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Revs continue to struggle vs. Lancaster in last meeting

STAFF REPORT
  • The Revs lost the season series to Lancaster, 11-9.
  • Andres Perez drove in two of the team's three runs in the loss.
  • Ty'Relle Harris couldn't get out of the fifth, allowing three earned runs in 4 2/3 innings.

At least the York Revolution are done facing the Lancaster Barnstormers this year.

Andres Perez drove in two of York's three runs in its 4-3 loss to Lancaster on Wednesday night..

Lancaster was about the only team that consistently had York's number this season, including its 4-3 victory at Clipper Magazine Stadium on Wednesday night.

With the loss, the Barnstormers (56-79 overall, 30-36 second half) finished with an 11-9 record against the Revs (75-61, 35-31) in 2016.

Both teams struck in the first inning, with York bringing across the game's first run in the top half. Andres Perez drove home Jared Mitchell to make it 1-0, only to have Lancaster respond in the bottom half.

The Revs regained their one-run lead in the top of the third, this time coming on a Perez sacrifice fly, scoring Isaias Tejeda to make it 2-1. York held that lead until the bottom of the fifth when the Barnstormers tacked on two runs off of Revs' starter Ty'Relle Harris to claim a 3-2 advantage.

Lancaster added to that lead in the next inning to get a two-run cushion, which it took into the ninth, when York staged a late-game rally. Tejeda ripped an RBI double with two outs to bring the score to 4-3. Tejeda represented the tying run in scoring position, but was left stranded.

Harris took the loss for the Revs, getting lifted after 4 2/3 innings, allowing three earned runs on four hits and six walks, while striking out four. Manny Corpas relieved him, pitching 1 1/3 innings and allowing one run on two hits. Julio DePaula and Jose Arredondo pitched the seventh and eighth innings, respectively, each recording scoreless appearances.

Offensively, Perez drove in two of York's three runs, while he and Tejeda each had two-hit nights, the only multi-hit performers for the team.

The Revs will return home for their final series of the regular season, a four-game set against the Long Island Ducks. First pitch for Thursday's affair is set for 6:30 p.m. at PeoplesBank Park.