# Ray Miller, Orioles pitching coach, dead May 4, 2021, at 76, one day before team’s 10th no hitter in league history, May 5, 2021

Ray Miller is dead 4 days after his 76th birthday. Of course the number 4 is associated with ‘death’.

Read my decode on John Means May 5, 2021 no hitter, Orioles over Mariners.

From Altobelli’s March 3, 2021 death to the May 5 no hitter was 63 days later.

Recall in 2017 when the Marlins pitcher threw the first no hitter of the season, June 3, or 6/3 (like 63), and in tribute to the Marlins pitcher who died the season prior. Also, on that same day, the MLB set a league record with the most grand slams in a single day, the 154th day of the year.

Grand Slam = 154
Doubleday = 154 (American baseball is credited to Abner Doubleday)

And in this case, on the day of John Means no hitter for the Baltimore Orioles, their 10th in team history, on 5/5 (55, 10th triangular number and 10th Fibonacci number), their former pitching coach, Ray Miller, was dead in the headlines.

Ritual Sacrifice = 251 (54th prime) *Baseball = 54 / 54 *MLB = 54
Blood Sacrifice = 257 (55th prime) *No hitter on 5/5

Credit to these posters for these two important updates.

And notice how Ray Miller died the day prior, May 4, prior to the news.

May 4 is written 5/4, like 54, or 4/5, like 45.

5/4, like 54.

4/5, like 45.

108 double stitches on a baseball.

Remember when the Cubs hadn’t been in the World Series since ’45, and won after a 108 year drought?

I do.

They did it over the (216) area code, Cleveland, winning the 2016 World Series, the 112th edition, on 11/2.

Mathematics = 112 (1+1=2)
Geometry = 108 / 108

https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/31394786/long-baltimore-orioles-pitching-coach-ray-miller-dies-76