Yesterday, Brandon Belt broke a Major League record by having the longest At-Bat in MLB history.
The 44th prime number is 193. The record Belt broke was exactly 19 years, 300 days old:
“Longest At-Bat record” = 107 (RR)
The 64th prime number is 311. There are exactly 3011 days between the birthdays of Brandon Belt and the pitcher he faced, Jaime Barría:
3×11 = 33. Brandon Belt was in his 3rd day of being 30:
The at-bat was 21 pitches. It came off of 21 year-old pitcher Jaime Barría. It was the Giants’ 21st game, and the Angels came in having completed 21 games. 21 × 2 = 42
The final score was 4-2:
“Jaime Barría” = 89 (Jewish Ordinal)
Barría’s birthday is 89 days after Belt’s:
Including the end date, they’re 8 years, 90 days apart:
Brandon Belt’s initials are B.B., appropriate for the date of the 22nd. B.B. also looks like 88. Barria was 88 days before his 22nd birthday:
Pitch count records began being counted in ’88. Brandon Belt was born in ’88.