Category Archives: Can-Am League

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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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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Chico joins Revs rotation

Struggling to keep five arms in the starting rotation, the York Revolution signed former big league left-hander Matt Chico. Chico last pitched in the majors in 2010. He also saw time in the majors in 2007 and 2008 — all … Continue reading

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Boulton: Sharks could host series in Atlantic City in 2012

Atlantic League founder/CEO Frank Boulton told the Press of Atlantic City that the Camden Riversharks could host games at Sandcastle Stadium — the former home of the Atlantic City Surf — this year during Labor Day weekend if repairs are … Continue reading

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Hope for pro ball in Atlantic City?

Atlantic City will sink $1.2 million to improve Sandcastle Stadium, where the Atlantic City Surf played from 1998 through 2008. The team folded in the spring of 2009. (The Surf played in the Atlantic League from 1998-2006 before moving to … Continue reading

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