Grays support black colleges and inner-city baseball

July 31, 2019 | by: Cheyenne Brown; @cheytv_ WASHINGTON, DC – – The story of the decline of black ballplayers in Major League Baseball has been oft-told.  In, 1981, 18.7 percent of all major league ballplayers were African Americans. Over the last 30 years, those numbers have drastically declined.  Today, less than eight percent of […]

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Grays’ season ends with 10-9 home loss

July 27, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press A furious late rally wasn’t enough to save the day for the DC Grays.  The visiting Silver Spring Takoma Thunderbolts built a 10-4 lead after six innings, then withstood a five run eighth inning by the home team and held off the Grays for a 10-9 win. The […]

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Late error costs Grays in series opener

July 26, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press SILVER SPRING, MD – – The DC Grays entered uncharted territory when they traveled to Silver Spring on Friday to begin the semifinal round of the Ripken League playoffs against the T-Bolts.  DC had never made it this far in the Ripken League playoffs, and the two teams […]

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Grays notch first playoff win

July 25, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press GAITHERSBURG, MD – – History was made Thursday night in Gaithersburg – as the DC Grays won the first playoff game in franchise history.  The 6-5 win over the Giants advances the Grays to a best two of three Ripken League semifinal series against the Silver Spring Takoma […]

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Grays begin playoffs tonight

Tonight the DC Grays will begin the 2019 Ripken League playoffs. The team comes in ranked as the #4 seed and will face the #5 seed the Gaithersburg Giants. Finishing as the #4 seed grants the Grays a home game, but due to scheduling issues tonight’s game will be played at Criswell Field in Gaithersburg, […]

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A big win over the Big Train

July 23, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press BETHESDA, MD – – The DC Grays snapped a long losing skid with an 8-4 road win over the first place Bethesda Big Train Tuesday night. Bethesda entered the contest riding a 12 game win streak, and DC on a six game losing streak. The Grays offense was […]

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Late-season skid continues

July 22, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press LORTON, VA – – The DC Grays traveled to South County High School to face the FCA Braves on Monday night.  It was a long game that included a lightning delay and lots of offense. The Grays came out on the losing end, by a score of 11-9. […]

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Bullpen Implosion costs Grays

July 19, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press SILVER SPRING, MD – – In the scorching heat and humidity, the DC Grays looked to cool off the red hot took Silver Spring-Takoma Thunderbolts in Silver Spring on Friday.  However. After squandering a late lead the Grays lost their fifth straight game – this time by a […]

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Grays’ community efforts saluted in Congressional Record

July 17, 2019 | by: DCGrays.com Press WASHINGTON, DC – – The DC Grays held their annual day on Capitol Hill, with a tour of the Capitol arranged by the Office of Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA), followed by a reception at the General Dynamics townhouse on Capitol Hill.  The Grays were honored to be joined […]

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BYU and the DC Grays make a great partnership

July 16, 2019 | by: Cheyenne Brown; @cheytv_ WASHINGTON, DC – – A nucleus is defined in the dictionary as “the central part or the core of parts that that been grouped or gathered.” To DC Grays’ head coach Reggie Terry, his players from BYU form the nucleus of his squads every summer.  The Grays […]

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