Jose Herrara hit two home runs and Matt DeSalvo pitched seven strong innings as the York Revolution took the first game of their three-game series with the Camden Riversharks by the final tally of 10-4. York is now just a game behind Lancaster for first place in the Freedom Division.
DeSalvo (4-3) gave up four runs in seven innings of work for the victory and held the ‘Sharks scoreless in his last five frames.
Camden took a 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st on back-to-back solo home runs by Danny Richar and Pedro Feliz. Richar and Feliz were the only two Riversharks hitters to have multi-hit games.
The Revolution answered right back in the bottom of the 1st against Josh Towers as Herrera tied the ballgame at 2-2 with his first home run of the game, a two-run shot.
Drew Macias put the Riversharks back on top at 4-2 in the 3rd inning with a two-run home run, his 5th of the season.
Jose Herrera gave the Revolution the lead right back in the bottom of the 3rd when he hit a three-run home run to give York a 5-4 advantage.
York blew it open in the 4th inning against Towers when Chris Walker and Ramon Castro hit back-to-back, two-run singles to extend the lead to 9-4.
Towers (3-3) allowed a season-high nine runs on eight hits in just 3.2 innings.