Monthly Archives: September 2010

Game 2: Postponed

A steady soaking rain that began over night caused the Atlantic League to postpone Game 2 of the league’s championship series Thursday afternoon. The rainout has caused the league to shuffle the schedule for the remainder of the series. Game … Continue reading

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Revs take pivotal Game 1

The York Revolution won the opener of the Atlantic League Championship Series against the Bridgeport Bluefish 4-1 thanks to a late-game rally at Sovereign Bank Stadium. The Revs used three singles, a walk and an error to plate three runs … Continue reading

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Starting lineups announced

Before first pitch, check out the final call by WOYK’s Darrell Henry in Game 5 of the Atlantic League Freedom Division. Final out.mp3Final out.mp3

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Game 1 pregame

Fans were handed rally towels when they walked through the gates for Game 1 of the Atlantic League Championship Series at Sovereign Bank Stadium. The Bridgeport Bluefish sign guys are in attendance. Some of Bridgeport’s diehard fans, the sign guys … Continue reading

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League championship: Preview

The Bridgeport Bluefish won more games than any team in the Atlantic League this season. But York manager Andy Etchebarren is not scared. Outfielder Steve Haake has produced for the Revs despite being used in right field as a platoon. … Continue reading

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Pitching matchups set

ATLANTIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Best of five Game 1: Bridgeport Bluefish RHP Esteban Yan (3-1, 3.57 ERA) vs. York Revolution RHP Corey Thurman (10-8, 4.56), 6:30 p.m. at Sovereign Bank Stadium Game 2: Bridgeport Bluefish RHP Denny Stark (8-4, 4.68) … Continue reading

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Revs advance to their first league title series

It came in unlikely fashion. The team that never seems to make mistakes, made a big one. The Somerset Patriots threw away Game 5 of the Atlantic League Freedom Division Series Championship when catcher Jason Belcher overthrew first base on … Continue reading

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Game 4 preview: Young vs. old

It all depends how you look at it. Good news: Kevin Angelle is 22 years old. He doesn’t know what he’s getting into facing the Somerset Patriots in the playoffs. Bad news: Kevin Angelle is 22 years old. He has … Continue reading

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So was Etch too tough on the players?

York used a franchise record 64 players this season. Fans have been critical of a number of trades, and several fans approached me in person or commented on the blog that manager Andy Etchebarren was too quick to bid adieu … Continue reading

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Where’s that defensive catcher now?

Remember the reason the Revs traded catcher Salomon Manriquez? John Pachot was chosen as the full-time starter because of his defensive skills. The Revs could tolerate his .255 career batting average. All Pachot did during the regular season was assemble … Continue reading

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