Monthly Archives: June 2009

York, Military All-Stars set for showdown

The U.S. Military All-Stars will play against the Central and Susquehanna leagues All-Stars at 7 p.m. Friday at Sovereign Bank Stadium. Northern grad Jody Roof is scheduled to play for the U.S. Military All-Stars. Roof played against several local players … Continue reading

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House of Collaro

Prepared to market the Beard Power of Revolution designated hitter Tom Collaro (pictured at right). Sovereign Bank Stadium’s First Cap Team Store expects to sell fans No. 25 Collaro T-shirts and adhesive goatees. Revs general manager Matt O’Brien hopes to … Continue reading

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A win to build on?

Thanks to assists from all three outfielders, the Revs’ 6-5 win over Somerset on Sunday could be one to keep the team rolling. With York leading 4-0, the Patriots loaded the bases and no outs against Corey Thurman. However, rightfielder … Continue reading

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Perfect night for baseball

Despite the 4-2 loss to Somerset, Saturday evening was a perfect night for baseball, experienced by 4,903 fans at Sovereign Bank Stadium. A beautiful evening gave way to a pleasant night, ideal for both baseball and the postgame fireworks display. … Continue reading

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Rose hits in debut

P.J. Rose, the son of Major League Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose, went 2-for-4 in his first game with the Revs before John Purdom took over at first base in the eighth inning. Rose (pictured above) drilled a bad-hop … Continue reading

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Rose ready to bust his tail for the Revs

Blogger’s note: The following is a version of a story scheduled to appear in the York Daily Record in the coming days. Rose batted third in York’s lineup Saturday against Somerset. P.J. Rose (pictured above right) left the Newark Bears … Continue reading

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Why all the negativity?

Thanks again for the reader responses on the blog. If you ever need to ask me a question shoot me an e-mail at jseip@ydr.com or post on the blog — it’s anonymous, and I have tough — sun-damaged — skin. … Continue reading

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Magrane misses record, pulled after 3 2/3

Somerset pitcher Jim Magrane failed to win his ninth straight start — pulled by Patriots manager Sparky Lyle after allowing 10 hits and seven runs in 3 2/3 innings. Magrane would have tied a team record for most consecutive victories … Continue reading

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Rose acquisition: Love it or hate it?

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What would you do??

With the Revs in the process of wrapping up a terrible first half, we want the fans to have a say. Feel free to answer the following questions: To make York a better team, what would you do if you … Continue reading

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