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The First Major League Baseball Draft in 1965

The ultimate Eclipse number is 1331.

Major League Baseball draft

A Solar eclipse occurs when the Moon blocks the Sun. The day of the week named after The Moon is Monday.

The Moon and Monday both = 90 and 27

The first player ever selected in the MLB Draft was named Rick Monday:In Major League Baseball's first Free Agent Amateur Draft, the Kansas City Athletics selected Arizona State sophomore Rick Monday as the number one pick.

He played for the Arizona Sun Devils:

Rick Monday was born on November 20th, written 20/11 internationally.

"Major League Baseball draft" = 211 (English Ordinal)

211 is the 47th Prime number

"Total eclipse" = 47 (Full Reduction)

The baseball diamond is reminiscent of the Freemasonic compass and square, which is set to 47°:

The first-ever Major League Baseball draft was held on June 8th, 1965, which was the 47th anniversary of the most recent Total eclipse to pass over both coasts of the United States:

June 8th can also be written as 8/6.

"Draft" = 86 (Reverse Ordinal)

The word Eclipse has gematria of 120 and 192.

Eclipse = 120 Reverse and 192 Jewish

Rick Monday was 1020 weeks (or 19 years, 200 days) old when he was drafted:

He was selected by the Kansas City A’s.

"Kansas City A's" = 1092 (Reverse English Sumerian)

Rick, who made his Major League debut in ’66, was born on the 324th day of the year:

U.S. Flag = 66 Ordinal and 324 Jewish

U.S. Flag Incident

While Rick Monday was playing center field for the Cubs in ’76, he interrupted what was certainly a staged Protest between innings by saving an American flag from being burned.

Protest = 76 and 113

Rick Monday = 113 and 157

113 is the 30th Prime number

Rick Monday was 30 years, 157 days old on the date of his heroics:

157 is the 37th Prime number
The game was Chicago vs. Los Angeles
The Rescue occurred in front of the 370′ sign

Chicago and Los Angeles both = 37 Reduction

"Rescue" = 37 (Reverse Reduction)

Burning the flag

The Burning American flag was saved by Robert James Monday in a game against the Dodgers during the nation’s Bicentennial.

Robert James Monday = 72, Monday = 72 and 90, American flag = 72 and 90, Dodgers = 72
"Bicentennial" = 72 (Reverse Reduction)

The Dodgers were thankful for Monday’s actions, and they presented him with the flag he rescued on “Rick Monday Day” back in Chicago a week later. Not only that, but they ended up getting Rick Monday in a trade after that very season.

Monday was dealt to L.A. 261 days after keeping flames off the flag of The U.S.A.

Robert James Monday and The United States of America both = 261 and 99

Another popular name for the American flag is the Star-Spangled Banner. The poem by that name, which would later be turned into a song that became our national anthem, was written by Francis Scott Key.

That Cubs-Dodgers trade occurred on the 134th anniversary of the death of Francis Scott Key:

"Solar eclipse" = 134 (English Ordinal)

Star-Spangled Banner has gematria of 666, the ultimate number of the Moon.

"Star-Spangled Banner" = 666 (Jewish)

"Flag burning" = 666 (English Sumerian)

Robert Monday = 60 and 66

Rick Monday, whose legal name is Robert Monday, was born on 20/11, a date with Primary numerology of 95:(11) + (20) + (19) + (45) = 95

Six hundred sixty-six = 211 and 95

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