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John Means Throws 10th No-Hitter in Orioles History

Baltimore Orioles' John Means pitches no-hitter vs. Seattle Mariners, misses perfect game with wild pitch on strikeout

The last time the Baltimore Orioles threw a no-hitter was on July 13th, 1991, against the Oakland A’s. This date immediately stood out to me – this was the same day Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs was born.

Skaggs died suddenly in his hotel room in July of 2019. Shockingly, in the Angels’ first home game after his death, the Angels threw the first combined no-hitter in California since his date of birth. See my post on that game.

The Angels’ 2019 no-hitter was against the Seattle Mariners
Last night’s Orioles’ no-hitter was against the Seattle Mariners

Skaggs, a pitcher for the LA Angels, died on July 1st, or 7/1.

LA Angels and John Alan Means both = 71

The last Angels pitcher to die while playing for the team was Nick Adenhart.

Nick, Adenhart, and Nicholas Adenhart all = 71

Last night’s no-hitter came against The Seattle Mariners, whose Ordinal gematria matches Tyler Wayne Skaggs, who made his MLB debut in 2012.

The Seattle Mariners and Tyler Wayne Skaggs both = 212 Ordinal

The only batter to reach base against John Means, nullifying his perfect game, was Sam Haggerty, who was born on a date with Primary numerology of 144:(5) + (26) + (19) + (94) = 144

John Means, who completed his no-hitter in 113 pitches, has matching 144 gematria with Tyler Skaggs:

One hundred and thirteen pitches = 144, 144, and 450

John Means and Tyler Skaggs both = 144, 45, and 864


Notice the matching 864. The Sun has an equatorial diameter of 864,000 miles, and is an average of 93 million miles from Earth. Tyler Skaggs died just one day before the 2019 Total Solar Eclipse.

He was born exactly 93 weeks after Tyler Skaggs:

Orioles pitcher John Means was born in ‘93

"Orioles" = 93 (English Ordinal)

The number 93 sums to 55 in Reverse.

"Ninety-three" = 55 (Reverse Reduction)

Last night, on 5/5, John Alan Means threw the 10th no-hitter in Orioles history in relation to Tyler.

"John Alan Means" = 55 (Single Reduction)

"Tyler" = 55 (Reverse Ordinal)

The 10th Triangular number is 55
The 10th Fibonacci number is 55
is 5+5

The game fell a span of 1555 weeks, 5 days since the last time the Orioles threw a no-hitter:

Means was selected in the 46th round of the MLB Draft.

John Alan Means = 46, No-hitter = 46, 109, and 44, No-hitter = 109 and 44

The Orioles’ last no-hitter, which was Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs’ birthday, fell on a date with Reduced numerology of 31:7 + 1+3 + 1+9+9+1 = 31

"Angels" = 31 (Single Reduction)

The Angels lost 3-1 on the date of Means’ no-hitter
This was the Orioles’ 31st game of the season
This is the 31st season since the Orioles’ last no-hitter in 1991
John Means has been a Major Leaguer for 31 months

The date of his no-no had Standard numerology of 31:(5) + (5) + (21) = 31

The 31st Prime number is 127

"John Alan Means" = 127 (English Ordinal)

Means was born on April 24th, or 24/4

"Baltimore Orioles" = 244 (Reverse Ordinal)

It appears as if the game’s Losing Pitcher, Yusei Kikuchi, is also connected to Tyler.

"Tyler" = 26 (Full Reduction)

Kikuchi was born 26 days, or a span of 3 weeks, 6 days before Tyler Skaggs:

One hundred and thirteen pitches = 306 Ordinal

The 36th Prime number is 151

"Yusei Kikuchi" = 151 (English Ordinal)

Kikuchi was born on 6/17
is the 113th Prime number
John Means threw 113 pitches

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