32 year old Clayton Kershaw improves to 3-2 in World Series, and helps Dodgers take 3-2 lead, 32 years after the Dodgers last World Series win, in 1988

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Dodgers lead 3-2. They won Game 5, 4-2. Mookie Betts was traded to the Dodgers on 4/2, February 4, 2020, after the death of Kobe Bryant, on the “4200 block.” We know about ‘Jackie’ and 42.

32-year-old Kershaw improved to 3-2 in the World Series for his career, and helped the Dodgers get to 3-2 in the series for 2020. Again, it has been 32 years since the Dodgers won in the World Series, in 1988, and Kershaw, by winning his two starts in the World Series, has remained on 88 career losses. Of course, the first win was October 20, the 32 year anniversary of the Dodgers winning the World Series, October 20, 1988, the day leaving 72 days in the year. *Dodgers = 72

Don’t forget there are 32 sun rays on the Jesuit logo.

And think about the Dodgers playing the Rays, and going for the first World Series title in 32 years, while doing it with ‘Mookie’.

Read about the Jesuit ritual with Kershaw’s 201st postseason strikeout in Game 1 of the World Series: https://gematriaeffect.news/clayton-kershaws-201st-postseason-strikeout-october-20-2020-game-1-of-the-2020-world-series/

Update: The Dodgers won the World Series on the anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s funeral, 4-2, and scored 32 runs in the six games.


  1. Synchronous_Sam on October 26, 2020 at 6:23 am

    10/20 is Kamala Harris’ birthday

  2. GregRamsey74 on October 26, 2020 at 12:18 pm

    “C. Kershaw” = 88 (English Ordinal)

    “Three-Two” = 42 (Full Reduction)

    “Thirty Two Year” = 72 (Full Reduction)

    “Thirty Two Year” = 144 (Reverse Ordinal)

  3. JoshuaRosevear on October 27, 2020 at 10:38 am

    How fitting would it be for LA to win the series 4-2.

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