Sunday, September 30, 2018

11 13 45 54 89 91 163 251 | MLB Playoff Games, October 1, 2018

The playoff games for the National League are to be played October 1, 2018, the 274th day of the year, the day leaving 91-days left in the year.


10/1/2018 = 10+1+20+18 = 49 (49-years since Seattle Pilots)
10/1/2018 = 10+1+(2+0+1+8) = 22
10/1/2018 = 1+0+1+2+0+1+8 = 13
10/1/18 = 10+1+18 = 29 (Jose Quintana is 29-years-old) (Chacin = 29)
(Rockies = 109) (Los Angeles = 109)(109, the 29th prime)
10/1 = 11


The Brewers could get their 45th win on the road for the season, in Wrigley.

Major League = 45
Joe Maddon = 45 (Joe Maddon = 162; Major League Baseball = 162; Baseball = 162)
Wrigley = 45
Illinois = 45
Cubs = 45
*Brewers = 45 
Brewers #45, Jhoulys Chacin expected to pitch 
Thirteen = 45; M, the 13th letter

If the Brewers advanced, it would be just their 5th time in the playoffs:  They are in their 50th Major League season:  https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/MIL/index.shtml

As for the Cubs, this is their 143rd season, and they are trying to make their 20th playoff appearance.

With regards to them playing on the day leaving 91-days left in the year, it coincides with their team name gematria.



 91 is the 13th triangular number.

Thirteen = 45

Tomorrow they have Jose Quintana on the mount, who has 13 wins.  Jose = 13

 The game comes on his 251st day of his age.




251 is the 54th prime.


Notice what the Cubs and Brewers did on September 8, the 251st day of the year, the day leaving 114-days left in the year.




The Brewers defeated the team with the 114 gematria too.


As for the Rockies and Dodgers, they played on that date as well, and they played each other, with the Rockies winning.



*This season began on the 88th day of the year, the earliest start in MLB history.
*The Dodgers have not won the World Series since '88

In light of this being the 163rd game of the season...


163, the 38th prime; Colorado = 38; Colorado, the 38th State

Notice the Rockies and Dodgers both have 91-wins.

This game will be played October 1, the day leaving 91-days left in the year.

91, the 13th triangular number
LA = 13 (LA = 41, the 13th prime) 
Thirteen = 45 (Rockies can get 45th away win, or Dodgers can get 13th home win)
Home = 13 / 41; LA = 13 / 41
Los Angeles, California = 197 (45th prime)
Dodgers = 117; Thirteen = 117

This is the Rockies 26th season.   *101, the 26th prime (October 1, or 10/1)
Game = 26; Ballgame = 26; Major League Baseball = 351 (26th triangular)

They have been to the playoffs 4 times, like the Brewers:
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/COL/index.shtml

As for the Dodgers, this is their 135th season and they have been to the playoffs 31-times.

Numbers to consider:
Colorado Rockies = 89; Los Angeles Dodgers = 89; Los Angeles California = 89
89 is the 11th Fibonacci Number, 31 is the 11th prime
German Marquez could pick up 11th loss; 10+1 = 11
Rookie = 89 (He would lose to the Dodgers rookie)
89, the 24th prime; Dodgers rookie is 24-years-old
They played on September 8, or 8/9

With a Rockies win, the Dodgers would stay at 31-playoff appearances.


The Rockies pitcher has numbers that favor the Dodgers.




This game comes 221-days after German's birthday, or a span of 222-days.  *2/22 birthday

  
Notice the 31-weeks and 4-days too, like Pi, 3.14.

Geometry = 108; Major League = 108; Boston Red Sox won 108-games this year
As above so below = 222 

As for the Dodgers pitcher, he is Walker Buehler.

His name has Gematria of 104, and the team who wins this game will play on October 4.


https://www.google.com/search?q=MLB+October+4%2C+2018&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-1-ab#sie=lg;/g/11ggrb69vn;4;/m/09p14;mt;fp;1


October 4, or 10/4, like 104...


As for him being a 'rookie'...




Buehler's birthday is 65-days before the game, a span of 66-days.
66, the 11th triangular number

MANAGERS:

Cubs Joe Maddon:  The game is 235-days after his 64th birthday (span of 236)
Brewers Craig Counsell:  The game is 41-days after his 48th birthday (span of 42) 

Rockies Bud Black:  Game is 93-days after his 61st birthday (span of 94)
Dodgers Dave Roberts:  Game is 123-days after his 46th birthday (span of 124)





https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/mlb/2018/09/30/mlb-playoffs-tiebreakers-dodgers-rockies-cubs-brewers/1481842002/

Notice the Dodgers just swept the San Francisco Giants.  San Francisco Giants = 114

And according to USA Today, the likely pitcher for the Brewers is #45, Jhoulys Chacin.



Thirteen = 45 / 117; M, the 13th letter


49 date numerology

 The game is 267-days after his birthday, a span of 268.

He is 15-8 on the season:
https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/c/chacijh01.shtml

BONUS:  This game comes on Manny Machado's 88th day of his age, 26.  101, the 26th prime


 

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