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General Crowder Pitches Tigers to Sixth Straight Win

August 8, 1935 Tigers 5, White Sox 2 (63-37)

General Crowder was very solid in his start agains the White Sox. He gave up a run in the first, but then held the Sox scoreless until the top of the ninth. He gave up ten hits and three walks but he benefited from four double plays.

Hank Greenberg had two hits and he scored twice. Goose Goslin drove in two runs.

The win extended the Tigers lead over the Yankees to a season high five games. While they couldn’t let up, they finally had some breathing room as they continued their quest for a second straight pennant.

go tigers

Posted by anonymous on August 9th, 2005 at 12:09 am

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