Monthly Archives: July 2011

Poll: Who will win the Atlantic League championship?

poll by twiigs.com

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York hits typical second-half stretch

York right-hander Matt DeSalvo didn’t have an answer. He doesn’t know when he will be able to pitch again after experiencing what was first termed a cramp in his right pectoral. DeSalvo joked that he could go out and pitch … Continue reading

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Countdown to the All-Star Game

The Atlantic League All-Star Game festivities are under way at Sovereign Bank Stadium in York. Here are some photos from Jim to tide you over. The lawn filled up for the home run derby. Matt Esquivel won the individual contest, … Continue reading

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All-Star Game set to start in York

Above: York All-Star Val Majewski signs his star on the All-Star walk of fame on the concourse. A sellout capacity crowd is expected for tonight’s Atlantic League All-Star Game at Sovereign Bank Stadium. It marked the first time the team … Continue reading

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York Revs podcast: July 7

The big series starts Friday. York vs. Lancaster. A spot in the playoffs are on the line. Here’s a podcast featuring two reporters talking about it. It only took us three takes this week. Honestly, I could have done it … Continue reading

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Down to the wire

Four games remain in the first half. The Long Island Ducks have already clinched the Liberty Division crown. But the Freedom Division is still up for grabs. The Revs need to win three of four against Lancaster in their final … Continue reading

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Revs in a good spot with five to play

The York Revolution moved into sole possession of first place in the Atlantic League Freedom Division Tuesday night, moving a 1/2 game ahead of Lancaster with five games to play in the first half. It marked the first time York … Continue reading

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