Tuesday, November 1, 2016

49 51 55 71 | World Series Game Six observations, Chicago Cubs @ Cleveland Indians, November 1, 2016


Notice the starter came out after 48 pitches.  Tonight, they honored the last surviving member of the last Indians World Series winning team, from '48.

11/1/2016 = 11+1+20+16 = 48 (Donald Trump = 48)
*Trump began his campaign in the 48th state, Arizona
*Trump had the GOP Convention in Cleveland

Also, here's what I noticed about the grand slam.  First, it was the 51st pitch of the game.

Conspiracy = 51; Cleveland = 51

Second, just before the Grand Slam, a stat was shown that the announcer talked about.  That was the Cubs were 0-6 with the bases loaded in the 2016 World Series.  I thought right away, hmmm... will they be 1-7 here in a moment, and then boom, a grand slam.  Of course 17 is the reflection of 71, the big number on the World Series.

As I write this, Arrieta's 49 pitch went for a strikeout, and his 55th allowed a base hit that made the score 7-1, something like '71'.  Chicago Cubs = 55 (71-years since last Chicago Cubs World Series)

56 comments:

  1. Number 17 hit a homerun in inning 1

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  2. Buck making sure to remind everyone that it's 71 degrees out, while its 7-1, right before Arrieta's 71st pitch.

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  3. Zach, I know there have been World Series sacrifices this year, but do you think there were significantly more sacrifices for this year's Super Bowl because of the gematria of Colorado = 38 and Death = 38? Sick shit.

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    1. Yes, and I predicted there would be when I called the Broncos in the Super Bowl because of the story of the dead body on Colorado St. in October.

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  4. They just had an ad for a movie called "The edge of seventeen" lol

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  5. He went 45 pitches before giving up first pitch I think

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  6. Lol you cocksuckers falling into the trap. Cubs will fall in 7 like i predicted at the beginning of the WS to break cub fans hearts. Now all the morons will bet cubs tom

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    1. Just like how you said Indians in 6. Are you going to say Indians in 8 tomorrow ?

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    2. Lmfao GTFO Mike Manning you said Indians in 6 dont try to act hard behind your keyboard

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    3. If they lose tomorrow he'll say he meant Indians in '17 lol.

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    4. When the Red Sox had to break their "curse" they came back 3 games down. I feel there may be a similar story line for this curse as well...

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    5. Please go back and check. I said Cle in 7 so suck my dick

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    6. @Mike Pandering http://imgur.com/a/fwPv9

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    7. Michelle(MIKE) MANNING...U TALK LIKE A FAGGOT TELLING GROWN MEN TO SUCK U OFF SO WHO IS THE HOMO?.....U WON'T BE SATISFIED TILL U GET DA SHIT BEAT OUT YOUR FAGGOT ASS

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    8. Michelle(MIKE) MANNING...U TALK LIKE A FAGGOT TELLING GROWN MEN TO SUCK U OFF SO WHO IS THE HOMO?.....U WON'T BE SATISFIED TILL U GET DA SHIT BEAT OUT YOUR FAGGOT ASS

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  8. Chapman looked real hurt there with the big grin on his face...

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  9. I read earlier today that the Cubs watched 'Rocky' before Game 5. Rocky=72. Will the Cubs win 7-2?

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  10. Hendricks, Cubs starter for tomorrow with a 1.31 ERA. World Series confirmed lol.

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    1. his nickname is 'the professor'

      'Professor' alone = 131 O 50 R (68 S-exception, like the Indians WS drought)

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    2. 131 is the championship number;

      championship=131 O
      Super bowl=131 O
      world series=57 R ('Fifty seven'=131 O)

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  11. Heat won 108-96

    There's you're Miami connection.

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    1. Learning thanks to you Kyle , Zack and the regular squad. Watching the news and sports decoding it in real time feels amazing and empowering. Anxiety from these rigged games and Fear from the horror stories on the news. I am no longer PROGRAMED to their bull. Difficult to convince others . I also changed my diet.

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    2. Lakers/Angels won championships for LA in 2002, 14 years ago. Cleveland has a chance to do the same city NBA/MLB combo this year. Maybe Lakers losing with 108 tonight is a tribute to the Cubs, saying that Cleveland won't do it.

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  12. Joe Buck setting up the Indians demise tomorrow with the Chapman comments.

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    1. Joe Buck is close to the worst. Tim McCarver holds that honor for me.

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    2. Lord,

      Agreed. Buck is the worst.

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  13. Rizzo all of a sudden is smashing the ball, when he was nowhere to be found in the NLCS. He wears #44, born on 8/8/1989 (88) and 8+8+1+9+8+9=43 game 7, 4-3. 8+8+89=105, masonry = 105. He is 27 years old, baseball = 27.

    Anthony Rizzo = 74

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    1. Monday was also the starting of Week 44 for the year, a great week for him to make hits

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  15. Will Indians get 1 run on 2 hits in the 9th?

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    1. Off by a hit but knowing they'll get that 1 run is hilarious.

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  16. I really want the score to be 10-8 tomorrow, just so I can laugh and laugh.

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  17. I would also like an Indians Grand Slam to make it 9-7 for the last Indians series lost. But 9-3 for Saturn is cool too.

    When is Empire gunna be on?

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  19. Could be a random massive tribute to New York. 9-3 on 11/1? 39? 111? 96days before Super Bowl 51?

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  20. I love hitting curveballs that what he said lol

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  21. Senior yearbook quote fake story about Cubs winning in 2016 was written in '93

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  22. before this weekend..the LSU tigers are ranked 13th and the play Alabama ranked first. Alabama is currently 8-0....upset or no?

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