Last Updated: August 27, 2015
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Registration is now open for the 2016 season for softball and baseball tryouts.  Please click on the registration link in the upper right corner.

Please use this link for details on the Lady Rev's tryouts and see the latest details about the Lady Rev's on

YYR and the Lady Revs is looking for Head Coaches for various age groups. If you "Got Game" and want to share your knowledge and mentor young people, this is a great opportunity.  Please send your inquiry to

Scheduled baseball tryouts for 10U, 11U, 15U and 16U have been completed. If you are just now registering for these age groups please complete your registration so we can notify you about a private tryout.


9U and 13U is still looking for a few players.  If you are interested please register and we will schedule a private tryout.

12U is still looking for a Head Coach. We do have interest for Assistant Coach positions to help out.


Registration fees for the 2016 season are $650 for baseball (includes $100 of raffle tickets that can be sold to offset the fee) and $550 for softball.  Please check the FAQ section of our website for additional details.















Four former York Young Revolution baseball players get D-1 commitments!

Matt Brooks - UNC Charlotte

Kody Reeser - Towson

Tye Golden - Old Dominion

Wyatt Tyson - Campbell


Thank you York Revolution, for partnering with us to help bring a higher caliber of baseball and softball to York County!

York Young Revolution Partners with Baseball and Softball Factory

Baseball Factory and Softball Factory, subdivisions of Factory Athletics, have entered into a partnership with the York Young Revolution for the 2015 season. This partnership was developed to help in the recruitment of the Young Revolution players. In addition, the Factory will outfit Young Revolution players in Under Armour uniforms and spikes. The Young Revolution is a not-for-profit baseball and softball organization within central Pennsylvania. For the past 20 years, the Baseball Factory and Softball Factory have worked with more than 100,000 players ages 6-18 and produced more than 75,000 college athletes, with more than $1 billion in college scholarships.