The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, April 9

The Daily Numbers: 45,061 people who went through the turnstiles at Citizens Bank Park yesterday.

3 home runs from Ryan Braun to rain on the Phils’ parade.

7 RBIs to boot in the Brewers’ 10-4 win.

6 runs on 9 hits for Phillies starter Kyle Kendrick.

10 years for Citizens Bank Park. Doesn’t seem that long.

6.1 percent unemployment rate heralded by County Council Chairman Tom McGarrigle in his State of Delco Address.

2.5 days being made up in Wallingford-Swarthmore School District, as opposed to the 4 days originally thought.

2 men charged in theft case after a wild chase down Route 322 with state police in pursuit.

225,000 dollar state grant being used by Aqua Pa to convert its fleet of vehicles to natural gas.

2.1 percent tax hike looming in Wallingford-Swarthmore.

3 unused buildings auctioned off by Chester Upland School District.

3 to 6 years in prison for a Philly man charged burglaries and thefts in Delco.

75,000 dollars, how much the state is going to pay a restaurant for a dispute with a former state Health Department boss over an egg sandwich.

10 point gain for the stock market yesterday, breaking 3-day losing streak.

5-2 win for the Flyers that clinched a playoff spot.

2 goals for Claude Giroux.

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

A great day at Citizens Bank Park yesterday, right up until they started playing baseball. The Phils got spanked in their home opener.

I Don’t Get It: So much for booing Ryan Braun. The now admitted PED user smashed 3 home runs and knocked in 7 runs.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to another crop of All-Delco athletes being featured in our pages starting with today’s All-Delco Wrestling Team and Wrester of the Year L.J. Barlow of Haverford School.

Quote Box: “It’s like a national holiday for our family.”

- Greg Buchanan, on annual family outing to opening day with the Phillies.