Tuesday, October 11, 2016

57 | MLB Playoff Discussion Thread, October 11, 2016


Today's date has World Series implications.

10/11/2016 = 10+11+20+16 = 57

65 comments:

  1. The Giants up 1-0 early is just deception. According to the numbers, the Cubs are a lock.

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  2. Both the Dodgers & Nationals have a number of 13 when you had runs + hits.

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    1. Check out my crazy parallels here https://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/10/13-giants-13th-hit-wins-game-3-of-nlds.html?m=1#comment-form

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    2. Also Chase Utley hit the go ahead game winning run. 10/11/16 - 10+11+16=37. Utley age 37.

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  3. Jaiver Baez just tagged out someone stealing, not sure who in the B3, 1-1 with 44 pitches. Great throw, so scripted.

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  4. I'm getting a feeling Baez will be a significant factor in this game

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    2. Great Job saying Baez will be a factor in Game!

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  6. Nationals starter #41, Lester #41. Still pulling for my Dodgers vs Giants NLCS.

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  7. Hey Zach I'm working on Denver vs chargers but KUBIAK is not coaching.... Just do who replaces him?

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  8. "billygoat" in the English Reduction system equals 40

    "billygoat" in the English Sumerian system equals 618

    "billygoat" in the English Ordinal system equals 103

    "billygoat" in the English Gematria system equals 1039

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  9. Cubs going quietly. I'm gonna be very surprised if they let this go to game 5.

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  10. Gillaspie 4-4 bring the Giants run and hit total to 5 11

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  11. I expect a home run to make it 5-4 like "54"

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  12. Gotta love how you walk batters up 3 runs in the 9th.

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  13. Wow... 5-3 now, with runners on 2nd and 3rd NO OUTS

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  14. We going to see extra innings again?

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  15. Brace yourselves! Another long night lol

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  16. Will Smith #13 pitcher for Giants just let in tying runs.

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  17. Time to make some coffee for the extra innings lol

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  18. is Chicago supposed to win 7 to 5 tonight

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  19. They really hate the giant fans lol

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  20. Lol @ The commentators trying to rationalize the pitch selection. It's rigged, and you gotta be a fucking idiot not to see. There's your answer!

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  21. 6 runs 6 hits
    "66"

    13 thirteen = 99 or 66 reversal
    the pitcher who blew it was #13

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  22. Struck him out with a 103mph pitch lol.

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  23. Cubs WIN! - So does the Gematria Gang!

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  24. Did you guys hear what the announcer said about the Giants haven't lost a elimination against Marlins since 2003. That's the same year the Cubs lost to the Marlins in the NLCS in 2003.

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    1. Dodgers haven't lost a post season series after winning the first game, something like 6-0?

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  25. Today is the 11th, 6+5= 11. Same score of The Nats/dodgers game.

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  26. Giants 31st blown save of the year. The last. Cubs Indians World Series on point tonight. Both have marlins ties with Florida winning there first World Series against the Indians and obviously bartman

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  27. Can you imagine Giants fans right about now? Haha

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  28. Wonder if the Indians/Jays series will follow the same parallel with wins and losses as in the Cavs/Raptors series. So first two wins Cleveland, next two wins Jays, final two wins Indians to win the series 4-2

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    1. I've got my popcorn ready for that. I wouldn't be amazed if it did happen.

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  29. See what I see? https://www.facebook.com/ESPNBaseballTonight/videos/1490473594301337/

    Hahaha

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  30. Did anyone have the Giants? That was like stealing money.

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  31. Love the 1:06 video clip for the Cubs epic Ninth inning comeback. The only way not to wake up to this is by making the choice for ignorance. I say Fuck Bliss.

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  32. Wildfire 40+8+9 in that video equals 57. The three players they showed in that three second video added up to 57. They are too much

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  33. from an article describing the ticket/parking prices for game 5 LA/DC

    "As of Wednesday morning, the average price of a ticket sold for the sold-out Game 5 averaged $137 on the secondary market, according to ticket-tracking and sales site SeatGeek."

    $137, really????

    SeatGeek = 223 J

    also, seatgeek = 28 R. Kershaw 28, 28 years since Dodgers last WS title.

    Kershaw #22 started game four which made the series 2-2. he pitched 6 2/3 or 20 outs and gave up 2 runs. 20, 2 - kinda like 22.

    his postseason ERA is 6.17

    617, the 113th prime number

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    1. two runs before getting the hook - he was responsible for the other 3 base runners. 2, 3 a lot like 23 which is huge in sports right now.

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  34. The anouncer mentioned the 2003 playoffs last time the Cubs were in the NLCS

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  35. Our local news reported the following...... Cleveland Indians need 8 more wins to win the title. That's 27 out 8x27= 216.

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