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Rookie Joe Sullivan Continues to Roll

May 10, 1935 Tigers 8, Senators 4 (8-10)

Since starting 2-9, the Tigers had won six out of their last seven games. In three of those wins, rookie Joe Sullivan brought home the win as he tried to single handedly get the Tigers back in contention for the pennant. Sullivan gave up four runs on seven hits, but two of those runs were given up in the ninth when the game was out of reach.

Hank Greenberg had the big blast of the day as he hit a three run homer. Sullivan helped out his own cause with two hits and two RBIs, and Gee Walker scored twice.

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