Monthly Archives: September 2011

Revs set three-game attendance mark

The Revs wrapped up the 2011 regular season with a weekend series against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, and the Revs set a franchise record — drawing 16,643 fans through the final three games. A crowd of 5,255 watched the … Continue reading

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Neighborly rivalry

When York and Lancaster meet tonight in the first round of the Atlantic League playoffs, it marks the first time the franchises have played each other in the postseason. After much hype for mostly meaningless games in the four previous … Continue reading

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Freedom Championship Series

Lots of interesting stuff and difficult decisions yet to be made by Lancaster and York. Playoff rosters must be submitted to the league by noon Wednesday. * York infielder Ramon Castro visited a doctor for a painful skin ailment that … Continue reading

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Historic night for Revs

Other than clinching the Atlantic League Freedom Division second-half championship, thanks to a doubleheader sweep against the Bridgeport Bluefish, some rather historic moments happened for York Thursday night in the Revs’ 8-2 and 5-4 victories. * Revs 1B Chris Nowak … Continue reading

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Player of the Year debate

Lancaster’s Tommy Everidge may have the Atlantic League Player of the Year honors wrapped up. He is tied for the league lead in homers (27) and RBIs (92). He also has a .320 batting average, ranked seventh in the league. … Continue reading

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Sovereign Bank Stadium weathers storms

York’s playing surface and Sovereign Bank Stadium have not suffered any serious water damage from the heavy rainfall that has flooded several portions of York County this week. Small Field, William Penn High School’s athletic fields and the onetime proposed … Continue reading

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Revs acquire left-handed help

The Revs released LHP Zac Cline (0-2, 7.62 ERA) and acquired LHP Kris Regas (0-0, 4.26 ERA) in a trade with Lancaster for future considerations. Cline had the highest ERA on the Revs roster. Regas has held opponents to a … Continue reading

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