The Daily Numbers for Monday, June 6

The Daily Numbers: 72 years ago, Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy.

95, age of George Anthony of Media, who took part in the invasion.

25, age of Ridley Park man charged in stabbing incident outside concert in Camden.

0.4 cent a gallon increase in the cost at the gas pumps last week.

2.46 a gallon average price in the Philly region for gas.

50, instead of 30, age at which victims of sexual abuse could still bring suit, according to a new law being considered in Harrisburg.

5 inches of rain that fell yesterday on parts of Central Pennsylvania, sparking serious flooding.

6 injured in brawl at juvenile facility in Butler County.

8-1 victory for the Phils as their offense exploded in win over Brewers.

13 hits for the Phils, that’s a season high.

6 scoreless innings from Aaron Nola, who struck out 9 Brewers.

5 runs scored by Phils in the 5th inning.

1 time they have scored more than 3 runs in an inning this year.

7 for 16 for Tommy Joseph in the series vs. Milwaukee.

3 games vs. Cubs kick off tonight, followed by 3 in D.C. vs. the Nats.

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

The Phils exploded for 8 runs yesterday vs. the Brewers. That’s a good week for this offense this season.

I Don’t Get It: A fan apparently threw a bottle or aluminum can at slugger Ryan Howard after he made the last out in Saturday’s game. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to George Anthony. The Media native talks about his role in the D-Day invasion. All he and his allies did was save the world.

Quote Box: “We were told the only people on the beach are dead and you’ll be dead if you land there.”

- George Anthony, on the D-Day invasion.