Monthly Archives: April 2009

Revs all a Twitter

If fans want the latest take on the York Revolution, they don’t need to go to the ballpark anymore. The Revolution front office first posted news of the arrival of shortstop Danny Sandoval on Twitter. It’s the first big news … Continue reading

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Sandoval in York for home opener

Former major league shortstop Danny Sandoval is expected to arrive in York Wednesday, and he will join the Revolution — at the earliest — Friday for the home opener against the Lancaster Barnstormers. The Revolution have a maximum 27 players … Continue reading

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Notes from around the league

York left-hander Daryl Harang told WSBA 910-AM broadcaster Darrell Henry during the pregame show that he talked to his older brother Aaron Harang after the two notched victories on Thursday. Harang (pictured above with York pitching coach Tippy Martinez) worked … Continue reading

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Gallagher’s experiment

Author Todd Gallagher responded to several questions about the Revolution’s experiment with Dave Flood (pictured above) this spring. He admits the experiment turned into more of a publicity stunt than he wanted. And he explained how the experiment failed to … Continue reading

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Change of pace: Revs win opener

The York Revolution finally have a winner from Day 1. After suffering through slow starts during the franchise’s first two seasons, York recorded the first season-opening victory in franchise history and accomplished the feat in record fashion Thursday. The Revs … Continue reading

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Revs lineup set

The Revolution will start the season with 26 players on the active roster. Non-roster invites Keoni DeRenne (INF), Brian Holliday (LHP) and Colin Roberson (OF/1B) will start the season on the active roster. Former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Josh Sharpless (RHP) … Continue reading

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Herr stars, ‘Stormers top Revs

Aaron Herr (pictured above in camp with Cleveland in 2008) homered, doubled and drove in three runs in Lancaster’s 9-7 victory against York at Clipper Magazine Stadium Sunday. The good news: York is scoring runs. More good news: York isn’t … Continue reading

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Huge preseason crowd watches Revs roll

The York Revolution dispelled the notion that a team of amateurs could match the pros. The Revs defeated the Central and Susquehanna League All-Stars 18-1 at Sovereign Bank Stadium Saturday. An announced crowd of 5,026 watched the game. Daily Record/Sunday … Continue reading

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Under Armour changes York’s look

Under Armour, the Baltimore-based apparel company, will be the official uniform provider for the York Revolution this season. The Revolution will be the first professional baseball team to wear UA uniforms. The decision to leave Rawlings means the Revolution will … Continue reading

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