Saturday, June 27, 2015

26 46 57 | Jonathan Sanchez's No Hitter for the Giants of July 10, 2009

Someone asked me to show them that this no hitter was a hoax, so let's take a look at it.  Notice first, that the man who threw it, wore the #57, and it was the first no hitter of the 2009 season.  Interestingly enough, in 2015, a Giant also threw the first no hitter, named 'Chris Heston', who has a 57 connection of his own.  Read about Chris Heston's no hitter here:  http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2015/06/57-66-96-first-no-hitter-of-2015-mlb.html
• Chris 3+8+9+9+1 = 30
• Heston = 8+5+1+2+6+5 = 27
• Chris Heston = 57
• World Series = 57
• Jonathan Heston wore #57
Let us also decode his name.
• Jonathan = 1+6+5+1+2+8+1+5 = 29
• Sanchez = 1+1+5+3+8+5+8 = 31/40
• Jonathan Sanchez = 60/69
• Chris Heston threw his no hitter on June 9, or 6/9
• (Conspiracy = 51/60/123)
The date is also of interest.
• 7/10/2009 = 7+10+20+09 = 46
• No Hitter = 5+6+8+9+2+2+5+9 = 46
• 7/10/2009 = 7+1+0+2+0+0+9 = 19
• 7/10/09 = 7+10+09 = 26 (Jonathan was 26 when he threw it, "The God Number"
• It was also the 262nd no hitter of MLB history
Jonathan was born November 19, 1982.
• 1+1+1+9+1+9+8+2 = 32
• 11+19+19+82 = 131
• 11+19+82 = 112
It should also be noted, that the only reason Sanchez was in the rotation, was because "303 Game Winner" Randy Johnson was put on the DL.  With regards to the way he closed out the no hitter, it was with a third called strike, just as it was for Chris Heston earlier this year.  The man who looked at the third called strike, "Everth Cabrera".
• Everth = 5+4+5+9+2+8 = 33
• Cabrera = 3+1+2+9+5+9+1 = 30
• Everth Cabrera = 63
• Padres = 16+1+4+18+5+19 = 63 (Team no hitter was thrown against)
His catcher was Eli Whiteside.
• Eli = 5+3+9 = 17
• Whiteside = 5+8+9+2+5+1+9+4+5 = 48/57
• Eli Whiteside = 74
 7/4/1983 = 7+4+19+83 = 113
The Yankees are mentioned in the end of this article, and they would go on to defeat the Phillies in the World Series in 2009.  The Giants would then win three of the next five World Series from 2010-2014.

Notice the tribute to '33' in the writeup from the San Francisco Giant homepage.  "33-years" and of course, 11 strikeouts.

If you have the time, look at the major upsurge in no-hitters in recent years...