Monthly Archives: May 2008

Revs shake up roster — again

The Revolution placed left-handed reliever Reid Price on the inactive list before Wednesday’s game. York signed corner outfielder/first baseman/catcher Chris Ashby to fill its 25-man roster. Ashby, 33, suited up for York Wednesday and batted sixth. A .265 career hitter … Continue reading

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Chips start to fall

After playing the entire first half below expectations, the York Revolution pulled off a trade — sending defensive standout Travis Ezi to the Bridgeport Bluefish in exchange for infielder Jake Daubert.

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Pitching staff troubles

The days of thinking the York Revolution could rely on a solid pitching staff are over. Landon Jacobsen left the team without throwing a pitch in the regular season. Pete Munro hasn’t reached the mound either. Both have injured arms. … Continue reading

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Veres set to return

Former Cardinals and Rockies closer Dave Veres will return to the York Revolution Friday and hopes to pitch that night against Camden at Sovereign Bank Stadium. That is if the York Revolution still have a roster spot open for him. … Continue reading

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Veres leaves the team

Relief pitcher Dave Veres left the York Revolution and returned to his home state of Colorado to be examined by a doctor. WSBA-AM (910) radio play-by-play announcer Darrell Henry informed listeners before Monday’s game that Veres will have his hip … Continue reading

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Munro showing signs of improvement

Right-hander Pete Munro still hopes to pitch for the Revolution this season. Hampered by a sharp pinching pain in the back of his shoulder when he threw, Munro was examined by team doctors earlier this month. Doctors believe the pain … Continue reading

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Dave Gil returns to York

The York Revolution re-signed a familiar name Friday, welcoming back right-handed starter Dave Gil. Gil had an injury-plagued season with York last year, but looked impressive in his few starts. Gil may have been York’s best starter last season, but … Continue reading

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