Clayton Kershaw’s 201st postseason strikeout, October 20, 2020, Game 1 of the 2020 World Series
Read more about the Jesuits and 201: https://gematriaeffect.news/pope-francis-lives-in-vatican-suite-201-march-26-2013-news/
Read about the 201 ritual with Jesuit educated Matt Ryan: https://gematriaeffect.news/the-fox-nfl-201-ritual-in-matt-ryans-201st-nfl-game-september-20-2020/
Kershaw picked up his 201st career postseason strikeout (moving to second all-time, and is 4 behind Justin Verlander, with 205), to finish the 5th inning, with his Dodgers holding a 2-1 lead. Of course, today is the anniversary of the Dodgers winning their last world series, October 20, 1988, and that is the year Clayton Kershaw was born, on March 19.
*They got baseball America’s past time.
1988 was 32 years ago *America = 32 *7/4/1776 = 32
There are 32 sun rays on the Jesuit logo, and take a look at the ‘Rays’ logo.
For another kicker, Clayton Kershaw came into this game 186-88 all-time, and again, the Dodgers haven’t won the World Series since ’88, on this day in history, months after Clay K. was born.
And for the record, today leaves 72 days in the year, and again, is the 32 year anniversary of the Dodgers winning the ’88 World Series.
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