The Daily Numbers for Monday, May 19

The Daily Numbers: 20 runs produced by Phils in 2 wins over Reds this weekend.

23 scoreless innings that preceded the outburst.

6 home runs for the Phils in those 2 wins.

25 dingers in the first 39 games of the season.

4 Dems who continue to campaign furiously for the right to go against incumbent Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett in the fall.

3 Democrats who are seeking the nomination in the hotly contested 164th District state House seat.

336 grads who collected their diplomas at Cabrini College yesterday.

40 students and 3 professors who opposed a speaker at Haverford College commencement. He decided to skip the affair. A man who did speak criticized the students and profs for their actions. Good for him.

17.6 million dollar loan being floated by Wallingford-Swarthmore School District to finance their debt.

20 liquor licenses now on operation in Media Borough. Council just approved another one on State Street to be run by the guys who own 320 Market in Swarthmore.

4-4 record for Phils starter Cliff Lee.

3.18 ERA for the lefty.

1, as in the 1st ever team title for Delco Christian at District 1 Track and Field championships.

13-inning heartbreaker of a loss for Widener baseball to end their season.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. Looks like the Phillies may have found their bats. Kudos to Ryne Sandberg for not being afraid to make changes in attempts to get things going.

I Don’t Get It: Since when do students get to make the decision about who the speaker is at commencement?

Today’s Upper: Kudos to former Princeton boss William Bowen, who made clear he believed the uproar at Haverford that led to a speaker backing out was a loss for the schools.

Quote Box: “Love people like crazy.”

- Ed Herr, head of Herr’s Potato Chips, to graduates at Immaculata.