Saturday, March 10, 2012

WIN METHOD 2012 Spring Training

What a gorgeous spring in Tampa, spring training home of the YANKEES.  Captain Derek Jeter has taken charge and is showing the ropes to the youngsters and conveying the WIN METHOD attitude.  Everyone looks in splendid shape and all are working hard to reach the goal of 28 in 12, nothing else.   As all WIN METHOD fans know, the key to winning is performing WHEN it counts, making the big defensive play and doing what is needed at the plate to help decide the game WHEN it matters most.   The thought of amassing great individual stats has shown to be meaningless if you do not help your team WIN.   Baseball is played for the team to win with every player on the team contributing in their own various ways.

Manny Banuelos and Dellin Betances are very close to making significant contributions to the big team and either or both may be called up at anytime this year.   The addition of Pinedo and Kuroda to go along with Sabathia and Nova while Hughes and Garcia fill out a solid six man starting staff, make for one of the best rotation in baseball.   The bullpen, believe it or not , will be better than last years best in baseball.   We also have several men trying to be the second left hander in the bullpen.   Whom will it be?

Much of the YANKEE success in 2012 will depend on Alex Rodriguez, who has been talking WIN METHOD talk.   We will see if he walks the WIN METHOD walk in 2012.   If he does what he always did we will get what we always got.   A lineup that has to try to deliver and win, playing around the black hole in the lineup.   If Alex can play WIN METHOD baseball, we can have a very promising year.   That is a very big IF. 

We have solid backup rotation pitchers in AAA if the need arises.  Adam Warren leading the pack.   Warren, if in another organization would be a starting major league pitcher now.  In the YANKEE organization, Warren is surrounded by so much talent, it is hard to get to the big team.

There are no imminent needs right now and even if a key player goes down, there is enough depth to make any loss less devastating.

We did not get Yu Darvish, and as everyone has seen Darvish did not sign with the Rangers until the very last day.  He wanted to go back to Japan.  However his Japanese team wanted the 51.7 million dollars more than they wanted Darvish.   Darvish wanted to play for the YANKEES.  But, what is, is.    We skipped on CJ Wilson, who was not WIN METHOD.   The backup plan succeeded and we traded Montero for Pineda and Campos.   We lost a great talent in Montero, but he did not fit the team needs and we did get what we needed in the deal.

Jorge Posada retired and now we are down to two of the core four.  Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter are still going strong.  Think of it YANKEE fans, we have the best reliever and the best position player in baseball over the past twenty years anchoring this 2012 team.   All those playoffs, pennants, and World Series rings.  No other player in baseball has helped their team to more wins and successes than Rivera and Jeter.

In a few weeks we play WHEN it counts and play to achieve 28 in 12.

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bigbadwolf said...

Welcome back WIN METHOD.

sid greenberg/nyc said...

I agree, things are sure looking good. 28 in 12.

Erica Nuyens said...

I don't believe I am not the first to respond. Welcome back WIN METHOD. Love ya.

Anonymous said...

What a bunch of poorly written crap. Darvish wanted to go to the Yankees? Based on what? Your imaginary interview with him? Alex Rodriguez is a blackhole in the lineup? My God your posts get stupider and stupider

Steve said...

Win when it counts with everyone doing what is needed to win. To bad the stat frauds are unable to grasp that concept.

Stan the Man said...

We got a no-name loser again. Maybe you will learn something anonymous. The truth shall set you free.

Carl Hooks said...

Why would anyone come here and read a very logical well written blog entry and say it is poorly written.
There is nothing wrong with disagreeing or not believing what is written, but it sure shows ignorance to say it is poorly written.

AAA said...

Thanks for the update WIN METHOD.

Benny Pake said...

3-1 Yankees after 2. Pineda on mound.

Steve said...

Anonymous is probably a closet stat fraud who knows he can't win in the real world.

Domenic said...

Solid outing for the Yankees today. 8-3 win. Hitting and pitching was good.

YankeeMike said...

No question Darvish is a good pitcher. It will be interesting to see just how well he does in Texas.

Stan the Man said...

Game on TV today. Still the best baseball blog going.

Victor Gandozi said...

The Yankees have split squad games today so everyone able will get some action in. Mo makes his first appearance today.

Teena/Bronx said...

Hughes gets his second start today and Girardi will manage the Twins game Hughes is pitching and letting Perez manage the Phillies game CC is pitching.

Steve said...

CC and Hughes pitch three innings of shutout ball each this afternoon. Hughes was superb. Mo then throws his first inning of this spring and it is three up three down.

Linda Pardo said...

A very nice day for Yankee pitchers today. The season is coming and we can get off to a great start.

Bev F said...

It is amazing. WIN METHOD posts a blog, makes comments, and the next day things happen just as he says.

Tom Loughlin said...

Looks like an excellent effort from Hughes.

RLA said...

Lets keep building like WIN METHOD has shown us. So many real good prospects.

johnsonc said...

Kuroda starts our first spring night game tonight. Keep the ball rolling.

will-i-am said...

Kuroda three shutout innings last night. Two more solid shutout innings from Betances also.

Benny Pake said...

Another night game today. Nova gets the start against the bosux.

Yankeeforever said...

Keep everything moving Ivan. Get those solid innings and work in.

WIN METHOD said...

Nova four dominating innings against the bosux tonight. Outing could be described as brilliant. Mo goes one scoreless inning and breaks three bats.

Fred Slube said...

Logan and Phelps finished off game with both looking solid last night.
The pitching is deep with a boat load of talent in the minors also.

Ty Keel said...

We have the bosux in an afternoon game today.

johnsondc said...

No Ty, we play the Blue Jays today. Garcia hit with batted ball in pitching hand and taken out of the game to be checked out.

Steve said...

Garcia hit in pitching hand by batted ball and taken for x-rays. Banuelos poor showing. Mitchell three brilliant innings. Go figure.

Stan the Man said...

Today we play the Nationals with Pineda facing an old Yankee past star Wang.
Robertson has been throwing all week and will throw off the mound this weekend and have a few bullpen sessions before throwing in a game.
Garcia x-rays negative.
28 in 12.

Sharon/NC said...

Thanks Stan. All good news.

Alex Antonius said...

I see Darvish looked terrible in his 2nd outing. Hey it's only spring training. Lets see what he does when it counts.

Carl Hooks said...

Good effort form Pineda. Better effort from Wang who looked like his brilliant two great years with the Yankees. However, Wang removed from game with 2 out in the third after fielding a ground ball and stumbling getting the unassisted out at first and injuring something in his leg. What rotten luck for Wang.

Linda Rice said...

Hope Wang is OK. We have CC tomorrow. Just build pitch count and get ready for a long season.

AAA said...

Up and at em and off to work. the good thing, will be home to watch this afternoons game. Go Yankees. 28 in 12.

Quay Ho said...

WHEN it counts baseball approaching rapidly.

Ken Shepherd said...

Hughes has looke fantastic today again.

Giambino said...

How about Andy Pettitte signing a minor league deal with the Yankees. Just that more depth.

Erica Johnston said...

WIN METHOD was right when he said Pettitte was returning, only it was a year later.

Sharon/NC said...

Kuroda makes his third spring start today.
Getting back to Pettitte, it will be interesting to see if he make the team from the minors and just how long Andy will cotton to the minors.

Gus Papa said...

The first roster cuts have been made. I won't waste your time by posting them, they are easy to find. Plus you are WIN METHOD fans and not stupid.

Roger D said...

Still spring training guys. Build arm strength, work on pitches, work on control and spotting pitches, then win when it counts. when the real season starts.

Steve said...

Kuroda has thrown three great innings today and the Yankees are up 5-0 with Cano hitting his first spring training HR.

Steve said...

Mo does his thing for an inning and Wade goes two scoreless.

Tom Loughlin said...

If Pettitte can come back at the major league level, he will be an asset. If he can't, he can't, and it really doesn't hurt us.

William Mensom said...

The key for Andy will be if he can be effective at the major league level again. If yes, then he will be a help. But just think of what he can do for the youngsters on his team in the minors. More WIN METHOD development.

Victor Gandozi said...

Night game with the Orioles and Nova gets the start. Guys will start going four to six innings now.

Gabe Hooks said...

Will Pettitte make a spring training appearance?

Juan Castillo said...

Nova goes four innings getting his work in, but also allows 5 runs and 7 hits.

Kev Mac90 said...

How many minor leaguers get to have a player like Pettitte as a team mate? This move can't hurt the kids and will only help them become better.

johnsondc said...

Off day today. First of season. Robertson is ready to go full tilt.

Domenic said...

Just over two weeks to the opening of 2012 season. Time to organize and setup the rotation.

Tomas Velez said...

Lets go Yankees 28 in 12.

YankeeMike said...

Another night game. Pirates tonight. Pineda on mound.

Harry Stavris said...

Pineda looks good going 3 innings, striking out 5 in Yanks 10-3 win over Pirates last night. Mo goes another scoreless inning.

Ollie Northrup said...

Used a whole bunch of relievers last night and only one run given up.

Karl Schorr said...

Getting close to come together time. Play for real wins in two weeks.

Steve said...

Hughes super thru four.

johnsondc said...

Hughes finished out five solid innings and was in command. the Yanks then auditioned lefty after lefty and each performed well with all throwing shut out innings. The staff and depth is getting better and better, and deeper and deeper.

Vladimir Tinzik said...

Better yet Hughes pitched against our main AL East rival in the Rays.

bigbadwolf said...

Just a moment of decorum here. We play the fine Boston Red Sox team tonight. Whom we all know so fondly as the bosux.

Linda Rice said...

good one wolfie. I prefer bosux.

Anonymous said...

Pleeease post more often. And if possible, stick to bashing the use of statistics. I want to further understand how to apply WIN METHOD into my daily life. WIN METHOD is clearly the way to go. The Jets proved that yesterday by trading for WIN METHOD TEBOW.

Dan Geddes,TN said...

Every once in a while my buddies and I get into a discussion about baseball. We are pretty much evenly split on winning players versus statistical players. I always try impress on them the WIN METHOD point of WHEN a player does something as opposed to how many times he does something. I try to get them to look at comparing going 5-6 in a rout compared to going 1-4 both in wins. The only thing that counts is the win to the team and the players on the team.

Steve said...

Annon:...The WIN METHOD to my knowledge has never been used in any sport other than baseball. I would then think it would be silly to assume a player is WIN METHOD. There are two aspects of the WIN METHOD. The interview and the rating. In the interview a player is determined to be WIN METHOD or not based on his responses. In the rating system players are rated on how much they help their team win and only on the role they play for that team. Two completely different worlds. You may want to read the entire blog so you may be able to understand.
PS. The interview is only for the Yankees and the person has no idea that this is the purpose of the interview.

Yankeeforever said...

Lets keep up the great pitching against the sux tonight.

bigbadwolf said...

Looks like we had another hit and run no name no brainer.

Izzy Hernandez said...

Remember when WIN METHOD posted his special draft selection back in 2009. Adam Warren was his name and he pitched four dominant shutout innings against the bosux tonight with the sux using their starting lineup. Betances then threw three very good shutout innings.

Gus Papa said...

What solid pitching. So many fine prospects. Wade did not do himself any favors last night. Wonder if the Yanks will let him go. Hate to say that based on one outing. But that will allow Garcia to fill Wades role and open a roster spot. Put up or shut up is the term.

William Mensom said...

Think of this. The Yankee AAA club will have a starting rotation where all five are within a year of being starting pitchers in the majors. With a lineup that is not far behind.

johnsondc said...

Split squad games today.

And yes William, our sage, is dead on right again.

Saul Irving said...

Nova gets the start in the TV game against the Twinkies. Jeter back in lineup and lines basehit ti right to lead off game.

WIN METHOD said...

Bad news YANKEE fans. Joba severely broke his ankle today and will likely miss the season. The kid is jinxed. Our deep bullpen will not be compromised.

Jed,NJ said...

What rotten luck for Joba.

Erica Nuyens said...

So sad for Joba. Still love you WIN METHOD.

will-i-am said...

Say it isn't so about Joba. No luck at all.

Ian Washburn said...

Greetings from London. Love to win.

Stan the Man said...

Tough luck for Joba. He had surgery already this afternoon.

In the other split squad game today Kuroda went 5 2/3 strong innings. both Kuroda and Nova are ready for the season.

Zhaire said...

Good luck Joba. The show must go on.

Warren Hammond said...

Very nice outings from Nova and Kuroda today.

Sharon/NC said...

Sorry to hear about Jobas misfortune. Keep a positive outlook Joba. There is still a future ahead of you.

Bjorn Johansen said...

Winning is all that matters. A team can win in countless ways but the winnings is what I want for my team in all sports.

Dominic said...

I see the WIN METHOD has popped up in quite a few baseball talk forums this past month. When you read some of them, you will get a grasp on just how ignorant so many people in this world are. The majority of the negatives are from fans of losing teams, or stat frauds who worship stats over winning.

Linda Pardo said...

Don't get down Joba. Work through yet another obstacle thrown in front of you. Fight for yourself and your family. You will pitch and star for the YANKEES again.

Anonymous said...

WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN

Rob Jenner said...

Nice comments Linda. I second those comments. Hang tough Joba, you can and you will come back. Never give up.

Giambino said...

With Andy back we now have 3 of the core four. Jeter seemed very pleased when Jack Curry interviewed him the other day about Andys return.

Bert Jackson said...

Freddy Garcia finished 4 1/3 innings of one hit two walk pitching against the Tigers. Pineda may be the odd man out right now.

Chris D said...

I used the WIN METHOD to ask a girl on a date and now we are getting married. Thank you WIN METHOD for teaching me what the stat frauds could not: that WINNING is the ultimate arbiter of success.

YankeeMike said...

Nice game again for Yankee pitchers today. Cabral big again with a 1,2,3 10th inning save on 5 pitches.

Sam Long said...

In another few game Girardi should start the regular season starting lineup.

AAA said...

With Joba not coming back this summer that keeps that roster spot open for someone who can produce WHEN it counts.

Victor Bruno said...

The Yankees host the Tigers today with Pineda getting the start. Step up Michael.

Quay Ho said...

Pineda may be a great prospect and all. But he is going to have to earn his spot in the rotation, the same as everyone else. It will be up to him.

Deb F said...

Another ten innings of brilliant Yankee pitching today. Pineda five, Mo one, and Robertson for one for his first outing from his foot injury. Good stuff Yankee fans.

Eugene Rico said...

It's nice to see Robertson back. Soriano has been solid also. Mo is Mo, the best ever.

Mark D said...

Whoever they may be, we will have a quality rotation with instant replacement capabilities if needed.

Paul Hirschman said...

Lets keep it rolling. Can't wait until we use our 'A' lineup.

Anonymous said...

Are you an axe murderer?

Maurice Gaudeaux said...

Off day today. 28 in 12 is around the corner.

johnsondc said...

Another no brain no name. Has to be a stat fraud, has nothing to say and when says something, it is stupid.

Zhaire said...

Sabathia goes for Yanks in a night exhibition game against the Blue Jays.

Carl Hooks said...

Should get 5 or 6 innings from CC today.

Zedo Chariski said...

The drive for 28 in 12 is around the corner.

YankeeMike said...

It would be nice to get the season started well. 28 in 12 in the end is the goal.

RLA said...

CC is about do to give us a top notch season ready performance.

Benny Pake said...

28 in 12. One more time.

Warren Hammond said...

We need some stat frauds over here again. It's been a long time.

Hank B said...

CC went six innings and got his work in. Both Cabral and Rapada threw one inning in their audition for a roster spot. Robertson also for an inning of solid work.

Nick Polito said...

Girardi has stretched the Yankee starters very nicely this spring. All seem ready to be able to go six to seven innings in opening week. With the strong bullpen that should be enough.

Robbie/SI said...

I know it is spring training, and maybe I'm overly reaacting, but I have been a little disappointed with CC so far.

John Jett said...

game time

johnsondc said...

Kuroda a very solid one run five innings so far today.

Steve said...

Kuroda completes seven innings allowing two runs on six hits and no walks. He's ready. Cory Wade has been the big disappointment of spring as far as I am concerned.

Izzy Hernandez said...

Very solid effort from Kuroda. Yank staff looks like it is pretty much ready to roll.

Olaf Swenson,Norway said...

CC will be fine Robbi. He knows what he is doing.

Cory said...

Game is tonight with the O's. Build for the season opener.

Tom Loughlin said...

Yanks used minor league pitchers tonight and Rivera got in another shut out inning. Nova went 7.1 allowing 3 runs in a minor league game. Very strong outing.

Mark D said...

One week from today we will start on the road to 28 in 12. we start on the road in Tampa against our closet competitor.

Eddie OConnor said...

To keep all the starters pitching regularly I would think a youngster with options will be sent to AAA or a trade is made. I rather not see a trade right now.

MomanRick said...

Pineda should get a good test tonight starting against the Phillies. At least six plus innings?

Jed,NJ said...

If Pineda does well, it has to make Girardis decision on pitchers that more difficult. A good situation though.

Sean Smith said...

Best case scenario has Pineda throwing lights out tonight. Nice problem to have.

WIN METHOD said...

With tonight start I think Pineda just punched his ticket to AAA.

johnsondc said...

Rapada and Cabral each put up a scoreless inning tonight. Nice battle.

Teena/Bronx said...

Jeter has sure looked good this spring.

bigbadwolf said...

Pineda complains of sore shoulder and will have MRI. The Yanks will go slow with him and that solves the rotation question for the start of the season.

Deb F said...

I am not worried about Pineda, my worry is Afraud. After all his talk of working out all winter and being ready for a great year, the past week he has looked like his pathetic lineup killing self. Ugh!

AAA said...

Pineda is lucky he is a Yankee. They do not need to nor will they rush him back.

William Mensom said...

Any help Arod can give us cannot hurt. Other than that we will just play around him like we always have.

Pineda is young and can be brought along slowly.

If anything, the rotation is set for now and that has to be good for the starters to know. But they will have to pitch their way to holding their spot.

I am chomping at the bit for the start of the season.

WIN METHOD said...

Cabral having MRI on elbow this afternoon. Rapada to start season as second lefty out of the bullpen.

Stan the Man said...

Cabral MRI shows stress fracture in elbow.

Frank Sergi said...

Through it all, training is drawing to a close and the season will start and we will play with what we have and win 28 in 12.

WIN METHOD said...

CC goes today as YANKEES travel to Marlins new ballpark in Miami for an afternoon game. CC's last start before opening day in Tampa. YANKEES open 2012 on road in Tampa and do not have to travel to get there.
Warren got win in yesterdays start. Nice piece to have in AAA.

Victor Tinzik said...

Tough break for Cabral who worked so hard and did so well.

Randy Wilson,CO said...

I would look for Sabathia to throw 90 or so pitches today. Four days off and he is ready to go Friday. Nice there are no rain outs in Tampa.

bigbadwolf said...

Just saw our fraud third baseman do something stupid on a ground ball that even a little leaguer would have been smart enough not to do. Cost the Yanks a run. And it will not show up in the boxscore or stats. Yes again, stats are meaningless.

Domenic said...

I saw it. Give me a break. I'll just accept it as a brain freeze.

Sharon/NC said...

Nice all around outing today. Good to Swisher back and he hit the ball hard with a home run.

Yankeeforever said...

28 in 12. Get it done guys. Get it done.

johnsondc said...

I think I understand why many people are against the WIN METHOD. Most teams lose and their fans do not understand winning. So anything that shows winning teams and winning players they shy away from. They should try to embrace winning, then they can accept the winners as the best.

Linda Rice said...

johnsondc, what I think is more frustrating is that these fans have been beaten down so much, they hate winning and winners. They vent at the winners and spew their venom at fans who know winning defines the best.

Ray from Boston said...

Kuroda on the mound against the Marlins tonight in his final appearance before his game 2 start in Tampa Saturday. Lets get ready for baseball.

Roger D said...

Looks like everyone got a nice tuneup last night and all looked pretty good. Nice win, just got to save those wins for when it counts.

Paul Hirschman said...

Get sharp guys, it is almost time for real baseball. 28 in 12.

Victor Bruno said...

Nova didn't look good today. Nest start is for real. We shall see.

Bjorn Johansen said...

Yankee last spring training game today. Rays Friday afternoon for season opener.

Zel Armstrong said...

Stay healthy guys, and win. 28 in 12.

Tom Loughlin said...

Pettitte threw a one hit scoreless inning today and Roberston a three strikeout scoreless inning.

Quay Ho said...

Training is done. Day off. Real baseball when it counts begins. 28 in 12 is the goal.

Teena/Bronx said...

Look out fans, the Bronx Bombers are about to take off. 28 in 12.

Patricia Piper said...

Sabathia vs. Shields for the opener tomorrow.

MomanRick said...

Right on Teena. Time to win. wins carry the season.

will-i-am said...

Yankee baseball is back. Lets roll.

johnsondc said...

To open the season on the right foot.

Where have all the stat fraud gone, where have they gone? Talking with themselves on the stat fraud forums knocking wins and winning while lauding losses and losers.

Kenny Shepherd said...

Great post johnsondc. Go Yankees. 28 in 12.

Bob Behan said...

Opening day is here. Seven hours away. Lets roll. 28 in 12.

Stan the Man said...

Get the win CC. If you win the team wins.

sid greenberg/nyc said...

OK fans, reality here. Todays opener is just one game. No team wins all their games, but the teams who win the most over the entire season go to the playoffs. One win at a time. Baby steps over six months.

AAA said...

Three hours until Captain Jeter leads off the season.

Tomas Velez said...

Play as a team guys. Do the little things that win games. WIN METHOD baseball not me stat fraud baseball.

Erica Nuyens said...

Love ya WIN METHOD. Have a great trip and a winning one.

Victor Gandozi said...

It's for real, let's start the season.

Steve said...

Yanks down 4-2 after 2 as CC gives up grand slam in 1st inning.

Steve said...

CC Yankee ace vs. Shields Rays ace. 6-5 Yanks after 3.

Robert Mandell said...

Six innings complete. 6-5 Yanks and CC goes six with over 100 pitches and Shields goes five with over 100 pitches.

Steve said...

Mo blows it in the ninth. Rays 7-6.

Sharon/NC said...

UGH!!! One thing i have learned from WIN METHOD. Be positive, and when you start out behind you have something to chase after. Long season.

Anonymous said...

The 2012 Yankees are not WIN METHOD

Giambino said...

Kuroda starts game two tonight. Price goes for the rays.

RLA said...

CC hasn't looked sharp all spring and it carried over to open the season. When it gets sharp look out.

Carl Hooks said...

Tough loss yesterday. But it is a long season.

johnsondc said...

Fraud alert, fraud alert, we have another gutless anonymous that doesn't know their A from their E.

Steve said...

WIN METHOD fans here is a great read based on exactly what WIN METHOD is.

Go to http://www.baseball-excellence.com/index.cfm?Method=Instructions_Instructionsdetail&id=47

johnsondc said...

http://www.baseball-excellence.com/index.cfm?Method=Instructions_Instructionsdetail&id=47

Linda Rice said...

Even the series tonight guys.

Eddie OConnor said...

Revenge and WIN METHOD baseball.

will-i-am said...

Have to try to battle back from another 4-0 deficit.

Fred Slube said...

Scored six runs in both games and lost both games. How about a 1-0 win.

Erica Johnston said...

Happy Easter Yankee fans. Lets rebound today.

sid greenberg/nyc said...

Happy Easter Sunday to all.

Roger D said...

Phil, leave the Rays an Easter present, a big fat goose egg.

Vinny Ferrero said...

Hughes can be the hero today. A win will make the weekend tolerable.

Vinny Ferrero said...

Oh ya, Happy Easter people.

Saul L said...

Three games three losses. the Rays sweep us.

Quay Ho said...

Not a good way to start the season. Rays 3-0.

Gus Papa said...

Shut out today. Hughes looked good but threw a lot of pitches.

Domenic said...

You don't win unless you score. No runs today, no win.

Hank B said...

Onto Baltimore where we need a sweep to get even.

Ty Keel said...

Ready to start the season today?

Mickey Morch said...

Nova gets the start and chance to be the stopper tonight.

johnsondc said...

WIN METHOD tenet fans.....Losses for good teams help build character. It is a long season with many ups and downs. The best will rise to the top.

John H said...

Take this seires and go home even.

MomanRick said...

Nova and Yankees earn first win of season.

Vladimir Tinzik said...

The first one is the toughest. Good game from Nova. Maybe the most under rated pitcher in baseball.

Ted Lilly said...

Do it again guys. Do it again.

George W said...

12 inning win with the relief corps impeccable.

WIN METHOD said...

Had lunch yesterday with Mariano Rivera at PF Changs. He bought. Talked winning baseball. Then he saves 12 inning win.

Cory said...

Long tough game last night. But a win. CC tonight for the sweep.

Erica Nuyens said...

I am jealous WIN METHOD Love ya,

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