The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, April 19

The Daily Numbers: 2 alarm fire that raged through warehouse in Chester Tuesday night.

2 alarm fire that hit vacant house in Lower Chi last night.

59 million lawsuit slapped on Monroe Energy by BP amid oil woes at Trainer refinery.

3rd DUI charge nets a house arrest sentence for Lansdowne councilman.

10 homicide in the county so far this year. All 10 have been recorded in Chester.

9 of them a result of gun violence.

4 new members added to the Catholic school hall of fame.

29 of April date for Loyalty Day in Springfield.

22 of April is Delaware County Community Day.

88, age of Dorrance ‘Dodo’ Hamilton, Main Line philanthropist and heiress to the Campbell Soup fortune. She died this week.

0 wins for the Union so far this year. GM Earnie Stewart says he’s not considering a shakeup.

6-2 win for Phils over the Mets in 10 innings.

4 runs scored in the 10th to propel Phils to win.

2 runs for Mets in 1st inning, nothing after that.

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

Here we go again. Freddy Galvis may have cost the Phillies a chance to beat the Mets in regulation last night when he failed to run out a popup that drifted into fair territory. He was on first instead of second, and failed to score on a double later in the inning.

I Don’t Get It: Donte Island isn’t going anywhere. A Delco judge has rejected his request to move his trial for shooting Officer Chris Dorman.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the gang from ‘Delco Proper.’ Looks like the comedy set in Delco may be picked up by Comedy Central.

Quote Box: “The atmosphere in Delaware County, your honor, is so toxic that this defendant cannot get a fair trial on his side of the state and that is why we’re trying to move it.”

- Attorney for suspected cop shooter Donte Island, charged with shooting Officer Dorman.