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Mitchell signs with Reds

photo by Joe Doll

Outfielder Jared Mitchell, a key member of the 2016 York Revolution playoff club and the 2017 championship squad, has signed a minor league contract with the Cincinnati Reds for the 2018 season, it was announced today.

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Harris Named National Player of the Year

Harris photo courtesy of Joe Doll

Baseball America has selected York Revolution infielder/outfielder Alonzo Harris as its 2017 Independent Leagues Player of the Year, the magazine announced on Friday.

The accolade from the nation’s leading baseball resource is the latest in a long list of honors this year for the Revs leadoff batter, who was previously named a midseason Atlantic League All-Star, the Revolution’s 2017 Team MVP, an Atlantic League Post-Season All-Star, and the 2017 Atlantic League Player of the Year.

Harris is the first Revolution player to be named Player of the Year by Baseball America. Read the rest of this page »

The results are in…

With the fourth overall pick, the Revs selected infielder Jose Cuevas

The York Revolution made their first moves toward constructing the 2018 roster, selecting four former members of the Bridgeport Bluefish in the Atlantic League’s player dispersal draft on Wednesday morning.  While none of the three players will officially become members of the 2018 Revs until signing a contract once the signing period opens in the new year, the Revs do hold their Atlantic League rights and will have exclusive negotiating rights with those players through the off-season. Read the rest of this page »

First player news of 2018

We had lost sight of sharing information through this particular platform during the course of the past baseball season, but with off-season news ahead, and believe it or not, mere hours away, now is as good of a time as any to relaunch and once again start posting here on BlogtoBlog.  Given this off-season’s franchise movement, we have a unique twist to kick off the 2018 preseason, as we will have player news for next season beginning tomorrow. Read the rest of this page »

Nash Rejoins Revs

The York Revolution have re-signed power hitting first baseman Telvin Nash, who will be active for tonight’s series opener against the Bluefish (6:30 p.m. at PeoplesBank Park).  Nash returns to the Revs where over parts of two seasons, he has batted .272 with a .389 OBP and 28 home runs in only 118 games, becoming the second-fastest in franchise history to reach his home run total behind only former Revs all-time home run leader Chris Nowak. Read the rest of this page »

Paredes Called Up, Earns Win in MLB Debut

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Former York Revolution lefthander Edward Paredes was called up by the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday and tossed a perfect eighth inning against the Minnesota Twins to earn the win in his Major League debut on Monday night at Dodger Stadium.  Paredes becomes the ninth player in Revs history to reach the Major Leagues following his time in York, the third to make his MLB debut, and the first to earn the win in his big league debut.  The 30-year-old pitched for the Revolution from 2013-2015. Read the rest of this page »

Revs add Simpson, Carp as first half play wraps up

Chase SimpsonThe Revs have signed third baseman Chase Simpson, as York wraps up first half play with a three game series against the Sugar Land Skeeters, Friday. Simpson is in his fourth professional season, originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 14th Round of 2014 out of Wichita State University. The switch hitting third baseman was named an MiLB organization all-star with the Jamestown Jammers after his first professional season, and was a mid-season all-star in 2015 with the West Virginia Power, where he reached career-highs in home runs (11) and RBI (68). The Dallas, TX native began his season in Double-A, Altoona, before joining the Revs.

Jay Carp

The Revs also signed catcher Jay Carp last week, after Derik Capitillo was forced to leave the team for personal reasons. Carp joins the Revolution for his second professional season, after playing for Utica in the United Shore Professional Baseball League last year. The 22-year-old turned pro after playing at Chaffey College in his home state of California.