Category Archives: Chris Hoiles

Around the league

The York Daily Record offers links to news involving the Atlantic League. The league roundup was compiled by Jim Seip June 25, 2012.

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So what’s the big deal?

Somerset’s Freddie Bynum almost kicked off an ugly scene last night. The former major leaguer stood and admired his home run in the sixth inning. York catcher Travis Scott did what he’s supposed to do in such an instance. He … Continue reading

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Hoiles to catch ceremonial first pitch

Former Revs manager Chris Hoiles will catch the ceremonial first pitch at the Orioles season opener against the Twins Friday afternoon. The O’s turned to the original battery from the first game held at Camden Yards in order to celebrate … Continue reading

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Revs podcast: April 3

We know what you’ve been saying: Where is Steve Navaroli and why isn’t he doing more podcasts? Rest easy York. The old man made his triumphant return to the Web Tuesday night. Check in for this season’s inaugural podcast as … Continue reading

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Johnson expected to sign with O’s

The Baltimore Orioles are expected to sign former Revs catcher Josh Johnson, according to MASN. Former Revs manager Chris Hoiles recommended him to the O’s. Hoiles is working as a spring training instructor for the O’s. Johnson (pictured at right) … Continue reading

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Hoiles wants to return to O’s

Former York Revolution skipper Chris Hoiles wants to return to work for the Baltimore Orioles, and he’d be open to working at the minor league level. MASN staffer and former Baltimore Sun reporter Roch Kubatko caught up with Hoiles recently. … Continue reading

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Are they offering Confederate money?

Some members of the press in and around Frederick don’t want to side against the minor league franchise currently playing in their city. Perhaps they like the fact a major league organization has roots in their city. But what city … Continue reading

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Familiar face returns to league

The Revolution’s former director of baseball operations, Adam Gladstone, has returned to the league in the same role for the expansion Loudon County Hounds. The Hounds begin play in 2012. In place with the club since Jan. 1, Gladstone (pictured … Continue reading

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Hoiles should be a candidate — if he’s interested

It’s been more than a year since Chris Hoiles stepped down as the manager of the York Revolution. Despite a mostly miserable 2009 season, Hoiles never lost the Revs’ clubhouse. He decided to step aside — he and ownership stated … Continue reading

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Familiar names at Loudon Hounds fan fest

Former York Revolution manager Chris Hoiles and former Revs pitching coach Tippy Martinez joined a number of former major leaguers and baseball celebrities at the Loudon Hounds Fan Fest Sunday. Former Bridgeport manager Tommy John and former Atlantic City Surf … Continue reading

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