Phillies Notch 100th Win

Plus: Philly's 20-somethings struggle to land jobs, Vince Fumo is depressed, the FBI might investigate PPD's gun unit, and more of what the city is talking about today

Phillies Notch Win Number 100. Last night, Cliff Lee and the Phillies picked up their 100th win as a team when they topped the Braves 4-2. It’s the third time in team history—and first time since 1977—that they’ve posted 100 wins. Also, the Astros had a comeback victory that kept the Braves’ lead for the NL Wildcard to one game. [The 700 Level]

Half of Philly 20-Somethings Are Unemployed. New statistics show that 50 percent of 20-somethings in the Philadelphia area are jobless. Experts chalk that up to tough economic times, a sense of entitlement and the “hidden” job market. Yeah, because the thought of earning a livable salary at a steady job after spending four years and $100,000 on a college education is definitely “entitlement.” [CBS 3]

Vince Fumo’s Lawyer Says He’s Depressed. His lawyer says that he’s put on weight, grown a beard and is depressed. The Scoop isn’t a psychologist, but the man was convicted of 137 charges and recently had his softball sentence thrown out and might do 15 years—is he supposed to be doing back-flips and thinking life is all gumdrops and unicorns? [Inquirer]

The FBI Might Investigate PPD’s Gun Unit. An officer in Philly’s Firearms Identification Unit allegedly stole pieces of an automatic weapon from the unit. Then, his superiors allegedly covered it up. Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey shuffled everyone around following the incident, but it appears that the transfers weren’t enough to satisfy the FBI, which may begin investigating the incident and the FIU. [Daily News]

Pennsylvania State Democrats Announce Plans for 80,000 Jobs. Yesterday, the Democrats in the State Senate revealed “Pa. Works Now”—a plan that is supposed to create 80,000 jobs in Pennsylvania and relies heavily on natural gas drilling and “creative resource management.” [69 WFMZ]

Governor Christie Withdraws Jersey Shore Tax Break. Looks like the people of New Jersey won’t be helping to pay for Snooki and Co.’s season one GTL-ing after all. [FOX 29]

State Legislators Look to Tighten Regulations at Abortion Clinics. Both the House and the Senate in Pennsylvania seem to tout bipartisan support of a bill that would stiffen regulations for clinics that perform abortions. [WHYY]