Tommy Lasorda has died a span of 73 days from the Dodgers winning the World Series. And you’ll recall the many 73 rituals we documented during the Dodgers rigged World Series, as well as me saying Lasorda was on borrowed time.
Blake Snell pulled after 73 pitches: https://gematriaeffect.news/kevin-cash-pulls-blake-snell-with-73-pitches-in-scripted-game-6-of-the-world-series-october-27-2020-dodgers-over-rays/
Mookie Betts clutch hit on the 73rd pitch: https://gematriaeffect.news/mookie-betts-puts-dodgers-up-5-0-on-73rd-pitch-of-game-three-of-world-series-october-23-2020/
Clayton Kershaw’s strikeout record on the 73rd pitch: https://gematriaeffect.news/clayton-kershaws-201st-postseason-strikeout-october-20-2020-game-1-of-the-2020-world-series/
You could also say he died 72 days after the Dodgers won the World Series 4-2, on the anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s funeral.
Keep in mind they say the sun is 93 million miles away, in light of Lasorda being dead at 93…
And again, there are 32 sun rays on the Jesuit logo, and the Dodgers won their first World Series in 32 years, scoring 32 runs, on the back of ‘Mookie’, a name equating to 32, and reminding of Spike Lee playing the part of Mookie, the man in the Jackie Robinson jersey in Do the Right Thing, which released a span of 32 years from the Dodgers “accomplishment.”
Also, from Lasorda’s 93rd birthday to his death was a span of 108 days.
Don’t forget there are 108 double stitches on a baseball.
You could also say today was 107 days after his birthday, connecting to ‘ritual sacrifice’.
Sacrifice = 19+1+3+18+9+6+9+3+5 = 73
They saved the news for January 8, or 1/8, like 18.