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Christian Yelich became just the 5th MLB player in history (3rd in the modern era) to hit for two cycles in one season. A cycle is a feat in baseball where a hitter collects a single, a double, a triple, and a home run in the same game.

Yelich, who now plays his home games in Wisconsin, was born in 1991 on the date December 5th, written 12/5

He was the first player to ever hit two cycles in one season against the same team

In numerology, 1093 represents 193
193 is the 44th Prime number. He hit his second cycle on a date with 44 numerology:

He completed the feat on the date that leaves 105 days on the calendar:

Yelich wears #22

The 22nd Prime number is 79
Yelich’s second cycle falls 79 days before his next birthday:

As we will soon see, these dates are tributes to the Metonic cycle, the most significant cycle of time.

For a good chunk of the season, I’ve been documenting how the Brewers are the Moon team of the Major Leagues, and this year, 2018, their team is stacked with players with numbers matching the Moon.

On the date of his second cycle, Yelich is 2 months, 18 days before his next birthday:

The Moon and Saturn represent the cycle of time.

741 is the 38th Triangular number

The 38th Prime number is 163

Cycles are often synonymous with circles, especially when it comes to time. Pi is used to calculate the mathematics of the circle.

Pi is 3.14

Today is 2 months, 2 weeks, 4 days before Yelich’s birthday:

In Reverse Reduction, Christian sums to 61

The number 61 flipped upside-down is 19. Yelich’s two cycles came 19 days apart. They both happened to occur against the same team – the Cincinnati Reds

The 19th Prime number is 67

The Metonic cycle is 19 years in length. This period of time syncs up almost exactly with 235 lunar phases.

19 = 235 = 254, the number of sidereal months in the Metonic cycle

Metonic cycle sums to 127 and 1108, matching Yelich’s birth numerology of 127 and 118

In Reduction, Metonic cycle sums to 55, which was the alternate date numerology of his second cycle:

In the Reverse alphabetic order, Metonic cycle sums to 197

For some reason, a pitcher for the Brewers’ AAA team, Tim Dillard, showed up for the post-game show. As it turns out, he was born on July 19th, written internationally as 19/7

Remember, the Metonic Cycle is 19 years in length, and Yelich’s cycles were 19 days apart. Why do I mention this?

Because 19 squared is 361, and Tim Dillard is exactly 3061 days older than Christian Yelich:

157 is the 37th Prime number
Yelich hit for the cycle on a date with a life lesson number of 37

His first cycle was hit on August 29th, a date with a life lesson number of 48

The 48th Prime number is 223

There are 223 months in the Saros cycle, which is used to predict solar and lunar eclipses.

Christian Yelich pulled the feat off with the Milwaukee Brewers

Yelich has matching gematria with two cycles

It’s the 260th day of the year: