May 25, 1984 Mariners 7, Tigers 3 (35-6)
It all had to end eventually. But to be sitting near the end of May, and to only have six losses, is quite an accompishment. The major league consecutive road victory streak record remained intact, with an added name, but it wouldn’t be broken.
Milt Wilcox never got on track in this one. He gave up three quick runs in the first two innings, and then gave up three more in the fifth inning. He walked with his first loss of the season. The pen pitched well, but the Tigers couldn’t put the runs on the board to come back.
The only real hitting highlight was Alan Trammell hitting his sixth homerun. Darrell Evans also put up a two hit game.