10/5/2016 = 10+5+20+16 = 51 (New York Mets) (5/10, October 5)
10/5/2016 = 10+5+(2+0+1+6) = 24 (Age of Noah Syndergaard)
10/5/2016 = 1+0+5+2+0+1+6 = 15
10/5/16 = 10+5+16 = 31 (If Mets win, they'll be 3-1 at home) (11th inning win, again?)
***31 is the 11th prime; New York is the 11th State; AL WC won in 11th inning
Before I get to this decode, I already had a hunch the Cubs would face the Mets before this Wild Card game was created. That doesn't mean I'm right, but the Mets would need to win for that to be true.
San Francisco = 50/59/68/122
Giants = 25/34/70
San Francisco Giants = 75/102/192
New York = 39/48/111
Mets = 12/21/57
New York Mets = 51/60/69/168 (New York City = 168)
Let us examine the games between these teams this season.
The Mets were 2-1 at home this season against the Giants, who are originally from NY.
On the season, the Mets won 4 games, and the Giants 3.
On the mound for the visiting Giants is Madison Bumgarner.
Remember this man? The darling of the 2014 San Francisco Giants World Series.
The Giants won the 2014 World Series, 66-days after the worst earthquake in San Francisco since the '89 World Series Quake.
World Series = 57/66/75
From his birthday to the game is 65-days, or a total span of 66-days.
The opposing pitcher is Noah (38), and the game comes a span of 38-days from his birthday.
|NS = 14+19 = 33|
If Bumgarner loses, he will be 7-4 in the postseason. Wild Card = 74
New York would be a fitting place for him to become 7-4.
If Syndergaard wins, he will be 3-1 in the postseason.