Daron Sutton Hired by Angels After Death of Father Don Sutton
In January, I made this post reviewing the numerology of the death of Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton.
The connections to the Los Angeles Dodgers and their recent World Series championship are undeniable, but the second part of the post is what really intrigues me. I pointed out how Don’s passing appeared to be numerically connected to his son Daron, who was a play-by-play commentator for three different MLB teams through the 2012 season.
Although he had not worked for a big league team in 9 years, it just so happens that Daron Sutton was recently announced as a backup broadcaster for a different organization his father played for – Los Angeles’s other baseball team, the Angels. The announcement was published on March 11th, 2021.
Adding to the riddle is that the new lead commentator in Los Angeles is Matt Vasgersian, who Daron had previously replaced as the lead play-by-play man for the Milwaukee Brewers back in 2002. Daron’s father Don Sutton was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers in 1982 and helped lead them to that season’s World Series.
Daron Sutton was hired by Los Angeles 52 days (or a span of 53 days) after his father’s death:
Matt Vasgersian was 53 years old when he and Daron were brought aboard.
The announcement had Primary numerology of 55 and a Life Lesson number of 19: