Saturday, January 10, 2009

WIN METHOD Selection

The WIN METHOD is comprised of two separate entities. First, there is the player selection process. Second, there is the player rating process. This blog entry will deal with the first step, the player selection process.

As many of you know, the player selection in almost every sport is done by the amassing of voluminous amounts of individual statistics on players from high school, college, Latin American leagues, Japanese leagues, minor leagues, etc. Yet in every sport some of the greatest players come 'out of the woodwork' so to speak. They are the 'no individual stat guys' picked in the very late rounds that confound the foolish stat mavens who know little to nothing about anything. Most teams also use a very minor interview process with players they are looking at. Here is where the WIN METHOD comes in.

The WIN METHOD selection process is a highly evolved and evolving (over 50 years in the developing) process that finds what makes a player tick, looks into his soul and inner desires, then determines his ability to help a team win. The object of the game of baseball is for the team to win games, reach the playoffs, win the pennant, and then win the World Series. This is accomplished by all the players on a team helping each other to help their team win games. This is not accomplished by how many or how much any one player amasses in individual statistics. The goal of winning is attained by WHEN players deliver for their team. The WIN METHOD interview process can determine which players are best suited to helping a team win. Players who do not care what their individual stats are, but players who would rather help their team win, by doing whatever is needed at any time and producing in a timely manner when the games may be on the line and the pressure is at its highest.

The goal of the WIN METHOD is finding these players who would rather win than attain individual statistics. Did any of you ever ask yourselves....why are some players in the post season every year?... why do some players win multiple pennants and World Series?... why do some players with some of the greatest individual stats flounder in achieving these goals? The key to the greatest WIN METHOD players, is not how much or how many you attain for yourself, but WHEN you attain for the team. The WIN METHOD through a highly developed, highly sophisticated, and unparalleled process is able to find many of these players.

Another of the components of the WIN METHOD selection, is the player wanting to play for the team. Yes getting paid as much as he can, but primarily wanting to sign with a team he wants to play for. Throw in the WIN METHODS ability to determine if a player may be able to perform under pressure and in the big time or big city lights, and you come up with many winners who will help their team achieve its goals.

As we go forward in this blog, you will see just how all this determines who the best players are and why. The key being, not how much nor how many anyone attains for himself, but WHEN he achieves for the team.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I come to your blog every day to get more WIN METHOD. Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

just read your posts on the talk baseball forum. interesting perspective you have. it sure seems logical and valid. winning has to mean something.

Karl Lungren said...

WOW!! nice stuff

Harold Jenkins said...

I like your thought that winning is why the game is played. I would surely hope so, thus nullifying individual stats to a great degree.

Anonymous said...

i want more win method knowledge and insight

bonnie m said...

Winning surely does show who is best. I wish the dopey stat people would realize that.

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