Chris Mortensen is dead at 72.

This death comes on a Sunday, the 63rd day of the year, right before the MLB regular season gets underway. *Major League Baseball=63

He was born November 7, the day leaving 54 days in the year, and died 117 days later. Keep in mind November 7 is the anniversary of Roy Halladay’s passing off the coast of Holiday, Florida.

The pattern goes with ESPN beginning as an MLB network.
ESPN=54 & 18
Baseball=54 & 18
MLB=54

The Sunday piece fits in as so. *Sun=54 & 18

Keep in mind the sun moves one degree on the astrological wheel every 72 years.
Jesuit Order=54 & 72

https://sports.yahoo.com/longtime-espn-journalist-nfl-reporter-chris-mortensen-dies-at-72-214802580.html

Notice he is from the LA area, and the two recent deaths, Hector Ortiz, and Tim Wakefield, have connections to Los Angeles (both men were drafted in ’88, the year the Dodgers won the World Series over Oakland).

In this case, Mortensen started with ESPN in ’91, and that year the World Series was the 88th iteration of the event, the year Minnesota beat Atlanta.

Keep in mind ’91 was 33-years ago, and he is dead on March 3, 2024.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_World_Series

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