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 be a dominant right-handed hitting ballclub next year.”
“I’ve got some players in mind that I haven’t acquired yet. Hopefully I’ll work some deals to bring them here.”
“I’ve got three jobs I told the guys I talked to today:
* One is to win,
* two is to get players signed to an affiliate
* and No. 3 is to have a good reserve, when I lose players I need to have players I can put in.”


“I’m glad I came here to see (the team) now, even though I had a rough five or six weeks. Really we’ve played decent … we’ve played close to .500. But it’s been a real battle.”
“I probably brought in about 10 guys (this season), but I had to do it because I wanted to see them. These guys had good years, but I wanted to see if they could play in this league.”
“I want to bring 18 pitchers to spring training and keep 12.”

About Jim Seip

Jim Seip wore a cookie monster costume to help close out the Spectrum on Oct. 31, 2009.
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