York was denied a series sweep on Monday night when the Long Island Ducks snapped the Revolution's three-game winning streak with a 7-1 victory in the final game of a seven-game homestand in front of 5,368 fans at Santander Stadium.
The Revs fell two games back in the Atlantic League Freedom Division's second-half standings and will head to Camden to open a three-game series on Tuesday night before returning home Friday.
Long Island went ahead early when Adam Bailey belted a two-run homer in the top of the second.
Fehlandt Lentini added a solo homer in the top of the third and Lew Ford later added an RBI single to make it 4-0. Long Island added two more in the fifth, including a sac fly by Bailey, who drove in three runs on the night. Bailey had a grand slam vs. York on Sunday. Bailey now has 22 RBIs in 16 games against the Revs this season and 17 RBIs over his last 16 games overall.
The Revs got on the board when Chad Tracy belted a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth, his 15th home run of the season and third in the last five games. Tracy went 2-for-4 and is now 11-for-20 on a current five-game hitting streak.
That was the only damage afforded by Ducks starter Shaun Garceau (10-3), who became the league's fourth pitcher to reach double-digit victories this season, after scattering seven hits in seven innings.
Long Island tacked on an insurance run in the eighth.
Revs starter Jorge Martinez (5-7) suffered the loss, charged with six runs (five earned) on seven hits over 4.1 innings before being ejected by home plate umpire Buzz Albert after arguing balls and strikes in the top of the fifth. Martinez was victimized by two long balls for the second consecutive start, after previously allowing just two home runs all season.
York's five-game home winning streak against Long Island was snapped. The Revs fell to 11-6 against the Ducks this season.
The Revs will send Corey Thurman (6-4, 3.55) to the mound on Tuesday in Camden, opposite Riversharks lefty Fu-Te Ni (1-2, 5.18) with first pitch at 7:05 p.m.
Notes: Tracy is now tied for second in the league with 15 homers, having gone deep in back-to-back contests. He leads the league in RBIs, now with 71 on the year. ... York reliever Edward Paredes worked 2.2 scoreless innings and retired his first five batters faced, extending his consecutive hitters retired streak to 23 over five appearances. He now owns a 12.1-inning scoreless streak over his last seven outings.