Josiah Gray

Josiah Gray

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/199 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: New Rochelle, New York
College: Le Moyne
Draft: 2018 200th round by the
  • Federal Baseball

    Washington Nationals news & notes: Josiah Gray and the Nats try to build on solid 2023 campaign...

    Going into Josiah Gray's 30th and final start of the 2023 campaign, Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Martinez talked about the growth he saw from the 25-year-old starter in his second full season and third overall run in the majors since he debuted in 2021.

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    Washington Nationals news & notes: Josiah Gray finishes strong in Nationals' 1-0 loss to Orioles...

    With six innings of work on the mound in Oriole Park at Camden Yards, in which he gave up just one run on five hits, walking two and striking out seven, Josiah Gray lowered his ERA to 3.91 on the year, down from his 5.02 ERA in 28 starts and 148 2⁄3 in his first full year pitching in the majors last season. Gray, 25, gave up a solo home run, by Gunnar Henderson, on his seventh pitch of the game, a 2-2 slider, low and in, the Baltimore Orioles' 22-year-old, 2019 2nd Round pick hit 400 ft. to right field for his 28th home run of 2023, and the 22nd home run off of Gray in 30 starts and 159 IP this season (for 1.25 HR/9 this year, down from 2.30 HR/9 in '22). Washington's starter held it there, however, working around a pair of two-out singles in the second, a two-out hit in the third, and a leadoff walk and single in the fifth, with Henderson striking out and Aldey Rutschman, the O's 25-year-old, 2019 1st Round pick, grounding into an inning-ending 5-6-3 DP to end the home-half of that inning.


    Lane Thomas' grand slam helps Nationals blast White Sox 13-3. Josiah Gray gets the win ::

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Lane Thomas hit a grand slam and the Washington Nationals routed the Chicago White Sox 13-3 on Wednesday. Joey Meneses and Dominic Smith also homered for Washington, which had a season high in runs and won back-to-back games for the first time since taking three in a row from Aug. 24-26. Washington won by at least 10 for the first time since a 14-4 victory over San Francisco on April 29, 2022. Gavin Sheets drove in two runs for Chicago, which has dropped nine of 12 and 14 of 19.