Ji-Man Choi Hits Brewers’ First Grand Slam of Season
The Brewers don’t hit many Grand Slams, it seems. Ji-Man Choi knocked one out yesterday, however, to give the Brewers a 6-3 lead over the Phillies in a game they would eventually win 12-3.
Ji-Man Choi just celebrated his 27th birthday a few weeks ago. On the date of the game, he was exactly 27 years, 3 weeks old:
His age can also be converted to 1411 weeks:
14×11 = 154
The home run came off of Phillies pitcher Luis Garcia, whose birthday falls 15 weeks, 4 days before Choi’s:
The Brewers wound up winning 12-3
This grand slam turns out to be a Golden ratio ritual related to Rob Gronkowski, who is trending after his horse finished 2nd at the Belmont. Gronkowski was exactly 10618 days old:
The Golden Ratio is 1.6180…
Ji-Man has triple gematria of 161
The Golden Ratio is also called Phi. The Grand Slam came off the Philadelphia Phillies, a day after the Golden State Warriors, formerly from Philadelphia, won the NBA Finals.
His career batting average after the game was .191, which is 161 upside-down.
Notice how he’s also had 157 at-bats. He was born 1570 days after the pitcher who gave up his grand slam. That pitcher wears #57
190 is a big Moon number. It’s the 19th triangular number. There are 19 years in the Metonic cycle.
Choi’s birthday falls 109 days after Garcia’s
Garcia’s birthday is 1/30, and of course 13 is a significant Moon number as I document frequently.
It’s especially funny that Garcia wears #57 because another significant home run hit by the Brewers was off the bat of Tyler Saladino a couple weeks ago. That also came off of #57, as detailed in the linked post.
Choi has full birth numerology of 134, matching the Ordinal value of the pitcher’s full name.
Ji-Man’s gematria matched the date numerology as well: