Category Archives: American Association

Burgamy joins Saints, hits walk-off homer

Former Revs slugger Brian Burgamy making his presence felt in St. Paul. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, Aug. 12, 2013

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Thomas thriving with the Braves

Onetime York Revolution lefty reliever Ian Thomas has progressed from an undrafted, unsigned player to the 20th-ranked prospect in the Braves farm system. By Jim Seip, York Daily Record, June 21, 2013

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Perez returns; Arlis signs with Revs

The York Revolution re-signed All-Star second baseman Andres Perez and welcomed veteran catcher Patrick Arlis Friday. York Daily Record, Jim Seip, Feb. 8, 2013.

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Baseball America honors York Revolution’s Nowak, Perez

The Lancaster Barnstormers and York Revolution placed five players on Baseball America’s independent all-star team, led by player of the year Blake Gailen. Oct. 17, 2012 York Daily Record

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What happened to those reinforcements?

York’s signing of Mike Benacka signaled the Revs won’t be bringing back Matt DeSalvo, who is still in Taiwan, or Lorenzo Barcelo, a recent Dodgers signing, for the stretch run this season. Jim Seip Sept. 11, 2012 York Daily Record

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Revs release Paniagua, bring back Manriquez

The Revs released catcher Salvador Paniagua after reporters left the clubhouse late Thursday night. The move allowed the Revs to sign former York catcher Salomon Manriquez, a good-hitting catcher who left the club two years ago with a reputation for not being able to call a good game behind the plate. York Daily Record/Sunday News By Jim Seip

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So when will the league figure this out?

The Atlantic League does some great things. But the league often fails when it attempts to promote itself or actually do the simple tasks that allow fans to learn the latest news around the league. York Daily Record reporter Jim Seip writes on July 4, 2012.

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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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Braves sign Ian Thomas

York left-handed reliever Ian Thomas entered spring training trying to over-throw his fastball. Pitching coach Mark Mason understood the situation. Thomas had not pitched in the Atlantic League before, and the 25-year-old admitted he came to the league because of … Continue reading

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