Hedrick to start Saturday

Dover High graduate Shawn Hedrick confirmed Friday afternoon he has been offered a contract by the York Revolution. Revs director of player procurement Michael Kirk confirmed that the Revs expect Hedrick to start Saturday at home against Bridgeport.
A longtime staple in local amateur leagues in York County, Hedrick made his professional baseball debut last August at the age of 34 with the York Revolution. The right-hander made four starts for a team in the midst of an 87-loss season. He went 1-2 with a 4.43 ERA. He struck out nine and walked five in 22 1/3 innings of work.
Hedrick spent this season pitching for Red Lion in the Susquehanna League.
The Revolution signed two former major league pitchers Wednesday, filling its roster. But the status of Joselo Diaz now appears in doubt. The right-hander began the season in Long Island, but he left the team to play in Mexico. In uniform the last two nights for York, Diaz pitched a side session after the Revs lost last night and was scheduled to start Saturday.
Atlantic League executive director Joe Klein was expected to speak to Revs team officials Friday about Diaz.

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