Notice how FOX News published this article at 9:09 am. In my last post, I discussed the numeric riddle underlying the Yankees’ benching of left fielder Aaron Hicks, which was centered around the number 99. Yesterday’s date was 9/9. This story about C.J. Cron is highly-connected.
The 99th Prime number is 523
On the same night as Hicks’ issues in New York, Rockies first baseman C.J. Cron hit the longest home run of the Statcast era, blasting one 504 feet out of Coors Field.
The home run he crushed was thrown by pitcher Keynan Middleton, who wears #99:
Middleton was born on the 12th of September, or 12/9. This is the Ordinal gematria of Ninety-nine, and the Reduction value of Cron’s full name (S Exception).
Middleton’s name has the number 99 both rightside-up and upside-down in gematria.
Cron was born in 1990
99 is 11×9
He was a span of 119 days before his birthday
Hicks / Judge Connections
The Rockies would go on to win the game. As the home team, the score read 10-13:
After the Queen’s death, Operation London Bridge took effect. The London Bridge was allegedly burned down in the year 1013.
C.J. Cron was born on January 5th, or 1/5, syncing up with the Ordinal value of Aaron Hicks‘ full name:
Aaron Judge was born on the 26th of April, or 26/4, matching C.J. Cron‘s full Ordinal gematria:
9×9 = 81
Cron’s home run against the Arizona Diamondbacks gave the Rockies an 8-1 lead.
They said the home run was 504 feet. Why not one more foot to make it 505?