Monthly Archives: July 2010

Riley leaves York with a win

Matt Riley walked from the dugout to the clubhouse at Sovereign Bank Stadium one last time Thursday, waving to a few fans in the stands who knew he wouldn’t be back. The left-hander pitched three scoreless innings of relief in … Continue reading

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McCall traded to Camden

The Revs traded starting pitcher and league All-Star Derell McCall (7-3, 4.46 ERA) to the Camden Riversharks for future considerations before Wednesday’s game. McCall earned a spot in York’s starting rotation after working as a long man at the start … Continue reading

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Stadium’s concessions pass test

In a recent investigative report televised by ESPN, the station revealed a number of health violations by concession stands in pro sports. The York Revolution’s concession stands at Sovereign Bank Stadium received near-perfect marks in recent inspections.

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Victor Rodriguez back to his old ways

When he first started with the York Revolution, infielder Victor Rodriguez was in the midst of a cold spell. He had switched teams two times, jumping from Newark to Bridgeport and then from Bridgeport to York. In what he expects … Continue reading

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Revs on five-game win streak

York Revolution host the Camden Riversharks at 7 p.m. tonight at Sovereign Bank Stadium. The Revs are in the midst of a five-game winning streak, the team’s longest since August 2008. York was powered by Ramon Castro‘s season-high six RBIs … Continue reading

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Revs: Podcast for July 22

I’m joined again by Steve Navaroli in the office to discuss the York Revolution’s second half. Check out the podcast.

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Revs shake up rotation

Revs manager Andy Etchebarren forecast a change to his starting rotation Friday night, making it clear he was not happy with a staff that had not been able to pitch five innings in five straight starts. The same unit also … Continue reading

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Breaking the bank

Please check out the graphic detailing each of the 425 home runs hit at Sovereign Bank Stadium since the ballpark opened on June 15, 2007. This is a project that’s been about a year in the making. By looking through … Continue reading

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Vault’s homer history: For pitchers

It’s been a difficult place to pitch for some. Even in good seasons, pitchers have seen the ball fly out of Sovereign Bank Stadium. The following is a list of the most homers allowed at The Vault.

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Remember these guys?

Former Revs starter Daryl Harang (pictured above left) is scheduled to make his first appearance against York Thursday. The Long Island left-hander led the Revs in victories last season, and he recently returned to the Atlantic League after pitching in … Continue reading

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