Monthly Archives: June 2011

DownTown never looked so amazing

The Amarillo Sox of the independent American Association wanted a new mascot. What they ended up with was … well, disturbing. The very happy-looking mascot was supposed to look like a sock. It’s never a good thing when the general … Continue reading

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Sanchez waiting to return

Former major leaguer Jesus Sanchez will return to the Revs this summer, according to York manager Andy Etchebarren. The team has started the paperwork for Sanchez’s visa, but it took York about 30 days for the visa paperwork to clear … Continue reading

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Ticket giveaway on Friday

The Daily Record/Sunday News will hand out four free Revs tickets redeemable for any remaining regular season game to one lucky fan Friday night. To be in the running for the contest, you have to be at Sovereign Bank Stadium … Continue reading

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York lands former Phils pitcher Geary

Former Phillies reliever Geoff Geary is on his way to York, York manager Andy Etchebarren confirmed Wednesday. The right-hander spent 2003-2009 in the big leagues with the Phillies and Astros. Geary is driving from his home in California and could … Continue reading

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Revs add arm to pen

York has agreed to terms with right-handed reliever Ricardo Gomez, 33, and he could join the Revs Wednesday York manager Andy Etchebarren said. Gomez pitched went 3-3 with a 3.15 ERA in 43 appearances for Long Island last season. He … Continue reading

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Revs ponder wall changes

It’s time for a change. Kenny Kelly just wants to play baseball, but he can’t. He can’t even chew food. A night after the Road Warriors center fielder ran full speed into the poured concrete wall in right-center field in … Continue reading

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All-Star ballots available online

The Atlantic League and defending league champion York Revolution released the All-Star ballot today. Fans vote on all position players and the designated hitter for each division. Voting continues through Wednesday, July 6. In a process I’ve never quite understood, … Continue reading

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Revs podcast: June 14

We kept the podcast under seven minutes this turn at mic, just like Steve Navaroli‘s time in the mile. Check in and listen to Navs going for the presidential fitness patch.

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Nowak signed, he delivers

Former Rays 3B/1B prospect Chris Nowak signed with the Revs prior to Monday’s game. The right-handed hitter clubbed a homer in his first Atlantic League at-bat in Somerset, becoming the first Revs player to homer in his first at-bat with … Continue reading

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Rice signed by Dodgers, Revs ink reliever

Scott Rice had done just about everything he could to be noticed by a major league organization. A major league organization finally took notice. The Los Angeles Dodgers signed the 6-foot, 6-inch left-hander, assigning him to Double-A. Rice had not … Continue reading

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