Monthly Archives: July 2009

Ugh, Revs swept in Bridgeport Podcast

Jim and Steve discuss the latest struggles of the York Revolution Powered by Podbean.com

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Thurman plans comeback

Corey Thurman noticed a dull ache in the palm of his right hand before he pitched July 3. He didn’t want to alarm anyone. He wanted to play through the pain. He respects that trait in other players, so he … Continue reading

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Revs score new infielder

The Revolution purchased the contract for Southern Maryland infielder Jermy Acey, 28. To make room for Acey on the roster, the Revs released Anthony Manuel. York has also traded backup catcher/infielder John Purdom to the Camden Riversharks for future considerations. … Continue reading

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Von Hayes steps down in Lancaster

File this one with the rest of the managerial moves this season: It was only a matter of time. Lancaster Barnstormers manager Von Hayes stepped down after Thursday’s game. The team made it official this afternoon. The franchise’s first skipper, … Continue reading

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Who owns the Revs?

This guy. Southern Maryland outfielder Jeremy Owens blasted a grand slam to complete a seventh-inning rally in the Blue Crabs’ 8-5 victory against York. Owens has clubbed eight homers in 17 games against the Revs and five in his last … Continue reading

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More bad news?

Closer Franklin Nunez pitched (3 IP, 1 H) for the Newark Bears Wednesday night. He’s the second former Revs player to end up in Newark after having conversations, or working through a third party, about a return to York. Center … Continue reading

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Revs Podcast

Jim and Steve ask what happened to the York Revolution that started the second half of the season 4-0. After an awful first half, the Revs came out blazing in the second half until ….. Powered by Podbean.com UPDATE: With … Continue reading

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Ka’aihue activated

The Revs placed backup infielder/catcher John Purdom on the inactive list, paving the way for newly acquired first baseman Kala Ka’aihue to be activated. The Revs now have 25 active players, and Purdom (inactive) and RHP Tim Harikkala (disabled list, … Continue reading

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Loudon County stadium passes one obstacle

Blogger’s note: Portions of the following article appeared at inyork.com and the Daily Record/Sunday News. For once, the expansion of the Atlantic League doesn’t appear clouded with questions about its current stable of teams. Asked if all eight teams are … Continue reading

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New player could bring power

Former Braves prospect and Hawaiian native Isaiah “Kala” Ka’aihue joined the Revs in Waldorf, Md., Tuesday. Ka’aihue has not been activated, and the Revs now have a maximum 25 players on the roster. So a roster move will have to … Continue reading

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