## Saturday, October 22, 2016

### 27 44 46 47 88 144 216 319 | Los Angeles Dodgers @ Chicago Cubs, NLCS Game 6, October 21, 2016 (Kershaw vs Hendricks)

Recall the significance of 46, much like 4-6.

Chicago = 46
Chicago Cubs = 46

Interesting that Kershaw comes into a deciding game, 4-6 in the post season, isn't it?

Recall earlier this year, on the 112th day of the year, in the season of the 112th World Series, Arrieta earned the first no hitter, 46-days after his birthday.  The date of the no hitter was April 21, 2016.

No Hitter = 46 (Chicago Cubs) (Chicago)

Notice the day count from Kershaw's birthday, to today's game.  216, 149.

6x6x6 = 216
Six = 19+9+24 = 52 (Prophecy = 52/106) (Prophecy = 666 (Jewish Gematria))

His date of birth is pretty wild.  Notice he is born in '88.

California = 88
Dodgers won the World Series in '88

March 19 can be written 19/3, a lot like '193'.  193 is the 44th prime.  JFK, the 44th term President, was killed in Dallas, where Kershaw was born.  This baseball playoff comes in the time of the 44th President's final year in the White House, who has 'Chicago Connections'.

3/19/1988 = 3+19+19+88 = 129 (America)
3/19/1988 = 3+19+(1+9+8+8) = 48
3/19/1988 = 3+1+9+1+9+8+8 = 39
3/19/88 = 3+19+88 = 110 (President)

If Kershaw loses, he'll fall to 4-7.

The opposing pitcher, Kyle Hendricks, for the hometown Cubs, this game come 47-days before his birthday.  His birthday is Pearl Harbor Day, December 7.

Notice it is also 319-days from his last birthday, a lot like Kershaw's March 19, or 3/19 birthday.

Notice he'll be turning '27', the MLB number.  Perhaps he gets an early birthday President from 'Clayton'..

Kyle Hendricks has the right numbers to do something historic in time for the 'Cubs'.

***It has been '71' years since the Cubs went to the World Series.

Seventy-One = 144 (English Ordinal)

We'll see what happens.

If there is a Game 7, it will be this.

10/23/16 = 10+23+16 = 49 (Jacob Arrieta = 49) (Arrieta wears #49) (Revelation = 49)
10/23 = 10+23 = 33 (CC, Chicago Cubs)

Don't forget, 7x7 = 49.  Chicago is divided into 77 neighborhood areas.