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 potent once again, tallying eight runs on 11 hits, and also earning three walks. 1B Austin Deming (BYU) and SS Justin Johnson (Lafayette) both had impressive performances, registering multi-hit games and adding three RBIs each. Deming also notched his seventh home run of the season, a two-run bomb in the top of the third. RF Matt Day (Coppin St) was the third DC Gray with a multi-hit game.

The pitching for the Grays was solid, something Grays fans have been waiting for.  P Kyle Subers (Lafayette) earned the win with an impressive exhibition, dealing five innings allowing one run on three hits. P Jake Lewis (Eastern Kentucky) tossed the sixth and seventh innings, allowing one run on two hits. P Jarren Norman (Virginia St) closed out the game in the ninth, only allowing one base runner in his only frame of work.

The Grays sit in third in the Ripken League standings with just one game left in the regular season with a record of 17-20.  The Grays will make up a suspended game against the Aces tonight at 6:30 in Alexandria.