July 29, 1935 Indians 6, Tigers 5 (57-36)
The Tigers twelve game winning streak over the Indians ended as the Indians scored all six of their runs in the sixth inning. The Tigers had given General Crowder a 3-0 lead, but it went up in smoke after he was beaten down in that inning. The Tigers got runs in the seventh and eighth to cut the lead to a single run, but couldn’t manage to tie it despite having the bases loaded with one out in the ninth.
Marv Owen drove in two runs and Goose Goslin homered. Crowder walked away with the loss. The Yankees trailed the Tigers by 2 1/2 games, but they were tied in the loss column, so their lead was hardly comfortable.