Joe Musgrove throws first no hitter in San Diego Padres history, April 9, 2021, the 99th day of the year

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Last night Jeremy White phoned in and asked if I knew about the Joe Musgrove no hitter of Friday, April 9, 2021, and I responded, “There must be a 46.” Moments later Jeremy revealed that he was the 46th pick of the draft by the Toronto Blue Jays.

Again, year after year we show the same connections to the same scripted feats.

Keep in mind ‘Toronto’ equates to 117, and MLB season will end with the 117th World Series.

As for him throwing the no hitter on April 9th, the 99th day of the year, notice how ‘Padres’ fits in.

And he did it to the Texas Rangers, who play near Dallas. Dallas = 49 *Ranger = 99

Also, it was the 9th day of the MLB season, and baseball is a game of nines. *MLB = 9

His no hitter came 126 days after his birthday, or 18 weeks, on an 18 and 54 date numerology. These are numbers related to the Jesuit Order, as well as ‘baseball’.

4/9/2021 = 4+9+2+0+2+1 = 18
4/9/2021 = 4+9+20+21 = 54

For another point, he won the World Series with the other Texas team, the Houston Astros, in 2017, and the date can be written 9/4, like 94, a number related to ‘World Series’ rituals each year. In this case the number also connects to ‘Joe Musgrove’.

World Series = 57 / 147

1 Comment

  1. GregRamsey74 on April 10, 2021 at 4:46 pm

    “San Diego Native Joe Musgrove Throws First No-Hitter in San Diego Padres History” = 853 (English Ordinal) – 853, the 147th prime

    Joe(3) Musgrove(8). His team won the game with 3-runs on 8-hits

    His number is 44

    “Forty Four” = 99 (Reverse Ordinal) – 99th day

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