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Revs Continue Opening Road Trip in Southern Maryland

The Revs (1-2) dropped their opening series of the season, losing two of three to New Britain last weekend. After a day of Monday, the Revs are back in action for a three game set in Southern Maryland (2-2), before returning to York for their home opener on Friday.

New Britain Series Notes:

  • Alonzo Harris (2), Angel Franco, and Michael Burgess all tallied multi-hit games for the Revs
  • 11 of the Revs 22 hits in the series were for extra bases (8 2B, 3B, 2 HR)
  • The Revs scored first in 2 of the 3 games
  • Revs pitching posted a 3.96 ERA, with 22 strikeouts, but also issued 12 BB and 5 HBP, and 4 HR
  • York relievers pitched more innings (13.0) than starters (12.0)
  • The Revs committed 5 errors in the field, in 2016 York finished T-6 in fielding percentage (.976)
  • York was held to 2 runs on both Saturday and Sunday, last season they were 13-42 (24%) when scoring less than 3 runs in a game
  • Craig Maddox was the toughest out for York in the series: 6-10, 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI

Southern Maryland Preview:

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Frank Gailey (right) will make his second start of the season Thursday — Photo by Joe Doll

Game 1 (Tue 6:35 p.m.) — RHP Victor Mateo (0-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Gaby Hernandez   (0-0, 0.00)

Victor Mateo will make his first career start for the Revs tonight. The native of Santo Domingo, DR, was signed as a free agent by the Rays in 2006, and has spent the past eight seasons in both the Rays and Braves minor league systems. Last season he spent most of his time at Double-A Mississippi going 1-2 with a 4.93 ERA. Most notably he has thrown two minor league no-hitters, his first with Low-A Bowling Green in 2011, and his second with Double-A Montgomery in 2013. He will be opposed by longtime Blue Crab Gaby Hernandez who makes his first start of the season. Last season against York he went 1-2, with a 3.73 ERA in 24.1 IP. Last time he faced the Revs threw a complete game, allowing 1 earned run, and striking out eight, in a 11-1 victory Sept. 5th.

Game 2 (Wed 6:35 p.m.) — LHP Chris Cody (0-0, 0.00)  vs. RHP   Justin De Fratus (0-1, 0.00)

Chris Cody will make his first start for the Revs since June 24th, 2014, also against the Blue Crabs. He was a tough luck loser in that game, allowing just one earned run over seven innings, while striking out nine. Now back from a two year stint in Taiwan, and a year rehabbing from injury, Cody once again will toe the slab for the Revs at Regency Furniture Stadium. He is opposed by Justin De Fratus who took the loss opening day, allowing two unearned runs in six innings. De Fratus pitched in 191 major league games for the Phillies from 2011-2015.

Game 3 (Thu 6:35 p.m.) — LHP Frank Gailey (1-0, 1.80)  vs. LHP Pat Misch (0-0, 27.00)

Frank Gailey got the opening night nod for the Revs in New Britain, picking up the win. He went five innings, allowing five hits, striking out four, and did not walk a batter. Last season Gailey led Revs starters with a 3.14 ERA and 100 strikeouts in 123.1 innings pitched. Pat Misch was an enemy of the weather in his first start, as he was pulled following a rain delay of 1:07, after just a half an inning of play. He allowed three runs on three hits, but took the no decision as Southern Maryland would come back to get the win.

The Revs and Blue Crabs will meet 19 times this season. York won the season series last year, going 14-6, with identical 7-3 records at both Regency Furniture Stadium and People’sBank Park. Listen to all three games on 1350 WOYK beginning each night at 6:15 p.m. with Darrell Henry and Matt Present on the call.

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