The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, July 27

The Daily Numbers: 29, age of Upper Darby man gunned down outside the Stonehurst Court Apartments.

23 homicides in Delaware County this year.

5 of them in Upper Darby.

42 minutes, how long Bill Clinton took to talk about his wife, Hillary, last night.

1st woman ever nominated for president by major political party.

1st man, what the former president will be if Hillary beats Donald Trump in November.

125 people who packed a meeting in Upper Chi to talk about issues with the CSX train line.

36, age of man charged in the shooting of a police officer who responded to an incident in Norwood. Darrel Burt is planning an insanity defense.

425,000 dollar price tag for a lot on East Chester Pike sold by Ridley School District.

194,866 annual salary for Upper Darby schools boss Superintendent Richard Dunlap. He’s been placed on administrative leave.

2012 conviction of Philadelphia Monsignor William Lynn that has been overturned. The Pa. Supreme Court has indicated the conviction was flawed and rejected prosecution appeals.

3 years in prison, how long Lynn has served behind bars for his conviction on a single count of endangering the welfare of a child.

3 Penn State grads that are opening a craft beer business in Malvern.

1 more season for Andy Talley at the helm of Villanova football.

5-0 loss for Phillies to Marlins last night.

1 run on 5 hits over 7 strong innings for Phils starter Jared Eickhoff.

105 Russian athletes banned from Rio Olympics in doping scandal.

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

The Phillies continue to get great starting pitching - and very spotty offense to support it. They got shut out again last night.

I Don’t Get It: The Bernie or Bust people need to get over it. They lost. Was it fair and square? Maybe not. Doesn’t change fact that they lost.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Lansdowne native Tom Hall and others who took action to counter the hateful message of the Westover Baptist Church members who were protesting at the Democratic National Convention.

Quote Box: “We just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet.”

- Hillary Clinton, after she was formally nominated by Democrats last night.