York Revolution's 2019 season comes to end with playoff loss to Sugar Land on Saturday
- The York Revolution lost to the Sugar Land Skeeters on Saturday night, 5-4.
- The Atlantic League playoff defeat ended the Revs' 2019 season.
- Sugar Land won the best-of-5 Freedom Division title series, 3-1.
The York Revolution's 2019 season came to an end Saturday night.
The Revs dropped a 5-4 decision to the Sugar Land Skeeters in Game 4 of their Atlantic League Freedom Division Championship Series at PeoplesBank Park. The win gave first-half champion Sugar Land a 3-1 victory in the best-of-5 series against second-half champion York.
The Skeeters now advance to face the Long Island Ducks in the Atlantic League Championship Series.
York won the opening game of the series in Sugar Land, only to see the Skeeters take the final three games, including a 9-1 win Friday night at PeoplesBank Park.
Telvin Nash had another big performance in the Game 4 loss, belting two homers to go with two runs scored and three RBIs. Nash how has a Revs-record five home runs in postseason play with York. He joins Bryant Nelson (2011) as the second player in Revs history to go yard twice in a playoff game.
Zach Sullivan also homered for the Revs. York’s three homers as a team ties a club record for a playoff game, having previously been done twice in 2011 and once in 2017.
York falls to 21-20 all-time in postseason play, 12-8 at home.
Saturday's game was played in front of an announced crowd of 3,012 fans.
Reach Steve Heiser at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information for this story was provided by the York Revolution and the Atlantic League.