Tuesday, October 25, 2016

17 57 71 | Jon Lester, born January 7, pitches 17 outs, Game 1 of World Series, 2016


It has been 71-years since the Cubs were in the World Series.  Lester's birthday can be written 7/1 or 1/7, much like '71' and '17' respectively.

Notice in Game 1, on 10/25/2016, he recorded 17 outs.

5.2 IP = (5x3)+2 = 17

10/25/2016 = 10+25+20+16 = 71


Notice that he threw 57-strikes.

World Series = 57


Notice that Kluber also had 57-strikes at the same point in the game.

World Series = 57

25 comments:

  1. Kluber leaves after 88 pitches.
    Power surge =57

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    1. Gets pulled with only 88 pitches, to the sheep their saying "wtf why they pull him??"

      Lester 97 pitches.

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    2. And now Miller is pitching and is looking terrible lol

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    3. Don't understand that inning, giving Cubs fans hope? Wow!

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    4. idk, weird one, I thought cubs would get something after the center fielder didn't throw the guy out at 2nd and threw it home for no reason.

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    5. I know it made so much sense, Miller 33, Indians up by 3 , Miller #3.

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    1. The troll strikes again, LOL bases juiced no outs for the Cubs.

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    2. He predicted cubs win series, not up to 7th inning of game one smh

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    3. Guess there's only 7 innings in a 7 game series.

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    4. Zach needs to retire. This is such a joke. You sheep all gonna bet on his shit and lose your ass. If your delusional to still think colts then go ahead and keep telling yourself that theyll make them look good at any moment lmfao. Colts will make playoffs but get eliminated. Learn to think for yourself and you can beat vegas

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  3. It does seem a bit too obvious for the Cubs.
    Loads of 108 everywhere. They're not usually that blatant with their clues IMO.
    Cleveland may take this.

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    1. As I pointed out in the preview, today leaves 67-days left in the year, and Cleveland Indians = 67
      I am expecting the Series to go 7 games, so that means the Indians have to win 3 times.

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    2. I expect the series to go 7 games as well... which means that the only "sure thing" (in terms of individual games) would be to bet on the team that's down 2-3 in game 6 (to force a game 7).

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    3. This may be too simple, but... the pitching line for Kluber tonight: 88 pitches, 59 for strikes. I was just looking at the time and date of game 7. It's 11/2/2016, 8:08 pm ET (the local time in Cleveland). Ignoring the 0 in 8:08, that's a lot like 88, and the date Nov 2 leaves 59 days left in the year. 59 and 88... does Kubler return in game 7 and win the series?

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  4. Let's guess how many total pitches Cleveland ends with. I say 137.

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  5. Miller finishes the inning with 46 pitches lol

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  6. Lol..

    possible 17 pitches for the closer?

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  7. So the Cubs are "cold" again. Hmm...

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  8. 6-0 indians 'Sixty'=25 R and 34 S-exception 'Indians'=34
    Cubs had 34 at bats, and ('cleveland'=33)had 33.

    Cubs also threw 146 pitches emphasis on the 46 (Chicago==46,Chicago cubs=46)

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  9. Lester threw 97 pitches. '97 was the year the Indians were in the World series.

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