The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, May 24

The Daily Numbers: 600 gallons of bentonite that spilled into Chester Creek during work on the Mariner East 2 pipeline project.

2 dozen people who showed up at Brookhaven council

3 separate spills that occurred in town.

190,000 square foot shopping center that could add to traffic woes at intersection of Routes 202 and 1.

1,000 parking spots in the plans.

150,000 dollar boost for Lansdowne Theatre in grant from Presser Foundation.

283-278 edge for Helen Thomas over Paula Brown in Dem race for Darby mayor. Brown says she will run in November on GOP ballot.

31 percent cut for EPA in President Trump’s budget plan.

15,416 employees would be chopped to 11,611.

3,800 jobs on the block.

89, age of Roger Moore, star of James Bond films, who died Tuesday.

48, age of NFL Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy, who was found dead.

4 Eagles who did not show up for OTAs, the biggest of which would be Fletcher Cox.

8-2 loss for the Phils to the Rockies.

11 losses in last 13 for the Phils.

17,109 who showed up at Citizens Bank Park last night.

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

Fletcher Cox basically showed up Doug Pederson by taking a powder on these “voluntary” workouts. He was MIA last year as well while he waited for a new deal. He got it, and still did not show up.

I Don’t Get It: Fletcher Cox. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to those who sat down at SCI-Chester yesterday as part of the “On the Table” series, looking to discuss possible solutions to our problems.

Quote Box: “I apologize for not contacting you immediately. It’s our mistake.”

- Sunoco Logistics official Jeff Shields, to Brookhaven officials and residents.