New York Retires Paul O’Neill’s #21 at Yankee Stadium
O’Neill’s #21 was retired on the 21st day of the month. It’s been 21 years since 2001, when New York was attacked on 9/11, and also happened to be Paul’s last season before he retired.
Despite being in a woeful slump for the past month, the Yankees were able to pull out the victory, which was credited to pitcher Lou Trivino, who threw 2.1 innings to end the game:
It was the 21st win of his career:
Trivino has Primary birth numerology of 121, and Standard numerology of 102:
The 21st Prime number is 73
The Yankees entered the game with 73 wins
In Standard Reduction (Pythagorean), Twenty-one sums to 42.
On the date O’Neill’s number was retired, the Yankees won by a score of 4-2:
The losing pitcher was Adam Cimber, whose name sums to both 42 and 201.
Cimber also has 21 career wins to his name:
Notice that it was the Yankees’ 74th win of the season. This is the number that Paul Andrew O’Neill shares with the Number twenty-one and New York Yankees.
21×21 = 441