Monday, October 25, 2010

The Daily Numbers - Oct. 25

The Daily Numbers: 0, number of home runs for Ryan Howard in this postseason.


0, number of RBIs for Howard.


.303, Howard’s batting average for the playoffs.


12 strikeouts in 22 at-bats vs. the Giants for the Phils’ slugger. In total he struck out 17 times in the playoffs.


27 straight points dropped on the Eagles by the Titans in the 4th quarter yesterday as the Birds fell, 37-19.


1,253 homes, 798,000 square feet of commercial space, 235,200 square feet of office space and a 225 room hotel being proposed for the old Franklin Mint site. Developers have formally filed their request for zoning changes to allow them to develop the site.


26, age of local swimmer Fran Crippen, who died in an open water race in the United Arab Emirates.


16, age of teen in Lancaster County killed when the horse he was riding was struck by a car.


50,000 dollars in jewelry stolen in a home invasion in Delaware in which a female occupant was held at gunpoint for 90 minutes.


23, age of Del. woman charged with stabbing her boyfriend after they broke up.


65, age of woman struck and killed by a SEPTA bus in Wynnefield Saturday. She went into cardiac arrest after being struck.


2.89 a gallon, average price of gas in the Philly region. That’s up from


$2.66 a year ago.


26 of 48 for 231 yards for Kevin Kolb against the Titans.


24 carries for 66 yards for Titans’ star Chris Johnson, pretty much a non-factor in the game.


3-1 loss for the Union at the hands of the Columbus Crew to finish off their first year in the MSL.


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Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.


Not exactly what a weekend to remember for Philly sports fans. The agony of defeat. Yeah, we’re all too familiar with that.


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I Don’t Get It: Ryan Howard takes a called strike three with the game – and the Phillies season – on the line. Hard to believe.


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Today’s Upper: You can count ‘em down with us. Eight days until the election.


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Quote Box: “I just don’t think any of us saw this happening.”


- Phillies closer Brad Lidge, after the Phils lost Game 6 of the NLCS, and the pennant, to the Giants.


 

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