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Providence Sweeps Union, Faces Westfield Today

August 1, 2020 PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Tucked away in a discrete corner of Weymouth, Massachusetts, the Providence Grays squared off with the Union BBC of Boston on Saturday, July 25, in a pair of 1864 matches. The Grays walked away with a sweep on the day, taking the first game 14 to 5 and the second 10 to 8, to improve their record to 4–2 on the season. Providence travels to Westfield, Massachusetts, today to continue the season with one 1886 bout against the Wheelmen club of that town. The battle out west between these two overhand pitching  powerhouses promises much excitement, following a 16 to 14 win eked out by the Grays when last the clubs met in Hartford at the end of the 2019 season. Providence vs. Boston Union, July 25, 1864Game OneLast Saturday’s twin bill served as opening day for the Union club in this odd season. Boston led off the top of the first with that first-game energy, scoring twice off Grays’ pitcher Bones Henson in one at-bat, a homerun across the short porch in righ…

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