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146. Jean Segura
280. Jose Peraza
245. Ivan Nova
291. Michael Conforto
170. Gary Sanchez
39. Adeiny Hechavarria
168. Roberto Osuna
12. Eugenio Suarez
294. Tyler Chatwood
TD6A. Jose Bautista/Rougned Odor - Throwdown Dual Autograph

Our second hit of the box packs a punch for sure. I thought with an insert named Throwdown, what better combination of players to feature on the same card than Joey Bats and Rougie Stank? I’d hate to be the Spirit representative in charge of getting these signed by both guys. I can just imagine their reactions to seeing their counterpart on the same card as them.

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Kurtbastian one-shot - “Red Handed” (Rated PG13)

When Sebastian shows up late to coach one of his classes, everybody notices. What most people don’t notice is that Kurt shows up at the same time. The only person who does notice also figures out what the two of them have been doing behind everyone else’s back. (942 words)

Written for what will be the story “Outside Edge”. I know, I know - I’m writing all of these one-shots. Where’s the story? It’s coming, I promise. These were all ideas I had that would have come after the ending, so they couldn’t be included in the body of the story. Why am I putting these up first then? Because I wanna xD Also, I think I may have written something similar to this in another verse but, to be honest, I don’t give a f**k. It’s cute. xD

Read on AO3.

“Okay, okay! I’m here! I’m here! I’m whoo—shi—!” Sebastian slides three feet onto the ice, barreling on with his blockers still covering his blades. It’s been a while since he’s strapped on his figure skates, so his blockers weren’t even a thought in his mind when he raced onto the ice.

Though compared to what he’d just been doing, he can’t even remember when he laced up his boots.

Thanks to excellent reflexes, he manages to grab on to the swinging door of the penalty box and catches himself before he lays himself flat.

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