The name Tim McCarver has matching Latin gematria with Baseball.
McCarver was a winner of the Ford C. Frick Award, named after sportswriter and Baseball executive Ford Frick. Frick’s term as NL President was highlighted by several disputes with the Cardinals organization and its players, including protests against his approval of the color barrier being broken.
Most of Tim McCarver’s playing career was spent with the Cardinals. He was born under the sign of Libra, which is a Cardinal sign of the Zodiac (begins one of the four seasons). In the announcing booth, he was best known for his time alongside Joe Buck, son of longtime Cardinals announcer Jack Buck.
McCarver died at the age of 81
He died on the 16th of February, or 16/2
He spent over a decade with the St. Louis Cardinals – however, he did not appear in the 1962 season.
At any given time during a Baseball game, there are 18 active players.
The 18th Prime number is 61
McCarver died on a date with Primary numerology of 61:
Tim went into the Baseball Hall of Fame on another date with 61 numerology:
February 16th is written as 2/16
The Moon’s diameter is 2160 miles (equator)
187 is a number associated with Death, as popularized by the California penal code:
His death fell on the 16th, a date with Reduced numerology of 16:
With the end date, this is 2006 days. 2006 was the first year that Joe Buck and Tim McCarver called a World Series victory for the Cardinals.
In regards to him dying at 81 when “Cardinals” = 81, the 81st Prime number is 419. His last full day alive was a span of 419 days before the second Great American Eclipse.