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Red Sox Take Two, Tigers Swept in Doubleheader

June 11, 1935 Red Sox 3, Tigers 1 (24-21)

Once again, a solid start by left handed rookie Joe Sullivan went to waste as he was outpitched by Lefty Grove. Sullivan gave up only six hits, but he walked five and gave up three runs. He would have needed a shutout to best Grove.

Backup catcher Ray Hayworth drove in the lone run of the game, and he was also the only Tiger with two hits.

June 11, 1935 Red Sox 5, Tigers 2 (24-22)

For the second straight game, the Tigers only managed five hits as the box score showed a bunch of zeroes. Charlie Gehringer and Hub Walker drove in the two Tiger runs, and Walker’s double was the only extra base hit.

General Crowder took the loss. He gave up four runs in six innings of work.

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