Monday, May 12, 2014

The Daily Numbers for Monday, May 12

The Daily Numbers: 4-1 lead going into the 9th inning for the Phillies yesterday vs. the Mets. Unfortunately, then the Phils’ bullpen got involved.

5-4 loss for Phils in 11th inning.

3 runs on 3 hits for Antonio Bastardo in the 9th inning yesterday. He recorded just 1 out.

23 years ago that the federal government took over operation of the Chester Housing Authority.

100th anniversary of Mother’s Day celebrated yesterday.

96th annual Mother’s Day Parade in Chester.

50 percent of those running for seats in Pa. House and Senate this year have no opposition.

111-92 majority for Republicans in the state House.

27-23 lead for the GOP in the state Senate.

8 billion dollars pumped into Pa. economy by state casinos.

15 inches of snow that fell on Mother’s Day in some parts of Colorado.

4 to 9 inches in Denver.

47, age of Philly School District police officer killed when his motorcycle collided with pickup truck Friday night. The other driver faces DUI charges.

21 dollar tax hike looming for residents in Ridley.

106 members of Class of 2014 kicked off the commencement season on Saturday at Penn State Brandywine.

200 graduates who picked up diplomas at Cheyney University on Saturday.

0 starters, what some experts are predicting the Eagles got from the NFL Draft.

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

Someone please tell me I am not going to be forced to watch this Phillies bullpen all summer.

I Don’t Get It: For an incumbent governor, have you ever seen worse ads than those being put out by Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett?

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the city of Chester for putting on a glorious Mother’s Day Parade for the 96th consecutive year on Sunday.

Quote Box: “It’s become a family reunion of sorts.”

- La Von Postelle, on Chester’s Mother’s Day Parade tradition.

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