Monthly Archives: June 2007

‘Fish rally past Revs

A victory for the York Revolution looked promising after Nate Espy crushed a three-run homer in the third inning. But that’s when Bridgeport Bluefish starter Matt Beech turned it on. The former Phillies pitcher retired 13 of the next 14 … Continue reading

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The turning point, err, maybe

The mood at Sovereign Bank Stadium Saturday night was different from any other game at the only half-finished, yet somewhat functional baseball stadium in York. The game really gave hope to those folks who looked at the dropping attendance after … Continue reading

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Bautista in Camden

The Revs keep pulling trades. This one went down last night but wasn’t official until today. The Revs traded the rights to disgruntled and missing outfielder Danny Bautista to the Camden Riversharks for the rights to Justin Singleton. Bautista could … Continue reading

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Finishing off the deal

The Revolution completed a three-way trade late Wednesday night, acquiring the rights to right-handed pitcher Scott Sobkowiak from Lancaster. Sobkowiak was notified of the deal after the Revs defeated the Barnstormers. Earlier in the day the Revs sent infielder Victor … Continue reading

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Old players out, new guys … coming

Clipper Magazine Stadium is a busy place this afternoon. Players are jumping ship from the South Division cellar-dwelling York and Lancaster franchises. And both teams are making moves to attempt a second-half push. The biggest news involves York sending INF … Continue reading

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Learning on the fly

Left fielder Kazu Tanaka is already one of the fan favorites at Sovereign Bank Stadium. The little guy has been navagating through the Atlantic League without the help of a translator. He speaks broken English, but has improved since his … Continue reading

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Ouch!

Among the unfinished features at Sovereign Bank Stadium, the outfield walls are downright scary for outfielders. The monster left field wall is plywood reinforced with steel. And the power alleys in left-center and right-center are poured concrete — with no … Continue reading

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Big loss for Newark

Newark shortstop Ramon Castro fell to the ground in the first inning of Friday night’s game. Bears manager Wayne Krenchicki expects to hear the final prognosis of Castro’s injury next week, but he isn’t optimistic about a return. “I’d be … Continue reading

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Revs win second straight

June 14 Revs 13, Patriots 6 The Revolution will roll into town on a winning streak. The Revs rallied from a five-run deficit to score a 13-6 victory against the Somerset Patriots at Commerce Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J. The … Continue reading

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Former Revs update

Thanks to the Revs’ wacky schedule, most local fans never got a chance to see three of York’s best players. That’s what happens when a stadium doesn’t open until the 36th game of the season. And don’t look now but … Continue reading

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