Monthly Archives: April 2010

Obscene gesture — by the league

Perhaps I’m taking this the wrong way, but when a grown man — check that, the manager with the most wins in league history — decides to go bonkers in the league championship series, he should be disciplined. He shouldn’t … Continue reading

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First league player signed this season

The Somerset Patriots announced the Colorado Rockies have purchased the contract of left-handed pitcher Josh Mueckes. Mueckes is the first player in the Atlantic League to be signed during the regular season.

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Revs down to 25 players

York has released one of the projected power arms expected to be used at the back end of its bullpen. The Revs released right-hander Yosandy Ibanez. The Cuban native appeared in one game for the Revs, Sunday’s 3-2 loss to … Continue reading

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A new place to find statistics

The Atlantic League has switched companies it uses to compile statistics. During the first three seasons the York Revolution played, the Atlantic League — and most every minor league in the country — used HoweSportsData.com to compile box scores and … Continue reading

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Final outing for Riley before he starts

Former Orioles left-hander Matt Riley made his final relief appearance before joining the York Revolution starting rotation in the Revs 5-2 victory against Camden. Riley pitched one inning, he allowed two walks and struck out a batter. He managed to … Continue reading

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Is anything wrong with Thurman?

Revs right-hander Corey Thurman lasted three innings on opening night, recording his shortest outing since 2008 (when he pitched 1 1/3 innings). He labored at times last night, missing out on a victory when he couldn’t record the final out … Continue reading

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Revs Roundup: Revs start 2-0

The Revs beat Southern Maryland, 9-2, in their second game of the season. It’s the first time York has started the season with two straight wins. Here’s Friday’s coverage from the York Daily Record/Sunday News: Jim Seip’s game story: Jesus … Continue reading

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Sanchez sparkles

York Revolution left-hander Jesus Sanchez (pictured above) allowed one hit in five innings of work Friday. The Revs won 9-2, cruising behind Sanchez’s pitching and a 12-hit performance by Revs’ hitters. Another standout: Liu Rodriguez hit four straight singles after … Continue reading

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Notes from the Atlantic League

Here are some interesting tidbits from Bob Wirz’s Atlantic League Notebook newsletter. Read his blog at http://indybaseballchatter.com/. Big stars lead on opening night -Two of the most seasoned former major leaguers were among opening night’s first stars. Sidney Ponson would … Continue reading

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