The York Revolution compiled a season-high 19 hits and Corey Thurman shut down the Camden Riversharks in a 10-1 triumph on Wednesday evening at Campbell's Field.

Thurman moved into sole possession of second place on the Atlantic League's all-time wins list with his 63rd victory in a York uniform. The Revs and Sharks will meet again in South Jersey on Thursday night, before York returns home to open a six-game homestand on Friday.

Thurman (7-4) allowed one run on six hits over a season-high-tying seven innings. The win broke a tie with former Atlantic Leaguer Lincoln Mikkelsen for second-most victories in league history. Thurman also improved to 15-4 lifetime against the Riversharks, adding to his highest win total against one opponent, while also improving to 8-1 lifetime at Campbell's Field with an eighth-straight winning decision in that venue.

Camden scored first in the second, but it was all York the rest of the night.

In the fourth, the Revs tallied a season-high-tying five consecutive hits in one inning, ripping off four runs to take the lead. Sean Smith led off with a double and Tim Battle singled to set the table. Alberto Espinosa tied the game with a single, Justin Greene gave York the lead on a double and Wilson Valdez added to it with an RBI single. Valdez then stole second, prompting a throwing error by catcher Mike Albaladejo, bringing Greene home from third for a 4-1 lead.

Chad Tracy hammered a two-run double in the sixth inning to increase the lead to 6-1, and the Revs enjoyed another four-run outburst in the eighth when Eric Patterson ripped a two-run single and Bryant Nelson lined a two-run triple to give the Revs double digits in the run column, as well as their 19th hit of the night.


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Every Revs starter had at least one hit. The Revs notched their highest hit total in a nine-inning game since the 2012 season. Valdez, Tracy and Smith each enjoyed three-hit nights.

Tracy extended his hitting streak to six consecutive games, batting .560 (14-for-25) during that stretch. With two RBIs, he increased his league-leading total to 73. Patterson also reached the 70-RBI plateau.

York's Logan Williamson (4-5, 2.23) faces Camden's Ryan Kulik (2-2, 3.68) on Thursday night with first pitch at 7:05 p.m.