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  • The fact that speedy Raynor is battling veterans such as Delwyn Young, Ryan Church, Brandon Moss, Bobby Crosby and former Atlanta Braves prospect Brandon Jones for a backup role speaks to how far the Pirates have come recently.

    Young Pirates past pleading for patience

  • “Sensors indicate good air composition, no sign of microbial pathogens,” called Raynor.

    Delta Anomaly

  • “Sensors indicate good air composition, no sign of microbial pathogens,” called Raynor.

    Delta Anomaly

  • “Sensors indicate good air composition, no sign of microbial pathogens,” called Raynor.

    Delta Anomaly

  • By referring to Raynor as a “friend,” Tassadar was admitting to a strong bond between them, a bond that carried its own honor and required its own loyalty.

    Queen of Blades

  • Those postings provided additional details: The person is fluent in English; born on July 21, 1982; and often goes by the online alias "Raynor," a reference to a character from the online game Starcraft.

    Web Scammer Targets

  • Using an archival Web tool, Mr. Stewart in mid-June found an actual photo of "Raynor" attached to the site at the time.

    Web Scammer Targets

  • Jim Raynor, who had developed a deep bond with Kerrigan, defects from the Sons of Korhal in fury and forms a rebel group that will come to be known as Raynor’s Raiders.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • Jim Raynor, who had developed a deep bond with Kerrigan, defects from the Sons of Korhal in fury and forms a rebel group that will come to be known as Raynor’s Raiders.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • StarCraft II "Raynor" figure given out at last week's BlizzCon, Blizzard Entertainment had dozens of other n00bz (the company's new series of customizable vinyl toys) on display, many themed after movie and video game characters.

    GameSetWatch

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