FOTF

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AcronymDefinition
FOTFFriends of the Forgotten (Pennsylvania)
FOTFFocus On The Family (Dr. James Dobson's organization)
FOTFFashions on the Field (ladies' horse event)
FOTFFour on the Floor
FOTFFaith of the Fallen (Terry Goodkind book)
FOTFFace of the Franchise (Michael Young)
FOTFFriend of the Family (band)
FOTFFun On The Fox (boating website forum)
FOTFFriends of the Foot
FOTFFalling on the Floor
FOTFFight of the Fading
FOTFFather of the Family
FOTFFellowship of the Force (Star Wars)
FOTFField of the Future (BP PLC)
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Call Rizzo what you will: face of the franchise, team leader, heart and soul.
He was the face of the franchise here and now I am here trying to become the face, too," Allen said of facing Lopez.
In response, the face of the franchise gave his take on the matte.
They started as the upstart 'Bandana Brothers' days and became the face of the franchise as 'The Fast and the Furious' before settling as reliable veterans for this championship team.
But if the Astros want to identify a face of the franchise, they need to look no further than Altuve, who has, at the age of 26, four All-Star selections, two Silver Slugger awards, one Gold Glove Award and two batting titles.
Maybe so, but keeping the face of the franchise unscarred is something to consider.
The Timberwolves and Nets had been discussing the possibility of bringing Garnett back to Minnesota for some time leading up to the trade deadline, but the former face of the franchise held all the leverage because he is one of the few veterans in the league with a full no-trade clause in his contract.
Jeter, who will retire from the Yankees after this year, has been the face of the franchise for 20 years.
But the programme was delayed as both the face of the franchise, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, and chief minister Mamata Banerjee arrived late.
The panel, which submitted its report to the Supreme Court, dismissed Srinivasan's claim that Meiyappan was merely a cricket enthusiast, saying he was the face of the franchise.
Brandon Roy, the face of the franchise, was forced to retire at 27 because of continuing knee problems.
Braun will undoubtedly become the face of the franchise, much as Tulowitzki already has for the Rockies, and he will never have the opportunity to become a premium free agent and have that distinction taken away.