The York Revolution, an Atlantic League Independent team, play at Peoples Bank Ballpark in York, PA. The stadium was built in 2007 and seats 5,200. The Revolution was playing the Lancaster Barnstormers and were shut out 5-0. The box score was Barnstormers R-5, H-5, E-0 and Revolution R-0, H-7, E-0. The field lines are RF-325', CF-405', LF-300'. There is a Green Monster and manual scoreboard in left. Outside the main entrance is a statue of Brooks Robinson authographing a baseball for two thrilled children. The Lancaster starter Austin Bihens-Dirkx #31, who was drafted in the 16th round by the Mariners, pitched through 7 innings. All of the suites are on the 2nd level. The broadcast area is on the main level. You can walk around the outfield. Fans can stand behind the top of the RC fence. There is a great play area with a carousel in left center. The mascot is Downtown. Mid-inning activities consist of Hay Bale Toss-throw bale into a wagon, Bubble Ball Charge-who is standing after running into each other is the winner, Fruit Race-with children, and Musical Chairs-with adults. There are mixed seat widths in the rows seats. Take Me Out to the Ballgame was played on a harmonica by 93 year-old WWII Army veteran Voni. It took 2 hours to play 5 innings. You can buy a Taco Salad in a bag. You get a bag of chips and add the mixings to the bag. I always wondered how they restocked the condiment stands.