Logan Williamson took a shutout into the sixth inning to help the York Revolution nab a win in the series finale in Camden on Sunday, 4-1 at Campbell's Field.
The win snaps a three-game skid for the Revs, who are now 2-3 on their current road trip, which will continue at Southern Maryland on Tuesday night after an off day on Monday.
Williamson (5-5) allowed four hits and worked around four walks in 5 1/3 innings. Williamson struck out four and lowered his ERA to 2.08, which would lead the Atlantic League if he had enough innings to qualify.
York drew first blood with a run in the top of the third on a two-out RBI single by Justin Greene. Angel Flores then launched a solo home run to left leading off the fifth, increasing the lead to 2-0.
It remained that way until the seventh when the Revs struck for two more. Flores (3-for-4) smacked an 0-2 pitch to right-center for a leadoff double and scored on a single to center by Sean Smith to give York a 3-0 lead. Smith took second on an error by center fielder P.J. Phillips, stole third, and scored with one out on an infield single by Wilson Valdez for a 4-0 lead.
Phillips homered to left field leading off the bottom of the seventh, but it was the only run Camden would manage on the day.
Ian Durham allowed the solo homer, but was otherwise dominant, recording four of his five outs via strikeouts in 1 2/3 innings of relief. Beau Vaughan handled a scoreless eighth, while Mark Hendrickson earned his fourth save of the week in the ninth inning, rolling a game-ending double play to finish the victory.
Notes: The Revs tied a club record with six stolen bases in a game for the first time since August, 2009. Greene stole three bases while Valdez stole a pair. The two combined on double steals twice in the game. ... The Revs finished the season series 13-7 against Camden, 6-4 at Campbell's Field. Williamson is on pace to break the Revs' single-season record for ERA of 2.72 set by Ryan Feierabend in 2012. He has allowed two earned runs or fewer in 14 consecutive starts, and one earned run or fewer in seven of his last eight outings. Hendrickson entered the week with five career saves, and has now saved each of York's last four victories. Flores posted a season-high three hits, while his home run and double marked his first two extra-base hits. He has hit safely in eight of his last nine games, batting .353 (12-for-34) during that stretch. ... Monday's off day is the Revs' first scheduled off day after 38 consecutive days since the All-Star break.