Monthly Archives: March 2011

Report: Frederick Keys sold

Ballpark Digest reports the Frederick Keys have been sold on the condition the club remains in Frederick, Md., next season. This wouldn’t be an issue for most teams, but the Keys’ lease at Harry Grove Stadium expires at the end … Continue reading

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Angelle on straight, narrow

The following is a story that ran in the York Daily Record last season. Kevin Angelle (No. 18 pictured above) looks around the locker room, and he knows he’s different. He knows he’s the youngest player in the Atlantic League … Continue reading

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Revs bring back Rodriguez, Angelle and Lewis

The return of Victor Rodriguez (pictured above) highlights the Revs latest signings. The infielder batted .323 in 32 games with York. Planning to retire after the season, Rodriguez, 34, returns to the league where he earned two Player of the … Continue reading

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Updated: List of Atlantic League rosters

The following is a list of all Atlantic League players signed through March 29, including former major league pitcher Bill Pulsipher (pictured above courtesy of Somerset Patriots). Don’t hesitate to send corrections and additions to me at jseip@ydr.com.

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‘Fish could be preseason favorites

Just a quick thought. No team in the Atlantic League has been hit harder by its players defecting for the Mexican League than Bridgeport. But the Bluefish appear to have one of the better rosters on paper at this point … Continue reading

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Harrison steps in at third for York

Sometimes it’s not evident how much an injury has affected a player. Revs third baseman Vince Harrison has been doing push-ups on his fingertips since he broke his wrist helping a friend move after the 2004 season. This offseason he … Continue reading

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Could Thomas be back in the league?

It appears former Revolution reliever Adam Thomas (pictured above left) could return to the Atlantic League this season. The league announced Thomas had signed with the all-travel Road Warriors. The hard-throwing right-hander played on the Revs inaugural team in 2007. … Continue reading

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Bluefish rebuild, add three big leaguers

No team in the Atlantic League has been hit harder by their former players opting to play in the Mexican League than the Bridgeport Bluefish. Granted, Bridgeport had to know this might happen. After all, it’s second-half title run can … Continue reading

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Revs sign Walker, two more

It may sound odd, but starting pitcher Corey Thurman and outfielder Chris Walker became friends even though the two have always been opponents. They became friends after playing against each other in Double-A in 2006. Despite playing on opposing teams, … Continue reading

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Riversharks could be sold soon

The Courier Post reports that the Camden Riversharks could be sold before the start of the season. This could be good news for the league, bringing in local ownership and possibly leaving Opening Day Partners and league founder and CEO … Continue reading

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