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Bridges Pitches Tigers to Tenth Win in Last Thirteen

May 16, 1935 Tigers 7, Senators 2 (11-12)

Tommy Bridges pretty much shut down the Senators as they didn’t touch him for a run until the ninth inning. In all, he gave up only six hits while striking out nine.

Hank Greenberg remained red hot as he went two for four with a double, a triple, and an RBI. The Tigers benefited from six errors by the Senators, three of which came in the second inning when the Tigers put their first two runs up on the board.

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