The York Revolution closed the curtain on the 2013 season on Sunday afternoon, dropping the finale 4-1 to the Sugar Land Skeeters in front of 6,441 fans at Constellation Field.

The Revs closed their seventh season with a 65-75 overall record and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2009.

York finished by winning five of its final seven games, including four of six in its series in Texas.

Sugar Land finished the regular season at 95-45, the best record in league history. The Skeeters will head into their first postseason as a franchise when they host Somerset in Game 1 of the Freedom Division Championship Series on Tuesday night.

The Revs got their only run of Sunday's game when Matt Spencer doubled down the right-field line and scored on a single to right-center by Michael Hernandez.

Revs starter Chris Cody (15-9) suffered the loss, charged with four runs in seven innings. He closes his third season in York with a Revs' record 15 wins, 139 strikeouts and 176 innings pitched. He finishes with the second-most wins by any pitcher in the Atlantic League this season, and becomes the first pitcher in Revs history to lead the league in strikeouts and innings. York went 18-10 in Cody's starts this season.


Notes: Beau Vaughan worked a perfect eighth inning in relief for the Revs, who finished the season with a club-record 3.42 bullpen ERA. ... Wilson Batista went 2-for-5 and finished the season batting a team-best .304, joining Keoni DeRenne (2009) as the only switch-hitters in club history to lead the team in batting, with Batista's average the highest ... Andres Perez went 1-for-4, finishing the year on a six-game hitting streak ... Hernandez and Ruddy Yan also had multi-hit efforts on Sunday.