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Michael Hernandez back with Revolution

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Outfielder Michael Hernadnez, who spent all of last season with the Revolution and played in 104 games, has been signed and added to the active roster.  Following a .303/11 HR/55 RBI effort last year in York, Hernandez was signed by the Detroit Tigers in the off-season.  It was his second tour of duty with that organization, after playing at three levels during 2006 and 2007.  Hernandez was released mid-July out of Double-A Erie.

Coincidentally, he joined the Revolution on July 22 for the beginning of their four-game series at Somerset, where he spent the entire 2010 and 2011 seasons.  In 2011, Hernandez homered in the Atlantic League All-Star Game at Sovereign Bank Stadium as a member of the Patriots and was voted the game’s MVP, before signing with the Revolution the following off-season.

Left-handed reliever Edward Paredes was placed on the inactive list to make room for Hernandez. Paredes sustained a leg injury during his appearance at Southern Maryland on July 22.

-Paul Braverman

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