The Daily Numbers for Thursday, April 6

The Daily Numbers: 100 years ago today, marking the centennial of the U.S. entry into World War I

535,000 dollars, how much the rector of Villa St. Joseph in Darby is accused of stealing.

98 years, how long the feds believe Monsignor William Dombrow was skimming from the archdiocese.

77, age of the monsignor.

80 years in jail, what he faces if convicted.

7 Irish-American vets who will be honored Sunday at the Delaware County Veterans Memorial.

3 billion dollar deal in which Sunoco will sell most of its AM PM convenience stores to 7-Eleven.

1,110 stores involved in the transaction.

50 minute rain delay before Phillies-Reds game last night.

2-0 loss for the Phils.

19 Phils in a row set down by Reds pitcher Brandon Finnegan at one point.

2 hits through 6 innings for Phils’ starter Jerad Eickhoff. Then Joey Votto homered for the difference in the game.

58, age of former Flyers player and scout Ilka Sinisalo, who died yesterday.

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

Odubel Herrera alert: Probably not a great idea to be stealing down 2-0 with Tommy Joseph at the plate in the ninth inning. He was initially called out but it was reversed on appeal.

I Don’t Get It: The baseball season goes on hold today. The next 4 days are devoted to the Masters.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Cameron Hazlett and Joe Yannuzzi. The two young firefighters were honored this week.

Quote Box: “One of the things they taught us at Chester Made was to build relationships.”

- Bonita Taylor, on the community push to clean up Sun Village Park in Chester.