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Hank Greenberg Powers Tigers to Fifth Straight Win

May 23, 1935 Tigers 5, Red Sox 3 (16-13)

Hank Greenberg hit a two run homer that pushed the Tigers ahead of the Red Sox. In all he went one for four with the homer and three RBIs. Marv Owen added two RBIs, while Charlie Gehringer and Pete Fox both had two hits.

Schoolboy Rowe pitched nine strong innings. He had a shutout through six before giving up two runs in the seventh and a run in the eighth. He improved to 3-3.

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