Series Recap

A six game regular season-ending series resulted in three wins for the York Revolution. The Sugar Land Skeeters visited Santander Stadium for a three-game middle of the week series. Game #1 ended with a 6 to 1 victory for the York Revolution. Game #2 was a tough loss as the Revs ended up one run short. Sugar Land took home the victory by a final score of 5 to 4. The final game of this series resulted in another loss by the home team. The final score was 11 to 4 which added another victory in the win column for Sugar Land.

The Long Island Ducks flew into town for a three game series. The first game of this series saw the need for extra innings to decide the winner. The Ducks scored 3 runs in the top of the tenth inning to secure a victory. The final score of this game was 5 to 3. The middle game of this series saw both teams tally all their runs in only the third inning. The Revs took home a victory with a final score of 2 to 1. The regular-season finale saw the York Revolution end on a winning note. The final score was 6 to 4.

This home stand featured thirteen firings of the cannon which included five homeruns. The Revs hit the road for a six game road trip to Sugar Land. This final series will determine the playoff matchups. You can catch all the action on WOYK 1350 the home of York Revolution baseball. The Revs return home on Friday, September 26th to host game #3 of the Divisional Championship Series. First pitch is slated for 6:30pm. Come out and support the Revs in their quest for their third championship in five years! To purchase your playoff tickets please visit the Apple Chevrolet Ticket Office or http://www.yorkrevolution.com.

Series Recap

A six game home stand resulted in five wins for your York Revolution. The home stand started with a three game series against the Bridgeport Bluefish. The opening game resulted in a win by a final score of 4 to 2. The middle game of this series also resulted in a win for the York Revolution by a final score of 6 to 5 in 10 innings. The Revs broke
out the brooms as they completed a series sweep against the Bluefish by earning a victory in the final game of this series by a score of 5 to 1.

To conclude this home stand, the Lancaster Barnstormers made a visit to Santander Stadium. The cross-river rivals came prepared to play as they beat the Revs in the opening game of this series by a score of 9 to 3. The Revs bounced back with the second game of this series
earning a 2 to 1 victory. The final game of this home stand resulted in another win for the home team as the Revs earned another victory by a final score of 6 to 5. This home stand featured thirteen firings of the cannon which included two homeruns. The Revs hit the road for an eight game road trip starting with a road trip to Camden. Don’t forget
you can catch all the action on WOYK 1350 the home of Revs baseball. The York Revolution return home on Friday, August 29th when the Somerset Patriots visit Santander Stadium for a four game Labor Day Weekend series.

With only ten home games remaining in the 2014 season the Revs need your support as they gear-up for the Atlantic League playoffs. The York Revolution are guaranteed to play at least one first round playoff game (Game three of the five game series) at Santander Stadium on Friday, September 26th with first pitch scheduled for 6:30pm. Games #4 and #5 will be played if necessary on Saturday, September 27th at 6:30pm and Sunday, September 28th at 2pm. To purchase your playoff tickets please visit the Apple Chevrolet Ticket Office or http://www.yorkrevolution.com.

Series Recap and Playoffs Around the Corner

A seven game home stand resulted in four wins for your York Revolution. The home stand started with a single game against the cross-river rival The Lancaster Barnstormers. This opening game resulted in a win by a final score of 4 to 1. Following this game, the Sugar Land Skeeters came to town. The first two games of this three game series resulted in losses for the Revs. The final scores were 8 to 0 on August the 6th and 3 to 1 on August the 7th. The offense came awake as the York Revolution salvaged a victory in the final game against Sugar Land. The final score was 7 to 1.

To conclude this home stand, the Long Island Ducks made a visit to Santander Stadium. The first game saw a magical Revs come from behind and walk-off victory which resulted in a final score of 2 to 1. The middle game of this series resulted in the Revs earning another come from behind victory with a final tally of 5 to 4. The final game of this series saw the Ducks fly away with a victory by a final score of 7 to 1. This home stand featured fourteen firings of the cannon which included four homeruns. The Revs are back in action at home on Friday, August 15th when the Bridgeport Bluefish visit Santander Stadium for a
three game series followed by a three game series by the Lancaster Barnstormers.

With only sixteen home games remaining in the 2014 season the Revs need your support as they gear-up for the Atlantic League playoffs. The York Revolution are guaranteed to play at least one first round playoff game (Game three of the five game series) at Santander Stadium on Friday, September 26th with first pitch scheduled for 6:30pm. Games #4 and #5 will be played if necessary on Saturday, September 27th at 6:30pm and Sunday, September 28th at 2pm. To purchase your playoff tickets please visit the Apple Chevrolet Ticket Office or http://www.yorkrevolution.com.

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Series Recap | Riversharks

The second half continued with a three game series against the Camden Riversharks. Game #1 and #2 of this series saw the home teams bats remain silent resulting in back-to-back losses. The first game ended with a score of 5 to 2 and the second game ended with a score of 3 to 1.
The Revs responded to the early wake up call of 11am on Wednesday.

This morning game saw the offense come to life resulting in a victory of 12 to 0. This homestand featured six firings of the cannon which included 2 homeruns. The Revs are back in action at home on Wednesday, July 30th when the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs visit Santander Stadium.