The Daily Numbers: 150 new jobs coming to SAP HQ in Newtown Square. 2,800 employees for SAP in the county. 242 new jobs for a new facility being developed by SAP in Pittsburgh. 1.7 million dollars in funding assistance and tax cuts for the Pittsburgh project. 122,274 square foot facility in the works in the Burgh. 137 vests being purchased for Upper Darby police to protect them in ‘active shooter’ situations vs. gunmen with rifles. 37,000 dollars, how much the vests will cost. 3 officers across the nation killed so far in 2017. 140 on-duty deaths in 2016. 38, age of Rodney Shelton, who was held for trial yesterday after preliminary hearing on charges he fatally shot trucker Thomas Childs in Yeadon. 36, age of man who died after being struck by car in Upper Darby. 1.8 million received by Middletown for easements for proposed Sunoco Logistics pipeline. 40-60,000 dollars, expected costs of a proposed safety study on the matter being sought by some residents. 7, age of youth left on school bus by his driver in Philly while the man went shopping. 46 straight wins for Villanova at the Pavilion, tying school record. 79-54 win over No. 15 Xavier. 20 points for Kris Jenkins in the rout. 13-3 mark for Wildcats in games involving Top 25 teams in 30-year history of their building. 4-1 loss for Flyers in Buffalo. 899-68 loss for No. 1 Baylor last night. 75-67 loss for Saint Joe to George Mason. 61-53 win for Chester over Penn Wood. Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. Joel Embiid is almost as much fun off the court as he is on the hardwood. I Don’t Get It: Still trying to get my arms around the fact that Donald Trump is going to be president of the United States in a week. Today’s Upper: Kudos to SAP, which is emphasizing its commitment to Delco with 150 new jobs at their Newtown Square HQ. Quote Box: “This just shows more of their commitment to Delaware County.” - Trish McFarland, president of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, on news that SAP is adding jobs.