The names of all the major sports teams follow a simple code, which has remained a secret for the most part. The teams of Major League Baseball easily fit the main rule of this code, the "Rule of 3". Basically, the majority begin with the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 23rd and 26th letters. This group is also used with letters which further strengthen it, called catalysts. Let's see how this works:
M.T. (13-20) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of a "3" letter, M (13), and catalyst T (20). The other strengthening letters are appropriately A (1), B (2), D (4), J (10) and K (11).
M.B. (13-2) also follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter M (13) and catalyst B (2).
Chicago White Sox
C.W.S. (3-23-19) again follows the "Rule of 3". "3" letters are used in conjunction with themselves in order to prescribe strength.
C.I. (3-9) also follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters C (3) and I (9).
S.M. (19-13) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters S (19) and M (13).
Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates
C (3), M (13) and P (16) are all "3" letters because their place in alphabet possesses of multiple of 3. Their power is implied here through alliteration. It is no coincidence that every alliterated team name begins with a "3" letter. The Government-Media want our world to be one in which these sinister, masculine letters are more powerful than the feminine, benevolent side: E, G, L, N, O, U, V, Y.
St. Louis Cardinals
"Saint-louis" can be treated like a single word because that's basically how it's spoken. S.C. (19-3) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters S (19) and C (3).
San Diego Padres
S.D.P. (19-4-16) again follows the "Rule of 3". S (19th) and P (16) are "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet. D (4) acts as a catalyst.
D.T. (4-20) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of only catalysts. Putting them together fits the image of the team as well as the city. D (4) symbolizes Direction, Drive, Duty. T (20) symbolizes Toughness and Training.
Toronto Blue Jays
T.B.J. (20-2-10) is also the combination of catalysts, appropriate in a sports setting because that group basically represents strength and consonance.
Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds
C-R (3-18) is common because it simplifies as a fraction or ratio to 1-6, consequently giving F (6) strength. It's not so much about the symbolism of C (3) or R (18), but about the ratio created between.
Kansas City Royals
K.C.R. (11-3-18) breaks down to K.C. (11-3) and C.R. (3-18). K.C. follows the "Rule of 3" as the pairing of "3" letter C (3) and catalyst K (11). We know that C.R. is common because the ratio created is 6.
Texas Rangers, Tampa Bay Rays
T.R. (20-18) is also very common, not so much because of the symbolism of T and R, but because the important S (19) is the letter in between. "Tampa bay" can be read as a single word, so that it is basically the same initials.
San Francisco Giants
Notice that this is the only team name beginning with the common letter of G. Normally, the 7th letter would be avoided altogether in a sports setting, however in this case S.F.G. fits the code because S.F. (19-6) fits the "Rule of 3", and F.G. (6-7) also follows the code.
Names like this trivialize the existence of the code. A.B. = 1-2. Failing to recognize this simple pattern is extremely effective in keeping the code hidden from the attention of the masses.
Why does B.O., 2-15, fit the code? Well, why is B.O., "body odor", a phrase? B.O. means something specific, and to put it elegantly, it means just what its initials say. It was decided that Baltimore is a city whose image is projected accurately by these initials. It was also decided the phrase B.O. should bring to mind something which is bad to have, body odor.
People often wonder why the American baseball championship is called the World Series, although it's only a national contest. Answering to this question is easy for someone in the know (like you). Like many titles, it's an inside joke, a subversive reference to the code, designed to tease the people. The pairing W.S. (23-19) also follows the "Rule of 3" and exemplifies the principals of the Legion themselves. The symbolism of each letter is related to the most important words which begin with that letter. For W, those are World and War. For S, it's Sex and Supremacy.