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Grays Ready for Final Stretch After Strong Summer Showing

  PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Late summer found the Providence Grays in top form, as the squad built an 8–3 record over the eleven games spanning the Doc Adams Festival (July 31 and Aug. 1) to Base Ball on the Beach in Hull, MA, (Aug. 21). That tally includes five games played at the club’s own Rocky Point Historic Base Ball Festival in Warwick, RI (Aug. 14 and 15), where the Grays went 3-2 on the weekend. After a long idle stretch, Providence returns to the field this Saturday, September 18, to face off with the Tunnelmen BBC of Lisbon in a ‘64/’65 twin-bill at the Fireman’s Recreation Area in East Hampton, CT. Providence rode momentum to a 5-2 record across its two most recent outings, winning three of five matches at Rocky Point and sweeping Westfield in a doubleheader on the beach at Hull. The Grays fell to the fine Atlantic BBC of Brooklyn , 12-4 (1884), and earned a grind-it-out, extra-inning triumph over the Rising Sun BBC of Maryland , 17-16 (1865), on day one in Warwick. Aidan Pirru

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