Southern Maryland Blue Crabs (29-28) @ York Revolution (31-26)
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Sovereign Bank Stadium: York, PA
REVS PINCHED BY CRABS IN HOMESTAND LID LIFTER
The York Revolution did not enjoy the return home they had envisioned, getting walloped by the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs 9-1 on Tuesday evening at Sovereign Bank Stadium. The Revs will look to bounce back as the series and six-game homestand continues on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Things got worse as ninth-place hitter Wladimir Sutil cranked a two-run double off the Arch Nemesis in left. Sean Smith was then hit by a pitch reloading the bases, and Renny Osuna ripped an RBI single to left to make it 4-0.
Liriano (2-2) did not record an out in the third inning after issuing a walk and a single, lasting just two-plus innings and allowing four runs on five hits and three walks to suffer the loss.
The Revs got on the board in the bottom of the third, rallying with two outs as James Shanks singled, Eric Patterson was hit by a pitch, and Wilson Batista singled up the middle, driving in York’s lone run of the night. Shanks scored his 200th career run with the Revs on the play, just the second in Revs history to reach that milestone (Scott Grimes, 298 runs).
Blue Crabs starter Logan Williamson (2-1) allowed just one run in six innings to earn the win.
The Revs turned a season-high four double plays in defeat.