Monthly Archives: May 2012

Revs, Hershey Bears team up

Kizoa slideshow: Toothless hockey players – Slideshow . No teeth? No problem, at least at an upcoming Revs game, which features a “Fewest Teeth Contest.” No kidding. Check out this news release, which explains the latest promotion of the York Revolution.

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Inside Pitch mail bag: Win free Revs tickets

Free York Revolution tickets: We have ‘em, you want ‘em. But we have to make you work for them. Our new weekly feature — the Inside Pitch mail bag — relies on YOU, dear reader, and if you participate, you’ll … Continue reading

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A new man at the top of the order

The Revs signed center fielder and leadoff man Brandon Haveman Thursday morning, and York manager Andy Etchebarren inserted him into the lineup tonight. Haveman — featured in the video above during his time with Double-A Jackson last season — was … Continue reading

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Douglas traded, Revs looking for center fielder

The Revs traded outfielder Stephen Douglas to Laredo of the independent American Association in exchange for future considerations. As has been his tendency since taking over the Revs, Etchebarren could wait several months to receive a player in return. The … Continue reading

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Breaking point

For the second straight night the Revs dropped a home game to the expansion Sugar Land Skeeters, scoring a run in the first and last innings in a 4-2 loss. Hesitant to make drastic changes to his roster, allowing players … Continue reading

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Dream of returning to big leagues brought Kielty to York

Bobby Kielty didn’t expect to ever be one of those players who landed in independent baseball. “When you’re playing you tell yourself if it comes down to indie ball, I’d rather shut it down,” Kielty said. “But I think at … Continue reading

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Kielty talks about World Series homer

Former big league outfielder Bobby Kielty arrived in York from California Monday night and took batting practice with the Revs Tuesday. He expects to join York’s lineup after taking a couple days of BP. A major league outfielder from 2001-2007, … Continue reading

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Kielty added to struggling Revs

It could be the first move of several needed to snap York out of it’s early season funk. The York Revolution signed former big league outfielder Bobby Kielty, 35, Monday. Team officials expect him to join the team today and … Continue reading

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Six degrees of separation: From Justin Verlander to York

Filed under the category of “All roads lead to York” … Tigers ace Justin Verlander came ever so close to throwing his third no-hitter on Friday night. But Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Josh Harrison flicked a one-out single in the … Continue reading

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Glance around the league

The Lancaster Barnstormers honored Butch Hobson before the Friday night game against York, playing a video montage that included highlights of his time as a player in Boston. Hobson won his 1,500th game as a manager Thursday in Camden. His … Continue reading

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