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This news article is about the woes of Yankees left fielder Aaron Hicks, whose rough season came to a head last night when after dropping a catch, he put his head down in disappointment instead of throwing a live ball back into play:

Aaron shares a first name with another Yankee star – Aaron Judge. The manager who pulled him from the game is even named Aaron Boone. Consider how the NFL’s MVP is Aaron Rodgers, and his middle name is Charles, just like the new King.

The home run King was named Hank Aaron. He died the same weekend that the King of radio, Larry King passed away.

Hicks is 32 years old and was 23 days (or 3 weeks, 2 days) before his birthday.

In my last post, I pointed out how the NFL paid tribute to the Queen with their game that ended with a score of 31-10. “London Bridge” = 311, and it’s Operation London Bridge that took effect following the Queen’s death. The London Bridge was allegedly burned down in the year 1013, which is the value of Hicks’ full name.

##### Ninety-nine (99)

The Yankees are “royalty” of baseball, having won a total of 27 World Series championships. This game took place just one day after the death of Queen Elizabeth, the monarch of the Royal Family, whose husband Philip died at age 99 on the 99th day of 2021.

This game fell on September 9th, the date written globally as 9/9, matching the Ordinal value of Aaron Hicks.

Hicks was replaced in the outfield by Estevan Florial.

The word Judgement sums to 99 in that same Ordinal method.

This is particularly relevant because Aaron Judge‘s full name sums to 144 just like Judgement in Reverse.

The game ended with a score of 4-2, which is the value Aaron Judge in Reduction:

##### Thirty-three (33)

The Queen died at age 96, which is the Ordinal value of Aaron Judge.

Consider the date of 9/9 once again. The number 99 is 33×3. Following their loss, the Yankees’ AL East lead was cut to 3 games.

### 137 is the 33rd Prime number

Estevan Florial, who took over for Hicks, wears #90.

Earlier this season on July 6th, Aaron Hicks and Aaron Judge made Major League history when they became the first two men with the same first name to hit a grand slam in the same game.