Thursday, October 20, 2016

57 94 147 | Focus on Cubs Rizzo, #44, in Cubs 10-2 win over Dodgers, Game 4, NLCS, October 19, 2016

1:47 is 107-seconds.  It has been 107-seasons since the Cubs won the World Series, 108-years.  That is because of the '94 lockout season, where the Indians finished with 113 wins.

World Series = 57/147
Ninety-Four = 57/147

The Cubs won their 94th game in their 147th total game this season.

The Indians, in the AL, waiting for the Cubs or Dodgers, won 94-games this season.  This season also began on the 94th day of the year.



http://www.espn.com/blog/chicago/cubs/post/_/id/42271/rizzos-something-borrowed-leaves-the-dodgers-blue

9 comments:

  1. Rizzo was born on 8/8. Maybe the 88 connections tony is talking about is for the Cubs

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  2. The Dodger's right fielder, #66 Yasiel Puig, is 9,449 days old today.

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  3. I turned the game on in the 6th with a 6 run lead, puig 66 was double switched in and the announcers talking about Rizzo and baez hitting a homerun with the exact same bat....fucking corked bat....lol I went to bed giggling

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  4. Turner reached first base safely in 14 consecutive games. Safe to say he isn't going to touch first base tonight.

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    1. Guess not! 15 straight post season games. Breaking Carl Furillo's 60 year old franchise record!

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  5. Jon Kester 108 pitches in tonight's game.

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  7. I'm thinking the series could go 3-3 (33) Saturday, with a Dodgers win in game six.
    "Game six" = (33) / 42
    The Cubs could then win it on Sunday, John Lackey's birthday.
    If the Cubs lose on Sunday, it could be because John Lackey is turning 38 on that day (Death = 38)

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