Monthly Archives: September 2009

Who will be back?

Here’s a quick glance at some of the players who may or may not return to York next season. Josh Arhart, C “(Etchebarren and I) talked a little bit,” Arhart said about a possible return. “That’s something I’m interested in, … Continue reading

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Building for next year

How does Revs manager Andy Etchebarren expect to build a winner in York next season? He has a few thoughts on the subject: “I’m going to try to build the ballclub next year to this ball park. It’s going to … Continue reading

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McDonald talks hunting, baseball

A former No. 1 overall draft pick, Ben McDonald is prepared to attend a bow hunting trip organized by former Revs manager Chris Hoiles. The following story appeared in the Daily Record/Sunday News. The two men have been good friends … Continue reading

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Hoiles, Gladstone announce plans

Blogger’s note: Portions of the following story will appear in the Thursday edition of the York Daily Record/Sunday News. Chris Hoiles and Adam Gladstone ended their affiliation with the York Revolution in August. Hoiles resigned and days later the ownership … Continue reading

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Etch: Hedrick an option for Revs next season

York manager Andy Etchebarren hasn’t ruled out bringing back Dover graduate Shawn Hedrick next season as a spot starter. But it’s unlikely, Etchebarren said, that he would bring him on as a full-time player. “I certainly can’t pay him enough … Continue reading

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Rose, Britton released

York manager Andy Etchebarren released former major leaguers P.J. Rose and Chris Britton Monday. Still bothered by the move, hours later, Etchebarren refused to comment about the specifics surrounding the moves. “Today was a tough day with the moves we … Continue reading

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Thurman slated for return

Here’s some good news for York baseball fans: Corey Thurman is scheduled to return to the mound Friday. Manager Andy Etchebarren has named him the starter Friday against Lancaster. The former Blue Jays reliever has not pitched since July 8, … Continue reading

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Revs approach season finale

We take a look at the final days of the 2009 season. The Revs take a look at some of the new players on the roster, and fans earn a glimpse at what the 2010 season could offer. Powered by … Continue reading

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New outfielder helps replace K.J.

The York Revolution acquired Aharon Eggleston, a left-handed hitting outfielder. After leaving Southern Arkansas University he’s spent the last five seasons in the Northern League. He batted .318 in 90 games with Kansas City this season. According to two different … Continue reading

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Revolving door to Revs clubhouse

Mistake No. 1: I bought a house during baseball season. Mistake No. 2: Took a couple days off to move — during what should have been a meaningless roadtrip to Newark. Result: Scanning the roster, a few new names showed … Continue reading

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