Thursday, March 23, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Thursday March 23

The Daily Numbers: 82, age of legendary Phillies manager Dallas Green.

6 decades, how long Green spent in baseball, almost all of them in Philly.

1980, year Green willed a bunch of under-achieving Phils to their 1st World Series championship.

1 color gown for all grads to wear, what Haverford High School students are petitioning for.

500 dollar shopping spree won by an Aston man.

10 million dollar deficit still looming in Upper Darby School District budget.

150 cities being visited by SAP in their Reimagined Tour.

3 teens who had been on the run after fleeing a juvenile detention center 300 miles away.

1st Steps Treatment Center now up and running at Crozer-Chester Medical Center to help in the war on opioid abuse.

215 votes needed by Republicans in the House today to pass their repeal of the Affordable Care Act and replace it with their own American Health Care Act. Right now it looks like they still don’t have votes.

87, age of ‘Gong Show’ creator Chuck Barris, who died this week.

2 rival female teen gangs that engaged in a nasty street fight in West Philadelphia, including 1 girl having her hair set on fire.

35th triple double for Kevin Westbrook in leading the Thunder to easy win over the 76ers last night.

0 shots missed by Westbrook, the so-called ‘perfect’ triple double

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

Joel Embiid is now scheduled for knee surgery. Two months after first injuring his knee. Yep, the Process is still working.

I Don’t Get It: I’m betting the House never votes today on the GOP health care plan. They don’t appear to have to votes in their own ranks to get it passed.

Today’s Upper:
Kudos to the memory of a person who truly was larger than life - Dallas Green.

Quote Box: “The Phillies didn’t fire Danny Ozark, you guys did.”

Green addressing the Phils after taking over for the departed skipper Ozark.

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