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Hank Greenberg and Bill Rogell Power Tigers to Victory Over Yankees

May 28, 1935 Tigers 8, Yankees 3 (18-16)

Hank Greenberg had a monster game. He hit his tenth and eleventh homers of the season as he went four for five, scored three times, and drove in four runs. Bill Rogell went two for three with a pair of two run homers to account for the rest of the Tigers offense. This power surge was even more sweet because it was against future Hall of Famer Lefty Gomez.

General Crowder was very effective in his nine innings of work. He gave up only four hits, but one of them was a two run shot by catcher Bill Dickey.

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