As far as I'm concerned nothing will ever top this prediction in the history of...anything. The Simpsons can try and predict all they want. That one person predicting coronavirus in a book 20 years ago, nope nothing beats Mariners color commentator Mike Blowers predicting that Seattle infielder Matt Tuiasosopo would hit his first home run of his career in his 2nd at bat of a random September baseball game on a 3-1 fastball into the second deck.
Mike Blowers saw God on the morning of September 27th, 2009 and the only information he could get out of him was that Matt Tuiasosopo was going yard in his second at bat on a 3-1 count. Dude couldn't get any lottery numbers. Nothing on who was going to win the World Series (the Yankees). When the next economic crisis was coming. Not even the next bad storm in the area. Nope, just a Tuiasosopo dinger. I guess you take what you can get and look cool no matter what the obscure prediction is.
On the real, can someone ask Mike when the baseball season is going to start? It's been a few years I'm sure God is down to flex again and spill the beans on another event in the future. Maybe make this one a little more important?