Tuesday, September 12, 2017

38 56 58 88 110 | MLB to start 2018 season March 29, 2018 (Announced September 12, 2017) +Billy Beane tribute


Strange the MLB released the 2018 schedule during the 2017 season, on the same day that the Cleveland Indians tied the Oakland Athletics win streak in the AL...

It was released September 12, 2017, the 255th day of the year, leaving 110 remaining.

9/12/2017 = 9+12+20+17 = 58 (Freemasonry) (Secret Society) (Washington) (Oakland)
9/12/17 = 9+12+17 = 9+12+17 = 38 (2018 = 20+18 = 38) (D.C. on 38th parallel)

Next season will start early, the 88th day of the year, March 29.  Trump = 88; California = 88

Opening Day = 110 (Today, September 12, leaves 110-days left in the year)
President = 110


That reference to 1968 is interesting.  In 2018, '68 will have been 50-years ago.

America = 50; Open = 50

The All-Star Game is in D.C. too...

7/17/18 = 7+17+18 = 42 (D.C. = 42) (Freemason = 42) (Nationals = 33 / 42)
17, the 7th prime; Mason = 17; G = 7


April 18 is the 108th day of the year.

Major League = 108
Geometry = 108 / 108


http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/20682948/major-league-baseball-start-2018-season-march-full-slate-games

Last, from today until March 29, 2018, is 198-days, or a span of 199.  199, the 46th prime.

March 29 is also Billy Beane's birthday.  Like I said in last post, his baseball stats match his birthday.  Notice the 3 home runs and 29 RBIs.  We've seen this countless times with baseball and other sports.


The reference to 183 is curious.


Billy Beane will turn 56-years-old Opening Day of the 2018 season.


Washington D.C. = 56; All Seeing Eye = 56