Monthly Archives: April 2008

Pitching staff still in doubt

First the good news, right-handed starter Aaron Myette looks like he’s on his way back to a major league organization. After sitting out the last two seasons with nerve damage in his pitching arm, Myette threw 6 1/3 shut out … Continue reading

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Revs go big

The Revs’ slogan this season is “Go Big or Go Home”, in reference to the size in the middle of York’s lineup. The team even has those words written in Japanese on the left field wall, in salute to import … Continue reading

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Buying some time

York will start Aaron Rakers for Sunday’s game. Expected to be a reliever, Rakers might sound like an odd choice to start the third game of the season. But York has some pitching concerns. Starter Wayne Franklin felt good in … Continue reading

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Opening night lineup cards

York Revolution CF Travis Ezi SS Keoni DeRenne RF Matt Esquivel 1B Matt Padgett DH Matt Dryer LF Jason Aspito 3B Kenny Perez C Luis Taveras 2B Enrique Cruz Camden Riversharks CF Nic Jackson LF Mike Vento 3B Brett Bonvechio … Continue reading

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Opening series

PITCHING MATCHUPS Tonight: York RHP Aaron Myette vs. Camden LHP Kevin Walker Saturday: York RHP Corey Thurman vs. Camden RHP Chris Young Sunday: York RHP Aaron Rakers vs. Camden RHP Darren Sack A little tweak to the starting rotation. Reliever … Continue reading

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Revs trim roster to 24

The York Revolution released right-handed reliever Dan Foli Wednesday. “For all intents and purposes, we will practice with 24 guys today,” Revolution Director of Baseball Operations Adam Gladstone said. Gladstone hinted that he could be working on a deal to … Continue reading

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Myette set to pitch in opener

Barring a setback, right-hander Aaron Myette will start opening night against Camden. Pitching coach Tippy Martinez liked what he saw from Myette Sunday. The former White Sox first-round draft pick threw 51 pitches and didn’t allow a hit against Long … Continue reading

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Sunday standouts

LAKELAND, Fla. — After playing in three slugfests, York rested Sunday. Well, not really, but the big hits were held to a minimum in a 4-2 loss to Long Island. Kenny Perez slugged his second homer of spring, a two-run … Continue reading

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I dark, sad day for York

LAKELAND, Fla. — Don’t print those playoff tickets after all. We kid, we kid. The York Revolution dropped their first spring scrimmage in franchise history Sunday, losing 4-2 to the Long Island Ducks at Charlie Gehringer Field in Tiger Town. … Continue reading

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Von Schell joins York

LAKELAND, Fla. – Tyler Von Schell decided to join York after all. Von Schell was signed in the offseason, and was expected to be a middle-of-the-order slugger for York. But the former Giants prospect called team officials early in the … Continue reading

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