Monthly Archives: August 2011

Overshadowed: Walker coming on strong

York outfielder Chris Walker had a slow start to the season. Convinced to switch teams in the offseason, the former Camden leadoff man had a difficult transition to the Revs. “At the beginning of the year I couldn’t get in … Continue reading

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Revs’ injury updates

* York RHP Matt DeSalvo reported only a “little soreness” after pitching Thursday. It was his first outing since July 17, when he suffered a muscle strain to his right pectoral. If DeSalvo doesn’t suffer a setback, York manager Andy … Continue reading

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Rodriguez returns to York

Back in the Revs clubhouse, right-handed reliever R.J. Rodriguez returned to York after about a month spent with Yucatan of the Mexican League. The Mexican League is always a possible destination for Atlantic League players. The league typically offers higher … Continue reading

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York putting rotation back together

After struggling for about two weeks with injuries and defections to its starting rotation, the York Revolution are making moves to put the rotation back at full strength — and strengthen the pitching staff. * The Revs are close to … Continue reading

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