Monthly Archives: January 2010

Walker: An interesting player to watch

No doubt all those fans in Revs land knew infielder Liu Rodriguez could play. They probably remember Jose Herrera from his time spent with Krenchicki’s wall-clearing Newark Bears club in 2007. But the name that didn’t ring a bell may … Continue reading

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One reason to like Herrera

So why exactly did the Revs trade away Daryl Harang? The most consistent starter for the Revs, Harang (pictured at left) posted career-highs in innings and strikeouts. He’s good. The trouble was York didn’t have an offense last season, last … Continue reading

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Etchebarren issues a statement

Revs manager Andy Etchebarren‘s wife Vicky died earlier this week. His wife had been battling a long illness, and the manager wanted to keep the matter private. The Revs manager, however, issued a statement Friday.

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Former Can-Am POY signs with Revs

Expect some shakeups in the roster this season. Not all of the signings will be familiar names. The Revs signed outfielder Scott Grimes, 26, who has never played in the Atlantic League. Grimes spent last season in the Mets organization, … Continue reading

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First signings: Revs name Keoni captain

The Revs made a shift in philosophy. Wanting to go younger in the type of players they sought this season, the club named Keoni DeRenne, 30, the franchise’s first captain — bringing back the Hawaii native for a fourth season … Continue reading

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Could the Revs really be serious?

For all the diehard fans, rest easy. The team has no plans to bring another little person to spring training. (At least not that we know of.) But they do have a radical plan for 2011. The Revs want to … Continue reading

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‘Gregarious’ and ‘Joe Ticket’ leaving Revs

The Revs will replace two visible members of their front office staff. Sometime on-field announcer “Gregarious” (aka Greg Vojtanek) and the team’s always trustworthy “Joe Ticket” (aka Joe Charles) are leaving the team. Charles was the director of ticketing, often … Continue reading

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Offerman throws punch — at an ump

Last seen in the Atlantic League swinging a bat after charging the mound, Jose Offerman has returned to the news in another confrontation on the field. This time the former major league All-Star threw a punch at an umpire during … Continue reading

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Revs updates now on Twitter

I’ve started using Twitter. I know, I know, I’m shocked as well. But we’re trying to move into the 21st century. Check out the latest sports news at http://twitter.com/JimSeip. Check in for quick blurbs on the latest news involving the … Continue reading

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Harang traded for Herrera

The Revs have traded one of their own front office employees. York traded the rights to left-handed pitcher Daryl Harang (pictured above) to Long Island in exchange for the rights to outfielder/designated hitter Jose Herrera. Harang was one of the … Continue reading

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