The Daily Numbers - July 20

The Daily Numbers: 625,000 dollars, the asking price for the home of the late Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas. The home is now on the market.
1,500 dollars believed ripped off from the Children’s Place store in Granite Run Mall for a former manager.
16 credits short of graduating from Ursinus College, where a student from Lansdowne found himself before being booted out of school after his arrest on pot-selling charges.
3 people rescued from the Atlantic Ocean off Barnegat Light after their fishing boat caught fire.
2 alarm fire that destroyed a home in Haddon Township, N.J., Sunday night. The family was able to flee.
1 man stabbed in the head around 10 p.m. Sunday in West Oak Lane.
1 dead, 4 injured in a crash Sunday afternoon on the Atlantic City Expressway.
29, age of suspect now being charged in a series of pharmacy robberies in Delaware.
45, age of teacher’s aide in Burlington County, N.J., convicted of sexually assaulting a teen male student.
32, age of woman electrocuted when she fell into third rail of subway line in North Philadelphia.
2 teens in Reading now found shot to death a day apart in the same alley. One was found Saturday, the other Sunday.
27, age of woman in custody for the shooting death of a store owner who was shot and killed outside her North Philadelphia shop on Saturday.
17,800 Pa. residents who exhausted their unemployment benefits as of Saturday.
2.56 a gallon, what we’re paying on average for gas in the Philly region.
7 wins and 0 losses for J.A. Happ. He went 7 innings yesterday as the Phils blanked the Marlins, 5-0.
2.68 ERA for the young Phils’ left-hander.
2.73 ERA for Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay, who is the focus of trade talks that might include the Phils. Halladay pitched a complete game over the Red Sox to lift his record to 11-3.
8 straight wins for the Phils, who now lead the NL East by 6 and a half over the Braves.
29 wins, 15 losses for the Phils on the road, best mark in the majors.
3 hits yesterday for Jimmy Rollins, who had a single, double and triple by the third inning.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.J.A. Happ certainly is not making the Phillies’ decision on Roy Halladay any easier. Happ is one of the names being bandied about in deals that could bring the Phils the Blue Jays ace. But Happ is starting to look ace-like himself. He’s now 7-0.
I Don’t Get It: Well, we’re now more than half way through July and there’s still no sign of a budget in Harrsiburg. Sounds like business as usual.
Today’s Upper: Some kudos to the county and Sheriff Joe McGinn for their attempts to offer a home foreclosure diversion program that will allow people to stay in their homes.
Quote Box: “The old fogey almost did it.”
- Tom Watson, 59, after coming within one putt of winning the British Open, the losing in a playoff.