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(August 12, 2022 – York, Pa.): The York Revolution bullpen was bitten by the walk in Friday’s series opener, dropping the series opener to the Kentucky Wild Health Genomes, 12-2 at PeoplesBank Park.
Revs starter Alex Sanabia was strong, starting the game with three scoreless frames, striking out seven of his first nine batters and seven of his first eight outs while allowing just one hit and one walk.
Genomes starter Ryan Kellogg matched Sanabia through three innings as York stranded four runners with the game remaining scoreless.
Wild Health got on the board in the fourth. With one out in the frame and a runner on second, Felix Pie lined a base hit into right field, and an initial strong throw from JC Encarnacion held runner Khris Davis at third. First baseman Telvin Nash tried to flip behind Pie at first, but the ball skipped away, allowing Davis to score the game’s first run on an error. Two batters later, a base hit from Gavin Johns scored Pie to make it 2-0.
York got a run back in the bottom of the fourth on an RBI single from Jack Kenley, plating Melky Mesa who had reached on a one-out double, the 92nd of his Revs career (third all-time). 
Another run scored for the Genomes on a sacrifice fly by Luke Becker in the fifth. Encarnacion’s throw had beaten runner Clayton Mehlbauer, but home plate umpire Bill Worthington ruled that he got under the tag of Lenin Rodriguez at the plate, making it 3-1 Genomes. 
The day for Sanabia ended after five innings as he allowed three runs while striking out eight, tying his Revs career-best, and walking just one.
Yoel Espinal relieved Sanabia in the sixth and did not record an out. Espinal walked the first three he faced and hit Johns with a pitch to force in a run. Carlos Ventura entered and his first pitch hit Chase Vallot, pushing home another run. Mehlbauer plated two more on a single, suddenly expanding the Genomes lead to 7-1. Ventura was able to retire the next three he faced to end the inning.
Courntey Mack pitched a scoreless seventh inning in his first relief appearance in York, and Roniel Raudes handled a scoreless eighth.
York got back on the board in the seventh when Encarnacion led off the inning with a double to left and scored on a fielder’s choice grounder from Nellie Rodriguez. The Revs, attempting to get back in the game, had two on with two out after a Carlos Franco walk, but Mesa went down swinging to end the frame.
The Genomes batted around again in the top of the ninth, plating five more runs on a ground out, two singles, and a bases loaded walk by reliever Nick Green.
Brett de Geus entered with a bases loaded jam but escaped without any further runs. He struck out Jimmy Paredes looking and got Pie to fly out to center field, with Troy Stokes Jr making a great diving play in the gap.
The Revs got two hits in the ninth against former teammate Josh Martin but came up scoreless, dropping the series opener 12-2.
York will look to even the series on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. as right hander Nick Travieso makes the start against right hander Dustin Beggs. The night features the Parrothead Party presented by PA Virtual Charter School and the Hawaiian Shirt Giveaway presented by WellSpan Health. Tickets are on sale at, (717) 801-HITS, and in-person at the Shipley Energy Ticket Office.

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