I understad what you mean, I would just like to advise that there should be a way to figure out which words should be numbers, and which numbers should be words. (for example: if the word "six" in an infobox describing power, health, or cost; it should be shown as "6")
Can you stop transferring the commas outside of the quotation marks? Quoting the Manual of Style...
To comply with the American English style, commas and periods should go inside quotation marks, unless for certain cases where another punctuation is already inside the quotation marks. This does not apply on strategy pages.
I apologize if this gave you discomfort, I thought the comas were supposed to be outside the quotation marks and was only trying to fix what I thought was incorrect. Also, if the comas do go inside the quotation marks with italicizes words, you shouldn't make sure that the comas aren't italicized (does the American English style say anything about that?).