Thursday, October 13, 2016

42 57 108 147 181 | Dave Roberts, Manager of Los Angeles Dodgers & the Jackie Robinson parallel


Checkout the name gematria and birth numerology on the Dodgers Manager, Dave Roberts.


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Of course '42' is Jackie Robinson's numbers, and we know what else.


Dave Roberts birth numerology also stands out in light of them facing the Cubs in the NLCS.

5/31/1972 = 5+31+19+72 = 127
5/31/1972 = 5+31+(1+9+7+2) = 55 (Chicago Cubs)
5/31/1972 = 5+3+1+1+9+7+2 = 28
5/31/72 = 5+31+72 = 108 (Major League = 108) (Cubs have not won World Series for 108-years)

The name 'Dave Roberts' does have a parallel to 'World Series' as well.

Dave = 4+1+4+5 = 14
Roberts = 9+6+2+5+9+2+1 = 34/43 (Dodges won Game 5, NLDS, 4-3)
Dave Roberts = 48/57 (World Series = 57)

Notice that Dave Roberts is currently 44-years old.

From his birthday to the start of the World Series is 147-days.  That is October 25, 2016.


28 comments:

  1. You still have Cubs winning the NLCS?

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    1. The start time of the games for the NLCS is 19:08 military time. Yes.

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    2. Umm pretty sure he does someone had to win this series

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    3. Interesting enough... the Dodgers were founded in a GOAT year (1883). Could the curse be lifted by beating the Goat team in Wrigley Field?

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    4. Isaac, 7:08 is 19:08 military time, in case you were asking.

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    5. wow. next cub win is cub's 33rd postseason win.

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  2. To go with that 147 and 181
    Julio Cesar Urias=181 got the win today
    Urias born on the 147th day of the year
    Urias debut 5/27 5+27=32 today 10+13+(2+0+1+6)=32

    http://guerrillainsight.blogspot.com/2016/05/dodgers-julio-urias-debut-by-numbers.html?m=1

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  3. well isnt life wonderful for LA ? the Lakers start to suck but thats ok..we'll just let the Kings win Stanleys and Dodgers make it to the NLCS while the Rams come back to town

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    1. Dodgers always make the nlcs and lose they most likely will do that again this year.

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    2. who cares? they still keep going in the first place.

      2008/9/13 isnt exactly always..but they have made the playoffs 8 times since 2004. Profit is profit. Major market etc

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    3. makes you think much time will pass until lakers will be relevant again.

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    4. Lakers will be relevant again soon as kings and dodgers start to suck. then it'll be rams and lakers, the top two sports in America

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    5. I doubt that...the Lakers have been to 25 championship series since 1961 and won 11 of them.
      they are done. The Rams left in 1994 and they went to 7 nba championships to pick up the missing nfl revenue....the Lakers are done like the Cleveland Browns of the 1940s through the 60s.
      its time to let NY back into the picture...its because the Lakers were losing that California magically still has the Warriors to pick up the slack and the Clippers started winning.

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    6. Lakers have 16 titles. Boston has 17. There's a reason why celtics and patriots will be relevant for years to come. Droughts happen but not going to be like Cleveland browns. The clippers will never get past the 2nd round of the playoffs. I can see Knicks getting back into it but not a dynasty type.

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    7. looking at the knicks roster, difficult to see they are finals worthy. maybe they get another platyer via trade, or really push Porzingis to be one of leagues best players. u know the knicks are back into it when you read that s.vujacic on the roster.

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    8. ok but Clippers did go to conference championship vs Warriors when they got their new top 3 wealthiest owner at the time...that whole racial thing with the previous owner was a hoax too

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  4. Lakers will be good in 2-3 years. Championships may allude them for a while.

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    1. They wont do better than the second round of the playoffs for a long time,if that..but thats still playoff revenue when they go lol but California still has Clippers and Warriors and maybe even the Kings b-ball team gets a first round here and there

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    2. As an LA resident, we don't care about the clippers or the Bay Area teams. With that said, Lakers won't make the play offs for a good 2-3 years.

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    3. dude, people are going to fill those games if they win no matter what. (I lived in Pasadena for 50 years) they wouldnt move those teams there if it didnt work and the Bay area has its own fans obviously and just created more fans by winning.
      how you think bay area fans and LA fans are to each other is irrelevant. The State still makes money because it houses all those teams...and thats one of the absurdities. California is never out of the post season multiple times over and for some reason the Bay area is collecting all the Marbles in all the major sports by either getting to finals or winning finals..southern Cal teams might be losing in earlier rounds but they are still getting to playoffs as well...hell, the Kings and Ducks have 3 Championships between them over the last few years! but fans just dont think about collective years. They forget one year to the next and complain if a favorite team doesnt win for 2 or 4 lousy years...by and large, California never loses

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  5. Dave Roberts won a championship as a player on the 2004 Red Sox. Broke the Redsox curse. I'm sure this has something to do with the Cubs this year. Hard to dig information on a phone, I'll look into it more tomorrow.

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  6. Dave Roberts father Waymon Roberts i believe he is 67 years old, hard to search on a phone. Vin scully retires on his 67th year.

    Roberts debut with the Cleveland Indians, that could be interesting...

    Roberts managed the Padres 2011-15, funny how dodgers big game 5 series win and the Chargers winning tonight.

    Roberts also played for the Dodgers in 2002-2004.

    Very interesting narratives here.. if his father is in fact age 67 and the Dodgers go on to win the World Series, possible Blood Sacrifice for his father?

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  7. It would be funny to see the elite's plans fuck up and the Canadian team wins the whole thing.

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  8. 10/1 odds for Dodgers
    Even for cubs
    3/1 indians
    Champion ship

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