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Grays Split Twin Bill with Boston to Open 40-Game Season

May 1, 2021 PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Providence Grays split their season-opening doubleheader with the rival Union BBC of Boston when the teams met on Humphrey Field in Weymouth, Massachusetts, on Saturday, April 24. The Rhode Islanders sizzled out of the gate, with a 32 to 7 win in game one (1865 rules), only to be thwarted by the skilled and powerful hitting of the Boston nine in the 1864 matinee (14 to 10).  The weekend inaugurated Providence’s 2021 slate of forty games , which puts the squad on the road to Connecticut, Cooperstown, Long Island, and Gettysburg, with many events closer to home as well. The highlight of the summer is the expanded Rocky Point Historic Base Ball Festival (August 14 & 15), hosted by the Grays in Warwick at the storied location of games and amusements from years past. Providence vs. Boston – Doubleheader (’65 & ’64) – April 24 The Grays struck first in the opening match and had some trouble igniting the fuse, going scoreless in their first tw

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