May 24, 1935 Red Sox 8. Tigers 4 (16-14)
General Crowder started off throwing well, but the wheels came off the wagon in the fifth inning when the Red Sox touched him for three runs including a two run homer by Moe Berg. He’d have problems the next two innings as well, give up a pair in each of the sixth and seventh innings.
Hank Greenberg continued to hit well. He went two for five with two RBIs. Three other Tigers had two hits, but despite the eleven hits, the Tigers could only get four runs across.