Monthly Archives: March 2008

Two signings, and some serious questions

The Revolution signed outfielder/first baseman Matt Padgett and infielder Jose Enrique Cruz Friday. And while Padgett has enjoyed a more accomplished career than Cruz, he also has a somewhat checkered past. Starting in 2002, Padgett posted four straight seasons with … Continue reading

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Bad news for Redman, Moore

The Baltimore Orioles may not be looking for a player to replace Jay Gibbons’ spot on the roster. Gibbons’ 15-day suspension could be lifted as part of an agreement between owners and the union according to the Associated Press. That’s … Continue reading

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It’s about time

The York Revolution finally announced Wednesday they would bring back Jason Olson, one of York’s most consistent relievers in 2007. Olson (6-5, 4.03 ERA) was one of five players (Luis Cotto, Matt Dryer, Nate Espy and Chris Steinborn) to remain … Continue reading

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Former Revs pitcher moving on

One of York’s late-season acquisitions has decided to move on. Pitcher Zach Cline has signed with the Lincoln Saltdogs of the American Association. The move makes sense for Cline, 24, who struggled (15.75 ERA) in three appearances with the Revs … Continue reading

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New technical term?

The blog “Can’t Stop the Bleeding” has offered some new baseball terminology. Boston manager Terry Francona reported Sean Casey would miss the Tokyo games, calling it a case of “Southern League Neck” — or a sore neck caused by long … Continue reading

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Hey, doesn’t York get first dibs?

Apparently York doesn’t own a monopoly on former Orioles. And judging from Baltimore’s accomplishments during the last 10 years — that might be a good thing. The Lancaster Barnstormers announced the signing of former Orioles reliever Sendy Rleal. The move … Continue reading

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Cotto among players on the move

Luis Cotto won’t return to the York Revolution in 2008. One of the hardest working players on York’s inaugural team, Cotto is one of several Atlantic League players to sign with the Edmonton Cracker-Cats of the Northern League. Newark’s Marcus … Continue reading

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Redman in tough spot

Tike Reman could be down in Norfolk looking up at the Orioles’ big league club shaking his head once again. Redman impressed the O’s after an August call-up in 2007 when he batted .318 with seven stolen bases in 40 … Continue reading

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Revs offer hitting lessons

Two of the Revs big hitters from last season will arrive in York earlier than expected. Outfielder Jason Aspito and infielder Matt Dryer will conduct hitting lessons for boys and girls ages 7 and up starting March 25. Lessons will … Continue reading

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Top prospects

The York Revolution will have to replace some of its top talent this season, and that will be a big problem. The question remains, how long will it take before York loses its first player? Last year, Tike Redman didn’t … Continue reading

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