Monthly Archives: September 2007

So, you didn’t attack a guy with a bat?

Are you sure about that plea, Jose? BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Former major league All-Star Jose Offerman pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he attacked a pitcher and catcher with his bat during a minor league game. Offerman is scheduled back … Continue reading

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Predictions, crazy predictions

The Atlantic League playoffs start Tuesday. I can’t believe it. It seems like yesterday when I boarded a plane for Tampa, headed for the York Revolution’s first spring training. OK that’s a lie. They played 126 games, and I swear … Continue reading

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Mayor Brenner discusses Revs’ impact

Exceprts from an interview done by Daily Record/Sunday News reporter Angie Mason…. Mayor John Brenner said many weren’t sure how to expect the York Revolution’s first season to go, particularly since so much work still had to be done on … Continue reading

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Hoiles plans to return

York Revolution manager Chris Hoiles signed a one-year contract prior to Tuesday’s game and expects to return to the York bench. The rest of the coaching staff will negotiate with the team at a latter date according to Revs GM … Continue reading

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It’s wet, but Revs plan to play tonight

York Revolution officials said at 2:50 p.m. today that tonight’s home game against the Bridgeport Bluefish is still on, despite weather concerns. The game at Sovereign Bank Stadium is scheduled to being at 7:05 p.m. The forecast is calling for … Continue reading

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Second place: No longer a lock

The Barnstormers have inched their way up in the Atlantic League South standings, and in somewhat of a surprise move re-acquired outfielder Quincy Foster for the final week and a half of the season. But Lancaster also could have lost … Continue reading

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Revs Get Roster Boost

By JEFF DEWEES After a flurry of injuries, affiliated signings and one high-profile release, a depleted York Revolution roster got some much-needed help on Tuesday. The Revs signed first baseman/designated hitter Kelly Hunt and left-handed relief pitcher Zach Cline. Both … Continue reading

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More bad news

The Revs have lost outfielder Jason Aspito for at least a few games, and possibly the remainder of the season. Aspito broke a bone in his left wrist after being hit by a pitch during York’s 6-5 loss to Somerset … Continue reading

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Revs lose another pitcher

For the second time this week, a major league organization has plucked a reliever from the York Revolution’s pitching staff. The Boston Red Sox purchased the contract of right-handed reliever Jeff Farnsworth before Saturday’s game, assigning the former major leaguer … Continue reading

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League ejects ump

After tossing three members of the York Revolution during a two-game stretch earlier this week, umpire Daniel Blanton won’t return to Sovereign Bank Stadium. At least not this year. Blanton and the other two members of his officiating crew were … Continue reading

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