York—The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball has announced its Postseason All-Star Teams, and the defending, back-to-back league champion York Revolution is well represented. The Revolution has placed four players on the first team, and one on the second team. Manager Andy Etchebarren was also named Atlantic League Manager of the Year. The first team second baseman is Ramon Castro, who was again an invaluable addition to York in June after beginning the season in the Mexican League. Castro, who helped lead the Revolution to their first championship as the league's 2010 Postseason MVP followed that effort with a .323 average in 80 games, swatting 14 home runs with 62 RBI. The Valencia, Venezuela native was also named to the first team a season ago as well in a York uniform. The first team third baseman is Vince Harrison, who garnered 2011 Postseason MVP honors after hitting .529 in nine playoff games, with five doubles and a triple, five RBI and three runs scored, leading the Revolution to the title. While his pace wasn't quite that torrid in the regular season, Harrison enjoyed a career year with a .323 average to go with 10 home runs and 61 RBI in 115 games. His quick reflexes and defense at third reminded fans of another former third baseman who played in York: Brooks Robinson. In addition to Castro, James Shanks has also repeated all-league honors in a Revolution uniform. The outfielder was named to the first team in 2010 and this year, after batting .314 with 12 homers and 61 batted in 101 games. The race for Player of The Year was as hotly contested as the pennant race throughout the season between first basemen Tommy Everidge of Lancaster, and Chris Nowak of York, with Everidge taking the deserved honors with .319/28/94. However, Nowak blasted 25 home runs with 66 RBI, batting .330 in just 84 games, after joining the Revs in mid-June. That effort earned Nowak first-team honors alongside Everidge. If Nowak had been with the Revolution for the entire '11 season and maintained his pace, his projected final numbers would have been 38 homers, and 99 RBI. As it stands, Nowak's 25 home runs are a single-season franchise record, surpassing Jason Aspito's 24-homer 2008 season. The right-handed starting pitcher on the second team is Corey Thurman, the Revolution icon who just wrapped up his fourth season with the club. Getting better with age, Thurman went 13-3 in 2011, with a 3.33 ERA in 25 regular season starts. He also started games 1 and 5 of the classic Freedom Division Championship series against Lancaster, pitching near-perfect to help York to a win in the opener and clincher. Surprisingly, this is the first all-league recognition for Thurman in the ALPB, despite being the Revs all-time wins leader by 18, with 38 career winning decisions against just 25 losses. Revolution manager Andy Etchebarren was also named Atlantic League Manager of The Year, after guiding his club to its second consecutive championship. Etchebarren, who has spent 50 years in the professional game at the major and minor league level as a player, instructor, coach and manager will return to York in 2012 for at least one more season on the Revolution bench. The York Revolution would like to extend congratulations to Everidge, as well as the other 2011 postseason all-star selections and award winners from around the Atlantic League. Those honored include Pitcher of the Year Mike Loree (Long Island Ducks) and General Manager of the Year Keith Lupton (Southern Maryland Blue Crabs). The 2011 Ballpark of The Year was Long Island's Bethpage Ballpark in Central Islip, NY.