Isaias Tejeda and Telvin Nash were two of the biggest reasons why the York Revolution won the first half Freedom Division championship. Collectively, they hit .310 with 21 home runs, 26 doubles, and 51 RBIs before signing with the Braves and White Sox, respectively, on consecutive days in June. The Revs were able to lock up the playoff berth without them, and both Tejeda and Nash have been thriving in the Advanced-A Carolina League during their first few weeks away from PeoplesBank Park.
Shuffling the roster before a long plane ride to Texas, the York Revolution signed catcher Alex Marquez and traded outfielder Alfredo Marte to the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, Revs manager Mark Mason announced on Thursday afternoon. Read the rest of this page »
When the York Revolution broke out the bubbly for a celebration after last Friday’s win over Lancaster, they celebrated more than just a first half Freedom Division title and the sixth playoff in franchise history. The Revs’ first 70 games of the 2016 season saw club records fall left and right, single-season and all-time. Here is a snapshot of the historic half that was. Read the rest of this page »
Reloading the lineup in time for the second half of the season, the playoff-bound York Revolution signed outfielder and former first-round draft pick Jared Mitchell, manager Mark Mason announced on Saturday afternoon.
The York Revolution clinched the sixth playoff berth in its 10-year team history on Thursday night with an 8-7 win at Long Island and losses by both Sugar Land and Lancaster. With the official clinch coming in the dying moments of June 30, it marks the earliest the Revs have assured themselves of a spot in the Atlantic League postseason.
York Revolution outfielder Jason Repko announced his retirement prior to Saturday’s game in Southern Maryland. Repko batted .272 with 4 HR and 16 RBI in 42 games for the Revs this season. A respected veteran and popular teammate, we certainly wish Repko the best. The MLB vet helped put the Revs in position for a first half crown this season, as the team enters Saturday’s game with a magic number of 6. The timing comes after the Revs acquired Kevin Rivers on Thursday, who can play corner outfield along with first base. The Revs currently have 12 position players on the roster. (Repko photo by Joe Doll)
After seeing two position players signed by major league organizations this week, the York Revolution have acquired shortstop Brandon Chaves and outfielder/first baseman Kevin Rivers from the New Britain Bees in exchange for future considerations. Revs manager Mark Mason confirmed the trade late Wednesday night. Both players are expected to join the team in time for Thursday night’s game in Southern Maryland. Read the rest of this page »