A look at the 2017 Phillies, by the numbers:
0: Members of the 2008 championship team on the Opening Day roster.
1: Cesar Hernandez's spot in the batting order.
1.14: The WHIP of Jerad Eickhoff in his first two seasons, second lowest by any Phillie since 1901.
2: The number of 2016 All-Stars – Odubel Herrera and Michael Saunders - who will be in the starting outfield.
3: The number of years that Cameron Rupp's father once pitched in the Montreal Expos system.
4: The number of projected Phillies starters who hit at least 20 home runs last season – Maikel Franco, Michael Saunders, Tommy Joseph and Freddy Galvis.
5: Positions (first, second, third, short, left) played by Andres Blanco last year.
6: Saves blown in 2016 by Jeanmar Gomez.
7: Countries represented by major and minor league Phillies in the World Baseball Classic.
8: Seasons since the last Phillies world championship.
9: Times in his 11-year career that Howie Kendrick has hit .285 or better.
10: Seasons since MVP Jimmy Rollins called the 2007 Phillies the “team to beat.”
11: Consecutive appearances by Joely Rodriguez last season in Reading without allowing an earned run.
13: Times Hernandez was caught stealing last season in 30 attempts.
14: Wins in April for the 2016 team, against 10 losses.
16: Strikeouts by Vince Velasquez of San Diego Padres last April 14.
18: Games for the Phillies played by Pete Mackanin in 1978 and 1979.
20: More games lost than won by the 71-91 2016 team.
23.0: Consecutive scoreless innings thrown by Aaron Nola from April 22 through May 8 last season.
33: The 2011 round Brock Stassi, who won a spot on the Opening Day roster, was drafted in.
37: Saves from Gomez in 2016.
39: Joaquin Benoit's age.
46: The uniform number of the late Dallas Green, the Phillies wearing a patch this season in his memory.
102: Strikeouts by Hector Neris last season, second most by a reliever in Phillies history. Dick Selma had 153 in 1970
155: The number of games started by Herrera in center last season, most in the National League.
.194: The batting average that Pat Neshek held opponents to last season in Houston.
230: Reporting weight at spring training for bulked-up Edubray Ramos.
.306: Maikel Franco's batting average over the final 26 games of last season.
333: The pick in the 2004 draft that the Mariners spent on Michael Saunders.
382: The career home runs gone with the buy-out of Ryan Howard.
.500: The modest goal for the record, at least early in the season, set by Mackanin.
.944: OPS of revived Aaron Altherr in spring training.
.987: Freddy Galvis' fielding percentage last season, tops among National League shortstops.
9,208: Total victories in Phillies history.
10,317: Total losses in Phillies history.
23,643: The Phillies' disappointing average home attendance last season, 24th best in baseball.
17,200,000: The dollars Jeremy Hellickson accepted for one year as a qualifying offer, rejecting free agency.