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33 in ‘19: Grays Take Last Two From Brooklyn to Cap Record-Setting Season

Jon Henson
October 31, 2019

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Providence Grays concluded the 2019 campaign on the Town Common in Salem, Mass., on Saturday, October 19th, with two victories in an 1864 doubleheader with the Atlantic Base Ball Club of Brooklyn. The games completed a 13-game win streak to close out the season, securing the final record at 33 wins against 11 losses, the most wins in a season for the club since its inception in 1998.

Providence vs. Brookyln, Town Common, Salem, Mass, October 19th The Grays struck first in game one in Salem, tallying two aces off singles from left fielder Jamie Maynard, short stop Mike “Banquet” Swanson, and second baseman Jerry McCormack. The Atlantic answered back in the bottom of the first, scoring two runs of their own off captain Brian Travers’ pitching. Providence added two more in the second with a leadoff double from third baseman Chris Welch, who scored on catcher Johnny Carlevale’s single. Carlevale touched the dish on a Travers’ single to gi…

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