [10]
424. Toru Yano - NJPW 7.185 +0.031 -4 [420] 5.816
425. John Bradshaw Layfield, JBL, Bradshaw 7.184 +0.048 -1 [424] -.--- [18]
426. Yoshitatsu - AJPW 7.183 -0.011 -12 [414] -.--- [13]
427. Nathan Frazer, Ben Carter - WWE 7.179 +0.131 +11 [438] -.--- [15]
428. Rampage Brown - WWE 7.166 +0.230 +24 [452] -.--- [12]
429. Lex Luger, The Total Package 7.150 +0.001 -6 [423] 5.970
430. Brian Pillman, Flyin' Brian 7.140 +0.004 -5 [425] -.--- [17]
431. Apollo Crews, Uhaa Nation - WWE 7.140 +0.007 -5 [426] 5.739
432. 'The Bad Guy' Scott Hall, Razor Ramon 7.139 -0.013 -11 [421] 5.326
433. 'Big Sexy' Kevin Nash, Diesel 7.117 - -6 [427] -.--- [19]
434 'Dominator' Great-O-Khan, Tomoyuki Oka - NJPW 7.107 -0.008 -6 [428] 5.018
435. Himeka, Himeka Arita - STARDOM 7.103 - -6 [429] 6.103
436. Hikaru Sato - Freelancer, AJPW 7.095 -0.001 -6 [430] -.--- [10]
437. AJ Gray - Freelancer 7.093 +0.030 -3 [434] -.--- [12]
438. Big E, Big E. Langston - WWE 7.088 +0.119 +9 [447] 5.697
439. Giant Baba 7.084 +0.012 -8 [431] -.--- [10]
440. Jey Uso - WWE 7.064 +0.003 -5 [435] -.--- [18]
441. Diamond Dallas Page, DDP 7.057 -0.011 -9 [432] 6.105
442. Mr. Anderson, Mr. Kennedy 7.053 -0.011 -9 [433] -.--- [10]
443. Chavo Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero Jr. - [?] 7.053 -0.003 -6 [437] -.--- [19]
444. Flip Gordon - Freelancer 7.046 -0.011 -8 [436] -.--- [18]
445. Yuya Uemura - NJPW 7.043 -0.001 -6 [439] 6.372
446. [NEW] Hajime Ohara - NOAH 7.042 - - -.--- [10]
447. Candice LeRae - WWE 7.032 +0.002 -7 [440] -.--- [11]
448. Too Cold Scorpio, 2 Cold Scorpio, Flash Funk, Scorpio - Freelancer 7.020 -0.006 -7 [441] -.--- [14]
449. Ikemen Jiro, Jiro 'Ikemen' Kuroshio - WWE 7.013 - -7 [442] -.--- [11]
450. [NEW] Bob Backlund 7.008 - - -.--- [10]
451. Soma Takao - DDT 7.007 +0.105 +3 [454] -.--- [14]
452. Masha Slamovich - Freelancer 7.003 [457] -.--- [12]
453. Dalton Castle - Freelancer 7.002 +0.118 -10 [443] 5.840
454. JONAH, Jonah Rock, Bronson Reed - IMPACT, Freelancer 7.000 +0.001 -10 [444] 5.342
455. [NEW] Masakatsu Funaki - Freelancer 6.995 - - -.--- [10]
456. Ember Moon, Athena - [?] 6.992 -0.001 -11 [445] -.--- [13]
457. Ren Narita - NJPW 6.979 +0.003 -11 [446] -.--- [12]
458. Petey Williams, Canadian Destroyer - [?] 6.977 +0.008 -10 [448] -.--- [10]
459. Karrion Kross, Killer Kross - [?] 6.964 -0.003 -10 [449] -.--- [18]
460. 'The Ultimate Finesser' Chris Bey - IMPACT 6.958 +0.141 +3 [463] -.--- [19]
461. Booker T, King Booker 6.949 -0.004 -11 [450] 5.722
462. Koguma - STARDOM 6.940 -0.001 -11 [451] -.--- [14]
463. Ruby Soho, Ruby Riott, Heidi Lovelace - AEW 6.938 +0.634 +36 [499] -.--- [13]
464. Tito Santana 6.895 -0.038 -11 [453] -.--- [11]
465. 'The Tokyo Pimp' Yujiro Takahashi - NJPW 6.888 - -9 [456] 5.839
466. 'The Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase 6.872 -0.017 -11 [455] -.--- [17]
467. Rhino - IMPACT, Freelancer 6.854 -0.004 -9 [458] -.--- [13]
468. 'The Big Red Monster' Kane 6.845 +0.009 -7 [461] 5.373
469. Raquel Gonzalez - WWE 6.839 +0.001 -9 [460] -.--- [14]
470. 'The Good Bad Guy' Tama Tonga - NJPW 6.835 -0.011 -11 [459] 6.019
471. Nyla Rose - AEW 6.794 +0.072 -3 [468] -.--- [18]
472. Atticus Cogar - Freelancer, GCW 6.789 +0.010 -8 [464] -.--- [13]
473. Master Wato, Hirai Kawato - NJPW 6.788 +0.101 - [473] 6.313
474. Anthony Greene, August Grey - Freelancer 6.786 +0.071 -4 [470] -.--- [14]
475. Mina Shirakawa - Freelancer, STARDOM 6.779 +0.018 -10 [465] 5.997
476. [NEW] Trish Adora - Freelancer 6.767 - - -.--- [10]
477. David Finlay - NJPW 6.741 -0.001 -11 [466] 5.266
478. Matt Taven - Freelancer 6.725 - -11 [467] -.--- [11]
479. Delirious - [?] 6.722 - -10 [469] -.--- [10]
480. Yota Tsuji - NJPW 6.716 +0.041 -5 [475] 5.835
481. Natalya - WWE 6.709 +0.134 +5 [486] -.--- [14]
482. Kenny King - Freelancer 6.696 +0.248 +11 [493] -.--- [11]
483. Saya Iida - STARDOM 6.688 -0.001 -11 [472] -.--- [15]
484. 'Ravishing' Rick Rude 6.676 -0.004 -10 [474] -.--- [16]
485. Eric Young - IMPACT 6.674 +0.004 -9 [476] -.--- [13]
486. Unagi Sayaka, Himawari Unagi - STARDOM 6.664 -0.026 -15 [471] 6.221
487. Manabu Soya - Freelancer, NOAH 6.662 +0.004 -10 [477] -.--- [10]
488. Josh Woods - Freelancer 6.660 +0.038 -5 [483] -.--- [14]
489. Happy Corbin, Baron Corbin, King Corbin - WWE 6.655 +0.007 -11 [478] 5.363
490. King Woods, Xavier Woods, Consequences Creed - WWE 6.639 - -10 [480] -.--- [14]
491. Alex Coughlin - NJPW 6.633 +0.127 -1 [490] -.--- [12]
492. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. - AEW 6.629 -0.013 -13 [479] 4.958
493. Jake Hager, Jack Swagger, Jake Strong - AEW 6.624 +0.010 -9 [484] -.--- [12]
494. Umaga, Jamal 6.620 -0.002 -12 [482] -.--- [10]
495. Jordan Oliver - Freelancer 6.615 -0.016 -14 [481] -.--- [14]
496. Terry Gordy 6.570 +0.179 -2 [494] -.--- [11]
497. Matt Cardona, Zack Ryder - Freelancer 6.568 +0.004 -10 [487] -.--- [15]
498. Bam Bam Bigelow 6.549 -0.058 -13 [485] -.--- [14]
499. Clark Connors - NJPW 6.547 -0.008 -11 [488] -.--- [12]
500. Sam Gradwell - WWE 6.546 +0.052 -9 [491] -.--- [12]
501. [NEW] Grayson Waller, Matty Wahlberg - WWE 6.496 - - -.--- [10]
502. Saki Kashima - STARDOM 6.485 -0.022 -13 [489] -.--- [18]
503. [NEW] Carmelo Hayes, Christian Casanova - WWE 6.462 - - -.--- [10]
504. [NEW] HAYATA - NOAH 6.455 - - -.--- [11]
505. Trey Miguel - IMPACT, Freelancer 6.438 -0.025 -13 [492] -.--- [12]
506. Dante Martin - AEW 6.432 +0.029 -1 [505] -.--- [11]
507. [NEW] Marc Mero, Johnny B. Badd 6.430 - - -.--- [11]
508. [NEW] Yuki Kamifuku - Freelancer, TJPW 6.402 - - -.--- [10]
509. MVP, Montel Vontavious Porter - WWE 6.401 +0.021 -14 [495] -.--- [10]
510. Rohit Raju - IMPACT, Freelancer 6.378 +0.150 -6 [504] -.--- [13]
511. Koji Doi - Freelancer, AJPW 6.367 -0.009 -15 [496] -.--- [10]
512. Shawn Spears, Tye Dillinger - AEW 6.359 +0.016 -15 [497] -.--- [12]
513. [NEW] Doudrop, Piper Niven, Viper - WWE 6.359 - - -.--- [11]
514. Mickie James - Freelancer 6.326 +0.072 -11 [503] -.--- [13]
515. Adam Scherr, Braun Strowman - [?] 6.321 +0.164 -7 [508] -.--- [18]
516. Ariya Daivari - Freelancer 6.313 -0.003 -18 [498] -.--- [12]
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2021.12.22 16:56 sierracowboy A Timeline of Epstein and Trump (updated)

Late 1980's
Trump told New York magazine in 2002 that he had known Epstein for 15 years, suggesting they met around 1987.
Source
1989
1990
Trump reportedly told a former adviser, Roger Stone, that when he visited Epstein's home the pool was filled with girls. Trump said he thought it was nice that Epstein let "the neighborhood kids use his pool".
Q. Now, Mr. Trump had a home in Palm Beach, correct?A. Uh-huh.Q. So he didn't come and stay there, did he?A. No, never.Q. He would come for a meal?A. He would come, have dinner. He never sat at the table. He eat with me in the kitchen.Q. Did he ever have massages while he was there?A. No. Because he's got his own spa.
1991
Stacy Wilkes competed in the 1991 [Look of the Year] contest as a sixteen-year-old, representing the United States. She remembers Trump coming into their dressing area during the contest, more than once. “I would feel really uncomfortable, because every time we would change, it was like Trump would find a reason to come backstage to see all the teenagers,” she told us. “When you’re doing a runway show, they have to strip you down and change you....There was no need for him to be back there.” Trump never tried to justify his presence backstage but would just walk in and start making jokes. The girls didn’t feel that they were free to complain. “We were afraid to say anything bad when he was around because we didn’t want anything to hurt our chances of winning,” Wilkes said. “We were all young teenagers.” Wilkes’s roommate ended up spending the night with one of the celebrity judges, Wilkes said, and later won one of the prizes.“He was gropey...he had his hands in the most inappropriate places, always,” [NaKina] Carr said. [Editor’s note: NaKina Carr was working as a runway model for Oscar de la Renta.] “When he went in to kiss someone, the hand always went to either the hip or the butt. He was also really good when he did pictures or when he’d side-hug someone. He’d always get his hand on the boob. Every time.” Stories about Trump and his hands circulated within the modeling community. At one modeling event, Trump allegedly went down a line of women feeling their bodies to guess their dress size. Backstage at a lingerie show, he is said to have moved his hands all over a model’s breasts under the guise of inspecting the bra’s fabric.
1992
In 1992, the women were flown in for a "calendar girl" competition that Trump had requested, the former Trump associate, George Houraney, told The Times."At the very first party, I said, 'Who's coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming,'" Houraney said. "It was him and Epstein."He added: "I said: 'Donald, this is supposed to be a party with VIPs. You're telling me it's you and Epstein?'"Houraney also apparently once warned Trump about Epstein."Look, Donald, I know Jeff really well, I can't have him going after younger girls," Houraney recalled telling Trump. "He said: 'Look I'm putting my name on this. I wouldn't put my name on it and have a scandal.'"Houraney had a falling out with Trump after his girlfriend accused Trump of making unwanted sexual advances in the early 1990s.
1993 *UPDATED\*
1994 *UPDATED\*
The Plaintiff, Katie Johnson, alleges she was subject to extreme sexual and physical abuse by the Defendants, Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein, including forcible rape during a four month time span covering the months of June-September 1994 when Plaintiff Johnson was still only a minor of age 13.The Plaintiff, Katie Johnson, alleges she was enticed by promises of money and a modeling career to attend a series of underage sex parties held at the New York City residence of Defendant Jeffrey E. Epstein and attended by Defendant Donald J. Trump.
1995 *UPDATED\*
1996
Trump entered the Miss Teen USA changing room where girls as young as 15 were in various states of undress.“He just came strolling right in,” Dixon said. “There was no second to put a robe on or any sort of clothing or anything. Some girls were topless. Others girls were naked. Our first introduction to him was when we were at the dress rehearsal and half-naked changing into our bikinis.”
1997
In an interview last week with The Post, Mark Epstein said Trump flew on the plane “numerous times” but said he was only present for one flight.“They were good friends,” Mark Epstein said. “I know [Trump] is trying to distance himself, but they were.” He added that Trump used to comp Epstein’s mother and aunt at one of Trump’s Atlantic City casino hotels. When a Post reporter sought further details, Mark Epstein hung up.
Trump unexpectedly entered the Miss Teen USA dressing room, the reigning Miss Universe, Brook Antoinette Mahealani Lee, recalls Trump asking her about the looks of his daughter Ivanka, who was co-hosting the pageant. “‘Don’t you think my daughter’s hot? She’s hot, right?'” Mahealani Lee recalls Trump saying.
1998
Several models who worked for Epstein associate Jean-Luc Brunel, who allegedly helped procure for him underage girls, tell of being taken to swank parties at Mar-a-Lago. Zoe Brock, a New Zealander who quit Brunel’s agency in Paris in 1991 after, she says, she was on the receiving end of his unwanted sexual advances at age 17, still has the wristband from when, while with another agency, she and other young girls and women were taken together on a bus from Miami to Mar-a-Lago in 1998.At 24, she was one of the eldest women on the bus to Mar-a-Lago, many she is sure were underage.
1999
“And the other interesting thing is Trump had a modeling agency, and Epstein also had a stake in a modeling agency, which they suspect he used to bring in underage girls from overseas,” Brown said. “There is a comment in one of the court files where Epstein is quoted as saying, ‘I want to set up my modeling agency the same way Trump set up his modeling agency.’ I don’t know what that means, but it is curious he was trying to do something similar to Trump.”
2000
“He’s not pretentious,” says Trump. “He’s a lot of fun to be with.” Maxwell seemed to think so too.
'I remember flying on Trump's plane from LaGuardia to Palm Beach, with Trump and Melania and some of his relatives on board,' the writer said.'Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and the girl in question were late for the appointed take off time, which is why I remember it so well.'What I do remember thinking about the girl though is that she was pretty, attractive. She was of an indeterminate age, though I realized she was young - I thought she could be anywhere from 15 to 20.'She seemed to want to go unnoticed, she didn't talk to anybody and decided to be a wallflower while we were on the plane.
2002
Epstein likes to tell people that he’s a loner, a man who’s never touched alcohol or drugs, and one whose nightlife is far from energetic. And yet if you talk to Donald Trump, a different Epstein emerges. “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy,” Trump booms from a speakerphone. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”
Some of the businessmen who dine with him at his home—they include newspaper publisher Mort Zuckerman, banker Louis Ranieri, Revlon chairman Ronald Perelman, real-estate tycoon Leon Black, former Microsoft executive Nathan Myhrvold, Tom Pritzker (of Hyatt Hotels), and real-estate personality Donald Trump—sometimes seem not all that clear as to what he actually does to earn his millions. Certainly, you won’t find Epstein’s transactions written about on Bloomberg or talked about in the trading rooms. “The trading desks don’t seem to know him. It’s unusual for animals that big not to leave any footprints in the snow,” says a high-level investment manager.
2003
Where: East Side townhouseTable seats: 30Guest list: Mort Zuckerman, Google co-founder Sergey Brin, David Blaine, Donald Trump, Leslie Wexner of the Limited, disgraced British Cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, Bill Clinton aide Doug BandMenu: Private chef, though last month Rocco DiSpirito cooked dinner after Epstein bid $50,000 for his services at a Hamptons charity.Make it MY place: Epstein hates restaurants, so he often entertains at home. “The dialogues are so engaging that serving even the most extraordinary food sometimes seems inappropriate, like eating pizza at the ballet,” he says.“I had rich shock!” one stunned guest says about Epstein’s house, which the owner claims is the largest private dwelling in the city. At a recent dinner organized by Ghislaine Maxwell, Blaine amused a group of barely clad models with card tricks. Alas, Clinton—around whom the evening had been organized—never showed, though his Secret Service would have appreciated Epstein’s numerous security cameras.
2004 *UPDATED\*
"Can you imagine the sex with this troubled teen?" said Stern."Yeah, you're probably right," Trump said. "She's probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed. How come the deeply troubled women, you know, deeply, deeply troubled, they're always the best in bed?"
2005
The Trump campaign did not offer a response to either story, but in a 2005 appearance on Howard Stern’s show, Trump bragged about doing exactly what the women describe. “I’ll go backstage before a show, and everyone’s getting dressed and ready and everything else,” he said.
2006
2007
Meanwhile, the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach last night confirmed a Web site report that Epstein has been banned there. “He would use the spa to try to procure girls. But one of them, a masseuse about 18 years old, he tried to get her to do things,” a source told us. “Her father found out about it and went absolutely ape-[bleep]. Epstein’s not allowed back.” Epstein denies he is banned from Mar-a-Lago and says, in fact, he was recently invited to an event there.
Another club member explained that Trump "kicked Epstein out after Epstein harassed the daughter of a member. The way this person described it, such an act could irreparably harm the Trump brand, leaving Donald no choice but to remove Epstein,"A footnote in the book says the authors were shown the club's registry from more than a decade earlier and that Epstein in fact had been a member until October 2007.
Nunberg, told the Times that Trump was well aware of Epstein’s sordid sexual history, but only took action to distance himself after the public found out about his behavior. According to Nunberg, when he tried to raise concerns about Trump’s ties to Epstein during the 2016 campaign, Trump insisted he had sufficiently distanced himself from his former friend, telling Nunberg, “I kicked him out of the clubs when this stuff became public, and I made sure NBC knew.”
2008
2009
He said in a recent interview that he had served subpoenas on many connected people in 2009, and that Trump was “the only person who picked up the phone and said, ‘Let’s just talk. I’ll give you as much time as you want.’”Edwards added that Trump “was very helpful, in the information that he gave,” calling it “good information that checked out and that helped us.” And, he said, Trump “gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever.”
When asked about a subpoena served to Trump in 2009, Garten said it "never happened." The subpoena called for Trump to give a deposition in a case against Epstein; Garten's denial baffled Brad Edwards, one of Virginia Roberts' attorneys."There is no debate over what happened," Edwards told VICE news. "I served Mr. Trump with a subpoena for deposition in 2009. He talked to me voluntarily, and consequently we withdrew the subpoena in light of his voluntarily providing information…. I can't imagine there being any dispute of any of this."
2010
Q: Have you ever had a personal relationship with Donald Trump?A. What do you mean by "personal relationship," sir?Q. Have you socialized with him?A. Yes, sir.Q. Yes?A. Yes, sir.Q. Have you ever socialized with Donald Trump in the presence of females under the age of 18?A: Though I'd like to answer that question, at least today I'm going to have to assert my Fifth, Sixth, and 14th Amendment rights, sir.
2015
In the week or so leading up to his CPAC speech, David Pecker, who owned the Enquirer until it was sold in ruin earlier this year, visited Trump on the 26th floor of Trump Tower, bringing along an issue with a Prince Andrew and Epstein-related cover, according to people familiar with the meeting. Pecker, of course, was in the business of protecting Trump. An early supporter of his presidential campaign, Pecker has helped “catch and kill” at least two stories involving the real estate mogul and women who claimed to have had affairs with him.After the meeting Trump called in Sam Nunberg, then a Trump Organization employee, who saw Pecker leaving Trump’s office. “Michael was sitting in there when I came in, and the issue of the National Enquirer with the pictures of Prince Andrew was on his desk,” Nunberg recalled. “He said not to tell anyone, but that Pecker had just been there and had brought the issue with him. Trump said that Pecker had told him that the pictures of Clinton that Epstein had from his island were worse.” (Cohen, speaking by phone from the Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville, corroborated Nunberg’s version of the events, though he declined to add any additional information about the meeting.)During the meeting with Pecker, Trump went on about how Epstein was known for this behavior, according to a person familiar with the conversation.
2017
Back in 2008, when Alex Acosta was U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida, his office secretly cut a sweetheart deal for child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Now Acosta has been watching as increasingly damning evidence piles up, revealing that he was responsible for letting Epstein off the hook the first time around
2018
Mr. Epstein called and asked if I’d like to have dinner that Saturday with him and Woody Allen. I said I’d be out of town. A few weeks after that, he asked me to join him for dinner with the author Michael Wolff and Donald J. Trump’s former adviser, Steve Bannon.
Barr was asked if he would investigate the handling of a decade-old Florida plea deal that let Epstein escape responsibility for his conduct. He said he thought his former law firm was involved in the case so he might have to recuse.
2019
“I can understand people who immediately, whose minds went to sort of the worst-case scenario because it was a perfect storm of screw-ups,” Barr told the AP
2020
The president bolstered his legal team Friday with attorneys Alan Dershowitz and Kenneth Starr, who helped Epstein evade prison time in a now infamously lenient plea deal with Palm Beach prosecutors. Epstein originally faced multiple charges of soliciting and trafficking underage girls, but escaped with just 13 months of house arrest in a deal that caused Trump’s Labor Secretary Alex Acosta to resign under pressure last year.Barr’s father was the headmaster of an elite New York City school that hired college dropout Epstein to teach math and physics. Do these circumstances amount to a conflict of interest requiring mandatory recusal? Barr, apparently after consulting with career ethics officials at DOJ, concluded they did not.
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Trumps Knowledge of Epstein:
Trump was warned about Epstein as early as 1992 by George Houraney. Source
Trump does not distance himself or make negative statements about Epstein or Prince Andrew until after tabloid stories about Epstein are published in 2006.
Epstein and Maxwell have a history back to at least 1992 with Trump
Clear evidence shows Epstein, Maxwell, and Trump together at Mar-A-Lago and in NYC. A mountain of photographs and tabloid articles spanning many years and many events together.
Epstein, Maxwell, and Trump flew together on more than one occasion, on Epstein's Gulfstream and on Trump's 727.
Epstein's black book contained contact info for Trump in 2004.
14 phone numbers for Donald Trump, including emergency numbers, “Trump Security,” “Howard Wilson Houseman,” Trump's former wife Ivana, his daughter Ivanka, and his brother Robert. Source
Trump praised Epstein and wishes Maxwell well
Trump's harshest words? “I’m not a fan of his,” the president said. And outright lies that Epstein was not a member of Mar-A-Lago, easily disproved. Source 1 Source 2
Trump doubles down on well-wishes for alleged sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell Source
Trump's Mar-A-Lago was used by Maxwell and Epstein to recruit underage Virginia Roberts:
Roberts case
*UPDATE* Inside Donald Trump’s One-Stop Parties: Attendees Recall Cocaine and Very Young Models
The girls were as young as 15, he says, and “over their heads, they had no idea, and they ended up in situations. There were always dramas because the men threw money and drugs at them to keep them enticed. It’s based on power and dominating girls who can’t push back and can be discarded. There’s always someone to pick them back up. Nobody wants to call home and say ‘Help me.’”
Trump would “go from room to room,” said the photographer, who added that “I was there to party myself. It was guys with younger girls, sex, a lot of sex, a lot of cocaine, top-shelf liquor” but no smoking. Trump didn’t approve of cigarettes. Source
*UPDATED* Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein partied together. Then an oceanfront Palm Beach mansion came between them in 2004.
[I]n 2004, they were suddenly rivals, each angling to snag a choice Palm Beach property, an oceanfront manse called Maison de l’Amitie — the House of Friendship — that was being sold out of bankruptcy. “They knew each other a long time,” said Sam Nunberg, a former Trump aide who said he pressed the candidate about his ties to Epstein in late 2014 as the real estate mogul considered a White House run. “Bottom line, Donald would hang out with Epstein because he was rich.”
Epstein, asked in a 2010 deposition if he had ever socialized with Trump, responded: “Yes, sir.”
It is unclear whether Trump and Epstein were in contact after the house sale. That month, Trump left two messages for Epstein at his home in Palm Beach, according to records obtained by Vice News — the last known interaction between the two men.
On Nov. 28, 2004 — less than two weeks after the mansion auction — Palm Beach police fielded a tip that young women were seen coming and going from Epstein’s home, then-Police Chief Michael Reiter said in a deposition. Reiter declined to comment.
Four months later, in March 2005, police received a complaint from a woman who alleged that her 15-year-old stepdaughter had been paid $300 by Epstein to massage the financier while partially undressed, according to the police report. The Palm Beach police investigation identified more than a dozen possible victims, the report shows.
In 2006, a Palm Beach grand jury returned an indictment against Epstein of a single count of soliciting a prostitute. Epstein pleaded not guilty. That July, news organizations first reported that Palm Beach police had investigated Epstein for unlawful sex with minors and wanted the FBI to take up the case.
In late 2007, the New York Post reported that Epstein had been barred from visiting Mar-a-Lago, which Epstein at the time denied. Source
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2021.12.03 17:19 sierracowboy A Timeline of Epstein and Trump

Late 1980's
Trump told New York magazine in 2002 that he had known Epstein for 15 years, suggesting they met around 1987.
Source
1989
1990
Trump reportedly told a former adviser, Roger Stone, that when he visited Epstein's home the pool was filled with girls. Trump said he thought it was nice that Epstein let "the neighborhood kids use his pool".
Q. Now, Mr. Trump had a home in Palm Beach, correct?A. Uh-huh.Q. So he didn't come and stay there, did he?A. No, never.Q. He would come for a meal?A. He would come, have dinner. He never sat at the table. He eat with me in the kitchen.Q. Did he ever have massages while he was there?A. No. Because he's got his own spa.
1991
Stacy Wilkes competed in the 1991 [Look of the Year] contest as a sixteen-year-old, representing the United States. She remembers Trump coming into their dressing area during the contest, more than once. “I would feel really uncomfortable, because every time we would change, it was like Trump would find a reason to come backstage to see all the teenagers,” she told us. “When you’re doing a runway show, they have to strip you down and change you....There was no need for him to be back there.” Trump never tried to justify his presence backstage but would just walk in and start making jokes. The girls didn’t feel that they were free to complain. “We were afraid to say anything bad when he was around because we didn’t want anything to hurt our chances of winning,” Wilkes said. “We were all young teenagers.” Wilkes’s roommate ended up spending the night with one of the celebrity judges, Wilkes said, and later won one of the prizes.“He was gropey...he had his hands in the most inappropriate places, always,” [NaKina] Carr said. [Editor’s note: NaKina Carr was working as a runway model for Oscar de la Renta.] “When he went in to kiss someone, the hand always went to either the hip or the butt. He was also really good when he did pictures or when he’d side-hug someone. He’d always get his hand on the boob. Every time.” Stories about Trump and his hands circulated within the modeling community. At one modeling event, Trump allegedly went down a line of women feeling their bodies to guess their dress size. Backstage at a lingerie show, he is said to have moved his hands all over a model’s breasts under the guise of inspecting the bra’s fabric.
1992
In 1992, the women were flown in for a "calendar girl" competition that Trump had requested, the former Trump associate, George Houraney, told The Times."At the very first party, I said, 'Who's coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming,'" Houraney said. "It was him and Epstein."He added: "I said: 'Donald, this is supposed to be a party with VIPs. You're telling me it's you and Epstein?'"Houraney also apparently once warned Trump about Epstein."Look, Donald, I know Jeff really well, I can't have him going after younger girls," Houraney recalled telling Trump. "He said: 'Look I'm putting my name on this. I wouldn't put my name on it and have a scandal.'"Houraney had a falling out with Trump after his girlfriend accused Trump of making unwanted sexual advances in the early 1990s.
1994
The Plaintiff, Katie Johnson, alleges she was subject to extreme sexual and physical abuse by the Defendants, Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein, including forcible rape during a four month time span covering the months of June-September 1994 when Plaintiff Johnson was still only a minor of age 13.The Plaintiff, Katie Johnson, alleges she was enticed by promises of money and a modeling career to attend a series of underage sex parties held at the New York City residence of Defendant Jeffrey E. Epstein and attended by Defendant Donald J. Trump.
1995
1996
Trump entered the Miss Teen USA changing room where girls as young as 15 were in various states of undress.“He just came strolling right in,” Dixon said. “There was no second to put a robe on or any sort of clothing or anything. Some girls were topless. Others girls were naked. Our first introduction to him was when we were at the dress rehearsal and half-naked changing into our bikinis.”
1997
In an interview last week with The Post, Mark Epstein said Trump flew on the plane “numerous times” but said he was only present for one flight.“They were good friends,” Mark Epstein said. “I know [Trump] is trying to distance himself, but they were.” He added that Trump used to comp Epstein’s mother and aunt at one of Trump’s Atlantic City casino hotels. When a Post reporter sought further details, Mark Epstein hung up.
Trump unexpectedly entered the Miss Teen USA dressing room, the reigning Miss Universe, Brook Antoinette Mahealani Lee, recalls Trump asking her about the looks of his daughter Ivanka, who was co-hosting the pageant. “‘Don’t you think my daughter’s hot? She’s hot, right?'” Mahealani Lee recalls Trump saying.
1998
Several models who worked for Epstein associate Jean-Luc Brunel, who allegedly helped procure for him underage girls, tell of being taken to swank parties at Mar-a-Lago. Zoe Brock, a New Zealander who quit Brunel’s agency in Paris in 1991 after, she says, she was on the receiving end of his unwanted sexual advances at age 17, still has the wristband from when, while with another agency, she and other young girls and women were taken together on a bus from Miami to Mar-a-Lago in 1998.At 24, she was one of the eldest women on the bus to Mar-a-Lago, many she is sure were underage.
1999
“And the other interesting thing is Trump had a modeling agency, and Epstein also had a stake in a modeling agency, which they suspect he used to bring in underage girls from overseas,” Brown said. “There is a comment in one of the court files where Epstein is quoted as saying, ‘I want to set up my modeling agency the same way Trump set up his modeling agency.’ I don’t know what that means, but it is curious he was trying to do something similar to Trump.”
2000
“He’s not pretentious,” says Trump. “He’s a lot of fun to be with.” Maxwell seemed to think so too.
'I remember flying on Trump's plane from LaGuardia to Palm Beach, with Trump and Melania and some of his relatives on board,' the writer said.'Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and the girl in question were late for the appointed take off time, which is why I remember it so well.'What I do remember thinking about the girl though is that she was pretty, attractive. She was of an indeterminate age, though I realized she was young - I thought she could be anywhere from 15 to 20.'She seemed to want to go unnoticed, she didn't talk to anybody and decided to be a wallflower while we were on the plane.
2002
Epstein likes to tell people that he’s a loner, a man who’s never touched alcohol or drugs, and one whose nightlife is far from energetic. And yet if you talk to Donald Trump, a different Epstein emerges. “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy,” Trump booms from a speakerphone. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”
Some of the businessmen who dine with him at his home—they include newspaper publisher Mort Zuckerman, banker Louis Ranieri, Revlon chairman Ronald Perelman, real-estate tycoon Leon Black, former Microsoft executive Nathan Myhrvold, Tom Pritzker (of Hyatt Hotels), and real-estate personality Donald Trump—sometimes seem not all that clear as to what he actually does to earn his millions. Certainly, you won’t find Epstein’s transactions written about on Bloomberg or talked about in the trading rooms. “The trading desks don’t seem to know him. It’s unusual for animals that big not to leave any footprints in the snow,” says a high-level investment manager.
2003
Where: East Side townhouseTable seats: 30Guest list: Mort Zuckerman, Google co-founder Sergey Brin, David Blaine, Donald Trump, Leslie Wexner of the Limited, disgraced British Cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, Bill Clinton aide Doug BandMenu: Private chef, though last month Rocco DiSpirito cooked dinner after Epstein bid $50,000 for his services at a Hamptons charity.Make it MY place: Epstein hates restaurants, so he often entertains at home. “The dialogues are so engaging that serving even the most extraordinary food sometimes seems inappropriate, like eating pizza at the ballet,” he says.“I had rich shock!” one stunned guest says about Epstein’s house, which the owner claims is the largest private dwelling in the city. At a recent dinner organized by Ghislaine Maxwell, Blaine amused a group of barely clad models with card tricks. Alas, Clinton—around whom the evening had been organized—never showed, though his Secret Service would have appreciated Epstein’s numerous security cameras.
2004
"Can you imagine the sex with this troubled teen?" said Stern."Yeah, you're probably right," Trump said. "She's probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed. How come the deeply troubled women, you know, deeply, deeply troubled, they're always the best in bed?"
2005
The Trump campaign did not offer a response to either story, but in a 2005 appearance on Howard Stern’s show, Trump bragged about doing exactly what the women describe. “I’ll go backstage before a show, and everyone’s getting dressed and ready and everything else,” he said.
2006
2007
Meanwhile, the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach last night confirmed a Web site report that Epstein has been banned there. “He would use the spa to try to procure girls. But one of them, a masseuse about 18 years old, he tried to get her to do things,” a source told us. “Her father found out about it and went absolutely ape-[bleep]. Epstein’s not allowed back.” Epstein denies he is banned from Mar-a-Lago and says, in fact, he was recently invited to an event there.
Another club member explained that Trump "kicked Epstein out after Epstein harassed the daughter of a member. The way this person described it, such an act could irreparably harm the Trump brand, leaving Donald no choice but to remove Epstein,"A footnote in the book says the authors were shown the club's registry from more than a decade earlier and that Epstein in fact had been a member until October 2007.
Nunberg, told the Times that Trump was well aware of Epstein’s sordid sexual history, but only took action to distance himself after the public found out about his behavior. According to Nunberg, when he tried to raise concerns about Trump’s ties to Epstein during the 2016 campaign, Trump insisted he had sufficiently distanced himself from his former friend, telling Nunberg, “I kicked him out of the clubs when this stuff became public, and I made sure NBC knew.”
2008
2009
He said in a recent interview that he had served subpoenas on many connected people in 2009, and that Trump was “the only person who picked up the phone and said, ‘Let’s just talk. I’ll give you as much time as you want.’”Edwards added that Trump “was very helpful, in the information that he gave,” calling it “good information that checked out and that helped us.” And, he said, Trump “gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever.”
When asked about a subpoena served to Trump in 2009, Garten said it "never happened." The subpoena called for Trump to give a deposition in a case against Epstein; Garten's denial baffled Brad Edwards, one of Virginia Roberts' attorneys."There is no debate over what happened," Edwards told VICE news. "I served Mr. Trump with a subpoena for deposition in 2009. He talked to me voluntarily, and consequently we withdrew the subpoena in light of his voluntarily providing information…. I can't imagine there being any dispute of any of this."
2010
Q: Have you ever had a personal relationship with Donald Trump?A. What do you mean by "personal relationship," sir?Q. Have you socialized with him?A. Yes, sir.Q. Yes?A. Yes, sir.Q. Have you ever socialized with Donald Trump in the presence of females under the age of 18?A: Though I'd like to answer that question, at least today I'm going to have to assert my Fifth, Sixth, and 14th Amendment rights, sir.
2015
In the week or so leading up to his CPAC speech, David Pecker, who owned the Enquirer until it was sold in ruin earlier this year, visited Trump on the 26th floor of Trump Tower, bringing along an issue with a Prince Andrew and Epstein-related cover, according to people familiar with the meeting. Pecker, of course, was in the business of protecting Trump. An early supporter of his presidential campaign, Pecker has helped “catch and kill” at least two stories involving the real estate mogul and women who claimed to have had affairs with him.After the meeting Trump called in Sam Nunberg, then a Trump Organization employee, who saw Pecker leaving Trump’s office. “Michael was sitting in there when I came in, and the issue of the National Enquirer with the pictures of Prince Andrew was on his desk,” Nunberg recalled. “He said not to tell anyone, but that Pecker had just been there and had brought the issue with him. Trump said that Pecker had told him that the pictures of Clinton that Epstein had from his island were worse.” (Cohen, speaking by phone from the Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville, corroborated Nunberg’s version of the events, though he declined to add any additional information about the meeting.)During the meeting with Pecker, Trump went on about how Epstein was known for this behavior, according to a person familiar with the conversation.
2017
Back in 2008, when Alex Acosta was U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida, his office secretly cut a sweetheart deal for child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Now Acosta has been watching as increasingly damning evidence piles up, revealing that he was responsible for letting Epstein off the hook the first time around
2018
Mr. Epstein called and asked if I’d like to have dinner that Saturday with him and Woody Allen. I said I’d be out of town. A few weeks after that, he asked me to join him for dinner with the author Michael Wolff and Donald J. Trump’s former adviser, Steve Bannon.
Barr was asked if he would investigate the handling of a decade-old Florida plea deal that let Epstein escape responsibility for his conduct. He said he thought his former law firm was involved in the case so he might have to recuse.
2019
“I can understand people who immediately, whose minds went to sort of the worst-case scenario because it was a perfect storm of screw-ups,” Barr told the AP
2020
The president bolstered his legal team Friday with attorneys Alan Dershowitz and Kenneth Starr, who helped Epstein evade prison time in a now infamously lenient plea deal with Palm Beach prosecutors. Epstein originally faced multiple charges of soliciting and trafficking underage girls, but escaped with just 13 months of house arrest in a deal that caused Trump’s Labor Secretary Alex Acosta to resign under pressure last year.Barr’s father was the headmaster of an elite New York City school that hired college dropout Epstein to teach math and physics. Do these circumstances amount to a conflict of interest requiring mandatory recusal? Barr, apparently after consulting with career ethics officials at DOJ, concluded they did not.
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Trumps Knowledge of Epstein:
Trump was warned about Epstein as early as 1992 by George Houraney. Source
Trump does not distance himself or make negative statements about Epstein or Prince Andrew until after tabloid stories about Epstein are published in 2006.
Epstein and Maxwell have a history back to at least 1992 with Trump
Clear evidence shows Epstein, Maxwell, and Trump together at Mar-A-Lago and in NYC. A mountain of photographs and tabloid articles spanning many years and many events together.
Epstein, Maxwell, and Trump flew together on more than one occasion, on Epstein's Gulfstream and on Trump's 727.
Epstein's black book contained contact info for Trump in 2004.
14 phone numbers for Donald Trump, including emergency numbers, “Trump Security,” “Howard Wilson Houseman,” Trump's former wife Ivana, his daughter Ivanka, and his brother Robert. Source
Trump praised Epstein and wishes Maxwell well
Trump's harshest words? “I’m not a fan of his,” the president said. And outright lies that Epstein was not a member of Mar-A-Lago, easily disproved. Source 1 Source 2
Trump doubles down on well-wishes for alleged sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell Source
Trump's Mar-A-Lago was used by Maxwell and Epstein to recruit underage Virginia Roberts:
Roberts case
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-check w/your health insurance on coverage and copays-use a provider of your choice OR look below for options-Penn State Health On Demand (NOT directly connected to UHS, the Penn State campus health center) https://www.pennstatehealth.org/get-care-now/ondemand-care/penn-state-health-ondemand-CVS MinuteClinic telehealth https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/virtual-care/video-visit-pediatric specialists seem to do telehealth with not-before-seen patients up in college age range...such as www.chop.edu and www.nemours.org perhaps even 24/7-Teladoc https://www.teladoc.com-Doctor on Demand https://www.doctorondemand.com/ -GoodRx https://www.goodrx.com/care-Mt. Nittany Medical Center has a Virtual ER service https://www.mountnittany.org/virtualER and https://www.mountnittany.org/top-virtual-er-faqs

PENN STATE UHS - UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES (on campus Student Health Center)

by appt. only/no walk-in

On campus outpatient Student Health Center including the treatment of medically urgent problems and ongoing health concerns; preventative care; education; and resources to help students live a healthy lifestyle. https://studentaffairs.psu.edu/health Phone: 814-863-0774 After-hours 24/7 advice nurse: 814-863-4463 Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) Hours: M/Tu/Th/Fr 8A-5P; We 9A-5P, Sa 11A-3P; Pharmacy curbside pick-up is available M-F 8A-5P 5:00; COVID Box testing hours: M-F 815A-430P, Sa 9A-3P; Labor Day: 11A-3P; Closed on many major holidays & during Univ. closures/breaks. Scheduling https://studentaffairs.psu.edu/health/myuhs

MOUNT NITTANY MEDICAL CENTER / HEALTH SYSTEM

-Mount Nittany Medical Center (MNMC) - hospital ER 1800 East Park Ave., State College, PA 16803 Phone: 814.231.7000 Toll-free: 866.757.2317 In an emergency, dial 911. The EEmergency Dept. is open 24 hours a day. For basic care or if you have additional questions about emergency care, call 814.231.7000. Basic care hours are 11:00 am to 11:00 pm daily.-Virtual ER https://www.mountnittany.org/virtualER and https://www.mountnittany.org/top-virtual-er-faqs-Penn State students: https://www.mountnittany.org/patient-information/for-penn-state-students-also Primary & Specialty Physicians practices-see website for details https://www.mountnittany.org/-contacts/locations/patient portal/find a provider : https://www.mountnittany.org/contact-us

GEISINGER LEWISTOWN HOSPITAL / HEALTH SYSTEM

Geisinger Lewistown Hospital - hospital ER, 400 Highland Ave., Lewistown, PA 17044 717-248-5411 https://www.geisinger.org/patient-care/find-a-location/geisinger-lewistown-hospital

GEISINGER CONVENIENTCARE (urgent care centers in or near State College)

best if you make appt. online / walk ins can incur long waits https://www.geisinger.org/get-care-nowhttps://www.geisinger.org/patient-care/find-a-location/urgent-care-wait-times

GEISINGER HEALTHPLEX STATE COLLEGE (in Porta Matilda)

Very large / diverse multi-specialty clinic in the Geisinger Health System located approx. 13 miles from State College. https://locations.geisinger.org/details.cfm?id=102 Geisinger Healthplex State College, 132 Abigail Lane, Port Matilda, PA 16870 Phone/Appts: 800-230-4565. Operators avail M-F 7A-7P, Sa/Su 730P-4P; Geisinger Pharmacy 814-272-1006; Laboratory 814-272-5014; Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine 814-272-6754; Office Hours vary by facility & specialty such as Lab, Radiology/Imaging (XR, US, CT, MRI, MM), Orthopaedics, Chiropractic, Family Medicine, Other Specialties

MEDEXPRESS URGENT CARE (in State College)

1613 N Atherton St, Suite B, State College, PA Phone: (814) 238-1066 Hours M-Su 8A-8P https://www.medexpress.com Virtual visits https://www.medexpress.com/virtual-visits.html Call 1-888 759-1868 to start process to get a virtual appointment, they will email you.

FOOD, OTC-MEDS, AND SUNDRIES SHOPPING & DELIVERIES

NEARBY PHARMACIES/OTC's

NOTE: CVS/DoorDash have a partnership for delivery of orders https://www.doordash.com/business/cvs-412816/

GROCERY STORES IN STATE COLLEGE (OTC meds and in-store pharmacies)

Giant Food Stores, 2121 South Atherton Street, State College PA 16801 Phone: (814) 861-2578 https://giantfoodstores.comGiant Food Stores, 255 Northland Center, State College PA 16803 Phone: (814) 237-1828 https://giantfoodstores.comTarget, 201 West Beaver Avenue, State College PA 16801 Phone: (814) 308-5876 https://www.target.comWalmart Supercenter, 1665 N Atherton St, State College, PA 16803 Phone: (814) 237-8401 https://www.walmart.comWalmart Supercenter, 373 Benner Pike, State College, PA 16801 Phone: 814-235-9306 https://www.walmart.comWegman's 345 Colonnade Blvd, State College, PA 16803 Phone: (814) 278-9000 https://www.wegman.com Weis Market, 1471 Martin Street, State College PA 16803 Phone: (814) 237-2500 https://www.weismarkets.comWeis Market, 560 Westerly Parkway, State College PA 16801 Phone: (814) 238-1821 https://www.weismarkets.comWeis Markets, 110 Rolling Ridge Drive, State College PA 16801 Phone: (814) 231-8397 https://www.weismarkets.com

PENN STATE HEALTH - SELECT MEDICAL PRACTICES (also see PSH On-Demand medicine above)

https://www.pennstatehealth.org/centre-county

UPMC MEDICAL CENTER (ALTOONA) / HEALTH SYSTEM

UPMC Altoona, 620 Howard Ave., Altoona, PA 16601 814-889-2011 Approx. 40 miles from State College. Part of the nationally-recognized University of Pittsburgh (UPMC) health care system, UPMC Altoona is a nonprofit community health care provider with a 380-bed acute-care teaching hospital, several state-of-the-art outpatient centers, a surgery center, and a large local network of health care providers covering over 20 different specialties, with locations across six Pennsylvania counties. UPMC Altoona offers access to the latest diagnostic procedures, evidence-based therapies, and leading-edge treatments. https://www.upmc.com/locations/hospitals/altoonaUPMC Family Medicine Practices in State CollegeDr. Stephen J. Pandolph, 611 University Drive, Suite 210, State College, PA 16801 814-234-2007Dr. Robert Mooney, 611 University Drive, Suite 215, State College, PA 16801 814-234-4811

CVIM - CENTRE VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE (must be eligible)

Centre Volunteers in Medicine, 2520 Green Tech Drive, Suite D, State College, PA 16803 Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) Phone: (814)231-4043 Fax: (814)272-7167 To determine eligibility and make appointments call 814-231-4043 Hours: M-Th 830A-430P, Fr 830A-4P https://cvim.net/ Centre Volunteers in Medicine is a free medical and dental clinic. CVIM provides access to primary and preventive medical and dental care for individuals living in Centre County and those working in Centre County who live in surrounding counties that do not have a free clinic or programs to meet their needs. All patients must meet eligibility criteria. We also provide referrals to specialists as necessary and make referrals to other social services.
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2021.09.15 16:19 enterprisevalue Ontario September 15th update: 593 Cases, 5 Deaths, 33,220 tests (1.79% pos.), 🏥 ICUs: 188 (-4 vs. yest.) (-6 vs. last week). 💉35,691 admin, 84.61% / 78.33% (+0.12% / +0.15%) of 12+ at least one/two dosed, 🛡️ 12+ Cases by Vax (un/part/full): 11.52 / 5.09 / 1.47 (All: 4.00) per 100k

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2021-09-15.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
  • Throwback Ontario September 15 update: 251 New Cases, 117 Recoveries, 4 Deaths, 27,664 tests (0.91% positive), Current ICUs: 26 (+2 vs. yesterday) (+1 vs. last week)
Testing data: - Source
  • Backlog: 18,006 (+865), 33,220 tests completed (2,439.3 per 100k in week) 34,085 swabbed
  • Positive rate (Day/Week/Prev Week): 1.79% / 2.79% / 3.15% - Chart
Episode date data (day/week/prev. week) - Cases by episode date and historical averages of episode date
  • New cases with episode dates in last 3 days: 273 / 317 / 333 (-45 vs. yesterday week avg)
  • New cases - episode dates in last 7 days: 460 / 553 / 545 (-88 vs. yesterday week avg)
  • New cases - episode dates in last 30 days: 595 / 720 / 726 (-120 vs. yesterday week avg)
  • New cases - ALL episode dates: 593 / 722 / 732 (-123 vs. yesterday week avg)
Other data:
LTC Data:
Vaccine effectiveness data: (assumed 14 days to effectiveness) Source
Metric Unvax_All Unvax_12+ Partial Full Unknown
Cases - today 348 250 44 146 55
Cases Per 100k - today 8.71 11.52 5.09 1.47 -
Risk vs. full - today 5.95x 7.86x 3.48x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - today - - 55.8% 87.3% -
Avg daily Per 100k - week 10.96 14.38 3.76 1.87 -
Risk vs. full - week 5.87x 7.70x 2.02x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - week - - 73.8% 87.0% -
ICU - count 116 n/a 10 10 52
ICU per mill 29.04 - 11.57 1.00 -
ICU % less risk vs. unvax - - 60.1% 96.5% -
ICU risk vs. full 28.94x - 11.53x 1.00x -
Non_ICU Hosp - count 148 n/a 7 35 -
Non_ICU Hosp per mill 37.06 - 8.10 3.51 -
Non_ICU Hosp % less risk vs. unvax - - 78.1% 90.5% -
Non_ICU Hosp risk vs. full 10.55x - 2.31x 1.00x -
**Age group per 100k - today:
0-11 4.75 - 0.00 0.00 -
12-17 12.90 - 1.00 0.47 -
18-39 13.39 - 7.50 2.25 -
40-59 9.65 - 4.28 1.60 -
60-79 11.01 - 2.38 0.65 -
80+ 5.56 - 0.00 1.45 -
Vaccines - detailed data: Source
  • Total administered: 21,247,717 (+35,691 / +223,827 in last day/week)
  • First doses administered: 11,031,766 (+15,171 / +97,110 in last day/week)
  • Second doses administered: 10,215,951 (+20,520 / +126,717 in last day/week)
  • 85.12% / 79.27% of all adult Ontarians have received at least one / both dose(s) to date
  • 74.43% / 68.92% of all Ontarians have received at least one / both dose(s) to date (0.10% / 0.14% today, 0.66% / 0.85% in last week)
  • 84.61% / 78.33% of eligible 12+ Ontarians have received at least one / both dose(s) to date (0.12% / 0.16% today, 0.75% / 0.97% in last week)
  • To date, 26,174,971 vaccines have been delivered to Ontario (last updated September 9) - Source
  • There are 4,927,254 unused vaccines which will take 154.1 days to administer based on the current 7 day average of 31,975 /day
  • Ontario's population is 14,822,201 as published here. Age group populations as provided by the MOH here
  • Vaccine uptake report (updated weekly) incl. vaccination coverage by PHUs - link
Random vaccine stats
  • Assuming that second doses will follow the pace of the 1st doses: We crossed today's second dose percentage in first doses on July 16, 2021, and the 80% first dose threshold on July 29, 2021, 13 days later. In this projection, we will reach the 80% second dose threshold on September 28, 2021
  • 35,691 is NOT a prime number but it is 38 lower than the next prime number and 14 higher than the previous prime number. The prime factorization of this is {31, 118971}
  • The last date we had a prime number of doses was September 14 (1 days ago), when we had 28,657 doses
  • To date, we have had 16 prime daily vaccine counts, (6.13% of the total vaccine count days). Between the lowest and highest vaccine counts this week, 9.75% of numbers are prime
Vaccine data (by age ) - Charts of first doses and second doses
Age First doses Second doses First Dose % (day/week) Second Dose % (day/week)
12-17yrs 1,972 2,484 78.08% (+0.21% / +1.35%) 66.78% (+0.26% / +1.79%)
18-29yrs 4,760 6,099 77.65% (+0.19% / +1.26%) 67.44% (+0.25% / +1.53%)
30-39yrs 3,357 4,275 79.73% (+0.16% / +1.03%) 71.90% (+0.21% / +1.24%)
40-49yrs 2,117 2,887 82.84% (+0.11% / +0.73%) 77.00% (+0.15% / +0.96%)
50-59yrs 1,537 2,391 85.25% (+0.07% / +0.48%) 80.97% (+0.12% / +0.71%)
60-69yrs 904 1,487 92.20% (+0.05% / +0.31%) 89.21% (+0.08% / +0.48%)
70-79yrs 345 597 95.67% (+0.03% / +0.19%) 93.53% (+0.05% / +0.30%)
80+ yrs 175 294 97.67% (+0.03% / +0.13%) 94.73% (+0.04% / +0.23%)
Unknown 4 6 0.03% (+0.00% / +0.00%) 0.02% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
Total - 18+ 13,195 18,030 85.12% (+0.11% / +0.70%) 79.27% (+0.15% / +0.91%)
Total - 12+ 15,167 20,000 84.61% (+0.12% / +0.74%) 78.33% (+0.15% / +0.92%)
Schools data: - (latest data as of September 15) - Source
  • 168 new cases (145/23 student/staff split). 299 (6.2% of all) schools have active cases. 0 schools currently closed.
  • Top 10 municipalities by number of schools with active cases (number of cases)):
  • Ottawa: 44 (94), Toronto: 27 (38), Hamilton: 20 (28), Windsor: 16 (32), Guelph: 11 (12), Mississauga: 11 (18), London: 7 (14), Cambridge: 7 (18), Kitchener: 6 (6), Brampton: 6 (9),
  • Schools with 5+ active cases: Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School (9) (Ottawa), David Maxwell Public School (8) (Windsor), Avenue Road Public School (8) (Cambridge), École élémentaire catholique Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau (7) (Ottawa), École élémentaire publique Michaëlle-Jean (6) (Ottawa), École secondaire catholique Franco-Cité (6) (Ottawa), Burnhamthorpe Public School (6) (Mississauga), Holy Family School (6) (Caledon), Prince of Wales Public School (5) (Thorold), École élémentaire catholique Saint-François-d'Assise (5) (Ottawa), St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School (5) (Hamilton),
Child care centre data: - (latest data as of September 15) - Source
  • 34 / 194 new cases in the last day/week
  • There are currently 113 centres with cases (2.09% of all)
  • 5 centres closed in the last day. 12 centres are currently closed
  • LCCs with 5+ active cases: Discovery School-Based Child Care Program of Kingsville Inc. - Kingsville (32) (Kingsville), Tiny Hoppers - Newmarket (9) (Newmarket), RisingOaks Early Learning - St. Brigid (8) (North Dumfries), The Little School Daycare - Orleans (7) (Ottawa), La Coccinelle - Des Sentiers (6) (Ottawa), Together We Grow Learning and Child Care Center (6) (Vaughan), Alexander's Daycare Center (5) (Windsor), ABC Day Nursery of Windsor - Somme (5) (Windsor), Anna's Day Care Centre (5) (Niagara Falls), Olivia DiMaio Early Childhood Education Centre - Sprucewood (5) (Lasalle),
Outbreak data (latest data as of September 14)- Source and Definitions
  • New outbreak cases: 1
  • New outbreak cases (groups with 2+):
  • 149 active cases in outbreaks (+5 vs. last week)
  • Major categories with active cases (vs. last week): Workplace - Other: 32(-5), Child care: 22(+1), Other recreation: 13(+0), Retirement Homes: 7(+2), Workplace - Farm: 7(+3), Retail: 7(+2), Group Home/Supportive Housing: 6(+1),
Postal Code Data - Source - latest data as of September 04 - updated weekly
This list is postal codes with the highest positive rates
  • N8T: 13.6% M3K: 13.5% N8W: 13.4% N9Y: 12.7% N9C: 12.6% N6E: 12.5% L2A: 11.5%
  • N8Y: 11.1% L7E: 10.7% N9A: 10.7% N8H: 9.9% N9G: 9.8% N0R: 9.5% L7B: 9.4%
  • N8R: 9.3% L2G: 9.3% L8K: 9.2% L9V: 8.9% L8W: 8.8% N8S: 8.7% P0B: 8.6%
  • L8J: 8.5% L2V: 8.4% L8E: 8.4% L8V: 8.2% L1L: 8.1% L9A: 8.0% L6V: 8.0%
  • N8N: 7.9% P1P: 7.8% N8P: 7.8% N9B: 7.7% L0S: 7.7% N7M: 7.6% L4H: 7.5%
  • L4L: 7.4% L8T: 7.3% L2P: 7.3% N9E: 7.3% N1L: 7.1% N2A: 6.9% L6T: 6.8%
  • P1H: 6.8% N8X: 6.8% L9Z: 6.8% N9J: 6.6% M9A: 6.5% L0C: 6.5% N9H: 6.5%
  • N2R: 6.5% N9V: 6.3% L2H: 6.3% M9V: 6.3% M8Z: 6.2% L4W: 6.1% M1X: 6.1%
  • P0H: 6.1% L4K: 6.0% N0P: 6.0% K4K: 6.0% N4T: 5.9% L6Z: 5.9% N0A: 5.9%
  • L4Y: 5.9% L7J: 5.8% L9B: 5.8% P2A: 5.7% K1J: 5.7% L9R: 5.7% L8H: 5.6%
  • L3K: 5.6% M1K: 5.5% L6P: 5.5% N2B: 5.5% L9C: 5.5% L2E: 5.4% M9W: 5.4%
  • K4A: 5.3% K4M: 5.3% M1B: 5.2% L6X: 5.0% L5A: 5.0% L6S: 5.0% N5V: 5.0%
  • L8L: 4.9% N3P: 4.9% M3A: 4.9% L2N: 4.9% K0C: 4.9% K6A: 4.9% N3R: 4.8%
  • L5H: 4.8% M6L: 4.8% N3W: 4.8% M1H: 4.8% L5B: 4.8% L4G: 4.8% M9M: 4.7%
  • M1W: 4.7% M6N: 4.7% M6A: 4.7% M6M: 4.7% L3X: 4.7% L6K: 4.7% L9K: 4.6%
Global Vaccine Comparison: - doses administered per 100 people (% with at least 1 dose / both doses), to date (ignoring 3rd doses) - Full list on Tab 6 - Source
  • Spain: 155.4 (79.7/75.8), China: 149.4 (?/?), Canada: 143.4 (74.7/68.7), Italy: 137.3 (72.8/64.5),
  • France: 136.6 (73.4/63.3), United Kingdom: 135.7 (71.0/64.7), Israel: 132.2 (68.9/63.3), Mongolia: 131.1 (67.5/63.6),
  • Sweden: 130.5 (69.3/61.2), Germany: 128.0 (66.1/61.9), European Union: 126.4 (65.9/60.5), Japan: 117.1 (64.7/52.4),
  • United States: 115.7 (62.4/53.3), Saudi Arabia: 113.3 (64.8/48.5), Turkey: 109.2 (61.1/48.1), South Korea: 107.8 (67.4/40.4),
  • Argentina: 103.6 (63.1/40.5), Brazil: 102.4 (67.2/35.3), Australia: 89.5 (55.2/34.3), Mexico: 77.6 (47.0/30.6),
  • Russia: 59.0 (31.6/27.4), India: 54.0 (41.0/13.0), Indonesia: 42.3 (26.9/15.4), Iran: 41.2 (27.0/14.2),
  • Pakistan: 33.6 (23.4/10.2), Vietnam: 30.9 (25.2/5.7), South Africa: 30.8 (18.4/12.4), Bangladesh: 21.2 (12.7/8.4),
  • Egypt: 11.9 (7.2/4.7), Ethiopia: 2.8 (2.0/0.8), Nigeria: 2.7 (1.9/0.8),
  • Map charts showing rates of at least one dose and total doses per 100 people
Global Vaccine Pace Comparison - doses per 100 people in the last week: - Source
  • South Korea: 9.92 Vietnam: 7.82 Australia: 7.11 Iran: 6.93 Japan: 6.74
  • Brazil: 5.41 Turkey: 4.91 Argentina: 4.53 Saudi Arabia: 4.36 Israel: 4.06
  • Bangladesh: 3.98 Mexico: 3.84 India: 3.81 Indonesia: 3.42 Sweden: 3.13
  • Italy: 2.72 Spain: 2.64 China: 2.62 Pakistan: 2.6 France: 2.51
  • South Africa: 2.16 Russia: 1.67 European Union: 1.63 United States: 1.62 Canada: 1.62
  • Germany: 1.47 Egypt: 1.27 United Kingdom: 1.08 Ethiopia: 0.64 Mongolia: 0.37
  • Nigeria: 0.34
Global Case Comparison: - Major Countries - Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
  • Israel: 878.1 (68.88) Mongolia: 620.8 (67.5) United Kingdom: 334.1 (71.05) United States: 320.3 (62.43)
  • Turkey: 197.6 (61.12) Iran: 184.1 (26.98) France: 101.5 (73.35) Russia: 86.3 (31.64)
  • Vietnam: 85.6 (25.19) Sweden: 80.9 (69.27) European Union: 77.9 (65.88) Canada: 77.6 (74.73)
  • Germany: 74.6 (66.11) South Africa: 57.8 (18.38) Italy: 55.8 (72.76) Spain: 55.4 (79.67)
  • Mexico: 51.2 (46.96) Brazil: 49.3 (67.17) Australia: 47.4 (55.17) Japan: 46.1 (64.7)
  • Argentina: 39.6 (63.06) South Korea: 24.5 (67.4) India: 15.8 (41.03) Indonesia: 12.2 (26.87)
  • Pakistan: 10.1 (23.45) Bangladesh: 8.8 (12.71) Ethiopia: 6.6 (1.98) Egypt: 3.0 (7.16)
  • Nigeria: 1.7 (1.9) Saudi Arabia: 0.9 (64.76) China: 0.0 (n/a)
Global Case Comparison: Top 16 countries by Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
  • Grenada: 914.0 (25.23) Dominica: 881.2 (31.77) Israel: 878.1 (68.88) Montenegro: 646.4 (35.55)
  • Mongolia: 620.8 (67.5) Serbia: 617.1 (43.82) Suriname: 548.3 (36.17) Cuba: 498.2 (62.13)
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis: 431.4 (46.32) Georgia: 430.0 (22.97) Malaysia: 398.8 (66.06) Saint Lucia: 386.7 (n/a)
  • Antigua and Barbuda: 348.4 (44.24) United Kingdom: 334.1 (71.05) United States: 320.3 (62.43) Seychelles: 315.4 (n/a)
Global ICU Comparison: - Current, adjusted to Ontario's population - Source
  • United States: 1,112, Israel: 428, Canada: 263, United Kingdom: 231,
US State comparison - case count - Top 25 by last 7 ave. case count (Last 7/100k) - Source
  • TX: 20,982 (506.5), FL: 11,013 (358.9), CA: 10,189 (180.5), OH: 7,071 (423.5), TN: 6,870 (704.2),
  • GA: 6,691 (441.1), NC: 6,577 (439.0), SC: 4,773 (648.9), NY: 4,650 (167.3), KY: 4,297 (673.3),
  • PA: 4,247 (232.2), IL: 4,002 (221.1), IN: 3,868 (402.2), AL: 3,840 (548.3), VA: 3,689 (302.5),
  • WA: 3,339 (306.9), AZ: 2,671 (256.9), MI: 2,483 (174.0), LA: 2,427 (365.5), MO: 2,396 (273.3),
  • NJ: 2,328 (183.5), MN: 2,326 (288.7), OK: 2,114 (374.0), OR: 1,983 (329.2), WI: 1,958 (235.4),
US State comparison - vaccines count - % single dosed (change in week) - Source
  • PR: 77.3% (1.6%), VT: 76.9% (0.4%), MA: 76.4% (0.5%), HI: 75.7% (0.8%), CT: 74.8% (0.6%),
  • RI: 73.3% (0.8%), ME: 72.8% (0.8%), NJ: 71.3% (0.6%), NM: 71.3% (0.6%), PA: 70.8% (0.7%),
  • CA: 70.2% (0.6%), WA: 69.8% (1.2%), MD: 69.4% (0.6%), NY: 69.3% (0.9%), DC: 69.0% (0.7%),
  • NH: 68.3% (0.5%), IL: 67.2% (0.5%), VA: 66.7% (0.7%), FL: 65.6% (1.1%), OR: 65.5% (0.7%),
  • DE: 65.2% (0.5%), CO: 64.5% (0.5%), MN: 62.7% (0.4%), WI: 59.9% (0.5%), NV: 59.4% (0.6%),
  • KY: 59.0% (0.8%), KS: 58.7% (0.7%), TX: 58.5% (0.6%), NE: 58.5% (0.4%), AZ: 58.2% (0.6%),
  • SD: 57.8% (0.9%), NC: 57.7% (1.0%), UT: 57.6% (0.7%), IA: 57.2% (0.6%), AK: 56.0% (0.9%),
  • MI: 55.9% (0.3%), OK: 55.1% (0.9%), AR: 54.6% (0.6%), MO: 53.8% (0.5%), SC: 53.5% (0.8%),
  • MT: 53.5% (0.9%), OH: 53.4% (0.5%), GA: 52.8% (0.9%), TN: 51.4% (1.1%), AL: 51.3% (0.6%),
  • IN: 51.2% (0.5%), LA: 50.6% (0.5%), ND: 49.7% (0.7%), MS: 48.8% (1.1%), WV: 47.6% (0.3%),
  • WY: 47.0% (1.0%), ID: 45.6% (0.7%),
UK Watch - Source
The England age group data below is actually lagged by four days, i.e. the , the 'Today' data is actually '4 day ago' data.
Metric Today 7d ago 14d ago 21d ago 30d ago Peak
Cases - 7-day avg 32,969 38,456 33,776 33,550 28,618 59,660
Hosp. - current 8,413 8,021 7,325 7,011 5,879 39,254
Vent. - current 1,056 1,062 984 942 892 4,077
England weekly cases/100k by age:
<60 370.6 367.1 364.6 387.4 369.6 745.3
60+ 166.6 162.7 164.9 140.2 109.9 477.6
Jail Data - (latest data as of September 13) Source
  • Total inmate cases in last day/week: 0/33
  • Total inmate tests completed in last day/week (refused test in last day/week): 135/1691 (-45/239)
  • Jails with 2+ cases yesterday:
COVID App Stats - latest data as of September 13 - Source
  • Positives Uploaded to app in last day/week/month/since launch: 9 / 130 / 514 / 24,745 (1.6% / 2.6% / 2.5% / 4.6% of all cases)
  • App downloads in last day/week/month/since launch: 749 / 6,046 / 25,683 / 2,832,840 (72.5% / 53.1% / 54.2% / 42.4% Android share)
Case fatality rates by age group (last 30 days):
Age Group Outbreak CFR % Deaths Non-outbreak CFR% Deaths
19 & under 0.0% 0 0.07% 1
20s 0.0% 0 0.21% 3
30s 0.41% 1 0.28% 3
40s 1.04% 2 0.6% 4
50s 0.61% 1 2.05% 9
60s 5.62% 5 7.59% 24
70s 16.67% 4 34.17% 41
80s 72.22% 13 44.9% 22
90+ 30.43% 7 41.67% 5
Main data table:
PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Totals Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 593 722.4 732.3 34.0 34.5 51.9 34.9 6.2 7.0 67.4 27.7 4.9
Toronto PHU 141 144.7 152.6 32.5 34.2 43.1 39.7 6.6 10.6 67.8 27.0 5.2
Peel 61 81.3 91.9 35.4 40.0 46.7 41.8 4.0 7.4 65.4 30.4 4.1
Ottawa 46 55.0 36.9 36.5 24.5 44.9 41.6 5.5 8.1 74.0 22.6 3.3
Windsor 45 58.4 67.9 96.3 111.8 68.9 18.8 7.6 4.6 68.0 27.4 4.6
York 39 63.3 73.3 36.1 41.9 53.0 37.5 3.8 5.6 63.6 32.5 4.1
Hamilton 38 44.1 56.3 52.2 66.5 47.6 39.2 9.7 3.6 69.6 27.8 2.5
Niagara 34 32.7 31.3 48.5 46.3 48.0 29.7 17.0 5.2 65.9 22.8 11.8
Halton 26 26.0 23.7 29.4 26.8 46.2 37.4 7.7 8.8 59.9 32.3 7.6
Waterloo Region 20 25.7 20.9 30.8 25.0 53.9 37.8 -0.6 8.9 66.6 31.2 2.3
London 20 19.6 20.4 27.0 28.2 50.4 36.5 2.9 10.2 64.2 31.4 4.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 18 26.6 28.7 31.0 33.5 79.6 15.1 1.6 3.8 69.4 26.9 3.7
Durham 17 26.9 32.0 26.4 31.4 59.6 30.9 3.2 6.4 70.7 25.5 3.8
Eastern Ontario 11 8.9 9.9 29.7 33.1 75.8 12.9 6.5 4.8 75.8 24.1 0.0
Southwestern 10 8.7 4.4 28.8 14.7 55.7 36.1 6.6 1.6 65.6 26.3 6.6
Peterborough 9 6.3 4.7 29.7 22.3 93.2 0.0 0.0 6.8 84.1 13.6 2.3
Wellington-Guelph 9 15.6 14.7 34.9 33.0 52.3 43.1 2.8 1.8 60.5 30.3 9.2
Chatham-Kent 9 15.1 14.0 99.7 92.2 60.4 26.4 13.2 0.0 57.5 30.2 12.2
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 7 4.4 1.3 17.9 5.2 48.4 35.5 9.7 6.5 51.6 48.4 0.0
Hastings 6 4.4 3.4 18.4 14.2 48.4 35.5 0.0 16.1 74.2 25.8 0.0
Brant 5 13.9 14.3 62.5 64.4 32.0 64.9 2.1 1.0 69.1 28.9 2.0
Kingston 4 5.0 3.6 16.5 11.8 60.0 25.7 5.7 8.6 80.0 17.2 2.9
Northwestern 4 1.7 1.4 13.7 11.4 41.7 25.0 16.7 16.7 83.3 16.6 0.0
Huron Perth 4 4.1 5.1 20.8 25.8 69.0 27.6 0.0 3.4 72.3 13.7 13.7
Algoma 2 2.1 0.3 13.1 1.7 73.3 13.3 13.3 0.0 73.3 26.7 0.0
Haldimand-Norfolk 2 3.4 2.6 21.0 15.8 37.5 37.5 25.0 0.0 45.8 29.2 25.0
Sudbury 2 5.0 2.7 17.6 9.5 74.3 22.9 0.0 2.9 77.2 20.0 5.7
Porcupine 2 0.7 2.1 6.0 18.0 40.0 60.0 0.0 0.0 60.0 40.0 0.0
Thunder Bay 1 1.7 1.7 8.0 8.0 33.3 0.0 0.0 66.7 66.7 16.6 16.7
Haliburton, Kawartha 1 5.0 2.4 18.5 9.0 25.7 14.3 54.3 5.7 80.0 14.3 5.8
Regions of Zeroes 0 12.0 7.8 14.7 9.6 61.9 29.8 1.2 7.1 65.5 28.6 6.0
Vaccine coverage by PHU/age group - as of September 15 (% at least one/both dosed, chg. week) -
PHU name 12+ population Adults - 18plus 12-17yrs 18-29yrs 30-39yrs 40-49yrs 50-59yrs 60-69yrs 70-79yrs 80+
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 93.5%/87.9% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 94.6%/89.3% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 79.3%/69.4% (+1.5%/+2.2%) 76.7%/66.1% (+1.4%/+1.6%) 98.2%/87.6% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 91.5%/85.0% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 85.5%/81.7% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 103.9%/101.5% (+0.3%/+0.7%) 107.2%/105.7% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 105.8%/103.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Thunder Bay 89.5%/82.3% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 90.3%/83.7% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 77.4%/64.6% (+1.5%/+1.5%) 87.0%/73.8% (+1.5%/+1.7%) 84.9%/74.9% (+1.1%/+1.4%) 85.1%/78.2% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 88.2%/83.3% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 94.1%/90.9% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.2%/98.2% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 101.8%/98.9% (+0.0%/+0.3%)
Waterloo Region 88.1%/81.8% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 88.8%/82.9% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 80.8%/70.0% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 91.6%/80.9% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 84.8%/77.0% (+1.0%/+1.3%) 84.7%/79.2% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 85.8%/82.0% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 89.9%/87.2% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 94.9%/92.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 101.9%/99.1% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
City Of Ottawa 87.8%/81.7% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 87.6%/82.0% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 90.7%/77.9% (+1.0%/+1.5%) 78.1%/68.5% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 78.7%/71.8% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 89.6%/84.1% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 92.4%/88.3% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 94.1%/91.4% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 98.3%/96.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 103.6%/100.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Halton 87.6%/82.8% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 87.5%/83.2% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 88.1%/78.6% (+1.0%/+1.6%) 75.4%/68.6% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 80.2%/74.5% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 91.3%/86.9% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 91.6%/88.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 91.2%/88.9% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.4%/93.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 106.0%/103.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Huron Perth 87.3%/81.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 89.0%/83.6% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 68.3%/56.8% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 68.9%/59.4% (+1.2%/+1.6%) 84.2%/74.8% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 84.8%/78.0% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 82.4%/78.6% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 101.5%/99.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 108.8%/107.2% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 107.1%/105.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Middlesex-London 86.9%/80.0% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 87.1%/80.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 85.1%/73.5% (+1.5%/+2.0%) 82.8%/71.7% (+1.4%/+1.8%) 79.1%/70.3% (+1.1%/+1.4%) 87.9%/80.8% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 85.3%/80.8% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 92.2%/89.3% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 96.0%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 102.0%/98.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Durham Region 86.3%/81.1% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 86.8%/81.9% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 80.8%/72.1% (+1.4%/+2.6%) 76.9%/69.1% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 86.8%/79.4% (+1.2%/+1.3%) 86.8%/81.7% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 86.1%/82.6% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 91.2%/88.8% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 95.4%/93.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 102.8%/99.9% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Wellington-Guelph 86.1%/80.7% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 86.7%/81.6% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 79.0%/69.0% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 76.3%/67.9% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 81.3%/73.9% (+1.2%/+1.4%) 84.7%/79.7% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 86.7%/83.1% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 94.0%/91.3% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 98.1%/96.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 109.3%/106.5% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Eastern Ontario 85.9%/79.2% (+1.2%/+1.1%) 86.8%/80.6% (+1.0%/+1.0%) 75.1%/62.1% (+3.4%/+2.3%) 70.1%/59.0% (+1.8%/+1.8%) 87.5%/76.2% (+2.0%/+1.8%) 83.9%/76.6% (+1.4%/+1.3%) 81.4%/76.9% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 96.4%/93.2% (+0.6%/+0.6%) 99.2%/97.1% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 98.8%/95.8% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Algoma District 85.9%/79.2% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 86.8%/80.5% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 73.7%/61.1% (+1.5%/+1.7%) 72.2%/60.0% (+1.7%/+1.7%) 81.1%/71.0% (+1.7%/+1.6%) 84.7%/76.8% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 81.4%/76.3% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 94.9%/91.7% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 100.7%/98.6% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.4%/93.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Kingston 85.7%/79.6% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 85.7%/79.9% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 86.1%/74.7% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 76.9%/66.7% (+1.7%/+1.9%) 72.3%/64.2% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 82.0%/75.5% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 84.1%/79.7% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 98.6%/95.6% (+0.2%/+0.5%) 100.1%/98.3% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 101.6%/99.1% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Haliburton, Kawartha 85.5%/79.3% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 86.3%/80.5% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 72.1%/59.3% (+1.9%/+1.5%) 72.1%/60.4% (+1.2%/+1.1%) 86.1%/74.3% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 85.2%/77.6% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 75.0%/70.5% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 96.4%/93.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 96.7%/94.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 93.7%/91.0% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Niagara 85.4%/78.1% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 86.2%/79.4% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 74.2%/60.4% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 75.4%/62.8% (+1.7%/+2.1%) 81.1%/70.3% (+1.6%/+2.0%) 86.3%/78.5% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 81.7%/76.6% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 93.3%/90.1% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 96.9%/94.7% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 98.7%/95.6% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Peterborough County-City 84.7%/78.4% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 85.2%/79.4% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 76.6%/63.3% (+2.1%/+2.3%) 74.4%/63.5% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 75.6%/66.2% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 84.3%/77.2% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 76.0%/71.7% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 95.5%/92.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 101.8%/100.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 98.4%/96.2% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Peel Region 84.3%/76.6% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 85.3%/78.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 72.8%/62.2% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 93.2%/78.0% (+1.3%/+2.1%) 78.0%/69.6% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 77.5%/71.8% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 85.5%/81.2% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 88.3%/85.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 87.9%/85.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.0%/91.7% (+0.1%/+0.4%)
York Region 84.2%/79.2% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 84.5%/80.1% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 81.0%/70.3% (+1.1%/+2.0%) 74.2%/67.6% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 78.6%/72.7% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 87.6%/83.0% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 87.2%/83.8% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 88.2%/85.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 91.7%/89.7% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 99.4%/96.4% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Southwestern 84.0%/78.0% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 85.5%/79.8% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 67.8%/58.9% (+1.6%/+2.2%) 68.4%/58.6% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 83.8%/74.1% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 82.7%/76.2% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 83.1%/79.0% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 95.8%/93.3% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 101.7%/99.9% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.3%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Northwestern 84.0%/75.7% (+1.3%/+1.7%) 85.0%/77.3% (+1.2%/+1.3%) 73.4%/59.1% (+2.9%/+4.7%) 76.4%/64.3% (+1.8%/+1.9%) 89.2%/77.4% (+1.9%/+1.6%) 85.3%/76.7% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 81.1%/75.4% (+1.0%/+1.2%) 90.1%/86.0% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 92.2%/89.5% (+0.3%/+0.8%) 89.2%/85.5% (+0.3%/+0.6%)
Simcoe Muskoka District 83.9%/77.2% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 84.5%/78.3% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 75.9%/62.9% (+1.6%/+2.0%) 73.4%/62.0% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 79.4%/69.4% (+1.4%/+1.6%) 81.4%/74.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 79.3%/75.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 96.0%/93.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 97.0%/95.1% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 100.2%/97.4% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Sudbury And District 83.6%/76.5% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 84.2%/77.4% (+1.1%/+1.1%) 76.1%/64.2% (+2.2%/+2.7%) 73.7%/61.2% (+2.2%/+2.0%) 72.9%/62.7% (+1.9%/+1.7%) 79.8%/72.2% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 83.2%/77.9% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 93.1%/90.0% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 97.6%/95.3% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 105.0%/102.2% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Windsor-Essex County 83.2%/76.0% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 84.3%/77.6% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 70.8%/57.6% (+1.4%/+1.4%) 74.2%/63.1% (+1.4%/+1.5%) 81.8%/71.4% (+1.4%/+1.5%) 82.7%/75.4% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 82.5%/77.6% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 91.4%/88.2% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 95.0%/92.8% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 97.6%/94.5% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Grey Bruce 82.9%/77.8% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 84.1%/79.4% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 66.2%/55.5% (+1.7%/+1.8%) 64.8%/56.4% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 80.5%/72.3% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 84.7%/78.6% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 78.0%/74.2% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 94.1%/91.9% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 97.3%/95.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 92.4%/89.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Porcupine 82.9%/74.3% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 83.9%/75.8% (+1.3%/+1.6%) 72.0%/57.7% (+3.3%/+3.6%) 74.0%/59.0% (+2.0%/+2.2%) 75.8%/63.8% (+2.6%/+2.6%) 78.2%/69.7% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 83.9%/78.0% (+1.1%/+1.6%) 91.0%/87.2% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 99.0%/96.0% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 102.2%/98.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
North Bay 82.8%/76.2% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 83.5%/77.3% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 72.6%/59.5% (+2.4%/+1.8%) 67.1%/55.5% (+1.3%/+1.2%) 74.3%/63.7% (+1.4%/+1.4%) 80.6%/73.0% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 79.4%/74.6% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 95.2%/92.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 95.4%/93.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 100.1%/97.2% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Hastings 82.8%/75.6% (+1.0%/+1.3%) 83.5%/76.8% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 72.8%/59.1% (+2.3%/+2.5%) 67.2%/54.2% (+1.7%/+2.1%) 73.2%/62.3% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 78.5%/69.9% (+1.3%/+1.6%) 77.1%/72.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 97.5%/94.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 99.4%/97.0% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.5%/94.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Brant County 82.5%/76.2% (-0.2%/-0.1%) 83.6%/77.7% (-0.3%/-0.1%) 70.0%/59.5% (+1.3%/+1.2%) 70.9%/60.9% (+0.7%/+0.5%) 78.2%/69.6% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 82.8%/76.3% (-0.1%/+0.1%) 82.0%/77.9% (-0.8%/-0.5%) 91.1%/88.2% (-1.3%/-1.1%) 98.4%/96.4% (-1.0%/-0.8%) 100.8%/97.8% (-0.5%/-0.4%)
Toronto 82.3%/76.5% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 82.5%/77.0% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 78.8%/68.4% (+0.9%/+1.7%) 75.2%/66.6% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 79.1%/72.8% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 77.9%/73.0% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 87.6%/83.2% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 90.9%/87.5% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 93.7%/91.1% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 89.6%/86.4% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Timiskaming 82.2%/75.7% (+1.5%/+1.4%) 82.9%/77.0% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 72.2%/57.6% (+5.6%/+4.3%) 66.7%/54.5% (+2.4%/+2.3%) 78.5%/69.3% (+1.9%/+2.5%) 79.9%/73.2% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 78.3%/73.7% (+1.0%/+1.0%) 90.0%/86.8% (+0.6%/+0.6%) 96.8%/94.6% (+0.4%/+0.2%) 98.4%/95.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%)
City Of Hamilton 81.5%/74.4% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 82.0%/75.5% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 74.7%/60.6% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 71.9%/61.1% (+1.3%/+1.5%) 76.0%/67.6% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 80.4%/73.4% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 83.2%/78.1% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 89.2%/85.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 94.6%/92.1% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 97.8%/94.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Haldimand-Norfolk 81.3%/75.0% (+2.6%/+2.5%) 83.0%/77.2% (+2.5%/+2.5%) 58.7%/47.1% (+3.5%/+2.3%) 62.1%/52.4% (+3.0%/+2.9%) 81.5%/70.5% (+3.7%/+3.6%) 83.7%/75.5% (+3.2%/+3.4%) 77.3%/72.7% (+2.1%/+2.3%) 91.4%/88.9% (+2.2%/+2.3%) 100.0%/98.1% (+1.6%/+1.6%) 97.1%/94.7% (+1.0%/+1.1%)
Chatham-Kent 80.3%/73.6% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 82.1%/75.8% (+1.1%/+1.1%) 59.4%/47.4% (+2.5%/+1.9%) 62.9%/52.4% (+2.0%/+1.8%) 72.2%/61.5% (+2.0%/+2.0%) 79.1%/70.9% (+1.6%/+1.6%) 78.1%/72.8% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 94.3%/91.2% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 100.3%/98.2% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 99.9%/97.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Renfrew 80.2%/74.5% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 80.8%/75.4% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 72.5%/60.8% (+2.0%/+2.1%) 63.9%/54.2% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 64.5%/56.8% (+1.3%/+1.3%) 73.5%/67.0% (+1.1%/+0.9%) 79.5%/75.1% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 98.6%/95.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 99.8%/97.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 95.1%/92.6% (+0.2%/+0.1%)
Lambton County 80.1%/74.5% (+1.0%/+0.9%) 81.1%/75.8% (+0.9%/+0.9%) 66.7%/56.7% (+2.6%/+1.6%) 68.0%/57.7% (+1.9%/+1.7%) 77.4%/68.5% (+1.8%/+1.6%) 80.5%/73.7% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 76.4%/72.5% (+0.7%/+0.7%) 87.3%/84.9% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 94.5%/92.9% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 91.3%/89.4% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Canada comparison - Source
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7 Vaccines->> Vax(day) To date (per 100) Weekly vax update->> % with 1+ % with both
Canada 4,048 4210.7 3785.1 77.6 69.7 5.0 74,614 143.2 73.77 67.8
Alberta 1,434 1474.7 1279.7 233.4 202.6 11.6 9,743 128.1 66.87 60.0
Quebec 633 743.7 661.1 60.7 54.0 3.1 15,213 147.5 76.07 71.1
British Columbia 677 724.1 668.9 98.5 90.9 6.2 12,393 148.2 76.25 69.6
Ontario 577 716.9 746.9 34.1 35.5 3.0 28,657 144.0 73.89 68.1
Saskatchewan 508 405.0 353.0 240.5 209.6 11.6 665 127.5 65.74 59.0
Manitoba 56 60.0 43.6 30.4 22.1 2.7 2,228 141.1 72.2 67.4
New Brunswick 35 30.6 12.7 27.4 11.4 2.8 608 144.9 74.48 66.6
Nova Scotia 66 25.4 6.4 18.2 4.6 0.9 2,917 150.3 77.48 71.0
Northwest Territories 56 21.1 6.7 327.7 104.1 11.7 513 150.8 65.08 60.6
Newfoundland N/R 4.3 4.7 5.8 6.3 0.5 0 152.7 80.24 71.1
Prince Edward Island 3 2.9 0.3 12.5 1.2 1.0 1,171 155.0 80.69 72.5
Yukon 3 1.9 1.0 30.9 16.7 inf 82 156.2 77.09 73.1
Nunavut 0 0.1 0.1 2.5 2.5 0.3 424 115.2 60.25 53.3
LTCs with 2+ new cases today: Why are there 0.5 cases/deaths?
LTC_Home City Beds New LTC cases Current Active Cases
R. H. Lawson Eventide Home Niagara Falls 101.0 9.0 20.0
Berkshire Care Centre Windsor 231.0 2.5 2.5
Tall Pines Long Term Care Centre Brampton 160.0 2.5 2.5
LTC Deaths today: - this section is reported by the Ministry of LTC and the data may not reconcile with the LTC data above because that is published by the MoH.
LTC_Home City Beds Today's Deaths All-time Deaths
None reported by the Ministry of LTC
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date Count
Peel 50s MALE Travel 2021-08-26 2021-08-19 1
Hamilton 60s MALE Community 2021-08-19 2021-08-18 1
Waterloo Region 60s FEMALE Close contact 2021-08-12 2021-08-07 1
Durham 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2021-08-30 2021-08-28 1
Huron Perth 80s FEMALE Close contact 2021-09-06 2021-09-04 1
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2021.09.15 16:19 enterprisevalue Ontario September 15th update: 593 Cases, 5 Deaths, 33,220 tests (1.79% pos.), 🏥 ICUs: 188 (-4 vs. yest.) (-6 vs. last week). 💉35,691 admin, 84.61% / 78.33% (+0.12% / +0.15%) of 12+ at least one/two dosed, 🛡️ 12+ Cases by Vax (un/part/full): 11.52 / 5.09 / 1.47 (All: 4.00) per 100k

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2021-09-15.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
  • Throwback Ontario September 15 update: 251 New Cases, 117 Recoveries, 4 Deaths, 27,664 tests (0.91% positive), Current ICUs: 26 (+2 vs. yesterday) (+1 vs. last week)
Testing data: - Source
  • Backlog: 18,006 (+865), 33,220 tests completed (2,439.3 per 100k in week) 34,085 swabbed
  • Positive rate (Day/Week/Prev Week): 1.79% / 2.79% / 3.15% - Chart
Episode date data (day/week/prev. week) - Cases by episode date and historical averages of episode date
  • New cases with episode dates in last 3 days: 273 / 317 / 333 (-45 vs. yesterday week avg)
  • New cases - episode dates in last 7 days: 460 / 553 / 545 (-88 vs. yesterday week avg)
  • New cases - episode dates in last 30 days: 595 / 720 / 726 (-120 vs. yesterday week avg)
  • New cases - ALL episode dates: 593 / 722 / 732 (-123 vs. yesterday week avg)
Other data:
LTC Data:
Vaccine effectiveness data: (assumed 14 days to effectiveness) Source
Metric Unvax_All Unvax_12+ Partial Full Unknown
Cases - today 348 250 44 146 55
Cases Per 100k - today 8.71 11.52 5.09 1.47 -
Risk vs. full - today 5.95x 7.86x 3.48x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - today - - 55.8% 87.3% -
Avg daily Per 100k - week 10.96 14.38 3.76 1.87 -
Risk vs. full - week 5.87x 7.70x 2.02x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - week - - 73.8% 87.0% -
ICU - count 116 n/a 10 10 52
ICU per mill 29.04 - 11.57 1.00 -
ICU % less risk vs. unvax - - 60.1% 96.5% -
ICU risk vs. full 28.94x - 11.53x 1.00x -
Non_ICU Hosp - count 148 n/a 7 35 -
Non_ICU Hosp per mill 37.06 - 8.10 3.51 -
Non_ICU Hosp % less risk vs. unvax - - 78.1% 90.5% -
Non_ICU Hosp risk vs. full 10.55x - 2.31x 1.00x -
**Age group per 100k - today:
0-11 4.75 - 0.00 0.00 -
12-17 12.90 - 1.00 0.47 -
18-39 13.39 - 7.50 2.25 -
40-59 9.65 - 4.28 1.60 -
60-79 11.01 - 2.38 0.65 -
80+ 5.56 - 0.00 1.45 -
Vaccines - detailed data: Source
  • Total administered: 21,247,717 (+35,691 / +223,827 in last day/week)
  • First doses administered: 11,031,766 (+15,171 / +97,110 in last day/week)
  • Second doses administered: 10,215,951 (+20,520 / +126,717 in last day/week)
  • 85.12% / 79.27% of all adult Ontarians have received at least one / both dose(s) to date
  • 74.43% / 68.92% of all Ontarians have received at least one / both dose(s) to date (0.10% / 0.14% today, 0.66% / 0.85% in last week)
  • 84.61% / 78.33% of eligible 12+ Ontarians have received at least one / both dose(s) to date (0.12% / 0.16% today, 0.75% / 0.97% in last week)
  • To date, 26,174,971 vaccines have been delivered to Ontario (last updated September 9) - Source
  • There are 4,927,254 unused vaccines which will take 154.1 days to administer based on the current 7 day average of 31,975 /day
  • Ontario's population is 14,822,201 as published here. Age group populations as provided by the MOH here
  • Vaccine uptake report (updated weekly) incl. vaccination coverage by PHUs - link
Random vaccine stats
  • Assuming that second doses will follow the pace of the 1st doses: We crossed today's second dose percentage in first doses on July 16, 2021, and the 80% first dose threshold on July 29, 2021, 13 days later. In this projection, we will reach the 80% second dose threshold on September 28, 2021
  • 35,691 is NOT a prime number but it is 38 lower than the next prime number and 14 higher than the previous prime number. The prime factorization of this is {31, 118971}
  • The last date we had a prime number of doses was September 14 (1 days ago), when we had 28,657 doses
  • To date, we have had 16 prime daily vaccine counts, (6.13% of the total vaccine count days). Between the lowest and highest vaccine counts this week, 9.75% of numbers are prime
Vaccine data (by age ) - Charts of first doses and second doses
Age First doses Second doses First Dose % (day/week) Second Dose % (day/week)
12-17yrs 1,972 2,484 78.08% (+0.21% / +1.35%) 66.78% (+0.26% / +1.79%)
18-29yrs 4,760 6,099 77.65% (+0.19% / +1.26%) 67.44% (+0.25% / +1.53%)
30-39yrs 3,357 4,275 79.73% (+0.16% / +1.03%) 71.90% (+0.21% / +1.24%)
40-49yrs 2,117 2,887 82.84% (+0.11% / +0.73%) 77.00% (+0.15% / +0.96%)
50-59yrs 1,537 2,391 85.25% (+0.07% / +0.48%) 80.97% (+0.12% / +0.71%)
60-69yrs 904 1,487 92.20% (+0.05% / +0.31%) 89.21% (+0.08% / +0.48%)
70-79yrs 345 597 95.67% (+0.03% / +0.19%) 93.53% (+0.05% / +0.30%)
80+ yrs 175 294 97.67% (+0.03% / +0.13%) 94.73% (+0.04% / +0.23%)
Unknown 4 6 0.03% (+0.00% / +0.00%) 0.02% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
Total - 18+ 13,195 18,030 85.12% (+0.11% / +0.70%) 79.27% (+0.15% / +0.91%)
Total - 12+ 15,167 20,000 84.61% (+0.12% / +0.74%) 78.33% (+0.15% / +0.92%)
Schools data: - (latest data as of September 15) - Source
  • 168 new cases (145/23 student/staff split). 299 (6.2% of all) schools have active cases. 0 schools currently closed.
  • Top 10 municipalities by number of schools with active cases (number of cases)):
  • Ottawa: 44 (94), Toronto: 27 (38), Hamilton: 20 (28), Windsor: 16 (32), Guelph: 11 (12), Mississauga: 11 (18), London: 7 (14), Cambridge: 7 (18), Kitchener: 6 (6), Brampton: 6 (9),
  • Schools with 5+ active cases: Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School (9) (Ottawa), David Maxwell Public School (8) (Windsor), Avenue Road Public School (8) (Cambridge), École élémentaire catholique Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau (7) (Ottawa), École élémentaire publique Michaëlle-Jean (6) (Ottawa), École secondaire catholique Franco-Cité (6) (Ottawa), Burnhamthorpe Public School (6) (Mississauga), Holy Family School (6) (Caledon), Prince of Wales Public School (5) (Thorold), École élémentaire catholique Saint-François-d'Assise (5) (Ottawa), St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School (5) (Hamilton),
Child care centre data: - (latest data as of September 15) - Source
  • 34 / 194 new cases in the last day/week
  • There are currently 113 centres with cases (2.09% of all)
  • 5 centres closed in the last day. 12 centres are currently closed
  • LCCs with 5+ active cases: Discovery School-Based Child Care Program of Kingsville Inc. - Kingsville (32) (Kingsville), Tiny Hoppers - Newmarket (9) (Newmarket), RisingOaks Early Learning - St. Brigid (8) (North Dumfries), The Little School Daycare - Orleans (7) (Ottawa), La Coccinelle - Des Sentiers (6) (Ottawa), Together We Grow Learning and Child Care Center (6) (Vaughan), Alexander's Daycare Center (5) (Windsor), ABC Day Nursery of Windsor - Somme (5) (Windsor), Anna's Day Care Centre (5) (Niagara Falls), Olivia DiMaio Early Childhood Education Centre - Sprucewood (5) (Lasalle),
Outbreak data (latest data as of September 14)- Source and Definitions
  • New outbreak cases: 1
  • New outbreak cases (groups with 2+):
  • 149 active cases in outbreaks (+5 vs. last week)
  • Major categories with active cases (vs. last week): Workplace - Other: 32(-5), Child care: 22(+1), Other recreation: 13(+0), Retirement Homes: 7(+2), Workplace - Farm: 7(+3), Retail: 7(+2), Group Home/Supportive Housing: 6(+1),
Postal Code Data - Source - latest data as of September 04 - updated weekly
This list is postal codes with the highest positive rates
  • N8T: 13.6% M3K: 13.5% N8W: 13.4% N9Y: 12.7% N9C: 12.6% N6E: 12.5% L2A: 11.5%
  • N8Y: 11.1% L7E: 10.7% N9A: 10.7% N8H: 9.9% N9G: 9.8% N0R: 9.5% L7B: 9.4%
  • N8R: 9.3% L2G: 9.3% L8K: 9.2% L9V: 8.9% L8W: 8.8% N8S: 8.7% P0B: 8.6%
  • L8J: 8.5% L2V: 8.4% L8E: 8.4% L8V: 8.2% L1L: 8.1% L9A: 8.0% L6V: 8.0%
  • N8N: 7.9% P1P: 7.8% N8P: 7.8% N9B: 7.7% L0S: 7.7% N7M: 7.6% L4H: 7.5%
  • L4L: 7.4% L8T: 7.3% L2P: 7.3% N9E: 7.3% N1L: 7.1% N2A: 6.9% L6T: 6.8%
  • P1H: 6.8% N8X: 6.8% L9Z: 6.8% N9J: 6.6% M9A: 6.5% L0C: 6.5% N9H: 6.5%
  • N2R: 6.5% N9V: 6.3% L2H: 6.3% M9V: 6.3% M8Z: 6.2% L4W: 6.1% M1X: 6.1%
  • P0H: 6.1% L4K: 6.0% N0P: 6.0% K4K: 6.0% N4T: 5.9% L6Z: 5.9% N0A: 5.9%
  • L4Y: 5.9% L7J: 5.8% L9B: 5.8% P2A: 5.7% K1J: 5.7% L9R: 5.7% L8H: 5.6%
  • L3K: 5.6% M1K: 5.5% L6P: 5.5% N2B: 5.5% L9C: 5.5% L2E: 5.4% M9W: 5.4%
  • K4A: 5.3% K4M: 5.3% M1B: 5.2% L6X: 5.0% L5A: 5.0% L6S: 5.0% N5V: 5.0%
  • L8L: 4.9% N3P: 4.9% M3A: 4.9% L2N: 4.9% K0C: 4.9% K6A: 4.9% N3R: 4.8%
  • L5H: 4.8% M6L: 4.8% N3W: 4.8% M1H: 4.8% L5B: 4.8% L4G: 4.8% M9M: 4.7%
  • M1W: 4.7% M6N: 4.7% M6A: 4.7% M6M: 4.7% L3X: 4.7% L6K: 4.7% L9K: 4.6%
Global Vaccine Comparison: - doses administered per 100 people (% with at least 1 dose / both doses), to date (ignoring 3rd doses) - Full list on Tab 6 - Source
  • Spain: 155.4 (79.7/75.8), China: 149.4 (?/?), Canada: 143.4 (74.7/68.7), Italy: 137.3 (72.8/64.5),
  • France: 136.6 (73.4/63.3), United Kingdom: 135.7 (71.0/64.7), Israel: 132.2 (68.9/63.3), Mongolia: 131.1 (67.5/63.6),
  • Sweden: 130.5 (69.3/61.2), Germany: 128.0 (66.1/61.9), European Union: 126.4 (65.9/60.5), Japan: 117.1 (64.7/52.4),
  • United States: 115.7 (62.4/53.3), Saudi Arabia: 113.3 (64.8/48.5), Turkey: 109.2 (61.1/48.1), South Korea: 107.8 (67.4/40.4),
  • Argentina: 103.6 (63.1/40.5), Brazil: 102.4 (67.2/35.3), Australia: 89.5 (55.2/34.3), Mexico: 77.6 (47.0/30.6),
  • Russia: 59.0 (31.6/27.4), India: 54.0 (41.0/13.0), Indonesia: 42.3 (26.9/15.4), Iran: 41.2 (27.0/14.2),
  • Pakistan: 33.6 (23.4/10.2), Vietnam: 30.9 (25.2/5.7), South Africa: 30.8 (18.4/12.4), Bangladesh: 21.2 (12.7/8.4),
  • Egypt: 11.9 (7.2/4.7), Ethiopia: 2.8 (2.0/0.8), Nigeria: 2.7 (1.9/0.8),
  • Map charts showing rates of at least one dose and total doses per 100 people
Global Vaccine Pace Comparison - doses per 100 people in the last week: - Source
  • South Korea: 9.92 Vietnam: 7.82 Australia: 7.11 Iran: 6.93 Japan: 6.74
  • Brazil: 5.41 Turkey: 4.91 Argentina: 4.53 Saudi Arabia: 4.36 Israel: 4.06
  • Bangladesh: 3.98 Mexico: 3.84 India: 3.81 Indonesia: 3.42 Sweden: 3.13
  • Italy: 2.72 Spain: 2.64 China: 2.62 Pakistan: 2.6 France: 2.51
  • South Africa: 2.16 Russia: 1.67 European Union: 1.63 United States: 1.62 Canada: 1.62
  • Germany: 1.47 Egypt: 1.27 United Kingdom: 1.08 Ethiopia: 0.64 Mongolia: 0.37
  • Nigeria: 0.34
Global Case Comparison: - Major Countries - Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
  • Israel: 878.1 (68.88) Mongolia: 620.8 (67.5) United Kingdom: 334.1 (71.05) United States: 320.3 (62.43)
  • Turkey: 197.6 (61.12) Iran: 184.1 (26.98) France: 101.5 (73.35) Russia: 86.3 (31.64)
  • Vietnam: 85.6 (25.19) Sweden: 80.9 (69.27) European Union: 77.9 (65.88) Canada: 77.6 (74.73)
  • Germany: 74.6 (66.11) South Africa: 57.8 (18.38) Italy: 55.8 (72.76) Spain: 55.4 (79.67)
  • Mexico: 51.2 (46.96) Brazil: 49.3 (67.17) Australia: 47.4 (55.17) Japan: 46.1 (64.7)
  • Argentina: 39.6 (63.06) South Korea: 24.5 (67.4) India: 15.8 (41.03) Indonesia: 12.2 (26.87)
  • Pakistan: 10.1 (23.45) Bangladesh: 8.8 (12.71) Ethiopia: 6.6 (1.98) Egypt: 3.0 (7.16)
  • Nigeria: 1.7 (1.9) Saudi Arabia: 0.9 (64.76) China: 0.0 (n/a)
Global Case Comparison: Top 16 countries by Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
  • Grenada: 914.0 (25.23) Dominica: 881.2 (31.77) Israel: 878.1 (68.88) Montenegro: 646.4 (35.55)
  • Mongolia: 620.8 (67.5) Serbia: 617.1 (43.82) Suriname: 548.3 (36.17) Cuba: 498.2 (62.13)
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis: 431.4 (46.32) Georgia: 430.0 (22.97) Malaysia: 398.8 (66.06) Saint Lucia: 386.7 (n/a)
  • Antigua and Barbuda: 348.4 (44.24) United Kingdom: 334.1 (71.05) United States: 320.3 (62.43) Seychelles: 315.4 (n/a)
Global ICU Comparison: - Current, adjusted to Ontario's population - Source
  • United States: 1,112, Israel: 428, Canada: 263, United Kingdom: 231,
US State comparison - case count - Top 25 by last 7 ave. case count (Last 7/100k) - Source
  • TX: 20,982 (506.5), FL: 11,013 (358.9), CA: 10,189 (180.5), OH: 7,071 (423.5), TN: 6,870 (704.2),
  • GA: 6,691 (441.1), NC: 6,577 (439.0), SC: 4,773 (648.9), NY: 4,650 (167.3), KY: 4,297 (673.3),
  • PA: 4,247 (232.2), IL: 4,002 (221.1), IN: 3,868 (402.2), AL: 3,840 (548.3), VA: 3,689 (302.5),
  • WA: 3,339 (306.9), AZ: 2,671 (256.9), MI: 2,483 (174.0), LA: 2,427 (365.5), MO: 2,396 (273.3),
  • NJ: 2,328 (183.5), MN: 2,326 (288.7), OK: 2,114 (374.0), OR: 1,983 (329.2), WI: 1,958 (235.4),
US State comparison - vaccines count - % single dosed (change in week) - Source
  • PR: 77.3% (1.6%), VT: 76.9% (0.4%), MA: 76.4% (0.5%), HI: 75.7% (0.8%), CT: 74.8% (0.6%),
  • RI: 73.3% (0.8%), ME: 72.8% (0.8%), NJ: 71.3% (0.6%), NM: 71.3% (0.6%), PA: 70.8% (0.7%),
  • CA: 70.2% (0.6%), WA: 69.8% (1.2%), MD: 69.4% (0.6%), NY: 69.3% (0.9%), DC: 69.0% (0.7%),
  • NH: 68.3% (0.5%), IL: 67.2% (0.5%), VA: 66.7% (0.7%), FL: 65.6% (1.1%), OR: 65.5% (0.7%),
  • DE: 65.2% (0.5%), CO: 64.5% (0.5%), MN: 62.7% (0.4%), WI: 59.9% (0.5%), NV: 59.4% (0.6%),
  • KY: 59.0% (0.8%), KS: 58.7% (0.7%), TX: 58.5% (0.6%), NE: 58.5% (0.4%), AZ: 58.2% (0.6%),
  • SD: 57.8% (0.9%), NC: 57.7% (1.0%), UT: 57.6% (0.7%), IA: 57.2% (0.6%), AK: 56.0% (0.9%),
  • MI: 55.9% (0.3%), OK: 55.1% (0.9%), AR: 54.6% (0.6%), MO: 53.8% (0.5%), SC: 53.5% (0.8%),
  • MT: 53.5% (0.9%), OH: 53.4% (0.5%), GA: 52.8% (0.9%), TN: 51.4% (1.1%), AL: 51.3% (0.6%),
  • IN: 51.2% (0.5%), LA: 50.6% (0.5%), ND: 49.7% (0.7%), MS: 48.8% (1.1%), WV: 47.6% (0.3%),
  • WY: 47.0% (1.0%), ID: 45.6% (0.7%),
UK Watch - Source
The England age group data below is actually lagged by four days, i.e. the , the 'Today' data is actually '4 day ago' data.
Metric Today 7d ago 14d ago 21d ago 30d ago Peak
Cases - 7-day avg 32,969 38,456 33,776 33,550 28,618 59,660
Hosp. - current 8,413 8,021 7,325 7,011 5,879 39,254
Vent. - current 1,056 1,062 984 942 892 4,077
England weekly cases/100k by age:
<60 370.6 367.1 364.6 387.4 369.6 745.3
60+ 166.6 162.7 164.9 140.2 109.9 477.6
Jail Data - (latest data as of September 13) Source
  • Total inmate cases in last day/week: 0/33
  • Total inmate tests completed in last day/week (refused test in last day/week): 135/1691 (-45/239)
  • Jails with 2+ cases yesterday:
COVID App Stats - latest data as of September 13 - Source
  • Positives Uploaded to app in last day/week/month/since launch: 9 / 130 / 514 / 24,745 (1.6% / 2.6% / 2.5% / 4.6% of all cases)
  • App downloads in last day/week/month/since launch: 749 / 6,046 / 25,683 / 2,832,840 (72.5% / 53.1% / 54.2% / 42.4% Android share)
Case fatality rates by age group (last 30 days):
Age Group Outbreak CFR % Deaths Non-outbreak CFR% Deaths
19 & under 0.0% 0 0.07% 1
20s 0.0% 0 0.21% 3
30s 0.41% 1 0.28% 3
40s 1.04% 2 0.6% 4
50s 0.61% 1 2.05% 9
60s 5.62% 5 7.59% 24
70s 16.67% 4 34.17% 41
80s 72.22% 13 44.9% 22
90+ 30.43% 7 41.67% 5
Main data table:
PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Totals Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 593 722.4 732.3 34.0 34.5 51.9 34.9 6.2 7.0 67.4 27.7 4.9
Toronto PHU 141 144.7 152.6 32.5 34.2 43.1 39.7 6.6 10.6 67.8 27.0 5.2
Peel 61 81.3 91.9 35.4 40.0 46.7 41.8 4.0 7.4 65.4 30.4 4.1
Ottawa 46 55.0 36.9 36.5 24.5 44.9 41.6 5.5 8.1 74.0 22.6 3.3
Windsor 45 58.4 67.9 96.3 111.8 68.9 18.8 7.6 4.6 68.0 27.4 4.6
York 39 63.3 73.3 36.1 41.9 53.0 37.5 3.8 5.6 63.6 32.5 4.1
Hamilton 38 44.1 56.3 52.2 66.5 47.6 39.2 9.7 3.6 69.6 27.8 2.5
Niagara 34 32.7 31.3 48.5 46.3 48.0 29.7 17.0 5.2 65.9 22.8 11.8
Halton 26 26.0 23.7 29.4 26.8 46.2 37.4 7.7 8.8 59.9 32.3 7.6
Waterloo Region 20 25.7 20.9 30.8 25.0 53.9 37.8 -0.6 8.9 66.6 31.2 2.3
London 20 19.6 20.4 27.0 28.2 50.4 36.5 2.9 10.2 64.2 31.4 4.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 18 26.6 28.7 31.0 33.5 79.6 15.1 1.6 3.8 69.4 26.9 3.7
Durham 17 26.9 32.0 26.4 31.4 59.6 30.9 3.2 6.4 70.7 25.5 3.8
Eastern Ontario 11 8.9 9.9 29.7 33.1 75.8 12.9 6.5 4.8 75.8 24.1 0.0
Southwestern 10 8.7 4.4 28.8 14.7 55.7 36.1 6.6 1.6 65.6 26.3 6.6
Peterborough 9 6.3 4.7 29.7 22.3 93.2 0.0 0.0 6.8 84.1 13.6 2.3
Wellington-Guelph 9 15.6 14.7 34.9 33.0 52.3 43.1 2.8 1.8 60.5 30.3 9.2
Chatham-Kent 9 15.1 14.0 99.7 92.2 60.4 26.4 13.2 0.0 57.5 30.2 12.2
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 7 4.4 1.3 17.9 5.2 48.4 35.5 9.7 6.5 51.6 48.4 0.0
Hastings 6 4.4 3.4 18.4 14.2 48.4 35.5 0.0 16.1 74.2 25.8 0.0
Brant 5 13.9 14.3 62.5 64.4 32.0 64.9 2.1 1.0 69.1 28.9 2.0
Kingston 4 5.0 3.6 16.5 11.8 60.0 25.7 5.7 8.6 80.0 17.2 2.9
Northwestern 4 1.7 1.4 13.7 11.4 41.7 25.0 16.7 16.7 83.3 16.6 0.0
Huron Perth 4 4.1 5.1 20.8 25.8 69.0 27.6 0.0 3.4 72.3 13.7 13.7
Algoma 2 2.1 0.3 13.1 1.7 73.3 13.3 13.3 0.0 73.3 26.7 0.0
Haldimand-Norfolk 2 3.4 2.6 21.0 15.8 37.5 37.5 25.0 0.0 45.8 29.2 25.0
Sudbury 2 5.0 2.7 17.6 9.5 74.3 22.9 0.0 2.9 77.2 20.0 5.7
Porcupine 2 0.7 2.1 6.0 18.0 40.0 60.0 0.0 0.0 60.0 40.0 0.0
Thunder Bay 1 1.7 1.7 8.0 8.0 33.3 0.0 0.0 66.7 66.7 16.6 16.7
Haliburton, Kawartha 1 5.0 2.4 18.5 9.0 25.7 14.3 54.3 5.7 80.0 14.3 5.8
Regions of Zeroes 0 12.0 7.8 14.7 9.6 61.9 29.8 1.2 7.1 65.5 28.6 6.0
Vaccine coverage by PHU/age group - as of September 15 (% at least one/both dosed, chg. week) -
PHU name 12+ population Adults - 18plus 12-17yrs 18-29yrs 30-39yrs 40-49yrs 50-59yrs 60-69yrs 70-79yrs 80+
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 93.5%/87.9% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 94.6%/89.3% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 79.3%/69.4% (+1.5%/+2.2%) 76.7%/66.1% (+1.4%/+1.6%) 98.2%/87.6% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 91.5%/85.0% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 85.5%/81.7% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 103.9%/101.5% (+0.3%/+0.7%) 107.2%/105.7% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 105.8%/103.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Thunder Bay 89.5%/82.3% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 90.3%/83.7% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 77.4%/64.6% (+1.5%/+1.5%) 87.0%/73.8% (+1.5%/+1.7%) 84.9%/74.9% (+1.1%/+1.4%) 85.1%/78.2% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 88.2%/83.3% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 94.1%/90.9% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.2%/98.2% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 101.8%/98.9% (+0.0%/+0.3%)
Waterloo Region 88.1%/81.8% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 88.8%/82.9% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 80.8%/70.0% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 91.6%/80.9% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 84.8%/77.0% (+1.0%/+1.3%) 84.7%/79.2% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 85.8%/82.0% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 89.9%/87.2% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 94.9%/92.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 101.9%/99.1% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
City Of Ottawa 87.8%/81.7% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 87.6%/82.0% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 90.7%/77.9% (+1.0%/+1.5%) 78.1%/68.5% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 78.7%/71.8% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 89.6%/84.1% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 92.4%/88.3% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 94.1%/91.4% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 98.3%/96.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 103.6%/100.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Halton 87.6%/82.8% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 87.5%/83.2% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 88.1%/78.6% (+1.0%/+1.6%) 75.4%/68.6% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 80.2%/74.5% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 91.3%/86.9% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 91.6%/88.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 91.2%/88.9% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.4%/93.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 106.0%/103.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Huron Perth 87.3%/81.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 89.0%/83.6% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 68.3%/56.8% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 68.9%/59.4% (+1.2%/+1.6%) 84.2%/74.8% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 84.8%/78.0% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 82.4%/78.6% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 101.5%/99.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 108.8%/107.2% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 107.1%/105.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Middlesex-London 86.9%/80.0% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 87.1%/80.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 85.1%/73.5% (+1.5%/+2.0%) 82.8%/71.7% (+1.4%/+1.8%) 79.1%/70.3% (+1.1%/+1.4%) 87.9%/80.8% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 85.3%/80.8% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 92.2%/89.3% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 96.0%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 102.0%/98.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Durham Region 86.3%/81.1% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 86.8%/81.9% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 80.8%/72.1% (+1.4%/+2.6%) 76.9%/69.1% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 86.8%/79.4% (+1.2%/+1.3%) 86.8%/81.7% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 86.1%/82.6% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 91.2%/88.8% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 95.4%/93.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 102.8%/99.9% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Wellington-Guelph 86.1%/80.7% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 86.7%/81.6% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 79.0%/69.0% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 76.3%/67.9% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 81.3%/73.9% (+1.2%/+1.4%) 84.7%/79.7% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 86.7%/83.1% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 94.0%/91.3% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 98.1%/96.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 109.3%/106.5% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Eastern Ontario 85.9%/79.2% (+1.2%/+1.1%) 86.8%/80.6% (+1.0%/+1.0%) 75.1%/62.1% (+3.4%/+2.3%) 70.1%/59.0% (+1.8%/+1.8%) 87.5%/76.2% (+2.0%/+1.8%) 83.9%/76.6% (+1.4%/+1.3%) 81.4%/76.9% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 96.4%/93.2% (+0.6%/+0.6%) 99.2%/97.1% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 98.8%/95.8% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Algoma District 85.9%/79.2% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 86.8%/80.5% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 73.7%/61.1% (+1.5%/+1.7%) 72.2%/60.0% (+1.7%/+1.7%) 81.1%/71.0% (+1.7%/+1.6%) 84.7%/76.8% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 81.4%/76.3% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 94.9%/91.7% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 100.7%/98.6% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.4%/93.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Kingston 85.7%/79.6% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 85.7%/79.9% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 86.1%/74.7% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 76.9%/66.7% (+1.7%/+1.9%) 72.3%/64.2% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 82.0%/75.5% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 84.1%/79.7% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 98.6%/95.6% (+0.2%/+0.5%) 100.1%/98.3% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 101.6%/99.1% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Haliburton, Kawartha 85.5%/79.3% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 86.3%/80.5% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 72.1%/59.3% (+1.9%/+1.5%) 72.1%/60.4% (+1.2%/+1.1%) 86.1%/74.3% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 85.2%/77.6% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 75.0%/70.5% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 96.4%/93.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 96.7%/94.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 93.7%/91.0% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Niagara 85.4%/78.1% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 86.2%/79.4% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 74.2%/60.4% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 75.4%/62.8% (+1.7%/+2.1%) 81.1%/70.3% (+1.6%/+2.0%) 86.3%/78.5% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 81.7%/76.6% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 93.3%/90.1% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 96.9%/94.7% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 98.7%/95.6% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Peterborough County-City 84.7%/78.4% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 85.2%/79.4% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 76.6%/63.3% (+2.1%/+2.3%) 74.4%/63.5% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 75.6%/66.2% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 84.3%/77.2% (+1.2%/+1.5%) 76.0%/71.7% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 95.5%/92.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 101.8%/100.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 98.4%/96.2% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Peel Region 84.3%/76.6% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 85.3%/78.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 72.8%/62.2% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 93.2%/78.0% (+1.3%/+2.1%) 78.0%/69.6% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 77.5%/71.8% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 85.5%/81.2% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 88.3%/85.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 87.9%/85.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.0%/91.7% (+0.1%/+0.4%)
York Region 84.2%/79.2% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 84.5%/80.1% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 81.0%/70.3% (+1.1%/+2.0%) 74.2%/67.6% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 78.6%/72.7% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 87.6%/83.0% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 87.2%/83.8% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 88.2%/85.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 91.7%/89.7% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 99.4%/96.4% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Southwestern 84.0%/78.0% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 85.5%/79.8% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 67.8%/58.9% (+1.6%/+2.2%) 68.4%/58.6% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 83.8%/74.1% (+1.6%/+1.9%) 82.7%/76.2% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 83.1%/79.0% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 95.8%/93.3% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 101.7%/99.9% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.3%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Northwestern 84.0%/75.7% (+1.3%/+1.7%) 85.0%/77.3% (+1.2%/+1.3%) 73.4%/59.1% (+2.9%/+4.7%) 76.4%/64.3% (+1.8%/+1.9%) 89.2%/77.4% (+1.9%/+1.6%) 85.3%/76.7% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 81.1%/75.4% (+1.0%/+1.2%) 90.1%/86.0% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 92.2%/89.5% (+0.3%/+0.8%) 89.2%/85.5% (+0.3%/+0.6%)
Simcoe Muskoka District 83.9%/77.2% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 84.5%/78.3% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 75.9%/62.9% (+1.6%/+2.0%) 73.4%/62.0% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 79.4%/69.4% (+1.4%/+1.6%) 81.4%/74.5% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 79.3%/75.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 96.0%/93.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 97.0%/95.1% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 100.2%/97.4% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Sudbury And District 83.6%/76.5% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 84.2%/77.4% (+1.1%/+1.1%) 76.1%/64.2% (+2.2%/+2.7%) 73.7%/61.2% (+2.2%/+2.0%) 72.9%/62.7% (+1.9%/+1.7%) 79.8%/72.2% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 83.2%/77.9% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 93.1%/90.0% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 97.6%/95.3% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 105.0%/102.2% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Windsor-Essex County 83.2%/76.0% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 84.3%/77.6% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 70.8%/57.6% (+1.4%/+1.4%) 74.2%/63.1% (+1.4%/+1.5%) 81.8%/71.4% (+1.4%/+1.5%) 82.7%/75.4% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 82.5%/77.6% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 91.4%/88.2% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 95.0%/92.8% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 97.6%/94.5% (+0.2%/+0.2%)
Grey Bruce 82.9%/77.8% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 84.1%/79.4% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 66.2%/55.5% (+1.7%/+1.8%) 64.8%/56.4% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 80.5%/72.3% (+1.1%/+1.5%) 84.7%/78.6% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 78.0%/74.2% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 94.1%/91.9% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 97.3%/95.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 92.4%/89.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Porcupine 82.9%/74.3% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 83.9%/75.8% (+1.3%/+1.6%) 72.0%/57.7% (+3.3%/+3.6%) 74.0%/59.0% (+2.0%/+2.2%) 75.8%/63.8% (+2.6%/+2.6%) 78.2%/69.7% (+1.5%/+1.8%) 83.9%/78.0% (+1.1%/+1.6%) 91.0%/87.2% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 99.0%/96.0% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 102.2%/98.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
North Bay 82.8%/76.2% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 83.5%/77.3% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 72.6%/59.5% (+2.4%/+1.8%) 67.1%/55.5% (+1.3%/+1.2%) 74.3%/63.7% (+1.4%/+1.4%) 80.6%/73.0% (+0.9%/+1.1%) 79.4%/74.6% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 95.2%/92.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 95.4%/93.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 100.1%/97.2% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Hastings 82.8%/75.6% (+1.0%/+1.3%) 83.5%/76.8% (+0.9%/+1.2%) 72.8%/59.1% (+2.3%/+2.5%) 67.2%/54.2% (+1.7%/+2.1%) 73.2%/62.3% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 78.5%/69.9% (+1.3%/+1.6%) 77.1%/72.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 97.5%/94.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 99.4%/97.0% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.5%/94.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Brant County 82.5%/76.2% (-0.2%/-0.1%) 83.6%/77.7% (-0.3%/-0.1%) 70.0%/59.5% (+1.3%/+1.2%) 70.9%/60.9% (+0.7%/+0.5%) 78.2%/69.6% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 82.8%/76.3% (-0.1%/+0.1%) 82.0%/77.9% (-0.8%/-0.5%) 91.1%/88.2% (-1.3%/-1.1%) 98.4%/96.4% (-1.0%/-0.8%) 100.8%/97.8% (-0.5%/-0.4%)
Toronto 82.3%/76.5% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 82.5%/77.0% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 78.8%/68.4% (+0.9%/+1.7%) 75.2%/66.6% (+1.1%/+1.3%) 79.1%/72.8% (+0.7%/+1.0%) 77.9%/73.0% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 87.6%/83.2% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 90.9%/87.5% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 93.7%/91.1% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 89.6%/86.4% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Timiskaming 82.2%/75.7% (+1.5%/+1.4%) 82.9%/77.0% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 72.2%/57.6% (+5.6%/+4.3%) 66.7%/54.5% (+2.4%/+2.3%) 78.5%/69.3% (+1.9%/+2.5%) 79.9%/73.2% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 78.3%/73.7% (+1.0%/+1.0%) 90.0%/86.8% (+0.6%/+0.6%) 96.8%/94.6% (+0.4%/+0.2%) 98.4%/95.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%)
City Of Hamilton 81.5%/74.4% (+0.8%/+1.0%) 82.0%/75.5% (+0.7%/+0.9%) 74.7%/60.6% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 71.9%/61.1% (+1.3%/+1.5%) 76.0%/67.6% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 80.4%/73.4% (+0.8%/+1.1%) 83.2%/78.1% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 89.2%/85.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 94.6%/92.1% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 97.8%/94.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Haldimand-Norfolk 81.3%/75.0% (+2.6%/+2.5%) 83.0%/77.2% (+2.5%/+2.5%) 58.7%/47.1% (+3.5%/+2.3%) 62.1%/52.4% (+3.0%/+2.9%) 81.5%/70.5% (+3.7%/+3.6%) 83.7%/75.5% (+3.2%/+3.4%) 77.3%/72.7% (+2.1%/+2.3%) 91.4%/88.9% (+2.2%/+2.3%) 100.0%/98.1% (+1.6%/+1.6%) 97.1%/94.7% (+1.0%/+1.1%)
Chatham-Kent 80.3%/73.6% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 82.1%/75.8% (+1.1%/+1.1%) 59.4%/47.4% (+2.5%/+1.9%) 62.9%/52.4% (+2.0%/+1.8%) 72.2%/61.5% (+2.0%/+2.0%) 79.1%/70.9% (+1.6%/+1.6%) 78.1%/72.8% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 94.3%/91.2% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 100.3%/98.2% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 99.9%/97.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Renfrew 80.2%/74.5% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 80.8%/75.4% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 72.5%/60.8% (+2.0%/+2.1%) 63.9%/54.2% (+1.4%/+1.7%) 64.5%/56.8% (+1.3%/+1.3%) 73.5%/67.0% (+1.1%/+0.9%) 79.5%/75.1% (+0.6%/+0.8%) 98.6%/95.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 99.8%/97.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 95.1%/92.6% (+0.2%/+0.1%)
Lambton County 80.1%/74.5% (+1.0%/+0.9%) 81.1%/75.8% (+0.9%/+0.9%) 66.7%/56.7% (+2.6%/+1.6%) 68.0%/57.7% (+1.9%/+1.7%) 77.4%/68.5% (+1.8%/+1.6%) 80.5%/73.7% (+1.2%/+1.2%) 76.4%/72.5% (+0.7%/+0.7%) 87.3%/84.9% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 94.5%/92.9% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 91.3%/89.4% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Canada comparison - Source
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7 Vaccines->> Vax(day) To date (per 100) Weekly vax update->> % with 1+ % with both
Canada 4,048 4210.7 3785.1 77.6 69.7 5.0 74,614 143.2 73.77 67.8
Alberta 1,434 1474.7 1279.7 233.4 202.6 11.6 9,743 128.1 66.87 60.0
Quebec 633 743.7 661.1 60.7 54.0 3.1 15,213 147.5 76.07 71.1
British Columbia 677 724.1 668.9 98.5 90.9 6.2 12,393 148.2 76.25 69.6
Ontario 577 716.9 746.9 34.1 35.5 3.0 28,657 144.0 73.89 68.1
Saskatchewan 508 405.0 353.0 240.5 209.6 11.6 665 127.5 65.74 59.0
Manitoba 56 60.0 43.6 30.4 22.1 2.7 2,228 141.1 72.2 67.4
New Brunswick 35 30.6 12.7 27.4 11.4 2.8 608 144.9 74.48 66.6
Nova Scotia 66 25.4 6.4 18.2 4.6 0.9 2,917 150.3 77.48 71.0
Northwest Territories 56 21.1 6.7 327.7 104.1 11.7 513 150.8 65.08 60.6
Newfoundland N/R 4.3 4.7 5.8 6.3 0.5 0 152.7 80.24 71.1
Prince Edward Island 3 2.9 0.3 12.5 1.2 1.0 1,171 155.0 80.69 72.5
Yukon 3 1.9 1.0 30.9 16.7 inf 82 156.2 77.09 73.1
Nunavut 0 0.1 0.1 2.5 2.5 0.3 424 115.2 60.25 53.3
LTCs with 2+ new cases today: Why are there 0.5 cases/deaths?
LTC_Home City Beds New LTC cases Current Active Cases
R. H. Lawson Eventide Home Niagara Falls 101.0 9.0 20.0
Berkshire Care Centre Windsor 231.0 2.5 2.5
Tall Pines Long Term Care Centre Brampton 160.0 2.5 2.5
LTC Deaths today: - this section is reported by the Ministry of LTC and the data may not reconcile with the LTC data above because that is published by the MoH.
LTC_Home City Beds Today's Deaths All-time Deaths
None reported by the Ministry of LTC
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Durham 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2021-08-30 2021-08-28 1
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2021.05.23 20:42 Cutie_McBootyy Bowling stats of all the teams in ODIs since CWC'19

Hi guys! First of all, I'm not a designer, so apologies for the text format of this post. I would've loved to create elegant graphics but it would take me too long as I would have to learn a few things first.
A few days ago there was a post that showed the economy rates of pacers and spinners for some of the teams. Some of the comments said that these numbers don't reflect the conditions and experiments in bowling done by some teams after the WC. It also didn't reflect the runs scored by the teams. So I decided to spend some time over the weekend to try and look at the wider picture. So here are the detailed numbers (series-wise and overall) for all the teams sorted by their current international ODI ranking. I am only displaying the data for the top 10 teams but I also generated it for all the other international teams. Let me know if you would like to see it for any team not on the list. Please feel free to suggest any changes that I can make to the presentation or any extra data that I can add. Thanks!


Team = New Zealand
Total Matches Completed = 7

Total Overs Bowled = 333.00
Total Runs Given = 1708.0
Average Overs Bowled = 47.57
Average Runs Given = 244.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.13

Total Overs Batted = 306.00
Total Runs Scored = 1833.0
Average Overs Batted = 43.71
Average Runs Scored = 261.86
Average Run Rate = 5.99

Net Run Rate = 0.14

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
James Neesham ----- 7
Mitchell Santner ----- 6
Kyle Jamieson ----- 5
Trent Boult ----- 4
Colin de Grandhomme ----- 4
Tim Southee ----- 3
Matt Henry ----- 3
Hamish Bennett ----- 3
Daryl Mitchell ----- 3
Ish Sodhi ----- 2

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New Zealand vs India in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 148.50
Total Runs Given = 894.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.50
Average Runs Given = 298.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.02

Total Overs Batted = 145.33
Total Runs Scored = 921.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.44
Average Runs Scored = 307.00
Average Run Rate = 6.34

Net Run Rate = 0.05

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New Zealand vs Australia in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 50.00
Total Runs Given = 258.0
Average Overs Bowled = 50.00
Average Runs Given = 258.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.16

Total Overs Batted = 41.00
Total Runs Scored = 187.0
Average Overs Batted = 41.00
Average Runs Scored = 187.00
Average Run Rate = 4.56

Net Run Rate = -0.10

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New Zealand vs Bangladesh in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 134.50
Total Runs Given = 556.0
Average Overs Bowled = 44.83
Average Runs Given = 185.33
Average Economy Rate = 4.13

Total Overs Batted = 119.67
Total Runs Scored = 725.0
Average Overs Batted = 39.89
Average Runs Scored = 241.67
Average Run Rate = 6.06

Net Run Rate = 0.32

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Team = Australia
Total Matches Completed = 13

Total Overs Bowled = 631.67
Total Runs Given = 3650.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.59
Average Runs Given = 280.77
Average Economy Rate = 5.78

Total Overs Batted = 629.83
Total Runs Scored = 3706.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.45
Average Runs Scored = 285.08
Average Run Rate = 5.88

Net Run Rate = 0.02

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Marnus Labuschagne ----- 13
Adam Zampa ----- 13
Pat Cummins ----- 11
Mitchell Starc ----- 11
Josh Hazlewood ----- 10
Mitchell Marsh ----- 7
Glenn Maxwell ----- 6
Ashton Agar ----- 5
Kane Richardson ----- 3
Moises Henriques ----- 2

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Australia vs India in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 146.67
Total Runs Given = 884.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.89
Average Runs Given = 294.67
Average Economy Rate = 6.03

Total Overs Batted = 136.83
Total Runs Scored = 848.0
Average Overs Batted = 45.61
Average Runs Scored = 282.67
Average Run Rate = 6.20

Net Run Rate = 0.03

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Australia vs South Africa in Africa

Total Overs Bowled = 144.00
Total Runs Given = 823.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.00
Average Runs Given = 274.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.72

Total Overs Batted = 145.17
Total Runs Scored = 742.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.39
Average Runs Scored = 247.33
Average Run Rate = 5.11

Net Run Rate = -0.10

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Australia vs New Zealand in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 41.00
Total Runs Given = 187.0
Average Overs Bowled = 41.00
Average Runs Given = 187.00
Average Economy Rate = 4.56

Total Overs Batted = 50.00
Total Runs Scored = 258.0
Average Overs Batted = 50.00
Average Runs Scored = 258.00
Average Run Rate = 5.16

Net Run Rate = 0.10

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Australia vs England in Europe

Total Overs Bowled = 150.00
Total Runs Given = 808.0
Average Overs Bowled = 50.00
Average Runs Given = 269.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.39

Total Overs Batted = 148.33
Total Runs Scored = 806.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.44
Average Runs Scored = 268.67
Average Run Rate = 5.43

Net Run Rate = 0.01

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Australia vs India in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 150.00
Total Runs Given = 948.0
Average Overs Bowled = 50.00
Average Runs Given = 316.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.32

Total Overs Batted = 149.50
Total Runs Scored = 1052.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.83
Average Runs Scored = 350.67
Average Run Rate = 7.04

Net Run Rate = 0.12

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Team = India
Total Matches Completed = 17

Total Overs Bowled = 785.67
Total Runs Given = 5067.0
Average Overs Bowled = 46.22
Average Runs Given = 298.06
Average Economy Rate = 6.45

Total Overs Batted = 824.67
Total Runs Scored = 5233.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.51
Average Runs Scored = 307.82
Average Run Rate = 6.35

Net Run Rate = -0.02

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Ravindra Jadeja ----- 14
Mohammed Shami ----- 11
Kuldeep Yadav ----- 11
Shardul Thakur ----- 10
Jasprit Bumrah ----- 9
Navdeep Saini ----- 7
Kedar Jadhav ----- 7
Hardik Pandya ----- 6
Yuzvendra Chahal ----- 5
Bhuvneshwar Kumar ----- 5

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India vs West Indies in Americas

Total Overs Bowled = 77.00
Total Runs Given = 450.0
Average Overs Bowled = 38.50
Average Runs Given = 225.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.84

Total Overs Batted = 82.50
Total Runs Scored = 535.0
Average Overs Batted = 41.25
Average Runs Scored = 267.50
Average Run Rate = 6.48

Net Run Rate = 0.11

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India vs West Indies in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 141.33
Total Runs Given = 886.0
Average Overs Bowled = 47.11
Average Runs Given = 295.33
Average Economy Rate = 6.27

Total Overs Batted = 148.67
Total Runs Scored = 990.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.56
Average Runs Scored = 330.00
Average Run Rate = 6.66

Net Run Rate = 0.07

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India vs Australia in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 136.83
Total Runs Given = 848.0
Average Overs Bowled = 45.61
Average Runs Given = 282.67
Average Economy Rate = 6.20

Total Overs Batted = 146.67
Total Runs Scored = 884.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.89
Average Runs Scored = 294.67
Average Run Rate = 6.03

Net Run Rate = -0.03

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India vs New Zealand in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 145.33
Total Runs Given = 921.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.44
Average Runs Given = 307.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.34

Total Overs Batted = 148.50
Total Runs Scored = 894.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.50
Average Runs Scored = 298.00
Average Run Rate = 6.02

Net Run Rate = -0.05

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India vs Australia in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 149.50
Total Runs Given = 1052.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.83
Average Runs Given = 350.67
Average Economy Rate = 7.04

Total Overs Batted = 150.00
Total Runs Scored = 948.0
Average Overs Batted = 50.00
Average Runs Scored = 316.00
Average Run Rate = 6.32

Net Run Rate = -0.12

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India vs England in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 135.67
Total Runs Given = 910.0
Average Overs Bowled = 45.22
Average Runs Given = 303.33
Average Economy Rate = 6.71

Total Overs Batted = 148.33
Total Runs Scored = 982.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.44
Average Runs Scored = 327.33
Average Run Rate = 6.62

Net Run Rate = -0.01

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Team = England
Total Matches Completed = 11

Total Overs Bowled = 538.83
Total Runs Given = 3016.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.98
Average Runs Given = 274.18
Average Economy Rate = 5.60

Total Overs Batted = 489.17
Total Runs Scored = 2951.0
Average Overs Batted = 44.47
Average Runs Scored = 268.27
Average Run Rate = 6.03

Net Run Rate = 0.07

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Adil Rashid ----- 10
Tom Curran ----- 8
Moeen Ali ----- 8
Sam Curran ----- 5
Saqib Mahmood ----- 4
Mark Wood ----- 4
Chris Woakes ----- 4
Reece Topley ----- 3
Jofra Archer ----- 3
David Willey ----- 3

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England vs South Africa in Africa

Total Overs Bowled = 97.67
Total Runs Given = 515.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.83
Average Runs Given = 257.50
Average Economy Rate = 5.27

Total Overs Batted = 93.33
Total Runs Scored = 515.0
Average Overs Batted = 46.67
Average Runs Scored = 257.50
Average Run Rate = 5.52

Net Run Rate = 0.04

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England vs Ireland in Europe

Total Overs Bowled = 144.50
Total Runs Given = 713.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.17
Average Runs Given = 237.67
Average Economy Rate = 4.93

Total Overs Batted = 110.17
Total Runs Scored = 718.0
Average Overs Batted = 36.72
Average Runs Scored = 239.33
Average Run Rate = 6.52

Net Run Rate = 0.26

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England vs Australia in Europe

Total Overs Bowled = 148.33
Total Runs Given = 806.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.44
Average Runs Given = 268.67
Average Economy Rate = 5.43

Total Overs Batted = 150.00
Total Runs Scored = 808.0
Average Overs Batted = 50.00
Average Runs Scored = 269.33
Average Run Rate = 5.39

Net Run Rate = -0.01

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England vs India in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 148.33
Total Runs Given = 982.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.44
Average Runs Given = 327.33
Average Economy Rate = 6.62

Total Overs Batted = 135.67
Total Runs Scored = 910.0
Average Overs Batted = 45.22
Average Runs Scored = 303.33
Average Run Rate = 6.71

Net Run Rate = 0.01

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Team = South Africa
Total Matches Completed = 8

Total Overs Bowled = 388.50
Total Runs Given = 2175.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.56
Average Runs Given = 271.88
Average Economy Rate = 5.60

Total Overs Batted = 391.17
Total Runs Scored = 2244.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.90
Average Runs Scored = 280.50
Average Run Rate = 5.74

Net Run Rate = 0.02

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Andile Phehlukwayo ----- 8
Tabraiz Shamsi ----- 6
Lungi Ngidi ----- 6
JJ Smuts ----- 5
Anrich Nortje ----- 5
Lutho Sipamla ----- 4
Keshav Maharaj ----- 4
Beuran Hendricks ----- 3
Kagiso Rabada ----- 2
Daryn Dupavillon ----- 2

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South Africa vs England in Africa

Total Overs Bowled = 93.33
Total Runs Given = 515.0
Average Overs Bowled = 46.67
Average Runs Given = 257.50
Average Economy Rate = 5.52

Total Overs Batted = 97.67
Total Runs Scored = 515.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.83
Average Runs Scored = 257.50
Average Run Rate = 5.27

Net Run Rate = -0.04

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South Africa vs Australia in Africa

Total Overs Bowled = 145.17
Total Runs Given = 742.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.39
Average Runs Given = 247.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.11

Total Overs Batted = 144.00
Total Runs Scored = 823.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.00
Average Runs Scored = 274.33
Average Run Rate = 5.72

Net Run Rate = 0.10

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South Africa vs Pakistan in Africa

Total Overs Bowled = 150.00
Total Runs Given = 918.0
Average Overs Bowled = 50.00
Average Runs Given = 306.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.12

Total Overs Batted = 149.50
Total Runs Scored = 906.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.83
Average Runs Scored = 302.00
Average Run Rate = 6.06

Net Run Rate = -0.01

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Team = Pakistan
Total Matches Completed = 8

Total Overs Bowled = 391.17
Total Runs Given = 2180.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.90
Average Runs Given = 272.50
Average Economy Rate = 5.57

Total Overs Batted = 383.67
Total Runs Scored = 2289.0
Average Overs Batted = 47.96
Average Runs Scored = 286.12
Average Run Rate = 5.97

Net Run Rate = 0.07

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Shaheen Shah Afridi ----- 6
Haris Rauf ----- 5
Faheem Ashraf ----- 5
Wahab Riaz ----- 4
Shadab Khan ----- 4
Mohammad Hasnain ----- 3
Imad Wasim ----- 3
Usman Shinwari ----- 2
Muhammad Musa ----- 2
Mohammad Nawaz ----- 2

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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 96.83
Total Runs Given = 535.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.42
Average Runs Given = 267.50
Average Economy Rate = 5.52

Total Overs Batted = 98.33
Total Runs Scored = 604.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.17
Average Runs Scored = 302.00
Average Run Rate = 6.14

Net Run Rate = 0.10

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Pakistan vs Zimbabwe in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 144.83
Total Runs Given = 739.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.28
Average Runs Given = 246.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.10

Total Overs Batted = 135.33
Total Runs Scored = 767.0
Average Overs Batted = 45.11
Average Runs Scored = 255.67
Average Run Rate = 5.67

Net Run Rate = 0.09

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Pakistan vs South Africa in Africa

Total Overs Bowled = 149.50
Total Runs Given = 906.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.83
Average Runs Given = 302.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.06

Total Overs Batted = 150.00
Total Runs Scored = 918.0
Average Overs Batted = 50.00
Average Runs Scored = 306.00
Average Run Rate = 6.12

Net Run Rate = 0.01

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Team = Bangladesh
Total Matches Completed = 13

Total Overs Bowled = 559.50
Total Runs Given = 2934.0
Average Overs Bowled = 43.04
Average Runs Given = 225.69
Average Economy Rate = 5.24

Total Overs Batted = 572.33
Total Runs Scored = 2982.0
Average Overs Batted = 44.03
Average Runs Scored = 229.38
Average Run Rate = 5.21

Net Run Rate = -0.01

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Mehidy Hasan Miraz ----- 13
Mahmudullah ----- 13
Mustafizur Rahman ----- 11
Taskin Ahmed ----- 5
Taijul Islam ----- 5
Rubel Hossain ----- 5
Mohammad Saifuddin ----- 5
Shakib Al Hasan ----- 4
Shafiul Islam ----- 4
Mashrafe Mortaza ----- 3

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Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 144.67
Total Runs Given = 850.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.22
Average Runs Given = 283.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.88

Total Overs Batted = 127.67
Total Runs Scored = 633.0
Average Overs Batted = 42.56
Average Runs Scored = 211.00
Average Run Rate = 4.96

Net Run Rate = -0.15

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Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 126.67
Total Runs Given = 688.0
Average Overs Bowled = 42.22
Average Runs Given = 229.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.43

Total Overs Batted = 143.00
Total Runs Scored = 965.0
Average Overs Batted = 47.67
Average Runs Scored = 321.67
Average Run Rate = 6.75

Net Run Rate = 0.22

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Bangladesh vs West Indies in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 120.33
Total Runs Given = 447.0
Average Overs Bowled = 40.11
Average Runs Given = 149.00
Average Economy Rate = 3.71

Total Overs Batted = 117.17
Total Runs Scored = 571.0
Average Overs Batted = 39.06
Average Runs Scored = 190.33
Average Run Rate = 4.87

Net Run Rate = 0.19

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Bangladesh vs New Zealand in Oceania

Total Overs Bowled = 119.67
Total Runs Given = 725.0
Average Overs Bowled = 39.89
Average Runs Given = 241.67
Average Economy Rate = 6.06

Total Overs Batted = 134.50
Total Runs Scored = 556.0
Average Overs Batted = 44.83
Average Runs Scored = 185.33
Average Run Rate = 4.13

Net Run Rate = -0.32

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Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 48.17
Total Runs Given = 224.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.17
Average Runs Given = 224.00
Average Economy Rate = 4.65

Total Overs Batted = 50.00
Total Runs Scored = 257.0
Average Overs Batted = 50.00
Average Runs Scored = 257.00
Average Run Rate = 5.14

Net Run Rate = 0.08

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Team = West Indies
Total Matches Completed = 20

Total Overs Bowled = 932.83
Total Runs Given = 5080.0
Average Overs Bowled = 46.64
Average Runs Given = 254.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.45

Total Overs Batted = 887.67
Total Runs Scored = 4665.0
Average Overs Batted = 44.38
Average Runs Scored = 233.25
Average Run Rate = 5.26

Net Run Rate = -0.03

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Alzarri Joseph ----- 18
Kieron Pollard ----- 15
Roston Chase ----- 13
Jason Holder ----- 13
Sheldon Cottrell ----- 11
Hayden Walsh ----- 9
Keemo Paul ----- 8
Romario Shepherd ----- 7
Fabian Allen ----- 6
Akeal Hosein ----- 6

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West Indies vs India in Americas

Total Overs Bowled = 82.50
Total Runs Given = 535.0
Average Overs Bowled = 41.25
Average Runs Given = 267.50
Average Economy Rate = 6.48

Total Overs Batted = 77.00
Total Runs Scored = 450.0
Average Overs Batted = 38.50
Average Runs Scored = 225.00
Average Run Rate = 5.84

Net Run Rate = -0.11

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West Indies vs Afghanistan in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 289.67
Total Runs Given = 1633.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.28
Average Runs Given = 272.17
Average Economy Rate = 5.64

Total Overs Batted = 286.50
Total Runs Scored = 1583.0
Average Overs Batted = 47.75
Average Runs Scored = 263.83
Average Run Rate = 5.53

Net Run Rate = -0.02

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West Indies vs Ireland in Americas

Total Overs Bowled = 145.33
Total Runs Given = 620.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.44
Average Runs Given = 206.67
Average Economy Rate = 4.27

Total Overs Batted = 119.50
Total Runs Scored = 625.0
Average Overs Batted = 39.83
Average Runs Scored = 208.33
Average Run Rate = 5.23

Net Run Rate = 0.16

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West Indies vs Sri Lanka in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 149.17
Total Runs Given = 942.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.72
Average Runs Given = 314.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.32

Total Overs Batted = 139.17
Total Runs Scored = 774.0
Average Overs Batted = 46.39
Average Runs Scored = 258.00
Average Run Rate = 5.56

Net Run Rate = -0.13

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West Indies vs Bangladesh in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 117.17
Total Runs Given = 571.0
Average Overs Bowled = 39.06
Average Runs Given = 190.33
Average Economy Rate = 4.87

Total Overs Batted = 120.33
Total Runs Scored = 447.0
Average Overs Batted = 40.11
Average Runs Scored = 149.00
Average Run Rate = 3.71

Net Run Rate = -0.19

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West Indies vs Sri Lanka in Americas

Total Overs Bowled = 149.00
Total Runs Given = 779.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.67
Average Runs Given = 259.67
Average Economy Rate = 5.23

Total Overs Batted = 145.17
Total Runs Scored = 786.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.39
Average Runs Scored = 262.00
Average Run Rate = 5.41

Net Run Rate = 0.03

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Team = Sri Lanka
Total Matches Completed = 12

Total Overs Bowled = 560.33
Total Runs Given = 3054.0
Average Overs Bowled = 46.69
Average Runs Given = 254.50
Average Economy Rate = 5.45

Total Overs Batted = 587.83
Total Runs Scored = 3330.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.99
Average Runs Scored = 277.50
Average Run Rate = 5.66

Net Run Rate = 0.04

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Wanindu Hasaranga ----- 10
Nuwan Pradeep ----- 9
Lakshan Sandakan ----- 8
Angelo Mathews ----- 7
Thisara Perera ----- 6
Isuru Udana ----- 6
Dhananjaya de Silva ----- 6
Danushka Gunathilaka ----- 6
Lahiru Kumara ----- 5
Dasun Shanaka ----- 5

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Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 127.67
Total Runs Given = 633.0
Average Overs Bowled = 42.56
Average Runs Given = 211.00
Average Economy Rate = 4.96

Total Overs Batted = 144.67
Total Runs Scored = 850.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.22
Average Runs Scored = 283.33
Average Run Rate = 5.88

Net Run Rate = 0.15

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Sri Lanka vs Pakistan in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 98.33
Total Runs Given = 604.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.17
Average Runs Given = 302.00
Average Economy Rate = 6.14

Total Overs Batted = 96.83
Total Runs Scored = 535.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.42
Average Runs Scored = 267.50
Average Run Rate = 5.52

Net Run Rate = -0.10

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Sri Lanka vs West Indies in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 139.17
Total Runs Given = 774.0
Average Overs Bowled = 46.39
Average Runs Given = 258.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.56

Total Overs Batted = 149.17
Total Runs Scored = 942.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.72
Average Runs Scored = 314.00
Average Run Rate = 6.32

Net Run Rate = 0.13

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Sri Lanka vs West Indies in Americas

Total Overs Bowled = 145.17
Total Runs Given = 786.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.39
Average Runs Given = 262.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.41

Total Overs Batted = 149.00
Total Runs Scored = 779.0
Average Overs Batted = 49.67
Average Runs Scored = 259.67
Average Run Rate = 5.23

Net Run Rate = -0.03

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Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 50.00
Total Runs Given = 257.0
Average Overs Bowled = 50.00
Average Runs Given = 257.00
Average Economy Rate = 5.14

Total Overs Batted = 48.17
Total Runs Scored = 224.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.17
Average Runs Scored = 224.00
Average Run Rate = 4.65

Net Run Rate = -0.08

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Team = Afghanistan
Total Matches Completed = 6

Total Overs Bowled = 292.33
Total Runs Given = 1457.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.72
Average Runs Given = 242.83
Average Economy Rate = 4.98

Total Overs Batted = 286.33
Total Runs Scored = 1456.0
Average Overs Batted = 47.72
Average Runs Scored = 242.67
Average Run Rate = 5.08

Net Run Rate = 0.02

Most Frequent Bowlers / All Rounders
Rashid Khan ----- 6
Rahmat Shah ----- 6
Mujeeb Ur Rahman ----- 6
Mohammad Nabi ----- 6
Naveen-ul-Haq ----- 5
Gulbadin Naib ----- 4
Sharafuddin Ashraf ----- 2
Yamin Ahmadzai ----- 1
Azmatullah Omarzai ----- 1

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Afghanistan vs West Indies in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 145.17
Total Runs Given = 697.0
Average Overs Bowled = 48.39
Average Runs Given = 232.33
Average Economy Rate = 4.80

Total Overs Batted = 141.00
Total Runs Scored = 643.0
Average Overs Batted = 47.00
Average Runs Scored = 214.33
Average Run Rate = 4.56

Net Run Rate = -0.04

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Afghanistan vs Ireland in Asia

Total Overs Bowled = 147.17
Total Runs Given = 760.0
Average Overs Bowled = 49.06
Average Runs Given = 253.33
Average Economy Rate = 5.16

Total Overs Batted = 145.33
Total Runs Scored = 813.0
Average Overs Batted = 48.44
Average Runs Scored = 271.00
Average Run Rate = 5.59

Net Run Rate = 0.07

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