Monthly Archives: June 2008

Revs trade Von Schell, Kotch

The Revolution traded two players Wednesday. Here’s a look at the moves. While the team didn’t receive any players in return, the moves opened some roster spots. Revs head of baseball operations Adam Gladstone has reworked the lineup since its … Continue reading

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Aspito bound to be suspended

Revolution outfielder Jason Aspito can expect to be suspended by the Atlantic League after deliberately making contact with first base umpire Matt Beaver during an eighth-inning confrontation. York trailed Bridgeport 2-1 in the eighth with a runner on first when … Continue reading

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Time for Ortiz to get the boot

Players and managers in the league are held accountable for their actions. Umpires need to be held accountable as well. The Atlantic League’s Edwin Ortiz needs to be suspended. His act is getting old. After ejecting Somerset pitching coach Kevin … Continue reading

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Revs bring back Castillo

Former major leaguer Frank Castillo has returned to York and could pitch as soon as this weekend in a three-game series in Lancaster according to York manager Chris Hoiles. “We’ve heard nothing but good things,” Hoiles said about Castillo’s offseason … Continue reading

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Franklin headed to Mexico

Left-handed starter Wayne Franklin never looked like the stopper York needed him to be. And in a repeat of last season, he left the team before Thursday’s game to join Tijuana of the Mexican League. Tijuana started the day 1.5 … Continue reading

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Afraid of hearing boos?

Former Orioles outfielder Jay Gibbons will join the Atlantic League later this month, but he turned down offers to play in York … in part because he wanted to avoid the Orioles fan base. He has heard about away games, … Continue reading

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Skybox seats available

Even without a corporate connection, Revolution fans can make the move to the skybox level thanks to a new promotion by the York Revolution. The Harp & Fiddle, the Irish pub located on George Street, will cater a buffet and … Continue reading

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Gibbons set to join Atlantic League

The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Jay Gibbons will play in the Atlantic League this month. Gibbons told Sun reporter Dan Connolly that he chose to play with a team that was not located inside the Orioles fan base. “I … Continue reading

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Robinson to accept award in York

Brooks Robinson will return to Sovereign Bank Stadium Tuesday, July 1 to accept the third baseman award for the Rawlings All-Time Gold Glove Team. He will be honored on the field before the Revolution’s game against the Newark Bears, and … Continue reading

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Rising attendance at Sovereign Bank Stadium

This story in this morning’s York Daily Record takes a look at rising York Revolution attendance and overall attendance around the league.

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