List of Professional Bull Riders Champions

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List of Professional Bull Riders Champions
Professional Bull Riders logo.png
SportBull riding
Founded1992
Owner(s)Endeavor
CompetitorsOver 500 total; 40 in highest ranked tour[1][2]
Countries United States
 Canada
 Mexico
 Brazil
 Australia
Most recent
champion(s)
United States Daylon Swearingen
Official websitePBR.com

This List of Professional Bull Riders Champions provides lists of all the world champion title winners, including one livestock award which are won during the PBR World Finals event in Las Vegas, Nevada. There are the World Champion bull riders, World Finals event champions, World Champion Bulls, and Rookie of the Year, for example. Also listed are the winners of various awards that are given out at the PBR World Finals. The Professional Bull Riders, Inc. (PBR) is an international professional bull riding organization based in Pueblo, Colorado, United States. In the U.S., PBR events have been televised on CBS and CBS Sports Network since 2012, streamed on the PBR RidePass channel on Pluto TV since 2021, and steamed on Paramount+ plus since 2022.[3][4][5] More than 500 cowboys from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia and other countries hold PBR memberships.[6][7] This article lists all the various champions and awards that have been bestowed since the founding of the PBR in 1992.

World Champion Bull Riders[edit]

Source:[8][9]

World Finals Event Champions[edit]

Source:[8][10]

Rookie of the Year[edit]

  • 2022 United States Bob Mitchell
  • 2021 United States Eli Vastbinder
  • 2020 United States Boudreaux Campbell
  • 2019 United States Dalton Kasel
  • 2018 United States Keyshawn Whitehorse
  • 2017 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme
  • 2016 United States Jess Lockwood
  • 2015 Brazil Kaique Pacheco
  • 2014 United States J. W. Harris
  • 2013 Brazil João Ricardo Vieira
  • 2012 Brazil Emilio Resende
  • 2011 Brazil Rubens Barbosa
  • 2010 Brazil Silvano Alves
  • 2009 United States Cody Nance
  • 2008 United States Reese Cates
  • 2007 United States Clayton Williams
  • 2006 United States J.B. Mauney
  • 2005 United States Kody Lostroh
  • 2004 United States Zack Brown
  • 2003 United States Jody Newberry
  • 2002 United States Dan Henricks
  • 2001 United States Luke Snyder
  • 2000 United States Jason Bennett
  • 1999 United States Mike White
  • 1998 United States Pete Hessman
  • 1997 United States Keith Adams
  • 1996 United States Ronnie Kitchens
  • 1995 United States J.W. Hart

Source:[8][11]

World Champion Bull[edit]

Source:[8][2]

• Bodacious was also the 1994–1995 PRCA Bucking Bull of the Year. Now that Sweet Pro's Bruiser has won the PRCA Bucking Bull of the Year award for 2017, he and Bodacious are the only bulls to win both the PRCA and PBR titles. Each bull won their two titles in the same year. Bodacious won both of his titles in 1995, while Sweet Pro's Bruiser won both of his titles in 2017.[12]

•• There was actually a tie between Sweet Pro's Bruiser, Sweet Pro's Long John and Pearl Harbor, which was resolved by taking the sum of the bull's best eight outs for the season. That is done according to the PBR rules as the first way to resolve a tiebreaker.[13]

Bull of the World Finals[edit]

  • 2022 – Night Hawk
  • 2021 – Woopaa
  • 2020 – Smooth Operator (tie)
  • 2020 – I'm Busted (tie)
  • 2019 – Smooth Operator
  • 2018 – Legit (tie)[14]
  • 2018 – Hocus Pocus (tie)[14]
  • 2017 – Sweet Pro's Bruiser
  • 2016 – No bull awarded
  • 2015 – No bull awarded
  • 2014 – No bull awarded
  • 2013 – Bushwacker
  • 2012 – Asteroid
  • 2011 – Bushwacker
  • 2010 – Bones
  • 2009 – Code Blue
  • 2008 – Bones
  • 2007 – Troubadour (tie)
  • 2007 – Chicken on a Chain (tie)
  • 2006 – Lucky Strike
  • 2005 – Pandora's Box
  • 2004 – Crossfire Hurricane
  • 2003 – Neon Nights
  • 2002 – Ugly
  • 2001 – Little Yellow Jacket
  • 2000 – Promise Land
  • 1999 – Promise Land (tie)
  • 1999 - Dillinger (tie)
  • 1998 – Cash
  • 1997 – Nitro
  • 1996 – Strawberry Wine

Source:[15][2]

Touring Pro Division Champions[edit]

  • 2022 United States Daylon Swearingen
  • 2021 United States Daylon Swearingen
  • 2020 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme
  • 2019 United States Jess Lockwood
  • 2018 United States Andrew Alvidrez
  • 2017 United States Ezekiel Mitchell
  • 2016 United States Cody Nance
  • 2015 Brazil Luis Blanco
  • 2014 United States Jason Malone
  • 2013 United States Chase Outlaw
  • 2012 Brazil Edevaldo Ferreira
  • 2011 United States Shane Proctor
  • 2010 United States Douglas Duncan
  • 2009 United States J.B. Mauney
  • 2008 United States Clayton Williams
  • 2007 United States Clayton Williams
  • 2006 United States J.B. Mauney
  • 2005 Brazil Edgard Oliveira
  • 2004 United States Ross Johnson
  • 2003 Brazil Adriano Moraes
  • 2002 Brazil Adriano Moraes
  • 2001 Brazil Paulo Crimber
  • 2000 United States Chris Shivers
  • 1999 United States Jason Bennett
  • 1998 United States Brian Herman
  • 1997 United States Chris Shivers
  • 1996 Australia Troy Dunn
  • 1995 United States Tuff Hedeman

Source:[16]

Note: This tour debuted in 1995 as the Touring Pro Division, and was known by such name until 2000, when it was renamed as the Challenger Tour. It was known by said name throughout the entire 2000s, before being changed back to its original title of the Touring Pro Division in 2010.

Velocity Tour Champions[edit]

  • 2022 United States Clayton Sellars
  • 2021 Brazil Adriano Salgado
  • 2020 United States Mason Taylor
  • 2019 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme
  • 2018 Brazil Alisson de Souza
  • 2017 Brazil Alex Marcilio
  • 2016 United States Chase Outlaw
  • 2015 United States Gage Gay
  • 2014 United States Jason Malone

Source:[17]

Challenger Series Champions[edit]

  • 2022 United States Keyshawn Whitehorse

International Champions[edit]

Canada[edit]

  • 2022 Canada Nick Tetz
  • 2021 Canada Cody Coverchuk
  • 2020 Canada Dakota Buttar
  • 2019 United States Daylon Swearingen
  • 2018 Canada Cody Coverchuk
  • 2017 Canada Zane Lambert
  • 2016 Canada Ty Pozzobon
  • 2015 Canada Tanner Byrne
  • 2014 United States Stetson Lawrence
  • 2013 Canada Zane Lambert
  • 2012 Canada Aaron Roy
  • 2011 Canada Tyler Thomson
  • 2010 Canada Aaron Roy
  • 2009 United States Beau Hill
  • 2008 Canada Aaron Roy
  • 2007 Canada Tyler Pankewicz
  • 2006 Canada Scott Schiffner

Source:[18]

Mexico[edit]

  • 2022 – No PBR Mexico events for a third year in a row.
  • 2021 – No PBR Mexico events this year due to continued COVID-19 restrictions.
  • 2020 – No PBR Mexico events this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • 2019 Mexico Francisco García Torres
  • 2018 Mexico Francisco García Torres
  • 2017 Mexico Francisco Morales
  • 2016 Mexico Juan Carlos Contreras
  • 2015 Costa Rica Alejandro Gamboa
  • 2014 Mexico Gustavo Pedrero
  • 2013 Mexico Gustavo Pedrero
  • 2012 Mexico Juan Carlos Contreras
  • 2011 Brazil Simao da Silva
  • 2010 Mexico Adrian Ferreiro
  • 2009 Australia Jason O’Hearn
  • 2008 – No PBR Mexico events this year.
  • 2007 Mexico Hugo Pedrero
  • 2006 Mexico Mario Galindo

Source:[19]

Note: All PBR Mexico events in the 2009 season took place in San Antonio, Texas, United States.

Brazil[edit]

  • 2022 Brazil Cássio Dias
  • 2021 – Only one PBR Brazil event this year. It was closed to the public due to continuity of COVID-19 restrictions.
  • 2020 – No PBR Brazil events this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • 2019 Brazil Alan de Souza
  • 2018 Brazil Fernando Henrique Novais
  • 2017 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme
  • 2016 Brazil Dener Barbosa
  • 2015 Brazil Luciano Henrique de Castro
  • 2014 Brazil Tiago Vitor
  • 2013 Brazil Claudio Crisostomo
  • 2012 Brazil Edevaldo Ferreira
  • 2011 Brazil Edevaldo Ferreira
  • 2010 Brazil Elton Cide
  • 2009 Brazil Thiago Paguioto
  • 2008 Brazil Edmundo Gomes
  • 2007 Brazil João Mauro Kugel
  • 2006 Brazil Elton Jose de Souza

Source:[20]

Australia[edit]

  • 2022 Australia Cody Heffernan
  • 2021 Australia Aaron Kleier
  • 2020 Australia Aaron Kleier
  • 2019 Australia Aaron Kleier
  • 2018 Australia Aaron Kleier
  • 2017 Australia Troy Wilkinson
  • 2016 Australia Cody Heffernan
  • 2015 New Zealand Fraser Babbington
  • 2014 Australia David Kennedy
  • 2013 Australia Chris Lowe
  • 2012 Australia David Kennedy
  • 2011 Australia Kevin "Jock" Connolly
  • 2010 Australia David Kennedy
  • 2009 Australia David Kennedy
  • 2008 Australia Pete Farley
  • 2007 Australia Ben Jones
  • 2006 Australia Tim Wilson

Source:[19]

World Cup Champions[edit]

Discontinued after 2010.

  • 2010 Brazil Team Brazil
  • 2009 United States Team USA
  • 2008 United States Team USA
  • 2007 Brazil Team Brazil

Source:[21]

Global Cup Champions[edit]

  • 2022 United States Team USA Eagles[22]
  • 2021 – No Global Cup event this year due to different COVID-19 protocols between the five PBR countries.
  • 2020 United States Team USA Eagles[23]
  • 2019 Brazil Team Brazil[24]
  • 2018 Brazil Team Brazil[25]
  • 2017 United States Team USA[26]

Australia Origin Series Champions[edit]

  • 2022 Queensland Team Queensland
  • 2021 Queensland Team Queensland
  • 2020 – No Origin Series events this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • 2019 Queensland Team Queensland

U.S. Team Series Champions[edit]

  • 2022 Tennessee Nashville Stampede

U.S. Team Series MVP[edit]

U.S. Team Series Fan Favorite Bull[edit]

  • 2022 – Moonlight Party

Other awards[edit]

The PBR has some secondary awards, in addition to the World Championship, given out annually, some named after bull riders fatally injured during competition.[27]

The Rookie of the Year award goes to the rookie (first full year of Premier Series competition) bull rider who wins the most points of all first-year competitors.

The Stock Contractor of the Year award goes to the stock contractor who has supplied the best bulls to Premier Series events. This award is given based on a vote among bull riders.[27]

The Bull of the World Finals award goes to the bull who scores the highest points combining all his outs during the PBR World Finals.

The Lane Frost/Brent Thurman Award is for the highest-scoring single ride at the World Finals. It is named for Lane Frost, fatally injured during the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in 1989, and Brent Thurman, fatally injured during the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas in 1994.

The Glen Keeley Award is for the Canadian bull rider who earns the most points throughout the entire Premier Series season. It is named for Glen Keeley, a Canadian bull rider who died of injuries sustained at the PBR Bud Light Cup Series’ Ty Murray Invitational on March 24, 2000 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The Mason Lowe Award is for the highest-scoring single ride during the regular season of the Premier Series. Mason Lowe was an American bull rider who died of his injuries after being stepped on by a bull on January 15, 2019, during a PBR Velocity Tour event held in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado.[28]

The Golden Barrel Awards recipients are decided by fans who voted online. The categories are based on moments that occurred during the Premier Series regular season. The Best Celebration award is for the rider who gave the best celebration after completing a successful qualified ride, the Best Winning Ride award is for the rider who gave the best ride of the regular season, the Best Save award is for the bullfighter who put out the best save of a rider from a bull, the 7 Seconds of Agony award is for the rider who gave the best seven-second ride, and the Best Breakthrough Performance award is for the rider who gave the best performance by winning a UTB event after recently going through some professional setbacks. The final category was added in 2022.

The Team Series MVP is awarded to the individual rider who earned the most points during the regular season of the PBR’s U.S. Team Series.

The Team Series Fan Favorite Bull is awarded to the best performing bull during the regular season of the PBR’s U.S. Team Series and is decided by fans who voted online.

The PBR also has recognition awards in the Heroes and Legends Celebration. Some of these like the Ring of Honor and the Brand of Honor are the equivalent of a Hall of Fame recognition.[29] From 2019 to 2020, the Mason Lowe Award was presented in the arena during the PBR World Finals, but it became a part of the Heroes and Legends Celebration in 2021. However, by 2022, it was now awarded during the opening gala the day before the beginning of the PBR World Finals. From 2011 to 2019, and again in 2021, the Heroes and Legends Celebration took place just before the start of the PBR World Finals. However, as of 2022, said ceremony is no longer a part of the PBR World Finals. Beginning in 2023, it will be held at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in September during the week of Freedom Fest, the annual PBR Team Series event in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Stock Contractor of the Year[edit]

  • 2022 – Chad Berger, Clay Struve and D&H Cattle Company
  • 2021 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2020 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2019 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2018 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2017 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2016 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2015 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2014 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2013 – Jeff Robinson Bucking Bulls
  • 2012 – Jeff Robinson Bucking Bulls
  • 2011 – Jeff Robinson Bucking Bulls
  • 2010 – Jeff Robinson Bucking Bulls
  • 2009 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2008 – Chad Berger and Clay Struve
  • 2007 – Chad Berger and Larry Ryken
  • 2006 – Page & Teague Bucking Bulls
  • 2005 – D&H Cattle Company
  • 2004 – D&H Cattle Company
  • 2003 – D&H Cattle Company
  • 2002 – D&H Cattle Company
  • 2001 – D&H Cattle Company
  • 2000 – Herrington Cattle Company
  • 1999 – Terry Williams Bucking Bulls
  • 1998 – Terry Williams Bucking Bulls
  • 1997 – Terry Williams Bucking Bulls
  • 1996 – Terry Williams Bucking Bulls
  • 1995 – Terry Williams Bucking Bulls

Source:[30]

Lane Frost/Brent Thurman Award recipients[edit]

  • 2022 Brazil Mauricio Moreira (94.25 points on Jive Turkey)
  • 2021 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme (98.75 points on Woopaa)
  • 2020 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme (95.75 points on Woopaa)
  • 2019 Brazil Rubens Barbosa (95.75 points on Chiseled)
  • 2018 Brazil Marco Eguchi (94 points on Spotted Demon)
  • 2017 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme (94.5 points on Magic Train)
  • 2016 United States Cooper Davis (91 points on Catfish John)
  • 2015 United States J.B. Mauney (92.75 points on Bruiser)
  • 2014 United States J.B. Mauney (94 points on Percolator)
  • 2013 United States J.B. Mauney (93.75 points on Smackdown)
  • 2012 United States Austin Meier (90.75 points on Shepherd Hills Trapper) [tie]
  • 2012 United States Chris Shivers (90.75 on Shepherd Hills Sod Buster) [tie]
  • 2011 Brazil Robson Palermo (93.25 points on King of Hearts)
  • 2010 Brazil Valdiron de Oliveira (91.5 points on Spit Fire)
  • 2009 United States J.B. Mauney (93.75 points on Black Pearl)
  • 2008 United States J.B. Mauney (93.75 points on Crosswired)
  • 2007 United States J.B. Mauney (92.75 points on Copperhead Slinger)
  • 2006 Brazil Adriano Moraes (93 points on Here’s Your Sign) [tie]
  • 2006 United States Dustin Hall (93 points on Here’s Your Sign) [tie]
  • 2005 United States Cody Whitney (94.75 points on Little Yellow Jacket)
  • 2004 United States Mike Lee (93.75 points on Mossy Oak Mudslinger) [tie]
  • 2004 United States Michael Gaffney (93.75 points on Little Yellow Jacket) [tie]
  • 2003 United States Jody Newberry (94.5 points on Little Yellow Jacket)
  • 2002 United States Cory McFadden (95 points on Little Yellow Jacket)
  • 2001 United States Chris Shivers (96.5 points on Dillinger)
  • 2000 Brazil Ednei Caminhas (94.5 points on Dillinger)
  • 1999 United States Terry Don West (96 points on Promise Land) [tie]
  • 1999 United States Chris Shivers (96 points on Trick or Treat) [tie]
  • 1998 United States Cody Custer (95.5 points on Red Wolf)
  • 1997 Australia Troy Dunn (95 points on Red Wolf)
  • 1996 Brazil Adriano Moraes (93.5 points on Shotgun Red)

Source:[31]

Glen Keeley Award recipients[edit]

  • 2022 – Griffin Smeltzer
  • 2021 – Dakota Buttar
  • 2020 – Dakota Buttar
  • 2019 – Dakota Buttar
  • 2018 – Dakota Buttar
  • 2017 – Dakota Buttar
  • 2016 – Tanner Byrne
  • 2015 – Tanner Byrne
  • 2014 – Tanner Byrne
  • 2013 – Aaron Roy
  • 2012 – Chad Besplug
  • 2011 – Aaron Roy
  • 2010 – Aaron Roy
  • 2009 – Aaron Roy
  • 2008 – Aaron Roy
  • 2007 – Scott Schiffner
  • 2006 – Jesse Torkelson
  • 2005 – Matt Roy
  • 2004 – Rob Bell
  • 2003 – Rob Bell
  • 2002 – Reuben Geleynse
  • 2001 – B.J. Kramps
  • 2000 – B.J. Kramps

Source:[32]

Mason Lowe Award recipients[edit]

  • 2022 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme (94.75 points on Ridin’ Solo)
  • 2021 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme (97.75 points on Woopaa)
  • 2020 Brazil Jose Vitor Leme (94.25 points on Smooth Operator)
  • 2019 United States Jess Lockwood (94 points on Heartbreak Kid)

Tough Guy Award recipients[edit]

Golden Barrel Awards recipients[edit]

2022

  • Best Celebration: United States Stetson Lawrence
  • Best Winning Ride: Brazil João Ricardo Vieira
  • Best Save: United States Frank Newsom
  • 7 Seconds of Agony: United States Daylon Swearingen
  • Best Breakthrough Performance: United States Daylon Swearingen

2021

  • Best Celebration: United States Ezekiel Mitchell
  • Best Winning Ride: Brazil Jose Vitor Leme
  • Best Save: United States Cody Webster
  • 7 Seconds of Agony: United States Keyshawn Whitehorse

Tiffany Davis Friend of the West Award recipients[edit]

  • 2022 United States Matt West

U.S. Team Series General Manager of the Year[edit]

  • 2022 United States Tina Battock (Team: Tennessee Nashville Stampede)

U.S. Team Series Coach of the Year[edit]

High Money Bull of the Regular Season[edit]

Awarded to the bull who earned the most money for the bull riders in the regular season. Discontinued after 2013.

  • 2013 – Prince Albert
  • 2012 – Bad Moon
  • 2011 – Gunpowder & Lead
  • 2010 – Segs The Juice
  • 2009 – Fully Loaded
  • 2008 – Cat Man Do
  • 2007 – Evil Forces
  • 2006 – Chief
  • 2005 – Mossy Oak Mudslinger
  • 2004 – Bo Howdy
  • 2003 – Maximus
  • 2002 – Promise Land
  • 2001 – Promise Land
  • 2000 – Moody Blues
  • 1999 – Gusto
  • 1998 – Promise Land
  • 1997 – Shotgun Red
  • 1996 – High Voltage
  • 1995 – Baby Face

Source:[33]

Heroes and Legends Celebration[edit]

This article presents a list of major champions and honors won by Professional Bull Riders. The Heroes and Legends Celebrations have their own article which lists the Ring of Honor, Sharon Shoulders Award, Jim Shoulders Lifetime Achievement Award, Brand of Honor, and Ty Murray Top Hand Award.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2014 PBR Media Guide, PBR at a Glance, p. 5.
  2. ^ a b c 2020 PBR Media Guide, Bull Riders & Bulls, p. 3.
  3. ^ Hummer, Craig; Murray, Ty (December 12, 2012). "PBR Signs Exclusive Television Agreement with CBS Sports". PBR. Archived from the original on December 16, 2012. Retrieved December 24, 2012.
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  5. ^ "PBR RidePass on Pluto TV". Professional Bull Riders. July 12, 2021. Retrieved October 22, 2021.
  6. ^ "About PBR". Professional Bull Riders. Retrieved December 10, 2018.
  7. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, PBR & Bull Riding Basics - The PBR at a Glance, p.4.
  8. ^ a b c d "PBR World Finals | Home". www.pbrfinalsweek.com. www.pbrfinalsweek.com. Retrieved February 1, 2018.
  9. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 2.
  10. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 3.
  11. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 6.
  12. ^ "SweetPro's Bruiser Wins PBR and PRCA World Championships". CISION PR Web. www.prweb.com. Retrieved January 8, 2018.
  13. ^ "SweetPro's Bruiser wins 2016 World Champion Bull title". Professional Bull Riders. Retrieved November 8, 2016.
  14. ^ a b "Legit And Hocus Pocus Split 2018 Bull Of The Finals Title". Professional Bull Riders. www.pbr.com. Retrieved July 21, 2019.
  15. ^ 2014 PBR Media Guide, Bull of the PBR World Finals, p. 176.
  16. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 5.
  17. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 4.
  18. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, PBR Tours and World Finals, p. 8.
  19. ^ a b 2020 PBR Media Guide, PBR Tours and World Finals, p. 6.
  20. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, PBR Tours and World Finals, p. 9.
  21. ^ "2008 PBR World Cup Final Results". ESPN.com. August 19, 2008. Retrieved April 24, 2020.
  22. ^ Team USA Eagles defend home soil to repeat as PBR Global Cup USA Champion
  23. ^ Team USA Eagles defend home soil to win 2020 PBR Global Cup USA
  24. ^ Team Brazil wins 2019 PBR Global Cup USA
  25. ^ Team Brazil wins Sydney leg of PBR Global Cup
  26. ^ Team USA Wins Inaugural PBR Global Cup
  27. ^ a b "Professional Bull Riders – Dictionary". Professional Bull Riders. Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  28. ^ "PBR announces Mason Lowe Memorial Scholarship and Mason Lowe Award". Professional Bull Riders. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  29. ^ "Professional Bull Riders – Heroes and Legends". Professional Bull Riders. Retrieved May 29, 2017.
  30. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Bull Riders & Bulls, p. 6.
  31. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 11.
  32. ^ 2020 PBR Media Guide, Records & Statistics, p. 12.
  33. ^ 2014 PBR Media Guide, High Money Bulls of the Regular Season, p. 175.

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