What a strange story from the world of baseball this weekend. Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Matt Strahm was ejected from the game before it ever started – all because he wouldn’t sit down after the playing of the National Anthem.
That’s right – Strahm was playing chicken with Kutter Crawford, his former teammate when he played for their opponent, the Boston Red Sox. Neither man would get off the field, leading to an ejection for both.
The date in was the 6th of May, or 6/5. It was the same date as King Charles’ coronation, which was a tribute to the U.S.
Of course, this fiasco with The Star-Spangled Banner happened in 2023 in the city of Philadelphia, the city where Betsy Ross sewed the first American flag.
Excluding the word “The”, Star-Spangled Banner sums to 190 in Ordinal, just like The United States.
In Latin, Star-Spangled Banner has that special 666 gematria.
In turn, 666 sums to 275 in Ordinal.
American flag has Reduction gematria of 54.
The game was played on a date with Primary numerology of 54, which also left 239 days in the year:
The address of the Betsy Ross House is 239 Arch Street
The United States of America sums to 1042 and 1602, which helps explain why Baseball is the national pastime.
Betsy Ross’s full name was Elizabeth Griscom Ross.