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Bridges Shelled in Tigers Loss

June 29, 1935 Browns 9, Tigers 3 (36-29)

Tommy Bridges wasn’t on top of his game as he lasted only five innings and gave up seven runs on ten hits. Even Billy Rogell had his problems as he was hit up for two runs in the eighth.

The Tigers racked up eleven hits and three walks, but they were only able to move three runners across the plate. Hank Greenberg had a big game by going three for five with an RBI and a run. Pete Fox and Mickey Cochrane both had two hits.

The Tigers had three straight and seven of their last ten. The loss put them five games back of the first place Yankees.

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