The Daily Numbers for Monday, May 1

The Daily Numbers: 1, as in May 1. May Day! May Day!

6,000 people who took to the streets of Eddystone Saturday to bring awareness to the crushing issue of heroin and opioid abuse in the county.

100 days for President Trump. He celebrated with a rally in Harrisburg; opponents rallied outside and also at Media Courthouse.

2 fallen Delaware County law enforcement officers honored at Blue Mass at St. Mary Magdalen yesterday.

27 minutes, how long the kids at Grace Park Elementary School in Ridley walked around the school perimeter to honor Ridley native Nick Colleluori and help his HEADStrong Foundation.

3 races for magisterial district judge races on the spring primary ballot in Delco.

1 place in Swarthmore where you can buy an alcoholic drink. That could change if referendum on primary ballot gets the OK.

670,000 they are spending on new athletic field in Marple Newtown.

0 goals for the Union in a 0-0 draw with the L.A. Galaxy.

5-3 loss for the Phillies to the Dodgers as they get swept in L.A.

6 for 6 for the Nats’ Anthony Rendon vs. Mets yesterday.

3 HRs and 10 RBI for the third baseman

23-5 pasting of the Mets by the Nats.

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

Odubel Herrera failed to run out a dribbler yesterday in Phillies loss to Dodgers. He hit a home run in his next at-bat, complete with bat flip. These guys are going to drive me crazy.

I Don’t Get It: Does Donald Trump realize he’s no longer a candidate. He won. He’s the president. Act like it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to James Sharkey and the boxing program that is bringing life back to Eastside Rec in Chester. It is giving kids a fighting chance.

Quote Box: “People like Sharkey kept us out of trouble. They were teaching us skill and competition.”

- Chester Police Chief James Nolan IV, on his time at the gym.