Frank Gailey pitches York Revolution to 4-1 triumph over Bridgeport
- The York Revolution earned a 4-1 Atlantic League victory over the Bridgeport Bluefish on Thursday night.
- Frank Gailey pitched six shutout innings to get the win and improve to 8-7 on the season.
- Alonzo Harris had two hits for York, including his 11th homer, and drove in two runs for York.
Frank Gailey was in complete command.
Gailey pitched six innings of four-hit shutout baseball on Thursday evening, July 27, to lead the York Revolution to a 4-1 Atlantic League triumph over the Bridgeport Bluefish.
The game was played before an announced crowd of 2,339 at PeoplesBank Park in York.
Chase Huchingson, Ricardo Gomez and Brad Allen each pitched an inning to finish up the win. None of them allowed an earned run. Allen got his 13th save. Bridgeport managed just six hits against York's pitching.
Gailey, meanwhile, moved over the .500 mark on the season at 8-7.
Alonzo Harris (two hits, two RBIs, run), Isaias Tejeda (two hits, run), Michael Burgess (two hits, RBI) and Jared Mitchell (two hits, run) led York's 11-hit attack. Harris belted his 11th homer.
York improved to 11-9 and is two games behind Atlantic League Freedom Division leader Lancaster (13-7) in the second-half standings.
York travels to New Britain for a three-game series starting on Friday before returning home on Monday for a three-game series against Long Island.