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José Altuve Sends Astros to World Series w/ Walk-Off

Altuve's walk-off homer sends Astros to Series

The Hitter

Former AL MVP José Altuve hit a walk-off home run last night, sending the Astros back to the World Series.

"José Carlos Altuve" = 193 (English Ordinal)

193 is the 44th Prime number

The Yankee’s 44th and final hit of the series tied the game at 4-4, which was the score when José Altuve hit the game-winner.

"José Altuve" = 44 (Full Reduction KV)

"José Altuve" = 440 (Satanic)

The Pitchers

44 is 4×11
Astros pitchers walked 4 and struck out 11

"Astros" = 411 (Jewish)

The Winning Pitcher of the game was Roberto Osuna, whose 2/7 birthday matches Altuve’s uniform #27

"Roberto Osuna Quintero" = 114 (Reverse Reduction)

Counting both the regular season and postseason, the Astros now have 114 wins. Altuve’s home run was hit off of Yankees’ closer Aroldis Chapman, who was born exactly 114 weeks before Altuve:114 Weeks, 0 Days

Chapman has a Life Lesson number of 56(2) + (28) + 1+9+8+8= 56

Altuve’s birthday is May 6th, or 5/6

"Chapman" = 56 (English Ordinal)

Chapman was born on 2/28. His birthday is 2 years, 2 months, 8 days before Altuve’s:2 Years, 2 Months, 8 Days

If these games weren’t rigged, and this numerology was organic, would Chapman really have this stupid grin on his face after surrendering the hit that ended his team’s season?

Last night’s game began at 7:08 CST and lasted 4 hours, 9 minutes. This means that in New York, Altuve’s home run occurred during the morning of October 20th, written 20/10

"José Carlos Altuve" = 2010 (Jewish)

Altuve was born in 1990. The date 20/10 falls 199 days before his next birthday:199 Days

199 is the 46th Prime number
The final score was 4-6

Yankees 4, Astros 6

"Yankees-Astros" = 46 (Full Reduction)

Houston, Texas = 46 and 64


Altuve’s walk-off sent the Astros to the 115th World Series.

"Walk-off" = 115 (Reverse Ordinal)

The Astros will be playing against Washington

Washington and Jose Altuve both = 130 and 140

It was a blown save that allowed Altuve to step up and win it in the 9th inning.

"Blown save" = 130 (Reverse Ordinal)

Let’s also appreciate how José Altuve matches The Astros in gematria:

José Altuve and The Astros both = 125, 118, 55, and 416 Primes

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