The Daily Numbers for Monday, June 13

The Daily Numbers: 50 dead in attack on gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla.

1 gunman believed responsible for the carnage, now the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

29, age of the suspected gunman, who died after 3-hour standoff with police.

53 believe wounded in the attack.

1947, the House bill that is causing controversy in Pennsylvania, and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

30, age at which victims of child sexual abuse now have until to file lawsuits against abuser.

20 more years, to age 50, that would be extended under House Bill 1947.

100 people who marched against violence in Chester Saturday.

11 Tony wins for ‘Hamilton’ last night. It was nominated for 16 awards.

22, age of ‘The Voice’ star and South Jersey native Christina Grimmie, fatally shot by a man after a concert in Orlando Friday night.

2 killed, 2 wounded on streets of Philadelphia over the weekend.

10,000 SEPTA riders who could be eligible for new key card payment system being rolled out by the transit agency today.

0.8 cent per gallon dip in price of gas at the pumps last week across the region.

100 people displaced after a fire swept through apartments in Philly.

100 firefighters who responded to battle the blaze.

3.5 foot alligator captured in a canal near Allentown.

3 straight losses for the Phils in D.C. over the weekend.

1 strike away from a win yesterday, but Jeanmar Gomez could not close the door.

2 run single by Jayson Werth in bottom of 9th proved to be the game-winning walkoff.

3-3 tie broken in top of 9th by solo home run by Maikel Franco off Jonathan Papelbon.

5 games under .500 for Phils, worst mark of the season at 29-34.

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

Jayson Werth. I think we can safely say letting him walk away was a mistake. But is he “worth” the contract the Nats gave him?

I Don’t Get It: Another mass shooting. I don’t get it. Nor do I get those who immediately decided to wade in and offer political analysis on this tragedy.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to those who took to the streets to oppose violence Saturday in Chester.

Quote Box: “What is clear is he was a person filled with hatred.”

- President Barack Obama on Orlando shooter.