Monthly Archives: February 2010

Keoni DeRenne fine in Hawaii

Keoni DeRenne, second baseman for the York Revolution, is at his home in Honolulu, watching the news and going about his “normal routine of business,” he said. “As far as damage goes, I may or may not see something,” he … Continue reading

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Revs sign a pair of pitchers

The Revs added two pitchers to their roster, signing former big leaguer Jesus Sanchez (pictured above) and reliever Eddie Pena. The York Daily Record story for Saturday’s edition can be found here.

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Harang joins big brother, Reds

Former Revs starting pitcher Daryl Harang (pictured at right) earned an invitation to spring training with the Cincinnati Reds organization. Harang entered 2009 with only one career pro start, but he turned into a reliable starter for York. Harang’s older … Continue reading

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Who’s in charge?

I’ve heard it from former players. I’ve heard it from fans. I’ve heard it from former Revs employees. More than one person believes Southern Maryland manager Butch Hobson (pictured above) is building York’s team. They don’t have real proof, but … Continue reading

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Revs’ Walker headed to Astros camp

The Revs may have lost one of their relief pitchers. LHP Edwin Walker has earned an invitation to spring training with the Houston Astros, according to Baseball America. We reviewed the up-side to Walker here. Walker could still report to … Continue reading

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One player’s view on the Hobson Way

It’s clear after talking to outfielder Matt Esquivel that he doesn’t like the way the Revolution handled business this offseason. For one, he’s angered with personnel decisions involving his former teammates. But he also didn’t care for the Revs decision … Continue reading

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Esquivel disappointed after being released

Here’s the article on Matt Esquivel‘s release for Saturday’s York Daily Record. The York Revolution granted outfielder Matt Esquivel his unconditional release Friday, a move that didn’t seem possible five months ago. It came down to money. Or did it?

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Esquivel granted unconditional release

Outfielder Matt Esquivel turned down a contract offer from the York Revolution today. Esquivel and team sources confirmed the offer was for the same amount of money he earned in 2009. When Esquivel did not agree to terms of the … Continue reading

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Is Esquivel the next to go?

Maybe this all works out in the next few days. But it doesn’t look good right now. Revs outfielder Matt Esquivel (pictured above during his days with the Braves farm system) wants to return to the Revolution. He hasn’t been … Continue reading

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A difficult offseason

This has to be the most difficult offseason for Revs fans. It doesn’t look like too many familiar faces will be back on the field. That may be fine for some fans, who want a better club and wanted the … Continue reading

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