Miami Marlins perfect postseason series record comes to an end on anniversary of Don Larsen’s lone perfect game in an MLB World Series, October 8, 2020

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Notice, the only perfect game in MLB World Series history was October 8, 1956, of all years, with the Yankees.

Society of Jesus = 56 / 187 / 191 *New York Yankees = 65 / 187 / 191

That date can be written 10/8, like 108, connecting to the 108 double stitches on a baseball.

This is the year of the 116th World Series.

The Marlins, now led by Derek Jeter, a former Yankee, just oversaw the Marlins ‘perfect’ postseason series record come to an end, after beginning 7-0, in this 28th season. Of course 28 is a perfect number, and 28 is also the 7th triangular number. Not by chance, the Marlins were beat 7-0 by the Braves, October 8, 2020, the 64 year anniversary of the perfect World Series game accomplishment.

Sixto Sanchez got the loss, 71 days after his birthday, making the Marlins 7-1 in postseason series. *71, 20th prime (2020)

This is all part of an ongoing narrative, which is why the 116th World Series begins October 20, 2020, 116 days after Derek Jeter’s birthday.

28, 7th tri. number (1+2+3+4+5+6+7 = 28)

*If the Yankees were to ever win another World Series, it would be 28. They’re currently on 27. *MLB = 27

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