Whether you want to watch them on home turf or show up and support as they play around the US, York Revolution are one of the Atlantic League’s most exciting teams to watch. Although only founded in 1998, they draw inspiration from the city’s rich heritage of baseball and its former professional team, the York White Roses. Don’t miss the chance to see the Revs in action, buy your York Revolution tickets on StubHub today!
The rich heritage of the York Revolution baseball team
After the York White Roses ceased to exist in 1969, the city of York, Pennsylvania, had to wait a long time before it had a professional baseball team again. In 1998, that long wait came to an end and York Revolution baseball team was born. It was named after the rich colonial history of the city, and saw much success in the years following its founding. They are a member of the Freedom Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, alongside other teams such as Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, and when they won the championship in 2010, it was York's first professional baseball title since 1969. They repeated their success the following year, and in doing so, they became only the second team in the league’s history to win back-to-back championship titles. They've won the championship several times, including in 2017, when they beat the Long Island Ducks. Make sure you keep an eye on the StubHub listings to see all their upcoming fixtures. You can buy York Revolution tickets for home and away games or sell York Revolution tickets if you can’t make a game.
York Revolution and the War of the Roses
Whatever fixture you choose, you can always expect an exciting game when you get York Revolution tickets on StubHub. But there is perhaps none as exciting as the games against the Rev’s bitter rivals—Lancaster Barnstormers. The rivalry between the two cities goes back a long way, when the city’s previous teams—Lancaster Red Roses and York White Roses—would slog it out for the ultimate glory in what was known as the "War of the Roses". Nowadays, the fixture is no less important, with the winner taking home the Community Cup and, of course, ultimate bragging rights. If you choose to watch them in York, you get to enjoy the incredible atmosphere of the 5,200-seater home stadium PeoplesBank Park, which is famous for having the tallest left field wall in professional baseball, the ominously-named Arch Nemesis.
Back to Top
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.