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6/19/10: Finally Millwood's Turn?...


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People give me too much BS about the Gospel of Wieters, Cindy, so for now, I have shelved it. However, once Matt gets going, as I know He will, all shall know of The Switch-Hitting Jesus!

I still believe, Matt. :pray:

That Is awesome!:):clap3:

The people giving you BS......are mean:mad:


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He's shown plenty, but Samuel would rather play Lugo...

I'm not saying he hasn't, I like the guy. If it wasn't for injury he should have been on this team for awhile. Hopefully after a trade he finds more time.

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