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Grays Look for Wins in Season’s Final Stretch

  September 26, 2020 PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The dog days of this strange summer have not brought out the best in the local nine, as the team has won just two games out of the nine played since August 1. On that day, Providence traveled to Westfield to take on the Wheelmen of that town in one 1886 contest and came up short 18 to 5. On August 15, the Grays faced off with the Union BBC of Boston and swept the day with a 14 to 2 win in the 1865 match and a thrilling 15 to 14 victory in the 1864 game in ten innings. August 22 saw Providence lose substantially to the Union 31-7 in a rematch of the previous weekend’s action, also giving up the rain-shortened matinee 9-6 in six innings. On September 13, the Rhode Islanders met up with the Connecticut BBC of Hartford on neutral territory and fell in two 1864 games, 16 to 7 and 15 to 9. Most recently, Providence returned to the field against their chief 2020 rival Boston Union on September 19, losing the first game (1864) 11 to 10 in ten innings, th

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