Found July 24, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
Follow @HookTSB   If you’re a fan of baseball, by now you’ve heard of Met’s Ace Matt Harvey.  Until he appeared on Jimmy Fallon last week, most people didn’t know what he looked like, even though he bared all in ESPN Magazine’s The Body Issue.  Now thanks to Total Sports Blog, you know what his smoking hot model girlfriend, Anne Vyalitsyna looks like.  Check out some photos of this week’s WAG, Matt Harvey’s girlfriend, Anne Vyalitsyna:   Click to view slideshow. Harvey recently stated that he envies Yankees short stop Derek Jeter’s ability to woo beautiful women.  We at TSB think you’re doing just fine, Matt. Hat tip to Sports Illustrated for many of the photos in this post. This has been another edition of WAGs Wednesday.  Got a WAG in mind who you’d like to see more of?  Tweet me.   If you enjoyed this post, consider following @HookTSB on twitter   Follow @HookTSB The post WAGs Wednesday: Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey’s Girlfriend, Anne Vyalitsyna appeared fir
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